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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread Grove AT635E in Gear Forum
    Yup. Wanna see. Killin me.
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    Climbed wayyyyyyy too many crispy critters this week. The kind you go up to make them smaller, find huge cracks and pick a spot to fall 1/2 of them just to cut some loss in the understory and not hang them up in tight spots. Worked on reassembling the brown ford an got that fired up tonight. Now just some last bits and pieces to button up and fine tuning. Then test driving. Got the white f250 back from its tranny rebuild Friday only to have the truck die Sunday out in the middle of nowhere trap shooting with the kids. Had it towed Back up the hill and got it back yesterday after they fixed the fuel electrical issue. So I ended my work week, after climbing nasty dead, climbing a live 150' sugar pine. One of 3 the HO wants topped due to IPPS beetle infestation. So I did the deed. Two more to do next month. Tried for a long time to talk him into leaving the dead tops as habitat for birds of prey. He would not buy it. So, at least I did a proper job of it. All the other dudes up here would just gaff it up and hack it up. Long week.
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    It must have been, Jerry, since I still strongly remember it from a lifetime ago.
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    When I was a little kid my family was visiting some friends and I stole something from the kid's room that lived there. It was a flag. I fell asleep in the car on the way home and when we got to our house and inside, my mother undressed me and found it because I shoved it down my trousers. The whooping was bad, but I had to go give it back and apologize. My parents made a point of taking me over to do that. It was terrible! Kind of left an imprint about stealing. I wouldn't like to have to go apologize for stealing a person's tools that help provide their livelihood.
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    You guys have stronger stomachs than me, when I saw the creature getting close with the hungry look in it's eyes, I shut it off.
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    Do they ever catch these guys that steal stuff? What's their excuse? What is it, one goes down and another pops up?
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    An interesting topic, a look at how things go for you guys in your environments.
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    Is that Mrs. squish isn't going or no internet? Both could mean real camping. :lol:
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    Fatigue and chainsaws are not a good mix. It's work, things can't always be ideal, but being especially careful is certainly warranted. It's a good point you've mentioned.
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    Not a vicious dog like in this thread, but probably just about as threatening. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/3jflGlrQYaI" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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    woodworkingboy replied to a thread Songs I Like in MBTV
    "The world turned me down". That's a bummer way for Ernest to look at it.'' Mac can make you want to cry. Can't embed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0NtuO_RYFg
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    Stig, is your wife a vegetarian as well? I have an English friend, a lady that lives over here too, an interesting gal that lives alone way out in the boonies. We get together and go out for lunch sometimes, catch up. There's almost no place where we can go to eat that has a vegetarian meal. It's kind of a pain in the butt to get together because I know there will be a fruitless discussion about where we can go. Her cooking is well...something not easy to handle. Usually we just go out and get some cake. It seems like it could be problematical to be married to a vegetarian if you weren't one yourself.
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    Maybe they wanted to create a wildlife habitat.
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    I'd be very hesitant to raise a child near railroad tracks still in use. My own experience when growing up and sometimes things I hear on the news. Lots of people in these parts live right on top of them with trains running all day and into the night. Every time I heard a train coming if I couldn't see my kid I'd wonder where he is.
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    It says the 360 degree view isn't supported by my browser.
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    Got to like that Richard Boy!
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    Cute dogey pic!
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    No doubt a home invasion for the residents must be a highly stressful and often panicking situation. Following the course of the law could be difficult.
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    One of the better revealing views of the catastrophe in only one coastal town. It's still hard to believe. Imagine seeing it with your own eyes. Many residents in the area are having a hard time sleeping to this day, the insecurity is a big problem. The government isn't doing much, busy hyping the olympics and putting money into preparing. The emperor went and waved and said to keep your chin up, then he quickly took off. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/GTM9hIIPwTw" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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    Squish, I appreciate your view and clarification.
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    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/5xARtJlsUi4" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/7hcka9slUk8" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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    Working in 90% humidity is only for people that were born in such a place and have gotten used to it. I tried once as an outsider, it wasn't just being uncomfortable from the heat, my lungs felt like they were getting real messed up and I developed a persistent cough. Giant centipedes and all the other unknown to me before creepy crawlers that liked it were scary too. I got out of there.
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    Reminded me of a real hot scene in the movie. "Ray". Ray did dirty on the Raelette in the middle. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/i8DRen60X10" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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    Do you look at the laws or at the culture when comparing crime rates between countries. Does Canada have the inner city strife that the US has, which is where the vast majority of violent crimes take place.
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    I believe the law changed in Canada pertaining to people convicted of severe crimes being eligible for parole, making it harder to possibly get out of prison, or at least there was a new amendment put forth about two years ago to help ensure longer sentences. C-53 it was called. I guess more than a few thought it necessary. I can't find if it passed or not, which is what I was asking. It's not hard to find cases of people being charged with defending their home, what's harder is knowing whether or not the news sources are legit or not. Here is a recent case pending, lots of websites mention it. Perhaps this is a more legitimate news source being local, not an opinion oriented information type one since they also give the weather. :lol: Lots of sites seem to pick up stories from other sources, who knows from where the information originates. http://thechronicleherald.ca/novascotia/1487818-break-in-suspect-shot-man-in-home-charged#.WXM6Wmvlgdg.facebook
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