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Re: Proper compression on 1950 John Deere B

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Thesmoothedeere said: (quoted from post at 18:40:27 11/10/12) Not to hijack you Fit ... But did you make it to China yet ? I would like to see some photos if you took any . I know you spoke of this trip just not sure when you were going . Thanks.

Yes, been there done that. Left Sep. 20th, returned Oct. 14th. I took most of the photos, so not many of me. Very interesting trip. Very enlightening. Folks around the world seem to me to be very much like us. They just want to get to their jobs, then get home at night for dinner with the family. Not censored much at all. Maybe a few web pages, but they alias out to European sites and everyone know the kids do it. Everyone gripes about the government pretty openly, so it seemed like a retirement community in West Palm. Couldn't get CNN page on the web, but it was on the cable TV, and they carried our debates live, so go figure.

Long trip with little sports news. Got so bad I learned to score cricket....

This one is me, and yes, I did climb up to the top of that section of the Great Wall.

Then I bought a hat at the Great Mall of China....

And this is the only Deere I saw in China. Lots of Buicks, but not many JD's...

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