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    Eww neither...haha...yuck :-p
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    Quote Originally Posted by hwoods View Post
    Tea??............ Yuck........... See the Starbucks thread. Coffee is the thing.......
    Thats ok Harve, I drink them both as the mood takes me.
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    I've never tried Starbucks Coffee. For me, the Star-Bucks part means the price actors pay for a simple cup of joe. Give me some good old (two days minimum) truck stop pure black, somewhat burnt, and sticks to your ribs coffee.. Yeah, that's the stuff.. Takes the paint right off the fenders..
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhvfd1214 View Post
    I've never tried Starbucks Coffee. For me, the Star-Bucks part means the price actors pay for a simple cup of joe. Give me some good old (two days minimum) truck stop pure black, somewhat burnt, and sticks to your ribs coffee.. Yeah, that's the stuff.. Takes the paint right off the fenders..
    Husky still serves the best roadhouse coffee ever!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hwoods View Post
    Tea??............ Yuck........... See the Starbucks thread. Coffee is the thing.......
    Starbucks....ugh! Every time I go in there, it smells like burnt bananas.

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    You know you're at a great truckstop restaurant when you can order a fried balogna sandwich with a slice of tomato, and a side of coffee-black, to go. Then, the waitress, a slightly portly woman with a beautiful tatoo of a faded rose showing through her cleavage, looks at you and asks, "Mayo or mustard, cutie?" Yeah, that's the best!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhvfd1214 View Post
    You know you're at a great truckstop restaurant when you can order a fried balogna sandwich with a slice of tomato, and a side of coffee-black, to go. Then, the waitress, a slightly portly woman with a beautiful tatoo of a faded rose showing through her cleavage, looks at you and asks, "Mayo or mustard, cutie?" Yeah, that's the best!!


    Or, as Tom T. Hall said, "Fried Baloney, Eggs, and Gravy every day"........


    Neither Tom nor I care for "Bologna". We're Americans, so it's properly "Baloney".
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    Just a week in the county jail?? Hwoods??

    Yeah, that jailer's wife began to look good..
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    Triton Boat Update for Hwoods:

    I am still very pleased with my used Triton boat, however, I've found it somewhat difficult to find a buyer for my Tracker. The Triton, being ten years old, has given me some fits, but nothing unexpected from a used boat. I've had to replace a few livewell pumps, re-glue the transducer, (actually changed the two fishfinders with some spectacular buys from ebay.) And most recently, had to replace the onboard battery charger. The Mercury engine continues to perform well. I've managed to develope my driving skills to bring it up to a continuous 67 mph without a pronounced chine walk, but I would still like to extend my jackplate with a two inch spacer. (one of these days..) I have decided that if I ever decide to buy a new one, Triton is probably worth the investment. The boat still seems to be able to find fish, although I wish it would find bigger fish, but I think that may be operator error..
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    although I wish it would find bigger fish, but I think that may be operator error..


    P.S.O.R.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhvfd1214 View Post
    The boat still seems to be able to find fish, although I wish it would find bigger fish, but I think that may be operator error..
    At least you're finding time to fish.................

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    If I didn't go fishing... shuddering at the thought... Well, let's not go there. It wouldn't be a pretty sight. I'd have to start acting like normal people. There is no fun in that. Besides, when the global economy collapses and people have to resort back to being hunter/gatherers, me and Harve will be trading fish for other resources. "Want some fish? Yeah, I got fish, but it's gonna cost you..."
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    That's it.....I'm going fishing, license or no license.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firecat1 View Post
    That's it.....I'm going fishing, license or no license.
    Amen! I like to hear about people going fishing, but I would encourage it to be done legally.. Most states use the license fees to support their wildlife agencies. I've seen Mississippi's officers being limited by their budget, and it isn't the best way to promote our resources.. State lakes have cut out boat rentals because of threats of lawsuits, swimming areas are being closed down, and general maintenance issues are being left to private organizations once the funds are gone. So, by all means, buy a license and help support those who protect our resources! ....stepping down from soapbox....
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    In all honesty, I wouldn't fish without a license. What with 6 days a week at work plus studying, on Sundays, I'm just too tired to do much of anything, even fishing.

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    I'm not getting much Fishing in either.......... It's Tractor Pull Season..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by hwoods View Post
    I'm not getting much Fishing in either.......... It's Tractor Pull Season..........
    What, your tractors don't have an ignition key? I only have pull ropes on my push mower and weed eater.

    Or do you mean that your tractors don't work and have to be drug about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ullrichk View Post
    What, your tractors don't have an ignition key? I only have pull ropes on my push mower and weed eater.

    Or do you mean that your tractors don't work and have to be drug about?

    Does that mean his tractors just lay about using drugs? From the sounds of it, can't be 'speed'...

    Reminded me of a call late last night. Paged out to a "Grass & Scrub Fire - House Fire" Had us wondering if it was one of those people who grow 'grass' in the roof cavity, and it had caught fire through poorly/illegally wired lighting? The backburn method of controlling a grassfire would have been a little tough on the neighbours... Of course it turned out to be one of those brainless little turkeys that remove the SIM card from a phone then make the emergency call.
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    Did you guys introduce the "turkey" to the wide range uses of 2 1/2", 225gpm fire streams, including how it affects the human body?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ullrichk View Post
    What, your tractors don't have an ignition key? I only have pull ropes on my push mower and weed eater.

    Or do you mean that your tractors don't work and have to be drug about?


    Actually, I mean that if my Tractor pulls the Sled farther down the track than the others, I win!! It's like Drag Racing with a big weight tied to the back of the Race Car.............


    But Then, You knew that all along..............
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