I have Toro 6.5 Self propelled lawn mover. The mover cuts off when I
move it backwards. I replaced the air filter and the spark plug but
it still seems to be doing the same thing. No problems when i depress
the leveler to move it forward or keep it running in one position.
But.. he got his point across so what difference does it make that he
can't write coherently or spell simple words correctly? Right?
It amazes the hell out of me how diehard lunatic political
conservatives turn into bleeding heart liberals when the subject of
literacy comes up. They will jump on your ass for complaining about
poor spelling and grammar... "Who are you to criticize?" is their
Aren't these people the same ones complaining about the growing
Spanish-speaking segment of the United States? Aren't these the same
people who want to make a law that says English is the only language
spoken in the United States?
That is called being a hypocrite.
On Jul 29, 10:25 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I found the Miss Type humorous. Lawn Mover. I just have funny images
in my head. "Honey? Have you moved the lawn to the north side of the
house this week?" Just an innocent poking of fun at the OP himself. ;)
I couldn't care about mispeellings or bad gramerr.
I don't want English as the language of the US. I want American. I'm not
barmy enough to motor to my flat in my lorry. Stopping at the ironmonger for
a flex, cause my torch is out and I need a light in the other room.
If lawn mowers these days are like lawn tractors, they are designed to
kill the engine if you back up with the blade engaged. Apparently
there was a rash of people running over themselves while backing up a
lawn mower or something??? In that case, there is either a button or a
switch position that allows you to do back up "safely".
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