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 05-26-2004, 22:02 Post: 86973
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Is it just me or is are the new NH tractors butt ugly?






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 05-26-2004, 22:29 Post: 86977
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Yea, they look a little too much like cars for my liking, as for you, I am not sure, as I have not seen youSmile






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 05-27-2004, 04:24 Post: 86981
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Kinda like when I traded my 02 Chevy pickup for the 04. I told the salesman who is an old friend that the grille of that 04 was so ugly compared to the 02 that I'd only drive it in the dark, but I've since just accepted it as the new look even tho I still think it's butt ugly. Frank.






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 05-28-2004, 19:56 Post: 87129
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Hey Hardwood
How are ya doing? All your crops in the soil yet? Here's to a few days of sun!!!! The look may be different but it still is the BEST color in the field! LMAO
That green just blends right into the woods. Laughing out loud






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 05-28-2004, 21:56 Post: 87138
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Brokenarrow, yes the crop is in, up, and looking good. We were extremely fortunate right here to have missed most of last weeks flooding rains. We got a total of just over 4.5 inches, but it was spread out over about four days. Just north of us they had up to 6 inches in a four or five hour period, the erosion is terrible. I only buy black pickups so they're easy to hide in the dark, our "Real" tractors are green, so they can hide in the weeds or the woods. Our old dependables that made the money to pay for the green ones are red, they're old enough now to draw a pension and just sit in the shed and look out the windows. Just watch Iowa whup up on them cheese heads this fall, (maybe}. Iowa allways comes of the line like a race horse then lose the whole smacker in the last half of the last quarter. Wanna put a Pepsi on this falls game? Enjoy the sun, Frank.






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 05-29-2004, 06:09 Post: 87147
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I think the old style definitly looks better.






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 06-02-2004, 18:29 Post: 87556
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The new style Will grow on you. And the have the best vantage point on the seat than any tractor on the market now. The head lights are also the brightest. Just think how people of the 40s,50s, and so on would think of the cars of today. The New Holland tractors may look radical now but in a few years they will be the norm.






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 06-06-2004, 19:40 Post: 87874
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Frank
Iowa!! ??
Ok Now I am confused here, What GAME do you guys play? Your not talking about college football are you? Cause around here our SECOND team is college we actually have a "real" football team although they do have a cheesy color "Green" We still have a team.
PS Your on !! The Badgers may only win one game this year but since I am a bettin fool I'll take that bet! But make mine a DIET PEPSI, I just lost 40 pounds and plan to keep it off this time!






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 06-06-2004, 21:21 Post: 87885
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Brokenarrow; Sorry to stir up a subject that I know less than nothing about. I've never attended a pro football game and only a couple college games in my life. About the most I can tell anyone about football is that some big guy must yell "KILL", they all jump on a big pile of humanity then some guy in a striped shirt blows a whisle and waves his arms franticly about something. The coaches get mad, a lot of beer gets drank, lots of brats get ate. When it's over the loosers all tell you why their coach is an idiot and should be fired, the winners drink more beer and criticise their coach anyway. I would assume that the Packers have a stadium in Green Bay, I really don't know that for sure but if so I really would like to someday see a pro game there. Someone said that in Wisconsin you folks drive on the other side of the road at breakneck speeds, (maybe it's all that cheese getting to you). Once in a while some beer joint gets up an old folks tour on a Tri States Bus to a geme so we may make it after all. All in fun, Frank. P. S. make mine a real Pepsi, but now I've forgot which team I bet on.






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Frank
ROTFLMAO
I have never been to GreenBays stadium either!! Laughing out loud Been here my entire life! I saw a game when they used to play some of them in Milw. but you have a hard time getting tickets at GreenBay unless you pay bookoo bucks (to me 20 bucks is too much!) Laughing out loud. When I used to drink they were fun to watch anyway but since I quit drinking and the bar scene years ago, I dont waist my time too often on a HUNTING SUNDAY! (every one in the fall) watching over paid men whine about who makes more. All in fun is right buddy






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