The rant thread...

Discussion in 'The Water Cooler' started by buckeye, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. Sota

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    Got all the dirt moved 25 wheelbarrows each way but passed septic inspection only cost me $575
     
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    No, from a womans point of view:

    Secret to a long marriage, is convincing him your going deaf.
     
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    What?
     
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    Will raise you an untold number of ranger loads to excavate and 2 loads of fill to create this plus a 25 foot walkway.

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    You enjoy every last second.
     
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    I will once completed
     
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    2 more months and change till live from the stand 2020.:throw:
     
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    Or same post but in the best things thread.... Half full man half full
     
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    that might also qualify for the Best Things in Life thread...
    just saying.
     
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    It be there by man. I just needed to fix my perspective as, well, Fix rightfully pointed out. 2020 was getting to me man.
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    look, brother- I operate wired daily. But if I ever get to the point where I look at hunting season being less than 6 months out as a negative; I am going to pull the plug. That's when I know I am over the edge.

    I am as pissed off, hurt, and angry as anyone else as to what is going on in our country...but deer season being appx 90 days away is a blessing. A blessing.
     
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    Oh I hear ya! It was more a rant about having to endure the relentless BS For that long before we fire up the LFTS thread and get back to a hunting focus. I'm counting the days and beers till then...which is a lot of beers.
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    Pick the deer contest teams! For the love of God, post the teams!

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    I just want to go to the F#$@&+ Gym! I miss my routine.
     
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    Snapchat groups..

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    Nothing like a midnight swim into a flooded river full of water moccasins to save all the watercraft from the floodwaters. I got there in the nick of time and saved both John boats, a long tail mud motor, 2 canoes, 3 Trollin motors, three deep cycle batteries, a sit on top kayak, 7 inner tubes, 3 pool rafts, and a giant inflatable yellow duck. Unfortunately the river claimed the big inflatable unicorn float, the other kayak, and the big old live oak the kayaks were tied to.
    This is what the river/dam normally looks like:
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    This is tonight:
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    Pictures don’t do it justice. That’s a 100yd long and 35’ high dam. Just watched a giant hickory tree float over the top and get caught in the hydraulic jump. It got smashed into firewood sized chunks in 20 seconds.
     

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