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KevinBfromIllinois

12-21-2013 08:31:44




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Little Mikey you sure have some thin skin, just stated a fact and you start whining just have some cheese and relax, instead of trying to insult people Merry Christmas.




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Agri King

12-21-2013 11:30:06




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 Re: Mr Know it All in Cheese Country in reply to KevinBfromIllinois, 12-21-2013 08:31:44  
I'm here to help!



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KevinBfromIllinois

12-21-2013 11:39:55




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 Re: Mr Know it All in Cheese Country in reply to Agri King, 12-21-2013 11:30:06  
You know Agri King I think we could have a good time having a beer a digging on each other over a cold beer so hopefully someday.



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Agri King

12-21-2013 14:43:49




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 Re: Mr Know it All in Cheese Country in reply to KevinBfromIllinois, 12-21-2013 11:39:55  
Sounds good, we could meet at JW's shop. Lots of CASE there.



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KevinBfromIllinois

12-21-2013 15:00:46




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 Re: Mr Know it All in Cheese Country in reply to Agri King, 12-21-2013 14:43:49  
Where is this JWs shop located at not real busy this time of year just that the weather has been sucking here lately are guys getting nailed up there today from the storms that are maybe coming through by me it is so far staying way south of us icy as hell helped the my son and granddaughter tie her 4H steer and heifer up wow that was a rodeo out there.



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JW

12-21-2013 09:55:21




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 Re: Mr Know it All in Cheese Country in reply to KevinBfromIllinois, 12-21-2013 08:31:44  
Who's Mikey???? Be careful, you're close enough to the border to be one of them by proxy



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KevinBfromIllinois

12-21-2013 10:10:33




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 Re: Mr Know it All in Cheese Country in reply to JW, 12-21-2013 09:55:21  
Ya guess you are correct there, but I will say this sure hope like hell those Packers kick the crap out of those chicago fair bears, I made a mistake with the mickey name sorry,



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1031D

12-21-2013 10:33:50




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 Re: Mr Know it All in Cheese Country in reply to KevinBfromIllinois, 12-21-2013 10:10:33  
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Well I guess as I sit here drinking an ice cold Spotted Cow and eating some fresh made venison sausage it's only fair to play this song then ya hay! Link



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Paul A Young

12-22-2013 09:39:05




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 Re: Mr Know it All in Cheese Country in reply to 1031D, 12-21-2013 10:33:50  
That is some funny stuff right there !!!! Go pack go !



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KevinBfromIllinois

12-21-2013 14:28:53




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 Re: Mr Know it All in Cheese Country in reply to 1031D, 12-21-2013 10:33:50  
1031 never had a spotted cow but I here its good according to my boys I think thats made in New Glarus been there what a nice town and there is a bar restaurant there called the Glynerstrubin not sure on the spelling but its a real good place to eat, but back to that deer sausage thats is just the best and I always my doc its fat free LOL.



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