Friday, June 12, 2020

Some people's 'bots

Some douchebag somewhere on the planet has designed a 'bot which is plonking stupid "scratch here to find your hidden name" comments on my blog posts.

Really? I get like 50 views on a good post. How is this even a thing?

Yet it obviously is.

Oh well.

I can't help but wonder if the poor soul will ever feel sunlight and breeze and experience nature's reality. Probably not. Poor bastard.



Nothing like spending time on permahold trying to get copies of medical records from people who just can't quite pull it off. My favorite part is that the medical records section of this particular hospital have decided that they are now part of the federal government and are offering DMV service. SMH.


While I'm on hold...

What a beautiful morning...

And another boring lecture...

Man, I need to get out and work on fence. This sitting on hold is bullshit.

Be well and embrace the blessings of liberty.


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    1. You're welcome Skip. It's my take on climate, my theory if you will, but the record and data strongly support the hypothesis that the planet and her realm notice us not at all. She'll do what she'll do and we'll either adapt to the conditions she gives us or not.

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting Skip!

  2. Beautiful pair. Calf seems to be holding one ear like he's got something in it. (sorry, I can't help myself it seems).
    Someone put in a lot of effort putting those hedge rows in. Is that weed cloth/black plastic on the ground in the old hedge rows?
    Spraying beats the heck out of chopping thistle as a kid. I put food coloring in the sprayer tank so I could see what I had sprayed.
    Good explanation of climate.
    LOL, on hold here for the Ag department...

    1. His ear tag placement is pretty awkward, right on the cartilage knuckle instead of the smooth spot. Easy to do if you're in a hurry.

      Those trees and shrubs were all planted into fabric ground cover beds. It's worked quite well by helping to catch moisture and keep weeds down. My Dad did a heck of a lot of good stuff for the ecosystem. I get to touch his works every day.
      Canada thistle is so vigorous and invasive that spraying is really the only workable solution. Fortunately I can hand spray and minimize collateral damage. Sometimes there's just no perfect solution so you do the best you can.

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting Brig!

  3. Time spent on hold, a little slice of Purgatory.

    1. Yeah, it bites. On the upside, I got my long-lost records in the mail this (Saturday) morning!

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting Sarge!