lyrics to all the good girls go to hell' by billie eilish. my lucifer is lonely standing there, killing time can't commit to anything but a crime peter's on vacation, an open invitation
fence posts should be on the outside of the fence a dog digging at the base, a horse leaning his head over the top, or cattle pushing against the enclosure will test your fence’s strength. the correct installation of ag fencing is to place it on the inside of the posts.
there should also be no zoo. we must just open all cages and all doors and let all animals run free now. they are people too, they deserve to be free.
your neighbour is an idiot saying cats need to roam/be outside. every humane society says domestic cats should be kept indoors and not allowed to roam freely. only allowed outside if supervised. ill admit i was kind of pissed when i made the topic. stepping on a squishy turd its rather aggravating.
fencing-posts inside-or out? discussion in if you are using a fence with wood posts ,barb wire and staples,the wire should be on the inside of the fence. otherwise the cows will push against it and knock the staples out. for our high tensile electric perimeter wires we fence outside on the corners and inside on the line posts where
the side with the rails and posts will be visible inside your yard, and the smooth side will face your neighbors, the street or the alley. there are several reasons for this: if your fence faces a street, it will look much better with the smooth side out. putting the rails on the outside of the fence would make it easy for people to climb up
many customers are concerned about 'which side of the fence do the posts go on?' or 'what side of my fence should face the neighbor?', and understandably so. the 'quick' answer is that the finished, or good side of the fence faces the outside of your property, visible to neighbors and the outside world.
being a good neighbor requires some fence etiquette before you begin your new project. this etiquette involves placing the fence on your property, including the posts, which should face your home. it also entails speaking with your neighbors and sharing your plans before construction begins.