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RustyRelics

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Yesterday I got sent home from work because I had succumbed to a stomach bug. I've been sick as a dog now for a while now. If it ain't comin' out one end, it's comin' out the other. Weak, hot, cold, just feel terrible. I don't know if it's something I ate, or I got the flu, or what.
 

releventchair

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Yesterday I got sent home from work because I had succumbed to a stomach bug. I've been sick as a dog now for a while now. If it ain't comin' out one end, it's comin' out the other. Weak, hot, cold, just feel terrible. I don't know if it's something I ate, or I got the flu, or what.
Dang it Rusty!
 

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Yesterday I got sent home from work because I had succumbed to a stomach bug. I've been sick as a dog now for a while now. If it ain't comin' out one end, it's comin' out the other. Weak, hot, cold, just feel terrible. I don't know if it's something I ate, or I got the flu, or what.
Sounds like a stomach bug.
Have to be careful with foods in those hot days.
 

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Well I stated last fall when we finished with the turkeys I would build a shack for them.
Saw this big pile of 3/4" plywood forms.
Whatcha doing with those Mr permission.
Want some?
I want the pile.
$400 and I have a prefab turkey shack on the trailer.
82x8ft of product.
20220518_154135.jpg
 

WannaDig3687

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from this website, http://www.oldantiquepottery.info/rrpco.htm:

"In 1900, Frank Ransbottom and his brother started a pottery company in Roseville, Ohio to make stoneware and pottery. By 1916 Ransbottom Pottery was the largest producer of stoneware jars in America. Around 1920, they merged with Robinson Clay Products Co. who created bricks and tiles. The name was changed to RRP Company (to reflect both initials) and product lines expanded to include gardenware in addition to their art pottery and functional goods. The company was able to endure through the great depression and was in business until 2005, when it finally ceased operations. Since RRP Co no longer exists, it fairly assured that their pottery will become more collectible and valuable in the future."



from an etsy post:

"The crown marks from the two companies are very similar, but the crocks produced by RRP have the crown impressed into the clay. ~ the crown mark on this crock is not impressed into the clay, thus dating it from 1900-1920's "​




There are no other markings on the crock besides the crown with the 6 in it. AND, that crown does not appear to be impressed into the clay. So, I am guessing it is also from 1900-1920's. That being said, @releventchair , this would have been from my Polish Grandmother, so sausage in fat.
 

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Yesterday I got sent home from work because I had succumbed to a stomach bug. I've been sick as a dog now for a while now. If it ain't comin' out one end, it's comin' out the other. Weak, hot, cold, just feel terrible. I don't know if it's something I ate, or I got the flu, or what.
Geesh, Rusty, you are not having a good start to adulthood! May you get well soon!
 

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