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Lots of people search for treehouse, followed by cyr wheel / roue cyr! People are in particular interested in making these things themselves.
Rushing Kiss – October, 2011. by neeb (aka corbin).
ears hear as it pours on in,
heart blooms turning me warm,
soft hands glance my shoulder,
green sight I sense upon me,
then a rushing kiss,
So, that ad on the right side of my website…how much does it get me? Well, not much. In the years I’ve been running it, I’ve received one check for $100 (hey, that’s better than nothing!). I earn about $.02 a day. Here’s a screen shot from adsense:
In other words, don’t quit my day job. Wait, I really like my day job, so I wouldn’t quit it even if the blog was pulling in millions!
I got a new tool a few weeks ago. A plasma cutter!
After doing some research, I went with a Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 52. It is awesome!
I also had to get a new air compressor to keep up with it. I went with a Husky one from Home Depot; it has a three year warranty, whereas most other ones of the same size have a 1 year warranty. Plus, there were lots of good reviews on HomeDepot.com.
I’m not sure when I wrote this. Yes, I do make up words!
wandering through a vast void of black, a small light appears to bring me back,
turns from night to dawn to day, with the air clear and around to stay,
then thick like clouds it becomes, and wet like water it runs,
making all turn to green, bringing life to those seen,
happiness to mark the path, until a query it you havith,
but the answer presents to you, for it is, my love for you.
I’ve always been fascinated with poetry. I generally write poetry for specific people. Here’s some of my older work; you can deduce who it was for by the year and month (if you know me well enough). this poem could be much better with some rework of a few parts.
March 30, 2004
if, but you may, realize how moonstruck i am.
when i dauntlessly gaze upon you,
In this year’s garden I planted a bunch of stuff. It was going great this year, since I installed a drip system. Unfortunately while I was at burning man, the deer discovered how to hop into the garden and eventually (mainly the week I was here) managed to mow down anything that was left of it. Oh well..it was at the end of the ropes for the garden, but I was a little sad that they destroyed my luscious tomatoes before I got any.
They also aren’t interested in corn..which is just starting to become ready to pick!
Potatoes..another underground venture that survived the garden massacre.