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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Justifiable reasons for swearing


This bag is half full of $900 a ton organic soymeal.
Do you see any problem with the bag that would make someone exclaim, "oh fiddle!" followed by !@#$% and $%^&* not to mention )(*&^!
Just asking...
-Note- I'm really an optimist. I didn't say half empty... I also didn't pay $900 for the bag, but that is a whole other story...

9 comments:

  1. Pallet not centered in the frame, ruining another idyllic day in the life shot?

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  2. Reminds me of all the fun times I've had when a shaft bearing went out under a four ton load of feed in the auger wagon, or an apron chain broke when I started to unload the manure spreader.
    Aside from coffee and pie. I'm not seeing any solution that won't damage the lazy part of lazy farmer.

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  3. I think it was Mark Twain that made some remark that there were times that profanity brought more peace than prayer.

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  4. In true lazy farmer fashion, I have my lovely and gracious wife running the disk and I have come in to "Check the Weather" on the computer. She doesn't understand when I accidently call her "Mirandy"
    Also in true lazy farmer fashion I did not want to drive all the way around the big forklift which was positioned to load feed in the mixer. So I used the small forklift and raised the pallet with the bag of soy over the top of the big forklift so I could squeeze between the big forklift, several bags of oats, and a dead 1964 Ford FWD pickup (that i intend to start any day now but havent started in a decade.)
    I hit a bump and the mast swayed.
    At least it didn't drop on the Ford...
    Now how the #$%^&*( do I pick it up...
    I think I will call up MuddyValley and see if he has any booze left...

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  5. Now that's a little worse than spilling a can of red paint. hopefully easier to clean up though.

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  6. Mirandy's Electrolux and about a half gazillion vac bags. This will make more sense after the Kickapoo Joy Juice.

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  7. It strikes me the challenge will be rolling that back onto the pallet without puncturing or bursting the seams of the bag.

    Nothing that can't be fixed by a daughter, a scoop shovel, and a long afternoon.

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    1. An ideal solution, and the pigs which I assume are the ultimate consumers won't mind a little dirt.

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  8. ummmm Strap three pallets around it & roll it over? While there is a little single malt left, we have finished gluing the farm house together with 10 cases of caulk (120 tubes) and it is masked & ready to paint, and it looks like rain. I may need that scotch. But I'll save you some anyway.

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