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About bigsack

  • Birthday 04/16/1986

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    Ringgold, GA

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  1. my worst ones on radio any of the first things first w/ julie bumguardner. the absurd and asinine senarios shes trying to tell parrents to talking to their teens about just get on my last nerve. yeah, every teen who goes to prom ends up at a cocaine induced hotel orgy... right.... ok lady, go jump of a bridge so you better understand the experience and you can then teach chattanoogs youth about it. the other one that makes we want to carve my hammer anvil and annulus bones out of my ear canal is the rhinoshield... its so annoying.
  2. what is the difference between a 12 round p226 40/357 magazine and a 12 round p229 40/357 magazine? am i missing something?
  3. Thanks for the reply's guys. first off i have noticed something else about this new cable box. it appears to up convert everything to 1080i. previously when you would change the channel from a standard def to hd channel the tv would go black for a second or two while the tv would reformat the picture. i noticed this when i was changing channels on the cable box while the tv's channel display was on, in the old way it would show 480i, 720p, 1080i depending on what you were viewing from the cable box. i have been all through the standard menus and tried all of the options within those and those just make it worse. i have some pictures i have taken of the tv with various imputs. straight cable standard def cable box standard def progam(but up converted to hd) cable box HD (menu screen to show curve) ps3 hd now previously i had this thing set up so that on standard def i had vertical letter box(i can't stand stretched and distorted picture.) and on hd the screen would be full with no cropping. the Tv would do all of this automatically.
  4. i have a 34in sony Wega HD flat screen tube, yes it's a heavy Edited to Remove Profanity ----Edited to Remove Profanity ----Edited to Remove Profanity ----, it appears to be missing part of the picture. on an HD channel it appears like its trying to put a 40 in picture on a 34 in screen. on standard def, the the picture it vertical letterbox which is fine, how ever the edge of the picture is curved in at the middle like an hour glass. this is a problem particularly while playing playstation last week we had to get a new cable box from charter and according to my wife the cable guy had to "stretch the screen." but thats all the info she can offer. i have been though all of the standard menus in the settings and haven't been able to come up with anything. after a bit of google fu, ive come across "service mode" they have all kinds of warnings about messing with it if you don't have a manual or know what your doing.(which appearantly the cable guy had neither) on the back of the tv there is a plug behind a cover flap that looks like a usb and says "service only" so what do i need to do? i'd like to fix this before i have to call the cable company back and give them a piece of my mind for messing with things they shouldn't be.
  5. i lurk on there every day, but never have joined. this makes me wonder.
  6. not not marry me marry me, but perform the ceremony. im getting married in july in cleveland, to my wonderful fiance. its an outdoor wedding, and we are looking for a non denominational ceremony/officiant. if you are a minister, or know one who fits the bill, please post here or pm me. thanks. Josh
  7. welcome, i too am a N. Ga guy who works in TN.
  8. thanks for the input guys. i had been thinking going the com-tac route, but the kholster looks promising. even with my cheapie holster i don't think ive ever been "made." im 6'3'' 230 i wear my pants/shorts a size bigger so i can hide it well. does the kholster work with a p229 rail? i don't see it listed
  9. So getting ready to got to Easter services this morning i realized i need a tuckable IWB holster for my carry piece. i normally don't tuck my shirts in so my cheap uncle mikes IWB is fine, but with a shirt and tie not so much. so what do yall recommend for a tuckable IWB holster for a sig P229 w/ rail. i generally carry at 3:30-4:00 on my right side. What say you?
  10. yeah stay the heck out of brainerd. ha ha. id say go downtown and stay down there.
  11. when you go to Wal-mart and see that they don't have any of "your" calibers. But with what they do have you go through your phones contacts list muttering to yourself, "hmmm, he has a .40 i wonder is he needs any?.. i know so n so could use some .357 mag... i think i'll call 'em"
  12. so whats the self life for gasoline, and whats a good/ideal way to store between 15 and 50 gallons? this is for TEOTWAWKI/ SHTF senario.
  13. In GA your car is also considered an extension of your home. so it is legal to carry a loaded weapon in your car, but i think it is supposed to remain open.
  14. well my dad did get the gun, and it is a model 190. it looks to be in pretty good condition. i cleaned it up for him and we shot a few rounds through it. it has an old weaver scope on it which could probly use some adjustment. right now its hard to focus the sight picture. the only "bad" thing about it is is the charging handle was broken at some point, and now there is like a thumb screw thing-a-ma-bob in its place. the thumb screw, is slightly bend and turns but don't unscrew. but everything functions like "butta" the good thing about being the family "gun nut" is he told me anytime i wanted to shoot it just buy my own ammo one of these days i'll get some pictures and post. thanks for all the information guys
  15. do they have any 7.62x39 ammo? and how much is it?


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