bowen wrote: »
Yeah largest downside to septic is dropping down to shitty basic 2 ply and not that quilted 3+ ply stuff.
Pinfeldorf wrote: »
I prefer wiping my ass with something soft, keep your paper bag toilet paper where it belongs: in the fucking toilet.
Oh, er, hmm.
Ketar wrote: »
Thanks for all of the tips and info. It turns out that one of those homes in an unincorporated area is actually on Lake Michigan water and sewer instead of septic. And after my wife saw it today, it became one of her two favorites. Hurray!
I think we're done with looking at houses. We both have the same top 3 out of everything we looked at, which is shocking to me given our differing tastes and priorities. We might do another visit to each of the three all in one trip so we can compare them more reliably, but it's mostly down to debating the pluses and minuses to each and figuring out how to decide between them.
Kadith wrote: »
i'm having a hard time understanding what's going on, on the left side of the old picture, and now right side of the new picture.
IronKnuckle's Ghost wrote: »
Discoloration like what you describe is usually fungal in nature. Apple trees are susceptible to cedar-apple rust, and some other rusts. Should be able to get a fungicide contact spray for apple trees pretty much anywhere. If you can't find one specifically formulated for apple trees, a broad-spectrum is probably fine too. It's been a particularly wet spring, so fungal stuff is going to be pretty hardcore this year.
Elvenshae wrote: »
No, more like ...
WTF is this shit you got going on here???
Cardboard Tube wrote:
That's unbelievably cool. Your new name is cool guy. Let's have sex.
bowen wrote: »
you reminded me I gotta go deal with the last corner of my lawn that's covered in rotting leaves and sticks from who knows how long ago the previous owner left me
home ownership is dumb why did I do this
Janson wrote: »
Uuugh our house got up to 79 degrees Fahrenheit today, and that was keeping the curtains drawn (although admittedly we don’t have super heavy curtains).
Summer is going to be torture.
NightDragon wrote: »
Oh maaaaaaan my landlord just installed a new gas stove to replace the gross and super old one.... and the new one is REALLY NICE. It even has a griddle in the middle! AHHH