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    Stainless Steel Double Jigger

    My new indestructible measuring tool for diesel fuel additive, Roundup, Weed B Gon..................

    $4.99, Bed Bath & Beyond 1 and 2 oz.

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    Gizmo, I beg you to please not use round-up or weed-b-gone or any of the other commercial weed killers. They contain neonicotinoids that are killing honey bees. There is a simple and much cheaper organic alternative you can make up using vinegar and soap that will do just as good a job without harming the bees.

    here is one article of hundreds that talks about the problem.

    I hate to sound like a tree hugger, but we do keep honeybees and it's been an uphill struggle over the past decade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ransx77 View Post
    Gizmo, I beg you to please not use round-up or weed-b-gone or any of the other commercial weed killers. They contain neonicotinoids that are killing honey bees. There is a simple and much cheaper organic alternative you can make up using vinegar and soap that will do just as good a job without harming the bees.

    here is one article of hundreds that talks about the problem.

    I hate to sound like a tree hugger, but we do keep honeybees and it's been an uphill struggle over the past decade.

    Thanks for your consideration on this!

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    If you don't want to sound like a tree huger then I don't want to sound like an alcohol abuser..... This could possibly get contaminated (?) and be used for actual alcoholic measurements for human consumption.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    My new indestructible measuring tool for diesel fuel additive, Roundup, Weed B Gon..................

    $4.99, Bed Bath & Beyond 1 and 2 oz.

    Click image for larger version. 

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    I have to get one of them. I am tired of using an empty Startron bottle. Great idea.
    I might even keep a little Jack Daniels in the garage.
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    HOW ARE YOU GOING TO MEASURE YOUR WHISKEY?????

    Think about this man, you're making a terrible mistake. Measure your 2-4-d the way the rest of us do - one gulug, two gulugs, three gulugs......

    -J.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jer View Post
    HOW ARE YOU GOING TO MEASURE YOUR WHISKEY?????

    Think about this man, you're making a terrible mistake. Measure your 2-4-d the way the rest of us do - one gulug, two gulugs, three gulugs......

    -J.
    That is the way to measure bourbon: by the gulug.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    That is the way to measure bourbon: by the gulug.
    That is what I was thinking.


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    I think everybody is actually overlooking the real problem here or maybe just over thinking the obvious. What in the heck were you doing at a bed bath and beyond?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDeereYooper View Post
    I think everybody is actually overlooking the real problem here or maybe just over thinking the obvious. What in the heck were you doing at a bed bath and beyond?
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    I thought you were gonna bring the bees up again........

    -J.
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    I'll never forget the first time I was taken to Bed, Bath and Beyond. I was surprised to learn that they made a store out of it!
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