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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by Let'sgoflying!, Feb 9, 2007.
shouldn’t that be eggspensive?
Paid $5.60 for a dozen two nights ago. Dang!
Time to get a few chickens....
The most expensive eggs I have ever eaten have come from suburban neighbors who got a few chickens.
Feed, hen houses, chicken tractors, fencing, supplies, heat lamps, vermin control, vet bills ...
The good thing is they weren't passing on those costs.
“We pass the savings on to you!”
Chicken coops with wheels so you can push them around.
You do know they have their own limo company now ...
The Definitive Guide to Chicken Tractors:
Note I said "suburban" chicken owners. Chuckling at a neighbor complaining about her chickens' bad cases of Pasty Butt.
Our neighbors just turn a few loose in the yard, toss out some feed once in a while. Seems to work for them.
not many predators around your neighborhood, eh?
You know. The cost of a hatchet and a little salt, pepper, and flour.
Oh, we have coyotes, but for the most part large dogs keep them away from homes.
Of course, every so often a neighbor's chicken wanders into our yard and our Doberman loves it to death.
Aviation oil filters
Don't forget plywood. I tried to buy some within the past few years.
Primers, but they’ve been unobtainium for quite a while now.
They're obtainable here, but only at one gun store, and they charge $20+ per 100. If it's urgent, I'm glad I have the option, but that's expensive.
Ouch! That’s even worse gouging than I’ve seen locally
For the non-primer-buyers, these were usually $3.50-$4.00/hundred before the 2020 election.
Elections have consequences.
I remember primers, ammo, and powder being hard or impossible to find, and really expensive when you did, in 2016, too. This isn’t new.
ETA, joke thread:
In the IT field, every ten minute fix is one software update from being a week long ordeal.
Yep, same party in 2016 as now. Go figure.
Whatever helps you sleep at night, bud. Ammo shortages have been going on for a while, and anyone that’s interested knows it. People can blame any party they want, but hoarders are the cause of the shortage. Fear sells, and rage sells even better.
man, I simply can't make a reply to this... ROC and such...
That guy says the 3/8 socket, but in my nut driver set, the 1/4 inch one is the one that got so worn that it had to be replaced!
Nope. Before metrics, it was the 7/16"
I never lost a socket until I had to start keeping track of metrics too. Metric sockets are a conspiracy I tell you. They are a conspiracy designed to sell more tools, and to keep selling more of the same tools, over and over.
Kinda like this?
I used to work with a cat lady...
A stray started hanging around her house, so she took it in, got it fixed, etc. After a week or two, someone came by knocking on her door looking for their lost cat...
I hope she reimbursed your co-worker for the cost of the surgery.
From the other side, maybe she sued for damages to property.