Friday, April 18, 2014
Are the Immortals... mortal?
It would appear so, for they have fled the battlefield twice recently.
October 13, 2013
Barrycades: Return to Sender
April 12, 2014
The standoffs have not drawn Praetorian Guard blood... yet.
Who is scared of who these days?
Perhaps the God-King CAN bleed
Friday, March 21, 2014
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Upload your file, copy the link, distribute as necessary.
Sometimes you gotta be quick.
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Thursday, January 23, 2014
Very disappointed. Received my Council Tool's Boy's Axe in the mail the other day, just in time to chop up some firewood for "Polar Vortex 2.0" (yes, even reaches us in Houston). Unfortunately, the tool lasted only halfway through my first cut.
It's a odd feeling swinging an axe which suddenly feels WAY too light. It's also very odd wondering if that hunk of steel is going to land on your head or not. Luckily, the head fell harmlessly at my feet.
My other impressions of the tool: probably good for limbing (didn't get the chance to try), but at 2.25# and 28", smaller than ideal for chopping through large logs. Mine came with poor grain alignment on the handle as well.
This axe has made it's way into the ever growing pile of crap I bought that broke upon first use that needs to be sent/taken back/repaired. I swear, it's hard to find anything that will last through it's first use these days.
If there is any bright light in the world of crappy craftsmanship, it would be Mr. Miller's III Arms Company. Now THAT is some fine craftsmanship :)
Monday, January 20, 2014
Lots of new offerings over at Jebadiah Fisher Garden Seed. Make sure you check them out. Catch up on their Blog too.
With an empty belly, you become a liability to your family and your tribe.
Thursday, January 16, 2014
Fencing can get expensive on large properties. Here's the old way to do it.
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Serotiny: When seed release occurs in response to an environmental trigger, rather than spontaneously at seed maturation
Pyriscence: Seed release triggered by fire
Necriscence: Seed release triggered by the death of the parent plant or branch
...War is the only way freedom's seed is sown
Be patient, wait for the trigger.