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    I would like to have a device that when I get a scam call or telemarketer I can flip a breaker and send 10,000,000 volts back their phone line frying their phone and giving them second degree burns on their ear
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    Hey now. My wife drives a subaru and we are republicans/Trump voters. We are hardworking conservative people who we not given anything in life. I can say we are somewhat disappointed that the drama in Washington never settled down after the president took office. Back to the original post Alexandria Cortez does not share the values of the majority of rural America. She is an educated idiot. Those of us that provide for ourselves (and provide for others) have a hard time accepting the entitlement mentality. Our personal tax liability is great enough. The last thing I want to do is pay more tax to support those who choose not to apply themselves.
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    Putting them up for the winter ! And one new one .All been through tie rod ends bushed and greasable now .They are good for about 40 fast enough loaded !
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    You need to have your spine removed, and have your vocal cords relocated so you can talk out your ....
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    We redone our kitchen 5 or 6 years ago. Ripped out all the cupboards and rearranged. The new island countertop was to long and wide so we sent it back to be shortened up. So I never did screw the 2 cabinets together or top down. This afternoon was good day to do it and glue / nail backboard on. Just have the toe kick to finish when this dry’s and will be done. So far have remodeled about 99% of house myself.
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    My pet peeve is people directing traffic from their cars. Just plane irritating when the moral traffic laws are thrown out the window just because someone wants to be nice. Let me just say that if you are across from me at a 4 way stop and you are going straight and l’m going left, just drive and don’t sit there for 5 minutes while we are doing a stare down because I don’t know what in the heck you doing and then nicely wave me to do what isn’t supposed to happen. It would have been less confusing and faster for both of us if you would just have followed what your supposed to do for crying out loud... rant over....
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    How can you fix a tire that has a 6" hole blown out in the sidewall ? Certainly not by hooking it up to an air chuck? That's about all comprehensive immigration reform would do without fixing the border first
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    Winter Project was put up for sale. Got held up by some mexican bandits. The short lil pepper shot everything but himself! Gettn rough in Texas....
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    Last time I checked you can't get a complete kit from Case IH , one sleeve and piston at a time and all the gaskets separate . I talked to our Hy Cap rep and before they went to Maxforce I was trying to get them to go talk to Federal Mogal and have them start making the dry sleeve kits and the wet sleeved kits for the smaller IH motors. Like I said before , pay a few hundred dollars more and not have to worry about the quality , I hate doing stuff twice especially on my dollar . We used OEM and the Red Power overhaul kits for my entire carrier at IH and Case IH and I can honestly tell all of you never had one problem , ever !! This sucks that the small guys get bought out and there goes the quality goes down the tube . Danny
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    My complaint is with people that have low situational awareness, the people who don't seem to have any idea of what's going on around them. Good examples are: The person who rides the escalator to the top, doesn't know where to turn, so just stops, oblivious to the full set of stairs riding up behind. I yell KEEP GOING! The idiot who pulls into an intersection when there's no room on the other side successfully locking the whole block! The dummy in the airport security line who seems to have no idea that he needs to make sure his bag gets sucked into the machine. I yell PUSH IT IN! The same dummies who don't seem to hear the TSA persons admonition "take all metal out of your pockets" and all the rest of their instructions. The woman who thinks her huge assortment of bracelets will pass through the metal detector! The space shots who walk through a crowded area reading their phones. The same ones who keep walking forward while turning their heads to read a sign. Stop, get out of the way, read your damned phone, and don't block my progress! I'm sure I could go on and I'm sure everyone here has encountered these idiots and more. Thanks, rant over and I feel better!
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    Exactly. OEM means nothing if CIH isn't building the kit.
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    I would like to have a device in my truck that would continually send the message "LOOK UP" to any and all cell phones within a 1/4 mile of me.
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    Finally got out for a little ride today to try out the new to me sled. So far seems good. Got a bit of snow today but was a nasty south wind and blew all the snow around. Oh well were heading to the mountains tomorrow so we should find snow lol
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    Ok so how about we build a border wall out of solar panels, sell all the electricity to Mexico and then tada Mexico pays for the wall.
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    My great uncle praised their DC4 Case quite proudly, I’m told it was a sure footed well balanced rig, it pulled out many a bigger machine. One of our neighbors from back when tells a story about being mired bad and thought it would be the end to Uncle David’s reign, as the neighbor said “I was holding the brakes and he still pulled me out”
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    When you start out you don't have enough equity for a lein to cover you screwing up. So they put a lein to protect the taxpayers money i borrowed. Cost a little over 3000 a acre to grow burley. So my current tobacco crop catches about a $300,000 in inputs. Their half price rates save me a few thousand on operating loan. As i don't have the whole $300,000 in cash to grow and harvest the crop. Save money anywhere i can. Don't file as a partner tryed to make the reasoning simple and not be A-hole.
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    Four words of good advice, concur! best, randy
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    The “mouth of the south”. Always a good listen. I think my favorite is the one about the raccoon hunt and the wild cat. “Somebody shoot up in here, one of us has got to get some relief!”
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    And everywhere else it has been tried. Without exception!
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    While this ain't true for me it may fit some of you!
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    We had some fun and there was a couple nice sunsets. We get immune to the sunsets, they happen every day...had one tonight I think..
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    My son is out standing in his field
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    I had to try this and it works. Ive looking looking at getting out this b 1210 needle bearing from the input shaft . I did not have the puller to get it out. So I looked on you tube and there were a number of ways to do it . One showed using bread🤔. Well that’s worth a shot. Need a bolt in this case a 3/4 . Wrap the threads with electric tape to seal it tight. A 1/4-20 hex bolt inside the oil passage to block the bread. They tell you to wet the bread ,that doesn’t work. Use it right out of the bag and pack it into the bearing. I tried packing into the bearing with arbor press ,to slow just squeezes wet bread out around clearance. Put shaft in a vice and hit it bolt with hammer. That did it , keep packing in bread into bearing bore as it comes out and keep smacking it till it comes out of bore. Well ,some jobs take two months of thinking to do 5 minutes worth of work. 🤷‍♂️🤔👀🤓😂👍🏿🚜 i heard of using thick grease, only seen it done once. I think the bread is so much cleaner and easier to clean up . 👍🏿 I ate the rest of the bread 🍞👀👍🏿
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    Found this little guy from a friend of mine this week and we'll you know how that goes !!!
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    Tony I really think that because of the ads they ran in the very late 50's and early 60's that it ruined me on the older tractors. Everything was the "new and modern look". Space age. ECT. SO I really don't care for the looks of most tractors built before 59/60. Rick
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    Now that would be thinking with your noggin! My neighbors say that the only thing that they have not seen me do with my excavator is tie my shoes!!
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    Mike Neuman, At my age, I'm drawing blanks on your request, so I drained the swamp to see what I could come up in my computer. This is a D-5 Ag Caterpillar. The gentleman who owned it leased my wife's uncle's farmland at Colfax, Washington. That's Palouse country, but not what you asked for. Then I ran onto this one from 2010, when Farmall Kid rented this Cat D-5 with dozer and ripper to build some road around his place. Sadly, we had to return it to the rental outfit. So next I typed in, "cat comb palo" and this photograph came up. It is not my photograph, but since it was on the internet, I grabbed it just like some of us born in 1943 do occasionally. I have the photo contributed to Harold Roun, whom I'm not familiar with? And I'm good at entering things with typos, and when I go to look for them, they don't come up, because I'm spelling it correctly. I'm hoping this is the photo you're looking for? I was reasonably certain you weren't asking about this D-5 Caterpillar? I can't remember if these were built specifically during WWII only, or were just an experiment? The Tyler Brother's collection had this one and it now belongs to Caterpillar in Peoria. They put D-6 six cylinder engines in a D-4, basically! The bottom colored photo was when Caterpillar had arrived to load the gaggle of Caterpillar tractors the Tyler's sons sold to Cat. Gary😉 PS: The 30 hp Minneapolis double simple steam engine above, setting beside the D-5 is now near Roger's back yard. Our mutual friend, Jerred Ruble bought it from the Tylers late last year.
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    Interesting operation you have there. Thanks for posting the pics.
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    Great pictures Orin!! Nice that you had a dry enough spring to get planted, even if harvesting it was difficult at least there was a harvest. It was tough around here for everyone, the longest stretch of days without measurable rain was nine days in a row. That was just this last December!
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    Most women just want a little reassurance, like when she says "you wanna see crazy!!!" Assure her that you do not!!!
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    I’d like to ask a question. And I’d like serious info if anybody knows. Why did the caravan of migrants go to Tiajuana? They were in Mexico City at one point. I’m not familiar with Mexico, but looking at a map Brownsville Tx. looks to be half the distance that Tiajuana is from Mexico City. Isn’t there a desert between The Baja peninsula and Arazona? They traveled twice the distance and through a desert to avoid Texas? sounds like we just need a wall at the California/Mexico border. If anyone has better info please let me know.
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    One thing we know for certain is socialism failed Venezuela.
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    Nice pictures and story to go along. 👍
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    I started picking my own corn the third week of September with is really early for around here. The dairy that I chop for ran out of high moisture corn and I picked them some every week to get them by until the middle of October when I finished the first round of high moisture corn.
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    On the plus side that 11 acres actually averaged over 35 tons per acre. It was insane corn. The rest of his corn was average at about 20 to 25 tons to the acre. It was all wet and I had to draw most of the loads out of the fields. Makes for long days.
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    Corn was looking good as of the last week in June.
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    I’ve been running a CIH 8315 and a Heston 6550 mowers for a long time. I sold the 8315 a couple years ago and had been looking for a self propelled discbine for a few years. I finally found one that was in my price range ( cheapish ). We hauled it home the end of May. It was an interesting load. Hauled it from Perry ny on route 5 back to Fonda and up 29 and home up 87. It was wide, over 12’ and couldn’t get anyone to do it for a descent price so the old dodge hauled it fine. Other then a little snafu in Syracuse the trip went quite smoothly.
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    Gotaa agree with Bitty. THE dems idea with immigration reforms is let em in, give em welfare and after you buy their allegiance with welfare let em vote. Rick
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    automated answering infuriates me. A few years ago I had some questions about my planter the dealer couldn't answer and I called the company. A voice said "Kinze manufacturing" or something like that. I waited for the machine to tell me what button to push. After several seconds I heard "Hello". I couldn't believe it and remarked that most everything was automated, you had to listen for what button to push and usually none of them were quite right and you ended up talking to a person eventually. She told me Jon Kinzenbaw said as long as he was running the company a real person would answer the phone. I was impressed.
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