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Looks like the post grad school from the Ozarks

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dun

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I somtimes feel like the guy in the last one. All it would need would be a 45 degree hill to be perfect
 

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Whoa. That kinda makes hauling goats in the car look like kid stuff.
 

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Lammie":1a9k78m1 said:
Whoa. That kinda makes hauling goats in the car look like kid stuff.
What about mistymorning with her horse in the back seat?
 

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I have had the paint thing happen to a car Lumina I used to own. I had an awful color or purple in a gallon buckey that one of my staff wanted to use in a craft project. When she returned what was left to me she assured me that the lid was on tight. I should never trust anyone that says that because the inside of my trunk looked very much like that car with the paint everywhere. Luckily it was still met and I was able to hose out most of it.
 

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I think we ran across half of those "vehicles" in downtown Lebanon last week!
 

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dun":syklc1kf said:
Lammie":syklc1kf said:
Whoa. That kinda makes hauling goats in the car look like kid stuff.
What about mistymorning with her horse in the back seat?

I thought it was Angie that hauled livestock in her van? I heard she plans to franchise the operation, turning soccer moms all over rural america into haulers.
 

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I've loaded a few trucks for customers that looked a little like that, but seeing all those, I feel like an amateur.
 

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I've seen things like that on my travels, more so in the third world countries. Seen an Elephant on a board behind a tractor being towed when in Sri Lanka.
 
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