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Celestial Healer wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
I kind of miss field dressing a deer. Stupid felons can't hunt laws.
Can you be present when someone else hunts? That way you could still dress it, and there are plenty of hunters out there who hate that part.

The "shooting it yourself" part is the best part. I was a really good shot with a .308 way back when.

I can't even be in a gun owner's house unless their guns are in a gunsafe behind a locked door, technically, the way the law is written, let alone in a blind with someone.

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And, to be completely honest, any "hunter" that doesn't want to dress their own kill shouldn't be given a hunting license, imo. Shooting something is easy.

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I can't be naked around guns, either, in case anyone was curious.


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Neither can I, petitions have been signed, angry mobs mobilized, and walls erected.

Edit: I should note, I've never actually held a gun, this is just the general reaction my nakedness elicits.

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houstonderek wrote:
I can't be naked around guns, either, in case anyone was curious.

Well there goes my 2016 wall calendar idea.


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So, we learned this morning that oven-fresh sweet rolls make me sick. No eggs in them. Good to know. TMYK!


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Treppa wrote:
So, we learned this morning that oven-fresh sweet rolls make me sick. No eggs in them. Good to know. TMYK!

Boo! Hiss!


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Does uncorking a bottle of wine with a claw hammer make me white trash?

No, the wine was in a bottle. Definitely classy.


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Taking the dog out for his Christmas prancing around the neighborhood.

He grabs his favorite present and Frances perfectly as if he was in the final of the Westminster dog show. He prances by all his girlfriend's houses carefully puts down his present so it can be seen, pees and move on to the next one. As one of the only male dogs in our neighborhood with his testicles (and the only one that's not a dick about it) he has quite a few girlfriends to prance by.


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houstonderek wrote:
I kind of miss field dressing a deer. Stupid felons can't hunt laws.

There's always black powder & bow season in New York.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Does uncorking a bottle of wine with a claw hammer make me white trash?
My mom was at a holiday celebration with my sister and my sister's in-laws a few years back, and they realized they had no corkscrew. My mom, without missing a beat, says, "No problem! Just smash it with a boot and strain it through a sock."

My friends actually cut away a neck of wine bottle with an ax while being on a campfire because they had no corkscrew.


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houstonderek wrote:
I can't even be in a gun owner's house unless their guns are in a gunsafe behind a locked door, technically, the way the law is written, let alone in a blind with someone.

I think that's a Texas thing. I know for damn sure that's not the case in Vermont.


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Drejk wrote:
My friends actually cut away a neck of wine bottle with an ax while being on a campfire because they had no corkscrew.

Standard operating procedure up in the North Country. I saw it done once with a Sawzall.

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David M Mallon wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
I kind of miss field dressing a deer. Stupid felons can't hunt laws.
There's always black powder & bow season in New York.

Black powder? Yeah, um, no. I respect the deer too much. Ditto bow hunting. I'm not nearly good enough with a bow to go hunting with one. If I can't get a clean kill, I'd rather not go at all. No point in causing needless pain, imo.

I know some bow hunters that get clean kills regularly, but they've been proficient with the bow since childhood. I took one archery class in ninth grade, and never got the hang of it.


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Drejk wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Does uncorking a bottle of wine with a claw hammer make me white trash?
My mom was at a holiday celebration with my sister and my sister's in-laws a few years back, and they realized they had no corkscrew. My mom, without missing a beat, says, "No problem! Just smash it with a boot and strain it through a sock."
My friends actually cut away a neck of wine bottle with an ax while being on a campfire because they had no corkscrew.

wooooooooow....


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David M Mallon wrote:
Drejk wrote:
My friends actually cut away a neck of wine bottle with an ax while being on a campfire because they had no corkscrew.
Standard operating procedure up in the North Country. I saw it done once with a Sawzall.

that too is a youtube video waiting to happen.


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David M Mallon wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
I can't even be in a gun owner's house unless their guns are in a gunsafe behind a locked door, technically, the way the law is written, let alone in a blind with someone.
I think that's a Texas thing. I know for damn sure that's not the case in Vermont.

Isn't Vermont where they hunted Ice-T? The whole state is filled with people just hunting people (Which also explains the propensity for B&B's).


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Freehold DM wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Drejk wrote:
My friends actually cut away a neck of wine bottle with an ax while being on a campfire because they had no corkscrew.
Standard operating procedure up in the North Country. I saw it done once with a Sawzall.
that too is a youtube video waiting to happen.

I can almost guarantee you that if you type "sawzall," "bottle," and "Russia/Poland/Canada" into YouTube, you'll find a video of this.


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Freehold DM wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Drejk wrote:
My friends actually cut away a neck of wine bottle with an ax while being on a campfire because they had no corkscrew.
Standard operating procedure up in the North Country. I saw it done once with a Sawzall.
that too is a youtube video waiting to happen.

nope, can't recommend it, too many things go wrong, honestly, I can't count how many ways... any more.

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David M Mallon wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
I can't even be in a gun owner's house unless their guns are in a gunsafe behind a locked door, technically, the way the law is written, let alone in a blind with someone.
I think that's a Texas thing. I know for damn sure that's not the case in Vermont.

No, that's an ATF thing. Federal. If your Vermont friends with felony convictions ever got ratted out to the ATF, the 1-10 year sentence they got for "constructive possession" would trump any state law.

In three years I can apply with the state of Texas for a shotgun permit under castle law (home defense only, no automatic or pump shotguns, breech load only), but I still would have to get ATF to sign off on it (and only rich guys seem to be able to do that).

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Query: who goes camping without a Swiss Army knife?

smh. ;-)


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My 16 year old niece gave me some cash for Christmas that she actually worked hard for at a job I helped get her, instead of asking her parents for money. I am so ridiculously proud of her! I ran down to Dunkin and spent it immediately on large iced macchiato before they closed for the day.


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I got Occult Adventures, Distant Shores, and Cheliax, the Infernal Empire. All great stuff!

Didn't get my wife a Dutch Oven, went to Victoria's Secret instead, I'm way better at shopping there then stupid home stores. She completely agrees. :-)


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captain yesterday wrote:
Didn't get my wife a Dutch Oven, went to Victoria's Secret instead, I'm way better at shopping there then stupid home stores. She completely agrees. :-)

Plus a gift from there for momma is a gift for papa! You're just buying fancy wrapping paper for the gift that (if you have a good marriage) keeps on giving!


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Oh we have a very good marriage, just gets better. :-)

Of course, my professionalism at acquiring attractive (and comfortable) undergarments only helps.


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Rawr! wrote:

Merry/Happy Christmas, everyone!

I waited until Santa got to Sharoth's house before mauling him. Santa face-ripping feels wrong somehow, though.

~grumbles~ Thanks a lot!!! Santa is suing me now. That is not the Christmas present that I wanted.


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Have you tried seducing Mrs. Claus, quid pro quo and all, or you know some other lawyerly sounding words.


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Barry Zuckercorn wrote:
Have you tried seducing Mrs. Claus, quid pro quo and all, or you know some other lawyerly sounding words.

I can't. Mrs. Claus has had a Restraining Order against me for years. Something about getting too fresh with a married woman.


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I struck out myself, the difference between a Dutch Oven and a Dutch Windmill may not seem like much to you or I, but women know.

Dutch Windmills just aren't trendy enough any more.


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Treppa wrote:
So, we learned this morning that oven-fresh sweet rolls make me sick. No eggs in them. Good to know. TMYK!

I have fresh Christmas cinnamon bagels for everyone. Take two, please.


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Puffy the Breakfast Roll wrote:
Treppa wrote:
So, we learned this morning that oven-fresh sweet rolls make me sick. No eggs in them. Good to know. TMYK!
I have fresh Christmas cinnamon bagels for everyone. Take two, please.

You traitor!


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S#~~! It's... It's back! I ate you this morning! We all saw it happen! Oh s+%@ oh s!@! oh s%$&. Game over man! The Breakfastpocalypse is upon us!


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Won't somebody please think of the Lucky Charms!!!


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David M Mallon wrote:
Currently re-watching Hot Fuzz for probably the 30th or 40th time. The fact that it can still make me laugh after that many viewings impresses the hell out of me.

Took me three years to sit down and watch Hot Fuzz from beginning to end with interruption. I'd admit it is one of the most hilarious films I've ever seen.

Merry Christmas everybody. Mom, loves the Barns & Noble gift card I bought her and we hitting the Strip for dinner this evening.

Having a relaxing morning watching Star Wars Episode I - VI in order. No "A Carol Christmas, Scrooge, It's a beautiful life" or any of those recycled holiday classics playing for the last 40 some years. My Christmas, it's Stormtroopers, explosions, light sabers, dead Jedi bodies, and exploding Sith Lords. Especially the later, better than a star over Bethlehem.


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We watch the family guy star wars trilogy every Christmas.


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I'd like to help with festivities but I was eaten alive several Thankgivings ago.


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houstonderek wrote:
I can't be naked around guns, either, in case anyone was curious.

Pick Me!


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Remember kids!

Toxic waste does not make good dinner roll spread.

Use mutagen instead.


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The Naked Gun wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
I can't be naked around guns, either, in case anyone was curious.
Pick Me!

Eyes shift left and right

Something about this seems... familiar.. just can't put my finger on it...


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It decided to snow today, a light, fluffy snow that isn't accumulating much but really looks pretty.

Suck it, El Nino.


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Well the turkeys are after me. I was running late to get to my brother's and there was a whole flock of wild turkeys camped out in my front yard... Were they expecting to be fed?! It was hard getting out without running any over. I would have given them some bread but I was running late... Poor birds.


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Christmas dishes are done.


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Still waiting on dinner here. Had awesome appetizers and drinks.

Mom's being difficult, but it is Christmas...

has another drink


Kari Byron looks hot in silver.


Freehold DM wrote:

Still waiting on dinner here. Had awesome appetizers and drinks.

Mom's being difficult, but it is Christmas...

has another drink

Use the "special" additive in her drink.


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Still enveloped in a warm, mauve, port-y haze. Aaaah.

Spent most of the day helping tiny nephew throw things into a stream and battling the cat over possession of a length of shiny string. And I watched 'Finding Nemo'. And lost at Cluedo.

Spoiler:

It was Reverend Green in the conservatory with the candlestick.


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We played Clue, once.

The General went first rolled a six, went in the first room she saw and solved the whole thing on her first guess.

No one else even got to move.


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captain yesterday wrote:

We played Clue, once.

The General went first rolled a six, went in the first room she saw and solved the whole thing on her first guess.

No one else even got to move.

So it was a General Guess?


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Sharoth wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

We played Clue, once.

The General went first rolled a six, went in the first room she saw and solved the whole thing on her first guess.

No one else even got to move.

So it was a General Guess?

That joke was pun'ishment.

Seriously, you left pun'itive damages.
Next time you think you have a joke, pun't it away, or pun'ch yourself.

...those are all the jokes I can hap'pun to think of about puns without really spinning up something seriously reaching, and I think I've s'pun enough.


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More like General Devastation, she has also left us in economic ruin in less then two hours playing Monopoly.

I don't think I need to tell tale of the Life fiasco.

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