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  1. Folks - islam demands submission of non-believers - called dhimmi, and the act of self censoring oneself to comply with islamic rules/laws is called dhimmitude. So all those who say its not a "good idea" to draw mohammed are already on board with islam - even if you don't intend to be - becAuse you have submitted
    6 points
  2. Yes this is about PROVOCATION. Radical Muslims and their open hatred and bigotery of other religions and cultures, and hatred of the west and freedom have PROVOKED decent people who champion freedom and the Constitution to send them a message by telling them they will not be intimidated by their threats and will not back down to them by drawing Muhammid cartoons.
    5 points
  3. You should have explained to the person that the word "ni$$er"has little to nothing to do with skin color and EVERYTHING to do with mentality and personal conduct.  Then you should have explained to the person that it is against your own personal code of conduct to consort with a 'ni$$er' and politely excused yourself because....well, they'll get the idea.         While i'm on the subject, I've met a lot of people from all walks of life.  Good and bad.  'ni$$ers' come in all colors, orientations and religions and if I were to tell the honest truth about i
    5 points
  4. Kick him in the balls. Tell him that I am holding a member of your family hostage, and you HAD to do it. It's ok to give him my name.
    5 points
  5.   Yep and yep.  We priced at roughly $12K more than I needed.  We got asking price, cash.  They sure as heck didn't offer 65% of the house's value as was suggested by FTE.   *shrug*   I'm just considering myself thankful and counting my blessing rather than worrying about counting dollars.
    5 points
  6. Where did you talk to him at? If it was at HIS place of employment I would raise the biggest stink I could because had you used that word they would have. And if at a place of employment let us know so we can avoid it. I would have a hard time not going ballistic. I am a successful white guy that is tired of people implying I should be guilty for enjoying the hard earned fruits of my labor. And just because I don't want to give more it does not mean I am a racist. Anyone can be as successful as me, probably more so, if they work at it. Kind of hard to be successful at anything if you are
    4 points
  7. Being offensive is important. If you don't use it, you risk losing it.
    4 points
  8. Didn't know you could bait muslims with cartoons. What's the season, and is there a bag limit?
    4 points
  9. I have absolutely zero dogs in this fight or fucks to give about this event. Still, I imagine quite a few of y'all will get get a chuckle out of this.
    4 points
  10. Finally got my very first 1911 - a Springfield Armory Loaded Parkerized. Sorry for the terrible pictures. Haven't had a chance to shoot it yet, but I did field strip it and do an initial cleaning. A couple of observations along those lines: 1. Everything I had read about the FLGR is absolutely true. Even using the included allen wrench, I didn't think I'd ever get the thing loose. And getting it back together after cleaning? Yeah, it was even more... interesting. May eventually go with the GI guide rod. 2. Even more difficult than the FLGR, however, was getting the slide stop
    3 points
  11. SEX AFTER DEATH A couple made a deal that whoever died first would come back and inform the other if there is sex after death. Their biggest fear was that there was no after life at all. After a long life together, the husband was the first to die. True to his word, he made the first contact: "Alice ...  Alice " "Is that you, Bob?" "Yes, I've come back like we agreed." "That's wonderful! What's it like?" "Well, I get up in the morning, I have sex. I have breakfast and then it's off to the golf course. I have sex again, bathe in the warm sun and then have sex a couple of
    3 points
  12. So I have been intrigued by qaudcopter's for a little while now and decided last week that I was going to get one just to play with and have some fun.  I have no experience with flying RC anything so my sensibility kicked in and after some research, I decided to order a fairly cheap quad to learn and play with.  My usual route is to go big or go home, but as it turns out, I am pretty impressed with this thing even though the whole setup was pretty cheap.  I will go into total cost in a bit.   After some research I decided that I wanted something that was a decent size tha
    3 points
  13. Cut and dremel the A2 down? Nothing's more secure than a pinned gas block.
    3 points
  14. Event organizers were required by the Center to pay for additional security as a prerequisite to holding the event. Good call, I'd say. Odd how those holding pro islamic events (or events bashing Christianity) aren't required to procure additional security, but Christianity or pro freedom groups are the problem.
    3 points
  15. I live in hendersonville, come on over and I'd be happy to show you how to do it and let you do it to get the experience. 
    3 points
  16. Why, exactly, are we concerned with provoking a cult that has been in a declared war on our culture for 1400 years, a declared war on our country for 36 years? Has it become prudent to remain silent in the face of barbarity?
    3 points
  17. Anyone who can make love to his 1911, should probably stick to that. I don't see him being of much use to any woman in his life. 45 caliber, or hundredths of an inch diameter, may be considered "big bore" in the land of pistols but not anywhere else, if you know what I mean.
    3 points
  18.   Then whats your left hand going to do while your right one is being awesome?
    3 points
  19. Most people had never heard of? You don't follow boxing, do you?
    3 points
  20. Good idea,tarheelbball. But don't be afraid of the "idiot scratch." It is a sign of advancement in the gun world. You've gotten into a 1911 and won.
    3 points
  21. I kinda hate to sell this one but I've bought too many guns lately and need to make room. It's in great condition, only 50 rounds put through it. Comes with the following: Ruger SR1911 Stainless Commander Gray/black G10 grips Original grips included Box, carry bag, papers, ect Two factory 7 rounds magazines Garrett Industries Silent Thunder STX 2.0 leather lined kydex holster Sold.....thanks!
    2 points
  22. Well wife came home late last night. I had a sneaking suspicion she was buying me a gift. Low and behold she got me a Glock 29. Ever since reading TGO David's post about 10mm underwood I've been thinking about getting one. I've really enjoyed my 26 so I thought a 29 would be a good fit. So far I love it. Gen 4 feels great in my hand and point perfect. Now to pick up some ammo and have a little range time!
    2 points
  23.    I'm sure his hands are beat to death from his smartphone screen and starbucks coffee.
    2 points
  24. If I've learned one thing from liberals it's when you are losing a fight just start calling your opponent names.
    2 points
  25. This one is headed to Hawaii made to the new owners requests. It's 1/4" thick 1095 carbon steel with textured black G10 scales. Man oh man is it a hoss..... :rofl:
    2 points
  26. Your friend needs new friends....just sayin'.
    2 points
  27. I like you worked my whole life for my meager existence....that I'm quite happy with by the way. Nobody gave my wife or myself a damn thing nor did we ever sit on our ass and take a handout. I don't owe anyone a damn thing and nobody owes me anything either. I'm sick of the left trying to make me feel bad cause some loser chooses to be lazy and expect a handout on my dime. Screw that.
    2 points
  28. The Rossi in .45 Colt gets my vote. 45/70 is a bit overkill in the brush. If youre scooting out to 100 or better, then yeah, use it but inside 50-75 yards, the 45 Colt will get it done. Wish you lived closer. You could come by and we'd cast you up some 340g bullets from a custom mold I had cut. Guaranteed to punch a hole in a pig and make him spew like a hot can of beer! The large meplat makes very large blood spigots.
    2 points
  29. If you had more mags I might be interested, WOW ! GLWS !
    2 points
  30.   It's was as much prudence as a blessing and it was the smart play.  Going the other route, you would have had to deal with an empty house with a 2nd mortgage/insurance/property tax hit to worry about until you sold it.   But this is America, and for some people selling a house equates to a hustle opportunity.  When the day comes that I buy and sell a house, I'll be as thankful as you to just avoid a loss in the giant shell game that is the housing market.   Piece of mind, having the deed done (no pun intended) and a small profit to squirrel away or apply to your
    2 points
  31. You can't reason with a lib. They are mental sexual. I prefer the title ammo organizer :)
    2 points
  32. I watched it. Meh. Disappointing. It looked like a warm-up. Not even a drop of blood for 36 minutes and $400 million? Sheesh. Yea, I've heard three people so far say they had never heard of Pacquiao... and about a dozen people gasp and give them that "From under what rock did you just crawl out?!" look of bewilderment. Lol!
    2 points
  33.   Season is 365 days/yr. No bag limit. Be prepared to piss off liberals too (I enjoy that part).
    2 points
  34. The way I see things ya missed the point, or ya don't like it....We have freedom of speech and association in this country... Ya seem to be advocating censorship in the name of " the common good"; along with a pretty good dose of '"...I know best"...I think that sounds a bit elitist ta me... Are you gonna be the censor for TGO only, or everybody at large...? By the way, I'm all for havin everybody have their say... Even the Westboro children... The point is that you nor anyone else is a "censor" in this country... Ya can argue about and criticize the venue and the value of the "exhi
    2 points
  35. Well, "Dustin" ain't right on the money either:     There are no restrictions/requirements regarding the transportation of hand guns or long guns in TN.     Comment makes no sense, as again, there are no requirements for transport of any firearm (other than one must not be prohibited from possession by law).   Of course his intent is well taken, but best to be completely accurate about firearm laws yourself if you're ranting about inaccurate coverage of them. :)   - OS
    2 points
  36. Disliking the Baltimore rioters doesn't make me a bigot. Calling them thugs doesn't make me racist. Disliking a 'religion' that tells its followers to enslave or kill nonbelievers, & subvert law and government to establish'religious' rule doesn't make me a bigot either. But go ahead and say it does, if you like. The word (like racist) has lost its sting. The ability to see something (or someone) for what it is, and the right to call it what it is, isn't something I am anxious to surrender.
    2 points
  37. Does anyone else remember the Muslim Day event held on the Texas State Capitol steps awhile back? They exercised their free speech right and were met with 1 woman protesting that their god is not our God. She was exercising her right to speak freely and was escorted away. No bullets went flying. The issue is actions vs. words. I can say that my dog's crap is holy and doesn't stink but when I fling that sh*t in you face for you to smell....that crosses the line. Actions make the difference. The Muslims are pushing their beliefs by violent actions and it is not by a militant minority. Our G
    2 points
  38. Freedom of Speech simply means the government can't prosecute you for speaking against them. Speech has plenty of consequences the Constitution can't protect you from. Plenty of people have been fired for speech, killed for speech. Say what you have to say, but know the consequences and be ready to face them.
    2 points
  39.   This is the first thought that I had.  I don't think we should live in fear of drawing political cartoons, but there is also consequences for actions, and sometimes common sense should be exercised for the interest of safety.  
    2 points
  40. no trades? i thought i liked you :rant: :surrender:
    1 point
  41. With this much debate, clearly you need to buy something new and specifically suited to the task at hand. That's what I'd tell my wife anyway... ;)
    1 point
  42.   Thanks for the generous offer!  I should have the gas block in next week.  I'll PM you when it's in to get a time, address, and your favorite beer. 
    1 point
  43. Yep. I agree. hundreds of thousands if not several million people would die in a matter of hours and more in just a few days due to loss of medical care and equipment that requires electricity. The supply chain of everything we need to live would be broken and chaos would break out everywhere. This would overload everything and I seriouslly doubt even martial law would have any affect. This could be started in a heartbeat from an attack from an ISIS cell hidden here for that very mission. Imagine what would happen when ALL the underground ISIS cells that are here started attacking all over the
    1 point
  44. I feel sorry for anyone who lost money on the fight. Pacman had a shoulder injury and his team didn't check the injury box on the form sheet after weigh in so he was denied a cortisone shot before the fight. Could have changed the outcome.
    1 point
  45. I wonder if you can combine it with a video projector to make a cheap FATS simulator to run scenarios.
    1 point
  46.   That's pretty much the way it happened with me as well. lol
    1 point
  47. "It's (ie...the grid) not adequately protected from cyber or physical sabotage," Pry said in an interview with Fox News. This is the more realistic threat and is just as real. I've said it before on another thread here on this subject. Power transformers (161KV 500kv and up) are made to order due to cost to manufacture with a 2 year turnaround. EVERYTHING else on the grid is there to protect these transformers. A syncronized attack could put the grid in the dirt in a heartbeat. Utter disaster wouldl follow in days.
    1 point
  48. Part of me thinks the attack plays right into the aims of its organizers.  Not saying they were hoping to become the target of an attack, but it definitely give them a "told you so" moment.  The left isn't the only one to use a crisis to further their aims.
    1 point
  49. Just out of interest, I put this together for right around $700 + scope (it's wearing a cheap crapper in the pic) . . .
    1 point
  50. THAT is the way to lower prices on 22LR.
    1 point
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