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I have threatened for years to bring a second women into the house which i call my "bean crackin women" . A quiet non-english speaking women who sits in the corner and cracks beans when she is not cleaning and always has a nice smile and knows enough as to when to laugh at my jokes. Somehow i do not see you in this scenario.
The word count that i live under is astronomical and there is only so much one man can take.

Do you do tree work?

Send one of the girls first , Bye has been yearning for some old school raw feeding.
AJ, when you say women? Do you mean multiple second women? Dang! Mrs AJ got a lot of sister wives!
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While we are waiting on Spock's Dad to go to Walmart and get the goods and post a picture, does anyone want a beer?
Sure -- it's 5 O'clock some place = - BUT Ken's weak ! Can't stop at just 1 -
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First of all, I’d rather muck out the chicken coop than go grocery shopping...
Hear, hear MB!
I'd also rather MOCC (Muck Out Chicken Coop) than go to our local Walmart, conveniently jam-packed at all times and located on busiest intersection in city where most accidents occur!
I only go to WM through Auto entrance to pick up auto lubes, filters & supplies, as they have cheapest prices on same.

SP- So, please don't confuse Walmart (a.k.a. Wally World) with Home Depot (a.k.a. Handyman's Paradise on Earth).
Only thing wrong with our local HD's is they only allow service dogs on premises, unlike the Lowes, which reportedly just changed policy here.
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Wait!

You forgot to take AB with you, in your drunken stupor!

AB?

How are you, about cleaning toilets?

Can you muster that? I will go easy on you. I am sure Mel got you stoned on the way here!

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Hear, hear MB!
I'd also rather MOCC (Muck Out Chicken Coop) than go to our local Walmart, conveniently jam-packed at all times and located on busiest intersection in city where most accidents occur!
I only go to WM through Auto entrance to pick up auto lubes, filters & supplies, as they have cheapest prices on same.

SP- So, please don't confuse Walmart (a.k.a. Wally World) with Home Depot (a.k.a. Handyman's Paradise on Earth).
Only thing wrong with our local HD's is they only allow service dogs on premises, unlike the Lowes, which reportedly just changed policy here.
SD! I've seen plenty of non-service dogs in the HD I worked at! And, people in nearby apartments sought shelter from an iffy storm and brought their doggies! Me personally? I would not choose a hardware store , in which to find shelter in, during a possible tornado headed that way!
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Sure -- it's 5 O'clock some place = - BUT Ken's weak ! Can't stop at just 1 -
Oh hell.

Just drink my last beer, Kenneth! Maybe STJ is sober enough to do the job.

After he finishes chicken dinner, though.

I might even let his Hemi hands use my truck for the ride to town.

NOT!
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Oh hell.

Just drink my last beer, Kenneth! Maybe STJ is sober enough to do the job.

After he finishes chicken dinner, though.

I might even let his Hemi hands use my truck for the ride to town.

NOT!
I'm rollin' down in the '64 Goat. No power steering, no power brakes, sh*tty am radio, marginal heater, no AC, marginal bias ply vintage retro tires, etc.

Well...It least it has 3 carbs, a 355 rear end and a muncie wide ratio 4 speed tranny. Gets about 9 mpg on the highway. Oh... and it requires high octane fuel or a quality octane booster. I figure (with breakdowns) it will cost me about $5000 to drive to Oakie land. I can deal with that!

Oh, and as far as being sober enough to do the job: Uh.... don't count yer chickens etc. etc.....

STJ!
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Picture from the movie "The Straight Story”


The movie is based on a true story.......

"The Straight Story" chronicles a trip made by 73-year-old Alvin Straight from Laurens, Iowa, to Mt. Zion, Wis., in 1994. The man undertook his strange journey to mend his relationship with his ill, estranged, 75-year-old brother Lyle. He is legally blind, so he makes the trip, all 240 miles of it, on a 30 year old JOHN DEERE mower at 5 miles per hour. As he goes, he talks to various people along the road, sharing life stories and advice.



Moment of suspense.....after the long trip (a movie hour or more), he pulls up to his brother’s house, a dilapidated shack in the middle of nowhere.....there’s no answer at the door. First thought in my mind....OMG, the brother is dead.

But he wasn’t, and all ended well.

The movie is as slow paced as the mower.....but easy to relax into and enjoy the view of rural Americana.

See Wiki for more:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Straight_Story


Probably not for everyone.

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MEL - John Deere Model 110, from the 1960's...WHAT DID Beau WIN ??
- 1963 - 1974 100 Series
- Model years 1963-1967 1968-1974

PS - JD garden tractor mower, is older than 30 years...try +/- 50 years.
Early models had round rear fenders / the seriously collected ones, along with the #140 hydraulic equipped model.
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For his impressive (albeit esoteric) knowledge base....Beau is awarded a 100% original 1917 Indian Power Plus



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Picture from the movie "The Straight Story”


The movie is based on a true story.......

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Moment of suspense.....after the long trip (a movie hour or more), he pulls up to his brother’s house, a dilapidated shack in the middle of nowhere.....there’s no answer at the door. First thought in my mind....OMG, the brother is dead.

But he wasn’t, and all ended well.

The movie is as slow paced as the mower.....but easy to relax into and enjoy the view of rural Americana.

See Wiki for more:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Straight_Story


Probably not for everyone.
I don't think that set up will work for Lily.

It's easier for me to hitch her to the little red wagon.
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Interesting story, thanks!
At first glance, I thought MB had come up with a rare shot of SP's elusive Mister, bringing home more chicken feed from Tractor Supply!

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As promised early today, I went by HD (never pass up an excuse for that) and picked up more fleece headbands.
Went out just before sundown to shoot a few of the "Snow Dobes" in their winter gear (Texas El Cheapo style).
We had lots of ice on house, plants and deck, but we got above freezing today so most melted.
One more hard freeze tonight down to 28F, last one for a while.
So here are the money shots....

Eva & Spock Enjoying SATX Winter- "Where Da Snow Go?"




Eva's Looking Sharp in Her Winter Ensemble...
RC Pets Double Fleece Jacket $11 on sale, Two Fleece Head Bands, Home Depot $1.98 ea.




Distinguished Spock Scanning For Intruders




And Always Remember, Tired Dobes Are Good Dobes!




Eva Holds Her Precious Blankee Tight, Even When Sleeping...


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You and Big Brother Butt Head #1, John from Portland, are like peas in a pod. He hates emogies and you hate acronyms.

Geeze SP--it's mostly because neither emogies nor acronyms keep Portland weird enough (I thought everybody knew that). Well, and I confess I think our human resource guy at the vet clinic is pretty much a dweeb, a moron, and something of an idiot--and I associate acronyms with him and the military.

Emogies--eh! If they leave me alone I'll leave them alone...

'Scuse me--the cats and Toad have come in to tell me it's time for their dinner and they are all very irked at me because I left early in the morning to go and hang out for many hours at two Doberman Specialties--Toad is really irked because I didn't take him and he knows he missed a million treats and two million pets.

I obey my pets--I shall come to feed you and do your bidding post haste.
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For his impressive (albeit esoteric) knowledge base....Beau is awarded a 100% original 1917 Indian Power Plus



A reminder of his childhood.
Super prize MEL, Beau is stoked...
- you know how to treat a guy
- SP could learn, from your true generosity...a gift giver

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Ken Smith's Original Paint 1916 Indian Powerplus.....
Where the Hell is Murph ?...: Ken Smith's Original Paint 1916 Indian Powerplus.......and other stuff.

On the right side of the gas tank is a hand clutch lever, together with a shifter moving in a vertical plane and an exhaust valve lifter. Such a motorcycle is a busy yet charming machine to ride; at least it has a kickstarter, clutch and a 3-speed gearbox. Earlier models were more primitive, retaining bicycle pedal cranks for starting.

A truly modern motorcycle … in 1916
Motorcyclists and policemen of the day would have been overjoyed at the prospect of having a “modern” Indian Powerplus. Introduced in 1916, the Powerplus featured a new 61ci side-valve L-head engine, replacing the F-head (inlet-over-exhaust) layout first designed in 1901 by Indian Motocycle co-founder Oscar Hedstrom. It was Hedstrom’s V-twin engine that brought the company success at the 1911 Isle of Man TT races, where Oliver Godfrey was the first to ride a non-English machine to a TT win; Indian took the top three positions. By the time of the Powerplus in 1916, Indian founders Hedstrom and George Hendee had taken their not-insignificant earnings, purchased country estates and retired from the fledgling motorcycle industry they had helped create.

Charles Gustafson, Sr., who had early ties to the Reading Standard Co. of Pennsylvania, was the man behind Indian’s side-valve engine. According to Jerry Hatfield’s Illustrated Indian Motorcycle Buyer’s Guide, the Indian Powerplus engine initially met with resistance from Hedstrom loyalists, who preferred the F-head design. However, Hatfield writes, “a Powerplus test ride was sufficient enough to convert them because of the extra punch of the new side-valve engine.”

A 1916 Indian sales brochure claims the company had been working on the Powerplus for some three years prior to its introduction. “This new power unit is designed on very neat and practical lines,” Indian’s copywriters exclaimed. “The cam mechanism and timing gears are placed on the outside of the crankcase, the whole (including the mechanical oil pump, which on this new engine is placed horizontally, and driven direct from the mainshaft) being covered by one neat oil-proof plate.”

The Indian Powerplus featured a 3-1/8-inch bore and 3-31/32-inch stroke (a smaller bore and longer stroke than the F-head). Indian assured customers this arrangement offered greater power and flexibility at higher speeds, and would provide ample torque for sidecar work.

More photos: The VanBuren Sisters and the Indian Powerplus » National Motorcycle Museum
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Interesting story, thanks!
At first glance, I thought MB had come up with a rare shot of SP's elusive Mister, bringing home more chicken feed from Tractor Supply!

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As promised early today, I went by HD (never pass up an excuse for that) and picked up more fleece headbands.
Went out just before sundown to shoot a few of the "Snow Dobes" in their winter gear (Texas El Cheapo style).
We had lots of ice on house, plants and deck, but we got above freezing today so most melted.
One more hard freeze tonight down to 28F, last one for a while.
So here are the money shots....

Eva & Spock Enjoying SATX Winter- "Where Da Snow Go?"




Eva's Looking Sharp in Her Winter Ensemble...
RC Pets Double Fleece Jacket $11 on sale, Two Fleece Head Bands, Home Depot $1.98 ea.




Distinguished Spock Scanning For Intruders




And Always Remember, Tired Dobes Are Good Dobes!




Eva Holds Her Precious Blankee Tight, Even When Sleeping...
Mucho Gracious
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Them dogs have their own couches AND a cement pond!

So spoiled!
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Glad to see Spock's Dad is a Bronco fan!
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So.. .

What did Seahawks fans do when Super Bowl XLV111 was over?

They drank a few beers and watched the second half!

or your perusal: https://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2014/2/...wks-vs-broncos
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Not exactly!
I got those coats in 2012, before Broncos won Superbowl in 2015.
Maybe, that's why they were on sale for $11 ea. (from a Canadian vendor)

(BTW: I follow Steelers and Texans on occasion)
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Broncos fans here......well, in the past. Once Peyton retired, meh. Watched his daddy when I lived in Louisiana too.

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Them dogs have their own couches AND a cement pond!

So spoiled!
What do you mean by "so spoiled"?


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SD.

I really can't like you right now...
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Okay, I give up!

I like the red couch.

I can tolerate the lazy dog.

HATE the fire hazard!
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Who is the dog coat sewer?

Can I have one for me and Lily in Kansas State purple?

Customized with flaps on the rear-end sides, so we can do our business?
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Okay, I give up!

I like the red couch. That's a RTG Love Seat, w/back cushions removed...The babies love it. BTW- Just had cushion covers dry cleaned yesterday- looks like new as was in 2013 purchase. I sell to you when we upgrade to leather piece.

I can tolerate the lazy dog. Remember SP, I offered (in post #3002) to have him "exercise" your chickens if you brought them down here:
https://www.dobermantalk.com/non-dobe...ml#post3910762
He loves to roust out the birdies! That would be a great job for him. Do they lay more eggs if being "exercised"?


HATE the fire hazard! It's natural gas ceramic logs, no sparks or crackles...Don't have fancy remote start installed, like you might see on HGTV or in B67's house. I hate the heat wastage, but DW insists on using... I have looked into an air heat exchanger retrofit if we stay in house.


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Treat or Food? Wolf It Down.
Not Food? Chew It Slowly, Be Quiet & Hide From Human.
A Toy? Shred & Destroy It.
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