Encouraging video from the ****

Discussion in 'Food Plots for Wildlife' started by Jason Broom, Jul 9, 2019 at 6:11 PM.

  1. dogghr

    dogghr Well-Known Member

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    Tell you what I don't miss from the old forum was some few that resorted to 3rd grade petty name calling during some of the more vivid discussions. I do appreciate that being non existent on this forum. I don't have problem with diff of opinion, but civility can still be the norm.
    Guess its time to let things pass and move on. I have a Dr appt this morn for a physical involving intimate relations with him if you know what I mean.:( Everything else will seem trivial. Have a good day friends, and thanks for all the info freely given over the years.
     
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    Dr. Longfinger I presume ?
     
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    More than a cough, huh?
     
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    Maybe we can start our own MeToo movement..
    All joking aside hope you got a clean bill of health.
     
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    Yea and even worse when you Dr is a good friend. Funny but not.
    Yea cough be better than a Dr friend fondling you, you know. Makes my job so much better when compared.
    About that me too, I did get a little worried during the exam when I felt both hands on my shoulders.:eek: But blood work back and I'm too healthy to be put our to pasture yet. Good genes are a plus and eating all that rabbit food crap Triple likes to cook helps too I suppose.
    Wow this thread sure took a wrong turn. Sorry to the OP again.
    Seriously people, disease is no respecter of age, stay up on your meds and ck ups when needed. Remember, someone has to manage the habitat.
     
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    If you ever cause me think about you with your pants down again, I'm going to plant 50 lbs of KY31 fescue in your clover plot.
     
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    Drycreek Well-Known Member

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    KY ? Seriously ?:eek:
     
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    Drycreek Well-Known Member

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    Probably should have spelled it out..........:D
     
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    Thanks for that, I laughed so hard I woke the wife and dribbled a little. May need to go see a doctor myself now.
     
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    You guys are sick. And Native you’ve shown that plaque so often I see it in my sleep. I’ve actually have plans of converting another fescue section to native flora next month. I’ve done it several ways in other areas with good success. Maybe will post a pic or two. Maybe. I’ll destroy that plaque yet and replace it w a pic of me perhaps.
    Poor Jason will never post again the way we can destroy a thread.


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