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Re: What do I do with my wife???

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02-16-2002 01:46:43




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have you read ROGER WELCHS tractor rules of collecting ?




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Don't waste your time with any of Roger Welch's dumb books

02-17-2002 07:47:52




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 Re: Re: What do I do with my wife??? in reply to paul, 02-16-2002 01:46:43  
One of his books was given to me at Christmas. What a dumb book! I guess he thinks he's funny. Certainly the information that he tried to pass along as helpful was stuff a guy had figured out in high school shop class. I slogged through it out of a sense of obligation since it was a gift but it's gift status wasn't enough to save it from the round file once I was through. He sounds like a real hacker, who skirts his temerity with such real issues as body and paint work with the claim that he likes the way they look all rusted and beat up. In the stead of useful information he focuses instead on such gems as how his workbench is arranged, and how to properly dispose of old fluids. I can't think of a single point he passed along that was of the slightest use, let alone contained any entertainment value. The subject of Roger Welch's books has a certain appeal to a limited but passionately dedicated audience and had the potential to be both informative and amusing. As it turned out, he dropped the crank on the first turn and his book never got started. Too bad. The only people who buy more than one of his books must be kidding themselves into thinking that just because the subject concerns old tractors that it is going to be good. I certainly won't be among them.

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There are rules??????

02-16-2002 11:37:48




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 Re: Re: What do I do with my wife??? in reply to paul, 02-16-2002 01:46:43  
Geez,I didn't know there were rules to this addictive habit.
Zonie



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