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  1. wolkenkraetzer
    05-26-2016 12:05 PM
    wolkenkraetzer commented on What's your worst nightmare?
    ...and having the cabin next to the loudest family aboard...
  2. Sarea
    05-26-2016 07:05 AM
    Sarea commented on What would make you really hate someone?
    I can't stand dirty bathrooms too.
  3. Amore
    05-22-2016 04:21 PM
    Amore commented on Your Favorite Classical Piece
    Nice!
  4. ENFPEACE
    05-13-2016 06:03 PM
    ENFPEACE
    I like the first one most. It's beautifully filmed and hypnotic with lots of soft focus scenes. When the hero's killed and the bed's upwardly regurgitating his blood and guts, I found that to be euphoric for some reason, lmao. The 2nd one's very funny and typical illustration where horrible dialogue and acting works; the third's pretty good too. The fourth was the last one I saw. It talks about Freddy's mother from what I recall and wasn't it a 3D movie?
  5. eagleseven
    05-12-2016 11:19 AM
    eagleseven
    I've got a Desantis for my snubbie, don't know they made em for full-size too! I ordered this guy:

    Click the image to open in full size.
  6. eagleseven
    05-12-2016 05:24 AM
    eagleseven
    Technology is great, isn't it?

    Just ordered a Galco IWB holster and some snaps caps! Don't plan to carry this all the time, especially in summer (still have my snub for that), but I'd like the option if I'm feeling up for it.
  7. eagleseven
    05-11-2016 04:59 PM
    eagleseven
    I'll look into it: currently have a pair of bulky headphones that reduces sound by 25db, which I double-up with 20db earplugs for indoor ranges. But I can't hear anyone unless they're yelling at my ear!

    As much as I want to take this to the range ASAP, I really ought to wait until the etoposide wears off, as loud noises+ etoposide can kill my ear nerves. Just hearing a door slam is too much for me this week.
  8. TzarAlexander
    That sounds pretty frustrating. Would clients just stop showing up to scheduled training times?
  9. Underachiever
    05-04-2016 07:17 AM
    Underachiever
    Ohh, yeah. I wouldn't touch a V8 ZJ or a WJ with a ten foot pole, if I was paying for it.
    I prefer XJs or any iteration of Wrangler/CJ.

    I like, and mostly work on, Fords -- so I agree with you on Fords. With the exception of the stupid 4.0 SOHC engine that has 3 timing chains, including one on the back. And an iron block and aluminum heads, and a plastic intake manifold. Yay warp-age. And a transmission that needs to be pumped full. And an oil filter in the worst possible place, lol.
  10. Underachiever
    05-04-2016 05:52 AM
    Underachiever commented on What New Car to Buy? (Small SUV)
    This post gives me pause, as I love Jeeps and can't agree with the criticism of them, but I also love Fords, so I'd second the idea of ranking them first. Haha... But, I love Jeeps until the end of the 4.0. Everything after that was downhill. A Jeep should be simple and slow and bulletproof. >.>
  11. AlbanyDude
    04-29-2016 11:46 AM
    AlbanyDude
    "Excuse me while I whip this out..."

    :P
  12. eagleseven
    04-29-2016 09:32 AM
    eagleseven commented on Fuck this Shit!
    Thank you
  13. 24kilo
    04-28-2016 01:26 PM
    24kilo
    Yup, correct.
    11yrs military and growing up with guns , Hell my first real gun was given to me on my 10th birthday. I live in the central U.S guns are second nature.
  14. 24kilo
    04-28-2016 10:35 AM
    24kilo
    Also, They must think I'm the devil incarnate seeing I can train people to use such vial instruments.
  15. 24kilo
    04-28-2016 10:32 AM
    24kilo
    Lol nice clip. Both look to be venomous. I'm not going to grace them with another post. Let them think they have the last word, Logic is logic.
  16. 24kilo
    04-28-2016 10:00 AM
    24kilo
    Thanks ,the last point "pot" made was way out in left field. I think I'll let it be.
  17. PunkinA
    04-28-2016 07:46 AM
    PunkinA
    I especially agree about the thinking before you pull a weapon. I also believe a good moral for survival is to to continue to think the whole time one is operating a weapon.

    Draw and shoot first seems like a miserable strategy. Draw, take aim, then fire, seems like the advisable course of action. Context is, "Slow is smooth; smooth is fast."

    Again, I don't own a weapon, but I prefer to be around people who know how to use one.
  18. eagleseven
    04-27-2016 01:54 PM
    eagleseven
    I had a few gun threads, years ago. Got a Ruger LCR, GP-100, .22 pistol and rifle, 12 Gauge Mossberg, 1938 Soviet Mosin, WW1 Colt, a Cz-75, and a custom Saiga AK in 7.56x39. Along with several thousand rounds of ammo.

    But that's all in the family vault, and I don't really want to have my nice guns in this shitty neighborhood. I'll probably pick up an old revolver, or maybe a Makarov PM, for apartment defense.
  19. Warrior
    04-27-2016 01:02 PM
    Warrior
    Thanks. That's much the same as it is here. I didn't think about Disney, but I doubt I will be there very much when I am in the state. Good to know.
  20. ENFPEACE
    04-27-2016 12:04 PM
    ENFPEACE
    No problem bud (anything goes in my OCs), I think if I find myself in that situation, I'd probably go with it.

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