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Old 02-29-2012, 02:12 AM   #2283
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You done good . There's just enough there for one.
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MH is broke, so I'll have to put some gravy in an envelop and mail it... someplace.

Did I tell you what I give out for Halloween? Scoops of ice cream.
she still in the hospital?
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Yeah, motor is in, but still have to put the axle back under it and other stuff. Tried to get me for $70 to replace perfectly good spark plug boots. Come on; only 16k on the stock ones.
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16k? They're 4k over due!!
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16k? They're 4k over due!!
For sparkplug boots?

Since we're still going, let us bring up the subject of yer favorite brand of bacon .

Me, it's used to be John Morell, but I found Farmland brand fries up and tastes better in the thick sliced .
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Went to Kroger's today and found Hereford Beef with gravy, Corned Beef, but no Corned Beef Hash. Bought some Hormel Corned Beef and Roast Beef Hash.
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For sparkplug boots?

Since we're still going, let us bring up the subject of yer favorite brand of bacon .

Me, it's used to be John Morell, but I found Farmland brand fries up and tastes better in the thick sliced .
Oh yeah... 12k miles is the limit on boots


Farmland... mmmm
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Steel toe or regular?
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Dang it. I missed the irv2 breakfast this mornin'. lol

I bet no one showed up anyway. HMPH! LOL
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Dang it. I missed the irv2 breakfast this mornin'. lol

I bet no one showed up anyway. HMPH! LOL
Dun worry, we can whip ya up a batch of old buttermilk pancakes with some of my strawberries I sliced up and frozen last year, mmmmm good , especially drowned a little in marion berry and huckleberry syrup .

Toss some Lumberjack giant sausage links on the griddle and fry 'em up, then make ya up some eggs and hash to go with it.

Top it off with a pot of hot black coffee, Ice cold Milk and Orange juice and we'll be good to go .
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Maybe this'll kill it:

Next one to post on this thread gets to scrub my black tank with their toothbrush.

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Maybe this'll kill it:

Next one to post gets to scrub my black tank with their toothbrush.

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Sure, just need a sawzall to get that tank of yers open so I can start scrubbing . Reassembly afterwards will of course be your responsibility .
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Take it out and mail it to me with a pre-paid return label.
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Sure, just need a sawzall to get that tank of yers open so I can start scrubbing . Reassembly afterwards will of course be your responsibility .

Gah! Thwarted by a fellow redneck. I shoulda known.
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