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  1. Was watching Sneaky Pete on Amazon yesterday and saw the teenage girl pull a double barrel shotgun out. The picture cut to the guy coming in the house, and you hear the racking of a slide on a shotgun. They cut back, and she's standing there still holding the double barrel. Oops...
  2. I laugh when I read stuff like "United Nations Inspection Agency", but I'm sure there are people who don't realize that US Customs (now part of Homeland Security) inspects and clears in-bound shipments. Furthermore, if Customs found more than $10k in undeclared currency, they'd want to see you to arrest you, not to give it to you. On the other hand, I'm clearly trustworthy because every former ruler's relatives want me to accept their millions of ill-gotten gains as their trustee. That makes me feel good.
  3. Tar is also used as a hoof sealant for hoofs that have cracked. I believe it was pretty commonly used as a moisture repellent for ill-fitting horseshoes as well.
  4. My brother-in-law (retired police chief) suggested 2 ways to win this show: 1. Go DEEP into the woods and live there. Don't tell anywhere where you're going. Leave clues in the house directing the hunters to complete strangers. Come out on the 29th day. 2. Go aboard a sailboat stocked with enough provisions to last 28 days, and begin sailing.
  5. Up in the Pocono mountains, a big crock pot of perogies with sauted butter and onions, or deep friend perogies, is going to make you the appetizer king. My favorite app to make and bring is tiny cheesecakes. They're a cupcake liner, with a Nilla Vanilla wafer in the bottom, and cheesecake on top. You cook them like a regular cheesecake, but it doesn't take an hour to make them. I top them with a spoonful of whatever fruit or jam I have in the refrigerator. They are super easy, but people think I slaved over them.
  6. I'm laughing hysterically at some of these people. The couple (him 6'8" tall and her former Miss SC) who used an ATM at a bus station and then bought bus tickets (caught walking off the bus). The people who went to their best friend's house after hiding for a week (caught when they went to a beauty salon to "clean up" after camping).The couple who hid in the swamp for 2 weeks, then emerged and went to a friend's house, panicked when the hunters showed up looking for them and left the safety of the house to flee into a field with little cover and were caught. The tech guys who left behind a lap
  7. When was the last time you had a new battery? I had a similar issue when I had a combination of weak alternator and a weak battery. I knew something was wrong when I was driving down the street, with the engine near idle, and the tach suddenly shot up to 6k rpms, dash lights started blinking, and the radio suddenly changing channels. After I pulled into the pizza shop and got my pizza, the car was dead. The shop owner gave me a jump and I got it back home. The next morning, I put in a new battery and the car was fine, for about a week, and then it wouldn't start. Charged the battery and took i
  8. The article says the order that those people on social security who have a designated person to handle their financial affairs would lose the ability to buy a gun is the one on the chopping block. Personally, I'd like to see universal carry and a change to allow suppressors without the background check and tax stamp.
  9. I think I've been asked once in the last 20 years if someone could shovel my snow, and that was by an adult. The kids look at the size of my driveway and just keep walking. There's a neighbor whose teenage grandson plows the driveway and shovels the walk. I hired him last year and again this year. He does a pretty good job and isn't expensive at all.
  10. They may be on their way to a spray paint factory. A marble moving around is the noise you hear when you shake the can.
  11. Clearly, not a single one of you has understood what I had posted when I asked for a value proposition for why someone who doesn't shoot at a state or national level should join the organization? You're all hyped up on "What's in it for me?", which is a MIS-QUOTE from Lunger. The actual quote was "what being a member really provides me?". There's a huge difference between the two. My question is the one that SASS needs to address to get new members. Lunger's question is, well, just insulting. Why should someone join the organization is the key issue here. If you're competitive, you have an
  12. <sarcasm on> You're actually correct. I SHOULD "freegraze" on the forum. It's out here for all to see, and my annual membership dues don't amount to a hill of beans. In fact, EVERY annual member who doesn't shoot at the state or national level should drop their membership and "freegraze". Allie Mo (who has "liked" your post) apparently even supports that! Great Idea! Lunger, you're a genius! SASS will prosper on the dues paid by the lifetime members and the few hundred annual members who compete at the state and national level. Oops... No, scratch that. As Misty stated, no ongoing reve
  13. Laugh as you may about unlimited ice for your scotch, when that 100+ mile long chunk of ice falls into the water, there will be a wave generated. Depending upon the direction of the fall, it could generate a 30, 40, or even 100 foot high wave in some locations.
  14. I'm an annual member. For me, the issue isn't the price of the dues, but what being a member really provides me? I tell people that you can time me with an egg timer. I'm not competitive. I don't go to state or national shoots. I enjoyed the monthly paper Cowboy Chronicle, but the slick Quarterly publication seems to be nothing more than competition results, dress up contests, and people-out-west (which is the only thing I actually read). I considered the monthly publication most of the cost of my annual dues. I don't have the SASS gunfighter emblem on my car, or my SASS number tat
  15. I always wondered about the signs that said "Speed controlled by radar". How could I be speeding if my speed is controlled by radar? I suspect the proper would should have been "enforced", not "controlled".
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