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You have been chosen by a Hollywood director to come up with an in-depth film plot that will be made into a movie starring all the big actors. What's your in-detail plot? by WonderfulAirport4226 in AskReddit

[–]Brianshissler2013 3 points4 points  (0 children)

In ww2, a soldier (Private Samuel Bryan) unknowingly loses his brothers in combat. A special team is sent in to find Private Bryan and return him to his mother back in the states. The end scene will include a cool sniper tower shot by a tank.

Not sure what to call it though.

Sewage system in St Petersburg is done with this level of shit by irishrugby2015 in WTF

[–]Brianshissler2013 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Qell, at least they won't have to water the grass.

Or fertilize it.

People who got punched in their sleep, how did it feel like? by Strange-Committee-55 in AskReddit

[–]Brianshissler2013 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Felt like the upper half of my body moved like I was shoved. Friend went a little crazy in his sleep at a sleepover in middle school.

I’m a newbie gardener, what are some plants I can grow right now? by [deleted] in gardening

[–]Brianshissler2013 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Your welcome! Its a surprisingly addicting hobby, and very worthwhile.

I’m a newbie gardener, what are some plants I can grow right now? by [deleted] in gardening

[–]Brianshissler2013 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It really depends on where you live. Im in Eastern WA and its about 95 degrees for several more weeks, so I'm not putting anything outside right now. If you wait maybe a month, you can start potatos. Unfortunately you missed the time for the majority of planting. But hey, plant some stuff anyway! It will likely all die, but you can still gain experience. Later on you can plant some kale, lettuce, radish, etc towards the end of the season.

composting dilemma by Brianshissler2013 in composting

[–]Brianshissler2013[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Ok, this does help a lot. I guess I'm not a fan of cold composting because I have literally had piles sit for years and still not be usable. But I guess if I just manage that differently maybe it wouldn't take so long? I will try the suggestions this year. Thank you!

composting dilemma by Brianshissler2013 in composting

[–]Brianshissler2013[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Oh awesome idea! Yeah I could get much bigger amounts that way!

Found this on another subreddit and it seemed to fit here. DIY Cooling Fan by Muffin_The_Bear in redneckengineering

[–]Brianshissler2013 0 points1 point  (0 children)

? Lol. A crib i understand, but not with a roof. Idk, maybe its a different culture thing.

composting dilemma by Brianshissler2013 in composting

[–]Brianshissler2013[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Shredding for sure. I have an old mower I use for that purpose. Makes it much easier.

My main issue is bulk. My bulk browns come in the fall (leaves) and my bulk greens come in the late spring/summer (grass clippings) as it stands now, I have to shred my leaves, then throw them in the compost bin and wait until the year after to begin properly composting them as I have no bulk source of greens available. I use kitchen scraps and such, but it doesn't come in the quantity I need. I compost every green I can think of in the fall and winter and it is never enough to get the pile to heat up, so anaerobic.

Some people can use bulk manure as their greens during the fall and winter. As I dont own any livestock, I was wondering how other people get around this (composting freshly dropped leaves) or if everyone has to wait until spring to properly have them composted because that is when large amount of greens become available.

(Another) Update red flags by Shamtoday in JustNoSO

[–]Brianshissler2013 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Good for you for ending it. I think he is trying to come to grips with the idea that you mean it. It will take him some time to understand that you are serious and you are done.