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Registered on:12/10/2007
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re: Emergency preparedness... - bayoudude
[quote]i have never thought of this [/quote] My diesel's manual mentions this could happen during an exhaust filter cleaning cycle. ...
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re: Zoo pass - bayoudude
Depends on the level. I have the safari crew and it is around $230 a year for my family and two gests each time we visit plus has baby sitter privilege. But i think the basic family plan with no guests or baby sitter is around $100 like previously posted. ...
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re: I'm thinking about a F350 dually. Tell me what you know. - bayoudude
Sadly many 5th wheels that people pull with srw 3/4 tons area really in 350-450 dually territory. I have a 32 ft wildcat 5th wheel and it drops my 3/4 ton F250 on its ass. Has aronud 1800 lbs of pin weight. I would definitely recommend the 350 over the 250 but wouldn't jump to the dually unless you ...
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re: Photos of History - bayoudude
[quote]Is the Louis from Revenge of the Nerds with Princess Diana[/quote] My first thought as well :rotflmao:...
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re: OB job openings thread - bayoudude
Thanks reds on reds. Ideally i would like to move out to the country in southern MS on a large acreage spread. Just need to find some kind of decent work within an hour - hour and twenty minute drive so i can have the funds to maintain the place and not pay kids tuition etc from the savings :lol:...
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re: OB job openings thread - bayoudude
It can be very tedious if you work somewhere that you are stuck at a computer all day and don't get any field time at the actual projects. There is a nice sense of completion though and pride when you see a design that you were a part of out on the water working. ...
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re: OB job openings thread - bayoudude
[quote]What kind of work are you doing with the NAME degree? Still not sure what I want my concentration to be[/quote] First seven years out of college were at a design firm putting together drawing packages for tugs, barges and small osv's. Also did stability studies, nest tapes and provided con...
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re: OB job openings thread - bayoudude
[quote]If you stick with NAME, I might be able to hook you up with some local job options after you're done. My family has been in the ship engine/rigging biz for a while. A lot of the guys who start in NAME switch to ME.[/quote] BS in NAME here graduated in 2005. Looking to jump ship and move on...
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re: Tuffys or shiners - bayoudude
[img]http://aquaticmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Rosy-red-minnow-information-Rosy-Red-minnow-for-sale-and-where-to-buy-Aquaticmag-2.jpg[/img] These are the only tuffy minnows i am familiar with. $0.10 a piece at most pet shops. Used for feeding aquarium fish but i bet they would be great as ...
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re: Tuffys or shiners - bayoudude
You talking about the orange minnows for sale at the pet shop as feeder fish?...
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re: ATTN: contractors/engineers of the OB - bayoudude
Picture didn't come through....
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re: Freakishly Huge Chicken Frightens and Confuses the Internet - bayoudude
Apparently if you castrate (caponize) a rooster when it is young it is like putting it on steroids. It is a tough thing to do and can easily kill the chicken but if it works they get huge. ...
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re: Hipoint 9mm - bayoudude
My highpoint carbine has been great for what it is... ...
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re: Hog Hunting, Concordia Parish - bayoudude
Looks like you only have to notify green jeans if hunting at night. I usually make two hog trips a year outside of deer season to a buddy's camp and we hunt out of box stands. Never had an issue with game warden coming check on us. As long as you aren't killing bambi they can't tell you anything for...
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re: New Record for Texas Longhorn Cow Sold at Public Auction - bayoudude
Holy shit! Can they expect to make any of that money back from breeding or was that just price just for dick measuring? :lol:...
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re: Land Cruiser...would you buy it? - bayoudude
My mom had a 94 model and that thing was a beast. Kept it 13 years. ...
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re: Pixar's "Coco" Trailer - bayoudude
I would much rather a sequel to the Incredibles than another toy story movie. ...
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re: When do you put gas in your vehicle? - bayoudude
I usually wait till the dash tells me under 100 miles to empty. Normally a little under 1/4 tank. 37 gallon tank on my current truck. ...
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re: what’s the best to add to a crawfish boil? - bayoudude
Like to add a dozen or so yard eggs to the pot when you kill the fire and start the soak. Man those things are good with a little dip :cheers:...
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re: How to determine if property is wetlands? - bayoudude
[quote]Factor in mitigation costs and show that to the seller as a bargaining chip before buying. [/quote] Chances are if wetlands mitigation is needed for the properties intended use the mitigation will cost more than the land. ...
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