Now I know where...

spincast1123
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Now I know where...

Post by spincast1123 » Thu Nov 19, 2020 7:36 pm

After spending 5 days teaching twin 15 year old boys the proper way to harvest corn and plow fields I learned where the IA that Giants has was modeled after.. I spent a week teaching twin boys the ins and outs of field work and harvest while their father was putting down Anhydrous. Mom was driving the grain cart with the twin 13 year old girls and I was given the task of supervising the boys.... Wow, what a challenge and also; fun, gassy, frustrating, confusing and mind blowing. I could tell one something and after 5 minutes they had "Forgotten". I learned that RAP does NOT belong in a tractor or combine.. it just isn't right. 15 year olds are quite flatulent and have an odd sense of humor.... they also believe that their phones are attached to them and texting while plowing or harvesting is something everyone should do.... The second day we removed the GPS receiver so they actually had to do the work.... and I thought I had some gray hair before.... Wow.... I can only hope I wasn't that bad at listening and following directions...At least there weren't any serious mishaps and we, and the equipment, survived the experience.
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Plage
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Re: Now I know where...

Post by Plage » Thu Nov 19, 2020 8:45 pm

Sounds like bad parenting for the last 15 years.

You reap what you sow. ;)

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Re: Now I know where...

Post by fenixguy » Thu Nov 19, 2020 9:05 pm

You have twin boys and twin girls? Wow, what are the odds?
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Re: Now I know where...

Post by Thedebe48 » Thu Nov 19, 2020 9:28 pm

Ha! And here I thought I was the only one that listened to rap while doing field work... I was just before my time!

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Re: Now I know where...

Post by spincast1123 » Thu Nov 19, 2020 11:04 pm

Plage..... Bad Parenting???? How so???? Teenage boys are TEENS...The boys parents are awesome people and Great parents... So NOT bad parenting !!

fenixguy... Not my children, but Yup, 2 boys and 2 girls... The boys have different birthdays, one born before midnight and the other after... Kind of cool when you think about it....
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Re: Now I know where...

Post by Crazof » Thu Nov 19, 2020 11:12 pm

hard to say, different generations, different situations, I know I was running that type of equipment for real younger than 15, for some tasks much younger

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Re: Now I know where...

Post by raran » Fri Nov 20, 2020 8:38 am

Crazof wrote:
Thu Nov 19, 2020 11:12 pm
hard to say, different generations, different situations, I know I was running that type of equipment for real younger than 15, for some tasks much younger
I was always pretty jealous of the farmer's kids driving around in tractors while i had to do with a bmx. :sadnew:

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Re: Now I know where...

Post by Plage » Fri Nov 20, 2020 3:54 pm

spincast1123 wrote:
Thu Nov 19, 2020 11:04 pm
Plage..... Bad Parenting???? How so???? Teenage boys are TEENS...The boys parents are awesome people and Great parents... So NOT bad parenting !!
It was you that "bemoaned" that these kids don't even have the attention span of a day fly and are addicted to their cellphones. Which is an indicator that the parents didn't do such a proper job in my book.

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Re: Now I know where...

Post by spincast1123 » Fri Nov 20, 2020 5:24 pm

Plage "It was you that "bemoaned" that these kids don't even have the attention span of a day fly and are addicted to their cellphones. Which is an indicator that the parents didn't do such a proper job in my book."

Had you READ the information given.... They ARE TEENS and anyone who has worked with TEENS would KNOW that TEENS DO NOT PAY ATTENTION TO ANYTHING. Where did you grow up? What gives you the authority to judge someone whom you do not know on how they parent their children and say nonsensical statements... Pay ATTENTION yourself...READ the whole of the statement. WOW!
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Re: Now I know where...

Post by Mwal » Fri Nov 20, 2020 6:46 pm

Yes most teenagers are in their own little world. I would say it speaks volumes about the parents that they had their kids out there learning something new.

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Post by PS4farmhand » Sun Nov 22, 2020 6:01 am

Exactly^^^^ 👍
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Re: Now I know where...

Post by RED_Smith » Tue Nov 24, 2020 6:49 pm

spincast1123 wrote:
Thu Nov 19, 2020 7:36 pm
After spending 5 days teaching twin 15 year old boys the proper way to harvest corn and plow fields I learned where the IA that Giants has was modeled after.. I spent a week teaching twin boys the ins and outs of field work and harvest while their father was putting down Anhydrous. Mom was driving the grain cart with the twin 13 year old girls and I was given the task of supervising the boys.... Wow, what a challenge and also; fun, gassy, frustrating, confusing and mind blowing. I could tell one something and after 5 minutes they had "Forgotten". I learned that RAP does NOT belong in a tractor or combine.. it just isn't right. 15 year olds are quite flatulent and have an odd sense of humor.... they also believe that their phones are attached to them and texting while plowing or harvesting is something everyone should do.... The second day we removed the GPS receiver so they actually had to do the work.... and I thought I had some gray hair before.... Wow.... I can only hope I wasn't that bad at listening and following directions...At least there weren't any serious mishaps and we, and the equipment, survived the experience.
I thought when you heard rap while doing field work meant something needed fixing. Now we have to differentiate!

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