The farmers in this country and around the world are by far, the most
creative and hard working folks. Which I suspect you know nothing about. The
crop will not wait for you to go to town, order the part, install the part
and then back to work. The same goes for any contract job. If something
breaks and bailing wire will fix it then hell use the bail wire. 99% of all
of us are broke and don't even think of what color we are going to paint the
engine compartment. I have owned trucks all my (driving)life. The way some
people treat their trucks makes me wonder. To me a truck is a tool, not
something to look at through a glass case. I suspect allot of you guys are
little pansy ass rich kids, who have never worked a hard day in their lives.
That's why you can't understand why anyone would use bailing wire to fix
something. I suggest that until you know how that meal got on your table you
better stop bashing the people that helped put it there.
Vista,Ca (San Diego)
48'Carryall w/56'GMC 270
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