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post #8191 of 41802 Old 03-27-2012, 07:08 AM
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H1 = hell yes
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post #8192 of 41802 Old 03-27-2012, 10:17 AM
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Love the HMMWV. The original military version. Not the little bytch boy models. I can't remember if it was Georgia or SC that held the military training for the HMMWV.

There were men from all the services there for the training. Of course, with all the testosterone, it was competitive. People were bragging about their offroad skills and how each of them would get the best course time.

We all got stuck. Turns out that was the purpose of the course. To teach us how to unfeck ourselves.

Also, I'm skipping the CA trip today. New meds are making me a little head foggy. Still going out. Just to Goodsprings. Better to be somewhere familiar.

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post #8194 of 41802 Old 03-27-2012, 10:37 AM
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Love the HMMWV. The original military version. Not the little bytch boy models. I can't remember if it was Georgia or SC that held the military training for the HMMWV.

There were men from all the services there for the training. Of course, with all the testosterone, it was competitive. People were bragging about their offroad skills and how each of them would get the best course time.

We all got stuck. Turns out that was the purpose of the course. To teach us how to unfeck ourselves.

Also, I'm skipping the CA trip today. New meds are making me a little head foggy. Still going out. Just to Goodsprings. Better to be somewhere familiar.
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We're still not on our way yet. Good thing we aren't going to CA today. It would probably be noon before we arrived on site.

Polka, tell your wife we said thanks for the tax software tip. We finally got around to doing the taxes last night. We're getting a huge $520 back! That was sarcasm. I'm cool with that. I like to have my refund as low as possible without having to pay. That way, we keep as much as we can from each check throughout the year.

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post #8196 of 41802 Old 03-27-2012, 11:15 AM
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We're still not on our way yet. Good thing we aren't going to CA today. It would probably be noon before we arrived on site.

Polka, tell your wife we said thanks for the tax software tip. We finally got around to doing the taxes last night. We're getting a huge $520 back! That was sarcasm. I'm cool with that. I like to have my refund as low as possible without having to pay. That way, we keep as much as we can from each check throughout the year.
Better than nothing! Good for a few fill ups at the pump or a new handgun from Sportsman's Warehouse.
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post #8197 of 41802 Old 03-27-2012, 01:37 PM
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Better than nothing! Good for a few fill ups at the pump or a new handgun from Sportsman's Warehouse.
I was thinking about buying a Taurus there. We ll see.
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Better than nothing! Good for a few fill ups at the pump or a new handgun from Sportsman's Warehouse.
When did that place open?

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I don't know but I just got some mail from them the other day. So recently.
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I don't know but I just got some mail from them the other day. So recently.
It's definitely open I've had a few friends go. I've heard it isn't as cheap as it used to be. Some things are cheaper then bass pro some are the same. I may check it out Saturday.
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We went a while back and it did seem over priced

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There were two Sportsman Warehouses, one in the NW and one on Lake Mead in Henderson. I know the one in Henderson closed a few years ago but I am not sure about the other...unless that is that is the one you guys are talking about.

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post #8203 of 41802 Old 03-27-2012, 05:28 PM
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It is off of Ann and 95. It was closed when we moved here last year and they recently reopened it.

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post #8204 of 41802 Old 03-27-2012, 05:33 PM
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I found a nice "neighbor hood watch" T shirt. Or if you are going in the opposite direction there is this one. I think it's pretty funny considering he is Hispanic. This maybe a good one to collect.
http://www.feistees.com/neighborhood-watch-t-shirt/

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It is off of Ann and 95. It was closed when we moved here last year and they recently reopened it.
When they closed I bought a bunch of fly fishing stuff there on sale for like 40-50% off, I had ALOT of flies crammed into a little cup and the cashier asked how many there was in there, I said 30. She then proceeded to dump them out and count every single one, BUSTED!
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