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J. Mark Flint #31954 LIFE

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  1. Well I was employee of the week last week LOL
  2. It is Melmac and Alf did come from Melmac. Melamine was the resin used to make Melmac.
  3. I think they will all work fine. I'd go oddball and reload the 300 Savage
  4. I like them halved, roasted with a bit of olive oil, sea salt and coarse ground black pepper, Cook them under the broiler until they are just shy of burnt. They are good this way maybe even good enough to eat 5 or 6 times a month
  5. I followed suite, as Jack left. I said my goodbyes and though there was curiosity about my destination, after I repeated my response from earlier "Somewhere west of here or east of there, can't rightly say, but I'd best get moving. No point in being late." they backed off, realizing I wasn't going to tell. It wasn't that I was secretive, but that I, in truth had no destination, just an urge to travel. When it hit, it was time to move. I headed north as I considered where to go. I'd heard of the Northern Lights, I decided it was time to see them and headed Northwest towards Oregon and to
  6. Day one was productive. Sitting here waiting on a Court hearing to start by telephone now, but the Judge is running behind. Hard to get much done when you know you are going to have to stop suddenly, but thank you all for the best wishes, the good advice and the insults, they keep me motivated and smiling.
  7. I'm not as smart as some of you-but I expect that with hard cast bullets or jacketed bullets you are going to crush the case if you crimp much harder. With soft bullets you'll be digging in and causing some deformation which may or may not affect accuracy. I'd suggest that you put the guns away and get drunk and if it still bothers you. . . you aren't drunk enough
  8. Thank you all. As the new boss and the entire staff I can't afford to shoot him, me myself and I would be cut down to a two person work force.
  9. After 28 years and three months my tenure at the law firm has ended. On January 1, 2021 I will be self employed running my own law office out of my home. I'm unemployed until then. I can't believe how big a jackass my new boss is going to be.
  10. I awoke from a sound sleep and brushed the hay off my clothes before washing my face with a bucket of fresh well water. The sun was just rising over the horizon and I admired both the majestic view, and the tidy home. Looking about I noticed that a couple of the corral posts were leaning so I took a shovel and repaired them, then soaked the ground and tamped in more dirt to secure them. I filled the trough and took a bucket of fresh water. leaving it up on the porch before I tore into another cord of fire wood. The sun was high in the sky when I finished and I saw d
  11. and Doc, your celebrating enlightenment is a worthy endeavor. hats off to you!
  12. Happy Hannukah! A celebration of rebel success! (with a little divine intervention!) if you don't know the story.... https://www.history.com/topics/holidays/hanukkah
  13. For burgers and steaks, I use a cheap folding walk about grill. for 40 bucks it will give a few years of service and is easy to clean and put away for the winter, and can pull out from storage in a moment with no effort. I use a vertical smoker from Brinkman for brisket or ribs, it takes some getting used to as temperature control is more difficult, but if I do my part it works wonderfully. One of my friends has had a Green Egg for many years and it is very economical to operate and the heavy insulation really does make for stable temperatures and low fuel usage.
  14. As I arrived at Doc's place it was eerily quiet. Doc must still be in town with his wife. I circled the home at a distance, with an uneasy feeling. Perhaps I should just ride on, but instead I headed to the house and finding it empty I went to the barn. There were horses in the stalls and I turned them out into the corral and began cleaning the stalls. Some people eschew manual labor, but I never felt better than working with and caring for horses. When I finished the barn was spic and span. I noticed the firewood was low and picked up an axe and began splitting wood. a few hours passe
  15. If it is 7.62x39 i'd be interested, if you can ship it. Message me if you want to discuss further
  16. I predict Joe Biden will be the best gun salesman since Obama. As to prices, they will go up and down, don't panic sell, but if you have something you want to get rid of either watch the market trends or gift it to me.
  17. You remove the recoil spring and replace it with a pencil eraser for loads of that power level
  18. https://thecmp.org/sales-and-service/1911-information/
  19. Acupuncture is a jab well done Dijon vu - the same mustard as before Practice safe eating - always use condiments Shotgun wedding - a case of wife or death A man needs a mistress just to break the monogamy A hangover is the wrath of grapes Dancing cheek-to-cheek is really a form of floor play Does the name Pavlov ring a bell? Condoms should be used on every conceivable occasion Reading while sunbathing makes you well red When two egotists meet, it's an i for an i A bicycle can't stand on its own
  20. I had a 1875 Remington that I bought 35 years ago that had a Uberti Cylinder fitted to it along with the Uberti ejector rod housing. I had to have the barrel set back and the bore looked like a sewage pipe, but with factory loads it seemed to shoot fine the handful of times I shot the gun. As I got older, I got more aware of mortality and more importantly pain. Not wanting to shorten the first or experience the second. the gun was retired and sold to someone that wanted it more than I. Before about 1892 guns were made of steel that was closer in composition to iron. No way I wo
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