The topic of handy-dandy weedkiller applicators seems to come up at
least as often as dandelions do. I just ran across another nifty
herbicide applicator for people who'd rather not spray: The Dandy-Lion
Killer. It's a spray tank and wetter/roller applicator on wheels. Two
versions - a 3-foot wide one to push, and a larger one (4 foot or 6
foot) to tow behind your lawn tractor. No spray drift.
Company's catalog is here:
On Friday, March 25, 2016 at 8:07:00 PM UTC-4, Sam E wrote:
Here is what I dug up.....
Spam is named after a classic skit from Monty Python's Flying Circus, which
took place in a diner where everything on the menu had spam in it. During
the whole skit, a chorus of vikings keeps chanting a song about spam, drown
ing out conversations.
Yes, it's a little random (that's Monty Python for you) but it's very funny
. Years later, the skit reminded someone of how email in your inbox can get
lost in all of the junk mail (the conversation gets drowned out by "Spam!
Spam! Spam!"), so they started calling junk email "spam" and the name stuck
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