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Old 01-26-2013, 05:56 PM   #10431
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This is the first actual, no kidding "new" car I've bought since 1994 (& only my 3rd one ever). They are pretty reasonably priced considering the amount of content. Also, used ones hold their value really well. Thus a one or two year old one doesn't really save you much money overall.
I'm in no position to buy a new car. But anyway, my Accord is still running strong. It only has 165,000 miles on it so it has a ways to go before it dies.
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This is just a joke photo. My granddaughter lost a tooth this morning. She spent the night with me. We thought it would be funny to take a picture as if the tooth fairy gave her $100. The money is part of my "emergency fund" since I'm still unemployed.


I have a feelin she didn't think it was funny when you took it away
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Something that always gets to me is when people say " You're so lucky, none of your equipment ever gells"

I feel it is more that I have figured out that every year we get cold weather and you have to stay ahead of the game and use blended fuel, clean filters every fall, engine panels in place. Many people think the engine panels are just cosmetic. They help keep your engine clean ( allowing you to spot problems early ) and hold the heat in when it is cold out.

Most diesel engines pull many times more fuel from the tank than what is burned and return the excess - - - if your engine panels are in place you will soon have warm fuel tanks.
That's neat: I didn't know that!
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I didn't actually take these pictures, but this is the tractor we bought today.

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We got the front end loader to go with it.

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I didn't actually take these pictures, but this is the tractor we bought today.

We got the front end loader to go with it.
You sure you are smart enough to operate that NH here rocha????? you OK folks are backwards enough that I'm surprised y'all made it out of the caves......perfect example is mr wray
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We know our chit 'round here Marlin, I've been running one of those, in one form or another, since I was 12 years old. Could drive one in my sleep. Mr Wray on the other hand, I think is a city boy....

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I love the new shooting range here. It's wonderful for a reloader

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Free brass huh???
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Free brass huh???
Tons. Over 2000 9mm, not sure how much 40, about 600 .45, and at least 500 .223.

I have to buy a 38 and a 38 special now that I have all the brass to reload it.

It's an indoor range and they collect the mess in 5 gallon buckets in the back. I asked if I could have them and he said I can't take the buckets but I could take whatever brass I could carry out. I emptied the range bag in the truck and went back in and filled it up.
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Tons. Over 2000 9mm, not sure how much 40, about 600 .45, and at least 500 .223.

I have to buy a 38 and a 38 special now that I have all the brass to reload it.

It's an indoor range and they collect the mess in 5 gallon buckets in the back. I asked if I could have them and he said I can't take the buckets but I could take whatever brass I could carry out. I emptied the range bag in the truck and went back in and filled it up.
That's awesome......ill take any brass you don't want mon ami. Ill even trade you some loaded ammo or possibly some smithing for it if you want.
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