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Randy    Posted 03-18-2003 at 09:08:02       [Reply]  [Send Email]
No matter how many times you put on and take off and put back on a chain on a power pole pruner it won't cut wood if the chain is running backwards. Even if you do it 4 or 5 times! Don't ask!


Yankee    Posted 03-18-2003 at 16:50:48       [Reply]  [No Email]
Ok randy wont ask,but I can imagin,wont go there.Well here goes,New Jersey has 127 miles of atlantic coastline as well as about 4,100 lakes and rivers.The first boardwalk in the world was built in Atlantic City in 1870 so people wouldent track sand to the hotels and railroad cars from the beaches.And to finish with Monopoly was made after actual places in Atlantic City like boardwalk and park place.Well I tried.


Yankee    Posted 03-18-2003 at 16:49:01       [Reply]  [No Email]
Ok randy wont ask,but I can imagin,wont go there.Well here goes,New Jersey has 127 miles of atlantic coastline as well as about 4,100 lakes and rivers.The first boardwalk in the world was built in Atlantic City in 1870 so people wouldent track sand to the hotels and railroad cars from the beaches.And to finish with Monopoly was made after actual places in Atlantic City like boardwalk and park place.Well I tried.


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