Total waste of money and yes more than likely a scam. Weight loss is simple for the average person. Calories consumed vs calories burnt.
I'm down 20 lb and all I've done is portion control. No exercise and I never stopped drinking beer.Total waste of money and yes more than likely a scam. Weight loss is simple for the average person. Calories consumed vs calories burnt.
Before I started lifting I cut 85lbs just by portion control and walking/running 4-5 times a week. I did give up Pop but ate everything I wanted to and just didnt pig out. Fitness Pal is awesome and really helps if you honest with yourself and input everything you eat.
I’ve found if you do an online chat and complain, they’ll either refund or resend. 9/10 I eventually get the original shit too.Amazon is really going to shit. Ordered outdoor speakers for the patio that were supposed to be delivered the other day, they sent me a tent instead. Today they just said some small misc. items we ordered were delivered, but they weren't delivered here - so god only knows whose house they were delivered to.
Yes. We want the forest side to have a full wrap. Right now that's like $12k. Soooo that's not happening.Any plans to wrap a partial deck around it? If you can swing it financially, I highly recommend it.
Wood or trex decking for that price? Is that hiring someone? $12k is steep imo.Yes. We want the forest side to have a full wrap. Right now that's like $12k. Soooo that's not happening.
We do have to build just a little stairway with somewhat of a platform. That'll probably be $1500 alone. Ugh.
US blue collar boys are becoming a rare commodity... I welcome it..Training a completely not mechanically/tool inclined millennial how to do my job that can kill you simply by putting your foot in the wrong spot.
In the last week he has;
Forgotten which one is his right hand.
SCREAMED at him “IF YOU STEP THERE YOU WILL DIE!!! DO NOT PUT YOUR FOOT THERE!!!”........He motions to start putting his foot where I told him not to for the third time.
Doesn’t know the difference between a wrench and a ratchet.
Claimed he knew how to use a chainsaw and used them a lot in the past......couldn’t figure out how to reset it after the kick bar was engaged.....caught him watching a video on how to put a new chain on after I asked him to replace the chain.
Watched him dragging my brand new 24’ extension ladder (80lbs) because “It’s too heavy and hurts my shoulder.” I show him for the fourth time in 2 hours how to balance it on his shoulder on the flat part vs the way he was doing it with the straight edge part digging into him. He tries again, drops the entire ladder and I say “Here, hold this!” and hand him the 80 lbs lasher which he promptly drops then smashes his finger in the lasher and drops it again. I inform him to be careful with the lasher or he might have to come up with $18,000 for a new one, or learn to carry the ladder the right way.
Will go to retrieve a tool from my truck, come back with the wrong tool, then forget where he got the tool from.
“Hey can I drive your truck?”
Him “Oh come on. Why not?”
Me “You want to drive a 22 ton truck that’s 13 feet high with a 35 foot long trailer into Glen Ellyn at 7am then pull into a busy crowded construction site? ABSOFUCKINGLUTELY NOT!”
Him “I thought I’m
Supposed to be learning?”
Me “You already have your CDL. This job is way more than driving the cool trucks, learn how to do the pole work then you can play with the fun toys.”
Sent him back to the garage to get the correct size terminal pedestal (ugly little green boxes that stick out of the ground) and I sent him with the broken one we have to replace to reference the size. “Here, get this sized one. EXACTLY this one only not broken. It should say 16 on the wrapping.” He’s currently on his third trip back to the garage, been wrong every time.
My current mental state