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Bernd 05/02/2018 (Wed) 17:05:24 [Preview] No. 16247
Can Bernd use the scythe?
Protip: only nu-males mow the lawn.


Bernd 05/02/2018 (Wed) 19:26:46 [Preview] No.16252 del
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>not just living in a commieblock so you don't have to do either


Bernd 05/02/2018 (Wed) 19:46:07 [Preview] No.16253 del
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I weild imidazole and imidazole accessories


Bernd 05/02/2018 (Wed) 19:47:03 [Preview] No.16254 del
I used it few times, but I can't say that I'm good user of scythe. Although it isn't very hard to use it.

>Protip: only nu-males mow the lawn.

But grass near house need to be cut, and scythe isn't really good tool for this I think. Lawnmower allows you to cut grass to same height, and works good even in low grass. Using scythe in low grass is harder and requires skill (and sharp scythe too).

Of course if you need to preserve cut grass (for feeding livestock or something) scythe is better tool than lawnmower, because lawnmower chops grass to small pieces.


Bernd 05/02/2018 (Wed) 19:55:55 [Preview] No.16255 del
>>16253
My comment was swallowed D:

I said I wield imidazole and imidazole accessories. Meaning the lab is my home.


Bernd 05/02/2018 (Wed) 19:56:45 [Preview] No.16256 del
Eeeeeeh? Why are my posts not showing up?


Bernd 05/02/2018 (Wed) 20:01:13 [Preview] No.16257 del
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>>16256
Maybe you used too much imidazole


Bernd 05/02/2018 (Wed) 20:16:50 [Preview] No.16259 del
>>16255
Meaning you use herbicides to regulate your lawn?

>>16256
I see your posts.

>>16254
>assburger-scythe
Fukken saved.
>I can't say that I'm good user of scythe.
Practice makes perfect. Or imperfect if one practices things in the wrong way.
>Using scythe in low grass is harder and requires skill (and sharp scythe too).
That's why only nu-males use lawnmover.
>and sharp scythe too
Yeah, that's another trick has to be learnt if one wants to use a scythe. But peening is more difficult (which I've never tried).
>scythe isn't really good tool for this
That's true. Especially at the first grow of the year. The "mother-grass" is bitch to cut with that.
>Of course if you need to preserve cut grass (for feeding livestock or something) scythe is better tool than lawnmower
Yup. Also for thatching or litter for animals or whatever.


Bernd 05/02/2018 (Wed) 20:26:02 [Preview] No.16261 del
>>16259
Byproducts and concrete, I have no home, just a lab, which is my "home away from home" cliche due to family circumstances involving a psycho parent.


Bernd 05/02/2018 (Wed) 20:30:13 [Preview] No.16263 del
Tylko kaszaloty tego używają jakiegoś kaszalóka


Bernd 05/02/2018 (Wed) 20:38:13 [Preview] No.16266 del
>>16263
Without looking up in a translator I'll go ahead and guess: kasza means some mushy meal made of grains, like oatmeal.


Bernd 05/02/2018 (Wed) 21:00:28 [Preview] No.16268 del
>>16252
Many commieblock inhabitants own small gardens on outskirts of the city, I think you don't know much about the slav ways.
>>16256
Do you use opera by any chance? I don't see post sometimes too which I didn't experience on mozilla, but you can view them by pressing Preview.


Bernd 05/02/2018 (Wed) 21:11:02 [Preview] No.16269 del
I can. I was taught by a top practitioner who tours giving demonstrations. Conventional and Austrian.

It's all about keeping the blade level and using your waist to do the turn, keeping your arms rigid. Be careful of hidden stones, I fucked a blade on a stone once. Also it can be used to cut grass, I've done it, but it takes a very long time compared to a mower.


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>>16252
That's a solution.

>>16268
Island Slavs don't have enough space for that. Even those who have gardens... seriously I couldn't make a good slash with a scythe there, the blade would stuck in the fence.

>>16269
Very good.
One can avoid stones by reaping only a thin slice of vegetation so one can see the obstacles coming.
The outer edge (the spine?) of the blade can trace the ground lightly.


Bernd 05/03/2018 (Thu) 13:43:22 [Preview] No.16275 del
>>16268
Like an allotment? We have those but usually there isn't any grass as people just use them for growing vegetables.
>>16272
>Island Slavs
Surprisingly accurate tbh
And yeah UK gardens are shit tier unless you live in the countryside. Not only are they too small but the soil is usually low quality too.


Bernd 05/03/2018 (Thu) 15:14:25 [Preview] No.16277 del
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Reaping is a very meditative activity as well. As it's repetitive it can be done on autopilot after a while and turn off the thoughts. Or just the opposite: you can concentrate on whatever you want.


Bernd 05/04/2018 (Fri) 05:45:25 [Preview] No.16300 del
It's also a very progressive and sustainable technology which could help battle the scarcity of resources (first and foremost oil).
You only need to buy it once - with a sharpening stone - and you're set for life. Even your children can use it later. No "planned obsolescence", no fuel consumption, no CO emission.


Bernd 05/04/2018 (Fri) 12:35:19 [Preview] No.16304 del
>>16300
>You only need to buy it once - with a sharpening stone - and you're set for life. Even your children can use it later. No "planned obsolescence", no fuel consumption, no CO emission.
This can be true for mowers too. t. still using my granddad's old push mower


Bernd 05/04/2018 (Fri) 20:46:28 [Preview] No.16310 del
>>16304
Not everyone has his gramp's stuff to make good use of it. Most people by stuff new. And recent products are turds.


Bernd 05/31/2018 (Thu) 18:28:12 [Preview] No.16760 del
Fucking peronospora and eriophyidaes are eating my grapes! I mean the leaves. Motherfuckers!
And I've already sprayed twice this year.


Bernd 07/06/2018 (Fri) 16:04:15 [Preview] No.17767 del
A small Hungarian town, Keszthely, is usually associated with a nice baroque building, the Festetics Palace:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Festetics_Palace
However the town also provides home for an agricultural museum where one can find Hungary's last plowing engine. It's a Fowler Z II type double-engine and was built by John Fowler & Co. Ltd in 1910 in Leeds. It served for 52 years the Hungarian agriculture and then was gifted to the museum. They restored it in the '90s to working condition and made a test plowing in 1998.
Working process: the two steam engine is parked by the edge of the field and they alternately drag the plow from one side of the field to another with the help of steel cables. After several turns one machine is moved up few meters while the other finish dragging the plow. Very interesting system.


Bernd 07/07/2018 (Sat) 14:38:18 [Preview] No.17793 del
I tried but i cannot into kosa(scythe)


Bernd 07/08/2018 (Sun) 07:02:14 [Preview] No.17803 del
>>17793
Thing is about kosa that it needs lot of practice. First one has to concentrate on what he is doing to do it more or less orderly and repeat it again and again. I have a pal with larger flat(-ish) property I learned there basically.


Bernd 04/06/2019 (Sat) 06:54:14 [Preview] No.24389 del
Give a bump to save this. Also for the benefit of future generations.


Bernd 04/06/2019 (Sat) 12:22:52 [Preview] No.24401 del
fuck technology, learn to scythe


Bernd 04/06/2019 (Sat) 13:41:37 [Preview] No.24413 del
>>24401
Was some talks about teaching the public workers who mow green public spaces the use of scythe instead of bushcutters and such. I'm ahead of my time it seems.



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