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Everything Else / Re: Where's the Beef??
« Last post by crzyjarmans on June 23, 2018, 08:17:34 AM »
He may not be the silver tongue devil like a career politician, but heís (in my opinion) doing a great job!
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Everything Else / Where's the Beef??
« Last post by Taurian on June 23, 2018, 03:19:19 AM »
While I don't always agree with what the POTUS says or does, this warms the cockles of my heart.

https://constitution.com/trump-takes-away-congress-annual-ribeye-picnic-sends-steaks-to/
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Everything Else / Re: Traveling Again
« Last post by LEJoe on June 22, 2018, 06:57:58 PM »
Have fun brother! Sounds like you will have enough fire power! Love it!
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Everything Else / Re: Traveling Again
« Last post by M1911A1 on June 20, 2018, 02:17:46 PM »
Have a wonderful time, Roger.
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Everything Else / Traveling Again
« Last post by pop pop on June 20, 2018, 05:31:55 AM »
My Sweetie, and 3 of our 6 grandchildren, just traveled from Mid TN to Aberdeen Ohio on a camping outing in our RV. We went to see Maysville KY, The Noah's Ark Experience, and The Creation Museum which is just south of Cincinnati. Our 3 grandchildren, twins 14 (boy and girl) and grandson 25 (Downs Syndrome) enjoyed the trip. Cody stays with us a lot at night because he needs constant care. I will say, Cody has brought a lot of happiness to our family as he is a total gentle soul.


Another daughter, her and her husband liven in Charleston S C, called last evening, and told us her 9 year old son (Parker) is playing in an all-stars baseball tournament, being held in Augusta GA, this weekend. We decided to travel down, on Thursday, and surprise him and his sister Chloe (age 6). We don't get to see them often, but do want to enjoy them while we can. I called our three grandchildren that live nearby, and they are in also.


At 70 I am enjoying life and do enjoy traveling and exploring other places. I am thankful, to our Father, that I am still able to do this. It truly is great to be living in the USA and to possess the health and wealth to be able to enjoy our grandkids, in this manner.


I will be taking my 7 shot revolver in my pocket, my MP 2.0 in my console, and a 642 in my 5th wheel RV for protection. My wife will have her Ruger LCR in her purse for back up. All will end up in the RV, with us at night. I have a gun safe mounted in the RV for when we leave any of them. We sleep well, me with one eye open, so to speek.


Our travels will soon be put on hold as my wife is going to keep her sister, in our home, as she recovers from hip surgery on July 2, and goes through physicaal therapy for the next 2 months. The same Dr that did my recent knee surgery, is going to be doing the hip replacement on sweetie's sister. He is our brother in Christ, and doing the surgery as a favor to us. My sister in law lives in Memphis.

I will see the DR in July to see about my right knee replacement(hopefully in November). My left one is coming along nicely, as I am almost now 4 months out from surgery on it. It is still a little stiff but improving daily. I am back to lifting weights at our local sports com when I am home, it is still taking time to get it to extend fully.

Having fun in Mid TN. Hope you all are enjoying the summer as well.

Pop Pop
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Everything Else / How are Those Strict...
« Last post by Taurian on June 17, 2018, 08:04:57 AM »
Gun Control Laws Working? Apparently, not so good.

https://www.westernjournal.com/new-jersey-governor-signs-6-gun-control-laws-tightening-already-strict-regs/?ff_source=Email&ff_medium=WJBreaking&ff_campaign=breaking&ff_content=western-journal

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5853335/1-dead-injured-Trenton-cultural-event-shooting.html

Obviously, this is false news with the State of New Jersey being so strict that even bringing a firearm into the state while having a layover when traveling will get you arrested. </sarc>

I think that one thing to agree on is the need to stop shooting events like this, or at least have the security on hand to help stop them, which means having armed, licensed and trained, citizens among the crowd that are willing to go into harms way.

There is simply too much stupid going around.

A few days ago there was a shooting in a Georgia Kroger parking lot.  Kroger and its property, of course, is a 'safe zone.'

Of course, those who make the decisions to eradicate the 2nd Amendment seem to have all of the armed security they can have.

This example of an armed citizen putting a stop to such actions is why we are needed: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5855083/Multiple-injures-shooting-Walmart-Cops-declare-mass-casualty-event-busy-grocery-store.html
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Citizens Defense - The Second Amendment in Action! / Re: Thank Hornady!
« Last post by crzyjarmans on June 16, 2018, 03:32:39 PM »
They have my appreciation!
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Gun free zones work! Thatís why every time you hear of a shooting at one of these places, itís got to be fake news, OR! Gun free zones only help the deranged and need to be outlawed and allow good law abiding citizens to defend themselves
So libtards! Ether admit these shooting have been fabricated or admit gun free zones donít work!
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Good stuff Gary, thank you!
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