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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread What's on RIGHT NOW! in MBTV
    :thumbup: Felt llike story telling. Some kind of dark. But I like dark.
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread What's on RIGHT NOW! in MBTV
    I watched The Ballad of Buster Scruggs last night. Fun watch.
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    14 Hours Ago
    For sure. Mine have only lasted about 10 years with a rebuild tossed in.
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    stig replied to a thread Motorcycling. in The Rec Room
    The Ural in itself was Řbercool. In this configuration it is unbelievably so.
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    14 Hours Ago
    Permit me to disagree. ARS has them beat IMO.
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    stig replied to a thread HUNTING 2017 in The Rec Room
    You don't hunt pheasants. Not around here anyway. Just driving your truck fast down a forested road will fill your quota.
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    stig replied to a thread Work Pics Thread 2.0! in Climbing Forum
    Sean, as I see it, a normal hinge that size would not have been working outside the envelope on that species. The triple is, at least how i use it, for setting a thickness of hinge that would never work on a given species, but simply break, because it wasn't able to flex. Just so we have that clear. Kudos for practicing with it in a " Doesn't really matter situation", though. That is what I do all the time to better my understanding of how shit works.
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    stig replied to a thread Motorcycling. in The Rec Room
    I'm in love! https://www.revzilla.com/common-tread/this-first-ride-motorcycle-review-is-a-shocker-ural-ev-prototype
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    I hear ya mang. I had to go out and finish that the job the crane went down on. Had to remotely rig a really nasty limb off next to the house and then clean the steep roof on rope while loads of wood went out. All done. Check hits my hands tomorrow. Feel bad for my crane guy. Crane still stuck there till next week when the pump arrives. Left him a message that i was able to complete the job with out him. He'll come up short what we expected to pay out, but Ill throw in some extra bones for good measure.
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    1 Day Ago
    Check the CAT
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    stig replied to a thread milling thread in Chainsaws!
    If you are srious about milling, go 880.
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    stig replied to a thread Work Pics Thread 2.0! in Climbing Forum
    You can throw a cat 60 feet. Respect, Dude!
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    stig replied to a thread milling thread in Chainsaws!
    I've never run my 084 or 880 any different for milling than for killing trees. Those are made to be run hard for long periods.
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    1 Day Ago
    You need to tie the holster down, if you ever get in a fast draw situation.
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    1 Day Ago
    Not the point. I'd rather have wet feet than wear a lump of concrete on my feet. Ever tried those boots, Boss?
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    stig replied to a thread How'd it go today? in Odds and Ends
    Shit, even the Dane knows that one.
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    Amazing that two people can have such different views of a product. Back around 40 years ago, when I worked as a faller for private forests, they were required to outfit the fallers. They'd always try to pass those rubber boots off on us. Eventually the falleres union had a rule put in, that they had to offer both rubber and leather boots. The forestry school has to outfit their students, too. They pull the same one. Give them the rubber boots. I've yet to see an apprentice of mine wearing those rubber horrors, after we've given them a decent pair of boots. Wearing them always put me in mind of somebody, who had fallen out with the Mafia and got tossed in the ocean, wearing a pair of concrete boots. Apparently I've never come across the better varieties, and for sure never tried the felt inner boots, so however much it pains me, I'll have to defer to Justin on this one.
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    2 Days Ago
    Not right now. Our local well that supply my house and the nearest village has had a major pump break dowm. We've had no water for 2 days. Sucks when you have animals. I can live without showering, but the horses need to drink. So I have been taking all the containers we use for water when we are handspraying over to a friends house and filling them. Today they made an emergency hook up with another well, so we have water between 5 and 6 PM and again for an hour in the morning. Like living in a third world country.
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    2 Days Ago
    Somebody taught him well :D
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    2 Days Ago
    I disagree. I wear wescos for daily logging and winters are wet, here. Of course I have 2 pairs, and wear one while the other dries out overnight. And I'm absolutely religious about waxing them. They are caulk boots, not linemans, but I have a pair of those ,too. They are made the same way.
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    2 Days Ago
    I split 30 cubic meters a year, mostly Beech. I split by hand , but use a system based on the California penal code: 3 strikes and you're out. If I hit a piece 3 times and it doesn't split, it goes in the penalty pile and ends up in my 25 tom hydraulic splitter.
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    2 Days Ago
    Look again. The car is pulling the horse cart. I couldn't figure it out either, and I drive with horses. Then about the 3rd time I watched, I noticed the pull line. What were the drunk idiots thinking?
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