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jon f mn

05-07-2014 18:31:26

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It's not like me to fly off the handle and make rash decisions, and I know some of you might think I'm a whiny cry baby, but I did it anyway. I put the job of pressure washing a rented manure spreader so it can be returned on my "Jobs I don't like" list.

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05-08-2014 05:49:16

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 Re: Put one on THE LIST today in reply to jon f mn, 05-07-2014 18:31:26  
Gee Jon, with all the rain were getting up here, you shouldnt have too

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05-08-2014 05:55:08

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 Re: Put one on THE LIST today in reply to Ande, 05-08-2014 05:49:16  
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Same here! My trusty New Holland is older than dirt but mother nature seems to complain if it's dirty so she cleans it for me!

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Don Rudolph

05-08-2014 05:43:35

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 Re: Put one on THE LIST today in reply to jon f mn, 05-07-2014 18:31:26  

Just think of it like my Dad, who always called the smell of manure, "the smell of saving money".


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05-07-2014 19:47:33

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 Re: Put one on THE LIST today in reply to jon f mn, 05-07-2014 18:31:26  
Incase you wondered washing your own manure spreader isn't any better. HeHe!

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Graham from New Zealand

05-07-2014 19:13:54

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 Re: Put one on THE LIST today in reply to jon f mn, 05-07-2014 18:31:26  
Nothing to do with this but can anybody tell me why suddenly today two lots of pop-up advertising takes over the page on this site??? or is it only here in Australia??? They are every few seconds and cover up what one is trying to read. It ia all a bit over the top and none of it I want. GRRRRRR!!!

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C. Amick

05-07-2014 19:53:43

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 Re: Put one on THE LIST today in reply to Graham from New Zealand, 05-07-2014 19:13:54  
I haven't seen anything pop up. Must be on your end. I use Classic View instead of Modern View, if that might have anything to do with it.

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Bob in Australia

05-07-2014 21:59:58

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 Re: Put one on THE LIST today in reply to C. Amick, 05-07-2014 19:53:43  

I am not getting any pop-ups.

I suspect you have got something nasty in your computer system.


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