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Old September 11th, 2013, 10:38 PM   #68
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Originally Posted by trogdor the burninator View Post
I have had problems with this going on in my family property, all towing companies have been told by myself and a few others to not tow from here. They then are to call us. haven't had anyone stuck yet but find tire tracks out here....MSHA frowns on foreign tracks in the mine. If you are reading this and trespass on my land be warned, I have been trained very well by the DOD in camouflage techniques and have hidden 125 trail cameras throughout the property. I will find you and you will be turned in and fined by the DNR($450), MSHA ($10,000) and myself (kick your ass and shoot your tires.)
seriously. shits getting old. I found some asshats gator last year parked on a trail and moved it as carefully as I could with a 988f. it didn't like a 102,000lb loader parked on top of it.
Rosie Out.
Side note: Thread revival, Baptist style.

You have a mine on your property? Mining gypsum? Something else? Orcs?

That's pretty legit.

Have you posted signs about there being a mine, and the possibility of cave ins and sinkholes? I guess stupid people don't read... which reminds me about the Michigan muskie alliance muskellunge awareness signs that keep getting stolen from Campau lake in alto, mi

I'm pretty confident most people don't know what a musky is, let alone tell the easy differences from a pike.
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