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#16 MH81 ONLINE  

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Posted July 17, 2012 - 06:43 PM

So much for having tractor funds this year.


Wow, do I hear you there Buddy. We're all just living the dream aren't we? :rofl2:
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Posted July 17, 2012 - 08:56 PM

First Visit from "do-we-cheetem" A/C Repair. 3 Fan Relays, 2 Transformers, 1 capasitor, and 1 inside coil ($643.00)
Second Visit from a professional to add 2 lbs freon to correct the 1st repair ($125.00)
Third visit from a professional to replace the blower motor damaged from water leakage and the wrong capasaator in visit 1 ($350.00) estimate.

Where is the angry smilie? :mad2: Found it.

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Posted July 17, 2012 - 09:51 PM

First Visit from "do-we-cheetem" A/C Repair.


Wow, those guys dabble in everything. Up here, we have The Law Offices of Dewey, Cheatum & Howe. I think they also have a chain of Dry Cleaners. Near as I can figure, they have a shuttle service to them, as I've heard their name associated with "being taken to the cleaners..."

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Posted July 31, 2012 - 09:40 AM

You don't happen to live in the shadow of this mountain, do you?

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No weird sunburns, lapses in memory, mashed potato sculptures?


Indian legend says, Seven Indian children were playing in the woods and the brother of some of the girls was scaring the others by pretending to be a bear when a real bear came to eat the children. The children ran from the bear till they could run no more. They saw a large tree stump and climbed up on it, as the bear approached, the tree stump grew to the sky so the bear could not get them. The children were safe from the bear but could not get down from the tree stump. Come night fall the great spirit took them to the sky and the children became the Big Dipper. :)
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