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Tuffus last won the day on April 15

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About Tuffus

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  • Birthday 01/03/1954

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  • Location
    Murfreesboro, Tn


  • Handgun Carry Permit
  • Law Enforcement
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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Ruger LCR .357
  • Carry Weapon #2
    FNS 9 compact

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  1. She needs to be reimbursed for any attorney fees that she might have ensued even if she doesn't sue.
  2. No reason to feel inadequate. You seem to have tried and experienced a lot of different things and that's commendable in my book.
  3. I worked at the hospital in Paris Tn. for 30 years as a medical technologist (lab tech.). After 30 years I took my retirement and moved to Murfreesboro because my wife wanted to live there. Took a year off and went to work as a lab tech for 8 more years in Manchester. Decided to retire again. I think this time it might take. Spending my time now playing with my toys. Guns, bicycles, guitars and motorcycles. Rode my bicycle 6018.3 miles last year and am on track to beat that mileage before 2017 is gone. In my spare time I on occasion restore a vintage bicycle and made my first music cd this year of songs I wrote. Yeah, it looks like retirement might just take this time.
  4. Good bike shops are like good gun shops. Give them your business so they can stay in business.
  5. A good wheel set should not break spokes that often. If you have broken 3 spokes already I would consider replacing all the spokes next time you break one. Any good bike shop would be able to rebuild the wheel for you with some good quality spokes. I prefer Wheelsmith or DT spokes when I do a rebuild on my bikes. I have rebuilt several wheels over the last 40 years and never broken a spoke on them. Proper tensioning and good quality spokes are the key.
  6. So we go out on our regular Thursday evening bike club ride and as we cross over I 24 about 5 or 6 police cars pass under with sirens and lights flashing. Then we hear gunfire from the car they were chasing. As we rode south and had to cross back over we saw the state troopers carrying AR 15s and going car to car. The Georgia escapees were on foot in that area after they crashed. That got our heart rate up even more than the ride. Luckily they have been caught.
  7. Here is a gun control survey by the University of Wisconsin - Madison. I did it so they can get some response from responsible gun owners. Just making it available to some like minded people. https://uwmadison.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dh9ONf7jxrPnu97
  8. Wow.....Only in Southside AL....You will not believe what just happened.. I walked into 7/11 to get a drink When I walked up I noticed these 2 officers watching some dude who was smoking while pumping gas.. I saw him & thought, "This guy didn't have much common sense & was he stupid ?!! With the cops right there too?!" But anyway, I went in and got my drink. As I was checking out, I heard someone screaming.. I looked outside and the dude's arm was on fire! He was swinging his arm and running around going crazy! I ran outside and the cops had put him on the ground and were putting the fire out with their coffees!! YES, THEIR COFFEES!...Then they put handcuffs on him and threw him in the police car.. I was thinking "He shouldn't have been smoking near the pump while getting gas!" But being the nosy person that I am, I asked the cops what they were arresting him for.. The cop looked me dead in my eyes and said ... "WAVING A FIREARM!"
  9. Ooops! My bad. fixed it
  10. Sorry for your loss. I lost my dad 2 years ago this month a week shy of his 88th birthday. He didn't leave me any fine weapons like yours did but he did leave many many fond memories as I'm sure yours did.
  11. I was hovering in my 20's with the mouse an "not actually human" with the keyboard.
  12. A great guy I used to work with at the hospital in Manchester has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, only 38 years old. He made the news while trying to fulfill his bucket list. Prayers for him will be much appreciated. http://www.wsmv.com/clip/13039864/car-club-helps-man-with-bucket-list-wishes
  13. My uncle who lives in Nashville gave me a box of Goo Goo Clusters several years ago that were meant to be shipped to France but there was a translation problem into French that caused them to be rejected. Just as tasty as the ones meant for Americans. Maybe tasted even better since they were free.

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