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Soggy Saturday
#179194 Sat Mar 13 2010 07:06 AM
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Good morning there gas geeks. It is a rainy day here in the 40s again. Had a good time with the family last night out of town. Got some stuff to put together & find something to do inside. You all have a good weekend smile


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gasoildude #179195 Sat Mar 13 2010 07:16 AM
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mornong brad and everybody.soggy here as well.little breakfast them out to do a little trim for a customer.got 1 of the 515s in the garage and gona start working on it a bit later.hagr8 day!!mick


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gasoildude #179196 Sat Mar 13 2010 07:21 AM
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morning gasoildude, same here wet, going to be wet all weekend.my wife let me bring my new pump in the house, the sun room, she said its pretty. i think i'll spent some time cleaning it up, its a older restore clock face. hagd....... morning Mick.

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quincy oil&gas #179201 Sat Mar 13 2010 08:23 AM
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Morning all, got a 26 foot Penske truck and trailer to unload. A bunch of gas pumps and parts followed me home from MO yesterday, thanks Tony.


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philmccauley #179202 Sat Mar 13 2010 08:28 AM
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Good Morning everyone, wet and windy here. have a good one


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+Chris Holt #179218 Sat Mar 13 2010 10:50 AM
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Morning all! Foggy as all get out this morning! Gonna take the snowmobiles out to the farm to rest up for the long summer! At least, I hope its a long one! Today looks like its going to be kind of a HoneyDu day! Hope her list isn't toooooooo long!
Phil---I get nervous unloading 4 or 5 pumps! How many go in a 26 foot truck and trailer???
Have a great day on me!!--KEVIN


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K W FRITH #179225 Sat Mar 13 2010 11:44 AM
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Lunch break. Ripping the heads off a 3.4L Chevy Venture...making me earn my money...very close quarters.

Have a good weekend all gassers.

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Ohio Oil #179235 Sat Mar 13 2010 03:02 PM
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Good afternoon,
Sun is out and so should I. Plenty to do if I get around to doing it. Good day,
Mike

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bruzer75 #179251 Sat Mar 13 2010 05:32 PM
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Called Thunder again today, his Nurse is spoiling him. Said he was doing good.
Weather here is still great, been in the low 70's.

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Dick Bennett #179254 Sat Mar 13 2010 05:50 PM
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Hello everybody, cloudy/rainy day here today also. At least it wasn't as rainy as yesterday, got soaked loading pumps.
Phil, glad to hear you made it home with everything.
Tony

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sanford #179260 Sat Mar 13 2010 06:39 PM
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I still haven't heard how many pumps you can get in a 26 foot truck and trailer????????


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K W FRITH #179263 Sat Mar 13 2010 06:44 PM
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I JUST GOT IN FROM THE 6.5 HOURS DRIVE HOME FROM THE MASON/DIXON SHOW. IT RAINED HEAVILY THE ENTIRE TIME. THE SHOW WAS GREAT! I HELPED THE ECONOMY AND THE IT HELPED ME laugh

WHAT I CAME HOME TO WAS A MESS mad WE ARE GETTING GUSTS OF WIND UP TO 60MPH AND RAIN BELTING THE HOUSE WITH TREMENDOUS FORCE. I HOPE
I CAN GET SOME SLEEP TONIGHT AND GET TO SLEEP IN TOMORROW HAVING THE SAME WEATHER. I FEEL SORRY FOR THE SHORELINE FOLKS. LOW TIDE LOOKS LIKE A NASTY HIGH TIDE.


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