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    Default Clarkson’s Farm

    Actually presents the sheer gamble that farming is.
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    F%ck Clarkson and his idiot kind. He is a major part of THE problem.

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    One on the right is smarter

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    it's been done

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    Quote Originally Posted by lupussonic View Post
    F%ck Clarkson and his idiot kind. He is a major part of THE problem.

    Amen brother
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    at least his accent is less cloying than larry the cable guy.

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    Bumper sticker on a friend of my dad's truck, a farmer, a long time ago:

    "Crime doesn't pay. Neither does farming."

    Although at least you are a part of the "landed gentry", which is luckier than most.
    When you can take the pebble from my hand, it will be time for you to leave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob (oh, THAT Bob) View Post

    "Crime doesn't pay. Neither does farming."
    Doing a little agriculture on subsitance level or slightly above does not make one a farmer, it makes one a peasant. Farmers have mansions and go to receptions because farming pays big time, peasants have cottages and pubs. Of course in America everyone is a farmer, and there are no villages, only really small towns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumars View Post
    Farmers have mansions and go to receptions because farming pays big time,
    Horse s###

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayInOz View Post
    Horse s###
    What was the one about the farmer who won the lottery?
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    Reporter from the local paper asked him what he intended to do with all the money. He said I guess I'll just keep farming 'til it's all gone

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    It has good reviews. Looks fun.

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    Default Re: Clarkson’s Farm

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Bow View Post
    Actually presents the sheer gamble that farming is.
    Possibly a more realistic presentation of the gamble:


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