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Re: Massey-Harris: Wallis Tractor image on TV last night

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11-21-2012 05:03:40

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I saw it also, Jeff and noticed the Massey Harris dealer. You know, it's remarkable how little is taught in school about the dust bowl and the depression.

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11-21-2012 07:13:02

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 Re: Massey-Harris: Wallis Tractor image on TV last night in reply to phil(va), 11-21-2012 05:03:40  
That might be because both are going on again as we speak??? Hey there were so many dead baby stories and sand in the sugarbowl stories I was grossing out, didn't turn it off, but it turned me off! Wait till the Ogalalla goes down to the point a pump can't draw any up the pipe at all... what did Mark Twain say, whiskey's fer drinkin', water's fer fightin'... and my TV is so old it couldn't focus on the signs, but I remember seeing the shot, it was on here Sunday and Monday PM...

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11-21-2012 19:41:11

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 Re: Massey-Harris: Wallis Tractor image on TV last night in reply to Tony in Mass., 11-21-2012 07:13:02  
Water is the next big commodity shortage. My theory is with the earth warming and the great lakes having such a large percentage of the fresh water that real estate in Michigan, Wisconsin, Ontario, etc., etc., will skyrocket at some point... after we are gone of course.

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11-21-2012 09:10:49

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 Re: Massey-Harris: Wallis Tractor image on TV last night in reply to Tony in Mass., 11-21-2012 07:13:02  
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I watched a bit of that on Sunday evening, very interesting. I saw a lot of old tractors in the footage they had.
Tony.....if it's a tube set there is a focus control in the back of it, might be a hole for you to stick a screwdriver, might need to take the back off. Or maybe it's just time for a new set! Hey, if ya stopped buying up all the old MF inventory maybe you could get one!

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11-22-2012 06:14:44

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 Re: Massey-Harris: Wallis Tractor image on TV last night in reply to Inno, 11-21-2012 09:10:49  
Better ground out the fly back transformer before doing any work in that tv, it's a widow maker!!

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11-22-2012 07:26:43

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 Re: Massey-Harris: Wallis Tractor image on TV last night in reply to 2tractors, 11-22-2012 06:14:44  
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Just keep your finger away from the anode cap and you'll be fine. I took about 22KV from one probably 10 years ago. Went in my elbow and out my finger, left an entry and an exit wound........I haven't been the same since. :?

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