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David Kennedy
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At 10:19am on April 29, 2016, Dawn Upton said…

Hi David,

I see a hansom dog as your profile picture and am wondering if you would like a playmate for him/her.  We have a 6 month old Ausie mix that needs rehomed as she was an unexpected delivery. She is spayed and has her rabies shots, raised around chickens, cats and other dogs. Super friendly, loves to play and is GREAT with people and animals.

Contact me for more pictures and more information.  Dawn 602-625-2121

At 10:07am on July 24, 2011, Zac Kiebke said…

Hey David,

Sure, I would love to talk to you about the biodiesel.  I dont make it, just buy it from Western Petro downtown.  There is another place called RevBiodiesel previously AZboidiesel.  This place is the one that uses recycled resterant oil.  They just only sell 200 gal. min. at off site locations.  I need to get a tank but haven't yet.  Do you have a diesel?

At 4:34am on October 12, 2010, Chi Ma said…
They are great at eating bugs. We have a bug zapper that used to get a work out. But now it's pretty quiet. I only feed the Guineas twice a week. They don't dig up plants like chickens. They only get noisy when a stranger or something unusual comes into view.

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