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    Re: Jinman's Lift Project

    Thank you, everyone, for your kind words. I read your posts to Jim. I know it means a great deal to him to hear all of your nice comments. You all are extra special friends!!
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    Re: Jinman's Lift Project

    Thanks again to everyone for the lift installation help. Great job everyone!!! Looking forward to your next project.
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    Re: Jinman's Lift Project

    Thanks guys! Nice job. I hope one day you're better paid.:)
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    BACON BACON BACON BACON
    BACON
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    there ain't no such thing as an ugly red ripe tomato' All are lovely!!!
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    ol' Harvey is sure handyto have around. my turn is soon.
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    Fg. our t0matoes are AWESOME! we are taking buckets to the Bowie Senior Centerand they are thhrilled. Lots oof delicious banana peppers tooIt's a thrill to make people so happy with simple things.
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    I bought a Grand Marquis from my inlaws and gave it to my daughter who loved it' despite the squeaky bushings in the suspension...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Bird' if your aaEscape is silver. we might disappear if we park beside each other;)
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    We also met Brandi's Daughter and Chloe. smiles all around...
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    We had an awesome weekend with Mikim's 2die 4 omeletsWOW!!!
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    We took veggies to The sr center today. smiles all around. great feeling
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Thank you Brandi, but keep your expectations low.
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    Mike, we arre gonna be there
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    Brandi, God bless you for ending Booger's suffering. He was a loyal friend and deserved only the best.
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    It's ALL the bells and whistles..." sayin''look at me. look at me! ):
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Bought a new Ford Escape ecoboost SEL today. We love the car and the way it drives. We just could not justify the titanium pkg
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    YOWsA
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    WOW!!! I am sooo jealous.
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    Our priorities sure change with age)
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    Is it Junetember yet?nice nice overnight.a little rain and a lot of cool,overnite...
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    excepting downpours, we had 8/10" overnight. Happy garden...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    1" here, but we'll gladly take it.
  24. Thread: Baby on the way

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    Re: Baby on the way

    Big congrats coming your way...:)
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    Re: New Holland TC35 PTO

    Clutch/brake IS the issue. you need clutch disc repair. A classic case of slippage.
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    Re: New Holland TC35 PTO

    Sounds like a PTO repair. Not cheap, but necessary, It will only get worse.
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Ron, we aren't much on pond catfish, but ourlocal Mexican Restaurant has an exccellent catfish dinner on Fridays. WE DON'T HAVE TO DO DISHES;)
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    We have determinate bhn602's, great producers and taste.taste

    good food isn't a contest, but a quest to be shared
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    East Texas ALWAYS gets the rain
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    Re: About 1 in 100 breast cancer cases are men

    Scarecrow?;)
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    Re: people asking to fish pond. what to do

    I got a nice rain shower last weekend, about 1-1\2". our garden is happy:)
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    I'll Have tomatoes and banana peppers before long.Yum!
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    Re: About 1 in 100 breast cancer cases are men

    Yep,got it.YT?
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    Mybiggestproblem right now is vision. I need new glasses. My keyboard is also acting up. It takes off on its own...crazy!!!
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    Re: About 1 in 100 breast cancer cases are men

    I've had another event that sent me bqck to the hospital for a couple of days Saturday evening, IIhad a mild mild seisurethat was caused by a coupl.e of spots on my brain.My doctors say that...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

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    Canadian geese that keep coming and going from my new puddle ponds. They stop at my deer feeder for some corn and then lounge around my ponds most of the day. I suspect they are...
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    Replace your glow plug timer relay. That will fix your ptoblem.
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    Re: Visitor from Brazil

    Gary, that's a great funny story. In high school I had a Spanish teacher who would point out strange phrases and sayings in English that were totally confusing to people who spoke another language....
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    I have lots of clay and caliche. I'm hoping for only 1/4" every week. But, Im not trying to start a bidding war.;) I hope you get your 1/2" too.
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    That's a great start, but when it is finished, you're gonna need a tractor to put inside it.:)
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    It's very cool here this morning at around 45F. Feels great, but won't last for long. Delkus rarely misses it when he talks about warmer temperatures. I just wish his rain forecast was as...
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    Talk about Manna from Heaven!!! Wow! Brandi. Are you sure you haven't been doing a Native Texan raindance lately? GOOD FOR YOU!
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Far, Far less than 1/2" in my guage. All our rain was "TV Talk."
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    I heard that lake Ray Hubbard is up 1', but still 7' below normal. Don't even ask about Lake Bridgeport. They"ll soon measure it's shortfall in Empire State Buildings.:rolleyes:
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    Re: Homeowners Insurance - how much?

    My Hartford homeowner's policy just went to $2700 + per year. I changed to Germania and now pay $1800 for identical coverage. Hartford just priced themselves out of my business. Oh yes, With...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Holding at just under 1/2". Maybe more tonight.
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    .455" here, of course we are hoping for more
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    Re: Sad news

    Thank you all for your kind thoughts and comments. They are comforting and very kind.
  49. Re: How big is your garden and how many tomato plants?

    Some of you guys sure know how to make a guy feel humble. I'm on Chemo this year and don't have the energy for a big garden. We have just 14 tomato plants and 8 sweet banana pepper plants. Our tomato...
  50. Thread: Sad news

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    Sad news

    Sadly, my wife's father passed away yesterday. He had a very weak heart and finally could no longer maintain. He passed just after noon yesterday, with my wife, her mother, and me with him when he...
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    Re: Why the big push for Angus cattle?

    Holstein milk is so weak in butterfat that it used to be nicknamed "blue-jipp or "blue-gyp" because of it's blue-white color. There was a local dairy here that sold holstein milk for $.69 per gallon...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Thanks everyone for your nice comments. You always are a bit paranoid when you spend almost $15k on an upgrade. I'm very pleased with how it turned out. This contractor's workers had to drive over...
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    373536373539Well, I put a double choke hold on my software to make it keep working and not crash. It will either work now to show pictures of my siding or I'll find out it has a double choke hold on...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    34F and a windshield full of frost this morning. Garden either survived or not. . .
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    Re: Wearing a sleep apnea mask?

    WOW! Lots of CPAPers here. All with good stories to boot. I'm impressed!
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    Wearing a sleep apnea mask?

    So Bird, are you sleeping with a mask on your face these days? How did your tests turn out? Is sleep apnea an issue? For your sake, I hope not. I hate sleeping with an oxygen tube under my nose. I...
  57. Re: Who misses good ole' Made in USA clothing for the farm or around the yard?

    Williamson-Dickies is a company based in Ft. Worth, TX. While they manufacture clothing in offshore plants, they do have affordable and comfortable work clothing. If you double their prices, there...
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    Re: Yikes! Well pump replaced.

    Goose, I don't know my exact Goulds pump model, but it is over 14 years old and still pumping 17gpm at a 3/4" hose bib on my house through 75' of 3/4" hose. My well is 386' deep with static water...
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    Re: About 1 in 100 breast cancer cases are men

    Yep, and female hormones that all males have in low quantities. Before a PET scan, they inject dye that the cancer cells absorb. That dye is a complex sugar that the cancer sees as food and absorbs...
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    I haven't commented on my raindrops so far, but Saturday morning I counted about 12 drops on my roof before it just went away.:( Of course, I was hoping for a line of showers Saturday afternoon, but...
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    Pray for rain without hail and high winds. God bless those in the Carolinas who had tornadoes today.
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    I had a great night last night and feel really rested this morning. My coughing has subsided to nearly never and that is getting the soreness out of my chest. I feel really good today and think that...
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    ThankS everyone for your concern. I am doing well, but very weak. It will take me a few days to recover from pneumonia and my very sore lungs from all the coughing. My wife is providing great care...
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    Hello guys and gals. I just got home from another week in the hospital with pneumonia. I could not believe it when they told me my whte bloodcell count was down to 8%. In the middle of the night last...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    YEPPIR! or longer.
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    DANG! DANG! Double-Dang! I had a Dr's Aapt this morning. I was sitting there talking to my doctor when the whole room suddenly closed in on me. I went out like a light for about a minute. The nurse...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Ron, I wouldn't talk about that too loudly when you are stopped at a truckstop for chow. Truckers just might not share your view.;)
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Do I see a trip to Whitecotton nursery in Montague in your near future? You surely can't beat their prices. They will have everything on sale for around $11 per flat soon. The only work is the...
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    IT'S THE WATER!!! That's my story and I'm stickin' to it.
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    It's not my worry about soakers. If David can pay shipping, I can keep him s upplied in acres and acres of coverage.:D
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    David, you can post in this thread anytime you want. I'm officially adopting you as my stepson.:)
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    Re: new holland tc45da 700 hr maintenance

    I'd change at 100 hours just to ensure corrosives don't collect in the oil from sitting long hours and then being started while rings are not warmed and sealed. Repeated running cold builds up...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    My wife said that we had some tomato plants wilted inside the pots. She thinks that they either were wilted from heat the last two afternoons or from frost overnight since we got down to 28F. I just...
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    Re: TC35D died and wont start

    Your fuse is blowing most likely because of the starter. The starter solenoid is not fully engaging and causing the fuse to blow.
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    My siding crew did not show today. I can't blame them. It's no day to be walking around with sails in your hands. It's just a good day to stay inside and hope the winds subside soon. I would not want...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    We have two Canada geese that have set up residence near to our corn feeder. They show no trend toward completing their migration. They seem very happy to stay here where the food is easy and the...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Today, there is no joy in "mudville" because the mighty thunderstorm fizzled out. How sad! We are so dry that our asparagus is gasping. WE NEED RAIN!
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    I got my half-acre yard mowed yesterday with my wife's help. I did most of it and she did the last 1/4 after she finished covering tomato plants with pots in the garden. My little Kubota G1800 fired...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Lou, with your good weather and rain, it seems the only way you can rub it is "in." Good for you! I hope you have a bumper crop of tasty treats from your garden. I'm green with envy.:)
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Ain't it the truth!!! We don't have but a dozen tomato plants, but they still need to be covered. However, they can't be covered with something dark without a vent hole or they will cook in the heat...
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    Ain't it the truth!!! We don't have by a dozen tomato plants, but they still need to be covered. However, they can't be covered with something dark without a vent hole or they will cook in the heat...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Dennis, are you makin' any bets on whether we will get rain on Sunday? I have big hopes, but little faith at this point. I'd love to be surprised with a 3" gusher, but the phrase, "snowball's chance...
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    Re: About 1 in 100 breast cancer cases are men

    Cancer is a horrible disease for men, women, and children. Nothing is acceptable except 100% eradication. As you can see from the support I have received here, there is no reason to feel embarrassed...
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    Re: Woodpecker Hammering On The Raingutter

    They are really fond of my chimney cap. Normally, I've had at least one pileated Woodpecker each year that will wake me each morning with the hammering. Those big woodpeckers can raise the dead. The...
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    Re: Ford 1910 Glow plug voltage

    +1! A good battery and tight connections are the keys to a good glow lamp cycle.
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    Re: About 1 in 100 breast cancer cases are men

    Supposed to be a postcard weather day in N. TX.today and turn cool and maybe rainy this weekend; all good springtime weather.
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    Re: About 1 in 100 breast cancer cases are men

    Bird, I'm convinced that another 30 lb off would be totally therapeutic and help my COPD immensely. It also will help my poor circulation and swollen legs. At this age, I need to stay below 200 lb.
    ...
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    Re: About 1 in 100 breast cancer cases are men

    We'll miss you too ( and the Muffin). However, the cats won't miss Muffin one bit.;)
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    Re: About 1 in 100 breast cancer cases are men

    Yep Murph, COPD from 30 years of smoking. The pneumonia is directly related to reduced lung function. Luckily, steriods really work well to clear congestion and get my breathing back on track.
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    Re: About 1 in 100 breast cancer cases are men

    I had a great doctor's appt with my oncologist today. After my time in the hospital last week, it turns out that my blood work today was perfect (doctor's comment). Also, I don't need oxygen on a...
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    Re: new holland tc45da 700 hr maintenance

    eddie48 is right. 6 qt with filter and a little left over because the filter only holds about 1 pint of oil. THe old bigger filter was a 6-qt change. As eddie suggested, always go with the Owner...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Dennis, maybe my brains got blown away.:laughing::laughing::laughing: I was looking outside at the wind blowing the trees and just assumed it was from the south. I need to wet my finger and hold it...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    FG, they paved my road this last year without a single oil field piece of equipment using it. Now, the biggest truck on the road is the weekly garbage truck.:) The county commissioner told me that...
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    Re: new holland tc45da 700 hr maintenance

    Sniper, I've used Rotella 15w40 in my TC45 since new in 2001. I've never had a problem. I don't think synthetic is needed or prferred. The dino oil is fine and more frequent changes at 100 -125 hours...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Charlie, Winnsboro has been a nice little town for many years. I have relatives who had an antique shop there and an uncle and aunt who lived there in retirement until they passed away. Both of them...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    My steel siding job on my house is going exceptionally well. The workers are taking their time and doing a terrific job. The color matches the paint on my south-side Hardie-plank perfectly. This is...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    We may have got .6", but not a heavy rain for sure, just nice and slow/steady. It was much needed and appreciated, unless you had Duck Commander 500 tickets. Gonna watch that race today when it comes...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Nice bluebonnets, Scott. Mine are also starting to bud out. The rain should make them really explode into bloom.:)
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    You are right, Rick. I should just be glad to have a mask and wear it in all dusty/pollen environments.:)
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Only .03" here so far, but any is really great. The rain continues, so maybe more befpre it's finished. I'm sure glad we don't have Duck Commander 500 tickets. That's gonna be one wet race if they...
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