Cow pat bingo

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  1. nuuumannn

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    It's a big day in the local community where I live; the Ngatimoti Festival at the Ngatimoti School. I'm looking forward to the cow pat bingo. Make a grid on a field and number it identically to your card, take one cow and wait for it to take a dump on a number, then when it does, shout "Bingo!"

    There'll be wood chopping, petting zoo, all manner of activities...

    The best scare crow competition is also being judged today...

    :D
     
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    You'd never catch me entering a best scarecrow competition. Knowing my luck I'd win, and they'd take the scarecrow off for celebratory drinks, leaving me standing in the field... :)
     
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    Really Evan...:evil4:
     
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    Heard of this one. They modify it for Animal Shelter fund-raising using dogs.
     
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    The day was a hoot. Didn't win in the cow pat bingo, but lots of people there; a few thousand. Saw this and was impressed.

    Copy of Mustang.jpg

    :D

    And to top off a great day, the All Blacks won the World Cup!!!
     
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    Very sharp 69' Mustang Nuuumannn. I like the color to.:thumbright:
     
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    Sad to say it's not mine. I drive an old Toyota for carting wood and crap around the countryside... sigh.
     
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    ohhhhhhhh, Mustang, ummmmmmmmmm..............................
     
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    Stop drooling Chris, I can't see the picture clearly!
     
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    Sorry, aways happens when I see a first generation Mustang. (oohhhhh, Kelly Green sparkles!!!!)
     
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    Actually, I may be wrong but I think that's a second gen for they got larger that year, but I may be wrong. Splitting hairs again.:lol:
     
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    ahhh...(grabs lapels in best Abraham Lincoln pose..)

    Ford first introduced the Mustang mid-model year 1964 - hence the term 1964 1/2. That style morphoed throughout the next several years until 1974 when they introduced the Mustang II based on the Pinto chassis. That lasted until 1980 when another major re-design happened and was introduced. After that I really don't care because neither did Detroit until 2000s when somebody finally woke up and retro'd the Mustang to the awesome look today. I will stop hi-jacking this thread now. Sorry nuuuumannnn. :)

    (falls off the soapbox....)
     
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    Ok, learn something new everyday. Thanks Chris!:thumbright:
     
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    No worries! :)
     
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    I have to agree with you on the better design now. They do look like there suppose to now.
     
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    Hey Chris, no worries mate. I don't know much about Mustangs, so I learned a bit. I just think they look puurrrdy.
    :lol:
     
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    Love the Mustang myself...Packhard Merlin purring in the hood, six mg's in the wings just ready to go... oops, off on a tangent...

    'But seriously'...not big into cars, but there is something about the design of the classic Mustang...
     
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    Its only because many years ago I owned a '67 Mustang fastback, 289, Bullitt green and was a member of the North American Mustang Association for several years. Now, sadly, I just collect Matchbox Mustangs. :(

    One of 2 stupid mistakes about cars that I've owned was selling that pony. Along with getting rid of a '69 British Leyland Landrover 88 with a Chevy 250, overdrive and trans brake. Oh, the dumb things we do....
     
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