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Old 11-17-2007, 06:19 AM
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How to cook a deer

This is one pricey deer!

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Recipe needed, One John Deere Combine, full tank of fuel, tires fully loaded and full of air. To cook preheat to normal operating temp then wait for a failure and fire to start. Then run 100 yards away and take snap pictures of over cooked deere.


Man that sucks that looked like a beautiful piece of equipment.
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Old 11-17-2007, 06:26 AM
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Recipe needed, One John Deere Combine, full tank of fuel, tires fully loaded and full of air. To cook preheat to normal operating temp then wait for a failure and fire to start. Then run 100 yards away and take snap pictures of over cooked deere.
I reckon those directions would get the job done.

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Man that sucks that thing was nice
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Ouch that stinks. Alot of money up in smoke!!
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Man that has gotta suck for the farmer that owned that. That looked like a new Deere.
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Old 11-17-2007, 06:28 AM
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wow, those are pretty $$$$ too right???
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I'm gonna show that to my wife, she thinks I burn up a lot of money with the P stroke

that does suck those are in the 6figures aren't they?
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Old 11-17-2007, 08:56 AM
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I'm gonna show that to my wife, she thinks I burn up a lot of money with the P stroke

that does suck those are in the 6figures aren't they?
If he is like any farmer I know it is leased for the season. Full coverage insurance. So hopefully the only thing he lost was the harvest.

I have seen this happen a few times, usually what happens is the bin gets over full and spills out into the engine compartment. Next thing you know you have burnt beans or popcorn depending on what was being harvested. With the head on that combine he was taking out soft grains, beans, wheat, rye, or something along that line.

Because of this the price of beer just went up but don't tell stump.
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That sucks!!!!!!!
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