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Discussion in 'Laughter Is The Best Medicine' started by Laverne, May 29, 2005.
I believe in allowing time for repentence. :angel:
...with a gentle reminder that time is running out!
Yeah...........that's the reason
I'm sure it was 9mm, but I think you misspelled the next word. :sure:
(Sorry bro, but that was just tooooo easy. Ya gotta be careful what you say in here)
and I remember when they use to say "welcome to DBSTalk". :lol:
That was before Mr. Hung walked in here and immediately started pulling things out of his pants. :lol:
I concur. IMHO, all 4 of Mr. Hung's posts have been at least semi-inflammatory.
I couldn't agree more. He either got off on the wrong Web site, wrong planet, or both.
Back to the original Laverne post........
An addendum (personalized for me)...
Rule #11....... I work in construction and know where there are ALWAYS foundations being poured. I can have you disappear where no one will find you until they knock down the building in 100 years. Oh, and I'm from New Jersey. That Sopranos show? They only show the lightweight stuff........... Wanna go Bowling? You can borrow my bowling bag.... I'm done with it now.....
Maybe because that one has a little bit of truth to it!? You claim to have taken a firearm course, well I think you should get your money back seeing how you have been taught nothing but mis-information.
Ok, you clearly don't know jack when it comes to hunting or maybe it is a poor attempt on your part to be facetious Anyone who knows anyreal knowledge about firearms and hunting knows that you should use bullets that rapidly expand thus causing more tissue damage, thus causing more bleedout. Using bullets that result in just a pencil hole in and out do nothing more than injure the animal to where it will run off and die a slow and painful death. Speaking of which, have you ever been shot before? I can assure you the sensation is a bit more intense than a "fly-bite".
But yet you claim to want to shoot me with the very same kind of bullet. After all a "cop killer" bullet is nothing more than a metal jacketed non expanding bullet. You know, the kind of bullet that most people target practice with and the kind the military uses because it's primary purpose is to penetrate light body armor and injure an enemy combantant rather than kill. Because it requires more soliders to carry an injured off the field than a dead one. But no, you didn't know that because you recieved your firearms training from the brady bunch. I am sure you will be a real proud father when you shoot me with one of those mythical "cop killer" bullets and it zips right through me and the wall and ends up hitting your self-centered brat in the next room. Way to go dad! :nono2:
Typical liberal nonsense created by the liberal media. I guess when they termed the word "dum-dum" they didn't realize they were speaking of themsleves. Too bad ingnorance isn't painful, because all the liberals in the world would be writhing and screaming in pain.
Not to worry, I am sure your daughter felt me.
I am not here to share your viewpoints. I am here to share mine. You can either agree or disagree. And if your disagreement causes an inflamtion of your hemmorroids, then oh well T.F.S.
I wish I was from another planet. From some of the stuff I have seen people do, I am ashamed to be a human being at times.
You don't know jack when it comes to hunting. I don't want the deer to run off, and if it does run I don't want it to run far. The best is when the deer jumps when the bullet enters and exits and then goes back to grazing, bleeding until it passes out. Next is if it runs a short distance and collapses. You want to give the deer about 10 minutes and then go find the body. I like my venison nice and tender, so I don't want a big old mossy back rack, and I don't want it running and pumping itself full of adrenalin. You ever bow hunt. Same principle. You don't blow a big hole in the deer, using razor sharp points you create an opening for the blood.
You are probably one of the idiots who shoots a big rack, drives around with it in the back of his pickup for a week, finally drops it off to be processed, and then can't figure out why it tastes like crap.
Now that the hunting lesson is over, lets get back to the topic, which is why we are all glad you arn't interested in our daughters. :lol:
Yeah those deer hunting video games make it really exciting doesn't it?
Now back to the real world. I have shot many a deer with lead soft-point to a hollow point round with a .223Rem, .243Win, .30-06Sprg, and even a .300 Weatherby Mag for a 350 yard shot. Either A) The deer dropped instantly in its tracks because the bullet severed its neck or upper spine. Instant death, deer didn't know what hit him or B) the deer jumped and ran about 50 feet and collapsed and died from a shot to the heart or lung. The way I place the bullet it always leaves just below the shoulder leaving a hole no bigger than a golf ball and damaging little or no meat around the shoulder/leg area. Since the deer's heart is almost always obliterated when shot behind the shoulder, there is nothing pumping the blood, hence no adrenaline is released into the blood stream thus no tainting of the meat. That is why the deer simply trots away and collapses and is dead in under 2 minutes.
No, it's idiots like you who shoot a big rack with a full metal jacket round and can't understand why it ran off into a thicket and now you can't find it, then I come along a week later and shoot the deer only to find out that some yahoo wounded the animal and now the meat is all bad because the wound has turn gangrenous from the pencil sized bullet hole that was supposed to bleed out the animal.
And just what do you think those razor sharp points are doing when its flying through the air? Whistling Dixie? No they are spinning, so when they enter the animal the blades cut into as much tissue as possible to create more blood loss. Just like an expanding bullet or hollow point, when it enters the jacket peels back while the bullet is spinning through the animal and disrupting tissue and destroying blood vessels so it results in a faster death. Whereas a full metal jack just simply punches a hole, pushes aside any tissue or major organs, and at best may rupture a blood vessel or two before it ends up in another hunter a mile away.
Now that the real world hunting lesson is over, you can go back to your video game and telling your daughter that she is a beautiful and unique little snowflake. :barf:
Both of them sure are. And either of them would drop kick a jerk like you through the doorway so fast your head couldn't keep up. Especially my dainty little 6'3" blonde Amazon. :lol:
I thought this was the "Laughter is the best medicine" forum. :icon_cry:
The world would be a happier place if you folks would just teach your daughters (especially the attractive ones) that sex is a good thing, and they should give it up freely.
"That's what I love about high school girls. No matter how old I get, they always stay the same age." -- from the movie Dazed and Confused
I'm guessing you don't have an attractive teenage daughter. :nono:
Sorry, Danny. That was only true in the 70's. Hey! Weren't you born in that decade???? :lol:
Danny, here's a thought. Stay in Atlanta, and away from my daughters. It might be good for your health.
It might be good for your health.
See, you folks prove my point.
Many men around the world would be extremely happy, if not for the dangers posed by overprotective fathers.
Weren't you born in that decade????
1970, but I'm the 3rd child, with two older siblings born in the early 60's.
In any case, the idea of my parents being free-lovers would shock me. They are extremely conservative. ;-)
I'm guessing you don't have an attractive teenage daughter.
Thankfully no. I'll never have to teach a child to avoid guys like me.
My poor brother however has 1 year old TWIN girls. He's already investing in the dungeon he plans to build. Not certain if its to lock away the girls or safely stash the remains of those who dare date them.
I have a dual chamber dungeon. One with the incinerator and one for the rest of the family. :eek2: