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Re: Here is how I act at sales!!!

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Traditional Farmer

01-03-2013 06:28:48

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Yep if you expect someone to look out for you and cuddle you bypass the auction and go spend the day with Mama.

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Nancy Howell

01-03-2013 06:53:16

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 Re: Here is how I act at sales!!! in reply to Traditional Farmer, 01-03-2013 06:28:48  
I think we all know we"re taking our chances at an auction, but how very nice it is to have someone step up and give you a hand or some advice that saves you $$.

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01-03-2013 10:42:18

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 Re: Here is how I act at sales!!! in reply to Nancy Howell, 01-03-2013 06:53:16  
I bought a trailer at an auction in florida a few years ago.The trailer hitch had sank into the sand and the tongue was about 6 inches lower than my truck hitch.I couldn't lift it and stood there staring at it when an old man in bibed
overhauls asked if he could help.I thought to myself "what's he going to do". Two teenage boys were walking buy and the old man said "hey you guys,come help this man hook his trailer up" The two boys came right over and lifted the tongue up.The old man said "it's kind of nice to have an old boy from kentucky around ain't it" and walked off.

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