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Old 05-16-2013, 03:35 PM   #6147
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Level, Section, Row, Seat. Great game it was and such a great seat.
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Old 05-16-2013, 04:26 PM   #6148
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Yeah, them too.
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Yoooou Guyyys...... crack me up! Hahaha
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Old 05-17-2013, 03:16 PM   #6150
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Yoooou Guyyys...... crack me up! Hahaha
Oh Oh, another poor soul pulled into the web of thread killer sad humor!!
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Old 05-17-2013, 06:22 PM   #6151
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Ya, it is all Dunner's fault....

No, just fits my dry humor. Besides, keep going off topic on the other posts and get the moderator to spank me....

Oh no, now they will ban me!

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Old 05-18-2013, 12:38 AM   #6152
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Which is the better, cheaper to operate and gets good mileage? Cat or the Cummings?
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In my experience they will get similar mileage. Operating costs will be very similar other than if you need major parts as Cat parts usually are more expensive. On some of the engines of similar HP ratings the the Cummins will have more torque.
On a more serious note Bacon is good for breakfast lunch or dinner!
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Bacon is not good for making human consumption jerky.
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Bacon is not good for making human consumption jerky.
I was trying to think of something to say in regard to this comment, but I am at a loss....

I better go eat some bacon and get a cup of coffee.... maybe that will provide some insperation....

"human comsumption jerky"...
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I mean bacon as such. I believe they do make something like Bacon-Bits or Bac-Os, that is made with real bacon, but nothing like they make for dogs.
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Interesting!

I think I am going to go vegan.... Not!
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I mean bacon as such. I believe they do make something like Bacon-Bits or Bac-Os, that is made with real bacon, but nothing like they make for dogs.
I toured a plant years ago where they make wieners. Need I say more.
I used to have a big golden Labrador dog and if you gave him a wiener he would growl and show his teeth. If is wasn't good for him I'm not touching it.

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Hot dogs build up your immunity.
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Oh ya, they are so filled with hormones, steroids, antibiotics and maybe even other good stuff that they will put hair on your chest... of course it may make your hair on you head fall out, but can't have everything....
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