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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlegreenmachine View Post
    You know what really grinds my gears..........

    When my wife try's going from low to high on my 1025r while moving, because "I thought that's how it worked"
    Lol
    Yeow, both literally and figuratively grinding your gears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlegreenmachine View Post
    You know what really grinds my gears..........

    When my wife try's going from low to high on my 1025r while moving, because "I thought that's how it worked"
    Quote Originally Posted by blue87fj60 View Post
    Lol
    Yeow, both literally and figuratively grinding your gears.
    See what I did there huh lol.
    Luckily it happened quickly and was over. It scared the crap out of her, made her jump, and her Hand came off. I couldn't stop laughing

    She buried it in the swamp mud that night also. I told her she's banned from the tractor. She can't even look at it until she goes gets her tractor license. Then that still don't let her drive it lol
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    So when they installed my new generator and added the gas line for the propane tank the dug up a 1" irrigation line that feed the whole front yard. Six controllers and 24 heads. I did not notice since it was winter time and I had all the lines drained and the water off so the pipes would not freeze and break.

    Well I fixed it last week, I thought, but found that it is now leaking under the generator. Now I have to re-route the piping around the generator. I do't think I can water blast a new section under the generator cause the soil is just so rocky. I am thinking it may not make it through and I will waste hours trying to do that.

    Wish the had told me as you could not have missed it when installing the gas pipe.

    Any suggestion on another method other than calling the generator company to come back and fix it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvada View Post

    Any suggestion on another method other than calling the generator company to come back and fix it?
    Not to be a killjoy, but I think this thread was intended to be a place to rant, not offer advice. Maybe a new thread? I'll bet more people will chime in with a dedicated thread than this one anyway.

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    Today, people who think a left turn should not have to yield to oncoming traffic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZachinCO View Post
    Today, people who think a left turn should not have to yield to oncoming traffic.
    And with that those who think "right turn on red" means they don't have to yield to cross traffic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesetrain View Post
    And with that those who think "right turn on red" means they don't have to yield to cross traffic.


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    Or the second part of that law...right turn on red AFTER STOP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesetrain View Post
    And with that those who think "right turn on red" means they don't have to yield to cross traffic.


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    You know I almost got t-boned a week ago by a young lady turning right on red. Scared the ˘rap outta me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesetrain View Post
    And with that those who think "right turn on red" means they don't have to yield to cross traffic.


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    Here is the intersection in question. The red lines are the drivers who think turning left while the oncoming blue lines have a green is ok. The light has a green arrow turn only, but that goes away after the initial turns are made. Then both sides have a solid green light. There have been more than a few head on collisions there and the next light down.
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    One of the things that has always bothered me since we moved to CO. They have a VERY short merge lane for right hand turns and all it does is stack traffic in that merge lane and create accidents.
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