Apr 17, 2017 Ep 71 Homestead rodent control with outdoor pets & other ways
We talk about Homestead rodent control with outdoor pets & other ways. Have you thought about why tiny house communities for the homeless is a stupid idea. A clever idea for grey water. Austin will literally pay you to have chickens. Self sustainable lifestyles and housing are becoming illegal, according to some. Retailers going out of business, down goes the economy. And North Korea is still full of XX it.
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Homestead rodent control with outdoor pets & other ways
- Homestead animal of the Day: Golden Guernsey Goat
- Digital currency: Bitcoin & Ethereum – Not today
- Homestead rodent control with outdoor pets & other ways
- Tiny House community for homeless
- Efficiency, but you’ve got to see the picture or at least imagine your sink being the holding tank for your toilet. Haha, but really, not a terrible idea.
- The City of Austin will literally pay you to keep chickens
- It’s illegal to go sustainable anywhere. According to these people.
- More sky falling in terms of retail going out of business.
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