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dorkweed

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Is this anyone you know????:duh::bang head: If he spent more time sharpening his chain and cutting splitting and stacking……………..he wouldn't have to burn green wood. Wonder what his chimney looks like………………….although most of the smoke wasn't even going up the chimney!!!!:cookoo: Burning green wood must kill brain cells!!!:smart:

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I didn't get much farther than where he said "Well, we made short work of that pile". Yea, the way that saw cut I am sure it was 'short work'..........

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OMG...:duh:I know better to get my wood in the spring of the year and get in split and stacked by mid summer so it can season out for the last half of summer. I'll admit I'm still splitting wood today but that wood is not going to the shed to be burned now. This wet stuff is being staked under a tree and tarped to allow it to dry for the winter months. So by early spring I'll have dry wood to use. Oh yeah... My 046 Stihl or my 461 Stihl can make short work of that pile in even less time...PS: I didn't even watch the full video...

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