Post 512: Brush with Fire

YSaC Classic Do Work For Me and Response

Sparky Number One:
brush pile for bon fire [Location]
A pile of dry brush enough for about 5 truck loads and some big pine chunks, truck it away please  Continue reading
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Post 511: New New Math

It’s YSaC Classics Week!

Vintage Mid Century Modern Glass Top Octagon Shaped Table – $40
Vintage retro mid century modern solid wood and glass topped octagon shaped side table with storage underneath. Table measures 19″ across and 21″ tall. $40

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Post 419: Tut, Tut.

WTFS Anchor Person: Breaking News –- Sparkyville Archeologists have entered the abandoned tract home, rumored to be the burial place of Tut McSparky, hundredaire and creator of the Can of Beans on a Stick. This tomb has been sealed for weeks now, and reporter NinjaChow is one of the first people to enter it. NC, What are you seeing? Continue reading

Post 381: A Classic Never Goes Out of Style

Because people can be predictable, I checked my local Craigslist for the word “bowel”. I did see a couple instances where the word was not used in connection with tableware. Thank you, Squatty Potty, for that new development. However, enough misuse existed to be worth the search. Continue reading

Post 252: Virtual Cleanliness is Next to the Propane Cylinder

We have a long-standing tradition in the Sparky Shaming world of misunderstanding terms used for various vehicles sold as parts. Or given away as a unit. We had a minty shell and van that had no reverse. We had The Grand Cherokee of the Beast. A Mustang that went zooom in the night. A VW Golf with a smashed in front that still worked perfectly. And one of my favorites, ads for the same make of car all spelled differently: HYUNDIA/hunday/HUYNDAY. Continue reading