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Old 03-13-2010, 09:15 PM   #41
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I never got complaints. And anyone who thinks it is such a great "atrocity" worthy of "upsetting" someone is a total *****. Sorry for causing you such utter despair and do hope you find someone to wipe away your tears.
An atrocity is something despicable like the Holocaust or slavery, or douchebags trying to stomp on my God-given rights. It's ironic how this would even be considered a matter of utmost moral importance by a forum that at the same time preaches freedom of speech and opinion.
Also, it is hypocritical for you to say that it made you sick, even though you jacked someone's thread one day ago and made it entirely about boobs (no complaints from me).
I was not accusing you of anything, just getting into a little playful bantering. You got offended, not me. I cared less about having to delete it than you cared about trying to get rid of it. Lighten up when someone's pulling your chain.
There is a little bit of difference about me taking a thread and making a joke about someone else's comment and you bringing a picture to every thread that can only be described as pornographic. Your insecurities must be monumental if you can honestly make this a free speech argument and not about being able to be enough of a "big boy" and distinguish between something that is funny and something completely inappropriate. I could care less about you, I am more worried about this forum and what everyone see's on every post you make. Every woman who might see my post can laugh knowing that men love boobs and are all giggly little boys when it comes to them. But how many women will laugh and not be disgusted about your picture that portrays a "bowling" grip?

You want to talk about friendly banter. I was just simply trying to give you a friendly heads up to not sit there and make innuendo comments to draw attention to your perceived violation of your 1A rights, which I must remind you 1A protects you from the government, not a public forum.

Back on subject,
I think if you are going to buy something that is going to sit on a ranch then go for Tango's advice. If you are going to drive it in town and use it around here and there, then maybe look into a diesel.

But if you are mechanically inclined at all, then there is something to be said for a carburated Chevy. The only thing easier to work on is an old Ford 8n tractor.
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You're right about the old 8n being easy to work on Darin Craft. Just like the old trucks, in the age of when it broke, you fixed it. Now if it breaks you replace parts, not much repair to the new ones.

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+1 on that one. I use Mary-Lou here for lodging me and my family while we're fighting the aftershocks two weeks after the initial 8.8 earthquake here in Chile.

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So you were the one who complained about it.
NO, Darin was not one of the members that complained about your avatar.

Let's drop this subject like a prom dress!
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The best cowboy truck is the 1 that's been through hell with it's owner. That way you know exactly what it'll do when you really need it. It don't matter what make/model it is as long as it does the job. It also don't matter what it looks like.

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For firewood, haulin cows, fixin fence, haulin hay, and all around good times I have my time tested and tru 2000 F-250 4x4! I have 175,000 miles on it and no matter how cold the morning or hot the afternoon, she fires up and does what needs to be done.
Of course there is the 78 Chevy 1 ton with a 454 big block in it. That is for when I need to go charging into the woods for something. I wouldnt trust it above 50 miles per hour but I would put it up against APC's. There are a few bullet holes in it too. Okay....more than a few....but less than 50.

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Is that you MB?

If it was old English I'd think you were wearing a Detroit Tigers home cap!

Yeah that's me.

Heeheheh nice try,... it's BIG "D" all over baby,....!!!!
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