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#31 toomanytoys84 OFFLINE  

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Posted September 22, 2016 - 06:34 PM

My biggest fear in life is my wife will sell my tractors and guns for what I said I paid for them!



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#32 Eric OFFLINE  

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Posted September 22, 2016 - 10:56 PM

At 19 I thought I was a genius at 25 I knew I was, at 35 I found out how stupid what I thought at 19 was! LIFE it is a fluid and ever changing river of events and beliefs. I had a will at 18 and needed one with the crowd I ran with, now most of them are dead or in jail but somehow I became a productive member of society. Recently I found that will and read it, wow how insignificant the things I was thinking about back then, I am so glad it is me that read that and not someone that cared about me because they would have probably changed their mind and forgot who I was.
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#33 Doug E. ONLINE  

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Posted September 23, 2016 - 08:07 AM

My biggest fear in life is my wife will sell my tractors and guns for what I said I paid for them!

 

 

I had to laugh at this!  I recently purchased a Ferrari two wheel tractor ( I posted pics on the 2 wheel forum), but didn't know what it was.  I found out early one morning, and announced to her as she was enjoying her first cup of tea, that I had bought a Ferrari, cheap, off craigslist.  Her calm response was "I know if you bought it, it was cheap"!  Ouch! 

 

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Posted September 23, 2016 - 08:42 AM

I used to have a list of people for my wife to contact who had specific knowledge of one or more of my different hobbies that I trusted to help guide her to dispose of my stuff in case of my unexpected demise, however several have already passed on.  I still have a few people on the list, but have not found any replacements for the ones that I have lost. 

 

However, I have another list of people I have told my wife to keep off the property, as they are not to be trusted. 

 

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Doug


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