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  • What happened to all that advice we gave Matt?

    was that thread yanked? Something we said? Peace, Huck

    Gary Hildebrandt

  • #2
    I don't know but I hope it is "Incubating!"

    John Clary
    Greer, SC

    Life... is what happens as you are making plans.
    SDC member since 1975
    John Clary
    Greer, SC

    SDC member since 1975

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    • #3
      It's still here..

      http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...TOPIC_ID=30372

      And yes, I'm still soaking it all in.

      Matthew Burnette
      Hazlehurst, GA

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      • #4
        Thank you Matthew. I just could not find that thread. By the way, I got my new Turning Wheels today and am saving your article for a bed time story. I agree with Bob Palma. You do have writting talent. Keep up the good work! Huck

        Gary Hildebrandt

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        • #5
          When Matthew doesn't have a REAL job, he has to be my helper. This week I had him on a rooftop building a chimney in 100 degree sunshine. If that doesn't make him do some serious thinking, then I don't know what to do with him. NT


          Neil Thornton
          Hazlehurst, GA
          '57 Silver Hawk
          '56 Sky Hawk
          '51 2R16 dump truck
          Many others.

          Neil Thornton

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          • #6
            quote:Originally posted by rockinhawk

            When Matthew doesn't have a REAL job, he has to be my helper. This week I had him on a rooftop building a chimney in 100 degree sunshine. If that doesn't make him do some serious thinking, then I don't know what to do with him. NT

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            Neil Thornton
            That is a good point. Having had some of those tough jobs, I appreciated the softer ones even more. Over the years, I found that those that complained the most about being an engineer or a teacher were those that never worked (as a full time, make a living job) a real physical job.

            Gary L.
            Wappinger, NY

            SDC member since 1968
            Studebaker enthusiast much longer
            Gary L.
            Wappinger, NY

            SDC member since 1968
            Studebaker enthusiast much longer

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            • #7
              Construction work in all kinds of weather helped me decide to go back to college after 3 years. Teaching was by far the most stressful job I ever had. The grass is always greener until you get there.


              1952 Champion Starlight, 1962 Daytona, both w/overdrive.Searcy,Arkansas
              "I may be lazy, but I'm not shiftless."
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              "In the heart of Arkansas."
              Searcy, Arkansas
              1952 Commander 2 door. Really fine 259.
              1952 2R pickup

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              • #8
                quote:Originally posted by Huck

                Thank you Matthew. I just could not find that thread. By the way, I got my new Turning Wheels today and am saving your article for a bed time story. I agree with Bob Palma. You do have writting talent. Keep up the good work! Huck

                Gary Hildebrandt
                Agree! I asked my wife (car chick of 49 years duration) if she had looked at the August issue of Turning Wheels. She said, "Yes, and that Matthew is a cool guy!" Then we reminisced about the time when we were passing through Hazelhurst, GA. I spotted the signs and the Studebakers and made a U-turn. Matthew was probably about twelve then. He gave me a very complete and informative tour of the Studebakers on the property. I was very impressed by Matthew then and still am. He has talent.


                "Growing old is mandatory, but growing up is optional." author unknown

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