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  1. To the Craigslist sellers.......... It's a corn stalk not a stock. And it's a hay bale not a bail.
    7 points
  2. Praying for all kids caught up in adult games. I don’t care whose fault it is, the system, the parents or otherwise, the kids deserve better. A coworker of mine is trying to help keep his neighbors kids together right now.
    7 points
  3. Girl I worked with in Purchasing about 20 years ago said the rubber in tires uses a lot of petroleum oil in it, and pretty well follows the crude oil price. And since Oil has ONLY gone up in price since this current President has been in office, both oil AND tire prices have only gone up. I can't think of the last time tire prices went down. My '51 M is sitting, leaning on a flat right rear tire, been flat for over 6 months, going to put a pair of new 14.9x38 MITAS 23 DEGREE tires that look exactly like Firestone ALL Traction Field & Roads except for the sidewalls. I keep putting off getting them hoping the price might drop even a tiny bit. I wonder if a brand new Lithium battery powered FARMALL M comes on brand new tires? I got lots more I'd like to say but the Moderator would POOF my post.
    6 points
  4. Had a home invasion up the road thought I probably didn’t have enough fire power so I picked this up . It’s made in China but shoots good so far .It holds 6 and they come out real fast .
    5 points
  5. Sign above the toilet in one of the two restaurants in Santa Anna, says something like this: Hunters who brag about their 300 yard kills, somehow can't hit this. Another one that I once saw, read: "Pilots with short props, need to park close to the hanger".
    5 points
  6. I am HR's worst nightmare 👹👺. ,😄
    5 points
  7. Couple weeks after my prostate came out I was at my brothers place and his one year old grandson was wearing pull ups. Told my brother and sis-in-law that he and I were wearing the same type under wear. Brought a few chuckles.
    5 points
  8. Well Seth, I guess if you hunt with a shotgun you need to be closer to your target when you pull the trigger😉. 😄
    4 points
  9. Prayers that she can find the love, safety and stability she needs.
    4 points
  10. 4 points
  11. Nice looking truck 75 Dodge Bighorn KTA powered puller And the pulls
    3 points
  12. When the #metoo movement was a thing a while back about sexual harassment, somebody told me their brain always reads it as "pound me too"
    3 points
  13. I get a hard time about this from people, i sit at home, never figured what was so manly about spattered pi$$ all around, i don't care how good your aim is, theres a halo. Good chance to catch up on RPM.
    3 points
  14. My "rant of the day" would be a completely NEW list of what pizzes me off, each and every day. STUPIDITY abounds, AND is infinite. Read the headlines and 'news' articles, and you will see lots of errors in the usage of the English language, by the "highly trained professionals", who DO NOT hesitate to tell the unwashed, that their degree in 'journalism' has made them "EXPERTS ON EVERYTHING" Even "Bob' in India, at the 'help desk' has a better command of the English language, than do MOST 'reporters' and 'journalists'
    3 points
  15. Uh oh Sandhiller! Now you have offended some woman who identifies as a man! Straight to HR with you! LOL!
    3 points
  16. As I mentioned in another thread, I buy a lot of parts from RockAuto. They ship from different locations around the country and it used to be possible to choose what you wanted to buy based on having it shipped all from the same place. This week I was looking at 3 things, a steering rack boot, a cv axle and a control arm. There were about 10 different choices in price for each. When I put them in the cart, they showed shipping from 3 different locations. As I began changing items to try and consolidate shipping, the same item would all of a sudden change locations. So, where it was shipping from location A, now it was shipping from location B. All because I removed the item I had shipping from B and selected one similar that shipped from A. So, no matter what I did it maintained shipping from 3 different locations at around 16$ each. And, I noticed that lower the price for an item, the higher the shipping was. Which, actually made some of the higher priced items a better "value". And me even crazier than I am trying to get the most reasonable total price. But, I keep using them because even with the shipping nonsense, the total of the order was about 75% lower than the local NAPA,AZ,Advance or O'r. Oh, and one other thing. It was actually just the control arm bushings I needed which were $25. The whole control arm with the bushings installed and a new ball joint also $25.
    3 points
  17. That is why as little kids, our mother insisted that us boys ‘sit’ on the commode, even if all we needed was take a leak.
    3 points
  18. Your mother warned you getting a “Prince Albert” was a mistake you would regret in later life, but nooooo, you wouldn’t listen, all the girls think its hot…. How hot is it now? gotta put your finger over the extra hole😉
    3 points
  19. I wants to sell my cadillac convertor that came off my cummings diesel.
    3 points
  20. There is that sign "We aim to please. You aim too, please" And one of the choruses of Eskimo Nell
    3 points
  21. I agree with all of the above. Sadly it's a sign of the times.Schools do not teach sentence structure, grammar etc. at the same level or put as much importance on proper english,word usage.Heck even the teachers now can't diagram a sentence.
    3 points
  22. Oh no Sandhiller....not you as well.........water proof boots are essential ...or if you wear ''cowboy'' boots....just drill two little holes , either side of the front bit...this way any surplus moisture wil evaporate out ...when you are in the truck etc.. ....and , just move into the ''drip dry'' lingerie...its quite fashionable now..you know.... .....and what is fifty feet long and smells of urine ??? Mike ....its the ''conga dance line'' ...at the seniors ball.....Now you are so old you...never mind
    3 points
  23. Try this https://odysee.com/trim.5CA26C6D-4A93-4D67-83EC-781B6E4591C2:c
    3 points
  24. Give me a break, not a brake, brakes stop the car, a break is a momentary stop in the action as in coffee break. You're is a contraction of you are; you're going to work. Your is possessive; your car. Their belongs to them; their car. They're is a contraction of they are; they're going to church. There is over there. Where is it? It's over there by the barn. Hydrolics drives me nuts! It's hydraulics for goodness sake! I could go on and on but, oh well, just because someone doesn't know how to spell and is grammar challenged doesn't mean they're not a good person. It's just tough to read for someone who had it hammered into his brain.
    3 points
  25. In the same vein, it IS an Allis Chalmers, NOT an Alice Chambers, or Aloose Chammers, and it IS a John Deere, NOT a "popping johnnie", or a "johnny popper", all coming from those who had NEVER spent ANY seat time in one doing real work, but only bought into that, because that was the fad at the time, or listens to s**t like "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy". (BUT, I DO NOT, repeat, DO NOT, listen to that kind of Brooks and Dung 'music' (and I use that term loosely) anyways. These ARE the kind of people who kcuf up EVERYTHING they touch.
    3 points
  26. Strap a snowblower on the hood, drive south until someone asks you what it is then you are out of salt....
    2 points
  27. https://www.hemmings.com/stories/2022/05/18/international-used-high-style-to-celebrate-its-50th-in-1957
    2 points
  28. Just relieve yourself out behind the building, bush, tractor, etc. Then you never miss your mark!😁
    2 points
  29. I purchased milk and gasoline on my way home last night: Gasoline: $4.17/ gallon. Milk: $5.09/ gallon. Wish you dairy guys were receiving more of that figure............
    2 points
  30. ...yes..I can well imagine you have made a 'note' of that particular transgession........from my cultured youth ,I remember the stories of the odd shoe...found brim full of the more dashing members alcohol feuled bladders..... Mike
    2 points
  31. Leads into a story that I've told before, condensed version...where a roommate in a very intoxicated state was in my bedroom thinking he was in the bathroom and in the dark. With my acoustic guitar leaned up against the wall managed to drain his lizard right through a 4" hole, what's the chances when most men can't hit a 16" opening Seth you wish Jeff you may as well install red floor mats in your office, buddy used to always say got hauled up on the red carpet for his many trips to HR
    2 points
  32. My latest and greatest pet peeve right there.
    2 points
  33. I find it hard to stand that close and get all the equipment out😉
    2 points
  34. With the Super A pulling the two row IH corn planter, I manage 2nd gear at just above idle, or first kinda running 1/2 throttle. I love making you real farmers laugh at my operation.
    2 points
  35. Another one that irritates me is when people type emails or letters and use text shorthand such as u for you and ur for your. I won't even get started on the abbreviations that get used. Using the word hack in place of helpful tip is another that annoys me.
    2 points
  36. Picked up 1/2 of the equipment needed yesterday to go out on the road for a year after I retire, still want to pickup a slightly used Streetglide to pull this but will use the Fatboy for now. Not crazy about the color but it's mint, testament to previous owners, thus one is a 1996 Deluxe model, been looking for one for awhile off and on, the company factory burned down in 2003 and that was the end of Tiny Mite 🥺 The Michelin radials are 8" NLA, looks like back to bias ply.
    2 points
  37. I think the KB-3 was considered a one ton. Could be some one with more knowledge can confirm this.
    2 points
  38. If you can get somebody to set up a fan in front of the sawhorse and throw bugs into the airflow it enhances the experience.
    2 points
  39. Ha! You need something like a hemorrhoid donut for your helmet! LOL!😄😁😉 Not meaning to imply anything here though!
    2 points
  40. I think there is a trade off regarding those three. Everyone has to deal with at least one or two.
    2 points
  41. I was originally not a fan of these tires, but since this will be a mowing and possible snow blade machine I thought I'd try them out. Carlisle Versa Turf radials, 26x12x12R. Look kinda mean with the rounded fenders.
    2 points
  42. Dirtpoor beat me to it, I was going to point out how all the small farms are getting bought up by BTO. Don't get me wrong, there's no shortage of dealers deserving a bad name. And yes it sucks if your local is one of them. Another thing to consider. If you are getting poor service and ill treatment at every place you go, what kind of customer are you being? I'm the easiest going guy you'll ever deal with, but there's a few people I won't lift a finger to help. If a customer brings a rude or hostile attitude to my office, I'm not inclined to give them any reason to come back.
    2 points
  43. How about hay rolls? 😂
    2 points
  44. I believe the middle class is being destroyed by incompetence. People that have a lot of power never seem to be able to answer “Then what?”. They want to ban internal combustion, but they have no answer for “Then what?” They are attempting to mandate things that don’t yet exist on the promise that they will eventually if we spend enough money.
    2 points
  45. Nice job! I know skid steers and bulldozers are good at lots of more important jobs, but I've gotten more enjoyment out of building roads and trails in the woods with my dozer than anything else I've used it for. Took these the other night walking to the barn, thinking how much I enjoy my "roads."
    2 points
  46. If the camper is rockin’ don’t come knocking. Or in the case of this small gem, if it’s flipped on it’s side, come help. LOL Looks like a nice one. Congrats
    2 points
  47. Mike, you should come visit some of the many “landowners” near me. There is someone from every career imaginable here. They all have one thing in common. They all know more about farming than I could ever hope to know. They know what we should be doing, what we should be raising, what we should be feeding, what we need to quit spraying, their knowledge is nearly limitless. You would be dazzled. Probably one or two might volunteer some welding or machinery operating advice too, rather you’re interested or not.
    2 points
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