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Old 05-07-2007, 09:29 PM
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I have bee looking around for the last two weeks and this chapter falls apart with lack of good topics. Since we ALL use a computer and we ALL have issues with them... why not give oneminizut a buzzz? Free of charge. I'm bored with re-writing someone elses code. Tell me what you need. No jokes Rex!
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I have bee looking around for the last two weeks and this chapter falls apart with lack of good topics. Since we ALL use a computer and we ALL have issues with them... why not give oneminizut a buzzz? Free of charge. I'm bored with re-writing someone elses code. Tell me what you need. No jokes Rex!
I need two weeks off...........so I can go to the G2G with ya!!!!!!...

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NOW... Toms name is on the no-jokes list. sucka!
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I have bee looking around for the last two weeks and this chapter falls apart with lack of good topics. Since we ALL use a computer and we ALL have issues with them... why not give oneminizut a buzzz? Free of charge. I'm bored with re-writing someone elses code. Tell me what you need. No jokes Rex!
The Chapter does not fall apart due to lack of intersting threads! We are currently averaging over 31 posts per thread!...Take a look at the rest of FTE

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WARNING! THIS IS NOT A JOKE: Write me a program that will trim tree limbs 20ft and higher up in the air. Damn trees are leaning over my road and will fall over! Damn polesaws are $500! Already bought a dam 14ft orchard ladder and am tired o' buying tree krap from sharpening files to bulldozers! Any language will do.

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If you supply the robotic parts I will try working on the brain, and my own... at the same time? Sounds like quite a job. Still picking up and cutting from the winter storms huh? I just about gave up on it now that I have the front and side yards clear.
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Yeah, I didn't mean it how it sounded. I was trying to fire the place up. When I first came to this chapter I was getting an overload of emails from subscribed threads. Now it seems I get maybe 10 a day.
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WARNING! THIS IS NOT A JOKE: Write me a program that will trim tree limbs 20ft and higher up in the air. Damn trees are leaning over my road and will fall over! Damn polesaws are $500! Already bought a dam 14ft orchard ladder and am tired o' buying tree krap from sharpening files to bulldozers! Any language will do.

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Hate to say it Rex, but you need some climbing spurs and a Stihl!
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Hate to say it Rex, but you need some climbing spurs and a Stihl!
Now now,,, lets keep on topic Mikey... lol
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Rex, get me that ladder and I can top that tree right there. Who needs spikes.
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Hate to say it Rex, but you need some climbing spurs and a Stihl!
The climbing spurs are out, i can barely climb into bed, but am a proud Stihl owner for 6 years of chainsaw heaven

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If you supply the robotic parts I will try working on the brain...
It's a deal, i got plenty of steel lying around...Need to build-in a cooler on it too lol.


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Rex, get me that ladder and I can top that tree right there. Who needs spikes.
Rgr 'dat, just putting it up is gettin' to be a problem now...I gotta' work out more than the 12oz curls






Allreet! Admin put in a emoticon! I coulda' used that after eating at that $106 mush-serving restaurant
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That's the way to do it. Now if you can go just a branch higher.
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I still haven't thought of a proggie needed 'cept for the auto-elevated-delimber...maybe Mike needs script in our .net WA webpage...

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That's the way to do it. Now if you can go just a branch higher.
lol, on a different tree I was on that ladder using a 10ft long pruner (manual) and was trying to go just a branch higher. Strreeeeetch, leaaaaan out, then whoosh the ladder spun off the tree and I was left hanging on to the tree trunk ~26ft up. Crap! Had to shinny my butt down the trunk over the branch-stubs that I'd just trimmed off, that felt pretty good.

Now I tie the ladder to the trunk, my doh!

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I should be loading ubuntu on my old system when I get it back from the friend I loaned it to in a few days. Thanks for that by the way John. Have played with it off the CD and can't hardly wait ta load it and have ya help me set it up for the net. Haven't asked Starband if they have drivers for it. Didn't see anything for Broadband on the CD. Gotta have Internet and Flight Sim and Bill Gates can kiss my..... Dog. HAAAA
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Strreeeeetch, leaaaaan out, then whoosh the ladder spun off the tree and I was left hanging on to the tree trunk ~26ft up. Crap! Had to shinny my butt down the trunk over the branch-stubs that I'd just trimmed off, that felt pretty good.
Sorry Rex, all can do is laugh. Next time, start high then work low. Just a thought for ya.
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