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    And the only picture the newspapers will be able to find is either his high school graduation picture or one from when he was eight years old and dressed like Tigger for Halloween.
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    For a while, I gave my wife Red Roses on our anniversary, One for each year we have been married. One year I gave her 14 Red Roses and she exclaimed, you are wrong, we have been married for 16 years. I calmly told her the 14 Red Roses were for the 14 years. The other two I didn't even want to talk about. That was a long time ago...…………….
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    It’s a mustache. The plane is Italian.
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    Good for you, amigo. My face will never be normal and I wasn't stung by hornets.
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    Another example where antigun laws cause injuries. Most people can not carry in that state so 5 people got stabbed before somebody called the cops and once the cops finally show up they did what anybody in the store should have been allowed to do at the time the knife was displayed.
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    Big trouble in Little Chicago! I'm pretty sure he was a lovable kid, looking forward to applying to engineering school next year.
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    "A Washington state police chief who took a stand in refusing to enforce elements of the state’s widely encompassing new gun control package is now running for Governor of the state. He’s making a pledge to restore the gun rights of Washingtonians a central message of his campaign. Loren Culp is the police chief of Republic, Washington. He was praised by gun owners and vilified by liberal prosecutors for his constitutional refusal to enforce parts of a massive gun control law enacted in 2018." https://bigleaguepolitics.com/washington-police-chief-who-refused-to-enforce-gun-control-running-for-governor/
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    So my cousin is pretty much the opposite end of the spectrum from me. Went out and got herself a fancy edumacation, spends time writing articles for eco magazines and forestry stuff and whatnot. I'm also short and round, she's tall and skinny. Not that the last part means anything, just point out more opposites. Was listening to her having a conversation with someone about how she was so thankful that the state is paying for her healthcare (not that she actually has any health problems, but what do I know) because if the state didn't pay for her health insurance she'd have to, you know, go out and get a real job to support herself and pay for the health insurance she's required to have even though she's not using it, instead of spending so much time in scholarly pursuits and such. Maybe I just don't get it. I mean, why should someone be thankful to a group of people forcing you to pay money to people you don't know for services you don't need or use, coming from taxes that were forced to be paid against your will (or aid by other people against their will whatever the case may be) and actually think that it makes sense? I mean yeah, it's nice to have health insurance to cover when things go wrong, but I'm supposed to pay hundreds of dollars every month for insurance for my son when he gets 1 checkup a year, and a trip to urgent care under self pay is like $150 if something serious comes up. I'm covered under the VA, but still end up paying for everything myself because they're such a pain to deal with, that's why I know what urgent care visits around here cost. Sad part is though, my only visits to urgent care and the ER were both for infections that I needed antibiotics for, and pretty obviously at that, and the only reason I went was for a doctor to write a prescription so I could even get the medicine I needed quickly. so in other words, I'm pretty annoyed by the liberal mindset that forcing everyone to do something then acting like it's the government's job to pay for whatever stupidity they're shoving down our throats because they don't seem to understand that WE'RE THE ONES THAT FUND THE FREAKING GOVERNMENT and money doesn't just appear out of nowhere, then act like the government is doing us a favor by paying other people for things that we don't need and aren't using is a good thing.
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    Kindly (to yourself) think again about this. There are things in life that we have absolutely no control over. Some call that fate. We can only hope to be responsible for the things that we can control. Choices are by definition intractable. For example, I load my PPS with Norma MHP--- https://www.norma-ammunition.com/us/Our-Products/Our-Brands/Norma-MHP/ Just in case that some day studies might show that aggressors of those I hold near and dear suffer from a copper deficiency due to malnutrition. I aim to please. We can only do the best we can. Everything else is fortuitous. And so forth...
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    I thought I was being smart when I married at a young age. I told my wife that I wanted to be able to grow up with my children, so I could enjoy them for the greatest length of time. What I forgot is that now, my children are entering retirement also. I was so dumb that I never thought that I might have to see them go through the pains and afflictions of aging, that I am presently experiencing. Now, my greatest fear is that one of them will have to suffer from the many difficulties of old age, and I will be around to see it. Worse yet, this is the time statisticians start talking about infant mortality, that is the unpredictable loss of persons before their statistical life time. Worse yet, I hope I don't have to live through losing one of my children, simply because I chose to be with them for as long as I could. I am worried that I made a terrible decision back then. I can't imagine a worse thing than to be around for the demise of my child.
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    I have changed. In that quite a few years ago I realized that I needed to savor every moment spent with friends and family as if it were the last. My father died more than 40 years ago.
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    They do get numb to our comments as time goes by. My answer when someone asks how long we have been married is, "It seems like forever". But as your wife does, my wife tells them how well I treat her, and she puts up with my smart ass remarks. Once in a great while, the apparent quip I throw out has some basis in fact, however at this point in our lives, nothing is worth getting very upset about. Death is closer than any other complaint I, or she, might have, so it's a matter of priorities.
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    Whenever I am asked how long I've been married I answer, "Slightly more than 30....but they feel like 50!" These days I only get a slight roll of the eyes from her...
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    I just meant normal for what my face looks like, no comparisons to actual humans anywhere in my previous posts.
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    My face is almost back to normal. At noon I had to take my son for his soccer picture. There was also a team picture, which I had to be in, being the coach and all that. I think the swelling went down enough that it won't be noticeable in a group picture, but we'll see.
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    I would just like to remind you that I am a licensed, professional obfuscator. Y'all others are just amateurs.
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    The teacher gave her fifth grade class an assignment: Get their parents to tell them a story with a moral at the end of it. ---The next day, the kids came back and, one by one, began to tell their stories. There were all the regular types of stuff: Spilled milk and pennies saved. But then the teacher realized, that only Janie was left. "Janie, do you have a story to share?" "Yes ma'am. My daddy told me a story about my Mommy. She was a Marine pilot in Desert Storm, and her plane got hit. She had to bail out over enemy territory, and all she had was a flask of whiskey, a pistol, and a survival knife. She drank the whiskey on the way down so the bottle wouldn't break, and then she parachuted right into the middle of 20 Iraqi troops........ She shot 15 of them with the pistol, until she ran out of bullets, killed four more with the knife, till the blade broke, and then she killed the last Iraqi with her bare hands." ''Good Heavens, 'said the horrified teacher. What did your Daddy tell you was the moral to this horrible story'?" ...."Don't Screw with Mommy when she's been drinking."
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    Get your chicks for free.
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    And you play your guitar on the mtv!
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    I try to leave the obvious to others and present the unexpected.
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    Liberals will celebrate for a short while, then they are also against the wall. You can't make deals with people that believe in lying.
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    https://www.kare11.com/article/news/local/breaking-the-news/bride-pays-it-forward-after-heartbreak/89-6025fd45-a160-4c17-bfc9-0f60cebc1252 Sent from my Jack boot using Copatalk
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    I worked on the ambulance in Wildwood for a couple years. It ain't a whole lot of fun out on them dark 200 number roads in the middle of the night. And the villages hospital is the sister hospital to the one I work at. Ain't got anything nice to say about the hospital, the villages, or the villagers in general, either.
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    My father told me that some people would bitch even if they were hung by a new rope.
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    Every woman carries concealed weapons and only uses them on men. Lucky us!
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    I'm only against it on philosophical grounds. The older I get, the more anarcho-libartarian I get, because idiocracy is irritating. I demand a certain minimum level of common sense and work ethic in my fellow human beings, and they aren't meeting my minimum standards because the gov has taught them not to, and/or bred the stupid into them. Anyway, I would consider this (the potential flavored vape black market) a personal economic opportunity, except I want to keep my guns more than I want the (potential) cash. And my cooking and bed are way better than the gov's three hots and cot. My moral standards used to be a lot more complicated. I'm about down to 1) Do everything you say you will do, and 2) Don't encroach on other people's rights or property. Everything else is just backtalk or blowing smoke. (No pun intended).
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    Deals like the one described are never "good", unless you have a distinct need for both firearms and not just a need/want for one or the other. They have a surplus of some firearms and are simply attempting to minimize their economic exposure by requiring another firearm purchase at a profitable price point.
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    Bill Wilson needs to stick to making .45's.
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    Tom, can you get me off the hook, for old times sake? Can't do it Sally.
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    Negative, I am a meat popsicle. Sent from my Jack boot using Copatalk
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    One fish, two fish red fish, blue fish or should I say Fish (I miss Barney Miller) .
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    Few of our enemies are so bold as to tell us they will fight with us on our shores, and yet they find support among those most intellectually challenged among us. We are being sold out as a country, just for votes. When someone says they want to dominate or even kill you, take them at their word. Do something about it!
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    Anyone else ever have two broken TVs on top of each other.? One for sound and one for picture?
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