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Default Riding lawnmower

Saturday afternoon, I was sitting on my lawn chair, drinking beer and
watching my wife, mow the lawn.

Amanda from next door was so upset at this that she came over and
shouted "you should be hung." I took a slug from my bottle of Corona,
wiped the cold foam from my lips, lifted my darkened RayBan sunglasses,
stared directly at this nosey woman and calmly replied, "I am, that's why
she cuts the grass."

After a few days I felt really bad so I went and bought my wife a riding
mower to show my sensitive side. I am so proud of the deal I got,
I have dropped a picture in the dropbox.

http://www.metalworking.com/DropBox/..._lawnmower.jpg



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Now thats what the leftys have been waiting for!
I wonder when the snow blower attachment will be ready?

H.R.

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LOL!

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Saturday afternoon, I was sitting on my lawn chair, drinking beer and
watching my wife, mow the lawn.

Amanda from next door was so upset at this that she came over and
shouted "you should be hung." I took a slug from my bottle of Corona,
wiped the cold foam from my lips, lifted my darkened RayBan sunglasses,
stared directly at this nosey woman and calmly replied, "I am, that's why
she cuts the grass."

After a few days I felt really bad so I went and bought my wife a riding
mower to show my sensitive side. I am so proud of the deal I got,
I have dropped a picture in the dropbox.

http://www.metalworking.com/DropBox/..._lawnmower.jpg





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Thank God that I had enough sense to swallow my coffee before I clicked on
the link!!

Mike

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Saturday afternoon, I was sitting on my lawn chair, drinking beer and
watching my wife, mow the lawn.

Amanda from next door was so upset at this that she came over and
shouted "you should be hung." I took a slug from my bottle of Corona,
wiped the cold foam from my lips, lifted my darkened RayBan sunglasses,
stared directly at this nosey woman and calmly replied, "I am, that's why
she cuts the grass."

After a few days I felt really bad so I went and bought my wife a riding
mower to show my sensitive side. I am so proud of the deal I got,
I have dropped a picture in the dropbox.

http://www.metalworking.com/DropBox/..._lawnmower.jpg





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There is a fine line between genius and madness.



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On 7 Apr 2005 02:01:46 -0700, "MikeMandaville"
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There is a fine line between genius and madness.



Some times..there is no line......

Gunner

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has made a huge tactical error"
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I missed the staff meeting but the minutes show Gunner
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On 7 Apr 2005 02:01:46 -0700, "MikeMandaville"
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There is a fine line between genius and madness.



Some times..there is no line......


Ah, but do not forget, there is a limit to Genius....


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producing stuff teenaged boys could lose a finger or two playing with."
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