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Maddog McCoy SASS #5672

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About Maddog McCoy SASS #5672

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    Fairfield, Illinois

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  1. Soon to be a recipient of a Darwin Award. Appears to have the hammer back, magazine the gun and safety off. The stupid is strong in this one.
  2. I don't watch professional sports sports other than profession wrestling with my kid when he is around. Therefore I don't give a crap about those overpaid loud mouths and their stupidity. This was not a paid political announcement and your tax dollars were not misused here. (However, if you feel the need to contribute money, feel free to send it to me so I can buy more guns and ammo)
  3. The first house I remember was in town and we moved out when i was about 3 1/2 years old. I drove by it a couple weeks ago and it is still there. My parents bought 40 acres next to my grandparent's farm and built a house in 1965. I grew up there and it burned to the ground and we lost everything in May 1984. All my stuff was there as I had not moved out and was on a company trip when it burned. They build a new house on the same basement floor and made it bigger and a similar house plan, it is close to the old one but it is not the same. My grandparents bought their farm when Grandpa got home from Germany at the end of WWII in 1947. The house was built in the 1920's and I currently live in it. I have been doing upgrades all summer while I have been off work. Nice old 2 story farm house, but more house than I need as a single guy. I do like it here.
  4. Good job on the weight loss. When I got laid off work at the start of the virus on the April 1st, I was at 316 lbs. I weighed in at 278 lbs yesterday. It kinda bounces up and down but is slowly trending down. My goal is around 160 lbs-180 lbs, but I have not been there since about 1986 when I got married. I was 138 lbs when I graduated high school in 1980.
  5. So, leaving your cat outside to hunt mice is banned also and you could be fined? I have not seen any mice since my brother brought me a cat and it took up residence in the barn.
  6. If he is lucky, he may die with a smile on his face for trying.
  7. I needed a good laugh. That is the funniest thing I have saw it a while. I also watched his video on his thoughts and Version 2.0 of the video. If all campaigns were like this instead of mudslinging and other crap, it would be something most of us would not mind watching. I remember when YCMA came out and all of us that grew in the 70's and 80's knew the words and how to dance to it. I don't really think anybody ever gave much thought about the band that did it. ( The Village People)It was a fun song. Anybody ever watch Down Periscope? http://chris4copeland.blogspot.com/2017/03/monday-music-spot-village-people-in.html
  8. I don't get a flu shot. I have never taken it to my knowledge. I figure I would rather take my changes than take it and have it almost kill me. The last one my older sister got made her sick for weeks and she end up in the Mayo Clinic in Minneapolis, MN in bad shape from the side effects and they liked to never got her straightened out and she came too close for comfort of not getting back home. If they come up with a vaccine, I might be in the back of the line or at least see what happens to the first million or so that take it. Then I will check with the doc as he is not a big pill and shot pusher like several I have had in the past. Hopefully, there will be a good outcome down the road from this mess.
  9. Ned, I am 70 miles north east of Pinckneyville (more east than north) and 110 miles NE of Grand Chain.
  10. If I was like them, I would have never posted this and sent the ballot in to be counted. I wonder how many more are out there floating around that will get sent in. It just showed to me mail-in-voting is not a good idea. I know I will go and vote about a week before the election at the courthouse in person just like last time as I knew I would be out of town on election day. it only took 5 minute and they were open Monday thru Saturday to vote. A complete lack of scruples? Well, not quite. It was the temptation that I had to resist, and just because I could send it in to be counted that I would or should send it back to be counted. I destroyed it, I usually do the right thing, but temptation is everywhere. Anything good in life is either illegal, immoral or fattening. I avoid doing the illegal stuff, my morals could use some help most of the time, and I have lost 30 lbs since the beginning of March and only have 100 lbs more to real my goal.
  11. Legal does not much to do with what a lot of people are doing right now. Have you been following the news? She is buried here in Southern Illinois, we would have never done that to her. Grandpa is next to her, WWII Vet, served in the army in Germany in 1945-1947, crossed the ocean in a Liberty ship and after the fighting stopped, they asked him to go fight in the Pacific. Fortunately, he was able to decline to assignment and was part of the occupational forces and came home in 1947. I burned it with the rest of the old bills and trash today, but I was temped to mail it for her.
  12. My grandmother died at the age of 103.5 about 2 years ago, She would have been 105 in August. About 3 weeks ago, I got her Mail-in-Ballot application for the general election this fall. She always voted and use to work at the local precinct to help with the voting for years. She still had active voter registration. Last week, the census people showed up at Mom and Dad's house to inquire why they did not get her census form. I guess they came to here (I live in her farmhouse) and I was not here and there is a note on the front door to take packages from UPS that need signatures to their house for delivery if nobody is here. I live on the north side of the farm and they live on the south side of the farm. Dad called me and asked me if i had sent mine in and they were surprised at the reason she had not sent hers in. Since I live in Illinois,I wonder if I should go ahead an mail the ballot in for her. There is no question about how she would vote and lots of people in cemeteries vote in Illinois. Chicago is 350 miles north of here so I wonder if anybody would notice that she voted? She would vote for the same person she voted for in the last election so it might get noticed since it is the wrong side for most people in cemeteries in Illinois. What do you all think?
  13. Take a prepaid envelope and attach it to a brick and mail it. They will get it with postage due on it. If you mail a brick with a first class stamp, the receiver get it with postage due. If the envelope guarantees postage, send 2 bricks and the charge goes right against their account. Of course, I don't know anybody that would do these such things.
  14. My take on this is most of us would defend our homes and property in any means necessary and would help our friends as needed. My son lives in the Chicago area (Plainfield near Joliet) and I told him to stay home and away from any areas where there is trouble brewing. The kid sounds in the interview he was there just to help if needed, but now he will have to deal with this forever. If somebody was chasing me and I fell, I believe I would have done the same thing as he was probably in survival mode and only interested in getting away safely. On a personal note, this crap needs to end and I really don't care how they do it. In 1968, Mayor Daily ended the riots, maybe if somebody would take a stand like he did, this would be over. I goggled how he did it and got this information. If I knew I would be shot or killed for rioting, I think I would stay home. Mayor Richard J. Daley gave police the authority "to shoot to kill any arsonist or anyone with a Molotov cocktail in his hand ... and ... to shoot to maim or cripple anyone looting any stores in our city." Methods: Rioting, race riots, protests, looting, a... Caused by: Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Date: April 5, 1968 – April 7, 1968 Death(s): 11
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