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Crap! if that is truly a rooster, I don't have it in me to get rid of him. He/She is too pretty.

I hope she is just a really big hen that will supply double yokes.

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Kelly supervising Dad at work, Hosta/Shrub garden going in.
- earth is all John Deere tilled up & top soil being graded with front curve feature...for a red gravel dog run (LOL)
Kelly currently in daily sidewalk training / until the chipmunk, race is on...and all hell breaks loose.
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Beau? No secret sauce recipe.

Spock? I will give you a five gallon bucket of gas if you will take the rooster.

I am being an angel again!
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Kelly supervising Dad at work, Hosta/Shrub garden going in.
- earth is all tiller now & top soil being leveled & front curved...for a red gravel dog run (LOL)
Kelly currently in daily sidewalk training / until the chipmunk, race is on.
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Beau? No secret sauce recipe.

Spock? I will give you a five gallon bucket of gas if you will take the rooster.

I am being an angel again!
The secret sauce is evident, from the very first-bite......review recipe photo, in post #450 again.
- last year our son lived in downtown Toronto
- the best burger joints charge $48, for a homemade burger & beer

While my BBQ's are Free, their measuring up to some serious city competition...
- least that's the current feed back, from the cheap seats
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Let's go to Kansas City!

Can't find really good BBQ in Oklahoma. They think they can, but they can't!
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I DO have a kick ass brisket sauce, which I will take to the grave...unless you want a rooster...

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Let's go to Kansas City!

Can't find really good BBQ in Oklahoma. They think they can, but they can't!
BBQ restaurants isn't popular up here / its a seasonal thing, for home bodies (up North).

Several times my employer sent me to the US operations.
- once in Canton, Ohio...had some plain tasting Chinese food
- the ladies on the training course with us Canadians / surprised we knew what Chinese food was...LOL
- I've eaten in China town, in Toronto, and it was to die for

Another time an associate took me to a pulled pork pit, in SC...it was nothing to brag about.

^^ In both spots, some associates at our table forked the slop down, like they hadn't eaten in a few days.
- they were more fun to watch, than the quality of the food
- found it most entertaining / I told a few people, they could probably eat the "ass out of a skunk"
^^ Not me, my taste buds are more fine tuned / told some people at work, were to get a good meal.

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There is a little hole in the wall restaurant, Guy and Mae's. Williamsburg, KS. So DANG good!

I am going to ask the Mister to take another route on the way home and see what he says about that. Everyone needs to feel sorry for me right when he says no.

I said feel sorry for me!

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Wow, you still use one of these classics? I'm impressed!


You should have the Mister take a pic of you plowing that baby through the high stuff (with the snakes scurrying) and post it in this thread!
I will still trade you a rooster for that grass cutter.

I requested that The Mister bring his, walk behind, self propelled JD back from Kansas. So, there! I go absolutely nuts without my rider.

Going out to try to start the off brand push mower until he gets here.

And, I am going to put a bikini on and let my gut hang out.

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Briggs and Stratton ran out of fuel!

I tried!

Mister is on the highway with his JD.

What do I pay him for???

Mel? I would rather strip wallpaper.



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Sending Lily to the gas station.
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Once upon a sunny morning, a man who sat at his breakfast looked up from his scrambled eggs to see a white unicorn with a golden horn quietly cropping the roses in the garden. The man went up to the bedroom where his wife was still asleep and woke her. ‘There’s a unicorn in the garden,’ he said. ‘Eating roses.’ She opened one unfriendly eye and looked at him.
‘The unicorn is a mythical beast,’ she said, and turned her back on him. The man walked slowly downstairs and out into the garden. The unicorn was still there; he was now browsing among the tulips. ‘Here, unicorn,’ said the man, and he pulled up a lily and gave it to him. The unicorn ate it gravely. With a high heart, because there was a unicorn in his garden, the man went upstairs and roused his wife again. ‘The unicorn,’ he said, ‘ate a lily.’ His wife sat up in bed and looked at him, coldly. ‘You are a booby,’ she said, ‘and I am going to have you put in the booby-hatch.’
The man, who had never liked the words ‘booby’ and ‘booby-hatch’, and who liked them even less on a shining morning when there was a unicorn in the garden, thought for a moment. ‘We’ll see about that,’ he said. He walked over to the door. ‘He has a golden horn in the middle of his forehead,’ he told her. Then he went back to the garden to watch the unicorn; but the unicorn had gone away. The man sat down among the roses and went to sleep.

As soon as the husband had gone out of the house, the wife got up and dressed as fast as she could. She was very excited and there was a gloat in her eye. She telephoned the police and she telephoned a psychiatrist; she told them to hurry to her house and bring a straight-jacket. When the police and the psychiatrist arrived, they sat down in chairs and looked at her, with great interest. ‘My husband,’ she said, ‘saw a unicorn this morning.’ The police looked at the psychiatrist and the psychiatrist looked at the police. ‘He told me it ate a lily,’ she said. The psychiatrist looked at the police and the police looked at the psychiatrist. ‘He told me it had a golden horn in the middle of its forehead,’ she said. At a solemn signal from the psychiatrist, the police leaped from their chairs and seized the wife. They had a hard time subduing her, for she put up a terrific struggle, but they finally subdued her. Just as they got her into the straight-jacket, the husband came back into the house.

‘Did you tell your wife you saw a unicorn?’ asked the police. ‘Of course not,’ said the husband. ‘The unicorn is a mythical beast.’ ‘That’s all I wanted to know,’ said the psychiatrist. ‘Take her away. I’m sorry, sir, but your wife is as crazy as a jay bird.’ So they took her away, cursing and screaming, and shut her up in an institution. The husband lived happily ever after.

Moral: Don’t count your boobies until they are hatched.
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"Dear John....."

LOL, beats the hell out of what Denny (SP) calls me: Stop That Johnny! (STJ !). When I was a kid I began to think that that was actually my name. Oh well....

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Bringing it back to the crazy thread......and just a week ago, I wondered what STJ stood for.
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Bad John, No Bite, Good John.

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Last I heard, I think I am still Mel. Probably because other names for me would be unprintable. LOL
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"Last I heard, I think I am still Mel."

Not for long lady!

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Bad John, No Bite, Good John.

(I think)

Last I heard, I think I am still Mel. Probably because other names for me would be unprintable. LOL

Mel ^^ I think you nailed it...and me Beau or B67 !!
- but Good John & Bad John, can't be referred to as No Bite ??

Your Unicorn Story was funny.
- incidentally I substituted the name SP (aka for mans wife) when I first started reading it
- just to add spice, to the story...LOL
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I'm so lost in this thread. Strangely, it seems appropriate to post this picture of a non-green John Deere.

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Here is the offending mower that gassed out:

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Hi there NoBite - let me guess:
- its a model JD 14SB walk behind, with commercial 5.0 HP Kawasaki 4 stroke engine
- motors designed for 2,500 run hours...+/- 1996 vintage, costing around $700 new
- one of the best mowers ever made
^^ How did I do ??

John Deere also made Patio #110/120/140 Garden Tractors, in 4 colors (in 1969)...orange, red, yellow & blue.
- they didn't sell well, customers wanted green & yellow
- now a mint colored Patio seat, can fetch $2,000 (if NOS)

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A11 21-INCH WALK-BEHIND MOWERS (SILVER)
12PB,12SB,12PC,14PB,14SB,14SE,14PZ,14SZ,14SC,14SX (SN 010001-)

SERIAL NUMBERS FOR THIS PRODUCT APPEAR AS FOLLOWS:
EXAMPLE: GX12PBX010001

GX- FACTORY DESIGNATION
1- SIZE OF MOWER 1 = 21-INCH MOWER
2- TYPE OF ENGINE 2 = 2-CYCLE ENGINE 4 = 4-CYCLE ENGINE
P- TYPE OF PROPULSION S = SELF-PROPELLED MOWER P = PUSH MOWER
B- METHOD OF STARTING Z = ZONE START B = BLADE BRAKE CLUTCH (BBC) E = ELECTRIC START (BBC) C = COMMERCIAL (ZONE START) (BBC)
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Beau!

Which one are you talking about? The silver one or the red one?



I didn't know JD made silver ones!
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Which one are you talking about? The silver one or the red one?



I didn't know JD made silver ones!
Silver 1 - They are bullet proof, a real work horse / collector following for JD model 14SB

Red 1 - looks like an MTD...crappy via comparison, to commercial JD.

PS - Red Toro's are solid mowers / I have a 1986-88 one with a commercial Suzuki 4 stroke motor.
- great mulcher & light aluminum deck
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