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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: Just when you think you got it licked...

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05-25-2013 22:05:58

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You have been licked ever since you came over that bridge and seen the goats. remember somebody whined and it got poofed to bad Lou could read it and get a good laugh just like I did when I wrote it. Keep whining it is fun to listen

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05-27-2013 19:07:18

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 Re: Just when you think you got it licked... in reply to mnoliverguy, 05-25-2013 22:05:58  
I always get a laugh at Dave"s post when he gets caught with his britches down lol. I notice he starts a post/ rant and when he gets replies as to how to fix his problem -s ie. Building a building for covering his worn out crawler that keeps breaking down after no preventave maintainance, he never thanks the posters who are kind enough to respond.Little does he know that I would never go against Jde"s advice when it comes to crawler /dozer repairs. That fellow is a mechanical genius in My mind. well any way, I tolerate Daves post and just consider the source. I believe he should stick to subjects he knows something about( wait a minute,,, If he did that, we would NEVER read any of his replies/ posts.What a blessing that would be. LOL. LOU.

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