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  1. Mufn is a heckuva programmer. I'll talk to her about it and see what we can come up with. We've always got a long list of Unfinished Projects, so it's helpful when ya'll tell us what you'd like to see. Then we can prioritize stuff.

    Meanwhile, here's an example of why we don't let MaryAnne program stuff. This is what happened when she tried to install a remote starter in her car.


    Now I'll find out if she's paying any attention. Heh!

    Thanks Brian. I guess MaryAnne ain't paying any attention! LOL!

  2. Thank you all, sincerely. We are all family here, and ya'll are loved too.

    I'm not sure how to put this into words. We all have times in our lives when things get tough. We experience setbacks, losses, or life events...challenges, however you want to say it. Or we're just plain busy, overworked, or worried about something.

    Sometimes any combination of the above would keep me from posting on HNet for months at a time. But I would always take time to at least check the forums, read the posts. It was always something to hang on to. A break from whatever I was mired down in, at the time.

    The Dukes of Hazzard may be just a tv show, but it's an overwhelmingly positive, upbeat, brighter look at the world than we get elsewhere. The show always ended on a good note, reinforcing the idea that no matter what happens, we've got our friends and family, and things will be alright in the end.

    There is no greater compliment to HazzardNet than the words y'all have already spoken. We could not ask for a better group of people to share this place with us.

    Perfectly said Brian. I think you said what we all feel. HNet is an escape from the world and a way to as much as possible fulfill our dreams of living in Hazzard....the company and the good times.....we are family! And I thank you all!

  3. I just wanted to say how wonderful I think ya'll are fer all you do fer HNet. From starting the site to your hilarious pickin on each other and your fanfic writing. I even enjoy reading posts from years ago. Keep up the great work you guys!

    There's more I would like to say but I can't git it out into anything that makes sense. I just want you guys to know that you are loved!

  4. Here is one just like the one Hoss posted but its called folding hunter and its bigger than the ranger. http://www.buckknives.com/index.cfm?event=product.detail&productID=3044

    Someone on another website leaving a review fer the folding hunter said that it was just like Bo and Luke's!

    Well there's one knife mystery solved wonder how many different ones they used........Now there's a new item on my wish list....a folding hunter pocket knife!:D

  5. I've always been interested in their knives too Sissy.

    Great job with that screengrab Hoss. I own the biggest knife Buck makes. It's NOT a folding kniife like the one pictures. It's called the General...no kidding...it really is. I don't think it was named after our favorite car though.

    According to my trusty notebook Luke's knife isn't a Buck. It's a Barlow. He's a country boy so I'm sure he has more than one...LOL

    I found out it was a Barlow by using the closed captioning on the episode "Jude Emery"

    Cool Roger. I collect pocket knives......most of mine are the Rough Riders.

    Wow the General, that's so cool....now I'm gonna look it up and see what it looks like!

    Now before I start at One Armed Bandits again I gotta watch Jude Emery just fer the heck of it and to check out about Luke's knife! :D

    By the way ever been to the Smoky Mountain Knife Works (known as the knife factory in my family) in Sevierville Tennessee....we go every year when we go to TN fer winter break. IT'S KNIFE GALORE! Here is their website: http://www.smkw.com/webapp/eCommerce/main_front.jsp?siteFlag=eknifeworks It's a great place fer knife people, they have thousands of knives!

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