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About StumpyBeagle

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  1. Nope it's a full blown commercial, I've seen it on there four separate times now around the 8 to 9 o'clock time. Uses the pretty little blonde girl talking about confidence. Comes from the extended video below.
  2. I appreciate the reply. I disconnected the cable and the satellite about a year ago, been living on Netflix, Hulu and Sling so I don't see a whole lot of commercials. I turned on the Dish in the middle of the election just for Fox News Channel because I just couldn't stand to watch CNN and their coverage, That's the only news service that Sling supplies. Glad to see Fox and Glock grow a pair and put those commercials up with Trump getting elected, although it would have been fun if they had done it 6 months ago just to hear the gun grabbers squeal like a pig.
  3. Anyone else seen this yet? At first I thought it was a leftover NRA political commercial but then saw a Glock sign on the wall and they started talking about the Glock 43 I think it was. Anyone else see this or am I just catching up here?
  4. You might check out Martin, Tn. UT Martin being located there you probably can find a better choice of lodging and restaurants there and it's about the same distance as Paris.
  5. You might also try some natural lump charcoal. I have a Big Green Egg smoker and the BGE brand of charcoal is made by Royal Oak. It's all hardwoods, oak and hickory. You can purchase it online or at any Big Green Egg dealer. About $20 for a twenty pound bag. I've tried a lot of cheaper lump charcoals and found a lot of crap like nails and screws in the ash but never any problems out of the BGE brand. I've turned out some great BBQ tenderloin and shoulders. As soon as I fire it up my neighbors start coming out of the woodwork. You can't beat the flavor and it's easy to transport.
  6. Channel 4 News   Three parole officers were asked to leave a T.G.I. Friday’s restaurant in Franklin Tuesday because they were armed.  A manager told the parole officers they were not allowed to have guns in the restaurant. The incident caused a social media backlash and got all the way to the Tennessee Fraternal Order of Police. “The officers are out there to protect the public,” said Johnny Crumby, president of the Tennessee Fraternal Order of Police. “If somebody comes in while someone is on their lunch break, they are not off-duty. They are still an officer. They will respond to whatever occurs there.” The Tennessee Department of Correction confirmed the officers were in uniform and carrying state-issued law enforcement IDs at the time. The restaurant chain bans customers from carrying guns, but law enforcement officers are allowed to eat in the restaurants while armed. Friday’s corporate office interviewed the manager who asked the officers to leave and came to the following conclusion:   The incident at our Franklin, Tennessee restaurant was caused by a manager’s misunderstanding of our company gun policy, and that manager has since been coached on the policy and now knows that police officers are always allowed to carry guns in our restaurants, whether they are in uniform or not. We have reached out to the officers to personally apologize for the unfortunate misunderstanding, and we’ve invited them back in to join us for a free lunch. Channel 4 reached out for an interview with the officers, but the department of correction would not allow it. TDOC officials pointed out the officers all quietly and respectfully left the restaurant when they were asked to leave. Read more: http://www.wsmv.com/story/30209717/parole-officers-asked-to-leave-fridays-restaurant#ixzz3nvJ3HpBM  
  7. The Big Bucket, sold at your local Kroger store. Add three cups (750ml) of your favorite tequila and freeze it for eight hours if you like it frozen or the bucket has a tap built right in if you like it over the rocks. It's not a fantastic margarita but it is a really good one.
  8. Very nice! Never have figured out why Dodge doesn't make the Charger in a coupe.
  9. I have one as well, bad back and not comfortable sitting on my gun. Works great in my situation. Black interior with tinted windows all the way around and not visible on the brightest of days. Easy access but I'm in a SUV so lots of room to spare. The guy that services my vehicle saw it and asked me about it and bought 3.
  10. You're very talented, laughed till my sides hurt. Your Dad has the same gift my dad had, all it took is one look and it said volumes, he never had to say a thing... As far as being racist, only if they WANT it to be and that seems to be most everybody's problem they want to be offended. My wife has  to explain things to me sometimes because I'm a little slow on the uptake of being offended.
  11. Yes fantastic shot. It's that small slice of history you might capture. I drive my wife and friends crazy with my camera. I'll step out of line and hold the shutter button down till what ever is happening is over. I've told her that her job is to make sure I don't get run over by an oncoming car or other traffic. We were at The Grand Canyon and she's convinced if I fell over the edge I'd be holding the shutter button down till I hit bottom...
  12. Not my best, but a few of my favorites. Falls Mills Tennessee Port of Los Angeles California The Island of Hawaii
  13. Might be cheaper to see if Surefire can rehabilitate it.
  14. Shooters Grill in Rifle Colorado   http://youtu.be/AhH25xLkvz8

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