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  1. 1 hour ago, Michigan Slim said:

    My wife has been in two bank robberies. Luckily, they were in and out with no injuries. 

     

    A jury is deliberating a case right now to determine if the killer deserves life in prison or the death penalty.

    Happened in Haines City, Florida.

    Guy walked in, made four female employees and a female customer lay on a floor and executed them with shots to the head. Didn't rob the bank, didn't want money, just wanted to kill, his words. Called 911 after killing the women. Tactical team breached the bank with an armored vehicle, punk gave up.

     

    Why is there even deliberation? He's on camera, complete with audio committing the crime, take his ass out front of the courthouse and hang him. 

     

    YMMV.

     

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  2. 14 hours ago, Forty Rod SASS 3935 said:

    I watched it three times and still don't know what was so "graphic" about it that it warranted a warning.

     

    I've seen worse on 1970s western TV movies. 

     

    In the last few seconds of the video, after they jump the counter, a hand can be seen palm up with blood pooling around it in the lower right-hand corner of the screen. That's the only thing that is remotely "graphic" that I can see. Maybe they consider a bullet hole in a monitor "graphic" these days.

     

    Personally, I don't see anything "graphic" about it.

  3. 30 minutes ago, Linn Keller, SASS 27332, BOLD 103 said:

    Four thousand pound of cheese ...

    TWO TONS ...

    It is genuinely impressive when you start measuring cheese in TONS!!!

     

    32 minutes ago, Linn Keller, SASS 27332, BOLD 103 said:

    Four thousand pound of cheese ...

    TWO TONS ...

    It is genuinely impressive when you start measuring cheese in TONS!!!

     

    A Tennessee Ernie Ford remake of 16 tons...

     

    You eat two tons and what do you get.

    Clogged up arteries and you can't take a s**t.

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  4. 13 hours ago, Colorado Coffinmaker said:

    Much as I enjoy yanking on Blackwater's chain, I have to agree with his reply to my quip.  Unfortunately for ALL of us, Right, Left, Middle or Who Cares, current Politics and politicians SUCK.  I am some sick of having the media, right, left or who cares, shoving the LGBTQ crap down my throat.  There are only TWO genders.  Male and Female.  Girls don't compete against Boys and boys don't compete against Girls.  It's that simple.  I'm also sick and tired of ALL the "Oh Poor Me" coverage of that .001% trying to hold the rest hostage to their "pronouns."

     

    I better quit before I wind up in Wire Jail.

     

    PS:  Just read Pb Mark's commentary.  That's called hitting the nail on the head.  ALL of our broadcast media are FCC registered as ENTERTAINMENT.  They ALL want to sell commercial time even if they have to lie, cheat, steal or debate The Earth is Flat.

     

    12 hours ago, Blackwater 53393 said:

    Much as I enjoy baiting Coffinmaker, we agree on far more than we disagree on.

     

    Anyone can get my seal of approval!  Ya’s just gotta do what is right and sometimes what is necessary.

     

    I dislike cowardice in all its forms and I vehemently distrust expediency!!

     

    CC does stand up for what he believes and even if we don’t agree, I don’t discount his opinion.  I don’t share his position on some things, but we’re both looking for what we feel is right.

     

    And I agree with both of ya's.

     

    In my best Slim Pickins voice "Now what in tarnation is the World comin' to.":PB)

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  5.  

    I have shot steel at a range with enclosed bays. The bays have a rear earthen backstop, but the roof is concrete @ about 20' high, the walls are filled cinder block with 3/4" PR plywood and an open-air front . The range is located very close to an International airport and the overhead concrete baffles are required if the range is to stay in operation as 737's and such fly over all the time.

     

    Even with targets set at proper angles, the splatter from all of the guns (rifle, pistols, shotgun) is considerably more noticeable than open air ranges, especially shotgun splatter. I've dug lead out of myself on numerous occasions, both there and open-air ranges. The other problem was that smoke and the fine dust kicked up had no place to escape so you breathe that for the entire match. 

     

    If the indoor range was truly an indoor type, enclosed concrete walls/ceilings range, I wouldn't shoot steel there. If the range had concrete floors/walls/ceilings, no way in hell would I shoot steel there.

  6. 6 minutes ago, Colorado Coffinmaker said:

     

    You don't really expect to get a correct, factual story out of FOX NEWS do ya??  Fat Chance.

     

    Or any other so-called "News Source" whether it be left leaning, middle of the road (there isn't one), or right leaning. ;)

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  7. 6 hours ago, Blackwater 53393 said:


    But in the dictionary, slime is  depicted by a photo of Goobernor Nuisance!!

     

    What a coincidence, the same picture is also used to depict scum.:P

     

     

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    In late 1978, a dozen glazed donuts was a $1 (+ tax) a dozen at a donut shop in Clearwater. I was in-between jobs (unemployed), money ran out and...well...you know the story.

    Donuts were what I lived on for about a month...glazed donuts. After visiting the donut store about 10 times, the girl who worked there said that I must like donuts, I told her that that's what I could afford for now. That order, and all of the rest of the orders, she included a chocolate glazed donut with the rest of the donuts even though they didn't charge me for the extra donut. It was a special treat to me at the time.

    I rarely eat donuts these days but it's hard to pass up a chocolate glazed donut if I happen to see one in a "I brought donuts, want one." kind of thing.

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  9. 2 hours ago, Sedalia Dave said:

     

    All that humidity trapped under those panels is sure to make them last a long long time. :P

     

    He doesn't seem to understand the concept that photosynthesis occurs in water also.:huh:

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  10.  

    Depends upon the price of the replacement part and the value of the gun.

    I'd buy both if they were reasonably priced.

     

    Edit - I would not alter the gun to "fit" a newer manufactured part if I could in any way avoid it, I would go with an original part preferably in that case.

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