Greenjackets Baseball & the Nuthouse

Written by James Stafford Tuesday, May 08 2012


What's more American than apple pie?  What about Mom or even Willie Nelson? It's Minor League Baseball.  Unlike Major League Baseball, minor league baseball is played in small and medium sized markets.  It allows a closeness to the game that cannot be gained in large markets.

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Nuthouse Returns Corn to the Grill

Written by Skylar Thomas Wednesday, February 01 2012


After 30 plus years and 20 plus billion in subsidies, the federal government begrudgingly admitted that corn ethanol was not such a bright idea after all. Thought to reduce our dependence on foreign oil and be more environmentally friendly, ethanol proved to decrease mileage, increase wear and tear on engines, and drive up the price of corn, all while being subsidized by the American taxpayer to the tune of 45 cents per gallon. Its use has been decried by sources as divergent as Sen. John McCain to Vice President Al Gore (who did admit his earlier support of the program was due to pandering to Iowa corn farmers during his presidential run).

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Stud Cutting

Written by James Stafford Thursday, January 19 2012


Here at the nuthouse, we offer a stud cutting service. What is that excactly you might ask? Simply put, we take large pieces of fully threaded rod (usually 12 foot) and cut them into smaller pieces per order. It sounds simple but there is a little more to it than hacking up some rod with a chop saw.

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