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  1. ...all my neighbors use it
    6 points
  2. Have the cat spend some time with a liberal...they won’t feel like doing anything after that. On second thought, he’d be mad at you and piss on everything
    5 points
  3. Some options to consider. Live trap it and get it fixed (with owner permission) acute lead injection (followed by 2 S’s, without owner permission) Electric fence around the vanity #220 conibear (without owner permission) land mines CAT-a-pult Clandestine attack ducks (may require training) Cat attractant in other areas put vanity in the house so cat has to get inside to pee on it
    5 points
  4. I have had limited success with the sprays I would just throw out some rubber bands, cats ain't very bright?
    4 points
  5. Isn’t this what they do? Make planting estimates, screw up the markets, then after the markets have settled back down, re-adjust their estimates screwing the markets up once again...?
    4 points
  6. Nor hail shall keep the postman from his rounds. Well something close to that quote is supposed to apply to the mail carriers. Found out today what does not apply. Bird poop. That's right oldest son had a note on his mailbox at his suburban home today. Please clean the bird poop off your mailbox as I can't touch it. Son sad his note will say tell the birds not to poop on it ?
    4 points
  7. Here's mine. I got it in Williston ND a few years ago. Square axle,165L tires 8800 hours. The rear 20.8 38's have been replaced by Titans.
    4 points
  8. Now I’m qualified .
    4 points
  9. 3 points
  10. NE...on a lighter note....you mentioned WD39 in your post above.....My three years in the Caribbean had quite a few crises ....cropping up at regular intervals......One recurring issue was the non-use of WD39....this due to the uncontrollable exuberance of the 'local ' blokes thinking that our gallon tins of WD40 were the panacea for any issue.....from blocked toilets to binding brakes to rusting steel and fitting tyres,.... and every thing in between....... Thus I hid the remaining cans of WD40...hid them well......and when asked for "Some WD40 , Poppa Mike.""....I would reply....""out of WD40....only got WD39..."" and then I would go on to explain that WD39 was "no good "" for whatever use they had in mind.....So, New Englander...contrary to the illusion you may have harbored for, no doubt , many years.....WD39 was not a total disaster..... Mike
    3 points
  11. So I tucked up my hair under my hat ........
    3 points
  12. 1968 IH offered a Turbine truck TURBOSTAR ..... cool Edit... Maybe offered is the wrong word ... developed may suffice ?
    3 points
  13. Dey sho nuff like already been breeding like rats for years for da $$$$$ from welfare check or another-------this will put them in a 24 hr around the clock "breeding program". I saw sometime earlier in the spring------where da father shot da mama in an argument over his part of the $$$$$$$ da child support payment she git from da government. (even though he had not been near the premises since he zipped his pants up.) Fathers day in the Mississippi Delta is day of "mass confusion"------little childrens running everywhere looking for their daddy. Fact not fiction------we are living in sick times. DD
    3 points
  14. Damn Jeff! That would entail a common sense approach, they can’t make headlines doing something that might eradicate a problem, no they have the headlines but they don’t answer the problems, and they don’t give a duck.
    3 points
  15. Yes sir, it is. As would be one edged weapon, pipe bomb, molotov cocktail, motor vehicle, base ball bat, etc, etc. I would take all the money used trying to deny us our second amendment rights and apply towards helping those with mental health issues. Imagine how much good it would do to improve life in these United States of America.
    3 points
  16. got the 450 out for some exercise this afternoon. we are both old but still have our original parts, and getting the job done. the serial # of the 450 is 1957 same year i was born so thats kinda neat. i am the only one around here that does his farming with no cab, just some dirt sweat and beers. planting barley for more beer!
    2 points
  17. that has been enduring an 18 month or so situation with his mother. She is elderly and been VERY sick. No, not covid but still very sick. The heath care system throughout the "PANDEMIC" has been less than stellar. After a VERY long hospital stay this gal hung on against all odds. She is home now and our buddy is her nurse. So, THAT being said, lets send them both some prayers or if it`s your choosing, some good thoughts. It has been brutal for them all. Our Lord will know who we are praying for.... he`s good at that stuff. Amen.
    2 points
  18. (my young assistant) about his quad riding habits. I see him and his crew flying past the shop on their bikes and quads WOTs and no helmets. I have chewed his a$$ more than once. Maybe none of my business but do so anyhow. Sue me. He lost his uncle 5 yrs ago in a helmetless quad accident with booze involved. So, this past weekend, 2 of his welding class students took their high powered Razor to a kegger. While travelling to a SECOND kegger, they crashed in the woods at midnight. Game warden found one at the crashsite at 3AM. Second one, the driver, left the scene on foot and walked home. Both cellphones found at scene. PSP knocked on the door at 6AM and parents found him alive on the floor in a blood pool. Both in a PGH hospital ICU. Now, my young assistant and I gonna have yet ANOTHER talk today. Yeah, I was a hellion at one time on 2 wheels but ALWAYS had my skid lid on and split one in two on a highwall mishap. Hence, I am still here blessing you all.... sigh.
    2 points
  19. I think this sums it up. Gotta vote from the bottom up. Nothing will change without a change in leadership! I love Dr Suess! ?
    2 points
  20. Flathead River, near Paradise, MT. Clark Fork River, near St. Regis, MT. Spring/fall pictures of the Mission Mountains near Charlo, MT.
    2 points
  21. Well Jake, what do you say WE start a grass roots effort to make common sense popular again. No more accepting the media glorifying the sheeple not wanting to think for themselves or take responsibility for their actions. No more accepting our elected officials thinking they know what is best for us. The Sh!tshow stops here.
    2 points
  22. Late 186 and all 3488's had the PPH system which is closed center. The early 186 is open center.
    2 points
  23. I tried to convince a grand daughter (13) that you are supposed to use a Catapult to PULT cats. She told me in a very distasteful manner "papa NO PULTING cats"! Rick
    2 points
  24. Just a job, no blessing needed as any pilot on call would go out. With a very fast jet we'd almost always be first out of the flock of vultures circling the carcass. The organ bank would schedule the type of plane based upon the distance and priority. Parts were all coming back to Boston so there would be no point of scheduling anything more that a turbo prop for even a heart for instance a run to RI as the speed difference would be only a minute or two especially since the speed limit below 10,000', where one would be for such a short flight, is 250 knots indicated. For a run to PA the jet, doing mach .85 in the low 30's will be making a True Airspeed of about 500kts, or 575 MPH. Since the jet stream is generally from the west or southwest there could be an additional 100kts of ground speed on the more critical home run with the just removed heart. In truth we liked those flights as it was license to go fast and be first in line, and the doctors were great passengers, always in a good mood as they were about to give a new life to someone and make something good come out of a tragedy.
    2 points
  25. If my generation (millennials) are the laziest, how come none of the publicly funded housing projects in my area were built in my lifetime?
    2 points
  26. Well, maybe not. Cat pee humor is tough.
    2 points
  27. Mark it yourself?
    2 points
  28. Had neighbor that had some real close calls like laying his dirt bike over as a teen and sliding in under his dads pickup on a ranch road rather hitting head on. And many other could of been worse things. At 45 show up on a big street bike, says it was to cheap I had to buy it. A week latter it, has to go to many people just done look for you on the road. But in his late 50's had motor grader die going up a good hill, got up speed and backed over into a canyon and got him. Just when I thought he was being careful. But I tipped the 4 wheeler twice both times under 5 miles a hour, without a scratch so guess next time better not happen. So just about all of us could be more careful. One time leaned down to look at something on the ground going across a hill hanging off the high side. The second time had 25 gallon spray tank on front rack,. About half full and the slosh started it going over. Had a 8 foot spray bar on the front (just tied with bale wire) that slowed it for me to get off and push it back down. Keep on trying to be there for the young helper Mark. As per other times you shared he needs you, as other don't have your prospective to help him. Thank less job that playing dad to other kids can be.
    2 points
  29. I already asked for it but it was tossed. Guess this happened yesterday. I told him he should have put " It is that stupid roadrunner and I can't catch him " yours truly Wiley Coyote
    2 points
  30. Step up to a CM Chain Hoist:
    2 points
  31. In this country it's not very many at all. It's the only way to water cattle. The "big" ranches in the center of the Nebraska sandhills have hundreds of mills to cover their 100 to 500 thousand acre places. Some of the lucky guys have a river to water from but that is few and far between. My Hobby Ranch has one. And that is enough to keep me busy.... ?
    2 points
  32. Tedded it out this morning. Super thick. Unfortunately tragedy struck while mowing. Took out 2 deer fawns. I didn't even know they were there. Came back around and a fox found one right away. Not sure if my pics are in order but field 1 and field 2. Mr fox is hard to see but he found his free meal in the middle of the pic with the crop still standing.
    2 points
  33. ..I imagine ""Zagar and Evans"" in their song ."In the year 2525" missed the mark by some many years......!!!! It might arrive sooner than their "predictions " Mike
    2 points
  34. I know some of you guys b-tch about Glenn Beck, whatever... but he had a good show/podcast about monetizing the debt, and why the politicians don’t care about it. Interesting. Then the other deal is all the countries are doing the same thing. So, eventually it becomes pointless for all the different currencies that are worthless, therefore we move to a one world currency... Pick your poison but I don’t see anything good coming from this?
    2 points
  35. I have seen it all in the work world.............An old guy who was a fantastic electrician told me one time, "Son, use an employer like they use an employee"............At the time I thought it was nonsense, but as I got older it makes alot of sense. I was employed at one local material handling company for not very long...........Everything was going well, manager of the location was a dipsh*t, the service manager who I worked for was even more of a meathead. Where I come from the most talented held those positions, not the youngest butt kissers..............Anyhow, one morning I walked in early as normal, the service manager told me there is a change of plans. I said what do you mean? Oh, we decided to fire the guy who has the same job as you do(Been there since it opened 15 years ago)..............We aren't telling him yet until you are trained, don't tell him, but we are sending you to Lancaster for all your training at a location there during the week to keep you separated. We are going to book a hotel, you will have to pay for it with your personal credit card, we will make it right on your pay check................I said Oh really, I asked if there was going to be any away travel before you hired me, you told me no, so I took the job, had you told me this then I wouldn't have taken it, my wife has a better job than this one I have, and we are not setup for child care at night, nor are we going to. He laughed and said, "Well you work for us now..................." I said no I don't, good bye. Walked right out, luckly they never did get my work van fixed right, so I never got it loaded with tools. Took a job at a bakery here as a mantainence mechanic when my wife lost hers for insurance, I was at a machine shop at the time....................My grandfather worked at the bakery all his life running the shipping department............they offered it to me months after I interviewed,and I interviewed long before I was at the machine shop. Found out later they hired someone else, and he told them to stuff it, I was #2 on the list so they just called me, and my wife had just lost her job which had our health insurance so I took it as the insurance started almost immediately. Went through all the training BS, it was a union shop, I didn't care for the "That isn't my job" mentality there at all. Did all the training on first shift, then was supposed to go to third, which was fine, I knew it and agreed to it. My wife ended up finding a good job with Halliburton right after I started there so we were back to the begining with here package being tons better than what I got, and the machine shop missed me. Walked in one day and the boss said, "well #2 wants you to work with him on 2nd today, maybe tomorrow, and definitely the next day so get home and get back here at 3"...................I said some notice would be nice because we are back to the child care problem and I am not sure I can pull that off in less than 5 hours and the clock is ticking..........He had my signed union agreement that in print said they could do it if they "Needed"...............He then goes on a roll about how they are "Over paying" me and just to deal with it. Well that went over like a balloon of cast iron. I didn't say anything and left................Drove right down to the machineshop and went in and talked to the owner, told him about it and he laughed, he said he would enjoy seeing me the next morning, and the Fanuc Robo-Drill I programmed was missing me. I left there and came home and kicked my feet up.................I was back at the bakery early, got two of the guys to help me load up my tool box............I was waiting on the loading dock when good old #2 rolled up late.......He started going on how I wasn't dressed and ready inside for work, I just laughed, you are by yourself today, I am going back to the machine shop, a word of the wise for the future, people are not cattle and need some notice. He didn't have any words, the rest of the guys were laughing while I jumped in the truck and left. I heard later through the grapevine that situation happened often and since most needed work so bad they went along with it, but two guys fled in a row because of it was to much for upper management and demoted one, and fired the other one. So yes, its not always the workers, sometime it is management.
    2 points
  36. Since there is no case dealers around me I was wondering if the fluid sold at the New Holland dealership (which is near me) would be as good as the Hy-tran that is recommended by the owners manual for my tractor or possibly mobil 424. Any advice is appreciated.
    1 point
  37. Happy Birthday to the Mrs. ????????? I hope Rusty didn’t forget what today is!!!
    1 point
  38. I have gotten to the point that I never give it out, and I don’t open anything . Haven’t had my home computer on yet this year.
    1 point
  39. 2 words.....virtue signaling. Masks are the new democratic party flag. The big unanswered question is how about the millions that got covid and recovered and carry natural immunity? Of course gov't and the loonies say oh no, that doesnt work. You and I both know AND can get studies that would disprove that. As far as I'm concerned I'm vaccinated if anyone asks.
    1 point
  40. That looks like mouse and rat repellant, or an asthma attack.
    1 point
  41. Atleast they could have been smart enough to get the tax somewhat close. Hardly ever tax is an even amount. That's like a 5.6 % tax Thanks for the heads up, even though I don't use PayPal I have been getting scam emails from what looks like USPS about parcel can't be delivered, call us ?? Mark
    1 point
  42. Looks good! Didn’t skimp on the crane either ?
    1 point
  43. https://farmpartsstore.com/joystick-5020331/ Take the wires from that switch and wire it into a real joystick? Idk why it wouldn’t work? You would have to build a mount but IF you could do this you’ll save a pile of money! I’m going to pm you my address and you can send some of that money my way!
    1 point
  44. I trust NOBODY when I’m riding! It only takes a second for things to go sideways
    1 point
  45. Dosnt matter what generation ya are of ya had good parents , lots of millennials had had video games instaid of parenting. I was raised in the 80s and 90s by a great man who taught me how to work and be an adult and have a family, that's what I do because of him. I see alot of people putting down there own kids generation, well we're they raised right?
    1 point
  46. Grandpa always said “ it’s a good thing we all don’t like the same thing or else we would all be chasing the same women” P.S. I had to clean that one up a bit for all the old fuddy duddy’s on here.
    1 point
  47. I've got a 6&1/2' All-crop drill for WD's, works great for re-doing waterways and field edges that the sprayer got too close to.
    1 point
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