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  1. I had a self driving Mustang once , Nice 5 year old Gelding out riding fences he knew the way .
  2. Two ways to look at this. First this is the goal of these protests to create chaos , Socialism 101 destroy from inside. Second , While yes its their right to protest "peacefully " way overdo an not enough let me know when we are actively engaging in red dots on fore heads and filling that "Causality list" without us going to jail
  3. Same as seat belt "laws" Now I agree they help got it not arguing that . But having a law that says what you have to do in your property is well BS. Yes I also know that it was all a Extortion of Federal gov over states the receive federal money for roads . Big Push here by LEO to enforce that Seat belt "Law" lately again, but we have zero helmet laws LOL why because all for the all mighty dollar not about safety its about money
  4. Well RIP Lunatic from Hell He passed away from Colic
  5. Must have been a bunch of boots that they tested , Way above average
  6. Very Cool solemn place to visit . Went with Jack Lucas, Cpl Gene Gustad ,R Lee Ermey ,Code talker, and LGEN Snowden (Snowden was a company commander with the 23rd Marines during the capture of Roi-Namur during the Battle of Kwajalein, the capture of Saipan and the capture of Tinian. During the assault on Iwo Jima)
  7. Funny what people will do in the name of a God of a book written by men isn't it
  8. Even this statement is wrong Tobacco and tobacco-related products have a long history that stretches back to 6,000 BC. The plant today known as tobacco, or Nicotiana tabacum, is a member of the nicotiana genus
  9. Prohibitions: In Islam, everything considered harmful either to the body, mind, soul or society is prohibited (haram), while whatever is beneficial is permissible (halal). Islam prohibits Muslims from consuming pork, alcohol or mind-altering drugs Know thy enemy
  10. Combat Patch - participation award for deploying with unit, may be a Fobbit and never leave the FOB and see combat While the CIB is awarded to infantry soldiers for participation in ground combat, The EIB is presented for completion of a course of testing. To be awarded the EIB, the soldier must complete a number of prerequisites and pass a battery of graded tests on basic infantry skills. (Combat not required) And Yes you can be awarded the CIB with out "testing" as well combat dont care how well you tested with a bore sight Then you have the CAB Combat Action Badge used for non Infantry MOS's that actually see combat fire
  11. Ohh I wanna guess I say Bud K and no I dont get their crap lol
  12. I am still waiting on that winter of death I was promised years ago and has not occurred.
  13. We have a couple ranchers up this way because well we get alot of windy days , they wont hire a cowboy wearing a straw hat because they will spend the day chasing that hat all over instead of getting done what needs to get done .
  14. Why, most real cowboys up here wear felt year around
  15. MUSEUM MONDAY - ARTIFACT HIGHLIGHT - QUILTED GRAPESHOT During the Revolutionary War, Army cannoneers used a devastating type of ammunition, called grapeshot, to cut through lines of advancing infantry. It was made of a wooden base, called a sabot, a wooden rod, and a canvas bag filled with iron balls fixed around these wooden parts. Twine was tied around the outside to help the projectile keep its shape. It was coated with red oxide paint to prevent the shot from rusting. The finished product loosely resembled a bunch of grapes covered by a quilt, giving the projectile its name. When fired from a cannon, the bag and wooden parts would be blown apart and exit the cannon with the iron balls in a cone of destruction much like the blast of an oversized shotgun. The effective range of grapeshot was around 300 yards
  16. Actually no it’s not came from an official Navy social media post . And let’s just say even the Marines are roasting them for it .
  17. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California has announced that it will increase rates and property taxes throughout the region over the next two years as the state grapples with fundamental changes to its water supply and usage. District leaders said the increases are necessary to cover the costs of importing and treating water, as well as finance climate change adaptations to infrastructure and make up for declines in revenue due to widespread conservation efforts The district’s 38-member board voted Tuesday to raise water rates 8.5% in 2025 and an additional 8.5% in 2026. This will increase costs for 26 cities and retail suppliers that receive imported water delivered by the MWD. The budget adopted by the board also calls for doubling the MWD’s property tax assessment in its six-county area — the first such increase to its ad valorem tax rate in over 30 years. MWD will hike water rates and taxes to cover rising costs and conservation efforts (msn.com)
  18. Better than Peed on , unless you two are into that? If that's the case we don't want to know what what you are doing with the lights off
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