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    Re: Why do hyperlinks drop zeros?

    Not a fix for the way the software parses the links but a solution might be something like: TinyURL.com - shorten that long URL into a tiny URL

    Something else to consider is...if a user's browser...
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    Re: Why do hyperlinks drop zeros?

    Sorry...I'm old school...to me any "hyperlink" (mentioned in the title) is a URI...
    Uniform Resource Identifier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Re: Hydralic valve question?

    Post this question in the Hydraulics forum for the quickest/sagest advice on hydraulics
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    Re: Why Women Live Longer Than Men

    Gold medal for the caption...:thumbsup::thumbsup:
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    Re: Why do hyperlinks drop zeros?

    What happens if you simply copy and paste a URI?
  6. Re: Any Thoughts on This and Implications? Other States Could Follow?

    ..."If voting made a difference they wouldn't let us do it"...the insightful author is unknown...
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    Re: sanding disc grit

    It really depends on what you want as far as a smooth finish goes...regardless of how course of grit you start with...as long as you have progressively smaller grit...using "wet or dry" silicon...
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    Re: Building stairs/steps

    Like stair cases...hip roofs are fun to cut all the rafters for...if you have good measurements/accurate drawings etc. (and can read the rafter tables)...you can cut every common,hip,valley and jack...
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    Re: Building stairs/steps

    Math skills are a must when it comes to some of the finer points of carpentry...IMO> Applying math is the easiest way for those that it does not come naturally to understand it...some of us are lucky...
  10. Thread: Blood Pressure

    by /pine
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    Re: Blood Pressure

    I had to go on BP meds (Metoprolol, Enalapril) early this year...
    Worst side effects are lack of energy and Tinnitus...
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    Re: Show your targets...

    FWIW...
    In a bygone era...I remember one particular Boy Scout troop meeting where a trick shot artist put on a demonstration... Won't see this happen these days (for both good and bad reasons)..This...
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    Re: CUT vs Skid Steer

    Having both...and other than the fact they both have loaders it's comparing apples to oranges...no real comparison...sure either can accomplish some tasks but they are two different animals...
  13. Thread: What is this

    by /pine
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    Re: What is this

    My WAG is similar...possibly some type of tension (to a belt) applying wheel?...possibly off some type of friction drive planter/harvester etc...
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    Re: white (albino) humming bird

    Sister's feeders...I have really cheap ones...similar but plainer...they work OK...

    FWIW...Something interesting I recently observed about hummers is they seem to learn or remember where a source...
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    Re: Screen page always goes to page bottom

    Not sure what you are referring to as "spam" on a browser...??

    Sometimes...learning to like something (that works better) is better than the consequences of using something else...and like some...
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    white (albino) humming bird

    My sister had this bird at her feeders this week...

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    Re: Tree felling directional question

    looks like walnut to me...could possibly be a butternut (white walnut)...
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    Re: Those Craigslist photos

    K_ubota wannabe...

    2 cyl. Diesel P.T.O high low range ,complete new paint and service! not a K_UBOTA! its a Yanmar, same as a John Deere..almost the same thing. runs great. body has been...
  19. Thread: Dead Racoons?

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    Re: Dead Racoons?

    My first suspicion would be poison...I'm sure some pictures of rabies infected animals can be found...
    The few rabid animals I've seen (some dead, some on their last leg) mostly rabbits were pretty...
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    Re: How does your garden grow?

    I picked a few eggplant this morning...not quite sure what to think of this one...I swear it started out from two separate blossoms...

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    Re: Help! Water under newly laid flagstones

    Regardless of the remedy...I would use a quality bonding agent on all surfaces and in any new mortar/thinset etc...
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    Re: The Sorry State of Today's Journalism

    The activity depicted in the PP videos is real..."the spin" was NOT about selling fetal material/body parts...it was about the money the sales generated...but "at this point what difference does it...
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    Re: TBN Performance Issues

    It's most likely the way the few that are having the issue browsers are configured for THIRD PARTY scripts...i.e., not actually part of the TBN site...
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    Re: TBN Performance Issues

    It's likely a user end/ browser issue...not a fault of the web site...!
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    Re: Where's the older users

    "You're only as old as the women you feel" Groucho Marx
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    Re: Chainsaw won't start when hot

    Just an off the wall thought...I've read some saws have an issue with the muffler and a plate or something that can cause the no start when hot issue...removing the "plate" or cleaning it is the...
  27. Re: Can anyone tell me about this old Ditch Witch C99 trencher's hydraulics?

    I can't say for sure (not familiar with the C99) but most hydraulic fittings on Ditch Witch equipment is ORFS...so there is a good possibility that just a new 0-ring will fix the leak...

    Good...
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    Re: Draw Knife Recommendation Needed

    I've used fresh cut black locust poles and a lot of them started growing...!
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    Re: Kel-tec PMR 30 pistol in 22 mag. ??

    I've had one for a year and a half and love it...have not shot it as much as I would like to because of .22WMR prices/availability...

    Have been seeing the CMR 30 (carbine version) at a few gun...
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    Re: problem reporting spam

    IMO the best way to deal with the spam posts is to learn to discern and ignore them...
    The only reason that spam appears is because it works...at least to some degree...

    Having to open a post to...
  31. Re: My wife painted my tractor with a BRUSH now what

    I once asked a guy on a job site if he painted his truck with brush...!...he said "yeah...I didn't have a roller..."
  32. Re: Climate change: Is your opinion informed by science? Take our quiz!

    Even if he is the biggest huckster since PT Barnum...he did invent the Internet...so maybe he can fix the spammer problem...:D
  33. Re: Climate change: Is your opinion informed by science? Take our quiz!

    When it comes to AGW...there are wolves, there are sheep and there are those that can think for themselves and can see through the BS...
    ...In the last 10 years the (so called) science has done...
  34. Re: Climate change: Is your opinion informed by science? Take our quiz!

    You should see all the scripts running on the page...!!...I wouldn't allow that site with a ten foot browser...!
  35. Re: Climate change: Is your opinion informed by science? Take our quiz!

    First of all it's impossible to prove "it's" right or wrong...and the shenanigans they have pulled with the data only weaken the popular position...

    "Science" is constantly changing their...
  36. Re: Climate change: Is your opinion informed by science? Take our quiz!

    Sometimes "science" changes as often as the weather...!!



    Heart attacks could be caused by too LITTLE salt new study shows | Daily Mail Online
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    Re: Can't someone program a spam filter?

    Just for the record...I'm likely much older than the word "nerd"...and actually troubleshooting application software (especially as simple as PHP/SQL) is not that much different than troubleshooting...
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    Re: How does your garden grow?

    I did a little research (after my previous response) and found that the "king" bush type acorn squash was an award winner in 1975 so they are not new...the squash tend to be more pointy on the...
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    Re: Can't someone program a spam filter?

    I'd guess that whoever wrote the script is a former employee of v Bulletin...
    Without more information I imagine the script that posts the spam does not even use typical registration forms...
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    Re: 250' water line: got some questions

    Like most other things...there are different qualities...In my personal experience of over 45 years of using black poly water line...from 1.5" to 3/4"...and literally thousands of feet I've never...
  41. Thread: Windows 10

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    Re: Windows 10

    IMO...internet criminals are not that big of a concern...What bothers me is all the data mining scripts that are freely allowed to run on a majority of highly popular news and social media...
  42. Thread: Windows 10

    by /pine
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    Re: Windows 10

    A leak proof firewall is one that has no back doors...if the configuration files can't be accessed there is no way they can be corrupted...
    The best way to keep data safe is to not expose it...
  43. Re: Swiss Army Knife Tractor Setups - Pics or it didn't happen

    I would normally use my trailer to travel the 1/2 mile where I was mowing the other day...I put a receiver ball on my boom pole...can load the trailer with whatever implements I'll be needing then...
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    Re: How does your garden grow?

    The last several years I have been planting 'Table Queen' variety of acorn squash...This year I am trying something new (to me)...'Table King' bush type...
    Is this something new is it a GMO ?...will...
  45. Thread: Windows 10

    by /pine
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    Re: Windows 10

    A (leak proof) firewall can be configured to stop any unwanted upstream/downstream traffic (i.e., updates etc., aps "phoning home" etc., etc..)
    A network firewall will protect any system...
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    Re: Cutter vertically mounted on loader bucket...

    I wish I could find the picture that was in the original ad...it was impressive...but at any rate I see the possible and probable issues...

    I had envisioned opening the front of the deck (top or...
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    Re: 3PH run loader hydralics?

    No and no to answer your questions in order...

    Can't comment on JD but K_ubotas have ports on the existing 3PH /main hydraulic pumps (also runs steering etc) to "tap" into the system for things...
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    Re: 3PH run loader hydralics?

    Generally there is a "power beyond" port on the 3ph pump that is used to power FELs..., rear remotes etc...
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    Cutter vertically mounted on loader bucket...

    Recently when I was browsing Craig's List I saw an ad for a rotary cutter that had been modified for hydraulic power and mounted vertically on the end of the loader bucket for trimming vertical...
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    Re: How to ID axle rating...??

    5 lug pattern...What do I check the bearings for?...inside (shaft) diameter?...what is it about the bearings that equate to the rating?

    Thanks...
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    How to ID axle rating...??

    I inherited a single axle 6'x12' trailer...How can I determine the weight rating on the axle?
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    Re: Baa. -- Humbug or ???

    I get it...but the point is...mistakes are made some monumental...When it comes to health care consensuses are the norm before procedures are adopted...some turn out to be wrong...
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    Re: Baa. -- Humbug or ???

    FWIW...

    Google
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    Re: Baa. -- Humbug or ???

    What's really bothersome is the fact that so many put their faith in the assumption that the best scientific minds are behind the (so called) climate change consensus...yet another group of highly...
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    Re: FoodSaver Vacum Sealer

    Just curious...
    I have been considering a vacuum sealer for a while...are the bags microwaveable? or can they be used as "boil in bag" applications?
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    Re: Implement for making rows??

    Once you have a tool bar it opens up lots of options besides just hiller/bedder discs...make the tool bar wide enough to add some 'S' tines to sweep behind the rear tires...Tillage Tools, Tillage...
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    Re: Can I use this implement with a BX1860?

    I can only relate my own experience...but the "BX 1860" weighs only a little less than my b series...and I have never had a problem moving a full box of any material (including wet crusher run)...4x4...
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    Re: Can I use this implement with a BX1860?

    I think your tractor would handle the bb fine...but unfortunately a box blade takes a little (more is better) experience to use efficiently (even more time without hydraulic T&T)...

    I have a...
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    Re: Baa. -- Humbug or ???

    Pro:...You can compost manure...

    Con:...It's still manure...
  60. Re: WHATN THE H_LL IS GOING ON WITH THE LIVE STREAMING?

    Youse guise would be too easy on the effing modem mutt spammers...!
  61. Re: WHATN THE H_LL IS GOING ON WITH THE LIVE STREAMING?

    Evidently someone (entity) has written a fairly sophisticated bot...
    I would guess that the admin is just waiting on 'vbulletin' to issue an upgrade...?
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    Re: The day the music died.

    You do (as usual) make a good point...but at least you can usually understand the lyrics...!!

    ...your posts in regard to Prince reveal you're proud to be from where you are...just like an "Okie...
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    Re: The day the music died.

    I think you may be confused a bit??...that was a David Allen Coe rendition of a Steve Goodman ditty...IIRC...?...
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    Re: Can anyone ID this plant

    And those are just domesticated ones...around here the deciduous azaleas can be pink to orange (as orange can be)...and they have a wonderful fragrance...
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    Re: The day the music died.

    I got nothing against Prince...the link to the video with Tom Petty etc...was impressive (even if he went a little over the top IMO)...but compared to the recognition factor...Prince is/was a nobody...
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    Re: The day the music died.

    Considering the core demographic of the TBN community...I can't seem to fathom the fact (like in the mass media) that some very talented artist (with a limited fan base) has gotten more bandwidth on...
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    Re: Leaf identification

    May Apples (at least in these parts...)
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    There is a little justice in nature...

    Kind of ironic but a bit of poetic justice considering the harm non-native species do to native wildlife...:D :thumbsup:



    Nest cam livestreams bald eagle parents feeding a cat to their eaglets...
  69. Re: "Can We Guess Your Highest Education Level?" TEST

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Lge2_H_8IQ
  70. Re: Anybody sell an assortment pack of hydraulic fittings?

    It can get a bit pricy stock piling fittings etc...(I speak from a little experience)...I have found some good deals on e-bay buying "lots" of fittings etc...

    Besides all the different...
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    Re: Pressure washer idle down

    There is usually a "kick down" cable/linkage...how was it originally kicking down?
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    Re: Pressure washer idle down

    What your are referring to is the "unloader" I believe...Pressure Washer Unloader Valve | eBay
    Good Luck...
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    Re: Land Surveying as a career?

    FWIW...Some states also require a security bond to obtain a license...
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    Re: How much do you know about WWII battles?

    How about some whine with that geeze...? LoL...!
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    Re: Pulley identification

    I'm not familiar with JD but it might possibly be off a sickle bar mower...?
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    Re: How much do you know about WWII battles?

    Good example of the undermining powers of politics...!
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    Re: How much do you know about WWII battles?

    This is what happens when you have (so called) leaders that hold military position powers that have never served in the military...
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    Re: Welding on deeply pitted rusty metal

    Have you considered a cheapo sand blasting gun (from Harbor Freight etc.)?...I've seen them from $15 and a bag of media from TSC is less than $10...if there are not really large areas they work...
  79. Thread: Beer

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    Re: Beer

    I mostly buy Moosehead...I like bottled over canned and don't buy anything with twist off caps (too many flat bottles)...!
  80. Thread: Beer

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    Re: Beer

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    Re: How much do you know about WWII battles?

    The Air force is training more unmanned aircraft controllers (pilots) than they are fighter pilots etc...
    Can't really compare the technology of the '40s' to today's (and tomorrow's) drones and...
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    Re: Who uses dual tilt cylinders? I do...

    Just curious...do any model tractors come with manually adjustable side links on both lift arms?
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    Re: Bottle Jack Questions

    FWIW...The cost of a container of bottle jack oil is worth it (at least once) for the pointed, easy fill cap on the containers...!
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    Re: Spring to Center not Working

    Does the spool detent into float position?
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    Seeders Re: No-tlll drill vs other attachments for seeding

    Maybe something like this?:
    Food Plot Seeder

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    Re: The day the music died.

    RIP Merle Haggard...one of the greatest IMO...
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    JD Gator promotion opportunity ??

    Florida hunters nab nearly 15-foot gator that was snacking on their cattle - FOX 11 Los Angeles | KTTV
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    Re: landscape timber steps

    Yes, was referring to rise/run (in inches)...sorry...
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    Re: landscape timber steps

    For comfortable steps the rule of thumb is the width of one tread and height of two risers should not total less than 24 or more than 25 (IIRC)...
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    Re: Briggs 5hp assistance

    The shaft/flywheel key is the first thing I would check if I had both fuel and spark but no pop...if it's aluminum (or other soft metal which many are to prevent damage) it can be slightly sheared...
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    Re: landscape timber steps

    An alternative to cut out stringers is "ladder type" stringers they are easy to construct and offer a smoother overall look...but they do not work well with anything over 40" wide or so...(no center...
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    Re: Briggs 5hp assistance

    That is odd...even with poor compression with fuel and spark it should at least pop off...
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    Re: Briggs 5hp assistance

    have you tried a different spark plug?
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    Re: Why to only use OEM paint.

    Methinks the more a company has to lose by using lessor quality paint...well...the more it has to lose...!

    The term OEM is too broad for the paint statement IMO...unless only referring to major...
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    Re: Who uses dual tilt cylinders? I do...

    Seems extreme to me (personal observation)...in the five years I have had a side link cylinder...I have never needed to use the manual (right side) link for greater pitch...

    As much as I love my...
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    Re: Briggs 5hp assistance

    You might check the key (woodruff etc.) that times the flywheel to the shaft...the water issue may not be related to the later issue...
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    Interesting boom pole lift...

    The seller dies not mention what his 3ph will lift...but I like the concept...

    Tractor hydraulic lift boom
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    Re: Bringing Grillo to Atlantic Canada

    I'll assume this is what the topic is about?

    Grillo SpA - Agrigarden Machines
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    Re: Changing Mig Wire

    Geeze...you should know...!!

    get a clue already....cripes...!
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    Re: Changing Mig Wire

    FYI...I didn't start anything...I posted an observation of some condescending remarks (and got nothing but positive PM's for it)...!
    I did get carried away with my last post but it just irks the...
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