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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Musical implements...............been there, done that.
    No matter how easy they make the change over it's still a PITA.

    Musical Implements.......love it, good one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    Homer and Jethro were great. I remember my Dad and I listening to them on the big radio in the living room. Yes, that was before we had TV.



    4 feet is the OSHA regulation. Seems a bit close to the ground to me. I think most of us would jump the four feet and not rely on fall protection.

    61 and breaking daylight. Off to another plant this morning for part of the day.
    ..........
    Good morning, everyone.
    Yep 4’ Does seem close. At least it’s not 30”. Any steps or balcony on a house 30” or higher must have handrails. This is code for a finished house not while you are working.
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    I was going to post, but out of respect for CP's limited reading time, I won't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonyPark View Post
    Good Morning Citizens. It needs to cool off, so some of you can get outside and do something, and not be posting in this thread......too much to catch up on for us working slaves. I keep looking out back at the tall grass and want to put the brush hog on, but I question with everything else going on if any mowing will get done before I need to put the 60d back on to mow the lawn. Wasn't I going to add a tractor to the herd so I had a dedicated mower?????
    Enjoy your day folks.
    I'd say go do a couple of freelance surveys for cash only, then head directly to JD dealer and let er rip.

    We're on a week vacation from BBQ joint, no plans for some odd reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SulleyBear View Post
    I used to run the "Tenn Tuck" Drag races in Bowling Green at Beech Bend Park
    Right down the road from me. It is likely half way between me and Dieselshadow.
    Taking the easy way is what makes rivers and men crooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dianedebuda View Post
    I was going to post, but out of respect for CP's limited reading time, I won't.
    It isn't that there are so many posts to read as much as it is how show he reads.
    Taking the easy way is what makes rivers and men crooked.

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    Good morning all,

    Yesterday, I got my underground drainage repaired and the lawn mowed, then went for a drive in the Shelby. No chores to do today for a change, so I'm heading out in a bit for another ride.

    Have a good one.

    Later
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    Quote Originally Posted by dianedebuda View Post
    I was going to post, but out of respect for CP's limited reading time, I won't.
    Darn considerate, I say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rtgt View Post
    I think that is the height to your feet if I remember correctly. At one point is was six feet. Soon we will all be in protective bubbles.

    Good morning everyone.

    The kitty alarm clock went off so we are all up and at'em. Jaxson is feed and now terrorizing the living room. He'll be down for a nap in a bit and I'll take the dogs out.

    Nothing planned for today, so at this point I am ahead of schedule.
    Now the same as MSHA. It seems ridiculous to me too.

    Quote Originally Posted by OxPath View Post
    I saw it. It looked like a jailhouse tattoo so I didn't mention it. I'm too polite sometimes.
    The Navy calls it the brig. I'm not saying that Gizmo was in the brig, but????
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonyPark View Post
    Good Morning Citizens. It needs to cool off, so some of you can get outside and do something, and not be posting in this thread......too much to catch up on for us working slaves. I keep looking out back at the tall grass and want to put the brush hog on, but I question with everything else going on if any mowing will get done before I need to put the 60d back on to mow the lawn. Wasn't I going to add a tractor to the herd so I had a dedicated mower?????


    Brian.....nice new to you truck


    Levi......congrats to your grandson



    Enjoy your day folks.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Musical implements...............been there, done that.
    No matter how easy they make the change over it's still a PITA.
    Guys, guys, you have to remember the motto here, "A man can't have too many tractors".

    No need to thank me for offering a solution to your little implement problem....

    Same temp as yesterday (101*), but with less wind blowing.

    Trying to psych myself up to venture outside and do something.
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