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Allie Mo, SASS No. 25217

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  1. This seems to no longer be the case, as a thread I started on the TG Forum and asked to be locked was locked; then, unlocked. As, I read it, the locking had nothing to do with you. See Tyrel's post, following. IMO, this is an example of a post that should be removed (hidden) as a personal attack against Capt. Agree 100%.
  2. Very . My grandfather was born in the late 1800s, luckily I got to meet him. I have several photos of him. Following is one of my favorites. This reminds me. One of my co-workers was complaining about her step-daughter's boyfriend's first name. It was Guy. That was my grandfather's first name.
  3. One of my best friends in college was named Lynn. I never gave it much thought until one of our professors handed back our papers, we always sat together, and gave me (I went by Chris then) his paper and him mine. Chris got an A- and Lynn got a B. I wonder if the grades would have been reversed had the professor realized which was male and which was female. My Orthopedic Surgeon is named Hunter Green.
  4. I just spotted mine for the first time in memory, at least since moving here. With two ice makers, I don't use them and I bag ice from the ice maker for my trailer.
  5. Hi Folks, I've always made my cornbread as muffins as it reheats better that way. I haven't really had any that was decent since Hubby has to be gluten free. Does anyone have a recipe for that. I don't care if it has sugar or not. Thanks for any help, AM
  6. Regardless, I that song and Marty Robbins' voice!
  7. I'm so glad to hear that things are progressing well. Our two young cats are litter mates who have lived with us since day one and were never hit. One ducks when you pet her head the other doesn't. The one that ducks laid on an afghan a lot and when I would pet her, I'd hear the static electricity snap. We think that is the reason for the ducking.
  8. Speaking of movies, PC, and Asians, has anyone seen Crazy Rich Asians? I saw it yesterday on TV. It was the funniest, non-PC, romantic comedy I can remember seeing. If most of the cast, the director, book author, and one of the screenplay writers hadn't been Chinese; I'm sure some Liberals' heads would have exploded. I laughed and cried. If you get a chance, I highly recommend it.
  9. You are correct. Great folks hang out there and it is a wonderful range. I wish I could have been there. I love to read about happy new shooters!
  10. Little story, I went to feed my brother's cat while he was out of town. A ----- with a German Shepard (not on a leash, this was in town, and there was a leash law) walked by as I was going into my brother's apartment. The dog attacked a cat (not my brothers) and the cat was screaming. I yelled, ----- haven't you heard of the leash law. She got her dog off the cat and the cat took off. I don't know what happened to the cat. I couldn't find it. That story was the talk of my brother's neighborhood for a while as his neighbor saw it from his porch.
  11. Are you sure it's not 100 Year-Old Duck Eggs?
  12. Actually, a lot of grammar mistakes annoy me. If I had to pick a totally useless word it would actually be actually. Just forget it exists. If you use it, think, "would that sentence still make sense and be grammatically correct without it?" The answer will be yes. Please feel free to actually prove me wrong.
  13. My way home is also a PITB! It is a curvy, narrow two-lane road with no shoulders that is loved by weekend bicyclists from the Valley. The speed limit is posted 55; however, it is tough to drive "that fast" everywhere on my 9 miles. The bicyclists never pull over in driveways or side roads. They just toodle along at 25 MPH. They are having an event Saturday. That is like being snowed in or taking an hour to go 9 miles. The bicyclists aren't the only problem. I've been run off the road by traffic coming the other way. The last time, I got a flat and bunged up my rim.
  14. Howdy and Welcome, Eileen! I'd wanted a '73 for years. Hubby balked (he's my gunsmith), until he handled an out-of-the-box Miroku. I got one that Christmas. He already had a Uberti (I think) in .45 and wasn't fond of it. Good luck and happy shooting! Allie
  15. Oh no, Dawg! I hope there I a swift solution to this. AM
  16. I just heard from Kit. He appreciates the kind words. I sent him a link to this thread. He said he wasn't driven off. He said he may be back someday.
  17. When I told Hubby about it, he too mentioned a welding torch.
  18. One time, when we took a stray kitten to him, he said he thought we had a sign on our yard that said "sucker for kitties."
  19. I received an email from him. He said he was spending too much time here and would be off-line for a while. I have thoughts on the matter; but they are nothing more than speculation.
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