I've gotten this message from several different people in the past 2 weeks and don't ask why I haven't posted the info. Just fucking lazy, I guess.....
Anyways, Kim from http://brownfood.blogspot.com/ was the last to mention it, so I'll give her credit because (once again) I'm too fucking lazy to go through all my comments to find everybody else that told me about it. Here it is:
Thanks for stopping by my blog. :) Hey, if you're into guns which it seems like you are (you're not killing deer with insults), the NRA is offering a free one year membership: http://www.nrahq.org/nrabonus/ :) Kim
Folks, NOW is the time to do this. The Obamites aren't going to take your guns all at once, they're going to do it one step at a time, just like it's been done in regimes past. Join the NRA, there's strength in numbers. And visit Kim's blog - Tales from a lady that's dealing with day to day struggles.
A very gentle Southern lady was driving across the Savannah River Bridge in Georgia one day. As she neared the top of the bridge, she noticed a young man fixing to jump… She stopped her car, rolled down the window and said, ‘Please don’t jump, think of your dear mother and father.’ He replied, ‘Mom and Dad are both dead; I’m going to jump.’ She said, ‘Well, think of your wife and children.’ He replied, ‘I’m not married and I don’t have any kids.’ She said, ‘Well, think of Robert E. Lee.’ He replied, ”Who the Hell is Robert E. Lee?” She replied, ”Well bless your heart. Just go ahead and jump, you dumb ass Yankee.”
Okay, I've done guns. What I want to see now are pictures of your kills and catches. I don't care how old they are, how big they are, if it's you're young un's first fish or kill or whatever. No squirrels, though. Yolo likes squirrels. Send 'em to: email@example.com
Caught this beauty yesterday after work in a very small pond that's in the woods next to my house. For New York State, this is a pretty decent sized Largemouth. Unfortunately, I got him fishing with live shiners. 90% of the time I fish lures, but the last two weeks here have been on the cold side and the bass haven't been hitting anything. I've thrown rubber worms, floating rapalas, and spinners at them, which usually land me at least 6 bass and a bunch of yellow perch and crappie, but they haven't been hitting anything. So I broke down, picked up a bunch of medium sized shinners, and those have been doing the trick.
Hope that you are well and keep up your blog! I look at it several times a day for a good laugh and perhaps a glance at a hot babe or two!
Ibeam's a good friend of mine, known him for several years now.
Nice fish, Bro. With just that one, you've got more bass than I have this year......
Rifles Mossberg 12 ga Not sure .410 Browning BPS 12 ga High Capacity PSL-54C Dragunov clone 7.62 x 54R Romanian AK 47 7.62 x 39 Mossberg plinkster .22 Taurus pump .22 Bushmaster A/R 15 modified for 7.62 x 39 .30 cal M1 carbine Mini 14 .223 Steyr Mannlicher Scout rifle in 450 Marlin
Handguns Kimber Ultra Carry II in .45 ACP Keltec PF9 9mm Taurus .357 snubby Smith & Wesson .38 airweight Taurus PT1911 .45 ACP Magnum Research BFR 450 in .450 Marlin
Hey there, Wirecutter! Parrothead Jeff here stopping by to say hi and tell you I love the blog ;-) So you asked for pictures of guns? I've got a couple for you. Feel free to use all or none. I've added descriptions and links to the original posts on my blog in case you'd like to see more. Here's the info from my blog post about the guns on the couch: From left to right are my Century M70AB1, Marlin Model 60, Swiss K-31, Hi-Point C9, Steyr M95, M91/30, and M44. The Century M70AB1 is a semi-auto version of the Yugoslavian AK-47 which uses many parts of an original Yugo AK, but on a U.S. made semi-auto receiver with a U.S. made barrel and several other U.S. parts. The Marlin Model 60 is a semi-auto .22 rifle which I got from Grandpa via Mom and Dad for my 18th birthday. The K31 once belonged to the Swiss Army and is one of two straight-pull bolt action rifles I own. The Hi-Point C9 is a 9mm semi-auto pistol I paid $120 new for at Ace Hardware in Overton, NV and which has been trouble free for over 1600 rounds. The Steyr M95 was the WWI battle rifle of the Austro-Hungarian Army and was used by several countries for non-front line service through WWII. The MosinNagant 91/30 as used by Russia in both World Wars. The M-44 served with the Russian Army in WWII. Original post at:
Next, the info for the revolver: Yep, I’d made my decision and in the end it was the Heritage Rough Rider that won me over on the merits. It cost about $200 ($150 less than a Ruger Mark III), shoots darn near every type of .22 made (even the really cheap stuff that doesn’t like to work in semi-autos), and it has a nostalgic feeling about it. I debated the question of fixed sights vs. adjustable sights for quite some time. The fixed sights look right. They’re what are supposed to be on the gun. The problem was that they just don’t hold a candle to the adjustable sights when it comes time to pull the trigger. I finally came to the conclusion that I was buying this gun first and foremost to shoot so I would deal with the adjustable sights. Original post at:
It was a hell of a day. Fished 2 rivers, broke my fly reel, got caught in a motherfucker of a hail and lightning storm at the very top of Sonora Pass (9700 feet elevation) and a full day of my Dad fucking with me. It was great.
Well, I'm off to the mountains for a day of fishing with my Dad. More later tonight unless I fall into the river and drown. If he's the one that drowns, it'll probably be tomorrow before I can post more.