Hammock Hardware

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Hammock Hardware
Hammock Hardware is listed in the Hardware Stores category in Largo, Florida. Displayed below is the only current social network for Hammock Hardware which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Hammock Hardware on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 70.

Hammock Hardware offers Hardware Stores services in Largo FL.

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"Hammock Hardware" - ZapScore Report

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Hammock Hardware has an overall ZapScore of 70. This means that Hammock Hardware has a higher ZapScore than 70% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Largo, Florida is 37 and in the Hardware Stores category is 49. Learn more about ZapScore

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Hammock Hardware shared Caribbean Car Wash & Auto Repair's post.
SENIORS DAY EVERY WEDNESDAY ! $2.00 OFF THE REG. PRICE OF ANY WASH ! VETERAN DISCOUNT ! $3.00 OFF "THE EXECUTIVE" $5.00 OFF "THE WORKS" OIL CHANGE STARTING AT $29.95....MOST CARS !!! 14340 Walsingham Rd. LARGO. 727-593-2717

New Watering Restrictions as of 5/8/17! Make sure you know your schedule and make sure there are no local restrictions that affect you as well! We all need to do our part. Just because we got a little rain last night does not mean we are not in a drought situation any more! http://www.pinellascounty.org/utilities/water-restrict.htm
This notification information is for Pinellas County Utilities customers only. Email notification not available for reclaimed water users. If you receive water from a municipality, check with your water supplier for restrictions information.

Hammock Hardware shared Mike Rowe's photo.
As Mike said, thank you for my hot showers, cold beer and my daily TV entertainment!
Guess what? It’s National Lineman Appreciation Day. Swear to God. A few years ago, the Senate passed Resolution 95, which officially designates April 18th as the day in which all sane and thoughtful Americans should pause to recognize both the profession and the individual contributions of linemen. Of course, the absurd thing about this Resolution, is that it only sets aside one day for said recognition. One day? Seriously? What are they thinking? This should be a month long event. A week at the very least! Here’s the deal - if all the linemen (and women) called in sick for just one day, things would get very cold, very hot, and very dark - very fast. If they all stay home for a week? Pandemonium. Chaos. Dogs and cats, livin’ together. I did this job for a day in Wyoming, and walked funny all month. These men (and women) are on call around the clock. They are fearless and dedicated and crazy brave. And they are quite possibly the toughest bunch of professionals I’ve had the pleasure to hang out with in a very long time. So thanks men, (and women) for keeping my shower hot, my beer cold, and my computer humming along in a (mostly) Clean and Well-Lighted Place. Mike PS. If this post appears vaguely familiar, it's because I originally posted it three years ago today. I didn't remember till I got halfway through a new post, and was overcome with a sense of deja vu. Turns out the old one was better than my new one, so apologies for the redux. Likewise, in the spirit of oldies but goodies, give this a listen. http://bit.ly/1EPpcNy Were it up to be, this would be played on every radio station, every April 18th, at 9am. I might even make it mandatory, were I in a position of power...

Hammock Hardware shared Mike Rowe's photo.
A voice of reason and a man of action. Keep up the good work and the reasonable words Mike!
So I’m flicking around, searching for enlightenment - you know, like a good citizen - when I learn that CNN is still “the most trusted name in news.” I notice this, because they tell me so every ten minutes. This is comforting. I think it’s important that journalists be trusted. Meanwhile, over at FOX, I am assured that everything is still “fair and balanced.” I know this, because they tell me so every ten minutes. This is comforting. I believe it’s important for journalists to be fair and balanced. Unfortunately, neither FOX nor CNN seem to believe anything the other is saying. Right now, CNN is telling me the “Susan Rice Scandal,” is completely fake, and being perpetuated by the partisans over at FOX. At the same time, FOX is explaining that the “Russian Conspiracy” is completely fake, and being driven by the partisans over at CNN. (Judge Jeanine was trying to walk me through it a few moments ago, but sadly, her head exploded.) So I flick back over to CNN, where Don Lemmon is promising not to insult my intelligence by reporting on Susan Rice, until there's something resembling proof. But over on NBC, Susan Rice just told me she “didn’t leak nothing to nobody.” Isn’t that like saying there’s nobody she didn’t leak nothing to? Look - I have no wish to insult Don’s intelligence, or Susan's, or the people at Harvard, who no doubt cautioned her about the perils of double-negatives. But if The Ambassador did not in fact, "leak nothing to nobody," wouldn't that suggest she leaked "something to everyone?" Back on FOX, Bill O’Reilly seems to agree with that assessment, but The Washington Post has told me that Bill can no longer be trusted, because he said Maxine Waters wears a wig she stole from James Brown. Wait. What? Honestly, I’ve never seen anything like it. All the anchors have that same bulging vein in their forehead. The same piece of spittle forming in the corners of their mouth. Everyone seems determined to make absolutely sure I completely understand that NOBODY has a shred of evidence to substantiate ANYTHING. Which begs the question - what if they all succeed? Psst… Wanna see something real? Watch the Season Finale of Bering Sea Gold on Discovery. It’s on tonight at 10pm Eastern, and its audience has nearly doubled in size this year. Why? I mean, aside from the amazing narrator? Maybe, it’s because people are so sick of fake news, it’s a relief to see real people sucking up real gold underneath the real ice off the coast of a very real place, called Nome, Alaska. Or, if you know how to program your fake DVR, you might want to record Season 13 of Deadliest Catch, this coming Tuesday. That’s right – Season 13. You want to know why Deadliest Catch has been on 13 years? I mean, aside from it’s amazing narrator? It’s because you can’t give talking points to ice. And you can’t script The Bering Sea. Oh look! Back on Tucker Carlson, I see Elizabeth Warren and Rachel Dolezal - A "fake Indian" and a "fake black woman." I wonder what they’re up to? I bet they would enjoy a few weeks on a crab boat, surrounded by reality, 275 miles northwest of Dutch Harbor... Hell, I’d watch that! Mike PS If you can’t take another second of this, there’s a fantastic podcast with an amazing narrator that tells 5-minute true stories. According to unnamed sources, Susan Rice has called them “the most unfakeist stuff that's never not been unlistened to.” The newest one is here…mikerowe.com/podcast.

Our newest staff member, Lager! He works for dog treats! Now if only we could train him to go get stuff off the shelf for us... Thanks for letting Lager and Nemo visit Liz! And now for a shameless plug of our friend Liz: www.LizardRealty.com and www.barrettbeachbungalows.com