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    Attachment to mow your lawn for you

    Thought some people here might like this

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    Here is a video from youtube
    https://youtu.be/j-DQlWEzA54

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    Isn't that so neat!!

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    Neat , w e l l yes, but I thought we wanted seat time?
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    That's what I'm thinking. What's the point if I can't get seat time and I want to do more then just mow the yard.
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    The dog didn't even look like it was having any fun.
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    I really like your "automation" of the mower, although you may be pitching this to the wrong crowd.
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    Another win for "American Ingenuity" !!!
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    That's about like automating a snowmobile or a dirt-bike ...
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    I'm not quite sure we saw the decals long enough, who designed and built it again?? The automatic vacuum cleaner I get, nobody buys a vacuum and says "I can't wait to spend hours using this!" But an automatic JD rider?? Nope!

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    That is clever and cool, and now you know why critters like cats have whiskers.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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