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Pat Riot, SASS #13748

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  1. Sad. It’s hard for kids...heck, it’s hard for me. I hope she gets through this well.
  2. Too late Not really. I do daydream a lot more though.
  3. A priest, a minister, a rabbi and Joe Cool were playing golf. When Joe Cool cane up for his shot he swung and missed. Frustrated, he yells out “ Awe Damnit! I missed!” This made his golf partners uneasy. He went on to hit the ball and then up at the green it was Joe Cool’s turn again and he swung and missed. Frustrated, he yells out “Awe Damnit I missed!” The minister asked him not to talk this way and told him to calm down. At the next tee Joe Cool goes last again. He swings. He misses. ”Awe Damnit! I missed!” The rabbi asks him to quit swearing, but Joe shrugs it off and hits his ball about halfway down the fairway closer than his partner’s balls. They get down to Joe’s ball. He gets ready, swings and misses again. He blurts out “Awe Damnit! I missed!” This time the priest has to say something. He says “Joe, you have been asked to quit swearing. It’s obvious our please do no good so I have said a little prayer that the next time you swear, the lord will hit you with a bolt of lightning.” Joe gives the priest a sour look then hits his ball onto the green. Once the others hit their balls onto the green it’s Joe Cool’s turn again and he grabs his putter, addresses the ball “Hello Ball” then swings....and he misses! ”Awe Damnit! I missed.” At that moment the winds pick up. The sky darkens with looming black clouds. A bolt of lightning and a crack of thunder emanate from the clouds striking the trio and burning the minister, priest and rabbi to a crisp. Their blackened bodies slumped over on the ground, Joe is stunned! All of a sudden the clouds part and a booming voice pierces the sky... ”AWE DAMNIT! I MISSED!”
  4. Bless me Father, for I have sinned. I have been with a loose girl." The priest asks, "Is that you, little Joey Pagano?" "Yes, Father, it is." "And who was the girl you were with?" "I can't tell you, Father. I don't want to ruin her reputation." "Well, Joey, I'm sure to find out her name sooner or later so you may as well tell me now. Was it Tina Minetti?" "I cannot say." "Was it Teresa Mazzarelli?" "I'll never tell." "Was it Nina Capelli?" "I'm sorry, but I cannot name her." "Was it Cathy Piriano?" "My lips are sealed." "Was it Rosa DiAngelo, then?" "Please, Father! I cannot tell you." The priest sighs in frustration. "You're very tight lipped, and I admire that. But you've sinned and have to atone. You cannot be an altar boy now for 4 months. Now you go and behave yourself." Joey walks back to his pew, and his friend Franco slides over and whispers, "What'd you get?" "Four months vacation and five good leads..."
  5. No, I am implying that it’s going sooo sloooooow.... Then again, my Nanny told me not to wish my life away when I was a kid.
  6. Slow....275 meters per year = 902 feet per year = 0.000019 MPH......SLOW!!!!
  7. I hate lights with multiple settings. The ones I have are relegated to inane duties like for if the power goes off.
  8. I carry the little Olight EOS mini light that takes one AAA battery everyday on my house key ring. I have carried it for nearly 2 years and it has never let me down. The main thing is it has never turned itself on or disassembled itself in my pocket like the mini Streamlights and Pelican lights have that I have carried.
  9. This link has a 5 year old picture of her, the story of how she got started and some other photos of interest. https://fritz-aviewfromthebeach.blogspot.com/2015/10/rule-5-saturday-elviras-halloween.html?m=1 I met her, or I should say, said “Hi” to her in a bar years ago in either Manhattan or Hermosa Beach, CA. I seem to remember she was a strawberry blonde. Regardless, she was just as pretty and attractive without all the make up and her wig, though she was fully dressed.
  10. If there’s a blizzard and your rock disappears will you assume it’s a rock in a Widder wonder land?
  11. I have purchased 4 different Olight lights for weapons lights, pocket lights and mini flashlights. So far I am very happy with these lights. I have a 550 lumen Baton 2 light tat I beat the heck out of and it works just fine. Their prices are very reasonable on Amazon and on their website. https://www.olightstore.com/?gclid=CjwKCAjw5p_8BRBUEiwAPpJO60YiJvqW94S9R5KHVhsIEHg1nVKxAmhKGjw_-qRD9bv4QdudfEzJcBoCv_EQAvD_BwE
  12. Hmmm...Sounds good. Amazon has it: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Osem+consomme&ref=nb_sb_noss
  13. I do not think bluing will work but you can Cerakote it. Bluing is a form of rust. Stainless doesn't easily rust so therefore it wouldn't easily Blue.
  14. Now, I love shooting, but I also have other hobbies. The amount of time it would take me to get that good would take away from other things I like to do. It would also take all my money as I don’t have sponsors sending me ammo, guns, targets and other stuff. Also, I have no deadlines. If I want to go shoot, I go shoot. If I don’t, I have no obligation whatsoever to do so. If I do go shooting and have a bad day I don’t have to go back again and start over or do retakes, remakes or correct mistakes. I am a pretty good shot. I may never be a great shot, a really fast shot or worthy of people praising me, but shooting is not my job and it comes with no obligations whatsoever. I like it like that. A little story: When I lived in NC and Lake Norman was my playground I shopped at Bass Pro A LOT. I met a woman there that was a Pro Bass Fisherwoman. She was very nice and had a wealth of knowledge. One day I expressed to her that I envied her and her husband because they had such a wonderful job. Their passion had become their jobs. She then explained to me all the various hassles and obligations that her “hobby” turned into when it became her “job”. I will not bore you with them here, but she had come to hate her job which used to be her passion. I learned a very big lesson from her. Enjoy your shooting hobby friends. Don’t make it your burden. Thanks for posting this Slim. You just reminded me to have some fun in what I do for fun.
  15. That’s good news Mark. Now don’t give the nurses and orderlies a hard time. Life in hospital while mending can go well or not so well depending upon how you treat the people that are treating you. If you are reading this and you are cold and there is no water to drink you have more than likely pizzed everyone off while under the influence. I recommend calling the gift shop and having them deliver chocolates to the nurse’s station...soon. Glad to hear you’re on the mend.
  16. It’s funny, I have eaten at wineries in Sacramento, Los Angeles, North Carolina and Oregon and I have never had a good meal at any of them. I guess they think their wine is what is going to carry the day. I have really never liked wine so I was there more for the food.
  17. Never tried torpedo juice or “gilly juice”. It was well known in my ship that anyone caught trying to steal torpedo fuel or creating a still could kiss their butt goodbye. The threat was they would “send your @$$ to Leavenworth” for any such nonsense. The specter of being sent to Leavenworth cured a lot of sailor’s mental health issues. In other words, it kept people from doing crazy stuff. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torpedo_juice
  18. This ^^^^ I would venture to say a rebuild is in order. Oh, and don't use wire to clean out the jets.
  19. I like Campbell's tomato soup in a mug with a grilled ham and cheese with mayo. I use heavy whipping cream instead of milk or water in the condensed soup with some pepper. Have you every used mayo instead of butter on the outside of the bread when making grilled cheese sandwiches? If you like mayo give it a try. If you don't like mayo please don't whine about how you hate mayo. It's very unbecoming.
  20. We had an old “Farm Use” truck when I was in high school. I wish I had a picture of it. It was a rusted out ‘60 Chevy 1/2 ton. That thing ran great until there was work to be done then you had to spend an hour to get it running.
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