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I am humbly requesting as many posts as you can muster on tractors, home improvement, meal planning, oil, winter weather, green agricultural equipment, etc for the next few days.

 

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Or better yet, if you don't want to read political threads just skip them. That is the great thing about forums like this, if topic does not interest you don't click on it. Has worked for me for years

I understand your request and why. I understand the forum rules. We are making history today in this country whichever the outcome. Many/most DO want/need to discuss.  I have many

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2 hours ago, KWRB said:

I am humbly requesting as many pts as you can muster on tractors, home improvement, meal planning, oil, winter weather, green agricultural equipment, etc for the next few days.

 

pts = posts?

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1 hour ago, Steve C. said:

pts = posts?

Yeah. I was having real trouble editing from my phone in the town hall parking lot.

 

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5 hours ago, KWRB said:

I am humbly requesting as many posts as you can muster on tractors, home improvement, meal planning, oil, winter weather, green agricultural equipment, etc for the next few days.

 

I understand your request and why.

I understand the forum rules.

We are making history today in this country whichever the outcome.

Many/most DO want/need to discuss. 

I have many ostrich customers whom I feel are being apathetic. 

We need to wake up, not sleep through this. 

Our grandchildren depend on us. 

This is the best I can offer at this time. 

 

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Both comment and tractor are beautiful. Just got done a month ago going thru a trans job and under haul on a WD45. Hopefully a paint job down the road. It's an early one like yours with the weaker 3 bolt axle support. Nothing snappier than an Allis 226 governor. Bought a "driven to church on Sunday" 66 All-Crop from a neighbor. Hope to try it on beans next fall. But if this thing goes the wrong way I won't be able to afford gas for it.

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Or better yet, if you don't want to read political threads just skip them. That is the great thing about forums like this, if topic does not interest you don't click on it. Has worked for me for years.

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Found two super w-6s in northern Wisconsin try to convince the the wife that buying would not be spending money but reallocateing assest’s. Do you any of you have any ideas to help??

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31 minutes ago, ChrisNY said:

Or better yet, if you don't want to read political threads just skip them. That is the great thing about forums like this, if topic does not interest you don't click on it. Has worked for me for years.

I didn't mean that I couldn't handle it. I meant really that it's all anyone is going to talk about, and I'd like to read about something additionally.

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32 minutes ago, Craig61019 said:

Found two super w-6s in northern Wisconsin try to convince the the wife that buying would not be spending money but reallocateing assest’s. Do you any of you have any ideas to help??

I buy my wife a new vacuum cleaner every time I buy a new (*old) tractor. That usually quiets her down.

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That sounds like marital advice from MTO?.

5 minutes ago, KWRB said:

I buy my wife a new vacuum cleaner every time I buy a new (*old) tractor. That usually quiets her down.

 

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7 minutes ago, jingles1928 said:

That sounds like marital advice from MTO?.

 

The really funny part though is that it's true. She doesn't use vacuum cleaners, she consumes them (sort of like she does lawnmowers), and she loves them. She's vacuuming now.

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2 hours ago, MTO said:

I understand your request and why.

I understand the forum rules.

We are making history today in this country whichever the outcome.

Many/most DO want/need to discuss. 

I have many ostrich customers whom I feel are being apathetic. 

We need to wake up, not sleep through this. 

Our grandchildren depend on us. 

This is the best I can offer at this time. 

 

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Well said

Especially the Ostrich part! 
 

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2 hours ago, cedar farm said:

 

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My Grandpa had one shortly after he came home from WW2. He purchased the used JD when he came home. He said that was enough to make him go red. According to him it was a “60 or 66”. They did a lot of clover and small seeded things for neighbors.  Most went into the Chevy truck in the second pic. 

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1 hour ago, KWRB said:

The really funny part though is that it's true. She doesn't use vacuum cleaners, she consumes them (sort of like she does lawnmowers), and she loves them. She's vacuuming now.

I should be so lucky.

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KWRB.....please accept a couple of   pics.....this to take your mind away...albeit briefly from  ostrich's.....Allis Chalmers   tractors  and the pending celebrations  of a returning  Republican    regime....(I hope...)

Our sheds in New Zealand  ...mainly....are hideous   structures  from the aesthetic   point of view......no gloriously  beautiful   barns ....the like of which I always enjoyed seeing on my travels in your great country......so my sheds were adorned with  roses......or wisteria...pictured is the wisteria on the shed......The white wisteria was  .in front of our home on that property......however, since my Brother brought the place, he is not big on flowering plants....(sadly)..thus the place now resembles more of a desert ..than when we owned it....The other picture is of a Nash.......my advice to you is never buy a Nash.....(You have to have a few years on the clock of life to even remember that Marque...)..

This is an older picture..(obviously...:).)..my hunting mate and I were hammering down this side road...probably hitting 20 miles per hour.....the Nash lights were not to bright..thus we plowed into that fallen radiata   pine, blown across the road.... Neither of us got hurt....how I don't know....but my long departed  Dad was not amused......I told him the lights were no bloody good.....he said   ""You were going to fast...that is the issue here...."".1053739131_post-157-1166692220(1)wisteria2.thumb.jpg.172cc92630b7f43433f529888b4275d5.jpg  

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2 hours ago, KWRB said:

I buy my wife a new vacuum cleaner every time I buy a new (*old) tractor. That usually quiets her down.

My wife goes to the jewelry store ? that is an agreement that we have , it works well for both of us.?

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49 minutes ago, sandhiller said:

Go to your happy place?

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I used to have a little blond boy and regularly a litter ( or two) of Aussie pups. Thanks for this.

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7 minutes ago, exSW said:

I used to have a little blond boy and regularly a litter ( or two) of Aussie pups. Thanks for this.

Grew up?

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