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(WTAE)   Homeowner surprised to find milk delivery is still available to his house. 6,000 gallons of it   (wtae.com) divider line 44
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2014-02-27 10:41:23 PM
Don't cry.
 
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2014-02-27 10:51:03 PM
ih1.redbubble.net
 
2014-02-27 11:32:40 PM
But I specifically ordered low-fat...
 
2014-02-28 12:03:36 AM
"Milk. Just like the sign said before you obliterated it. Fresh wholesome milk."

/this is my sad face for not being able to find a screengrab :(
 
2014-02-28 01:25:51 AM
Dang I'm old. I actually remember the delivery guy dropping off glass bottles of milk every morning and putting them into that galvanized box outside our back porch.
 
2014-02-28 01:27:20 AM
He has a 6000 gallon house? Is that...is that a lot of house?
 
2014-02-28 01:29:35 AM
This is why many areas have NO TRUCKS signs.  I remember that, in Helena, Montana, you could often look up at the neighborhoods on the mountainsides and just wait for cars and trucks to roll down off the roads ;)
 
2014-02-28 01:32:11 AM
A tanker did blunder in Hunker
like a rancor asplosion in bunker
The tanker did split
Like a cottage cheese zit
Cept for banker and farmer no1curr
 
2014-02-28 01:32:19 AM

Poopy MacPoop: He has a 6000 gallon house? Is that...is that a lot of house?


That would be a pretty small house, actually.
 
2014-02-28 01:32:47 AM
Got Milk?

lots

 
2014-02-28 01:35:53 AM
Yes, get the EPA out there!  You have cow's milk getting into the water table!  Think of all the lactose intolerant well water drinkers around there.  You need to hose the whole area down with bud lite to clean that stuff out.
 
2014-02-28 01:37:32 AM
That's utterly ridiculous.
 
2014-02-28 01:37:33 AM

trappedspirit: Yes, get the EPA out there!  You have cow's milk getting into the water table!  Think of all the lactose intolerant well water drinkers around there.  You need to hose the whole area down with bud lite to clean that stuff out.


Stick a jet ski in there and make butter.
 
2014-02-28 01:39:35 AM
so what does a milkshake that size bring to the yard? King Kong?
 
2014-02-28 01:43:57 AM
Milk mishap makes "moo-gnificent" mess....
 
2014-02-28 01:45:07 AM
Meh, glass bottles also no bags.

Yeah, they go very fast, very early in the morning, but the milk is delivered!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jarIyVDjDWM

/right place, right time
 
2014-02-28 02:03:48 AM
This one ginger girl I used to work with made a comment in a discussion that neither of her parents was red headed (although 2 of her grandparents was) and I asked if her Milkman was red headed.
 
2014-02-28 02:09:39 AM
They still deliver milk? No whey!
 
2014-02-28 02:16:19 AM

Boojum2k: Poopy MacPoop: He has a 6000 gallon house? Is that...is that a lot of house?

That would be a pretty small house, actually.


Wow, second time tonight I've fed Wolfram Alpha a stupid word problem and got an answer. 6000 gallons of house, assuming 8ft rooms, would only be a hundred square feet.
 
2014-02-28 02:20:38 AM

wildcardjack: Boojum2k: Poopy MacPoop: He has a 6000 gallon house? Is that...is that a lot of house?

That would be a pretty small house, actually.

Wow, second time tonight I've fed Wolfram Alpha a stupid word problem and got an answer. 6000 gallons of house, assuming 8ft rooms, would only be a hundred square feet.


You enter a ten by ten room. There's an orc. With a pie.
 
2014-02-28 02:25:00 AM

wildcardjack: Boojum2k: Poopy MacPoop: He has a 6000 gallon house? Is that...is that a lot of house?

That would be a pretty small house, actually.

Wow, second time tonight I've fed Wolfram Alpha a stupid word problem and got an answer. 6000 gallons of house, assuming 8ft rooms, would only be a hundred square feet.


How many soccer balls could fit in that?
 
2014-02-28 02:48:39 AM

Boojum2k: wildcardjack: Boojum2k: Poopy MacPoop: He has a 6000 gallon house? Is that...is that a lot of house?

That would be a pretty small house, actually.

Wow, second time tonight I've fed Wolfram Alpha a stupid word problem and got an answer. 6000 gallons of house, assuming 8ft rooms, would only be a hundred square feet.

You enter a ten by ten room. There's an orc. With a pie.


Exits are north, east, and Dennis.
 
2014-02-28 03:54:54 AM
So did the milkshakes bring all the boys to the yard?
 
2014-02-28 04:05:26 AM

fusillade762: How many soccer balls could fit in that?


According to wolfram Alpha (how many soccerballs in 6000 gallons?): assuming US gallons, 2300 to 2600 soccer balls (varies with packing)


/ 410,000 ping pong balls
// 59,000 oranges
/// 790,000,000 grains of rice
//// 7.59 *10^29 water molecules

// The more you know.
 
2014-02-28 06:28:00 AM

Excelsior: fusillade762: How many soccer balls could fit in that?

According to wolfram Alpha (how many soccerballs in 6000 gallons?): assuming US gallons, 2300 to 2600 soccer balls (varies with packing)


/ 410,000 ping pong balls
// 59,000 oranges
/// 790,000,000 grains of rice
//// 7.59 *10^29 water molecules

// The more you know.


Thirty thousand pounds,,,
OF BANANAS!!
 
2014-02-28 06:49:36 AM

hlehmann: Dang I'm old. I actually remember the delivery guy dropping off glass bottles of milk every morning and putting them into that galvanized box outside our back porch.


Ditto, or at least the glass bottles part. Don't think ours came every day.

There's a dairy in my town that does (intentional) home delivery; I see their boxes on lots of people's porches. Nice to see the practice maybe making a comeback.
 
2014-02-28 07:09:09 AM
Could be worse. If it were summer, imagine the smell of 6000 gallons of sour milk.
 
2014-02-28 07:12:35 AM

SpinStopper: This is why many areas have NO TRUCKS signs.  I remember that, in Helena, Montana, you could often look up at the neighborhoods on the mountainsides and just wait for cars and trucks to roll down off the roads ;)


Most of the time, those NO TRUCKS signs are because of the noise the trucks make, and does nothing to stop trucks that have business on those roads.  If the dairy farm is just up the road from that house, they can't stop that truck from rolling past that house.

Now if this was summer, that truck wouldn't make it to the house, it would've sunk in the ground some and stopped short of the house.  Ice helped the truck to wreck, then the frozen ground gave it the hard surface it need to slide much too far.
 
2014-02-28 07:34:09 AM
How far out in Pennsyltucky redneck-land are they? Town of Hunker, in Hempfield, just off Sportsman Road?

I can hear the banjos from here
 
2014-02-28 07:34:30 AM

fusillade762: "Milk. Just like the sign said before you obliterated it. Fresh wholesome milk."

/this is my sad face for not being able to find a screengrab :(


i1.ytimg.com

/And, a link to video of the scene...
 
2014-02-28 07:39:19 AM

geoduck42: hlehmann: Dang I'm old. I actually remember the delivery guy dropping off glass bottles of milk every morning and putting them into that galvanized box outside our back porch.

Ditto, or at least the glass bottles part. Don't think ours came every day.

There's a dairy in my town that does (intentional) home delivery; I see their boxes on lots of people's porches. Nice to see the practice maybe making a comeback.


I fondly remember that too. The accident happened about 35miles from me and this mornings news shows the damage is so bad they may have to rebuild instead of repair. Besides the giant hole, milk squishes up with every step. Good thing it's winter or their belongs would be stinkin' by this afternoon.
 
2014-02-28 07:41:44 AM

HighlanderRPI: How far out in Pennsyltucky redneck-land are they? Town of Hunker, in Hempfield, just off Sportsman Road?

I can hear the banjos from here


No banjos, dude.

35 miles from Pittsburgh
 
2014-02-28 07:54:28 AM

lindalouwho: 35 miles from Pittsburgh


I grew up 35 miles south of the point.
 
2014-02-28 07:56:20 AM
photos1.blogger.com
"Man, we're gonna be smelling ripe by the end of the day."
 
2014-02-28 08:08:23 AM

vudukungfu: lindalouwho: 35 miles from Pittsburgh

I grew up 35 miles south of the point.


:-) still in PA?
 
2014-02-28 09:26:54 AM
Aaron Burr?
 
2014-02-28 09:31:54 AM

wildcardjack: Boojum2k: Poopy MacPoop: He has a 6000 gallon house? Is that...is that a lot of house?

That would be a pretty small house, actually.

Wow, second time tonight I've fed Wolfram Alpha a stupid word problem and got an answer. 6000 gallons of house, assuming 8ft rooms, would only be a hundred square feet.


I wish I understood how to use Wolfram Alpha. I know it's powerful but I just don't get it.
 
2014-02-28 09:35:21 AM

Excelsior: fusillade762: How many soccer balls could fit in that?

According to wolfram Alpha (how many soccerballs in 6000 gallons?): assuming US gallons, 2300 to 2600 soccer balls (varies with packing)


/ 410,000 ping pong balls
// 59,000 oranges
/// 790,000,000 grains of rice
//// 7.59 *10^29 water molecules

// The more you know.


If you combine a lot of the rice with some if the water molecules you can expand your house. Split the damn thing right open in fact.

/plot device in a Horatio Hornblower story
 
2014-02-28 09:40:29 AM

HighlanderRPI: How far out in Pennsyltucky redneck-land are they? Town of Hunker, in Hempfield, just off Sportsman Road?

I can hear the banjos from here


In my experience, Pennsylvania is:

COWS COWS
city city
COWSCOWS
COWS COWS
COWS didimentionCOWS

spacing's going to be all farked up on computers since I did this on mobile but you get the idea

/I like cows
//but not like they do in Herkimer
///MOOOOOO!
 
2014-02-28 11:20:59 AM
Um... yeah, in this case... go ahead.
img.fark.net
 
2014-02-28 11:31:21 AM

lindalouwho: :-) still in PA?


OH no, I became a chef, then moved to new england, and now i work in an office and do volunteer work for my community. I also do commercials, because I can act and have a radio voice. Hosting an open mike for a fund raiser for a community center this summer.
On the town green. In a centuries old Church we just took over care of.
SO not moving back. Kind of putting down roots up here.
 
2014-02-28 11:47:28 AM

vudukungfu: lindalouwho: :-) still in PA?

OH no, I became a chef, then moved to new england, and now i work in an office and do volunteer work for my community. I also do commercials, because I can act and have a radio voice. Hosting an open mike for a fund raiser for a community center this summer.
On the town green. In a centuries old Church we just took over care of.
SO not moving back. Kind of putting down roots up here.


Sounds like life is good!

We have a suprising amount of things in common, except for the commercials part.

You've written before about certain hardships, I'm really glad for you. Put down those roots and keep on keepin' on!
 
2014-02-28 01:46:16 PM
Why would they need the EPA? Will milk somehow poison the water table?
 
2014-02-28 02:39:02 PM

lindalouwho: Put down those roots and keep on keepin' on!


Yeah, for some reason, I had you farkied as OK in my book.
Still are.
 
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