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Jack Ryan

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About Jack Ryan

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  • Birthday 04/01/1955


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    Hunt fish shoot archery boats kayaks bicycles


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    What's YOUR job? LOL, job LOL.

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  1. May be all their disappearing cell phone users are switching to urns.
  2. Three people together is always the first sign of a freaking committee. Any time you see three people, two will be arguing over who is going to tell the ONE working what to do.
  3. We we we and us ... all the way home. Why is it the weak ones always like to act like they speak for every one else. These are exactly the kind who motivate me most to stick to dogs.
  4. When they told people not to wear the mask because it wasn't any good, the sick people were suppose to wear them, I knew they were going to be telling whoppers and a lot of 'em.
  5. I'm not a loner, I am selective in the company I keep. I'd rather do with out than put up with fools.
  6. I use the jonee warmers and white gas.
  7. I bought a new pair of those brown ones and took them in to work the day I started my first apprenticeship, 1986. Putting them on in the locker room it just occurred to me and I said it out loud, "These boots are gonna get me outta here. I'll wear them out the door on my very last day." Then in 1994, I did. Then in 1995, I kind of chuckled and said it to myself again when I started my second apprenticeship, same boots, different factory. Then in 1999, I did. Again. They didn't make it through to the end in the foundry after that, but they sure did last a good long time, probably about 2004.
  8. Glue a quarter to the bottom of a toilet sometime.
  9. I've probably donated and given away a hundred copies in paper back over the years and years since first reading it. I believe it to be a HUGE opportunity to promote hunting and firearms acceptance. Plus the liberals hate it.
  10. We had several sets of Encylopedias as well at our house. New ones and old ones and when I was 13 we bought and remodeled a house built in the late 1800s. The attic had a 5 foot by 8 feed book rack. I spent a LOT of time up there looking through the "historic repository" of a hundred years of "stuff". A dentist lived there about 1910 or so and he saved the teeth he pulled and glued them on like little rocks to a "mission style" 3 story church thing he made. The whole thing is about 3 feet tall and those teeth were ALL OVER that attic from being stored there and there and there over the years.
  11. Our local library had some kind of reading promo in the summers for kids. I could walk to the library from home. This was the FIRST book I checked out and it was on, from there on. What ever the award was for what ever amount read per summer, I maxed out every year. https://www.amazon.com/Bears-Blue-River-Charles-Major/dp/1448632692 I read all the Hardy boys, then I discovered autobiographies. Our library had shelf after shelf of these. Must have been some kind of special because I could find them easy they were all in one spot, all lined up together on shelves and all had covers that looked alike. I started out picking out people I'd heard of and finished up just looking for ANY OF them I hadn't read. Presidents, generals, inventors, explorers, Boone, Crocket, Edison, Grant, Washington, Jefferson, Franklin, Cody, Bowie, then leaders from all over the rest of the world.
  12. Jack Ryan

    OK Boomers

    2 genders, 300 new mental illness diagnosis. Diagnosis = opportunity for medical charlatans to mine your money pocket.
  13. Jack Ryan

    OK Boomers

    If you never replaced the washer in a faucet and couldn't stand in your own yard and point to Washington DC, you are probably already on my ignore list.
  14. Steve McQueen grew up in Beech Grove / Indianapolis Indiana https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_McQueen
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