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Dirty Dan Dawkins

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  1. Not only that, but Confederate veterans are classified as domestic terrorists, but largely ignored are the crimes against humanity, during and after the Civil War, perpetrated by Sherman and Sheridan!
  2. Ingles, for those not in or around the Southeast, is a regional supermarket, based out of North Carolina. The latest sale paper offers 10% off to veterans. Kind gesture, and I have to admit the picture made me grin. As you can see, there are uniformed representatives of the major American conflicts in the ad. I won't point it out, but it's plain to see the Southern bias in whoever put this photo together.
  3. No particular order Stir Crazy See no evil, hear no evil Young Frankenstein Blazing Saddles I think Sling Blade is pretty funny
  4. This flag is totally wrong. The bear should have his head up his, well, you know....
  5. https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/spongebob-violent-racist-colonizer
  6. Pain hit me so bad one time I was knocked unconscious and I fell head first through bathroom cabinet door. So imagine my head in the cabinet, me naked and unconscious on a cold tile floor. These episodes hit me 2-3 times a year. That was the only time it knocked me out. I wish it would knock me out each time. Some spells last 5-10 minutes, others 45-60 minutes. All this because a person decided not to use their brakes one day.....
  7. You know, I need to figure out how me and my wife and kids can go do this every couple of years..... Sage, ya got the meat handling figured out.....We cut our own too. The deer coolers around here, ya drop it of and pick up later. You don't know what ya get, your deer or the gutshot deer that rode around a pickup for a couple hours, ungutted, marinating in its own bile!!!! As to meat....here in Georgia, the deer are pretty well fed on acorns and corn and whatever else, but people tend to screw it up. My findings are the worst tasting meat comes from folks shooting ballistic tip 223 and 243's exploding the innards into a foul marinade. Then they don't gut and quarter the deer up quick enough, or they are gut shot and marinade in guts, or folks take Texas heart shots and marinade in guts. I shoot deer with 30-30's and 30-06's at modest velocities and let em bleed out. Shoot that critter and let it bleed out and get the dang guts out without damaging them, cut it all up and dry age a few days. If you kill anything and do not let the meat rest before the the rigormortis goes away, the meat will taste fowl. Chickens and rabbits and turkeys too! Goats or deer, not much fat so no need in aging to the lengths as beef. But that rigormortis needs to go away and the fat break down a bit, and all the blood out you can get out! And don't punch the guts! I dry age in airtight Magellan coolers 4-5 days, but I have let'em set 10 cause I could not get to them. Found no difference in taste whether 5 or 10 days. Then break the meat down, save bones for soup stock. Most folks throw the necks away here. Its a shame. We slow cook them and it is my wife's 2nd favorite part now, next to slow cooked shanks. I grew partial to bone in deer chops last season. This year I think I'll try smoking some! The one cut I can say that's real good right out of deer to eat soon after the kill is to butterfly open the heart, de-vein and slice. Fry in butter, salt and pepper. Right after you finish quartering up your kill, hits the spot for lunch or supper.
  8. The black lady was married to Graham Bond, the chubby goattee sax player. Her name was Diane Stewart. Bond was a noted jazz musician back in the day and played several instruments. The white girl's name is Aliki Ashman. I don't know much else about either girl.
  9. Everyone on stage was probably strung out on heroin..... In case you did not catch those lyrics.... Tell me, tell me the storyTell me, tell me the storyToady, Toady is cornyToady, Toady is cornySell me, sell me to glorySell me, sell me to gloryToady, Toady is hornyToady, Toady is hornyTell me, tell me the storyTell me, tell me the storyToady, Toady is cornyToady, Toady is cornySell me, sell me to glorySell me, sell me to gloryToady, Toady is hornyToady, Toady is hornyToady, Toady, Toady, ToadyTell me, tell me the storyTell me, tell me the storyToady, Toady is cornyToady, Toady is cornySell me, sell me to glorySell me, sell me to gloryToady, Toady is hornyToady, Toady is hornyToady, Toady, Toady, ToadyDon't sell me to the horny toad
  10. Lets face it, the man was a butt hole, but a solid drummer and had great taste in lead female vocals...... RIP
  11. Yeah, but everyone on the SASS wire said Baikals were made from scrap armor plating left over from construction of Russian T-90 tanks. That was 14-15 years or so ago, when I was about 29 or 30 and a little less wise. Since then I have learned not to believe everything I read on the internet, particularly the SASS wire.
  12. I loaded up two 3" magnums in a Baikal and handed it to a kid and told him to pull both triggers since he felt so tough. Boy that showed him....
  13. Glock 30....Accurate, controllable, but finger grooves in the wrong place.
  14. I didn't like to shoot my Marlin Cowboy 45-70 either. Too light ad stock fit me poorly.
  15. I had a pair of these once, Colt grips, SBH hammers, Joe West action job with the cylinders fixed (reamed to match bore diameter). I’ve bought and sold a lot of stuff, but only really truly regretted selling a pair of these. Back to the top for a good cowboy.
  16. I would not assume the dogs stopped or that they hold to a particular pattern. Been there done that.
  17. I have long been an admirer of Napoleon Bonaparte.
  18. I found only two other threads on other forums on these 11.15x55R Turkish rounds, with no resolution. I'd chamber cast first, then, if nothing matches and if no cases are to be found, sell it, re-barrel it or: A) Find other calibers close to the chamber cast along with same/close rim diameter. B See if 4-D has some reamers to open the chamber up to, in an available caliber. (may take a couple of different reamers to get what you need,plus headspace gauges -$42 or so per reamer set-up w/ guages) Example ( say it could be opened up to 43 Mauser): http://4-dproducts.com/product/43-mauser/ C) Find a competent gunsmith to ream it out. Another thought, and John Boy may be able to chime in, If you come up empty on finding the correct case, maybe you could get lucky enough to find a common case really really close. Close enough to fire-form, cut to length (which may take some trial and error experimenting).Then you could resort to only neck-sizing and crimp with a die close enough to do the seating/crimping only.
  19. They don't won't to be your friend either. Have a drink on me. https://quran.com/5/51
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