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post #31996 of 41864 Old 10-14-2013, 06:54 PM
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Blah blah blah blah blah obamacare

Hi everybody.
Amen brother.

How's it going? Feel good to get the ol girl back in the dirt?

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post #31997 of 41864 Old 10-14-2013, 06:59 PM Thread Starter
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Amen brother.

How's it going? Feel good to get the ol girl back in the dirt?
Felt good to drive and stop! Hopefully it keeps up the good behavior and I can take it on An actual trail ant not just a dirt shooting range, though there were some nice humps and mounds out there that I got to drive over, lol.

One of these days soon I will test 4x4 and see if my axle rebuild holds up

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post #31998 of 41864 Old 10-14-2013, 07:16 PM
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Blah blah blah blah blah obamacare


Hi everybody.
Sorry you were bored by the conversation. Next time, I'll try to include more gun talk.

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post #31999 of 41864 Old 10-14-2013, 07:43 PM Thread Starter
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Sorry you were bored by the conversation. Next time, I'll try to include more gun talk.

Oh and Hello
Meh, not looking for gun talk. Just get bored with people arguing back and forth about something they Rent goinig to convince the other of

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post #32000 of 41864 Old 10-14-2013, 08:51 PM
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I'm getting my sling mounts and para cord to make a sling tomorrow! Oh and pedals for my bike. Posted from outer space.

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post #32001 of 41864 Old 10-14-2013, 09:50 PM
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Government program that has a private company implementing and distributing services and funds fails...catastrophically! Xerox should be held accountable for ALL purchases made during the outage, and all recipients who abused the cards should be prosecuted for theft of government property. None of that will happen though. Think about what other programs failures like this could affect in the future. What if you're in the ER waiting for an emergency appendectomy?

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/10/14...stance-frenzy/

The difference between stupidity and ignorance. Ignorance is doing something wrong and not knowing better. Stupidity is knowing better, but doing it anyway. Don't be stupid!
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This shows how great the new law will work at creating jobs, inspiring growth and creativity, and better, less expensive benefits! Think about all the companies that employ part time workers! Fast food joints, retail outlets, restaurants, hospitals, schools, government agencies, just about every company out there. Even coke and Pepsi employ part time employees. Yet another example of failure!

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013...bamacare-fine/

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post #32003 of 41864 Old 10-14-2013, 10:57 PM
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Government program that has a private company implementing and distributing services and funds fails...catastrophically! Xerox should be held accountable for ALL purchases made during the outage, and all recipients who abused the cards should be prosecuted for theft of government property. None of that will happen though. Think about what other programs failures like this could affect in the future. What if you're in the ER waiting for an emergency appendectomy?

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/10/14...stance-frenzy/
I'm so sick of this ebt, wellfair, obama phone hand out crap. If you pull the funding for all of these services people would HAVE to work. Right now its easier to sit on your *** and get paid for it than to get a job and EARN less
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post #32004 of 41864 Old 10-14-2013, 11:22 PM
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Got excused, and just got home. Don't see a reason to tell work just yet. Thinking about sneaking out with the dog for some light jeeping and some exploring close by. Anyone off? May do some shooting as well, not sure. Don't wanna be mean to the dog's ears. Btw, I never understood that with duck/fowl hunters with dogs. They don't protect their hearing, but I never hear of it affecting the dogs. Any thoughts from the avid hunters here?
I've had the pleasure of hunting over several hunting dogs, that were family owned, while growing up. I've also trained one of my own (black Lab), and in the process of training another (Vizsla). I think it would be naive to say that hearing damage doesn't occur to some degree. With that said, we've never had a dog that ended up with hearing issues in old age.
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post #32005 of 41864 Old 10-15-2013, 09:40 AM
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Government program that has a private company implementing and distributing services and funds fails...catastrophically! Xerox should be held accountable for ALL purchases made during the outage, and all recipients who abused the cards should be prosecuted for theft of government property. None of that will happen though. Think about what other programs failures like this could affect in the future. What if you're in the ER waiting for an emergency appendectomy?

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/10/14...stance-frenzy/
They problem is with the people. They know their limit, so why should a company be held responsible? According to the news the state allows purchases when the system is down, but those purchases are limited to $50 a day. So with your theory it is now Wal-Mart's fault...I think not. Zero personal responsibility in this country. I do not see people blaming vehicle manufactures when they get a speeding ticket, it is their fault and they know the limit.


I honestly think that every person that purchased extra stuff should be removed from the program for 2 years minimum if not for life.

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I've had the pleasure of hunting over several hunting dogs, that were family owned, while growing up. I've also trained one of my own (black Lab), and in the process of training another (Vizsla). I think it would be naive to say that hearing damage doesn't occur to some degree. With that said, we've never had a dog that ended up with hearing issues in old age.
The wife's family has had number of hunting dogs over the years with no major hearing loss that was detectable. I agree with what someone said earlier that it's probably a lifelong exposure thing and unfortunately their hunting careers just aren稚 long enough to build up the significant damage that we would notice.
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Meh, not looking for gun talk. Just get bored with people arguing back and forth about something they Rent goinig to convince the other of
I agree. I just wanted to help people understand the facts so they could sort out the fact from the fiction in the propaganda being proliferated by both sides. I was trying to help, not upset people. I知 done discussing it unless someone PM痴 me with any questions they might have.

If anyone needs help with health insurance questions let me know. Since I知 the guy that prices health insurance I知 in a position to understand the system and how to take advantage of it.
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I agree. I just wanted to help people understand the facts so they could sort out the fact from the fiction in the propaganda being proliferated by both sides. I was trying to help, not upset people. I知 done discussing it unless someone PM痴 me with any questions they might have.

If anyone needs help with health insurance questions let me know. Since I知 the guy that prices health insurance I知 in a position to understand the system and how to take advantage of it.
I actually need insurance. What do I do? I was getting online quotes, but thats as far as I've gone.

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post #32009 of 41864 Old 10-15-2013, 10:49 AM
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I actually need insurance. What do I do? I was getting online quotes, but thats as far as I've gone.
Quit your job, you'll get everything you need plus a ton more.
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Join the military and get all the insurance that you need. Heck you would even get more clothes like the ones that I gave you!!

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