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"One may find it humorous when doing it," Nichols said. "On the other hand, they'll find out how humorous it is when they do time in the county jail."
Originally posted by uNBaLaNCeD
...the idea it cost him 12,000 bucks?,all the dummy has to do is lower his harvester head to get the areas that are crushed down,and he's probably using it for catlle feed anyway so picking up a little dirt from lowering the head makes no difference........and it looks like the crop was nearly ready for harvest anyway,the plants look pretty gold and dry from the picture with the article.
Greedy little people.....probably turn out to be just an inconvenience...
Interesting pattern though.....
posted by GNO
I have no idea what this design meens if anything. It is still interesting. I wonder what caused the farmer's GPS unit to shut down.
Originally posted by kaoszero
The Ross County circles are interesting looking, as are the Adams county circles. I'd say if it's a hoax, it's a pretty elaborate hoax if something made a GPS unit stop working.