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Unread 01-25-2012, 07:33 AM   #2326
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Anybody else would have had two pigs long gone!! But not you. They almost act like dogs! You're leading a charmed life dude.

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Unread 01-26-2012, 07:28 PM   #2327
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Thanks Guys, we definitely got lucky with the pigs. Pen is repaired and they are reinstated in their home! Now to make them grow. The black and white one is 180#, and the white one is only 130#. We've wormed her twice but she is not gaining. The b/w one is gaining TOO fast! They were the same size when we got them.
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Unread 01-26-2012, 07:58 PM   #2328
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I would expect as much, none of you guys ( and gal) are heavy weights
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Unread 01-26-2012, 08:00 PM   #2329
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Really liking you new picture Scott!! Post up a full sized one when you get a chance.
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Unread 01-26-2012, 08:54 PM   #2330
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Really liking you new picture Scott!! Post up a full sized one when you get a chance.
I'm afraid to ask.... which picture?
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Unread 01-26-2012, 09:03 PM   #2331
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The new avitar picture in the boat.
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Unread 01-26-2012, 09:44 PM   #2332
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The new avitar picture in the boat.
Whew! I wasn't sure you weren't talking about the pig!




This is the only one where I am really handsome!
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Unread 01-27-2012, 05:59 AM   #2333
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How about the one with just your feet and the clouds and trees reflecting off the water?
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Unread 01-27-2012, 06:18 AM   #2334
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How about the one with just your feet and the clouds and trees reflecting off the water?
Me thinks the warm weather has some effect on the thinking process down there.

Scott, your avatar picture. The little picture in the upper left hand corner of you computer screen, the one just under your name.

We would like to see THAT picture bigger.

Were's Gmakra at when you need him, he could explain it gooder.

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Unread 01-27-2012, 07:04 AM   #2335
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Bill since you asked, I did some high powered calculations. The picture of the Skipper fishing is symbolic of him fishing for answers on pipe bending, however the margin of error on my calculations (very small%) leads me to believe that he really is fishing for answers or a completed cage.

When one figures the longitude and latitude and the Floridian Tude (additude) I suspect the later is correct

Now the small picture deals with Nano Technology! And according to my calculations Skipper may have purchased some nano technology glazing putty! Though I am sure he is like the rest of us where we read the instructions after we tried the product.

Once again plugging various factors into my flux capacitor powered calculator I suspect he left the tube of nano tach glazing putty open next to the fiber glass tub with a sign that said "ok use guys this is the tub I want use to makes smooth" and then went for a boat ride were he snapped the picture of him lounging around.
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Unread 01-27-2012, 08:42 AM   #2336
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Bill since you asked, I did some high powered calculations. The picture of the Skipper fishing is symbolic of him fishing for answers on pipe bending, however the margin of error on my calculations (very small%) leads me to believe that he really is fishing for answers or a completed cage.

When one figures the longitude and latitude and the Floridian Tude (additude) I suspect the later is correct

Now the small picture deals with Nano Technology! And according to my calculations Skipper may have purchased some nano technology glazing putty! Though I am sure he is like the rest of us where we read the instructions after we tried the product.

Once again plugging various factors into my flux capacitor powered calculator I suspect he left the tube of nano tach glazing putty open next to the fiber glass tub with a sign that said "ok use guys this is the tub I want use to makes smooth" and then went for a boat ride were he snapped the picture of him lounging around.
Gmakra you left out a small detail about the Floridian Tude. When the hogs got out the other day that upset the natural balance in the Kerr's ecocenter. It was like a offset shift of fault lines that causes earthquakes, that's another reason the one pig is bigger too. That and Scott likes him better, pigs know this stuff...trust me.
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Unread 01-27-2012, 08:51 AM   #2337
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Jim you are absolutley correct but I didnt want to get to technical cause Bill reads these posts too and I didnt want to lose him.
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Unread 01-27-2012, 03:45 PM   #2338
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Me thinks the warm weather has some effect on the thinking process down there.

Scott, your avatar picture. The little picture in the upper left hand corner of you computer screen, the one just under your name.

We would like to see THAT picture bigger.

Were's Gmakra at when you need him, he could explain it gooder.

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Bill since you asked, I did some high powered calculations. The picture of the Skipper fishing is symbolic of him fishing for answers on pipe bending, however the margin of error on my calculations (very small%) leads me to believe that he really is fishing for answers or a completed cage.

When one figures the longitude and latitude and the Floridian Tude (additude) I suspect the later is correct

Now the small picture deals with Nano Technology! And according to my calculations Skipper may have purchased some nano technology glazing putty! Though I am sure he is like the rest of us where we read the instructions after we tried the product.

Once again plugging various factors into my flux capacitor powered calculator I suspect he left the tube of nano tach glazing putty open next to the fiber glass tub with a sign that said "ok use guys this is the tub I want use to makes smooth" and then went for a boat ride were he snapped the picture of him lounging around.
Professor- I'm thinking you must live across the road from a cow pasture!! I can't think of any other way to come up with this stuff! You and dave are in your own league!

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Gmakra you left out a small detail about the Floridian Tude. When the hogs got out the other day that upset the natural balance in the Kerr's ecocenter. It was like a offset shift of fault lines that causes earthquakes, that's another reason the one pig is bigger too. That and Scott likes him better, pigs know this stuff...trust me.
I want to know how you know so much about pigs!! Thinking I may need some pig gussets for the roll cage.
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Unread 01-27-2012, 07:09 PM   #2339
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Actually Scotty you are correct in saying I am full of it, But I had plenty of inspiration.

Now in LA I was friends with Russell Johnson's kid (Russell was the professor on Gilligan's Island) The kid is actually our age and a fellow Jeeper (YJ) he has an IQ that is in the stratosphere however he really does have two left hands. He could talk about anything, including the most esoteric subjects you could think of. His proble
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Unread 01-27-2012, 07:13 PM   #2340
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Dang Internet explorer!

His problem was that opening a can of soup was a mental and physical challenge. So he was always working menial jobs.

So yeah I had plenty of inspiration.
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