3) Don't chew your fingernails.
Paying a licensed tradesman to work on your home is no more guarantee of proficiency than a driver's license is a guarantee to responsibly operate a motor vehicle. That said, the State is in the business of protecting citizens, often the most vulnerable, from unscrupulous contractors. Licensing and insurance requirements are two ways they attempt to do this. There are also issues involving public safety with some of the trades, particularly plumbing and electrical.
Actually, in most of the States we've worked in, the plumbing trade is licensed in stages. Baby plumbers get apprentice cards for four to eight thousand working hours, the hours are signed off on by the responsible Master plumber before State testing for a Journeyman license, and then a given number of work hours are required as a Journeyman to test at the State for a Master's license. Normally, there is but one Master per plumbing company, and he's generally not the fellow crawling under your sink. In fact, he's often the owner of the Plumbing Company. Various other licensing levels exist (tradesman, irrigation specialist, fire protection, water well, etc.) and each State has it's own Plumbing Board and unique licensing requirements.
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...this would be eminently more enjoyable under the influence of c.sativa.
Years ago now, my sister-in-law was headed to a job interview when she confessed to me she had no HS diploma. She asked me what she should tell the employer. I thought about the number of times I actually had to present my HS diploma...three times: military service, college, and state examination. I told her to say she had one. She's been saying that for twenty years.
When one enlists voluntarily in the military, a contract for eight years of a combination active/inactive service is now the norm. A three year active duty hitch nets you five years reserve duty, which can become active duty at the whim of your Country's Warlords. This is a part of the contract one signs when enlisting.... no big surprise, is what I mean to say.
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Crafty.... I Sea what you did there.
Well done. Like a ruined steak. Just as I assume the vatburger would taste.
As far as we presently know, you are safely correct. I suspect however, like many relatively recent nutritional discoveries (betacarotene, lysine, and the watermelon seed), there are nutrients in food & mother's milk that we've yet to isolate and identify. Vitamins ARE supplements, and ought to be treated as such.. there is no substitute for a healthy diet.
It's a tad stringy and a bitch to cook (think brisket), but the only palatable difference between smoked felis silvestris catus and grilled medium rare ribeye is about three days hungry.
Sales of Reynold's Wrap spike in the Bay Area.
funky49 has taken the high ground...