and twice on Sunday
Lots of 2.0 Parts for Sale
a house in TN....or maybe KY, caught fire. The home owners live in a rural town w/ NO dedicated fire department. To get fire service where they live they need to pay an annual $75 fee. When the house caught fire last week, the FD showed up, but let the house burn to the ground. The couple had forgotten to send the check. Despite neighbors offering the firemen THOUSANDS of dollars to put the fire out, they simply stood and watched as the peoples home, belongings, and pets burn to the ground.
Have a nice day.
Big Bopper to March Hare..We're still in the game okay? Understand this, that scag, and his floozy....They're gonna die!
I ran six loads of laundry today:
Four loads of clothing and two sets of sheets.
Laundry in the building costs $0.75 for wash and $0.75 for dry, so $1.50 per load. I'd love to have laundry in my unit, but there's really no place to put it, and the cost of plumbing, wiring , etc would be prohibitive. Plus, I grab all three washers at a time, so three loads can be done in the time it would take to do one. If I ever get a house, I'll have at least two washers and two dryers just for the convenience I've grown accustomed to.
There are actually four dryers in the building's laundry room (two stacked units -- Maytag Commercial) to go with the three washers to reduce bottlenecks when people only run a couple of loads.
My clothes were separated into: whites, warm colors and cool colors. There were four loads today since I ran two loads of cool colors.
My tennis shoe socks are all white with a gray heel, but two different cut styles, making matching a slight challenge versus the ease of yesteryear when they were all the same cut.
The dress socks are more like playing concentration when you need to remember where you've seen the sock before to properly match them. Some are very similar.
Briefs are all the same, so it's just grab and throw them into the drawer.
Boxers get folded into quarters and are tucked into the back of the line in the drawer so that they are properly rotated. I try to make sure all my clothes are rotated so they last longer.
The polo shirts go on white wire hangers I kept from the dry cleaner (who changed hands a couple of years ago, and now I don't get the big discount coupons, but they still give me a little something).
Folding clothes is a very zen-like activity. It brings me peace and an inner sense of calm you don't get from, say, mowing the lawn. But that's what gardeners are for. Our condo association pays $350 per month for gardening, which is very reasonable in this neighborhood I'll tell you.
The sheets are nearly impossible to fold properly as they're fitted sheets. The pillow cases, at least, get folded into quarters so they stay neat, but the sheets are much like origami run over by a local bus (which just raised their fare from $0.75 to $1.00 per ride, now more expensive than a wash or dry in my building)