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Tin hat ans such!
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Dennis    Posted 10-19-2002 at 08:40:25       [Reply]  [No Email]
Update!
EIEIO's tin hat and duct tape are working.
The other day we had a heavy duty storm and the house and computers DID NOT, I repeat DID NOT, get hit by lightning.

Sorry to report one of the apple trees 500 feet from the house got cut in half by lightning.

Also since she has been wearing the duct tape she hasn't had any warts.:>)


Mr Toad Frog    Posted 10-19-2002 at 17:54:54       [Reply]  [No Email]

The duct tape is keeping the frogs scared away, which explains no new warts.


Farmer Bill    Posted 10-19-2002 at 09:16:50       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Don't use too much duct tape and get rid of all her warts! If you do, you'll have to go out and buy her a Halloween costume, being as is Halloween is comin' up!

Oh....in reference to where we live...what part of Arkansas is central Texas in? It's the part where Bill Clinton ain't.
Actually we live on a lake near a small town named Jewett, but closer to even a smaller town with no P.O. It's called Farrar! Go try to find that one! We love it here....moved from DFW area! No more concrete and glass....just trees and leaves...and more leaves...and more leaves... no concrete roads, either! Sort of nice, except for the leaves...and more leaves...that have to be raked on the three lots we have here at the lake! : (
At the farm I just plow them under....they're good fertilizer along with all the b.s. from the bulls........


Dennis    Posted 10-19-2002 at 12:25:49       [Reply]  [No Email]
Welcome again,
when EIEIO and I resided in Texas it was near Houston.
We Moved to here (357 People) and we really are finally living the good life.
Have fun on the farm and don't take anything too serious and enjoy life. It's short enough!


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