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  1. Farmers and tradesmen in small towns north of Boston faced off against the world's best soldiers who were sent to confiscate a couple of small cannons and other weapons. The movie 'April Morning' is worth watching, if you can find it.
    7 points
  2. This is my Shadow, 16yr old Hines 57 dog. Untitled by Johnny Rotten, on Flickr
    5 points
  3. I'll bring this thread back to life... In the midst of this madness, we brought this guy home Easter weekend. A friend of my wife's dogs unexpectedly had 13 puppies and it was time for our boys to have another dog. He's a black lab, Black Russian terrier mix, we named him Shadow. He leads a hard life around here.... Potty training is still very much a work in process at this point, some apparent tummy issues aren't helping. Otherwise he's very good natured and is learning the basics reasonably well. Our cat (the turd) is unconvinced, which suits me fine.
    4 points
  4. Since this thread is old we had a change. Daisy passed away and we got a new girl named Pearl , chocolate labradoodle. Little Ellie is still hangin in there.
    3 points
  5. Ginger roughing it on her boat!
    3 points
  6. This is Pepper, our rescue merle colored Blue Heeler. Super sweet, unless you're the Amazon guy, and very smart. Best girl dog ever.
    2 points
  7. This is my furbaby. Her name is Sami but she is affectionately known as "dork"..lol
    2 points
  8. This is Rufus. I use to field trial labs, raised Rufus the same way. He is a darn good dove retriever.
    2 points
  9. Nice Ghillie suit.
    2 points
  10. I took the snow pics March 1st along the NC/TN border.
    2 points
  11. Yes on that day 89 men fro 23 towns in Massachusetts were killed or wounded in Concord. By the next morning Massachusetts had 12 regiments in the field. Within 1 week 16,000 men from 4 New England colonies formed a siege outside British occupied Boston. The British thought every able-bodied male had become a soldier.
    2 points
  12. This is my Ellie.
    2 points
  13. Our two rescues, Delta and Cali
    2 points
  14. I can help you out. I've got a Gen 5 G19 that is in really good shape. The only catch is that I had the frame professionally stippled by Rocket City Stippling down in Alabama and I have grown to just not really prefer the feeling of it. He did a fantastic job, but I have been teetering on the edge of ordering a new frame ($100 from Glock) for it. Hit me up if you're interested. We can talk pricing and I can show you some pics. I'm factoring the cost of a new frame into the sale price, so you can assume it'll be $100 lower than you'd buy a G19 for otherwise. This is the g
    2 points
  15. I have not bought a projectile in a good minute. Here are a few of the boolits I cast and powder coat.
    2 points
  16. 36" Exmark Walk-behind, no Sulky, wore out 2 pair of sneakers per season! Blood pressure was never better, tho! It was the yard-gates that kept me small, I only had a small trailer, didn't want to bring 2 mowers, so if the 36 didn't fit, I didn't cut it (and there were a few smaller gates I had to pass on the jobs). Now my fat a$$ rides a 42 Husq around the property... what I wouldn't give for my old ExMark! I started my hardscaping at my own home. Neighbor liked the work, asked if I could do one for him. His buddy liked the work, asked if I could... Kudo's for your atti
    2 points
  17. I no longer care about all that. I just want a haircut.
    2 points
  18. I have a gen3 glock 26 with 2 mags, +2 extension for each mag, extended slide release, previous owner did knuckle undercut and have original box and baseplates. The gun does have a little holster wear. i am looking to trade for a 9mm home defense pistol. If you have something that you would be interested in trading please share it via text at 7314153963 or pm me. Thanks!
    1 point
  19. I had two Malamutes years ago when my girls were growing up. Great dogs and NOBODY got near my girls when they were around.
    1 point
  20. I always look at what I'm trying to accomplish and then make a selection based on that. Hunting, weight retention and expansion. Dangerous thick skinned critters, heavy, solid, large meplat etc. Never really looked at the marketing/ company description stuff since I started reloading. I focus on the simple truths. Weight, intended bullet function, coefficient. From there everything is an equation I can plug into a calculator.
    1 point
  21. You guys clearly haven’t met my wife.
    1 point
  22. Your rug has a nose.
    1 point
  23. This is entirely unacceptable.
    1 point
  24. I am not a Glock fan. I sold all my Glocks (2)
    1 point
  25. I prefer #2, but I can’t buy em all.
    1 point
  26. Hello everybody, it getting to be that time of year again. Here are my classes for the year, all of these classes are free. April 4 Edible wild and medicinal plants Primitive fire building This will be given at Standing Stone State Park (bear Livingston, TN)as part of their nature rally, don’t have the times as of yet, I usually do one before lunch and one after. May 2 Crossville, TN 1:00PM EDIBLE WILD AND MEDICINAL PLANTS Class size 15, be prepared to hike a mile or so regardless of the weather, contact me for scheduling June 6 Edib
    1 point
  27. If you trust your neighbor, that's the best endorsement right there. He's hired the contractor, twice. Doesn't mean something can't go wrong, $hit happens? Hauling into the woods is a lot easier than chipping, and greatly impacts his cost: he can bring the tractor with a trailer and pickup, climb the tree and drop it safely in the yard with ropes by himself? 2-man crew, no equipment. MUCH cheaper than a couple white guys, 5 mexicans, 2 large commercial trucks, bobcat, stump grinder, chipper... You're looking at $300 in Diesel just to show up with a crew like that. OK, $200 w/ today's fue
    1 point
  28. I would just go with an adjustable gas block. I doubt a heavier buffer would fix all the issues.
    1 point
  29. I just did mine with the help of my longsuffering wife. It ain't pretty...
    1 point
  30. I haven't done much comparing. Did Skype a few years ago and it was ok. My wife uses FaceTime but that is Apple only. My wife started using Zoom for a weekly meeting after everyone was told to stay home and seemed to work so I got an account and setup a gathering of 3 friends and it worked so well we schedule lunch together once a week now. We used Zoom on Easter to visit with family, 6 of us in 3 states, worked good. Zoom has a free mode that is unlimited time for two people but limits you to 40 minutes for more than 2. They gifted me unlimited on my first 2 gatherings. The latest they cut us
    1 point
  31. My panoramic picture taking skills lack much to be desired.
    1 point
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  33. I have seen 3 in the last 2 weeks. Probably just passing through. Hoping to get some to stick around soon.
    1 point
  34. If you already have a need for a commercial mower picking up some yards will make a little more sense. I used a 42” Exmark walk behind in the late 90s for a few weeks, but other than that I have mostly used 48”. I have seen a few 32-33” walk behinds used by some people I know and trust their judgements. I think I have seen more Bobcat brand than any. Their reasoning was entering backyard gates. The absolute best mower I ever used was a 48” John Deer hydro walk-behind. It gave over a decade of reliable service without many surprises. However, I am a huge Snapper fan but the new ones do
    1 point
  35. Yep. Mom in Chattanooga already has several. We put feeders out last weekend and I saw our first hummer yesterday.
    1 point
  36. What's that old adage...Quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten.
    1 point
  37. Ride through some of the neighborhoods. If you see more landscapers than you see yards that need to be cut it’s a sign the market is saturated with landscapers.
    1 point
  38. This whole situation is very interestin, and a real lesson in the truth that " elections mean things "... The people of VA have been sold out to the carpetbaggers in Northern VA and the VA Beach area... We have some of that same potential in the Memphis n Nashville area, as well as pockets in the east.. Beware... Watchin leroy.
    1 point
  39. What’s the saying we love to employ around here for when folks are looking at buying stuff and thinking about cheating out on gun parts? Buy once, cry once. Tree removal is a job for the professionals, and the professionals only.
    1 point
  40. After the Obama years it is beyond my comprehension why anyone is not at least marginally prepared.
    1 point
  41. Unless someone gives you theirs first.
    1 point
  42. Capitalism beats the crap out of socialism. "Bernieism".
    1 point
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