There’s just something about a perfect backyard fire while working on Busch Light with Florida State-Louisville on Yard TV
Let’s start this morning by saying how much I appreciated the 75-degree heat, no wind, mid-September Friday night with a raging fire burning a limb of huge trees I cut while Florida and Louisville made what looked like 10 flips.
My favorite part of a night like this is when I throw a huge stump from the limb of a fallen tree and Mrs. Screencaps strains over the height of the fire. There’s just something about crossing the line on a Friday night in the suburbs.
Relax, this is the perfect fire.
Are you sure?
In fact, he needs another huge record.
I know those with property will email me raging the hell I built on the margins of 20 acres, but that kind of fire is nothing compared to suburban fires where wives share the worry that they’ll jump out of the ring of fire and start burning pine trees in the neighbors and cause Forest fire in one of the subsections.
Let’s feel suburban dads for a minute. Let us be proud of the raging inferno that culminates over the detached railroad fence.
It’s football day at Kinsey’s house. This is going to be the first time we’ve had a double head soccer on a Saturday morning, and it leaves me wondering how some of you are doing with multiple kids in travel sports. We have two games: one hour each.
This is it.
9 to 10.
bubble. he did. Go to lunch. Get the day rolling. college football. Patio beer. Swimming pool. raging fires of hell.
I think it was John F in Northwest Ohio who sent me a picture of his wife’s calendar where she organized the football schedule for their kids and poor John was packed Saturdays and Sundays all fall.
Good luck to all the parents trying to watch college football and the NFL with an eye on football matches.
The scary spinner of broadcast TV
• Steve C wrote in Midlothian, Virginia:
We sometimes see a spinning wheel popup when using TV apps… Amazon, Netflix, etc. It’s frustrating when you pay good money for these “services”. I paid for the TV itself. I paid for online delivery. Paid for the application. I paid for the electricity to make everything work.
To combat the spinning wheel when it pops up, we’ve found that going through a very painful process of clearing cache in all apps seems to help. Not just the particular app you are using, but clear caches in all apps. This is the painful part.
Hope this may help.
garage fridge art
• Have I ever told you that this is the most important community on the Internet? Now, I know there are all kinds of YouTube videos that will help you achieve your goals, but the beauty of this community is that we provide solutions to problems you didn’t know you needed to solve in your own life.
This thing on the fridge barrel shelf hits home for me. I have this problem, but I didn’t really plan on solving it until Errxn came along and showed me the way.
Swipe the word, America’s Best Daily Column, *as readers have called it, is in the area right now. Tells. your comrades. Get this column in your daily texting threads.
• Todd Z. Definitely shop at Costco. The key to this refrigerator is sparkling water. Stop and think about how versatile sparkling water is in the world of garage drinks:
Rob DeG’s wife has a great idea for the garage door when he comes out:
My wife told me that when Old Frigidaire finally starts, this We will have to remove the doors and hang them as artwork in the garage. Hell yeah! What a great idea, and that’s exactly what I’m going to do when that time comes (hopefully not soon, I love that fridge). Then I’ll start fresh with a new garage refrigerator, and there will likely be another “rescue” from the garage sale!
Great soccer weekend on our way, Go UW Huskies and WSU Cougars on Saturday, Go Seahawks on Sunday (born and raised in Seattle, Texas love me but my heart is in PNW soccer).
Thanks as always for the great work, we look forward to it every day with our morning coffee.
• Reed in Minnetonka, MN sees your garage fridge setup and raises you a tiki bar in the office:
New to Outkick/Screencaps in the last month. Really enjoy being honest with all things…it has become a part of my day.
Delayed a few days in the counter “garage refrigerator” …
I have the required garage fridge in the house and a kegerator in the final basement. covered on that front.
However, at WORK, I’m tasked with stocking my old school garage fridge in the office (a garage actually) as well as a legit, fully stocked Tiki-Bar! Believe it or not, we’re getting some work done.
Keep up the great work!
Radish art from an expert
• Mark B wrote:
First time / long time. I am a farmer from Illinois raising radishes for twenty years before the labor intensity of the process forced me to quit. It takes 200 times as many man-hours per acre than corn/soybeans if you want to produce large roots for increased income.
To answer his question while praising the man in New York, the key is blender and vinegar. The heat from the radish is caused by crushing enzymes in the root. More crushing/more heat. Some old timers pay to add vinegar to the blender too late, believing that vinegar slows down enzyme breakdown. If you make horseradish and it starts to lose strength after a few months or starts to get a little gray, throw it back into the blender. good and fresh.
Connect me to a lover if he’s interested, but I noticed he has a “perennial” radish similar to what someone might harvest along the fence row every year. I planted it as an annual crop. Simply replant the root sections in a new environment. I had to suck (think radish thinning) the shoots from the top of the plant and lift (separate any roots from under the head of the plant) to create a root about a pound (3″ x 8″) with roots available for planting next year. Much easier to clean and chop for the blender, not to mention more efficient.
While sharing with Beau, Sams Club at My World (at no cost) contains 24 ounces of farmer’s cheese for less than $6/lb.
Honor to bring back the screen caps! Keep up the great work!
Cantwell Cliffs – The place in Ohio that’s hard to believe is Ohio with a swimming hole at Friday Screencaps – Review
• Todd S. wrote:
I rented Cliffs House in Hocking Hills back in May and stayed with seven other couples. Great place and highly recommended to any of our readers who want an extraordinary vacation. Hiking in the area including Old Mans Cave. The swimming hole and waterfall are great although it wasn’t that warm in May. Perhaps a great place to float in the middle of a wet Ohio summer.
Thanks and keep up the good work, the patio scheme was done last night!!
I once referred to Hulu and the mailbox was activated like a Martha’s Vineyard resident when Ron unloaded a load of immigrants.
Tim TV TN wrote:
We switched to Hulu several years ago and loved it. The channel guide is arranged in alphabetical order, which can be annoying, but there is a solution. Recents Guide All Channels You Last Watched It’s one more click away than the last button but allows you to jump into more than just the last game you were watching. It’s the last 10 channels I watched, pretty cool. I have two TVs side by side, so on the weekends I can get to any game on the TV quickly.
• Bill in Canton, Ohio wrote:
I’m a big screen fan, and my day doesn’t officially start until I read the screenshots. There is actually a recent channel button on Hulu Live. I discovered it about 3 weeks ago and have had Hulu for over 2 years now. With your Roku remote or smart TV remote, press the up button, which will keep the screen on, but it will show how much time is left in the show, you can pause, etc., and to the left of the play button on that. The screen is the last channel button. Hope it helps!
How do I know that the Screencaps community is in tune with my brain? Several people have referred me to a dildo leak on an Oklahoma highway.
• David C. wrote:
Listen to the helicopter pilot, I think he knows exactly what the charge is. “Here we have it half upside down and it lost its payload and it also had a box truck.”
• Guy G. is back from Western New York and all it takes is a whistleblower topic in Friday’s Screencaps. sell them!
I couldn’t let her go. Toro blower out there in the field today. cruel! I raise you a buffalo turbine blower.
Remove the oak leaves!
I left my full signature at this time, because that’s what I’m selling. Competition cannot be allowed to take over a major space, not to mention at least.
Virginia’s Bill W. who was dispatched to Toro Football Field wrote:
I want to watch the video of the man blowing the grass on the football field.
I was helping to fix the sound system at a local high school and we were taking a lunch break in the press box when I saw the ground guard blowing in the field. I immediately thought Joe Kinsey and the TMNL crew would appreciate the ingenuity of these guys.
And that’s it, I have to get to the soccer fields for two hours watching the kids running across from each other and kicking each other in the legs.
I wish you a nice week end. Enjoy the old college football schedule and build a suburban inferno fire.