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    billy goat
  • A male goat

  • The domestic goat (Capra aegagrus hircus) is a subspecies of goat domesticated from the wild goat of southwest Asia and Eastern Europe. The goat is a member of the Bovidae family and is closely related to the sheep as both are in the goat-antelope subfamily Caprinae.

  • Billy Goat was a band playing rock, funk and Latin styles from 1989 to 1997. Originating in Denton, Texas, Billy Goat was popular in the Dallas and Austin scenes including Deep Ellum and became known for its wild stage antics including playing naked.Robert Wilonsky dallasobserver.

  • billy: male goat





    equipment
  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service

  • The necessary items for a particular purpose

  • Mental resources

  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items

  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.

  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.





    lawn
  • An area of short, mown grass in a yard, garden, or park

  • a field of cultivated and mowed grass

  • Lawn is a Dutch Alternative-Indie rock band. They have released two albums: Lawn-dro-mat (2000) and Backspace (2003). Their song Fix (from Backspace) includes a duet with Anneke van Giersbergen, the former vocalist from fellow Dutch band The Gathering.

  • A lawn is an area of aesthetic and recreational land planted with grasses or other low durable plants, which usually are maintained at a lower and consistent height. Low ornamental meadows in natural landscaping styles are a contemporary option of a lawn.











billy goat lawn equipment - Swisher WB11524




Swisher WB11524 Predator 24-Inch 11.5 HP Gas Self-Propelled Brush Cutter


Swisher WB11524 Predator 24-Inch 11.5 HP Gas Self-Propelled Brush Cutter



Tired of handheld trimmers that just cant cut the tough stuff The Swisher Roughcut Mower is ideal for cutting trails through the woods and clearing fields and ditches year-round. The Predator self-propelled walk-behind can clear the densest undergrowth and saplings up to 1 1/2in. diameter with ease. It can clear 2/3 of an acre per hour. Not for sale in California. U.S.A. Engine Displacement (cc): 334, Start Type: Recoil, Drive: Self propelled, Transmission: Rear wheel drive, Cutting Width (in.): 24, Engine: Briggs & Stratton, Engine Model: 217802-4145-F1, Rated Power (HP): 11.5, Torque (ft./lbs.): 6.25, Deck Material: 11 gauge welded steel, Cutting Height (in.): 4.65, Cutting Styles: Discharge, Cutting Speeds: 4 plus reverse, Max. Cutting Speed (MPH): 2.12, Blade Type: Single, fixed, hardened steel, Fuel Tank Capacity (qt.): 3, Rear Tire Size (in.): 8 x 4

Ideal for cutting trails through the woods and clearing fields and ditches year-round, the 24-inch Predator brush cutter clears the densest undergrowth and saplings up to 1-1/2 inches in diameter. Clearing up to 2/3 of an acre per hour, this self-propelled walk-behind features a 11-1/2-horsepower Briggs & Stratton engine and a heavy-duty cutting deck. Its single, fixed hardened-steel blade zips through brush and saplings like butter. Handlebar mounted controls are easily accessed for total control and safety. Ergonomic handles ensure optimal comfort-even on extended jobs. Large pneumatic tires roll easily over the rowdiest terrain for smooth cutting in all conditions. A four-speed transmission is great for climbing or cruising, and a reverse mode is handy for backing out of trouble. Front and side safety deflectors protect against flying debris. And, the Predator's blade is enclosed for maximum safety. --Brian Olson










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5296Famous Billy Goat Tavern




5296Famous Billy Goat Tavern






Birth of a Chicago Legend

The original Billy Goat Tavern location was "born" in 1934 when Greek immigrant, William "Billy Goat" Sianis, purchased the Lincoln Tavern. Billy Goat bought the tavern for $205, with a check that bounced but was later repaid with sales from the first weekend. The tavern was located across from the Chicago Stadium (now United Center) and attracted mainly sports fans. Sianis became known as "Billy Goat," when a goat fell off a passing truck and wandered inside. Sianis adopted the goat, grew a goatee, acquired the nickname "Billy Goat," and changed the name of the bar to the Billy Goat Tavern.
The Republican Convention came to town in 1944 and Billy Goat posted a sign saying, "No Republicans allowed." This caused the tavern to be packed with Republicans demanding to be served, and led to local fame for the savvy Billy Goat, publicity stunt master.
In 1964, Billy Goat moved his tavern to its present subterranean location. Since then, the Billy Goat Tavern has expanded to include locations on Washington Street (Loop), Wells Street (South Loop), the "Billy Goat Inn" on Madison Avenue (United Center), Navy Pier, O'Hare (Terminal !, Concourse C), and coming soon, Washington D.C.
The Curse of the Billy Goat

The Cubs were born the Chicago White Stockings in 1876, one of eight inaugural teams. The team would go on to win the first National league Championship and would become one of sports first dynasties by winning six of the first eleven championship titles (1876, 1880-82, 1885-86). The modern day "Cubs" would come into existence in 1903, and continue their success posting a record in wins in 1906 with 116 games won. This would also be their first pennant win as the "Cubs." The World Series title would be lost to their cross town rivals, the White Sox.

The following year, after a repeat pennant, they would go on to win their first World Series title in 1907. They returned the following year to win their second (and last) World Series becoming the first team in baseball to win back to back World Series Titles.

The Cubs continued their success capturing pennants in 1910, 1918 and an astounding four pennants in a ten year span (1929, 1932, 1935, 1938). The Cubs would play in the World Series in each of those years. Their final pennant would come in 1945, the year the Cubs faced the Detroit Tigers and a local Chicago saloon owner named William "Billy Goat" Sianis with his goat, Murphy.

From 1876 to 1945, The Chicago Cubs were one of the most successful baseball teams in the country. They would post a 5475-4324 (.559) record, with 51 winning seasons, 16 first place finishes, and 16 pennants and World Series appearances. They would win two World Series titles and six Championship titles in that span. This would come to a screeching halt in game four of the 1945 World Series. 1945- "Who Stinks Now?"

October 6th, a sad day in Cubs history. The Cubs entered game four of the World Series leading the Detroit Tigers 2 games to 1, and needing to win only two of the next four games played at Wrigley Field. A local Greek, William "Billy Goat" Sianis, owner of the Billy Goat Tavern and a Cubs fan, bought two tickets to Game four. Hoping to bring his team good luck he took his pet goat, Murphy, with him to the game. At the entrance to the park, the Andy Fran ushers stopped Billy Goat from entering saying that no animals are allowed in the park. Billy Goat, frustrated, appealed to the owner of the Cubs, P.K. Wrigley. Wrigley replied, "Let Billy in, but not the goat." Billy Goat asked, "Why not the goat?" Wrigley answered, "Because the goat stinks." According to legend, the goat and Billy were upset, so then Billy threw up his arms and exclaimed, "The Cubs ain't gonna win no more. The Cubs will never win a World Series so long as the goat is not allowed in Wrigley Field." The Cubs were officially cursed. Subsequently, the Cubs lost game four, and the remaining series getting swept at home and from the World Series. Billy Goat promptly sent a telegram to P.K. Wrigley, stating, "Who stinks now?" For the next twenty years, throughout the remainder of Billy Goat's life the Cubs would finish each season at 5th place or lower, establishing a pattern that would reverse the Cubs luck and term the team "The Lovable Losers." The World Series would become a dream, and "wait 'til next year" would become the team's motto. From 1946 to 2003, the Cubs would post a 4250-4874 (.466) record, have only 15 winning seasons, finish in first place a mere 3 times, have no pennants, no World Series appearances let alone wins, with only four post season experiences (1984, 1989, 1998, 2003) resulting in a complete reversal of their fortunes. The Cubs were and are a cursed franchise.














Billy Goat Tavern




Billy Goat Tavern





Merci chows on a cheezeborger in the basement Billy Goat Tavern, off Michigan Avenue. This place has become a re-enactment of a parody of itself; playing off the Saturday Night Live sketch "no fries-chips" etc. Still, there is something quintessentially Chicago in here; earthy self-promotion underground staying warm eating greasy meat with thick people wearing thick coats.









billy goat lawn equipment








billy goat lawn equipment




Swisher WB11524 Predator 24-Inch 11.5 HP Gas Self-Propelled Brush Cutter






Tired of handheld trimmers that just cant cut the tough stuff The Swisher Roughcut Mower is ideal for cutting trails through the woods and clearing fields and ditches year-round. The Predator self-propelled walk-behind can clear the densest undergrowth and saplings up to 1 1/2in. diameter with ease. It can clear 2/3 of an acre per hour. Not for sale in California. U.S.A. Engine Displacement (cc): 334, Start Type: Recoil, Drive: Self propelled, Transmission: Rear wheel drive, Cutting Width (in.): 24, Engine: Briggs & Stratton, Engine Model: 217802-4145-F1, Rated Power (HP): 11.5, Torque (ft./lbs.): 6.25, Deck Material: 11 gauge welded steel, Cutting Height (in.): 4.65, Cutting Styles: Discharge, Cutting Speeds: 4 plus reverse, Max. Cutting Speed (MPH): 2.12, Blade Type: Single, fixed, hardened steel, Fuel Tank Capacity (qt.): 3, Rear Tire Size (in.): 8 x 4

Ideal for cutting trails through the woods and clearing fields and ditches year-round, the 24-inch Predator brush cutter clears the densest undergrowth and saplings up to 1-1/2 inches in diameter. Clearing up to 2/3 of an acre per hour, this self-propelled walk-behind features a 11-1/2-horsepower Briggs & Stratton engine and a heavy-duty cutting deck. Its single, fixed hardened-steel blade zips through brush and saplings like butter. Handlebar mounted controls are easily accessed for total control and safety. Ergonomic handles ensure optimal comfort-even on extended jobs. Large pneumatic tires roll easily over the rowdiest terrain for smooth cutting in all conditions. A four-speed transmission is great for climbing or cruising, and a reverse mode is handy for backing out of trouble. Front and side safety deflectors protect against flying debris. And, the Predator's blade is enclosed for maximum safety. --Brian Olson










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