Steve C.

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About Steve C.

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    Southwestern Illinois (St. Louis area)
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    Grandkids, '06 - '86 series Internationals, Datsun Z's, late 60's / early '70's rock, tractor pulls (preferably 6 cyl. smokers), fishing, power tools, history.

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  1. I'm a racist and didn't even know it.....

    Proud to be deplorable instead of despicable.
  2. Songs about farming

    A gritty little ditty about rural banking (and lyrics, if you're so inclined): I've always been a religious man, I've always been a religious man, but I met the banker and it felt like sin, he turned my bailout down The Banker Man, he lit into me, lit into me, lit into me, the Banker Man, he lit into me and spread my name around He thinks I ain't got a lick of sense cause I talk slow and my money's spent, now, I ain't the type to hold it against, but he better stay off my farm Cause it was my Daddy's and his Daddy's before, and his Daddy's before and his Daddy's before, five generations and an unlocked door and a loaded burglar alarm Lots of pictures of my purty family, lots of pictures of my purty family, lots of pictures of my purty family in the house where I was born House has stood through five tornadoes, droughts, floods, and five tornadoes, I'd rather wrassle an alligator than to face the Banker's scorn 'Cause he won't even look me in the eye, just takes my land and apologize, with pen, paper, and a friendly smile, he says the deed is done The sound you hear is my Daddy spinning, the sound you hear is my Daddy spinning, the sound you hear is my Daddy spinning over what the Banker done Like to invite him for some pot roast beef and mashed potatoes and sweet tea, follow it up with some banana pudding and a walk around the farm Show him the view from McGee Town Hill, let him stand in my shoes and see how it feels, to lose the last thing on earth that's real, I'd rather lose my legs and arms Buried his body in the old sink hole, buried his body in the old sink hole, bury his body in the old sink hole under cold November sky Then damned if I wouldn't go to church on Sunday, damned if I wouldn't go to church on Sunday, damned if I wouldn't go to church on Sunday and look the preacher in the eye. Songwriters: Patterson Hood
  3. A Line up of Red. The A team

    So, where do you live?
  4. A simple pleasure

    Yeah. He probably identified as a congressman.
  5. Lets see some steps

    Did your seven come from the factory with wedge lock wheels?
  6. And I thought I was just deplorable....

    12 years of indoctrination a.k.a. public education. Especially urban public education.
  7. And I thought I was just deplorable....

    Same here in Illinois.
  8. IH Tractors on Montana Farm

    My grandpa pulled Dad's 494 JD planter quite a ways one day without realizing one of the seed boxes had fallen off. He got a mark on the other end of the field and never looked away from it. Like you said, it was something to be proud of. And if I remember right, it was practical because they checked the corn.
  9. Anyone see the new Tesla Semi

    Wall E is a great movie. Pretty close to what we're seeing happen now. Most people seeking pleasure and entertainment above all else.
  10. New joke

    Sledgehammer: HA HA HA
  11. What have many become? Morons...

    Do the recipients appreciate what you're giving them?
  12. as God is my witness

    Agreed - always liked Bailey.
  13. Ah, the good old days...

    I was there then. It was a good time to be around. Sad to see that our grandkids are going to have to deal with the b.s. that's coming on so strong now.
  14. failed oil filter ?

    Wix filter on my '92 GMC van developed a sudden leak after a cold start on a really cold morning a few years ago. It was several thousand miles in to the oil change, which I did, so I know installation had nothing to do with it. I still buy Wix.
  15. as God is my witness

    The turkey episode was my first exposure to WKRP . I was immediately hooked. WKRP and the old Bob Newhart show were, in my opinion, two of the best sit-coms ever.