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joe

04-25-2001 17:54:47




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saw wendy's commerical tonight and features 2 guys working on what seems to be an m. makes me want a new chedder bacon burger




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Jim (MI)

04-26-2001 07:01:54




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 Re: wendy's commercial in reply to joe, 04-25-2001 17:54:47  
third party image

In mich on the Subway commercial (you all have seen Jared) they go to a Michigan guy (bones) who lost weight. In his before pictures he is wearing a Farmall t-shirt.



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Haas

04-26-2001 06:11:26




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 Re: wendy's commercial in reply to joe, 04-25-2001 17:54:47  
Last fall at election time, one of the Tennesse Senators had a commerical where he was riding a Farmall M. I was going to vote for him anyway, but that made if for sure!



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Doug A

04-26-2001 05:53:14




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 Re: wendy's commercial in reply to joe, 04-25-2001 17:54:47  
Dave Thomas ,the owner of Wendys is a collecter of old tractors. He phurchased several at Oscars sale several years ago.



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BTD

04-26-2001 05:43:57




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 Re: wendy's commercial in reply to joe, 04-25-2001 17:54:47  
I saw the commercial last night for the first time, I started yelling for my wife, she thought I injured myself. I think Wendy's advertising firm knows the simple truth about the American public, when the average American thinks of a farm tractor, it's a red one. -BTD



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Jim

04-25-2001 20:57:38




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 Re: wendy's commercial in reply to joe, 04-25-2001 17:54:47  
Hey - think of it this way, we can now tell our girlfriends and wifes we are restoring our tractors so we can make money renting them out for commericals and movie appearences!!!!!!!!
Jim



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Val

04-26-2001 21:26:24




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 Re: Re: wendy's commercial in reply to Jim, 04-25-2001 20:57:38  
I have it good. My husband is working on my M so he can beat his boss in a tractor pull. I thought it worked out well.



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Jim

04-25-2001 20:57:38




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 Re: wendy's commercial in reply to joe, 04-25-2001 17:54:47  
Hey - think of it this way, we can now tell our girlfriends and wifes we are restoring our tractors so we can make money renting them out for commericals and movie appearences!!!!!!!!
Jim



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Glenn(WV)

04-25-2001 18:40:19




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 Re: wendy's commercial in reply to joe, 04-25-2001 17:54:47  
Yep, I just saw that one while watching "Boot Camp" on Fox. I noticed it was a WF, and I think it was an H.

Maybe I will have lunch at Wendy's tomorrow, since they have good taste in tractors . . .



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Michael Soldan

04-25-2001 18:36:57




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 Re: wendy's commercial in reply to joe, 04-25-2001 17:54:47  
Saw that Joe, aand there's another commercial for Pontiac where a space craft is chasing a Pontiac and the car rips through this farm Yard trying to ecape..right past a Farmall H ... who'da thought that all those farmalls would be stars someday??



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F14...and...

04-25-2001 19:38:17




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 Re: Re: wendy's commercial in reply to Michael Soldan, 04-25-2001 18:36:57  
There's one for some sort of arthritis stuff with Nolan Ryan that has what looks like an H waaaaaay back by the barn.

Do you suppose we need to get a life? ":^)



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John in KY

04-26-2001 13:30:23




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 Re: Re: Re: wendy's commercial in reply to F14...and..., 04-25-2001 19:38:17  
It is pretty nice seeing those Farmalls on the TV. But what I think is really neat is the fact that from this chair in front of my computer I can see MY Farmall A sitting in front of my barn. So if none are showing up on the tube I can go to the barn and see one or drive one anytime I want. Now thats something to really get excited about! Wait......I think I hear it calling me now. What a life.

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Its a C

04-26-2001 02:15:40




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 Re: Re: Re: wendy's commercial in reply to F14...and..., 04-25-2001 19:38:17  
Record at high speed and play back at one frame at a time..fuzzy but looks like a C. ralph



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Jon

04-26-2001 05:18:21




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: wendy's commercial in reply to Its a C, 04-26-2001 02:15:40  
There is also a commercial with a 450 and then another commercial has a 300U sitting in front of a barn. Can't remember what these commercials were advertising tho.



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