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Re: PICS - A November walk in the junkyard

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11-17-2012 06:27:47

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Enjoyed the Tractors and trucks. But "Bless Your Heart" when you are walking along and accidentally hit the button and get a picture of the ground are you sure you want to post them?...:)

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11-17-2012 10:07:18

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 Re: PICS - A November walk in the junkyard in reply to RBnSC, 11-17-2012 06:27:47  
Well... I tell You I don't hold it against You where you come from. There are good and bad folks where ever you go and I am not that well traveled. I sure have met some nice folks from Pa.,The state of New York, lots of friends in NC. In fact my best friend for years was a transplant from Champagne Il. He stayed with me almost day and night when my first Wife died.Just a couple of months ago his died and I was there for Him as best I could. Trouble is seems like Folks that move down here to retire must have gotten thrown out of their community cause the first thing they want to do sue their neighbor or cause trouble. I don't remember where you are from but You sure make this Forum a nicer place to be around. Ron

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11-18-2012 04:26:36

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 Re: PICS - A November walk in the junkyard in reply to RBnSC, 11-17-2012 10:07:18  

Thanks! I enjoy this forum and learn a lot here. Often get a good chuckle too... most of you on here seem a lot like my husband. A sense of humor is a great asset in life. From MinneSNOWta... though we don't have any yet this year (and that is ok with me).

Really neat that your friend and you have been there for each other when your wives passed. That is really the only thing in life that scares me... if my husband goes before me, because I would be so lost (or even worse, one of our kids - cuz they are supposed to outlive us by a long shot).

Regarding the suing bit - seems like folks everywhere have become sue happy. Just another way to make a buck without working for it. Sad.

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11-17-2012 08:21:46

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 Re: PICS - A November walk in the junkyard in reply to RBnSC, 11-17-2012 06:27:47  
Now RBnSC, even though I'm a northern gal... I've heard what "Bless Your Heart" means. ROFL!

I just thought it is part of what I see in the junkyard as I walk through; a tractor, a truck, a weed... kinda "purdy", I thought. :)
This post was edited by SweetFeet at 08:26:33 11/17/12.

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11-17-2012 10:15:16

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 Re: PICS - A November walk in the junkyard in reply to SweetFeet, 11-17-2012 08:21:46  
Sorry Comment got put in wrong order.

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