- Feb 10, 2005
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- Southern Ontario
HAY MAKER said:OLD TIMER ,some times I dont think we will ever convince these canuckle heads to quit listening to these packer stories,Ranch to Rail, strategic alliance,etc. its all a bunch of packer BULL SHEIST side step your neighbors at the sale barn and the money you save packers will split with you,if you are lucky.............good luck PS I wish I could run into a couple canuckle heads around here,I'D brain wash em and put their but to building fence.And while IM on the subject I heard a rumor that a canuckle head has moved in around here,I hope its true be like a dream come true for me ,meet a canuckle head eye ball to eye ball
boy could I have some fun, elmo said he was at the local watering hole joining the domino club,ILL find out shortly.
Say, HAY MAKER, I'm sure that you are A grown man by now and can take care of yourself in most challenges. But as one of them Canuckle heads that you hold in such high regard, I thought it only fair to clue you in on a few things that you might find useful in your first meeting with your rumored new neighbour of my kind.
First off, if you want to look him straight in the eye, you will find it necessary to stand up straight and tall and hold your chin up high. (Do you have a chin, HAY MAKER?)
Secondly, when you are standing nice and straight with your chin up, find a nice big box to stand on and you should finally be tall enough to look him in the eye.
Thirdly, it would help your efforts to make a good first impression if you would speak in clear English instead of your usual r-calf parrot squawk. That kind of racket might work on most of your circles, but it would surely help groom a better image for yourself if you would like to have one, that is, to refrain from it for at least a while.
Oh, there's lots more I could tell you, like, not asking him if he came to the border by dog-sled and such, but there are some things you will have to learn for yourself. I'd just recommend taking a little extra caution in trying to get to know him until you find out if he's the kind of Canucklehead that will roast you slowly or if he likes to make a quick job of it.
I hope you don't take this personal -like, but this free advice for you should be an indicator of the regard that I have built for you since getting to know you here on Rancher's.net.
I guess you could sum this advice up as deciding how to "pick your pain" . . .