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Re: 4 Wheelers


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Posted by Steve from TN on October 06, 2004 at 04:28:50 from (65.255.98.9):

In Reply to: 4 Wheelers posted by Taylor Lambert on October 05, 2004 at 20:21:02:

It's a shame that we hate 4-wheelers which are just machines that can help us enjoy life. It's a shame that many of this coming generation feel that they can do anything in the world and it's ok as long as they don't get caught and the law says "boys will be boys".

Before I retired from farming, I saw acts of destruction almost every year on my crops. I farmed mostly in the "bottoms" which is our Mississippi River flood plain that is sparsely populated. Hunters ran over mature beans so that they would not have to walk 100 yds. to their stands. Joy riders cut donuts in my fields in my young beans. I never caught a person. Taylor, I hope you do and prosecute to the fullest extent of the law. You will become known as an anal orifice, but one to be avoided. Good luck.


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