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michael p.
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« on: December 20, 2007, 03:34:02 AM »

All my Freezers are in the back room of my shop with alarms. Well I also have a Refrigerator that is/was on a pallet in my salt & supply building. Anyways, I bought a Bobcat from a guy week before last & got busy as heck, so I put it out in the salt room Fridge which stays almost freezing.  Monday Morning I went in there & could smell  blood that had leaked out & thought #$%$#@#!! Anyways, I checked the breakers & they were all fine so I knew that the fridge was out.

Well, have you ever really felt like not having to mess with something like that!!  :) LOL  That is EXACTLY how I felt, so I came up with the perfect  plan ;D

First, haul the refrigerator out side & get one of your best friends fearless 11 year old son & offer him $20 ;) . Then you do as follows:

Dress him up in the best HAZMAT gear you can find & have him duct tape his very own HAZMAT box so the bottom does not fall out & place that into a trash bag.


Then you let him peek only at the task at hand to prepare him :)


After he slams the door & runs off, you may need to open it so that the smell does not leak through his profesional Taxidermist HAZMAT mask again making him hyperventilate. This will also allow him to see that the cat is not moving, it is just the maggots on the green eye sticking out.



You then show him the $20 bill & assure him that he can swing the cat into the bag/box that he made without the cat touching him.


When he fails to make the cat fully into the bag box you scream bloody murder to get the #%$%# stinking cat in there before you yourself choke to death!!



If you time your buddys kid, there is not a single doubt in my mind that once he has the cat in the bag, he can zippy tie that sucker quicker than a PRCA calf roper can tie the back legs of a calf once it's already on the ground!




Now, I gotta come up with a plan to get rid of that damn Refrigerator ::)

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« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2007, 03:48:40 AM »

Throw some wheels on it and a number 14 on the side!!
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« Reply #2 on: December 20, 2007, 03:56:27 AM »

now thats some funny stuff there! man i could have used that kid thanksgiving week! that was a hard earned $20!
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« Reply #3 on: December 20, 2007, 04:03:15 AM »

that fridge would make a great ice block for a polar bear........
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« Reply #4 on: December 20, 2007, 07:08:25 AM »

ew, that reminds me of when I threw some deer backhides in a trash can before leaving to St. louis for 2 days. I need one of them there 11 year olds lol.
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« Reply #5 on: December 20, 2007, 07:46:57 AM »

I had a freezer full of meat go out on me one time and i put a ratchet strap around the freezer to keep it closed tight. I was going through a divorce at the time so i had my brother help me and we took it over to my soon to be ex wifes house when she was gone and sat it on her back porch when she was not at home then removed the ratchet strap. i then left her a message on her answering machine that we dropped off the freezer that she requested during the divorce. LOL !!!!!!!!!!
Boy was she pissed ? but oh well!!!
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« Reply #6 on: December 20, 2007, 09:14:40 AM »

I needed that laugh this morning... Now I can get some work done, Right after I check my freezers.
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« Reply #7 on: December 20, 2007, 10:49:35 AM »

  Around here , freezers and refridgerators last only a few hours out by the road. The price of scrap steel is pretty high right now and the scrappers suck them up quickly! I put a new back door on our house yesterday and we put it along with the aluminum storm door out around 3 . Both were gone by 7 pm!
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« Reply #8 on: December 20, 2007, 10:54:38 AM »

Oh come on, you could have saved that one.  It wasn't even sliding out of his hands, leaving 2 fists full of hair yet!
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« Reply #9 on: December 20, 2007, 11:06:22 AM »

There are some rough, I'm mean rough people that live behind me 3/4 of a mile or so. When we were building the shop and house we took our scraps to the dump and they charged 10 dollars a load for everything even metal. Well the hole neighborhood is  botherd by these people except me I could care less. I had a rough crew helping with the house two of them had delivered babies on perpose. Well I got tired of paying and went over there and started dumping all the metal. Everyone thought I was crazy, I had seen them and they had seen me dumping that stuff but nothing was ever said. They hauled it to the scrap yard 70 miles away when they got enough to fill up an old car. One day I had a deep freeze go out and took it over there and I was by myself and loaded it and when I unloaded it in there yard it didn't really make it out of the driveway. I saw the son the next week at wal mart and he said. Did you throw that deep freeze out in dads driveway. I said yes. He said man that thing was the perfect size. I said well yes it was but it went bad. He said no I made a really nice smoker out of it and its a great size for a smoker. I laughed my ass off.  I dint know if you could ever cook the smell out of it after it went bad.


Another funny freezer story. My Grandpa buys and sells alot of realistate and winds up with a lot of stuff in houses he buys ect. He always has a fridge or freezer around. I ask him if he had one and he told me that he did at this house. Well I went out there and the power was off to the home and there was the freezer. It was completely full of rotten meat. That was the last time I ask him about one. Its probably still there.
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« Reply #10 on: December 20, 2007, 11:20:55 AM »

i had a really really old freezer when i was first getting started out. I had been to the processors and picked up some hog skins to practice fleshing on. Well, at this time i was working another job, so the freezer just sat in the shop with the skins waiting on me to find the time to begin work on them. I finally found the time about a month later. My ole man went to the shop to pull out a pig skin to thaw. When he walked through the door, he noticed a slight smell. No big deal...until he walked over to the freezer and heard 'rattling' noises from inside. He of course looking into the freezer to see what the deal was..... Well, the rattling was from the millions of maggots moving on the plastic bags inside feasting on the pig skins! The smell had him dry-heaving!

We ended up purchasing another freezer and selling that house and shop about six months later......and yup...that freezer was still in the shop when we sold it  :o
It woulda taken a whole truck load of those brave 11 year olds to get that freezer outta there!
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« Reply #11 on: December 20, 2007, 12:20:19 PM »

thats wrong in so many ways sheila ;D  LOL
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« Reply #12 on: December 20, 2007, 12:31:36 PM »

Hee-Hee.....and ya'll thought i was a sweetheart     :D
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« Reply #13 on: December 20, 2007, 01:57:08 PM »

Hey Mike, just put some stop rot on it and it will be fine! 
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« Reply #14 on: December 20, 2007, 02:09:13 PM »

That was great thanks for sharing LMAO.
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