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It's cold in Idaho

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Unread 12-06-2013, 10:21 AM
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Re: It's cold in Idaho

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Now wait a minute. That's what I heard about wyomingagans . ( no offense intended)

Hey I was talking about using their wool for clothing I am not sure what your talking about!!

-17 here with out the wind chill makes for an awesome day of outside work uggg
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    Re: It's cold in Idaho

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    Roy~

    This cute little critter comes from LaMancha, and he tells me all the "LaMancha" goats are "earless".

    Come on dude, check your goats pedigree....
    Joel,

    I no dat. U get good marks for doing a little digging.

    I sucked in a bunch of folks on FB with the scam. Mostly my daughters who want me to put them in the garage
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    Re: It's cold in Idaho

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    Roy~

    This cute little critter comes from LaMancha, and he tells me all the "LaMancha" goats are "earless".

    Come on dude, check your goats pedigree....

    Here I was thinking he just needed to stop pulling on his goats ears
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    Re: It's cold in Idaho

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    Here I was thinking he just needed to stop pulling on his goats ears
    Well, he is close to WY and MT, those boys know how to treat a goat or a sheep to mighty fine time, I hear.....or is ear.

    Roy, do you have any fainting goats?

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    Re: It's cold in Idaho

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    Joel,

    I no dat. U get good marks for doing a little digging.

    I sucked in a bunch of folks on FB with the scam. Mostly my daughters who want me to put them in the garage
    I need all the good marks I can get...LOL

    We can always count on you Roy for a good thread... Keep up the good work!
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