Pulling stumps and ripping out root balls is a thankless job and usually involves a lot of digging, cursing, cutting, chopping, and more cursing. Using a 2X4, even one that isn’t the greatest looking one, to make a tripod support and a length of chain, the Harbor Freight Farm Jack can be used to yank these stumps out with little effort. The same goes for any Hi-Lift style jack.
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Originally, Gettin Junk Done was started with the intention of making a few simple How-To videos mostly dealing with my truck and motorcycle. Once I saw that a few of my uploads were doing well, I decided to continue with additional videos as projects came up. To me, I was just maintaining my own vehicles and making the occasional video along the way. I firmly believe that anyone can pick up a wrench and fix a piece of junk, thus the phrase “Get Some Junk Done” took on a life of its own for me over time.
It turns out that working on my truck and motorcycle is just a hobby for me and I am actually a high school chemistry teacher. As the channel grew I began incorporating Chemistry Lessons and Gettin Junk Done took on a new meaning. Currently “Gettin Junk Down” refers to any project I find myself wrapped up in, including my everyday work as a chemistry teacher. My teaching style is a casual, everyday approach to the material that lends to the struggling student, as is hopefully obvious in my video.
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