The results of our annual pump poll are in and it is now confirmed that most Kentucky Moms love the drum pump in all its forms and manifestations. They love this particular piece of equipment for the fact that it can easily and with very little mess extract the liquid contents from a industrial drum for use outside the drum. That is pretty much the main reason as to why Kentucky Moms love this particular piece of equipment but it should be noted that as far as reasons go it is a pretty powerful and convincing reason to rely upon.
KENTUCKY MOMS LOVE THE DRUM PUMP
This love that comes from Kentucky Moms is not just a preference but it is in fact a will of Kentucky Moms for the good of this particular piece of equipment. This sentiment might seem a bit strange to some our our loyal readers. To other readers it might not seem so strange at all. Whether or not this sentiment seems strange to any one reader probably depends upon a great number of complicated factors. And an assessment of these factors is really beyond the scope of this particular blog post. However, certain observations concerning these factors can be made.
First of all, the love of Kentucky Moms for this particular piece of equipment might seem strange because love in the form of willing the good of another is generally extended towards living beings and no inanimate objects. This is true even if the inanimate object performs a particularly useful function. When one wishes the good of an inanimate object it is unclear just what type of good we are referring to. For example, does this mean that the person wishes that the object lasts a long time without decay? One might reasonably inquire as to whether the inanimate object appreciates this love on any level.
As a mom / owner of Kentucky real estate I very much appreciate the ability to store a drum pump in my garage. Owning a home allows a person to store all manner of possessions within the four walls of the structure. But the possession I would like to focus on in this blog post is the possession articulated in the title of this blog post. Now there are many reasons why storing a drum pump is a particularly good possession to store in a garage and describing why this is the case will be the primary purpose of the two paragraphs to follow.
THERE’S A DRUM PUMP IN MY GARAGE BY GOLLY!
The many millions of moms / owners of real estate in Kentucky who happen to love it as we do know full well why storing a drum pump in their garage is one of the best reasons to own a home in Kentucky (and love doing so in the process). For the benefit of those who own real estate in other states or who live in Kentucky but do not own the property on which they happen to live I shall endeavor to explain the benefits involved in this particular activity.
Now let us get to the meat and potatoes of this blog post. I shall not beat around the bush about this but rather get right into the substance as to why storing a drum pump within the garage of the real estate located in Kentucky that you happen to love. There is only a half of a paragraph left in which to impart this information so I imagine I better get to it soon otherwise there will not remain enough words to fully give this topic the attention it most definitely deserves. I owe this to all the loyal readers of this blog.
The newest craze among Kentucky Moms is using a drum pump as a means of working from home. I realize this might sound a little strange but please hear me out. Working from home can be a liberating experience for moms across the Blue Grass State. When you work from home you no longer have to get dressed up in the morning. You no longer have a power hungry supervisor looking over your shoulder to catch you surfing the web. You no longer have to deal with annoying co-workers coughing every three minutes and gossiping about you in the break room when they think you cannot hear them.
WORK FROM HOME WITH A DRUM PUMP
Many people who work from home are in sales. Now, sales people can sell all manner of products including drum pumps. The business model is simple. First you store a bunch of drum pumps in your garage, basement and / or attic. Next, you set up a website where people can order a drum pump from you. Then you sit in front of your computer refreshing the screen every two minutes until you receive an order. When an order finally appears on your screen you pack up the drum pump in a box and ship it out to the customer.
Once you complete the shipment you return to your computer screen and refresh again every two minutes until another order comes in. When another order comes in you repeat the process. Do this every day from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm. Feel free to take an hour off for lunch in the middle of the day. You can also take a fifteen minute coffee break every three hours or so. This is the perfect business model for a Kentucky mom working from home. Imagine all the happy customers on the other end frolicking with their shiny new drum pumps!