Wordless: Keep or Pitch?

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Thanks to all the peers who took time to comment on the above photo.  I got a kick out of seeing how the image could stir comversation.   As soon as one of my blogger inspector guys writes a real post on how to deal with 'mold' I will do a re-blog to share with our readers.  Be good and stay moisture free- cheryl

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Judy Jennings
The Green Company - Ashland, MA
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Cheryl,

I suppose you can grow anything in a petri dish! However, I am leaning toward pitch, what do you think?

Judy

Jan 07, 2009 09:15 AM #1
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Cheryl Willis
RE/MAX Solutions- OZARK MISSOURI - Mount Vernon, MO
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JUDY- actually trying to decide if I need to send it in and spend $30 for a lab to tell weither it is OK or a deal breaker, this picture is at 48 hours.  thanks for you vote-  cheryl

Jan 07, 2009 09:20 AM #2
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Jim Crawford
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Pitch, it is worthless.  From an Internet or Blogging perspective, it does absolutely nothing for SEO, or social networking.

Jan 07, 2009 09:31 AM #3
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Sean Allen
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HHHmmm, is that a bacteria garden? Sporty specimen, what are you harvesting there?

Sean Allen

Jan 07, 2009 10:04 AM #4
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Cheryl Willis
RE/MAX Solutions- OZARK MISSOURI - Mount Vernon, MO
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JIM, I agree about SEO, but there are other games to play in life too.  ( and you got your 25 pts, and I get to say have a great day- all is good)

Sean, I am not sure, hoping someone with more knowledge than I have will favor me with a 'free' 2 cents worth.

Disclaimer- I did not grow this on my own, it is a kit-

Jan 07, 2009 10:13 AM #5
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Debbie DiFonzo
Debbie DiFonzo - United Country VIP Realty, SW Missouri - Lebanon, MO
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Looks like the start of my daughter's science fair project from last year - she grew black mold - got an A.

Personally, I think the wordless game has gotten out of hand.

The photo of your son created a lot of talk and discussion - it was unique, one of a kind art. Some of the photos however, of sunsets, flowers, etc are beautiful but do not create a discussion; they are similar photos all over the Rain.

Jan 07, 2009 02:03 PM #6
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Cheryl Willis
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Deb- thanks for the kind words about my son's picture (I guarantee my dad did not like it) a big congrats to your daughter for the black mold.  I really hope that is not what my garden dish is hosting.  One of the things I really like about the wordless, is it can go anywhere as far as discussion, peers can jump in or not.  I just need one of the inspector guys to notice and save me the $$ of sending it in.  cheryl

Jan 07, 2009 02:10 PM #7
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Debbie DiFonzo
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Sorry Cheryl - thought you meant "keep or pitch" the wordless! Thought you were using the growing bacteria just as an photo to ask your question! You can delete my other comment if you want!

Jan 07, 2009 10:46 PM #8
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Kevin Corsa
H.I.S. Home Inspections (Summit, Stark Counties) - Canton, OH
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Cheryl, I would say.. if you keep it, it needs to be cleaned and sprayed with 10% bleach solution. If you pitch it, it should still be neutralized with 10% bleach solution, so as not to further polute our already poluted environment.

Looks like there may also be a high humidity problem? Run a de-humidifier for a while. :))

Jan 07, 2009 11:58 PM #9
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Cheryl Willis
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Deb- a big THANKS for giving me credit- but I am really not that profound on the WORDLESS-  I can take it or leave it, if a photo doesn't do anything for me- I pass-  no big deal.  I do enjoy a good Hi-Jack every once in a while.  Kinda surprised Jesse's tatts didn't get JACKED. 

KEVIN- thanks for confirming what I was thinking.  We are going to do a re-hab on a building with a flat roof (love them-NOT) I will have the guys hook up a de-hud until they are ready to start.

*write a post about proper disposal of remodeled home materials and I will be the first to re-blog it-  cw

Jan 08, 2009 12:44 AM #10
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Judy Jennings
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Cheryl,

I too thought you were referring to the WORDLESS thing.  I am glad a home inspector stepped up and gave you the advice you were looking for.  Good luck with the rehab (or NOT). 

Judy

Jan 11, 2009 02:28 AM #11
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