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The Ides of March

Just a quick post before I hit the sack.  I hope to catch up on comments and stuff this weekend.  

It's been 12 years.  Was kind of weird, because this is the first year that I worked at H&R on the anniversary of Rick's death.  Almost made me afraid to go home, ya know.  

I've posted this before, and I will post it again.  It makes me happy.  

Rick taught me:  
Fries are better with mayo
Let your dog run free
Righty tighty, lefty loosey
How to hoot like an owl
Bird feeders are cool
Check your tire pressure
Use the proper tool for the job,
And put it away when done
Always stop to help a stranded biker
How to make an omelet
Fishing is complicated
Duct tape is the handyman’s secret weapon
Don’t ride alongside a tractor-trailer
How to make a snow fort
Deer make noises
To be more assertive
Carry a camera in the car
Big trucks can get stuck on wet newspaper
Alka Seltzer makes seagulls explode
Don’t ride the clutch (but I do anyway)
What a buck rub was
You can never have too much chrome
Flying J’s aren’t just for big trucks
How to use a wood stove
You can tell a woman’s age by her hands
Mexico is cheaper
There’s quite a bit of room in a sleeper cab
Red squirrels are bad squirrels
How to calculate gas mileage
Big tires are better
The higher the truck, the closer to God
To try new foods once in a while
Mary Kitchen corned beef hash is yummy
When you pass a big truck,
They can see what you’re doing
How to build a proper bonfire,
And be careful if you use gas to get it going
Don’t fidget in the woods,
If you sit still long enough,
Chipmunks forget you are there and sit on your boot
No one likes a JB Hunt driver
Labs are great dogs
How to figure miles on a map
You get traffic tickets when you don’t pay attention
Classic cars are better than new ones
Never stop in the middle of a mud hole
Pepsi is better than Coke
And bottles are better than cans
You jackknife when the trailer wants to go first
A good butt rub can solve anything
Don’t rush thru an antique store
How to paddle a canoe
Loud pipes save lives
Tuck and roll
How to lean into a turn
A thermos keeps hot things hot and cold things cold
(there's a joke that goes along with that saying)
How to butcher a deer
You can catch a trout with a worm
It takes a lot of effort to grow an avocado tree
Most people are stupid
Helmet laws suck
Diesel fuel doesn’t explode
How to cut down a tree,
And split the wood for the stove
California is expensive
To slow dance at different tempos
A run to Rochester makes a fine date
How to use a snowplow
Fireworks piss of the neighbor’s dog
You need to plug in a big truck during freezing weather
Fill the water kettle every time you go in the basement
How to stack wood properly
Don’t use 4-wheel drive on dry pavement
To hold hands whenever you can
Check your oil every week
Keep at least $100 in your wallet at all times
You truly can’t explain the feeling of riding a motorcycle
You have to experience it
How to downshift
Suck up to your neighborhood bike shop owner
To ride with attitude
Chicken wings are pretty tasty
Raccoons can scream loud enough to wake you up
Mile markers in New York State run backwards
How to use a tachometer
Keep the hammer down
Keep the shiny side up
And -
You can find love on the CB radio!


RIP my dear.

[Crossposted from DW. Apparently, I like to spread my boring Spam all over the Internet. And, I paid for both sites, so I should use them like a mad monkey. Comment at either place, I'm easy.]


( 4 comments — Leave a comment )
Mar. 16th, 2012 04:10 pm (UTC)
Rick was awesome. ♥ for you, awesome lady
Mar. 17th, 2012 02:35 am (UTC)
He sounded awesomely outdoorsy. :-)
Mar. 17th, 2012 02:59 am (UTC)
(((hugs)) Thank you for sharing this.
Mar. 17th, 2012 07:08 am (UTC)
That's just absolutely wonderful. Thanks for sharing, such an obviously awesome guy.

And they say you learn something every day. This has to be 'it' for today: "Alka Seltzer makes seagulls explode." No way! Awesome! I'm just laughing wondering how this auspicious discovery was made:P
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