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Old 08-16-2013, 06:48 PM   #11
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David says that in most states, it's a law that your ball isn't more than 15" from the ground.
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I think that there's a good chance they might damaged when I leave my driveway.
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Old 08-16-2013, 07:13 PM   #12
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OMG...how to respond!!!!!..

Brass balls on bus.....just don't put a huge bell to lure cows....that may turn the 16 yr girlies on.....but damn what a pain in the arse to listen too...........
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Old 08-16-2013, 09:45 PM   #14
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OMG...how to respond!!!!!..

Brass balls on bus.....just don't put a huge bell to lure cows....that may turn the 16 yr girlies on.....but damn what a pain in the arse to listen too...........
This is true, I kid you not.....
Roswell has a rather large amount of dairy farms. They provide a great deal of the milk for the largest mozzarella factory in the US... Leprino Foods. PLUS Roswell has a lot of beef cattle as well.

One day, earlier this summer, there was a herd of cows being herded down the highway in front of the campground. They took up the whole road and had several people on horse back with border collies herding the cows. The cops stopped traffic for the cows when they crossed Main Street. Out in front of the herd was an old truck with... a cow bell on it. The cows were following the truck!

This was not the first time a herd of cows was moved down the street, but it was the first time I heard the bell.
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Old 08-17-2013, 09:23 AM   #15
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There's a interesting story about Charles Goodnight’s (He's the guy who invented the chuck wagon.) Old Blue, a lead steer on his cattle drives.

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Old 08-17-2013, 03:49 PM   #16
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also beware in the state of FLA u can not hang your ball at all.they will fine u,and take your nuts. ......so u have been warn
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also beware in the state of FLA u can not hang your ball at all.they will fine u,and take your nuts. ......so u have been warn
....so wrong.....just so wrong......if you "lose" ur nuts in the driveway?
Should we call you "Bill" yup...went there ......peace
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bansil ,,u see them flat landers down there don;t have a sence of humur, like us mtn boy's do ,so it a no ball state..lol ..we like our corn liquoir and mtn oyster and women.......
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bansil ,,u see them flat landers down there don;t have a sence of humur, like us mtn boy's do ,so it a no ball state..lol ..we like our corn liquoir and mtn oyster and women.......
Those are uptight New York yankees. They moved to FL, said how wonderful it was thst there wasn't all the rules and restrictions like they left up North. Then the idiots started making all kinds od rules and restrictions until most of the native Florida Crackers ( I can use that term... you can't) moved to other places.

I'm a 7th generation barefoot Floridian. My kids were born in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of NC.
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No problem.



I think that there's a good chance they might damaged when I leave my driveway.
Hey SOMEWHERE, by any chance do you have pics to see how you installed your hitch, also what have you tow with this hitch?

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