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EIEIO    Posted 05-23-2002 at 13:17:51       [Reply]  [No Email]
Okay, I just ate a piece of humble pie. It is nothing like driving a car. Dennis just taught me. Who would have thought that the gas was that thing sticking out of the steering wheel? Plus those two right pedals are brakes -well sorta, and the left pedal is the clutch and you shift and stay there because as Dennis said, "a tractor is not a car". So thanks guys for telling me to stay OFF and I will answer a woman thing for you.



Greg VT    Posted 05-23-2002 at 13:24:50       [Reply]  [Send Email]
No apology necessary. I'm just glad ya did what we asked ya to. That doesn't happen to me very often... A women doing what I tell her to that is... ;-)


Moses    Posted 05-23-2002 at 13:23:38       [Reply]  [No Email]
Might think about getting with the old man's chainsaw next. I'd leave that alone too. As for the woman question- how do you knead bread? Got a KitchenAid mixin machine? Jus curious-


EIEIO    Posted 05-23-2002 at 13:33:51       [Reply]  [No Email]
Bread kneading easy, especially if you just had a "discussion", with your better half. You just take the dough and beat the heck out of it. Yes I do have a KitchenAid and to give you and idea of how old it is my dad bought it for my mother for around $75.00 NEW. I figure it to be around 40 or so years old, exactly what they sell now and still runs like new. I always like using it because I can slop all the cooking ingredients in cover the whole top part with a towel that extends over the mixing bowl and let it rip. I used this trick when I had to bake for the kid's bake sales, brownies, cub scouts, etc. Comes out the same as if you would mix ingredients separate. Aren't you sorry you asked????


Mosey    Posted 05-23-2002 at 13:42:01       [Reply]  [No Email]
Nope, indeedy. Glad I asked. It was a serious question. Gonna git the Mrs. one fer her 40th. B'day. Me & the boys, that is. Theys too young to tell no difference no how. Big brother turned 2 in April an baby brother turned a week yesterday. Figurin they'd like some baked goods as much as their cussin old man. Gonna git her a spark plug fer the chainsaw too, lol.
Glad you didn't git back up on that Deere until you got a better lesson. Now yer set to mow and such. I like yer spunk, good luck in all you do at yer place. Keep up them posts-


EIEIO    Posted 05-23-2002 at 15:38:17       [Reply]  [No Email]
I just thought of something when I was down at the barn feeding the critters. I was wrong the KitchenAid is fifty years old. Your wife will be thrilled with one. If you make sausage it has a meat grinder and sausage maker attachement. Yes it does knead dough..

Congrats on the new baby - any pictures.



Hogman    Posted 05-24-2002 at 00:36:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
If it kneads dough why don't Ya do tha decent thing'n give tha pore varmint some??? HEH HEH





Sammie    Posted 05-23-2002 at 15:38:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
Congrads on the new baby boy, Mosey!! I'm sure your wife will appreciate all of the extra help you can give her with those two.

Now, I have some quilting instruction in the archives that you might find useful too!!! lol


bob ny    Posted 05-23-2002 at 13:27:14       [Reply]  [No Email]
you nead bread to make a sandwich lol


EIEIO    Posted 05-23-2002 at 15:40:10       [Reply]  [No Email]
You also nead bread to buy things.


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