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:scratchead:   Isn't that what :rs: is all about...

our native American  :wh: history?        :teasing-poke:

 

It's our "hot topic" everyday here.    :angry-extinguishflame:

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You are very wise AMC.   :bow-blue:

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:angry-extinguishflame:  Oh!!! Now I get it. That emoticon is someone putting out another Tecky fire. :teasing-wedgie::hide:

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That was cold Bob.  :laughing-rolling:   You know AMC's not gonna stand for that.   :laughing-rolling:

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I bet you'll like this Kohler restoration smiley better. cleaning-41.gif

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You've been watching me!! As part of my retired wifely duties I was doing that today.

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:eusa-doh:     :scared-eek:      :text-tmi: shanemaidduster.gif

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 cleaning-41.gif          That might be the deluxe model Kohler....I think it has the 4 gallon tank.
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:eusa-doh:     :scared-eek:      :text-tmi: shanemaidduster.gif

 

 

:scared-eek:   :scared-eek:   :scared-eek:   :scared-eek:   :scared-eek:      I won't be able to sleep tonight.

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Ya ain't been watching me closely enough Craig. My feather duster is white!

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I've heard that about you.   :violence-duel:

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Looks like we got a border skirmish on our hands!  :) Speaking of Tecky's, with the weather we have been having lately I've been thinking about firing up the 2 cycle snowblowers. :jaw:

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Geez!! I must be old! Even after my 3rd cup of coffee this morning I can't come up with a good comeback :scratchead:

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You better recruit some help then Bob.  :laughing-rolling:

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A Tecky just out of the crate! 

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Cmon Mike, Let's see it.

 

I'm sure you have one ready for when they  turn into a :deadhorse: .

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And the winner is... AMC!  So far.  :icecream:

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I'm still thinking Geno. The pain is intense.

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There are 4 Tecky's here at the "Plaza" 3 of them are 2 cycle jobs. 1 in a tiller I bought with gas so stale it would evaporate the alcohol out of a bottle of Old Grandad but it ran on it!  :thumbs: Another in a 72 Sno Pup. the other one in a newer Toro blower. The only 4 cycle here is a 5.5 HPSnow King on a MTD blower that looks like it layed in the canal for a few years but runs great

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I'm still thinking Geno. The pain is intense.

 

Come on Bob, I know you can do it!  :)

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:eusa-doh:Less thinking, and more cleaning...

wife might let him back into the :wh: garage.   :handgestures-thumbsup: 

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You got it all wrong Craig. I RUN THINGS AT THIS HOUSE...............The vacuum cleaner, the dishwasher, the washing machine.................

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You guys are crazy!  :laughing-rolling:

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