How old are we all?

HEMI Posted By HEMI, Nov 14, 2009 at 11:01 PM

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How old are we all

  1. 20-30

    35.4%
  2. 30-40

    37.0%
  3. 40-50

    27.6%
  4. 50-70

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
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  1. teetah222

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    Nah, just build all the bags with rollers in the bottom edge so we can just pull them behind us. I can scoop them from the bag to the stove. :)
     
  2. Excell

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    I like that idea . I am 62 now those bags might be real heavy in 10 years . Plus a 40 pound bag doesn't fit in my 40 pound hopper . Whats up with that .
     
  3. mjbrown

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    45 this coming february. grew up on wood heat(14-18 cord per year in the old homestead). burned 6 plus cord per yr in my own home 'til the wife got tired of the mess. loving the pellet heat.
     
  4. SmokeyTheBear

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    What, no power chair?
     
  5. jtakeman

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    :lol: maybe next year!
     
  6. mtman

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  7. SmokeyTheBear

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    What you mean you can't get 40 lbs of lead into your hopper?
     
  8. jtakeman

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    So that's how you get them huge clinkers? :p
     
  9. slls

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  10. ShaneR34

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    I actually saw 20 pound bags (no kidding) of a type I've not seen before at the grocery store this past week. Kinda surprised me!

    Can get the name if ya want it :p
     
  11. Excell

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    I wonder if they are BBQ pellets ?
     
  12. ShaneR34

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    Nope, they were stove pellets. I forget the particulars, but I did have a look. Would have picked up a bag for the hell of it, but I was on my way out before I noticed them.
     
  13. jtakeman

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    Do you remember the price?
     
  14. ShaneR34

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    Not the exact price, but they were roughly half the cost of a 40 pound bag for around here: three dollars and change.
     
  15. Excell

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    I would prefer 20 lbs. I have never seen them in Canada . Hell I have never seen them at all .
     
  16. Jeb1heat

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    40 with the back of a 75 year old after the load of locust I had delivered last week.
     
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