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Discussion Board - Not very ambitious

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01-30-2013 19:05:46

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I am having a hard time this winter of wanting to work in the shop on these cold bone chilling days. Once I get some heat going in there its not too bad. I think its just a good excuse to sit on this computer and watch Matlock reruns, cause I sure don't know what else it could be. Problem is that Matlock must tire me out cause an after lunch nap sure goes good.

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02-02-2013 00:02:45

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 Re: Not very ambitious in reply to Animal, 01-30-2013 19:05:46  
I had exactly the same problem so I got tricky and bought a laptop for the shop. I still set at the computer all day, but now it"s out there where I can see everything that isn"t getting done!

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01-31-2013 16:24:23

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 Re: Not very ambitious in reply to Animal, 01-30-2013 19:05:46  
Just a sign from mother nature that you should be hibernating. It's the natural thing to do this time of year. That's what I blame it on.


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Larry NEIL

01-30-2013 21:05:34

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 Re: Not very ambitious in reply to Animal, 01-30-2013 19:05:46  
Me too! I sat at my computer all day yesterday AND the day before in the afternoon. Forgot all about the skid steer with the two flat tires under the barn overhang. Battery is also gettin weak. So, my son stops by and my back up sump is pumping like crazy. Off to Home Depot and new sump pump. Go out to the barn for a pipe wrench and see the dam* skid steer. Temp. is now 24 deg. and to my amazement, it starts! Runs about 3 minutes and runs out of fuel!!! Tomorrow with the temps holding single digit, I can put my portable heater on it and get it bled and into the barn!! Sure woulda been a lot easier when it was 62 degrees... Sometimes I think I should move into a retirement home!

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01-31-2013 06:46:37

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 Re: Not very ambitious in reply to Larry NEIL, 01-30-2013 21:05:34  
I hear that! lol, but with my luck I would be stuck with the ugliest nurses in the country....

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Larry NEIL

01-31-2013 09:53:14

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 Re: Not very ambitious in reply to Animal, 01-31-2013 06:46:37  
By the wayu, I ain't sent the bar yet, but got it dug out!! I'll try to get it headed yer way next week.
And thanx for the jokes....enjoyable!!!

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