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  1. 30 minutes into the archery season and I put my bull down. A spike. Was able to get to him with the F250 and winch it into the back......whole, minus the guts. A couple hours later he was hanging, skinned, in my shop. That's 21 with a bow now.
    20 points
  2. I couldn’t resist though. The Internet hasn’t helped my impulse control problem as much as I would have liked.
    14 points
  3. I got banned over there as well, many moons ago, because I corrected one of the mods all the time when he gave bad reloading advice. One day he listed all the presses and gear he was using to make a point for his superior knowledge. When I posted a photo of my lab grade certified reloading scale, being worth more than all his reloading gear together, he not only banned me from posting, he purged every single post I had ever written.
    12 points
  4. I just got off the phone with my friend and colleague. She is spouting off the msm line. Called ivermectin horse dewormer. I told he I just had horse food this morning for breakfast, oats. Then she told me her friend had ketamine treatment for ptsd/depression, and I said, “Oh, you mean horse tranquilizer?”. I may have to write her off.
    11 points
  5. Funny that police step in when Antifa is getting the worse of the battle but seemingly not when they are winning.
    11 points
  6. How cool is this...
    11 points
  7. I was at the VA hospital today waiting for an appointment. As I sat there, a couple of nurses pushed a gurney past with a body on it, wrapped in a sheet. I don't know who he was, but if he was there, he was a veteran. If you are a praying type, maybe say a prayer tonight for an anonymous vet. RIP.
    11 points
  8. A Simple Thought or Reflection. Twenty Years Ago Today, we watched as First Responders Raced into Two Burning Towers, Most Knowing it was to their Deaths. They did it because of a Calling to Help People and be of Service, and because of Brotherhood to each other. because of a Calling they shared they stood tall in an Inferno side by side to the End. and those that Survived Fought to find the Bodies for Months. We tend to Forget they Saved many more then they lost and Showed what Everyday Heroism looks like. we were United much more then Divided and resolute on the way Forward. That`s all, Nothing more than a Reflection. they were`nt Running away, or Leaving Fellow Americans to Fend for Themselves. May God Bless Them All. and they Rest In Peace.
    10 points
  9. I have suffered from a hietal hernia and acid reflux for about twenty years now. The VA has approached the issue with their usual efficiency and I've suffered quite a bit from the systems. I take Protonix now, but still have to take take Maalox as well, to get to sleep. Until last week. Someone I know recommended an herbal tea to me. I'm really not one who lends a lot of credence to such things, but she caught me at a week moment, so I bought some. The product was a tea made from root of licorice. First of all, I hate licorice candy and other licorice flavored things, but that isn't what this stuff tastes like. There is a hint of a pleasant earthiness and then a sweet note. It is an unusual flavor, but not at all unpleasant. More importantly, my esophageal discomfort was gone in a matter of minutes and it stayed that way for hours. I've had a cup of this stuff every night at bedtime for a week and I haven't had a drop of Maalox since. This product has had a profound impact on my condition and I wanted to share it with you all. I've done a bit of reading about it. This product acts to coat the stomach and esophagus, creating a protective layer, so it can heal. It promotes a healthier layer of mucus lining to do the same thing. It has been known to drastically reduce the number of h pylori bacteria found in the stomach, which is a bacteria that causes ulcers. Apparently, licorice has been used for thousands of years, for digestive issues. There is bad to go with the good. Too much of the a compound found in licorice (glycyrrhizin), can cause problems. It can deplete potassium, cause a buildup of calcium and it can interfere with the function of a number of prescription meds, like some cholesterol meds and some blood pressure meds. I talked to me doctor and she said the real danger can come from interaction with some heart meds, so if you take heart meds, talk to you doctor before trying. The people I've read about that got too much licorice in their systems were eating a lot of licorice candy, not drinking a cup of tea. I did talk to my doc before I tried this stuff. I had a couple of risk factors that I wanted to address. She gave me a couple of things to watch out for and then told me to take it if it helps. It is inexpensive and it has helped me a lot. Also, there is a version of the root extract where they have removed almost all the glycyrrhizin that causes the problems. This product is called DGL. I have personally found that it is not quite as effective, but it still helps, with far fewer risks of side effects. It can generally be found as a chewable tablet. Anyway, if you have suffered from esophageal pain and heart burn the way I have, it would be worth your while to look into this. Once again, the tea is Licorice Root Tea and the pills are DGL. Keep in mind that if you make the tea, it has to steep for ten to fifteen minutes. I wish someone had told me about this stuff twenty years ago. It doesn't just provide relief, it aids in healing. Just keep in mind that there are dozen amounts and lengths of time that you need to concern yourself with. Do some reading. I hope this helps someone out there. It has sure helped me. Take all of this for what it's worth. I am not a doctor. I'm just relating my experiences. This is the stuff I am taking. This isn't a shill post. Just me trying to help others.
    10 points
  10. People People driving People talking Basically people
    10 points
  11. I don’t know if it is real, but it is really apt.
    10 points
  12. What do y’all think of my new profile background pic?
    10 points
  13. I just got a call and the gal on the line asks "Hello. Am I speaking with Gwalchmai Munn?" I said "Who inna hell wants to know?" Turns out she was a CS rep from a company I deal with, and that I like, but great googley, don't the teach these kids how to make a call? The proper way is "Hello, this is Mona Lisa Vito from Vito's Garage calling for Mr. Munn. Is he available?" And the last part can be done coyly for best effect.
    9 points
  14. I need a break and will be gone for a while. Mentioned this a couple times in the past, I just suck up too many bad news, mainly political issues, and I simply can't deal with it in a controlled manner. Every time I read a thread on some bullshit the Dems are starting again, I read up on everything I can find online, become extremely irritated, and since I can't change any of that, I feel cornered, write hateful posts myself, and the day is ruined. And it all starts over on the next day. Obviously I can't tell others what to write, even though I kinda tried, so I have to remove myself from the sources of those constant bad news. I'm also cutting the line to my trading chat, which is also full with political issues, as well as the internet altogether. Sick and tired of being connected to so much negativity. I'll be spending much more time in my yard, working on the camper conversion, going to the beaches, watching 80s movies, doing trips within the state, and other projects. Positive projects where I can create something with my hands, instead of filling my mind with more bullshit. I'll be back one day, but for now I need a lasting break. Just wanted to let you guys know and not just disappear. PS: Always be the guard of your mind.
    9 points
  15. Some of you may have seen me post here, or on facebook, about a dream of mine, to own a chunk of land in the mountains, called Kenville. Basically, a MYOFB, leave me TF alone, homestead on some acreage out West. Well, I'm proud to announce that it is officially in the works. I have signed a contract on 35 +/- acres in Central Colorado. The down-payment is ready to transfer to the bank. Credit score and work history not concerns. Closing October 8. The appraisal is in a couple weeks, and I am pretty sure it'll come in favorably compared to the selling price. It is already half fenced, so I only have to fence about 3500' of barb wire, then it's good for livestock. Electricity is on property. Both side neighbors have GOOD wells. No mineral or oil rights underneath. Plans are for Fence. Barn. Well. House. Will look further into sustainable stuff from there, but you can irrigate an acre on a residential well. A couple nice building sites, one of which is not visible from the dirt road. One perk- it has a view of the west slope of Pike's Peak in the distance. The mountain turns RIDICULOUS colors during sunset. The nearby Sangre de Cristo mountain views are awe-inspiring. Also plenty of room for at least a 300m range. Literally watching a decade of dreams and plans begin to unfold before my eyes, guys. So. What would YOU do, with a blank slate and a LMTFA mindset? Greenhouse? Solar vs. wind vs. propane backup? Trout Pond? Hit me with some wild ideas, please.
    9 points
  16. Painted the house. Going to take the rest of the weekend off.
    9 points
  17. To truly understand who the Taliban are, and the slaughter, torture, rape and perversion they are about to unleash, watch 2007's The Kite Runner. We need to get our people out of there, using whatever military force is required. I recommend an Airborne assault in Division strength to retake Bagram Air Base, landing of tanks and APC's to support evacuation operations. Huge drone and gunship forces. Then once we are out, bomb the palace, and all government centers, military facilities, vehicles and equipment we can locate. Biden should be impeached for incompetence. Fire the senior military leadership who had anything to do with this debacle, down to the O7 level. Evil walks the earth in Afghanistan, and our national leadership's stupidity and dereliction of duty has just empowered it and armed it to the teeth.
    9 points
  18. Long ago I was visited by a company rep, who told me that as a new homeowner with a family, I had a responsibility to my family to provide for their security in case of fire. He said that he offered me and my family fire security. A fire alarm that was a self contained bell alarm that was triggered by the heat of the fire. (a bell and spring with a woods metal trigger) and he could supply these to me for only $300 each. I told him to pound sand! He was irate and asked me what other cheaper positive alarm system I could install for less! I told him, I would put firecrackers on top of all my window jams!
    9 points
  19. -- But sometimes you have to laugh just to keep from crying.. The coach had put together the perfect team for the Chicago Bears. The only thing that was missing was a good quarterback. He had scouted all the colleges and even the Canadian and European Leagues, but he couldn't find a ringer who could ensure a Super Bowl win. Then one night while watching CNN he saw a war-zone scene in Afghanistan . In one corner of the background, he spotted a young Afghan Muslim soldier with a truly incredible arm. He threw a hand-grenade straight into a 15th story window 100 yards away. KABOOM! He threw another hand-grenade 75 yards away, right into a chimney. KA-BLOOEY! Then he threw another at a passing car going 90 mph. BULLS-EYE! "I've got to get this guy!" Coach said to himself. "He has the perfect arm!" So, he brings him to the States and teaches him the great game of football. And the Bears go on to win the Super Bowl. The young Afghan is hailed as the great hero of football, and when the coach asks him what he wants, all the young man wants is to call his mother. "Mom," he says into the phone, "I just won the Super Bowl!" "I don't want to talk to you, the old Muslim woman says."You are not my son!" "I don't think you understand, Mother," the young man pleads. "I've won the greatest sporting event in the world. I'm here among thousands of my adoring fans." "No! Let me tell you!" his mother retorts. "At this very moment, there are gunshots all around us. The neighborhood is a pile of rubble. Your two brothers were beaten within an inch of their lives last week, and I have to keep your sister in the house so she doesn't get raped!" The old lady pauses, and then tearfully says, "I will never forgive you for making us move to Chicago !!!!
    9 points
  20. Rule #303: Never assume things can't get any worse.
    9 points
  21. I hit the local classified ads looking for a part to a camera tripod and saw a picture for a lost bird. My daughter is into birds and I developed an interest in them so I clicked on the ad. Then an ad popped up as “You Might Be Interested In” of the same bird in the Found Pet section. Neither of them had seen the others ads. Made a call to tell one of them about the other ad and the bird is on its way home. still can’t find my part though.
    9 points
  22. Go to Costco. Get in line with all the TP and bottled water hoarding idiots. Have nothings but gallon jars of mayonnaise and big bottles of Tabasco in your cart. When someone looks at you just smile and say “You’ll see”. Then go to Home Depot and buy a shovel, plastic sheet, duct tape, saw and flower seeds. Lots of flower seeds. Say nothing.
    9 points
  23. Well, that makes us even, because I strongly feel the same way about them.
    8 points
  24. I really liked the mag dump at the end. Well done deputy Thoman. Prays for a quick recovery of Deputy Potter.
    8 points
  25. I get these random facebook ads. Some of them are women's rights or other similar topics. Today I asked on a couple of them why is there world hunger if there are almost 4 billion women to make sandwiches. You should have seen the triggering when I said delusions don't change biology and reality.
    8 points
  26. David Chipman was the absolute worst choice for the head of the ATF and I doubt that they could find anyone less intelligent or more hostile to gun ownership by private citizens although I'm sure Biden will do his best to find another moron with the same "You don't need a AR15, Buy a Shotgun" mentality. Here's a quote from an article in Forbes about the Chipman nomination: "President Biden is about to nominate the most anti-gun zealot ever to head the 5,100-employee Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. By selecting Bloomberg toady David Chipman, an anti-gun activist who has worked for Gabby Gifford’s gun control group, Biden has just given a middle finger to America’s 150 million gun owners. Chipman isn’t your run-of-the-mill anti-gun Democrat, but rather he is especially condescending toward gun owners and screams contempt for them at every opportunity. He publicly ridicules gun owners, famously mocking, “…the people who hoarded guns might decide six months from now—once they see no zombies around but they’ve run out of tuna and beef jerky—that they need the money to buy food.” Never mind the fact that his counterparts in the Democrat party continue to beat the “defund the police” drum and have stood by as anarchists sack our cities with impunity." White House Plans to Withdraw ATF Pick David Chipman Sept. 9, 2021 11:34 am ET The Wall Street Journal WASHINGTON—The White House is planning to withdraw David Chipman ‘s nomination to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, according to people familiar with the matter, in the face of tepid support from centrist Democrats. The White House didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment. His confirmation would have required at least 50 votes in the evenly split Senate, with Vice President Kamala Harris breaking any ties. Mr. Chipman spent 25 years at the ATF before retiring as a special agent in 2012. Since then, he has served as an adviser to organizations that press lawmakers for stricter firearms regulations, including a group founded by former Rep. Gabby Giffords (D., Ariz.), where he is still employed. Ms. Giffords survived a shooting in January 2011. Second Amendment groups including the National Rifle Association and the National Shooting Sports Foundation lobbied against Mr. Chipman. Gun-control groups including Brady, Everytown for Gun Safety and others have advocated on the Hill for Mr. Chipman’s approval. Some centrist Democrats had expressed hesitations over some of his stances, which include advocating for a ban on assault-style rifles and expanded background checks. Republicans were expected to be united in opposition to the pick. “Mr. Chipman’s long record as a partisan, anti-Second Amendment activist raised plenty of concerns about how he’d administer federal firearms laws,” Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa, the top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said in a statement Thursday.Mr. Chipman’s defenders said he had been unfairly smeared by the gun-rights lobby. “David Chipman was an eminently qualified nominee and a good man who has dedicated his life to public safety. That any Senator, let alone at least 51, would oppose his nomination points to the work of the gun lobby’s lies and misinformation,” said Kris Brown, president of Brady. Mr. Chipman’s pulled nomination also highlighted the polarizing politics around firearms on Capitol Hill. Mr. Biden’s gun-control agenda has languished in the Senate, where lawmakers have struggled for months to find a bipartisan compromise around expanding background checks. Mr. Biden has gotten most of his major nominees confirmed. One notable exception was Neera Tanden, who had been nominated to lead the Office of Management and Budget. Ms. Tanden had come under criticism for her past social-media comments, which included jabs at senators.
    8 points
  27. My wife and I got the magic shots back in March and April. Sunday evening my temp was 103.5 called the doc and got a script for pneumonia things were starting to improve but that hit a brick wall I had a schedule with my doc today, and after a rapid red death test I have have it. Clearly the vaccines are not cracked up to be. All hail lord fauci
    8 points
  28. lf I wrote what I think I'd expect to have .gov at my door.... HOW can ANYONE who is NOT BRAIN DEAD still think this DEMENTED OLD FOOL AND HIS ADMINISTRATION ARE DOING THE RIGHT THING?
    8 points
  29. My beloved tripod tuxedo cat had an "adventure" yesterday. Hope you find this amusing. GB1 Heavy Hangs the Head That Wears The Crown by Otway, Feline Regent of Tennessee I am sufficiently recovered from my latest incident to put pen to parchment and relate the events of the past 24 hours to you. I also hope to provide you with some useful target indicators, in the hopes of preparing you to better defend your own kingdoms. Yesterday began like any other morning here in my mountaintop kingdom. I awoke Dad in the usual way at 0500, running across his chest with a firm “Meeowr!” and then snuggling close to him, purring and gently pressing a paw against his face a few times, perhaps issuing a few gentle nips to his exposed forearms until he also awakes. He is always gracious and pets me whilst assuring me of his undying affection, once he awakens. Knowing the appropriate routine, he issued me my morning treat, and freshened my food and water bowls. After eating, and as morning twilight was past and it was light outside, I asked to go out and patrol the kingdom, and he acquiesced as usual. Out I went to begin another day of regal responsibility. But all was not well here. I quickly became aware of the presence of another intruder into my fenced yard. This was a curious individual, haughty, and strutting about as if he owned the place. Nattily dressed, the individual was wearing a black and white tuxedo, something like mine, so I initially extended the benefit of the doubt to the interloper, assuming that good manners and good breeding were indicative of the potential for respectful interaction. I felt it was my duty to investigate, as this is after all my exclusive domain. I approached the uninvited guest. I immediately became aware of some subtle details which in retrospect should have placed me on higher alert. The scoundrel had a long, thin, pinched face – something like a feline Steve Buscemi. His body odor was clearly indicative of a serious lack of personal hygiene. And his tail was a dreadlocked, splayed feather duster, which no self-respecting cat would ever have appeared in public wearing. And to top it all off, the miscreant turned his back on me at my approach, lifting his tail and exposing his nether regions, clearly offering insult to my royal personage. This could not be civilly brooked, and I stepped closer to instruct the fool as to the expected standards of court behavior. I am not entirely certain what happened next, as the details are still a bit fuzzy. But this much is clear. In direct violation of the Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907, I was subjected to a chemical warfare attack. With no warning and at fairly close range, I was struck full in the face with a noxious effluent the likes of which I have never encountered before and I fervently hope never to experience again. I was enveloped by a stinging, reeking miasma of atomized funk, akin to the sulphurous emissions from hell which will herald Armageddon. My eyes slammed shut, burning and blurred. My nose was overcome with the ungodly stench and I could do little to defend myself but crouch down in place and blindly suffer. All seemed lost. In this diminished and supremely vulnerable state, I heard my ever-loving, ever-faithful Dad coming to my rescue at full speed. There was a sound like a mighty clap of thunder, and even through the overweening tide of fetid, putrid emissions, there came the unmistakable scent of blood in the breeze. At a measured distance of fourteen yards, the intruder was dispatched to the underworld from whence he apparently came, never to trouble this kingdom again. The next few hours are but a blur. Dad put me in the hated carriage, and took me to see the Royal Physician about 45 minutes away. After an interminable period of waiting, I was placed in a plexiglass box and forced to inhale yet more noxious gas. I lost consciousness for a time. I am told that while I was asleep, I was bathed with a special shampoo and my beautiful green eyes were repeatedly flushed with saline solution and an ointment applied to each. My inoculations were verified as being up to date, and after a period of recovery I was allowed to return home. The Royal Physician advised that the shampoo is only so effective, and that I would likely bear the lingering scent of this encounter for some time to come. I am ashamed to admit that this is the case. While most of me smells slightly perfumed from the shampoo, my face still subtly emits the nose-wrinkling odor of the demonic intruder. Dad says he never thought he would see the day when my front end would smell worse than my posterior (which, in my defense, I always keep scrupulously tidy by means known only to cats, and which I am therefore unable to disclose.) But he loves me anyway, and assures me that my reign is secure and my place in his heart intact. After a few halting attempts to feed which ended in immediate emetic expulsion, I was able to keep a meal or two down and sleep through the night. I am much restored this morning and on a good footing to resume full royal duties. All is well, once you get past the slight smell lingering about the palace. IMPORTANT INFORMATION: I offer this in the hopes that it will help you avoid a similar fate. It is now my belief that the intruder wore a tuxedo as camouflage, to enable his sneaking through court defenses, and getting close to my royal personage. But he was not sufficiently trained so as to do this imperceptibly. Look closely! In the event that an unknown interloper enters your kingdom WEARING A TUXEDO, BUT WITH IT DONNED BACKWARDS, DO NOT APPROACH! Call the Quick Reaction Force immediately, and even then, advise the responding guards to engage the intruder at a distance and from the front hemisphere only. Yours most sincerely and affectionately, Otway, Feline Regent of Tennessee PS: Dad says the Nine Millimeter Parabellum cartridge works just fine on skunks.
    8 points
  30. Barking dogs. People who take pictures and video with their phone in upright portrait mode. Especially the videos where they swing it back and forth to get everything in. People turning right into a parking lot who come to a virtual stop while still half in the street, to examine the parking lot. Pretty much anyone driving a Subaru.
    8 points
  31. Diversity of guns in my possession makes me smarter and more lethal.
    8 points
  32. Or, punishable by summary execution? Customer Service phrases that should be OUTLAWED.... 1. "For your convenience..." Translation: "We are going to greatly inconvenience you in order to increase our profit margins by having you wait." 2. "Please remain on the line and we will be with you shortly." Translation: "Grab a sandwich and fire up YouTube in a side window because you're going to be waiting for a long, long time." 3. "Due to an unusually large call volume..." Translation: "Due to the fact that we aren't willing to staff up customer service..." 4. "Your call is important to us." Translation: "You are an expensive annoyance to us." 5. "Our representatives are helping customers just like you." Translation: "The one person we assigned to do customer service is at lunch." 6. "Your feedback is important to us." Translation: "We want you to rat out the service reps if they don't suck it up when you yell at them so we can stiff them, come salary review time." 7. "You can find support more quickly on our website." Translation: "Please go away before we have to pay somebody to help you; we'd rather you waste your time pretending our "AI" can get you a useful answer." 8. "We can't wait to exceed your expectations." Translation: "We are actively trying, by our service policies and long wait times, to lower your expectations to the depths where you'll be grateful if you end up talking to anything with a pulse." 9. "We appreciate your business." Translation: "LOL" 9 Customer Service Phrases That Should Be Retired Immediately | Inc.com
    8 points
  33. My neighbor has those stupid vertical blinds installed in her bedroom windows. When the wind blows it moves the blinds around and obscures the view through my 10x binoculars. I almost want to tell her, but I'd probably just get another restraining order for trying to help.
    8 points
  34. I guess since this is a random posting forum, I should put this here. I love buying my wife "stuff". Clothes, lingerie, Jewelry, and anything else I can think of she might like. I don't spend a fortune but it's quality and chosen specifically for her to make her look good and not embarassed or humiliated. It's just so fun seeing her gush over something like a little girl. Well, we frequent a local Denny's and have made good friends with the wait staff there. They treat us like family and we enjoy our time there. Last week I was talking with my wife and told her I would like to get a little something for one of the waitresses there. She is a little black girl/single mom (28 Years old). She makes a fuss about us all the time and is fun to talk with. I was talking with her and asked her what her favorite "color" was. She said it wasn't a color, but a Leopard pattern in many of her "things". I said I looked at a lot of Leopard patterns, but most turned out to be panties. Then I asked her what size I would consider, if I would think about it. She knows me and without hesitating, she said small! She explained to my wife that she woult wear extra small, but her butt wouldn't fit. Now you know the background! I finally found what I "wanted", and today it came in the mail. So we jumped in the car and drove to Denny's. She made a big fuss over us and seated us. Then when she came back for our order, I pulled out the package I had for her. I told her that I remembered how worried she was about "children" in some of my talks with her, and picked up this instead, to alay her fears. She opened up the box to a pair of gold leopard head earrings with shiny stones for spots and some purple glass for eyes. She damn near had a melt down, and ranted on and on about how wonderful they were. Damned if she didn't go to a row of customers to show them her earrings. She gushed over us the whole time we were there. She said it was the nicest thing anyone has done for her in a long time. The moral to my story is: Many times it's nice to do something nice for somebody that isn't expecting it, just to try to cheer up their day. My wife was even telling me how nice it was to see her carry on over something so simple. I now know that the other two waitresses like Purple, they are on order. One of the others is the above woman's mother. Have a great day and make someone happy!
    8 points
  35. Actually, replacing Joe with DaHo would only mean reupholstering the sock puppet. The hand inside would be the same.
    8 points
  36. So, I'm standing perimeter guard at the emergency room while my wife sits with my daughter who is waiting to be seen. There are 45 people in this waiting room and six ambulances outside. No joke! When we got here, there were six cop cars, three of them state troopers. One state trooper was in a wheelchair with an puke pan in his lap, two people lying on benches covered up, three people in wheelchairs, half a dozen kids, one guy holding a bloody bandage on the left side of his neck and somebody just puked over in the corner. After my daughter was checked in, I asked if we could wait out in the car. The screener replied, "... No, you have to wait in this room but, because of covid only one of you can remain with the patient. It's 2021 and restaurants have been using plastic pager pucks for 20 years! You would think that all of the ambulatory patients would be allowed to sit out in their vehicles instead of crowding 40 people with unknown ailments in the same room with each other? I just finished my coffee run for the wife. Daughter has already received her blood work so now it is the waiting game.
    8 points
  37. "Pretty" Always counts. It's called Professionalism. When I ran ANY type of wire...Primary, secondary outside, or just "In house" ****...I ALWAYS made it "Good Lookin". I personally never had a reason to learn the "Trade" of Welding, but I sure appreciate the Trade, and the Beauty of those that do the Liquid steel.
    8 points
  38. I should ban your ass for this.
    8 points
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