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Using Your Tractor & Crop Talk - Discussion Board

I should really get out more.

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Posted by Animal on January 19, 2013 at 17:17:40 from (

I had a funeral to go to today, and Mrs. Animal is gone for a week, and being one that does not want to waste a bath and a clean up, I thought I would go in toward the city and pick up some dog food and chicken scratch from a little discount feed store. Well I thought that I would treat myself to a bloomin onion from Out back and call it supper. This was around 5;30, I noticed that the parking lot was just about full, but being by myself I had no problem being seated right away. The staff was made up of young adults, black and white and a friendlier bunch of kids you would never find. We just had one problem, no one could believe that all I wanted was an onion and a glass of tea. I will bet that I was asked a dozen times if that was all that I wanted. After paying my check which was $15 with the tip I looked around that place with a big steak or four at every table and the place was jam packed! I made my way to the door and their was a line waiting to get in. I could not believe what I was seeing. By now its a little after six, and you never saw such a bunch of cars, you would have thought It was the day before christmas eve. Mostly mini-vans and SUVs rounded out with pick up trucks. Would have made you think that they were giving 10 gallon of gas away with a nickel ice cream cone. If you think that this economy is in the tank or the cattle market is going to take a dive, you need to do what I did and go to town. I do not think that I am exagerating, where I was at in Independece along I 70 their must be at least 200 different places to eat, and I am here to tell you if it had a parking lot it was full. I had a dear friend that had a saying, "I am sure that I am going to he11 when I die but I aint going hungry or thirsty."


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