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post #1 of 9 Old 04-14-2019, 09:20 AM Thread Starter
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Nothing but comedy

I caught this article while doing a Google search and almost ruined a keyboard reading it.
I'm not sure where the author was getting his info. Maybe Wikipedia, after it was edited by a 7 year old?

Anywho, just a bit of morning comedy for y'all:

https://countrysidenetwork.com/daily...-buyers-guide/


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Well hey, he's the expert, who are we to disagree? I'd love to have that "oversized wheelbarrow" he talks about in a condescending manner though! Also, his take on older tractors not being versatile, he apparently hasn't spent any time on a farm that has a few!!!

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I'm sending out emails to find out who sells a CUT with a Cat 0 hitch........
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I caught this article while doing a Google search and almost ruined a keyboard reading it.
I'm not sure where the author was getting his info. Maybe Wikipedia, after it was edited by a 7 year old?

Anywho, just a bit of morning comedy for y'all:

https://countrysidenetwork.com/daily...-buyers-guide/

You have to love these articles written obviously by desk jockeys who likely have never used machinery in their lives.

My self propelled wheelbarrow does rather well for its size.

A few wheelbarrows of dirt it dug and loaded onto a sifter.

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Self propelled wheelbarrow my backside!

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Seems that I recall from my childhood, 60 years ago, that self propelled wheelbarrows had a capacity of about 3000 lb. The city used them for pouring concrete sidewalks.


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Re: Nothing but comedy

Didn't go to the link, but I kinda like my self propelled wheelbarrow and hydraulic digging spoon.
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That’s strange, the comments I left on that article correcting some of his mistakes wasn’t approved. Maybe too snarky....
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That’s strange, the comments I left on that article correcting some of his mistakes wasn’t approved. Maybe too snarky....
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CAT--maybe it was just your manner==or whatever...You KNOW some folks get offended so e a s i l y nowadays....Everything sets them off.

I bet he knew you were a smart-azz.....

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Re: Nothing but comedy

You can tell it was written more based off research and not solely by experience, although I do see mention the author owns a tractor with a CAT-2 hitch.

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