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Re: Let them rot away

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David Snipes

12-05-2012 10:50:35
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A lot of people get some kind of hoarding syndrome with stuff like that. My dad had it with scrap wood and pallets. He was going to use them for firewood someday, but never did. After I took the property over, I spend years burning the stuff for the house, the shop and general bonfires.

We had another case in our county where an old retired farmer took a sledge hammer to the engines of all his old tractors and broke the engine blocks; he told his sister he didn't want anyone else to use them.

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B-maniac

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 Re: Let them rot away in reply to David Snipes, 12-05-2012 10:50:35  
I agree , Dave , and we all seem to forget there are all kinds out there sometimes with a few bricks less than a load. Don't mean that in a bad way as they are probably fine respectable people , just with some peculiar priorities. Some of the loudest complainers about gas prices have a woods full of scrap metal worth at least a few thousand dollars even if someone else hauls it for them. Would buy a lot of gas. Somewhere the connection just isn't made.

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