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  • Leonhard
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    Originally posted by lilpixieofterror View Post
    It’s not hypocrisy at all Jim. I just expect those screaming in 2016 and 2018, to be consistent. If what Trump did is wrong, where are those condemning Biden at?

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by rogue06 View Post
    I saw nothing outside the bolded part


    Which reminded me of...


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    Like the girl on the commercial asking her dad for financial advice?

    The camel with the biggest hump....

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  • rogue06
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    Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
    If I recall, because I'm an old fart, and have had my permit for many a year, I just mail them a check and they send me a new card.
    I saw nothing outside the bolded part


    Which reminded me of...


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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by Littlejoe View Post
    I thought they had changed it but I'm not sure either.
    If I recall, because I'm an old fart, and have had my permit for many a year, I just mail them a check and they send me a new card.

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  • Littlejoe
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    Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
    I haven't checked lately - are there still two permits - one semi-auto and the other pistol?
    I thought they had changed it but I'm not sure either.

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by Littlejoe View Post
    I do remember that now...my wife is like that as well. When we went to qualify for our (then called) CCL, my wife brought her .22 because she was told by our security team lead (who had once been a CCL instructor) that she could qualify with it. The course and range were 40 miles away and we had carpooled. But, they had changed the rules and she was informed that she could no longer use it. My pastor let her use his spare S&W 9mm. She scored 243 with a gun she had never fired before.
    I haven't checked lately - are there still two permits - one semi-auto and the other pistol?

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  • Littlejoe
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    Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
    I took her to the police range - still dating her. (Well, even after all these years of marriage, I'm still dating her )

    I gave her my .357 magnum, loaded with .38 wadcutters, and told her "just take a few shots and I'll watch your stance, and help you out..."

    Her first shot - BULLSEYE. Second shot - just a HAIR out of BULLSEYE.

    I said, "OK, that's enough for today, we'll come back again another time".
    I do remember that now...my wife is like that as well. When we went to qualify for our (then called) CCL, my wife brought her .22 because she was told by our security team lead (who had once been a CCL instructor) that she could qualify with it. The course and range were 40 miles away and we had carpooled. But, they had changed the rules and she was informed that she could no longer use it. My pastor let her use his spare S&W 9mm. She scored 243 with a gun she had never fired before.

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by Littlejoe View Post
    Refresh my memory....
    I took her to the police range - still dating her. (Well, even after all these years of marriage, I'm still dating her )

    I gave her my .357 magnum, loaded with .38 wadcutters, and told her "just take a few shots and I'll watch your stance, and help you out..."

    Her first shot - BULLSEYE. Second shot - just a HAIR out of BULLSEYE.

    I said, "OK, that's enough for today, we'll come back again another time".

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  • Littlejoe
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    Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
    Aw, come on -- I like living on the edge!

    I think I told you what happened when I took her to teach her how to shoot, no?
    Refresh my memory....

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by Littlejoe View Post
    And you've been saying: "Yes MA'AM" Ever since!
    Aw, come on -- I like living on the edge!

    I think I told you what happened when I took her to teach her how to shoot, no?

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  • Littlejoe
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    Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
    When my wife and I were dating, I was in judo.
    I was telling her that a smaller person may actually have advantage over a bigger person in judo, when that bigger person is running at the smaller person -- using that oncoming mass and speed to your advantage.
    I showed her how it would work - with her grabbing my wrist, turning her back to me, sticking her hip out, and diverting my body up and around (hard to describe) and she could actually flip me.

    Later that evening, I'm meeting her dad for the very first time at her house - he had been working nights, but was home this particular evening.

    I was nervous to meet him, and followed my wife cautiously into the door, whereupon she said, "hey dad, watch what I can do", and she turned around, grabbed my wrist, threw her hip out, and pitched me across the living room floor.
    I ended up on my back, wind knocked out of me, panting for breath, my feet up on the couch near her dad.

    He looked down at me, then at my soon-to-be wife, and said, "ok, you can keep this one".
    And you've been saying: "Yes MA'AM" Ever since!

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by lilpixieofterror View Post
    When my husband and I first got married. He tried the ‘kiss to wake you up’ thing and I hit him hard enough in the rib cage that he spent 5 minutes, on his hands and knees, trying to recover.
    When my wife and I were dating, I was in judo.
    I was telling her that a smaller person may actually have advantage over a bigger person in judo, when that bigger person is running at the smaller person -- using that oncoming mass and speed to your advantage.
    I showed her how it would work - with her grabbing my wrist, turning her back to me, sticking her hip out, and diverting my body up and around (hard to describe) and she could actually flip me.

    Later that evening, I'm meeting her dad for the very first time at her house - he had been working nights, but was home this particular evening.

    I was nervous to meet him, and followed my wife cautiously into the door, whereupon she said, "hey dad, watch what I can do", and she turned around, grabbed my wrist, threw her hip out, and pitched me across the living room floor.
    I ended up on my back, wind knocked out of me, panting for breath, my feet up on the couch near her dad.

    He looked down at me, then at my soon-to-be wife, and said, "ok, you can keep this one".

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  • oxmixmudd
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    Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post


    That reminds me of another time my wife got fed up with a coworker who used to come in every morning boasting to her office mates about how many times she and her husband had "done the deed" the night before. "Oh, he's an animal! We did it 3 times!" "5 times last night! He's insatiable!" One day my wife looked at her and said, "4 times, huh? That's funny. My husband and I tend to get it right the first time." Her office mate turned bright red and never brought up the subject again.
    That one is funny.

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  • lilpixieofterror
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    Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
    Ah, so you prefer women who aren't willing to defend themselves.
    When my husband and I first got married. He tried the ‘kiss to wake you up’ thing and I hit him hard enough in the rib cage that he spent 5 minutes, on his hands and knees, trying to recover.

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  • Mountain Man
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    Originally posted by MaxVel View Post
    My wife - well before we first met - once had a workmate of a similar age who liked to get a bit too touchy - touch her hair, put his hand on her arm etc. One day at work he put his hand on her forearm, and she loudly said "Take your time, touch all that you want. Is there anywhere else you'd like to touch, or just my arm?". This in a quite conservative culture where if a couple held hands in public that was seen as basically letting everyone know they were also sleeping together.

    Problem solved, no more over-friendly body language from him.


    That reminds me of another time my wife got fed up with a coworker who used to come in every morning boasting to her office mates about how many times she and her husband had "done the deed" the night before. "Oh, he's an animal! We did it 3 times!" "5 times last night! He's insatiable!" One day my wife looked at her and said, "4 times, huh? That's funny. My husband and I tend to get it right the first time." Her office mate turned bright red and never brought up the subject again.

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