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Is a Pellet Stove a Redneck Thing ??

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Waterbug, Jan 21, 2012.

  1. tjnamtiw

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  2. Lorne41

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    Driving is a little tough at times up here but we've got your cold beer waitin' for ya' !

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  3. smoke show

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    Just a few of my redneck pictures.

    redneck deer stand ,redneck garden tractor, redneck personal watercraft, redneck chimney sweep, and redneck swimming pool.

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  4. tony58

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    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    YEP,You might be a Redneck...
  5. St_Earl

    St_Earl Minister of Fire

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    it may have been dex who posted this originally here-

    it may be meant to make fun. but i think it's fookin' genius.
    redneck genius. but still.

    [​IMG]
  6. referee38

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    If your porch roof falls will more then 4 dogs get killed. Are there wheels on your home but not your truck. Have you ever worn bib-overalls to a wedding.
  7. KodiakII

    KodiakII Feeling the Heat

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    Can't call it a "real tractor" unless it is more than fifty horse, and has to be a certain shade of GREEN. And fyi has no funny writing on it or in it's manual that you cannot even begin to read!
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    Purdy sure I'm a redneck, don't think I'm a mugwump, got to see what a mugwump is 1st :roll:
  9. Waterbug

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    Are you trying to tell me that I need to learn to read before I can be a redneck ?????
  10. xraycer

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    Is a Pellet Stove a Redneck Thing ?

    Depends. Are there hub caps hung on the side of your house?
  11. joe_pinehill

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    NO, its a Yuppy Toy, for those of us that like to save money and enjoy a fire without the mess of burning wood.
  12. smoke show

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    yup·pie (yp)
    n. Informal
    A young city or suburban resident with a well-paid professional job and an affluent lifestyle.

    Sorry joe, not me.
  13. SmokeyTheBear

    SmokeyTheBear Minister of Fire

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    Some how that ain't me either.

    I'm an old geezer in the country with chickens, a resident deer population that knows not to show their butts during daylight, several wandering turkey flocks (up to 15 birds per flock), both grey and red fox, fisher, muskrat, the occasional beaver, pileated woodpeckers, harry woodpeckers, owls, ducks, turtles, trout, a great blue heron, coyotes, skunks, porcupines, the occasional stray dog, raccoons, opossums, and other sundry wildlife.
  14. KodiakII

    KodiakII Feeling the Heat

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    Good heavens no! Though a true readneck would have a secretary/spouse to do his clerical work. I am referring to that "Kung Fu" writing that you might find in that other green wannabe tractor from "off shore".!!
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    That all translates to "you are screwed", see how easy that was ;-).
  16. DexterDay

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    Yeah.... Um........ Not me either.

    Own a few acres here in Ohio (less than 10) and several hundred in Kentucky (more than 300). Not afraid to say my Fathers family is from Ky, Moms is from Va. Proud of all my history.

    No Yuppie here.
  17. joe_pinehill

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    Well I may qualify: 6 acres, one horse, 5 chickens, dog, cats, peacocks, I restore Gravely Tractors (my daily mower is 36 yrs old). My garden is about a half acre, and I can enough pickles and relish to keep us stocked for the year.
  18. dsnedegar3

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    I'm not sure -- but I was lookin' for a pellet stove for my outhouse. It's cold at night when you site on that wood seat! I'm gonna git one, once I figure out if I need an OAK!
  19. DexterDay

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    Yep.... Never refer to yourself as a Yuppie again.

    Sounds like a nice place. My Boss in High school (I worked on Semi's/Tractor Trailers) had a few Gravelys. Those things had an attachment for EVERYTHING. Couldnt believe it could do so many things. Now as an Adult, I am always looking for an older model, with some wanted accessories.
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    I forgot to mention the #1 thing that may lead people to think that I'm a redneck. My wife of 39 years grew up back in a hollar in West Virginia.
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    twojrts Feeling the Heat

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    Gotta say I'm no yuppie! Grew up in the country, roamed the fields and woods til I HAD to go to school! Ewww!! Lived on a farm for almost a year and Loved It!!

    Right now, I live in a trailer, so this, plus the above, yeah, I'm a Redneck!! And proud of it.

    Waterbug, yep, you're a Redneck by default! LOL
  23. bill3rail

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    I have always said that I am a NY Redneck!
    Just installing a Pellet Stove adds to the ambiance of a redneck mansion!
    More guns than I know because I do not keep track of them!
    More ammo than I am aware of.
    No pickup, but I am always looking for one! I need a truck to haul the pellets in.

    Bill
  24. thedude110

    thedude110 Feeling the Heat

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    We can fit a surprising number of pellets into our Prius ...
  25. joe_pinehill

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    Yes, i left that out, I've owned 4 Volvos, would still be driving my '90 240, but 2 years ago someone ran a stop sign in front of me, the 240 had 289K miles. Switched so Subarus now.

    You can tell its snowing in the NE, and spending to much time on the PC.

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