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Old 08-02-2008, 11:16 PM
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It's 100 degrees outside, the cotton is over knee high, and this board has been dead for a few days. Everyone been outside working on all your projects before it gets cold again?

I finished rebuilding the engine of my Farmall, so I'm a week or so away from it being back out mowing. Man its a PITA to find parts for a '49 tractor, the guy at Autozone laughs when I come, in waiting for me to ask what random shop I need to go to next. But the guy is better than the Case IH people, all they want to do is sell me $$$ blinged out OEM parts. And a new tractor. Just because it's a 1949 model doesn't mean it still doesn't work guys, and I don't happen to have an extra ten grand laying around just to mow the yard with Who really needs A/C when you mow your yard?
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i had AC in my truck and took it out.....it worked too at the time! same with the heater, it worked and i just didnt want it so out it came!
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ah got to love the cotton, or not, gets on my nerves after awhile, when the typical west texas winds come through, at the wrong time like always, now i got cotton all over everything.... I guess it doesnt help that im surronded on 3 sides by cotton fields, but alas, the rain will be coming soon, and with that, means mud, mud makes me happy so there for, i guess cotton season is a good thing. Also why does it always rain right after everybody get's doin balin there cotton, or what ever they call it.
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It's 100 degrees outside, the cotton is over knee high, and this board has been dead for a few days. Everyone been outside working on all your projects before it gets cold again?

I finished rebuilding the engine of my Farmall, so I'm a week or so away from it being back out mowing. Man its a PITA to find parts for a '49 tractor, the guy at Autozone laughs when I come, in waiting for me to ask what random shop I need to go to next. But the guy is better than the Case IH people, all they want to do is sell me $$$ blinged out OEM parts. And a new tractor. Just because it's a 1949 model doesn't mean it still doesn't work guys, and I don't happen to have an extra ten grand laying around just to mow the yard with Who really needs A/C when you mow your yard?

I need a/c when i mow my yard! Thats why i hire one of the local "day laborers" also know as your friendly neighborhood mexican. Then i chill inside, and the yard gets mowed, its a great thing!
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All I need is a 6 pack of tall boys, and my mp3 player and i'm good to go.
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