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Posted: May 24, 2018 - 2:59pm

 haresfur wrote:

There are many ways to be a good person

 
{#Yes} {#High-five}
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Posted: May 24, 2018 - 2:17pm

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Yup. Plus, a great opportunity to use the word 'anyhow' a few extra times.

Also a chance to say that he was a gentle spirit with a speech impediment and functionally illiterate yet  over achieved every chance he got. I loved and admired him and can see us as boys all those years ago...he was fond of saying that his claim to fame was that his big brother won the local race and went to the national Soap Box Derby in Akron when we were maybe 12 and his brother was 15. He also was proud to skip church on Sunday. He and his brothers walked and fought the 3 blocks over there and often disappeared over in the woods to skip Sunday School and smoke cigarettes. His Dad was a D Day vet and alcoholic that wouldn't talk about it at all. His Mother kept them all together somehow and I would look out on Sunday mornings sometimes and see her walking to church with his young sisters in tow with a belt in her hand calling out to them that they better be at church when she gets there. LOL

 
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Posted: May 24, 2018 - 2:05pm

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There are many ways to be a good person

 
Fortunately and unconditionally true...
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Posted: May 23, 2018 - 8:31pm

 oldviolin wrote:

Yup. Plus, a great opportunity to use the word 'anyhow' a few extra times.

Also a chance to say that he was a gentle spirit with a speech impediment and functionally illiterate yet  over achieved every chance he got. I loved and admired him and can see us as boys all those years ago...he was fond of saying that his claim to fame was that his big brother won the local race and went to the national Soap Box Derby in Akron when we were maybe 12 and his brother was 15. He also was proud to skip church on Sunday. He and his brothers walked and fought the 3 blocks over there and often disappeared over in the woods to skip Sunday School and smoke cigarettes. His Dad was a D Day vet and alcoholic that wouldn't talk about it at all. His Mother kept them all together somehow and I would look out on Sunday mornings sometimes and see her walking to church with his young sisters in tow with a belt in her hand calling out to them that they better be at church when she gets there. LOL

 
There are many ways to be a good person
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Posted: May 23, 2018 - 7:09pm

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{#Lol} Only if you keep the balls in the fridge {#Eek}
I was into the whole paintball gaming way back in the late 80's early 90's myself. It got to be a little expensive and that's why I think I gave it up.  I think all my stuff is long gone now, but that is the other alternative to the air gun.
 
Aaaaaah good memories tho {#Yes}


 
Yup. Plus, a great opportunity to use the word 'anyhow' a few extra times.

Also a chance to say that he was a gentle spirit with a speech impediment and functionally illiterate yet  over achieved every chance he got. I loved and admired him and can see us as boys all those years ago...he was fond of saying that his claim to fame was that his big brother won the local race and went to the national Soap Box Derby in Akron when we were maybe 12 and his brother was 15. He also was proud to skip church on Sunday. He and his brothers walked and fought the 3 blocks over there and often disappeared over in the woods to skip Sunday School and smoke cigarettes. His Dad was a D Day vet and alcoholic that wouldn't talk about it at all. His Mother kept them all together somehow and I would look out on Sunday mornings sometimes and see her walking to church with his young sisters in tow with a belt in her hand calling out to them that they better be at church when she gets there. LOL


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Posted: May 23, 2018 - 2:59pm

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Paintball. Roughly 50 caliber if I'm not mistaken. It won't kill him or permanently injure him. You can turn down the propellant force also. I shot my close friend in the sternum once. It was a guerilla exercise with us winding up on opposing squads. I had a manual pump rifle and he had some super duper job that would fling paint shells as fast as he could pull the trigger. Anyhow he didn't get a chance to fling any because I put a welt on him before he could aim in my direction. That was the thing. He could have fired 10 to my 1 but...anyhow he was sure pissed off and even though he was 'dead' he started flinging at me anyhow! I probably shouldn't have laughed at him but that surprised look on his face when he got splattered cracked me up, especially because it was his rifle  that I shot him with . That boy was a bonafied
firearm aficionado and bow hunter and we grew up together.

Anyhow he died of pancreatic cancer in 2004. That's when I got pissed off. I miss you, Tater. Dammit...

But, I digress...

 
{#Lol} Only if you keep the balls in the fridge {#Eek}
I was into the whole paintball gaming way back in the late 80's early 90's myself. It got to be a little expensive and that's why I think I gave it up.  I think all my stuff is long gone now, but that is the other alternative to the air gun.
 
Aaaaaah good memories tho {#Yes}

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Posted: May 23, 2018 - 12:45pm

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The damn groundhog was back again this year. He was sitting on my screened fence section I built last year because of them and not installed yet. He was just mocking me looking over all my greens until he ran into his newly dug hole.
 
Got the hose out and flooded him out. As he emerged covered in mud, he looked me straight in the eye and flipped me off with his paw and ran back into the woods.
 
This is not going to be the 3rd year where I have no vegetable garden cause I will escalate it to an air gun if necessary and pepper his azz. {#Eek} {#Lol}


 
Paintball. Roughly 50 caliber if I'm not mistaken. It won't kill him or permanently injure him. You can turn down the propellant force also. I shot my close friend in the sternum once. It was a guerilla exercise with us winding up on opposing squads. I had a manual pump rifle and he had some super duper job that would fling paint shells as fast as he could pull the trigger. Anyhow he didn't get a chance to fling any because I put a welt on him before he could aim in my direction. That was the thing. He could have fired 10 to my 1 but...anyhow he was sure pissed off and even though he was 'dead' he started flinging at me anyhow! I probably shouldn't have laughed at him but that surprised look on his face when he got splattered cracked me up, especially because it was his rifle  that I shot him with . That boy was a bonafied
firearm aficionado and bow hunter and we grew up together.

Anyhow he died of pancreatic cancer in 2004. That's when I got pissed off. I miss you, Tater. Dammit...

But, I digress...


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Posted: May 23, 2018 - 9:34am

The damn groundhog was back again this year. He was sitting on my screened fence section I built last year because of them and not installed yet. He was just mocking me looking over all my greens until he ran into his newly dug hole.
 
Got the hose out and flooded him out. As he emerged covered in mud, he looked me straight in the eye and flipped me off with his paw and ran back into the woods.
 
This is not going to be the 3rd year where I have no vegetable garden cause I will escalate it to an air gun if necessary and pepper his azz. {#Eek} {#Lol}

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Posted: May 14, 2018 - 4:42pm

I ordered a print on demand set of sneakers which turned out to be sent from China for $8.00 shipping and I can track it. I paid Australia Post $25.00 for a registered letter and can't track it online. When I called the best they could do was say, "We gave it to US Post. It could take another couple of weeks to be sure it is delivered."
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Posted: Feb 21, 2018 - 11:46am

 helenofjoy wrote:
Bullies have always pissed me off. There were so many of them in my childhood, but I was always a scrapper and old habits die hard. Now I'm more pissed off at myself when I get pissed off!

 
People in my family that stalk me on facebook with their conservative viewpoints.{#Fight}
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Posted: Feb 21, 2018 - 6:58am

Bullies have always pissed me off. There were so many of them in my childhood, but I was always a scrapper and old habits die hard. Now I'm more pissed off at myself when I get pissed off!
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Posted: Feb 20, 2018 - 4:27am

 (former member) wrote:

First world problems

 


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Posted: Jan 13, 2018 - 6:10am

 Red_Dragon wrote:

Or biting a bit of your jaw, which makes it swell a bit and then you continue to bite it. Gah.

 
Ouch. Never had that happen (knock on wood).
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Posted: Jan 13, 2018 - 5:53am

 SeriousLee wrote:
Biting my tongue while eating. Especially when I hear it crunch! {#Doh}

 
Or biting a bit of your jaw, which makes it swell a bit and then you continue to bite it. Gah.
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Posted: Jan 13, 2018 - 5:16am

Biting my tongue while eating. Especially when I hear it crunch! {#Doh}
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Posted: Dec 16, 2017 - 7:08am

Paying tolls on roads that we have paid taxes on for many years, thru fuel, inspections, tags, etc. Just exactly what did the legislators of Texas do with that money?  Now they expect us to pay even more, and like cows, we follow without question.
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Posted: Dec 12, 2017 - 9:13am

 Prodigal_SOB wrote:

 Nor are all here in the Hoosier state or even Derplahoma, but you must admit we do seem to be outnumbered.
 
 

 
That's probably the "thing that pisses me off"...
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Posted: Dec 12, 2017 - 8:55am

 maryte wrote:
Not all here (even some of the locals) are out of their bloody minds.
 
 Nor are all here in the Hoosier state or even Derplahoma, but you must admit we do seem to be outnumbered.
 
 
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Posted: Dec 12, 2017 - 7:30am

 islander wrote:
 meower wrote:

I know. jusayin' how do we all live in this world?

 
when the civil war breaks out, I hope you are able to make it over here to USW (United States of the West).  I think you'll be covered under the USNE, alliance agreement, but I worry about their ability to hold on to anything beyond Manhattan Island. 

 

Please keep a couple of slots open for the (non-native) Texas contingency.  Not all here (even some of the locals) are out of their bloody minds.
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Posted: Dec 4, 2017 - 8:38am

 meower wrote:

I know. jusayin' how do we all live in this world?

 
when the civil war breaks out, I hope you are able to make it over here to USW (United States of the West).  I think you'll be covered under the USNE, alliance agreement, but I worry about their ability to hold on to anything beyond Manhattan Island. 
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