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Father Kit Cool Gun Garth

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  1. Because this video picture is so large, Before viewing on a computer, enlarge the video to full screen hitting the following icon.... If viewing on a phone, image should be the right size. x4qFp1B.mp4
  2. @Forty Rod SASS 3935, Had to look that one up.
  3. Try it next time and let me know if this tutorial was helpful. You can even go back to an old post and do the same thing.
  4. My wife wants to see the movie even though she is not a cat person. Never seen the Broadway version so we're unbiased at the moment. Here in the SALOON, @Nimble Fingers SASS# 25439 you will learn that each of us has our own likes and dislikes. But as Cowboys and Cowgirls, we know that deep down inside, we ALL have a small spot in our hearts for felines. History has shown this to be true. DISCLAIMER: My apologies for the gratuitous video which has been presented on the WIRE many times.
  5. Yesterday I placed my shotgun on the front porch, gave it six shells, and noticing it had no legs, placed it in a wheelchair to help it get around. While I was gone, the mailman delivered my mail, the boy across the street mowed my lawn, a girl walked her dog down the street, and quite a few cars stopped at the stop sign near my house. After 10 hours, I checked on the shotgun. It had not rolled outside and it had not killed anyone in spite of the many opportunities that had been presented. Can you imagine how surprised I was with all the hype about how dangerous guns are and how they kill people? Either the killing is by people misusing guns, or I’m in possession of the laziest gun in the world. So now I’m off to check on my spoons, because I hear they make people fat. Donald K. Martin, Windsor Locks
  6. cab9379 is logged on as a Guest. Most likely, the 9379 has nothing to do with his SASS number, just a part of his Alias.
  7. Not as long as you think. You see....those pesky aliens just use a large rubber stamp.
  8. @Outlaw Gambler, Although your answer was appropriately provided by Tyrel, this might be a good time to remind our readers that the can be a good source of information for those pesky issues you seek answers to. Case in point: Know that in any event, we're all here to help navigate our ever-changing WIRE.
  9. Dang them silly aliens messing with us again! I hear they eventually found the one that did these. Unfortunately it may have been too much for him in the end.
  10. The Post by Trigger Mike got me thinking about some of the stupid things I did as a child growing up. Don't get me wrong, they seem stupid now that we're adults; however, they actually could be considered learning by experience lessons. Mike's Thread revolved around electricity, but this one is open to any event that you can recall where you learned a valuable lesson. I'm sure there are many and not just one, so to start: When I was 13 years old, I wanted to fix breakfast for myself. Pancakes were the order of the day. I need syrup and as we did not yet own a microwave, everything got heated on the stove or oven. I took the glass syrup container out of the refrigerator and placed it on the back eye of the electric stove and turn it on. Continuing with the other breakfast preparations, I soon heard a distinctive "pop". I tried to figure out what made the noise, and nothing on the stove initially appeared to be wrong so I finished my plate of food. Reaching for the container of syrup, I grabbed the handle and lo and behold, only the top part of the container came up releasing itself from the cylindrical circle of cracked glass that previously went unnoticed, and a load of syrup started oozing down the eye of the stove like lava from an erupting volcano and into the drip pan, eventually making its way into the oven. Needless to say I got in real trouble when my mom had to clean the dry, sticky mess from the oven. Lesson: Cold glass will crack when placed on a hot stove.
  11. Well that's the big question. A 90-year old William H. Roberts had started writing his autobiography, and although I've only just begun reading it, so far he had the scars and physical appearance of the 18-year old and had the ability to recall time frames and events, etc. that one could conclude only Billy the Kid would know. As for the Pat Garrett scenario, there appears to be extensive issues of his self-promotion, cover-up of who he actually shot and as always some government corruption thrown in the mix. Haven't gotten to those details as yet. That's what makes this an interesting read.
  12. Outlaw, Tyrel got your answer. The empty box is merely a comment box (although it doesn't indicate it). Most of us are skeptical of hitting a "Checkout" button if we aren't sure of what we're buying. The screen shot Tyrel is alluding to appears as follows:
  13. Always have time for healing prayers. She is under the watchful eye of our Lord!
  14. Guess, it's time to revive that dead horse so we can beat it again......
  15. In Spain, the El Gordo lottery recently had a prize pot of $2.64 billion (euros). This female news reporter thought she had won the whole thing, when in reality, she only won $4 million, which she would have to share with others, netting her a meager $4,000. Worst yet, while still on the air, she went over the top, claiming she was quitting her job.
  16. And, unlike the Y2K fiasco, we'll have a couple of famous dates to look forward to.... 02.02.2020 02.20.2020
  17. The premise is that Pat Garrett never shot and killed Billy the Kid. The "Kid" disappeared until around 1948 when he met with an attorney and returned to New Mexico to get the pardon he was originally promised.
  18. Hey, @Tennessee williams, Never took them down from 1988!
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