And he said he used it, not inured himself with it.
A man's ethical behavior should be based effectually on sympathy, education, and social ties; no religious basis is necessary. Man would indeed be in a poor way if he had to be restrained by fear of punishment and hope of reward after death -- Albert Einstein
On Monday, May 23, 2016 at 12:22:45 PM UTC-4, email@example.com wrote:
the lawn with a manual push mower until I left the house.
tenance worker was cutting the grass outside one of the classrooms when he
hit a rock and the rock shot through a classroom window striking a teenage
girl in the head. Of course there was a lot of blood because head wounds bl
eed A LOT. The poor guy felt so bad that he'd hurt the girl that he almost
quit his job. There was a policy change after the accident ordering that ma
intenance workers or football players walk the grassy areas picking up debr
is before a mower could be run through the grass. I didn't think lawn mowin
g should have been going on when there were kids there during the school da
I also point the leaf blower away (or up) when cars or people go by.
I was driving towards a guy who was using a blower this morning, wondering
if he would stop as I approached. He did...I waved a "Thank you".
Some people are courteous by nature, others...not so much.
On Saturday, May 21, 2016 at 4:45:12 PM UTC-4, Mr Macaw wrote:
engaged the engine stop. It`s a real pain to disengage the blades and then
back up. There are not any kids or pets in the area so everything is clear.
How can I correct this problem? Thanks for any advice Herb
On Saturday, May 21, 2016 at 9:11:58 PM UTC-4, DerbyDad03 wrote:
s engaged the engine stop. It`s a real pain to disengage the blades and the
n back up. There are not any kids or pets in the area so everything is clea
r. How can I correct this problem? Thanks for any advice Herb
Going backwards you could fall off backwards and have the mower go over
you. Going forward that can't happen, or at least it's much harder to
So, you're sitting on your riding mower, and then
put your riding mower in reverse, as you're sitting.
Fall off backwards? Well, I guess it's possible.
My Dad used to see people pulling walk-behind mowers
backwards. He'd go have a safety lecture at them.
The walking mowers, much more dangerous if pulled.
Christopher A. Young
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