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RE: RE: RESPECT FOR HOUSEWIVES (WAS SLEIGH RALLY ACCIDENT)
Yep, this reminds me of the time when I was a geologist and told
the drill rigger not to drive onto a soggy lot because it was good
old San Francisco Bay Mud. But being the hard headed GUY he was
he did it anyway and was stuck up to the axles until it dried
out a week later!
From: Marlene Moss [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2001 10:30 AM
To: Howard4567@aol.com; email@example.com
Subject: RC: RE: RESPECT FOR HOUSEWIVES (WAS SLEIGH RALLY ACCIDENT)
**Well, yea, if you have a tractor then you might need a man to pull you
But, then, who's gonna drive the tractor? ***
But see, the thing is - I'm always having to pull my husband out when he
gets stuck, not the other way around. Cuz I can look at the snow bank,
hole, soft ground, sand, whatever, and figure out that I'll get stuck.
I don't drive in. But, no, a man thinks he can get out of anything and
drives into the 3' snow bank with the car with 6" clearance. Or drives
truck into the soggy field that the horses are already sinking into.
And when he gets stuck, he is really stuck because he is a pretty good
driver. Our old truck was buried to the axle for 2 months - we finally
to pay a LOT to get it out. We still have people (like the brand
who, when we're giving directsion, interupt and say, oh, I know where
is, you had the truck stuck in the driveway for all that time. Ah, the
pictures I've got!
And I can remodel a house, rebuild an engine, drive the tractor. Just
balance the checkbook or clean the house.
And John, I really feel for your wife and hope she recovers soon! I'm
my husband's initial forays into the horse world went well, or I would
see him - and have to change my own tires!
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