A few weeks back there was a post here about how "you" experience life. Well, I said I build things sometimes. Anyways, I just finished my coop. First time chicken owner, in about 3 more weeks, my glorious flock will move from the basement into this. Looking forward to the eggs! With anything else, I'm sure I'll have to "improve" some things after the first few weeks to work out the kinks. Just wanted to share as the last screw went in yesterday. Thanks to all at the DP for the inspiration!
Good deed of the day: Save money on Printer Ink, I really haven't bought a ink cartridge in years for my business. Do THIS!Submitted by mikecz on Wed, 10/08/2014 - 12:28
Ok, so hopefully this helps someone as much as it has myself. I bought a Brother MFC-240C printer (http://www.brother-usa.com/MFC/ModelDetail/4/MFC240C/Overvie...). So truth be told, the scanner is slow, the print quality is sub par, really, lets admit it, it is an incredibly cheap printer. But, I only print black and white, and do it all of the time. So here is the tip.
after neighbor uses her wireless internet to trash-talk and post threats towards the local police.
An elderly woman's home was raided by police after she was suspected of making anonymous online threats against the Evansville police department and Chief Billy Bolin.
The 68-year-old woman, Louise Milan was in the house with her 18 year old adopted daughter when police shattered a glass door and burst in after throwing flash grenades inside.
My bad. This was posted elsewhere on DP.
The past several years have been filled with scandal after scandal...
Fast and Furious
The new Black Panthers
James Rosen Investigation
Spying on AP Reporters
But the biggest scandal of all is what all of these have in common.
1) They all have overwhelming evidence of wrongdoing
2) In all cases, no one has gone to jail or been punished.
Sure, congress has put on a good show by dragging the people involved into the chamber to scold them and make threats, but in the end they all turned out the same. No one was punished.
Several of the basic questions posed by minarchists about anarchy are addressed in the first 30 minutes.