Cleaning an Overgrown Grass Airstrip - New Lawn Mower Engine is Here - #4

Hi Hive,

Welcome back to the airstrip cleanup. This is part 4.

Why a Cleanup?

I have ignored and neglected the airstrip and hangar for about 6 months and as a result, nature took over. With a fallen fence, tall overgrown grass, and a filthy hangar, the whole place is in dire need of a cleanup.

What's the plan?

So far I have taken care of the parking area which you can see in the first part, the front of the hangar in the second part and I started on the runway in the third part.

The focus now is on the entire runway.

In this part 4, I continue the work and aim to complete the whole west side of the runway. Once again I'm only using a small grasscutter but the good news is that the lawn mower's new engine (Briggs & Stratton 500e series) has arrived. Check out the unboxing in the video.

Enjoy part 4 of the cleanup!

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Stay tuned for part #4 next week. Thanks for watching!



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Saw this post already more than once..!?

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Hi @luca1777,

As much as I appreciate your comment, I'm also at the same time very disappointed.

I can totally understand that you feel like you have seen my posts more than once and I can also totally understand if this is not the kind of thing you are interested in.

However, I do understand from your comment that you never read them nor checked the videos. If you had done so, already, by just reading the title, you would have noticed the fact that these posts are different parts of the cleanup.

The cleaning of the airstrip due to its size can't be done in one day and this is the reason I'm breaking it into different parts. I however agree that they are quite similar, but each video shows different areas of the airstrip and was shot on different days.

Your hasten downvote without actually checking the content is unfair.

I'm sorry though but there are more to come. If they are of no interest to you, feel free to ignore them.

Have a great day.

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Hi @iamyohann , sorry to hurt your feelings.
I saw parts of part 1-3...i don't know exactly,
and i scrolled over this one for a fast check...
And like you admitted yourself:..they are quite similar..
Maybe you are right, and i was "fast on the trigger", but
please respect one of the reasons for down voting: disagreement on the value...and showing 5-10 similar parts of cutting the lawn is not the most creative, is it?😉
Maybe you can create your content more unique..?
If not, i will ignore it...all good.
Peace

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@luca1777

sorry to hurt your feelings

Don't worry, you didn't hurt my feelings, I was simply disappointed that you downvoted without fully checking the content and only because you thought this was the same post as the previous ones. You say it yourself, you saw "parts" of parts 1-3 and just "scrolled over" this one, meaning you didn't thoroughly read or watch them.

That said, I'm not delusional and I know that my posts are not read nor checked. It is obvious when you look at the number of votes versus the number of views on the video. Sadly this is the reality of Hive content in general.

please respect one of the reasons for down voting: disagreement on the value

I can fully respect that. If this is your reason for the downvote and not because you believe it is a duplicate post, then it's your right and that's fair.

Personally, I would be more inclined to downvote a post because of plagiarism or content I fully disagree with rather than because of the high reward value it has reached. But then, to each his own.

I saw your post a couple of weeks ago about the "Exaggerated Big Whale Upvotes" and I entirely agreed with you. I didn't think, however, that my posts fit in that category, but that's ok. In the end, I'm ok with it because I do not control who votes and how much they think it's worth (whether or not they checked the content).

similar parts of cutting the lawn is not the most creative, is it?😉
Maybe you can create your content more unique..?

Well, creativity is very subjective and what does not appear creative to you might look different from someone else's point of view.

Even though, my videos are similar, I do consider them creative, knowing the amount of time I spend on trying to capture the content with 1 camera only and finding different angles to shoot. In this video, if you had watched it, you would have seen that there was an addition compared to the previous ones, which is the unboxing of my new lawn mower engine. Maybe not creative enough for you but still different.

I'm not sure if you are familiar with video editing, but that also requires creativity, having to take a lot of raw footage and make something out of it. It's not so simple and it takes a lot of time.

I can actually return the comment to you. I've been following your account for more than a year already but never engaged with you because a lot of your content is in German which I do not understand and also because it's not always of interest to me. What I have noticed though is that most of your posts do not have many words to them (around 40 for a few of the last ones) and then the content is something sourced from other websites, whether pictures or videos. So, "Maybe you can create your content more unique..?"

Again, perception of things is different from one person to the other and I think we might be in a case where we may have to agree to disagree and it's all good.

Have a great day.

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I'm a very busy man @iamyohann , the best well rounded like in MMA.
Every "discipline" can only get as much attention as it gets right now...
I'm doing way more than Hive, still my post are unique (compared to 4 times in a row "Cleaning an Overgrown Grass Airstrip"😄).
And to "wrap up" stuff to the essential is a talent a lot of people should learn, before talking a lot without saying nothing..like politicians.
Journey well Yohann.
Peace.

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