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They're all over the yard at our new place.
Wild carrot/queen Anne's lace looks like it.
Yeah I've had them before. Horrible.
So, is there a way to ID apples? We have a tree and we don't know what kind they are.
Closeup coming through, really slow uploading for some reason.
Thanks. The don't taste like much.
I don't eat a whole lot of sugar. I mean compared the Golden Delicious down the hill, they dont taste like much.
Maybe it was just that one I ate.
Good, were big cider drinkers.
I've found a few of these around the property. Not sure what they are. They were under oak trees. Any ideas?
I'm not sure if this is electrical but...we moved into a new house and the plug for the dryer is one of the older, 3-pronged ones. I switched out the cable on our dryer to fit. Now the dryer isn't drying like it used to, as in we have to run it on multiple cycles. Could this be due to the new, ungrounded cable or is it just a coincidence?
Thanks so much. I'll have to pull it out and look at it as I read this.
Thanks. What's a jumper, just a regular old wire or something specific?
Here's what it looks like now, before doing anything.
I also just noticed what looks like a burned area on the black.
No, I had a 4 on there, and changed to a 3.
Ok, so now it's just a matter of running it and seeing if it works better? Did I mess up the cable by bumping them?
I have no equipment to test it.
No problems elsewhere. For what it's worth, the prior owner was an old electrician and I think he did some work on the place, running g electric out to the barn and workshop.
I'll run a load and report back.
Cool. And I just remembered something that happened when I installed the cable. I, stupidly, plugged it in before connecting it just to make sure it would go in. The other, now live, end touched the metallic exhaust hose and there was a spark. I'm guessing that may have tripped the breaker. Hopefully I didn't do any further damage.
@Deleted User That seemed to do the trick. Thanks!
Just found out we’re having another girl.
@Phillip Wiglesworth - FL Cute kids! This’ll be #2 for us.
We found out after getting a genetic test (all clear).
UNC Asheville - Twitter @UncAvl & @newsUNCA
People around here use the hashtag #avlnews for local news
Pretty good quote from our website towards the end
Here’s a handy map of our flyering. It’s nice to see all those little pins. https://megansquire.com/google-map-of-campus-hate-flyers/
Student 1: “I feel like I have to start defending myself”. From flyers.
Student 2 (wearing goggles and sunglasses) “There no room for any of this”. I can’t imagine there’s much room for anything with chicks like her lumbering around.
It’s great when they make people who oppose us look like freaks and weirdos.
@Deleted User If its a lefty sock, you can just go to the local BLM or commie pages and go down the member list clicking “send request”. You’d be surprised how many will accept without question.
Trouble in paradise with Portland JBGC.
Still trying to figure out a name.
The top contender so far is Sigrún.
@Deleted User Maybe if it was a boy. Next time.
She’ll have a name that honors our ancestors, like our first. We just haven’t decided on which one. I appreciate the suggestions though.
Balsam Knob in WNC this afternoon. About 30 minutes away.
“It doesn’t matter what it tastes like,” Mosley said. “It’s the official pizza of the alt-right.”
They’ve been pretending that the police investigate flyers/banners since at least 2000.
https://mountainx.com/news/local-activists-strive-for-social-change/ Not so much about us, but we’re mentioned. I didn’t k ow they had a rally because of our flyers.
“Nor is Asheville, despite its touted progressive atmosphere, immune from white supremacist influence, as recent incidents show. Local social media buzzed with speculation and outrage this fall after recruitment flyers for white nationalist group Identity Evropa were found on UNC Asheville’s campus. ”
Trouble in paradise. https://twitter.com/maydayrva/status/936259020209434624
This is a city counselor saying progress equals less white people.
Never mind. I’ll upload it later
Pic of a flyer on a pole at the Christmas parade. For some reason it’s uploading very small. But some news photographer just came and took a bunch of pics of it.
Well that one worked. There’s a better one with blurred background.
I put up 10-15 along the route.
Gentlemen, this evening was a huge white pill for me. We took our daughter downtown to the Christmas parade (we live in a small town 20 miles from Asheville). The streets were lined with smiling white faces. An elderly couple asked us if we wanted to sit in their truck while we waited for the parade to start. Another man asked if we needed a blanket for our daughter. The local church was giving out hand warmers (I was asked three times if we got ours). Children shouted “merry Christmas” as they scattered to catch the thrown candy. I felt like I was in a Norman Rockwell painting. There was no hanukkah or kwanzaa floats, no pink haired harpies or low T soyboys complaining. This, in my mind, is what the ethnostate looks like. As an added bonus, of all the Identity Evropa posters that lined the parade route, none were taken down by the end of the parade.
@Rick The world we’re fighting for is possible.
Nice. I had the opposite experience. I grew up in the DC area, surrounded by chattering hordes of dusky foreigners, MS-13 murders, blacks shucking and jiving everywhere and every other stripe of featherless biped. Fairoaks Mall was a no-go zone for us. Then I lived in Raleigh, which wasn’t much better. Poland is the only place I’ve lived that was as white as southern Appalachia. I’ll die in these mountains. Sure, 20 miles away is a left wing haven, but they’re but an island in an ocean of right wing whites.
One day we’ll descend into the valley and take Asheville back from the cat ladies. 😁
They got our name wrong (Identity Europa) but they referred to us as “ethno-nationalists”.
@Matthias Glad to hear that.
May I ask about the contents of the email? Are they local?
“Although Whitner said his department usually opts to issue warnings for those who hang up flyers for yard sales, events, and etc., if they could prove beyond a reasonable doubt which individual or individuals placed them, there would be charges. “
Usually we just issue a warning, but since we don’t like these peoples’ opinions we would treat them differently.
The article says ““There is a state law that you can’t attach any type of poster on a telephone pole,” he said. “There’s a town ordinance like that, too.”
I’m not, just pointing out how retarded they are.
If I did catch a charge it would be interesting to bring up that quote though.
Damn, I just noticed I posted in the wrong server.
The police chief says that posting flyers on light poles is illegal and while they don’t usually do anything, in this case they would like the charge the person. Sounds a bit biased.
It’s nice that they contacted IE and got a statement. We were represented very well.
Another newspaper called us “ethno-nationalists” but they only have a Facebook post about it.
All I can say is that whoever sent them that photo is a pretty good photographer.
I’ve lived through that myself. It’s like a different country out here. Too bad our politicians and authorities are doing everything they can too change that.
It’s a nice comparison. IE puts up flyers, BLM vandalizes.
The accompanying fb post: https://www.facebook.com/mountainx/posts/10154963332752301
Yes but I think the average person reading that will see the stark difference. The BLM vandalism just makes our flyers look even better, imo.
Around here, that’s what they do. They vandalized the actual Vance Monument awhile back and it pissed off a lot of people.
The author also embellished a few things.
Thanks. If the flyer looks a bit tattered that’s because it’s been up there since the 7th and was still there this afternoon when they went to do the story.
They (the town I suppose) took them all down except that one, which is prominently placed as you drive into/out of town.
The new baby is pushing me out of my office, so I was thinking about building a new one using the shell of a car port the old owner used for his RV. What’s a good resource (books, etc) that I could use, for a beginner? Also, does this seem like a doable project?
I don’t mean using the whole thing, but maybe building two rooms in it.
@RevStench Thanks so much.!
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