Art From DeLeon

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  1. National anthem protests

    BTW, our resident LIEBERALS seem to forget this: It has to be pretty bad when even Snopes has to admit that the incident actually occurred. http://www.snopes.com/politics/obama/anthem.asp
  2. National anthem protests

    Given the reaction from the fans of this idiotic game, who normally have held these barely literate, criminally inclined, bred for purpose, players up as 'heroes' and role models, I must admit that I am completely surprised that these no-life, losers, actually have responded in such a negative way. Will it remain that way? I am sure that the NFL, and the various colleges will come up with a way to make them happy again. As it is, any NFL team should be treated as a Racketeering Influenced Criminal Organization, and anyone associated with said team should be investigated, and prosecuted under the RICO statutes and/or drug laws. ANY display of NFL logos should be treated as a show of participation in gang-related activity.
  3. Prayers for Las Vegas

    http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/02/cbs-legal-exec-no-sympathy-because-country-music-fans-often-are-republican/ CBS Legal Exec: No Sympathy For Vegas ‘Because Country Music Fans Often Are Republican’ I also expect our 'friends' in the MEDIA to be very critical of President Trump for mentioning "our prayers", and the word "God" in his comments regarding the victims.
  4. Nice Video

  5. Neat old Oliver prototype tractor pictures

    I only remember two farms that had Oliver tractors, one was a mile north of the place I grew up on, and all I can remember of his Oliver tractors was one was a "checkerboard" grille, either a 770 or 880 (maybe an early 1600). There had to be more Olivers than that in the area, Heller Implement in Dunlap was the dealer, and is still in business as the White dealer.
  6. Give and take word game

    yield -- sign
  7. Suitcase Weights

    Post some pictures of it, please
  8. Not over yet but...

    But they did get their ratings https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/09/10/hurricane-expert-klotzbach-irma-at-landfall-comes-in-7th-behind-1935-labor-day-storm/ BTW, the "Labor Day Storm" of 1935 was the basis for the 1949 film Key Largo.
  9. Our future "leaders"????????????

    As I have surmised, it is our 'friends' in the MEDIA who are spending soros'es money, by organizing and hiring these ANTI-Trump rioters http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2011/05/11/dont-hear-george-soros-ties-30-major-news-organizations.html Remember that there is NO organization more willing, and more capable of selling traditional American values and culture down the drain, than the MEDIA, and the 'entertainment industry' themselves. Think otherwise,? Then look at how they trash the US military, Christianity, family, and morality at every opportunity.
  10. https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us10009757#executive M 5.8 - 11km SE of Lincoln, Montana 2017-07-06 06:30:17 UTC46.881°N 112.575°W12.2 km depth Going to be kind of hard to put the blame on oil and gas drilling and "fraccing" on this, but I am confident that some airheaded "expert" from the MEDIA will attempt to do so. More likely, the SEWAGE will panic, and say that this is the first sign of the upcoming eruption of the Yellowstone "Super Volcano". CNN in 3...2...1
  11. Their aim was off

    The most interesting part was that the reporter accurately described the rifle as an AR-15, without adding any of the expected "assault rifle", or "black gun" adjectives to enhance the story. Not that that part of Houston looks like it was flooded, or suffered any damage from the hurricane but Texas does take the Second Amendment, and The Castle Doctrine muy seriously. https://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2017/09/03/texas-sheriff-warns-reminds-looters-we-believe-in-the-second-amendment-n2376617 Unlike in New Orleans after Katrina, where law enforcement ILLEGALLY seized the weapons of the homeowners.
  12. Rantoul or Bust

    Obviously, you didn't blink when you went thru Leiter, since my atlas shows a population of FIVE. All those old bank buildings had character in their architecture, God only knows how much money has went thru the door of that bank.
  13. What, NO Mention Of The 5.8 Montana Earthquake?

    At least I apologized, SOMETHING that the SEWAGE has NEVER done, when confronted with ITS FAKE 'facts' posing as 'news'. Well, I shouldn't say NEVER, since they will 'correct' a mispelled name, or some such insignificant bullshit, and even then, they will bury it almost out of sight. Remember that as "EXPERTS ON EVERYTHING", their arrogance and contempt for the intelligence of the peasants that they so despise precludes them from ever admitting that they are wrong.
  14. See If This Scan Shows Up, And Is Legible

    As you can see, John Deere is not afraid to mention IHC, and even used their tractor when it suited their purpose. Notice that it mentions the "Tractor Farming Demonstration" held at Fremont, NE in 1914, which my Dad told me that his Dad took him to. (The IHC logo shows up much better on both rear fenders of the Mogul, in the second picture.)
  15. What, NO Mention Of The 5.8 Montana Earthquake?

    Ooops, I was certain that I had read that this morning, on the Newsmax 'news' site'. In the immortal words of Rosanne Rosannadanna, 'NEVER MIND".
  16. Would be Czech something or another.
  17. Delta Dirt , Old Tanker

    One of the better places I have eaten that style of BBQ was at a restaurant/bar inside the Memphis terminal itself. I doubt if they had a pit out back on the ramp, but they sure as **** did a good job of keeping it tasty thru all the traveling it did to get it there. As an aside, I was riding on a United flight once, and they served up some quite good BBQ beef for the in-flight meal.
  18. IH Tractors on Montana Farm

    If it weren't for the Montana members on here mentioning it, NOBODY would know, just like the MEDIA NEVER mentioned the wildfires in Kansas and Oklahoma, and the Texas Panhandle last spring. (Flyover country doesn't count) But we do get to hear, ad nauseum, about the ones near Los Angeles, and once again, almost nothing about the ones burning in REAL California..
  19. Drove it onto the front wheel stops, went to raise it up, and the crossbar hits the deck release bar. Figured out a way to 44th presidential engineer it, by welding a cradle on the crossbar, then lifting the GT from the bumper. OR, I can use my 3 ton floor jack, heavy SOB that it is. Even the simplest crap turns into a major project
  20. Give and take word game

    tennis match
  21. Cornpickers book? He had been working on it for years, and finally printed 125 copies of a book which contains 802 pages, and may contain, if just a quick thumb-thru is indicative, 99 percent of what is known about harvesting ear corn. It was rather expensive at $140, including shipping, but the author said it sold out, and he will probably have another run printed. I would put it right up there with Mr. Wendall's "150 Years of ...." books.
  22. Our future "leaders"????????????

    Anyone want to bet that these fine young social justice warriors themselves PLACED the banana peel in the tree? Look back at what the MEDIA has NEVER told you about almost all of these "racist incidents", and you will find out that they were done by the 'offended party' themselves. Then one has to wonder, just how many of these well-publicized 'incidents' are PAID for by the SEWAGE of the MEDIA to generate interest,, much as I suspect MOST of the pictures of the 'looters' are PAID for and staged.
  23. Is There Any Level Ground In Pennsylvania?

    I wonder from how far away you can see this silo? http://www.sollenbergersilos.com/large.html LARGEST FARM SILO IN THE COUNTRY Possibly the largest farm silo in the country! 30' x 148', located in Berks Co. PA Equipped with an elevated floor with 12' clearance so feed truck can drive through and be quickly loaded. The silo is equipped with the Big Jim Quantum unloader, making the system capable of loading 50-plus tons per hour, and unloading 800 to 1200 pounds per minute. The silo has over 94,000 cubic feet of storage capacity, and should hold over 4,000 tons of corn silage. The total capacity will depend upon moisture content, length of cut, filling rate, grain content of the silage, and crop growing conditions. The footer required 125 cubic yards of concrete; the silo with the drive-through tunnel required over 350 yards. There is over 9 miles of steel rebar in the total project.