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 02-06-2007, 09:25 Post: 139590
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Do anyone else get this Magazine. Either paid for or free? If so is it me or is it just written for the ads?

Just received with survery of compact tractors: Guess good selection of what is out there, other than they missed JD and Kubota brands. Noticed each reveiw gave page number for list of their dealers. In same reveiw they discussed some equipemnt for those tractors, think largest tractor was about 30 hp. Funny, one piece of equipement was for about 80 to 100 plus tractor and another was a 9 foot disk with 20 inch blades. Boy my Kubota CUT must be a whimp, don't think it would handle a 7 foot disk much less 9 foot. Sure does make ME appreciate TP.






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 02-06-2007, 20:02 Post: 139607
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Kenny, I know you're getting long-in-the-tooth Smile but when you're typing, PLEASE wear your glasses and put down the 'burger and Coke (or use Spellcheck tehehe). It's getting harder and harder to read your stuff! Smile

Pretty soon I'll have to get a (local) translator!

And I ain't jis' sayin'!






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 02-06-2007, 20:16 Post: 139608
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Kenny: Another thought: have your really cute-sounding office girl, (you know, your "research assistant" that called me---good one!) to proof your posts! She sounds edumacated.

Also, seriously speaking though we had a smallish '47 Farmall that had no problem pulling an 8' disk with big cinder blocks on it for weight. That was the same one my sister aka "Lucky" got run over by.






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 02-06-2007, 20:57 Post: 139610
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KT,

I had no problem understanding what you were saying. You know how those transient transplants transpire.

Love you EW.






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 02-07-2007, 11:23 Post: 139616
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SG, as a true southern gentleman, thank you.

EW may be right, he may need glasses, just might explain the lace and circles. Now who was it that knew him so well they suggested lace for his tractor as a sun block?






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 02-07-2007, 13:03 Post: 139617
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SG and Kenny: But see you guys speak Redneckglish as a first language; I'm still learning. English is my first language.

SG, love you too. Now bot' a you gimme a hug. SG, you still wanna make a video? hubba hubba






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 02-07-2007, 13:16 Post: 139619
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I dunno Jeff'ry, if yer a Yooper, or even frum just NEAR da UP, English is NOT yer first language......

Shud we send'ja some curds an brats' jus ta hold ya over?

But I'm jus askin's all.......

Wink yeah right

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 02-07-2007, 13:19 Post: 139620
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Kenneth, in poor ole EW's defence.....

Circles are a time honoured northern tradition...

Your southern roots are showing......

Anybody's ever snow-plowed 36 hours straight cleaning up what Ma Nature leaves us knows, plowing in a circle means 100% of your time is spent plowing, and none of it is wasted backing up. Smile

Got'cher back der Jeffy ......

Now I'm goin' out ta push back da drifts some....

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 02-07-2007, 14:03 Post: 139621
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THANKS MURF! We Nort'ners gotta stick togedder.

Just for the record I live(d) 30 miles southwest of DeeeTroit near the Ohio border.






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 02-07-2007, 17:59 Post: 139628
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Murf, on roots, here when you talk about going in circles it means they are not getting anything done. We don't have many round fields or yards. Can understand for doing such as snow or grass cutting and yes thanks to EW leveling dirt how circles or ovals work and rather well. Just sometimes I think EW's does very tight circles and ends up dizzy.

As to EW's reference of Northerners' sticking together...are you considered a Southerner in Canada or a Northerner? Or does Canada just have east and west? Reading where EW claims to be from, he probably is claiming he is a Southerner Wolverine.

Okay, just a friendly comment to those who don't know...all is friendly fire...still TP brothers. Smile






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