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It rained all day yesterday and my trim still looks great !!
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Have you ever used "natural" peanut butter?

The kind that the oil separates in the jar, and you have to stir it back into the peanut butter.

I wonder if that would last any longer.
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It is the web yes but also there are a lot of these guys that have been in here for a while and feel like friends, friends tend to tear up other friends, especially when something is posted that even sounds off the edge.

So keep the pair of boys up close, grin and bear it, because if you post again (723) and most people do, there will be someone to say something that will pi$$ you off, make your comments and hold’um tight.

This site has a lot of great people on it and a lot more great information, don’t go off the deep end and decide you don’t like it, give it a while, learn to cope with us and you will have a great experience here and walk away a more knowledgeable Ranger owner.

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It is the web yes but also there are a lot of these guys that have been in here for a while and feel like friends, friends tend to tear up other friends, especially when something is posted that even sounds off the edge.

So keep the pair of boys up close, grin and bear it, because if you post again (723) and most people do, there will be someone to say something that will pi$$ you off, make your comments and hold’um tight.

This site has a lot of great people on it and a lot more great information, don’t go off the deep end and decide you don’t like it, give it a while, learn to cope with us and you will have a great experience here and walk away a more knowledgeable Ranger owner.

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Great post Grev. Couldn't have said it better.
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Why can't everybutter just get along?
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i wouldnt use it...i did know about the trick but theres stuff out in the stores that works so much better and lasts longer
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If used correctly, the jelly can be a stand-in for trim adhesive, air freshener, and your own supply of penicillin.
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