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re: Anyone else here work for the Feds? - highcotton2
[quote]experienced 2013 and it was the longest 3 weeks of my life. [/quote] I am asking this question and it is not meant to be smartass. I honestly do not know the answer. When the government shuts down and some federal workers don’t come into work. Don’t they still get paid later for the days...
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re: Recs for small Battery Jumper? - highcotton2
I have a All Start Boost Pro which uses a lithium ion battery. I have used it several times to start tractors on cold mornings. Only weighs probably five pounds. Really handy to keep in your truck. [img]https://cdn3.volusion.com/o3n9t.dyzs5/v/vspfiles/photos/CAL-570-02-2.jpg?1494493890[/img]...
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re: #ReleaseTheMemo is going out at request of Laura Ingrahams guest - highcotton2
When I go to Twitter the headline is about Stormy Daniels....
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re: Going through some family history. - highcotton2
It amazes me to see stuff similar to this brought in on Pawn Stars by family members. People will have stuff handed down through several generations and then they just sell it for 8 or 9 hundred bucks and say they are going gambling or on a trip. ...
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re: BlackOvis? - highcotton2
I ordered some stuff from their camofire daily deal. The first thing I ordered took about 10 days to get. I also ordered some merino wool base layers and they got to my house 3 days after I ordered them. ...
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re: Green Mountain Grill Wood Pellet Smokers Sale - highcotton2
[quote]they make what are IMHO the best pellet grills on the market[/quote] I think everbody agrees that the MAK pellet boss controller is the best on the market. I have ran a ton and a half of pellets through my MAK 2 Star General with zero problems. ...
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re: No hot water with a tankless water heater outside. - highcotton2
[quote]What is the rational for having a water heater outside?[/quote] Lot of tankless heaters are mounted outside because of the way they are vented. Mine is outside mounted between the studs. Got down to 8° last night no problem. I have a heat strip wrapped around the inlet pipe inside the unit...
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re: When is the best time to have a new calf? (Cows are "cool" edition) - highcotton2
Had a neighbor just recently lost his life trying to help a cow calve. Kind of a freak accident but you never know fooling with animals. Cow was in a head catch. [link=(http://www.elkvalleytimes.com/mitchell-loses-life-in-farm-accident/)]Farming accident[/link] ...
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re: When is the best time to have a new calf? (Cows are "cool" edition) - highcotton2
Damn those things look dangerous to work around. Think I will stick to row crops....
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re: Uncovering Poor Workmanship in Your Home - highcotton2
I know a guy who had been in his new house a little over a year and climbed under the house one day to check something. The drain for the shower had never been hooked up. It was dumping straight on the ground. Another house in our town had plumbing issues and they finally tracked it down to not h...
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re: 39 year old husband and father ripped from his family on MLK day - highcotton2
[quote]Jorge Garcia[/quote] He was probably one of my favorite characters on Lost. With all of the money he made on that show he can move his family to Mexico and be just fine I would think. [img]https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/fi/thumb/9/90/Hurleylost.png/250px-Hurleylost.png[/img]...
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re: Took a few duck pictures on my pond today. - highcotton2
[quote]you know Billy Maison?[/quote] No, I know Billy Madison....
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re: Took a few duck pictures on my pond today. - highcotton2
Man those are great shots. Perfect focus. I have a Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L But it’s hard for me to get in position with it on my pond. I would have to get there before the ducks....
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re: Recommend me a good electric fryer - highcotton2
[quote]You store the grease in it? [/quote] Yea I just leave it in there. But it has a brass ball valve in the bottom so it is easy to drain it back into a container. ...
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re: Recommend me a good electric fryer - highcotton2
That’s fine but it sucks foolng with the oil when you are done. ...
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re: Clothing for Cold Weather Hunting - highcotton2
[quote]As a person who lives and hunts in northern Minnesota, I can affirm that no one up here hunts in sitka or under armour. [/quote] Damn I knew there weren’t many people that live in Minnesota but it’s pretty crazy that you know every one of them....
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re: Recommend me a good electric fryer - highcotton2
I’ve had mine for several years and have had zero problems with it. Stainless steel so it cleans up super easy. Cooked up a batch of fries last night in the cold. [img]http://i.imgur.com/RRgxEWB.jpg[/img]...
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re: Recommend me a good electric fryer - highcotton2
As long as you don’t overload the basket it maintains temps. pretty good. If you are doing big batches for several people the Bayou Classic is hard to beat. You can keep it outside and not smell up your house when frying....
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re: Took a few duck pictures on my pond today. - highcotton2
[quote]Did you shoot it with a 150-[/quote] Yes, Tamron 150-600mm G2...
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re: Took a few duck pictures on my pond today. - highcotton2
[quote]Nice shots!![/quote] Thanks. Also caught these Mallards trying to hide out amongst some geese. [img]http://i.imgur.com/INDR3CH.jpg[/img]...
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