Drinking beers, things are good

Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by CAPT Stream Rotar, Nov 11, 2011.

  1. CAPT Stream Rotar

    CAPT Stream Rotar LawnSite Fanatic
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    how is everybody

    working in the trees and irrigation as needed

    big projects coming up..

    might be in a very prestigious job in NYC, certain park....
    huge job..

    :)
     
  2. Wet_Boots

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    watch out for the feral rats :p
     
  3. greenmonster304

    greenmonster304 LawnSite Gold Member
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    Don't forget to grease the union guys.

    Hey Cappy, do you guys have a bay scallop season on the cape? It opened here the other day and I just had some for dinner and they were damn good.
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  4. Wet_Boots

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    real Bay scallops are a wonder - make those four-bucks-a-pound imports seem like flavorless crapola in comparison
     
  5. Gilmore.Landscaping

    Gilmore.Landscaping LawnSite Senior Member
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    couple big rotors and your good to go...
     
  6. greenmonster304

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    Thats because "sea scallops" are made from skate, or so I am told.

    The other day I was doing a blow out at a house on Shinnecock Bay and I set the clock to do am 2 min cycle while I went out and looked for scallops with my muck boots on. I found a few.
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  7. CAPT Stream Rotar

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  8. Work at a park in NY? Sounds like a repair job to clean up behind occupy wall street.
     
  9. AI Inc

    AI Inc LawnSite Fanatic
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    Ive heard thwey were stamped out of pollock.
     
  10. Wet_Boots

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    While I believe it is possible to make phony scallops. I don't believe the cheap imports are phonies so much as they're from warmer water.

    While I was working in the basement of a rental house, I heard the tenant on the phone, in the adjacent office, and it was obvious he was in the seafood business, so I asked him about Nantucket bay scallops, and he kind of shook his head, and said they were going for $17 a pound at that moment, which was why you weren't ever going to see them in supermarkets.
     

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