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re: Fort Worth arsonist gets 40 years after telling judge "go frick yourself" at start of trial - bayoudude
[quote]Billiot[/quote] Has to be a displaced Point aux Chene Indian. Those Billiots and Dar Dars don't frick around :lol:...
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re: Experts on Coastal Erosion - bayoudude
Look on google maps at the area between the Atchafalaya and MS River outlets. That will show you the effects of controlling the flow of the MS river. Even in my lifetime of 36 years Terrebonne Parish is almost unrecognizable from my childhood. The coastal marsh on the eastern side of the parish is ...
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re: Any MS land men on here? ie mineral rights - bayoudude
[quote] Tuscaloosa shale is dead for next 50-100 years, you probably don't have much to worry about.[/quote] There are only a couple wells that I was able to locate in the entire county and none of them produced anything of note the last couple years. It really isn't a big oil and gas area my mai...
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re: Gunshots Fired in Paris - Champs-Elysées Closed - bayoudude
[quote]Better known as AK-47[/quote] Probably the most widespread small arm on the planet. ...
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re: Any MS land men on here? ie mineral rights - bayoudude
I am really not worried about owning the subsurface. I just don't want my land raped and pillaged after investing that much into a property. I would be content owning all surface rights. Never ran into anything like this in LA guess this is just another way MS is backwards. ...
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re: Any MS land men on here? ie mineral rights - bayoudude
[quote]However the OP needs to accept that he could have a dozer clear a location, a drilling rig pull up, pits be dug, and pumping unit installed withing plain view of his front porch and there will not be one thing he can do to stop it. [/quote] Yep and not sure i can accept that after investi...
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re: Any MS land men on here? ie mineral rights - bayoudude
Thanks Clyde. Gotta love the OB. I was told that in MS there is a limit to one well per section so any new activity i would think would take place at that old well site. ...
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re: Any MS land men on here? ie mineral rights - bayoudude
Section 11 Township 04S Range 17W Pearl River County...
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re: Any MS land men on here? ie mineral rights - bayoudude
[quote]Are you certain Weyerhaeuser owns the minerals?[/quote] Just going off of their standard contract they sent over for acceptance before we proceed with title search, closing etc. Hell they may not for all i know at this point the previous land owner before Weyerhaeuser may own them. Any eas...
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re: At What Age Did You Get a Cell Phone? Parents: At What Age Did You Give Your Kids a Phone? - bayoudude
First phone was my junior year of high school so probably 16-17 yrs old in 1996. It was a huge arse bag phone that cost $0.60/minute to use and was for emergency only. Damn thing had awesome reception though. ...
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re: Any MS land men on here? ie mineral rights - bayoudude
If this were to be used solely for recreation it wouldn't be that big of a deal but i want to build a home site here in the next 5 years. Don't want to be drinking my morning coffee in the middle of the woods and have to listen to heavy machinery. With their standard contract I am not sure what the ...
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re: Any MS land men on here? ie mineral rights - bayoudude
That's the feeling i get. The only thing the excluded was sand and gravel. The attorney wants clay to be removed as well but i want all rights of ingress and egress taken off of there. I may be willing to waive mineral rights under the land but I definitely want to be able to block any surface activ...
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Any MS land men on here? ie mineral rights - bayoudude
Trying to buy some timber company land and currently hung up on some clauses in their purchase contract. I have an attorney's office in MS looking at it now but wanted some input from anyone that might be familiar. I know that in MS whatever is specified in the mineral rights is lifetime. My gripe i...
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re: Separate power meter for shop - bayoudude
I know my dad put his on one due to all the power tools he had in there not to mention it was a good 300 feet behind his house.. Lots of 220v wood working equipment. I think a separate meter is a good idea if doing some light industrial hobby work such as welding or large power tools. ...
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re: Separate power meter for shop - bayoudude
Yep my parents have the same thing. Charged at a commercial rate for the barn meter. ...
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re: No poison for wild hogs - bayoudude
I am not sure if my concern is warranted but i would be fearful of feeding my family tainted meat if the poisoning of hogs becomes widespread. I enjoy eating wild hog. ...
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re: Costa sunglasses - bayoudude
Hmmm i think i still have my last pair with a broken arm sitting in the door of my truck. Gonna have to send those bastards in if I am only looking at $12 to fix :cheers:...
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re: 20 or 30 year term life insurance - bayoudude
I went 30 yr term as well and bought the policy when i was 31 through met-life. Paying $1336/year for a $750k policy. By the time it expires the kids will be on their own and that was the main reason to buy the policy in the first place. Just wanted to make sure the wife could provide for them while...
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re: Cost of building a bridge - bayoudude
Hopefully the waterway isn't under the jurisdiction of the Corps of Engineers. If so good luck doing things the right way quickly or cheaply. ...
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re: having a third child in today's two child world - bayoudude
I have three children two years apart. Biggest thing when they are little is finding someone to keep three kids. One or two most people are good with ask them to keep three.... The other issue is vehicle size as most vehicles are maxed out at five and that doesn't leave much room for stuff if going ...
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