A tight-knit community in South Australia has been rocked by the tragic death of a young man crushed by a tractor on his family's farm on Friday night. Police and emergency services were called to a property in the Barossa Valley town of Tanunda after reports a man had been seriously injured while working on a hay processing machine. A South Australia Ambulance spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia that paramedics spent two hours desperately trying to revive the man at the scene on Rifle Range Road West, around 70 kilometres northeast of Adelaide. Stanley Dier pictured was crushed to death by a tractor on his family's farm in the Barossa Valley on Friday night. SafeWork SA officers also attended the scene while police will prepare a report for the Coroner.
She wanted a man who could share the thrill of a good tractor-pull show, who could see beauty in a shiny row of green and yellow of John Deere tractors. She didn't know that somewhere along these rolling Pennsylvania hills, there was such a man, a shy guy named Tom with two vintage Deere tractors. He had been looking for a gal, someone who'd put up with his milking cows at 3 a. Sonya Rinker and Tom Henisee lived 57 miles apart when they both signed up for an online matchmaking service designed to link up people just like them — farmers and others who know their way around a barn and a milking machine. Playing the dating game isn't easy in rural America: Tens of thousands of twentysomethings have moved out in recent decades, small towns have shrunk, younger farmers have become a dwindling commodity. Or to put it another way
Online matchmaking service caters to rural Americans, and their way of life
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She asked me the other night how it's possible for me to be such a good person when I don't believe in god. Then I discovered that Mormons were a welcome exception to the degeneracy that pervades American women. I pointed out the fact that the woman only goes after doctors I knew he hated women like that he was slow to catch on since she was charming and slick as snot. Hopefully they have some say in it, but I'm speaking about other churchgoers' expectations here, and probably your wife's.