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Hey Inno! what was Stew Giffin's evil twin???

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Posted by Tony in Mass. on June 18, 2013 at 18:39:25 from (

That's what I will name this so and so...
Your tractor's new 'arch nemesis'???... did I spell that right?
What a pain! I THOUGHT I had all the bugs out BEFORE the loader went back on... and that was a horror show in itself... then... cause it was dead junk for years before I took it home, hydro fitting leaks and breaks, goofy undersized hoses, took all of the stash of fluid I had socked away... but it started to work. The bucket is a hacked up mess I will have to pump money into... but that ain't the best! Remember when my manifold was almost as broke as yours? And I intended to braze a stub of pipe on there and just clamp cheap exhaust systems on there from now on.. forget to do the brazing job... one 1/4 bolt is already off and another loose... and what an interesting welding job it will be now eh? AND... after doing all sorts of odd jobs since the rebuild... the points decide to close up a day AFTER the loader is now in the way...
Last night someone on my radio show was on about cyborg human/ animal/ machine hybrids of the future... today, I wish I had 3 octopus arms, no bones, just muscle to turn wrenches in impossible spots, and eyes like my orthoscopic camera thing from autozone... for those hidden spots to be welded with the octopus arms.... I wonder what ever happened to flight leftenent Jay Murphy, of army air force base Roswell??? I need to speak to him a dark alley....


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