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EIEIO    Posted 10-29-2002 at 03:52:20       [Reply]  [No Email]
Got on my tractor and starting to pedal and pedal and pedal. Finally stopped off at an old farm house and was fortunate because they had a computer. Checked the site and Praise the Lord Hogman is back. The farmers let me sleep out in the barn with the pigs and I just now got up. I promised to help them with their chores and will be home soon. I only got as far as the Ark/Ok border, I think I went the wrong way! Had a few scares along the way, the moon kept reflecting on my tinfoil hat and the coyotes sure looked hungry. I also ran into a hortherfern, man they is ugly, and with six legs they run fast, I pedalled and pedalled and they kept a coming. It finally clouded over and started raining, tinfoil hats keep the rain off real good I am just glad there was no lightening. The hortherfern shrink in the rain thank goodness so I was finally safe. Well I better go slop the pigs, milk their cows, feed their critters and than start pedalling home - but it was worth it. Sure am glad that Hogman is alive and well.


Gimpleg Fagon    Posted 10-29-2002 at 14:35:40       [Reply]  [No Email]
EIEIO, well over around there them hortherferns is bad this time a year. Once we get some freezin' weather they won't be no problem for the rest of the year. I remember once back in '83 I went over to Rolan, Oklahoma to pick up a JD 'G' what I'd bought and as I was gettin' it started up two of them hortherferns jumped out of the trees at me! Man, was they scary!! I had my tinfoil and duct tape on, too, but what really saved me was WD40. I recommend you always carry a can of WD40 when you is out and about in that neighborhood.


Hogman** BLESS YA    Posted 10-29-2002 at 06:00:52       [Reply]  [No Email]
What a harrow'n experience,tell Dennis i said Ya should ortta take tha day off ta rekooperte.
I've heard of them herthafern varmits but pleased ta say ai'nt never been round em.Don't want ta nether!!!!!You take care'un get rested up now Ya hear!!!Gotta run !!!!


EIEIO    Posted 10-29-2002 at 06:35:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hogman from now on before you download anything on your puter check it for a virus. You give us such a scare ifn you don't check in once a week. Remember what happened last time. We even made a list only problem you ain't on the list. Glad you is back with us and tell Mrs. Hogman HI!

I just may take the rest of the day off, after I feed the critters, wash the clothes, clean the new peeps brooder, start dinner. Should be an easy morning.


Bob /Ont.    Posted 10-29-2002 at 05:53:58       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Sorry about sending you out on that long journey in the cold and wet last evening EI. You where the only one with a good tinfoil hat that I could think of for the job, and you did very well at it to. You no sooner got out the door and on to the tractor than Ol Hogman re surfaced with this wild tale of puter whoes. Bet it was the moon shineing off that tinfoil that fixed their server when everything else failed. Well MOrning Ei And All.
Later Bob


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