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Re: There is no justice

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Just Another Old Geezer

02-10-2014 15:26:02

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let's see the 666 is down for an engine overhaul so I don't have a tractor with tire chains for hauling Manure. The 986 is down with hydraulic issues so I'm hauling manure with a borough 1066. because I have no tractor with chains I have to stack all the manure. The barn cleaner is frozen daily. The silo unloader is frozen twice a week. The augar pit is frozen twice a week.I had to put a heater in the well pit to keep the pipes from freezing, never had to do that before. the Kawasaki diesel mule is gelling up so when I need to split firewood I have to move the splitter from the garage over to the house by hand, or push it with the Bobcat. I am running out of places to pile snow. I would be glad to trade problems with you.

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02-10-2014 16:44:09

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 Re: There is no justice in reply to Just Another Old Geezer, 02-10-2014 15:26:02  
Sounds like you are are on your own 10 yard line, 4th down and 40 to go for a first down. I suggest that you punt.
OR hang in there and do the best that you can. We all have trying times and get discouraged but we keep going somehow. In a couple of months it will be all forgotten and we will have a new set of problems.
REMEMBER, when the going gets tough, the tough QUIT.

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02-10-2014 22:21:32

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 Re: There is no justice in reply to nybadlybent, 02-10-2014 16:44:09  
I have always said that there is a VERY FINE line between stone cold determination and not having brains enough to know when you are beaten.Right now I am so far over that line I can't even see it anymore..

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