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    American Pickers was just across the river from me a couple weeks ago, and this guy's place will be on TV early next year. I don't have cable, so I'll miss it.
    Every time I drive by his house, I wonder how he gets by with this neat decorating. If I tried something like that, the city would tell me to remove it.
    I also wonder how he doesn't get the signs stolen all the time.

    https://www.hometownsource.com/sun_f...220e41f90.html

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  • #2
    Some of us folks have big guns and burial sites ;) Who knows how many fellers he's got in his back yard by now !
    Model A's and of course the famous AA's

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    • #3
      Originally posted by pAAt View Post
      Some of us folks have big guns and burial sites ;) Who knows how many fellers he's got in his back yard by now !
      So, you think that black thing on the end of the garage might be a crematory?

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      • pAAt
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        Looks like a great spot, right out in the open, with free ribs on Thursday !!

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      If they were flags someone would have them taken down.

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      • #5
        My father-in-law got tired of some stealing gas out of his truck. He attached a electric fence wire to the truck, the next morning he found the gas cap beside is truck, no gas had been taken :-)

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