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    "They are who we thought they were"

    You can dress a fat chick up, but you cant fix stupid

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck cutter View Post
    You couldn’t give me a horse. A mule, maybe, but not a horse


    I was just helping out a buddy this afternoon
    If you really wanna help him. Run a pop up about twice as fast as he can stack it. Shit will put lead in your pencil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck cutter View Post
    You couldn’t give me a horse. A mule, maybe, but not a horse


    I was just helping out a buddy this afternoon
    If he isn’t going to pull a wagon behind a baler he needs to find a buckrake. Fuck picking idiot cubes up off the ground. An accumulator or a buck rake and a ten pack grapple have saved a lot of backs.

    Mules are for weirdos and wagons. Horses tamed the west CB49BA07-9B62-448C-B63A-023E6273FE78.jpg
    cut\'em

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southernduck View Post
    If he isn’t going to pull a wagon behind a baler he needs to find a buckrake. Fuck picking idiot cubes up off the ground. An accumulator or a buck rake and a ten pack grapple have saved a lot of backs.

    Mules are for weirdos and wagons. Horses tamed the west CB49BA07-9B62-448C-B63A-023E6273FE78.jpg

    As long as I’m driving the truck while he slings them on the trailer I don’t care what kind of equipment they have.

    I squirrel hunted and coon hunted some off of horseback growing up. The old man we would go with always put me on a mule named Earl, he was a better ride than some of the horses he had and we got along fine until we were just out joy riding one Sunday. We were walking them up a big creek about knee deep and came around the bend and a log had fallen across since the last time we rode. No problem, the bank wasn’t too deep and we’d just walk them up and bypass the log. What happened next played out pretty fast, Earl wasn’t having it, I reined him to the left and he wouldn’t budge, tried to the right and he wouldn’t go to the right, went to turn him around and walk out that way but he wouldn’t do it, then
    he decided he was going under the log, the problem was he took off under too fast for me to do much about it and the log caught me about chest height and stopped me from moving while Earl kept on walking out from under me. Next thing I knew I was sitting in the creek and Mr.Bobby was up on the bank about to die laughing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chessbay View Post
    Literally translated to, "I smell like Scotch and Kodiak".
    "Let us cross over the river, and rest under the shade of the trees"- Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson

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