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I forget who told this story many years ago, so I can’t give proper credit, but here goes:

A fellow and his young bride were exploring part of a town that had many small shops.

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It will come as a new revelation to exactly nobody that I am cheap, notoriously so. I think I like to consider this particular trait in other terms. Cheap has a negative connotation, even a stigma, attached to it.

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Every year we see the pictures at the end of summer: kids hugging a 4-H or FFA project animal with tears streaming down their cheeks.

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Last week, Sundee (our summer editorial intern who wrote the article 10 tips for producing baleage) asked me and several others on our team to describe her using three adjectives.

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Mastering the art of the horse trade is something I’ve never quite been able to fully comprehend nor accomplish. I’ve tried it, to be sure, but it’s never really worked out in my favor.

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One of the first times I was working with T-1 steel, I noticed that the sparks made while using a handheld grinder had a different shape than sparks made while grinding on mild steel.

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