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  • doc_madbezos doc_madbezos Nov 19, 2011 6:17 AM Flag

    Mad's Thought for the Day

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    • http://images.travelpod.com/users/lanza_romanza/1.1301650400.shucks-restaurant-sign.jpg

      I appreciate all the kind words and creative replies that the link I posted this morning elicited.

      Have a pleasant evening!

    • Oh yes Professor, I guess you're still very proud of yourself over the fact that just a minor word or link from you can cause my Free Speech Poster Children to spend hours, if not days, weeks and of well, just admit it, years, genuflecting, projecting and weeing down their own legs in public.

      Whatever. I shall count these beans and delete everything without waxing eloquent. Wax on. Wax off.

    • Gorgeous scenery!

      Thanks,
      Judy

    • Thanks for posting that link to such a beautiful Autumn scene.

      Enjoy your day!

      • 2 Replies to shack.king1969
      • "Thanks for posting that link to such a beautiful Autumn scene.
        Enjoy your day!"
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        Holy crap, you and the all typical college child molester bozo must be sequestered deep in concrete jungles to get all gooey eyed over someone else's snapshot of fall leaves turning color.

        Just demonstrates what pathetic life experience-less lives you lead. I feel sorry for you people.
        Out here in in the western Allegheny foothills such scenes are so common place that one rarely takes note.
        I plowed under a 20 acre patch of alfalfa this morning in preparation for corn next spring. Deer passed through including a beautiful 10 point buck, squirrels across the line in the woods were busy putting away black walnuts, a groundhog was fattening up on the last alfalfa he'll get til spring, rabbits jumped out occasionally and field mice scampered to get away from the tractor's path. The sky looked perfect, beautiful light blue with high puffy cumulus clouds as perfect as Windows XP's default wallpaper and there is nothing that can compare to the smell of freshly turned earth traced with an almost undetectable wisp of diesel exhaust.
        Sitting in the cab of the John Deere windows open, hearing the turbocharger whining, feeling the steady pitching & yawing as the five bottom plow ripped through the moist soil, feeling the soft warm breeze that was pushing up from the southwest, it was indeed a glorious day.
        Came back for lunch to fresh baked bread, a healthy slice of warm (northern spy) apple pie and a cold glass of unpasteurized milk from our brindle Jersey cow. The smell of fresh baked bread in he kitchen will elicit a Pavlov;s dog response and get the saliva going. Oh and forgot about the home made butter form our cow, so rich that it borders on the color orange, not like the pasty yellow crap you slum dwellers eat.

        Incidentally, one of the Thanksgiving desserts this year will be Black Walnut Ice Cream made with our own cream and brown eggs from our free range Golden Comet laying hens.
        I delivered equipment to restaurants in the area bozo lives, every one of them is a pig hole I wouldn't eat there on a bet. The last time we installed a piece of equipment, my son said "looky there", there by the trash was a 5 gallon bucket of dead rats, I'm guessing they're not permitted to throw the in the trash. Ain't no wonder you jerks get a whacked out over a mundane photo of some pretty tree leaves.

      • Hi, Shack

        That scene looks like the Chestnut Hill section of Forbidden Drive.

        I hope you and Gina are happy and well.

        Regards,

        Mad

 
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