Tempting Pine

Todd Posted By Todd, Apr 27, 2009 at 9:08 PM

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  1. Bubbavh

    Bubbavh
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    Todd you go march back to that punky pine and say you're sorry! Just because it's not the pretty good wood does not mean it should be excluded!
     
  2. johnn

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    That would be super!!Historical Yukon Chilkoot trail cones, would be an welcome addition to my, ETRP cones my sister and I made for Christmas Deco. (East Texas Redneck Pine)

    I think you guys may be too hard on Todd,,and should consider a Sponsorship Program to help with the adjustment!!
    Step1: (repeat after me) I love the smell of sap in the morning.
     
  3. Todd

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    Can I sit in the front row if I send you a load of Black Locust?
     
  4. Todd

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    It's at the city recycle area, they told me first come first serve.
     
  5. Todd

    Todd
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    Yeah, your right, that Pine looked awfull sad when it saw me loading up with all that stuck up Maple and Ash.
     
  6. BrotherBart

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    The Department of Justice will be contacting Todd shortly concerning his violation of Section 14 of the Softwood Anti-Discrimination Act of 1984. The Right Reverend Al Shapneedle is currently organizing a demonstration outside Todd's house declaring Todd to be the wood burning equivalent of Don Imus.

    "The day has come in this country for hardwoods and softwoods to live side by side in every woodpile in this great nation." said Rev. Sharpneedle.
     
  7. fossil

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    Actually, Rev. Sharpneedle spoke at our last meeting of the Native Coneheads of the Golden West. Quite an inspiring gentleman with a real burning desire to see the day when Pine gets equal rights and respect. Rick
     
  8. Todd

    Todd
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    Jeesh, what ever happened to freedom of choice? Isn't there a grandfather clause if you were born before 1984?
     
  9. fossil

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    Nope, sorry...you'll have to be born again. Rick
     
  10. Mmaul

    Mmaul
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    I had some pine, Once, I will stick with oak, maple, ash, and soon apple.
     
  11. smokinj

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    there is a little surplus of maple going around central ind.
     
  12. CowboyAndy

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    I say we organize a million tree march on washington for softwood rights.
     
  13. Mmaul

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    Maybe you should carry soft wood torches. Out of respect.
     
  14. d.n.f.

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    In the west we take our hardwoods to the dump.
    You can't burn it ya know. It causes ignorance.
     
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