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Okie Sawbones, SASS #77381

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About Okie Sawbones, SASS #77381

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  • Birthday 07/06/1949

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    77381L
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    Randybuckner

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Edgewood, Texas
  • Interests
    Shooting sports, ham radio, BBQ, foreign travel, gardening

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  1. Tie me down, tell me lies, pull my hair, smack my thighs - with a big wet strap of, Rawhide!
  2. I'm lazy. I have an electric sharpener. Click here.
  3. Never been to Moose, WY, but I've been to Goose (Newfoundland). You don't want to pick up anything off of the ground there...
  4. I only had one interaction with a game warden. It went smooth, although it could have gone south. I was in our duck blind, while my CW0-3 hunting buddy motored his way to the opposite bank to drop off his son. His son had to go to work. We had close to our limit of ducks. Sure enough, here comes the game warden. We exchanged howdies, then he asked to see my hunting license and duck tag. I showed him those, plus I held up my 12 ga. shells for him to check with his magnet. Then he said that it looked like I was having a good hunt, but you are over your limit. I explained the situation, and I got a 'I've heard that one before' look. I told him to have a seat, and I'd pour him some coffee, plus I had some good deer jerky. I told him my buddy would be right back. He took a seat, some coffee, and a couple of pieces of jerky. About the time he finished, here came my buddy motoring up to the bank. The game warden stood up, and thanked me for the hospitality, and headed to his truck without even waiting to check out my buddy. Treat a person how you would like to be treated -- amazing how that works.
  5. North Carolina’s coastal black bears average 50-100 lbs or more than their cousins. The current World Record black bear is an 880 lb. giant from Eastern North Carolina recorded in 1998. There have been more than a dozen bears over 700lbs recorded and dozens more over 600lbs harvested in the coastal region of North Carolina. I'll bet that girl's bear sets a state record.
  6. Studies of lead workers have shown associations between blood lead concentrations of 20 to 40 μg/dL and cognitive decline, including changes in memory or mental processing speed. Well that answers that question.
  7. Some things are like fresh wounds, even 50 years later. It is hard to believe my friend has been gone 10 years, a victim of PTSD. The snippet neglected to say he was shot down twice during rescue missions. William ‘Mike’ Dunsmore February 7, 2010 By Ben Sclair Mike was an Army helicopter pilot. He flew Huey’s in the Vietnam War and continued on in a variety of helicopter flying assignments to include being the commander’s pilot for the 2d Army Cavalry Regiment in Germany and for I Corps at Fort Lewis. At the end of the Fort Lewis assignment, Mike retired as a Chief Warrant Officer (CWO4).
  8. Been through there many times. Emphasis on through. Worth a stop at Dyers, or Tylers BBQ. Dyers has more selections, so more family friendly if you have picky eaters.
  9. I have one of them Eyetalian espresso makers. Espressos. lattes, Cappuccinos, etc. Not too much of a learning curve.
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