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Rye Miles #13621

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  1. 16 minutes ago, bgavin said:

    Guillotine, in public, is also an excellent deterrent for intentional crimes.

    For those who won't be deterred... give the perpetrator full due process under the law.
    No delays. No lawyer tricks.


    When found guilty beyond all reasonable doubt, then immediately execute his sorry self.


    It matters not if the perpetrator had a bad childhood, is stoned out of his mind, was raped by his priest or has 12 personalities.  
    Summarily execute him after full due process and conviction.



    They could put it on Pay Per View and give the money to the victims family.;)

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  2. 3 hours ago, Marshal Mo Hare, SASS #45984 said:


    USA commercials are typically 15 or 30 seconds, not a show within a commercial of 2:30.

    Not those annoying Medicare commercials, they’re at least 2 minutes long!:angry:

  3. 8 minutes ago, Tex Jones, SASS 2263 said:

    News media are calling them human remains.

    I heard then saying over and over and in some print stories, "It appears to be Human remains" Hopefully they finally figured it out! :o

  4. 23 minutes ago, Cyrus Cassidy #45437 said:

    You have no idea how annoying police (and in my case, retired police) find it when someone cites a TV show as an example.  


    Answer:  It takes as long as it takes.  Each case is different.  There are different levels of decomposition or other damage done to the remains (animals were probably feeding off him, etc.) and some people have more records than others that could be used to identify the body.  DNA is not only NOT instantaneous, but assumes you already have the guy's DNA on file somewhere that can be accessed without a warrant.  Or if you need a warrant for any of the information, add another day or two...or three.

    Like I said it's NOT WHO'S remains it's whether they're human remains or not. They keep saying "possible human remains"! Really?? They can't tell if they're human remains after 4 -5 days?? Again, I'm not saying WHO'S remains!!!

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  5. 4 minutes ago, Cypress Sun said:

    I know it's bad, but I hope it is Laundrie. The constant, ad nauseam, coverage of this case is over the top and it's been going on for well over a 1.5 months now. If the news about this case stopped now, it wouldn't be soon enough.

    I hope it's NOT! I want to see him fry for what he did, suicide is too good for this scumbag!

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  6. For three days now they have been saying that it "appears to be " human remains in Florida (The Brian Laundrie, Gabby Petitio case)

    How long does it take to identify that it's "Human remains"?? I'm not saying identify whose remains but just if they are human or not!!


    They do it on NCIS is less than 10 minutes! :P:lol: Seriously how the heck long does it take???

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  7. 4 minutes ago, Yul Lose said:

    Well after nearly 6 months of multiple sleep tests and other hurdles I started on a ResMed c-pap machine. I fought it the first night for about 4 hours and the second night had it on all night and got my best nights sleep in years. The last 5 nights have been another story and despite multiple calls to my c-pap coach my problems persist. Here’s what happens, I’ll have the mask on and machine running and just about to sleep and it’s like someone squeezes my nose and I can’t breath through my nose for a second or two before I can get air. You just can’t relax and sleep with that happening. I assume that is from poor mask fit/seal but I’ve tried 3 different nasal masks and a full face mask with the same results, the full face mask being the worst.


    My so called c-pap coach sounds like she’s working from home and has lots of other stuff on her mind when she’s talking to me and can’t end the call fast enough.  Any help would be appreciated. I wash the nasal mask every morning but that has no effect.

    My buddy just got tested for that implant so you don't have to wear the mask.



  8. 1 hour ago, punxsutawneypete said:

    When I shave after I put the shaving cream on my face I scrape the extra shaving cream from my fingers onto the lenses in my glasses and rub the lenses horizontally.  Then I rinse off my glasses and dry them with my towel.

    I’ve heard of that before, unfortunately I use an electric razo:P

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  9. 2 hours ago, Chief Rick said:

    If I cleaned my glasses as much as @Rye Miles #13621 or @Nostrum Damus SASS #110702 I'd probably be more worried about damaging the lenses than I currently do.


    Seriously, I probably only clean the lenses two or three times a week and usually use the spray bottle with alcohol. 


    I don't know how old the box of wipes I have is (over a year, at least) but most of them are dry when I open the packages.

    Are they Zeiss wipes? I’ve had others that dried out pretty quickly.

  10. 19 minutes ago, Chief Rick said:

    Let me know in 12 months if that's still the case.

    They won’t last 12 months! I’ll use em up by then! 
    I’ll try and remember to save a couple and then in 12,months I’ll say why do I have these?? :lol:

    I’ve had this box for about 4-5 months!!

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  11. 1 hour ago, Chief Rick said:

    Be aware that the packaged lens wipes can and do dry out.


    I use 90% isopropyl alcohol in a squirt bottle with a lint free/poly cloth.


    If there are large pieces of "debris" on the lenses it's much better to use soap and water in a sink and then dry.

    Zeiss wipes do not dry out, I bought a box of 250 a few months ago and keep some in my glove box and they’re still wet!

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  12. 6 minutes ago, J.S. Sooner, SASS #73526 said:

    If the primer was in the case prior to loading and not after the jam, it came out.   The primer was probably mangled by the lever or lifter arm inside the receiver.  Sounds like it was a loose primer and most likely came out as the round slammed back onto the lifter. 


    You could measure the primer pocket or try to seat a new primer and see how tight the pocket is.


    I think that's exactly what happened!;)

  13. 4 hours ago, J.S. Sooner, SASS #73526 said:

    Could have been crushed sideways when seated, then fell out when slammed back onto the lifter. 

    No I check all my brass when loading, I would have seen that. 
    I think the primer pocket was a little too big and the primer came out. Maybe......?

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  14. On 10/17/2021 at 4:58 AM, WOLFY said:


    If history is consistent, no one called the 60 & 66 by their years (when they were new).  They were Henrys.  The “Improved Henry” being the later model, was still called a Henry.   


    They called the 66 the Yellow Boy. I think it was nicknamed that by an Indian Chief.

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  15. 1 hour ago, Doc X said:

    Not to downplay Shatner's trip in anyway, but isn't it kind of sad to think that the best the only country to ever put men on the moon way back in 1969 can do by 2021 is pop them up just high enough to "qualify" for the title astronaut? I miss having a real space program.

    Am I missing something? I don’t think anyone seriously called him an astronaut!

    The country didn’t do squat it was a private person. Jeff Bazos. Even more pathetic .

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  16. 55 minutes ago, Nickel City Dude said:

    Was it a fired primer or an unfired primer that fell into the rifle?


    Unfired because the round was intact. The primer was in at least two pieces that broke apart when it got stuck under the lever.

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