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I Cant Fathom The Idea That A Knoledgeable (knowledgeable) Electrician (that can't spell or use spell check)
Or Anyone For That Matter Would Give Any Type Of Advice In Reguards (regards) To Something As Dangerous As This
This Is Just Plain Stupid
Does Anyone Here Know What They Are Talking About??
I have been reading through Article 210 and I wonder if you can tell me on what point we went wrong in the other discussion?
"Diplomacy is saying nice dodging until you can find a rock." Will Rogers "If a Monkey can do your job, are you in the right profession?
Yes, I know that I was talking about an idea to hopefully rid myself of rodents that have been destroying a lawn that I have spent a considerable amount of time and money on. For several years I would have put the looks of my lawn next to the fairways of some of the best golf courses in the country. Until an ungodly invasion of moles from hades occurred traffic literally slowed as people would look to admire my beautiful hillside.(Not an exaggeration)
Now its beginning to look like parts of a poorly maintained cow pasture.
I thought my idea was a good one at first and wodered why no one had done it before, at least to my knowledge. Whlie taking precautions not to hurt myself or other adults I did not consider the fact that a child may come running across a charged area unannounced and be hurt or worse. This project is no longer underway, if my first and FINAL experiment with electrical mole eradication did not work, this job will be left to proffessional exterminators.
I thought my idea was a good one at first and wodered why no one had done it before, at least to my knowledge.
Even if no one got hurt, ironically, the moles are probably safest. They're surrounded by alternate paths for the juice to flow. They might feel a little something, but chances are in their favor they'd escape unscathed.
Sorry to hear about the lawn, man. I hear you. She spent tons of money on sod, and then turned our four dogs loose on it. It's a nice dry tumbleweed patch now.