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#1 kerryfromct

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Posted 09 January 2006 - 08:23 AM

:P where is my mag.........my neighbor gets his copy 2weeks before I.......why.his last name begins with -f- and mine -I-.......can you esplane to me

#2 Farmall Power

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Posted 10 January 2006 - 09:55 PM

mail man wanted to read it first :D

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I own, 1957 A100 Golden anniversary, 1967 1100, 1972 1110, 1973 1210 IH pickups
10, f-12's, 2 F-14's, F-20nt, W-12. W-6, M, A, 600d sn: 2012,plus #2 little wonder plow and several little genius plow. NO:9 mower on rubber.
Farm with 7140 MFD, 3688, F826D and what ever else is on the lot or handy.

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Posted 11 January 2006 - 12:02 PM

Hopefully you did not do what I did in november-december? Let my subscription run out :rolleyes: and wondered where my mag was.

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Posted 14 May 2006 - 07:14 AM

kerryfromct,...
I'm a fairly contented fellow on the pleasant side of the Mississippi River, but mine's not here yet, either. :( Taking a clue from Ernest, if it doesn't show up in Monday's mail, I'll give them a call and see if my subscription lapsed. <_<
(I wonder if the Content Bone is connected to the Forget Bone? ^_^
RedTed/MO,
...who is the really rather pleasant and contented 66-year-old gentlekeeper of a Super C in n.e. Missouri,
and an incurable cancer named Alfie in the left frontal lobe of his brain.