Shut up Meg
That Renegade sure was quick, didn't even see it
Oh yeah absolutely, I still do it sometimes lol but my point is that they're emphasizing how this will guarantee a "mortgage free" future for him. He's a bright kid and did a damn good job, I'm just saying that if cost effectiveness was the main goal, a camper trailer would have been a better plan
Weird how that Foreman ES has a foot shifter lol
I used to have a braindead roommate who would ALWAYS park right in the middle of my driveway no matter how many times I yelled at him... So I used your method once and drug his POS out into the field across the road with my truck and he never did it again lol
That would be the coolest traffic collision of all time
Overreact much? Jesus take a Zanex or something; we all hit shit, it's the risk we take ditch banging! I caught a fence post 1/2 mile from home on the very last ride of last season and tore both A-Arms off the right side of my XP, but all ya can say is fuuuuuck and go on with your day lol
Why don't you shut the hell up? No need to comment 5 times on the same video in a half hour... Nobody cares about your tree hugging antics; you obviously don't understand what life is like out in the country.
Awww sounds like you're a sore loser.... I do this this all day every day, so yes; one could consider me an expert. I've installed multiple geothermal systems and my point is that unless you plan to stay at this place for 25+ years, geothermal will NOT be more efficient than any other heat source. Trust me wise-ass, do your research before you pull the trigger on a $25,000 Geo system. But I do appreciate you calling the guy who's trying to save you money an idiot though, very considerate.
I'm also in the boiler industry, and I do see a lot of folks doing this same type of underground. The reason fiberglass is bad is because fiberglass retains ground water, which in turn robs a whole bunch of your heat to warm the surrounding ground water. It's much better to have a 100% waterproof underground because in reality that's where 95% of all heat loss ends up: in the ground. So if firing up very often isn't an issue, this is good but in the long run buying good line always prevails
I sell and install Cozeburn boilers, and I've had a 99% positive feedback from everybody. I actually have a 250 at my own house and heat 4900 sq feet plus my hot water and with decent dry wood I can get 14 hours out of a burn at -40*F. It's 180 feet from my house, if you actually spend a few bucks and buy good underground line you wouldn't lose all your heat in the ground. Something is obviously wrong with your system or somebody didn't size it correctly before install. Sorry you hate it
No need to watch more than 10 seconds
Same reason you tried to correct AuXDubz with your hipster slang. 73 likes for him to 0 likes for you.... Looks like a fail sweetie
At least somebody likes theirs... I bought a Rockstar like this new 4 years ago and it was seriously back in the shop 11 times in 6 months, at which point it had a whopping 85 miles on it.. It always ran good but besides that was a total piece of garbage. Kept it for 3 years and sold it with 270 miles, only took it in the mud 1 time.. Too scared to drive it because I had to tow it home every time I left the yard lol
Watch "Wild Boy". It's pretty easy to dislike him after that, but this song has changed my outlook quite a bit...
I know it was a year ago, but to Adam Brydon:
SHUT UP! You are obviously 13 and do not have a Ranger
Cuzzannn are you working 90 hours a week or what? Our 5th year scale in MN (Local 539) is like $35. a 40 hour paycheck at 5th year scale for me was $879... But I did just put in a bunch of time at a power plant and was taking home $4500 a week, so it's definitely possible
Thata boy! My dad and I own a Super together and with 2 people who know what they're doing you can really kick a tree's ass, especially if it's cold out :)