Warren I found the easiest way to split elm

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    Now thats what I'm talkin' bout!
     
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    "I know what you're thinking Elm. Does he have a full tank left or just half? Well to tell you the truth I lost count myself."

    "But seeing as this is a 96 horse power John Deere front end loader, the most powerful log
    splitter on earth, and will bust an Elm stump right in half you have to ask yourself "Do I feel lucky?"

    "Well do ya punk?"
     
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    The Binford Firewood Splitter 3000.


    Somehow my new maul seems kinda tiny....

    Matt
     
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    Arrf Arrf Arrrf
     
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    I think the elm would win!

    If it has a hydrolic hammer on it...then maybe.

    By the way...That doesn't look like elm.
     
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    What about Bro Barts 454 with the v-plow?
     
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    This is a family web site ............. Elm is such a dirty word.
     
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    the whole post is a mock to the monster maul post. The round is red oak

    one can also see part of my wood processing opperation I can and have split elm with my 16 ton electric splitter up to 18" rounds
    Two of our posters have witnessed my electric splitter in action Hot Flame and Mike Thomas
     
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    What Elk? You have a problem with the "Monster Maul" now, too?!
     
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    The post was to be a joke good fun aimed at nobody I have no problems with monster mauls what ever floats your boat
    lighten up which was the intent of my original post No Mas no problama here
     
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    Really elk..I am just messin'. I got the joke. It is difficult to show inflection in a forum.
    It was really funny though.
     
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    Doh (With Homer inflection on) now I'll have to go read that one. Quite honestly I never even opened that thread. I didn't get the joke.

    <sigh> O.k. now get it.
     
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