(2) Nelson WM50210 360 Degree 90 Foot Pulsating Sprinkler
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I've been landscaping going on 23 years now. Started as a shovel
grunt, digging holes and spreading manure. Worked my way up to mower
jockey, then pruner, and finally the 'scaper's highest aspiration:
waterer. I was the best hose man in the Upper Midwest. The work was
easy, I had winters off, and nobody minded if I showed up under the
influence. As long as the grounds got watered, I lived like a rock star.
then, this year, the tap ran dry. I was all psyched up for the start of
another landscaping season, waiting for the call. The weather got
nicer. The phone stayed quiet. Finally I rang up my boss Todd, and he
says none of our clients are asking for watering this year. Todd says
with the economy all tore up how it is about now, they're all using the
Nelson 360 Degree Pulsating Sprinkler.
They like how you can
string a bunch of 'em together off of one faucet. They like the
adjustable sprayer head, the 90-foot spray diameter, the weighted base
and stabilizing spikes. Most of all, Todd says they like being able to
buy a bunch of them and use them all summer, for what they'd pay me for
one day's watering.
But Todd says he needs a manure guy. So
I'm back out here with a shovel, spreading the BS and HS and
who-knows-what S, just like I did when I was 19. Here's the thing,
though: these medium-duty sprinklers might be durable, but not durable
enough to withstand a well-placed smack with a shovelhead. I figure a
few "accidents" like that every week and I'll be back on the hose by
the 4th of July. Nice try, Nelson 360 Degree Pulsating Sprinkler. But
you don't survive 23 years in this business without learning a trick or
Warranty: 1 Year Nelson
Large Rezimar head sprays water in a circular pattern up to 90 feet in diameter
Ergonomic adjustment grips on the sprayer head control the distance and spray pattern
1 pound weighted Rezimar oval base with 2 metal spike stabilizers
Metal ergonomic swivel coupling
Full or partial circle adjustment
Series connection allows multiple sprinklers in a row
Metal ergo swivel coupling for easy hose connection
in a sorry state $10.00 + $0 shipping -or- $5 expedited shipping
(1) Heather Gray Woot Tee
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As you all are probably aware, I recently played a card which sent
one of my opponent's pieces back to the red Start. I wish to emphasize
that I took no joy in playing this card. It was never my intention to
hurt, demoralize or humiliate the red team, with whom I have always
been very close. I hope that this episode will not irreparably damage
I myself have been on the receiving end
of just such a card. It can be a painful, frustrating and confusing
experience. I deeply regret that the red team, with whom I am just like
brothers, must now go through it. My sympathies are with them in this
very difficult time. If it is any consolation, I'm probably going to
win on my next turn, so all this will be over soon.
deeply sorry for any hardship my actions may have caused, and will be
providing a bouquet of flowers to the aggrieved party. This bouquet is
intended as a gesture of compassion only, and in no way signifies an
admission of wrongdoing on my part.
Wear this shirt: on your sorry-lookin' torso.
Don't wear this shirt: if you don't really mean it.
This shirt tells the world: "Well, excuuuuuse me."
We call this color: Heather Grayers, 2-4 Players.
Design Placement: Centered
3X - S: 12" x 8.54" WXL - K4: 9" x 6.4"
You know us and what we do: track down ridiculous deals on great
wines. Well, that's what Trent Moffett of C&T Cellars does, only a
little further upstream. As a <a href="http://wine.woot.com/Blog/ViewEntry.aspx?Id=8295">n�gociant winemaker</a>,
he's kind of a one-man Wine.Woot. He strikes deals with winemakers and
wineries to purchase their grapes and wines at steep price breaks.
Trent's a native Napa-ite, so he knows people. He works the grapes or
wines over as needed and bottles the results under his C&T Cellars
label. The result is high-grade fruit from high-demand appellations
turned into high-quality wines... at low, low prices. It's either
extremely savvy business or some kind of paranormal phenomenon.
f'rinstance, this C&T Cellars 2006 Backyard Chard. You will be
forgiven for assuming the price above is a typo, or that we're selling
three glasses instead of three bottles. It's nigh-unto unheard-of for a
Russian River Chardonnay to sell for this river-bottom price. We are
talking about an appellation that's widely celebrated for producing
perfect Chardonnay, with a fine balance between acidity and fruit. And
we're talking about a stellar example of said Chardonnay, opening with
apricot, peach, melon, and toasted oak aromas before a palate of
citrus, melon, and oak, followed by a lingering, vibrant tropical
finish. And Trent put it all together.
Then we, in turn,
drove our usual hard bargain with Trent. That's how we created this
hybrid double-deal, with discounts coming and going. C&T does their
thing before the bottle, we do ours after, and you do yours to finish
the job. Of course, now that you know all this, there's no reason your
guests have to...
C & T Cellars Chardonnay
<p>VINEYARD: The Russian River Appellation</p>
HARVEST DATE: September 28th
BLEND: 100% Chardonnay, 96% Russian River, 4% Napa Valley
PRODUCTION: 728 cases
Barrel aged in neutral oak for 12 month, then put back into stainless