No push mower is easy, and especially down here in Houston. We have St.
Augustine grass, often referred to as carpet grass. Let it get a little
over grown and it is an effort to walk on, no dragging your feet. ;~)
My dad replace that self propelled mower with a standard push mower when
I was about 8 and I had to drag it to cut the yard.
Your mug is 8oz????? When you hold and drink out of it, does your pinky
finger stick straight out? LOL
I use closer to a 12oz mug and fill to 10 oz. My wife brings it to me
on a two wheel dolly. ;~)
A 5oz cup is what you drink a sample of coffee from at the demo booth at
When I buy coffee, it's always a 24oz cup. ;-) If it's not 90F out,
I'll bring a 24oz cup to work and make another pot[*] for myself when
I get there. ;-)
[*] Don't worry, it's unleaded. Can't have real coffee anymore.
replying to John McCoy, ascalon wrote:
Nonsense. A standard cup of liquid is 250 ml (mililiters). It is also a quarter
of a liter, so it is easy to visualize if you buy your juice, milk etc. in
bottles of 1 l, 1.5 l , 2 l. And if you can visualize a cube with each side 39
in, here you can "see" the cubic meter and figure out the volume of your
It's a single base rather than multiple bases (ten and whatever
divisor needed for the precision needed - 2/4/6/16/32). Imperial can
be made easier by limiting the bases to 10 (drop feet) and use only
one divisor (e.g. use 24/32 rather than 3/4 and do the arithmetic on
the numerator only).
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