Jyotsna Nitika. pergola. May 13th , 2017.
Most every fence is anchored by some type of posts that go below the ground. Many posts are placed in holes filled with concrete. The depth of the holes should be based on the height of the anchors or posts, the type of fence, and the area's seasonable weather. 18" to 24" are common depths. If your fence is to require any digging many areas require a call to check underground utilities. These services will use spray paint to mark where cables and such are buried. An advance notice of a few days to sometimes several weeks before your project begins is required. The paint will generally last several weeks.
Likewise, good personal boundaries make for good relationships. Boundaries are those invisible lines of protection you draw around yourself. They let people know your limits on what they can say or do around you. Healthy boundaries give you freedom in relating to others. Make them too solid and you build walls, too weak and you allow others actions to harm you.
The dog is like the second line of defence. The dog is not particularly nice, except to anyone he recognises. Anyone he doesn't recognise he attacks. Lots of noise and angry growling will be produced and he will chase you around until he catches you or sees you off. The response here is a non specific response like the phagocytes in the second line of defence. Phagocytes are a type of white blood cell. Their response is simply to attack anything recognised as foreign. The angry inflammatory response (redness) often accompanies this response (like the barking dog).
The Media exposed me to a "truth" that is very inconvenient, but when my skeptical nature required me to investigate, it seemed too convenient. The Earth's reported average temperature increased dramatically since 1972, true. But, I found that with the collapse of the Soviet Union in the late 80's and early 90's, there were hundreds of weather reporting stations shut down. Mostly, they shut down the expensive to run ones in Antarctica and Siberia! I'd guess, that might make the average temperatures go up. I'm told the number of named tropical storms has increased by about 200% since 1906. That sounds pretty bad, until you think about it. There were no airplanes, then. There were no satellites watching every square inch of the planet. A ship might have radioed in gale force winds 1000 miles east of Tobago, but they didn't call it Mariah and plot its route to New Orleans.
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