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12-13-2003 18:03:24

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y are we Ford people wasting time talking about how crappy the Allis chalmers run(That is if they do run at all),We got 2 boards they only got one let them have there peace. People didn't like Jesus in his day they put him on a cross.So how can we expect the same kind of blind people to see how great Fords are?

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12-14-2003 11:36:43

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 Re: y are we in reply to Tim, 12-13-2003 18:03:24  
First of all, I can't believe you'd use Jesus' name in a post like that.
Second, You need two forums because there's a million preppy N owners and they'd be clogging up the real men's site.
Third, I have Allis's and Masseys and they're both better. Ferguson had to teach Ford how to make a proper tractor.

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12-17-2003 17:21:21

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 Re: Re: y are we in reply to CH, 12-14-2003 11:36:43  
I own a WC Allis, and most of the time it will do more work that my pulling tractors. There wouldn't have been a ford tractor if it wasn't for Harry Ferguson coming up with the 3 point hitch, and there wouldn't have been none of your N series if they wouldn't have used Harry's idea in the first place. Shows you how greedy they were in the day....

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12-13-2003 21:04:27

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 Re: y are we in reply to Tim, 12-13-2003 18:03:24  
Yeah,Tim,I think it would be best to take your little play toy back over to the Ford site where it belongs,before it gets crushed by a real tractor...ALLIS! I just realized why the Fords always have a great paint job on them. You can't do any work with them! They're pretty helpless and can't pull a greasy string out of a cats ass,but they're cute! Besides...this IS the Allis site,so push your play toy over to the correct site.

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gee whiz thats pretty LAM

12-14-2003 12:16:47

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 Re: Re: y are we in reply to Rick, 12-13-2003 21:04:27  
Boy you guys really showed him, being that your on a computer, probably many many miles away from each other. But hey, you guys seem to have alotta free time on your hands, why not put it to use writing pointless arguements. Hmm, thats what I'm doing now, I guess I've wasted my whole life.

With care and concern-
Jeff Mans

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12-14-2003 12:37:33

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 Re: Re: Re: y are we in reply to gee whiz thats pretty LAM, 12-14-2003 12:16:47  
Jeff...First off,I think everyone involved was just having a little fun and kidding...I know I was! Secondly,I don't think I wasted my whole life by typing anything to anyone! It wouldn't matter to me if I was a thousand miles away or on the next street block,if I was going to say something to someone,I would dang well say it! I think that maybe some of you guys just don't know how to take a kidding remark and have fun and THAT is what concerns me!

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