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Trigger Mike

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  1. I decided to keep what I have after test driving the used 2019 f250 with 22000 miles.  The air conditioning was broken and ar 40mph thr steering wheel shook real bad for a few seconds.  Turns out it had a recall but fird only fixes it if it happens to you.  

  2. I was looking around for my wife a new suburban as hers is getting old .  While looking I also looked for expeditions from Ford.  


    I stumbled on a new Ford f250 shelby package.  127,000 plus 10,000 for market conditions.   GOODNESS.  


    That got me to hankering for a f250.  Currently I drive a chevy 2500 to pull the tractor etc.  I found that used with 22000 miles was 80,000.  I checked dealers up in Atlanta and they had new ones but some were 98,000.  Makes me want to trade in all my cars and get a bike until prices drop.

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  3. I remember when the swine flu came just a few years ago under obama, and how some began to wear mask and the CDC and others kept telling everyone the mask are useless unless they are a N95 mask.  I bought a box of N95 mask for when it became necessary.  At the beginning of this virus faucci and the CDC and others said mask were useless unless N95, then they switched.  My son caught the virus while being around someone while wearing a mask and the sick person was also wearing a mask.  I was around that same sick person the same day without a mask and he without a mask at that time.  I never got it.  I was around my son who was running a fever and other symptoms for days and we were not wearing a mask and I never got it, nor did anyone else though we ate supper, watched tv in arms length without a mask while he was running a fever. People who wear a mask are not wearing them because they like me or care about me, no one cares about strangers that much.  those wearing the mask are doing so to try to save themselves from me, even though I am not sick.  


    the percentage sick during this entire time in my state is 9% (actually just over 8% )  .  7% sick in my county.  Even if 25% were sick I doubt I'd start wearing a N95 mask.  At 9% I don't consider it an emergency.  Being Ive been around those who were symptomatic and yet stayed healthy, perhaps I need not worry about it.  I make it a point to hang out with those who have already had the virus, they should be safe from me and I should be safe from them since their immunity last longer than the vaccine which pfizer says only last 6 months, but those with the virus have tested still strong immunity well after that.  

  4. 1 hour ago, Iron Pony said:

    Damn, thats neat.  Now I want one of these even more than the 22LR version of the Stg43:rolleyes:

    You should make me an offer I can't refuse, otherwise I will want to buy the ruger 10/22 they make that has the m1 carbine stock

  5. 13 minutes ago, Iron Pony said:

    Damn, thats neat.  Now I want one of these even more than the 22LR version of the Stg43:rolleyes:

    They went out of business,  sadly.  But being built on a ruger frame it can't go wrong.  The only oddity on it is the tiny screws that hold the gas port in place sometimes come loose.  It does not alter the  function as it is mostly cosmetic and holds the front sight 

  6. 1 minute ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

    The vaccine is only 80-90% effective like any other vaccine. 

    Same reason I don't get the flu vaccine, the variant is different than the vaccine targeted and flu shots mess me up.  I never do well with them and get more sick the years I get the flu shot than years I don't get the flu shot.  

  7. A restaurant in Atlanta has all employees vaccinated but they still got the virus, so the news reported today they put out a sign, "no vaccine, no service".  


    If the vaccine works then how did they get sick?  Since they did get sick, how do they know if a vaccinated person didn't give it to them?  

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