Re: Re: SPEC X: Gerald DArby & weed control
- Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Re: SPEC X: Gerald DArby & weed control
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- Date: Tue, 21 May 2002 12:44:38 EDT
In a message dated 5/21/2002 7:24:17 AM Central Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
Subj:[iris-photos] Re: SPEC X: Gerald DArby & weed control
Date:5/21/2002 7:24:17 AM Central Daylight Time
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Now Bill. . .what kind of "4 wheeler" did you have that had "zero
fuel cost and low maintenance?" Every one I've had didn't know about
that zero fuel cost. . .guess I forgot to tell them. . and low
maintenance. . .whew. . .$8 a foot for shoeing and vet checks,
worming, shots, . . .hmmmmm. . . maybe I had the wrong model!!! If I
ever get another one, I'll talk with you first!!*grin!
Well, gosh Doris, I stand corrected. Spect the only consensus we are going to be able to reach on this post is that a new dimension has been added to the routine iris maintenance procedure of pulling Dock out of the flower bed.
However, in the interest of a comprehensive answer, I'm adding to this post a portion of previously communicated, off list treatise addressing maintenance costs.
Well, haven't owned so very many horses at once. Been horseless for about 5 years now but ain't never gonna be happy this way. Too, I rarely let reality get in the way of my illusions. Find horses a lot like wives. More than one is kinda hard to handle. They both train you and not vice versa. Maintenance cost for either is about the same.
Some here say you ain't a real cowboy if you can't shoe your own horse, shoot your own dog, or you gotta wife. Well, I know for sure I ain't a real cowboy cause I ain't shot the dog and I still gotta wife.
Smiles to yawl preciate the humor,
Bill Burleson 7a/b
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