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    Senior Member verbatime is on a distinguished road verbatime's Avatar
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    Sounds like you guys need to learn how to get it right. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by verbatime View Post
    Sounds like you guys need to learn how to get it right. lol
    I don't know about that verb ! i'm so damn good that it only happen's on a blue moon every other leap year ! LOL

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    DF: Post pics on the cordless drill thingy. Thanx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smallguy View Post
    I thought only tuggers could be underemployed. Did U get wet yet, 48? We have not had rain in weeks. We opened up some bean stubble bcause of weed pressure. Good thing grandpa is not around, I might have caught a beating for working ground in March.
    SG: I got .90 over W-Th. PTL. It was a real blessing on the W and pastures. I've got excellent subsoil, but that .90 has my pastures looking really good. Thanx for asking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECI View Post
    I don't know about that verb ! i'm so damn good that it only happen's on a blue moon every other leap year ! LOL
    So that's every 8 years and you take her all the way to the moon and back?

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