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MrsMonkeyMan2500

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MrsMonkeyMan2500 last won the day on September 9 2016

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About MrsMonkeyMan2500

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    Woodlands of Tennessee

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    Glock 29sf
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    Glock 20

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  1. The whiskey and spirits thread.

    I agree with what everyone said. I also have found that when I buy Jefferson, that is a huge hit too. Monkey really liked Jefferson Ocean and that is usually just under $100.00.
  2. The whiskey and spirits thread.

    I was visiting Mike (a long while back) in Knoxville and I was buying quite a few bottles. This elderly (to the point I wouldn't think she drank) comes up behind me and points out Whistlepig and says, if you like the brown water, you will love this. I laughed and thanked her. I ended up buying 10 and 12 year. Monkey has loved both to the point that I have restocked them. I still can't do it, I am mostly the beer person of the house. But Wistlepig is a huge hit in this house for him and company we have.
  3. Sooo.....I was looking for a dog

    Bersa, I am really sorry for your loss of Kasey. That is really tough when you've been pals for forever and then you lose them. I know I haven't been on at all lately but Monkey said he read about it. I just want you to know that I am really sorry and if you are still looking I have a few fosters that I have picked up that are still fosters because I cannot find a good home (in my opinion) for them. But I know how you pampered Kasey and if you are interested I would be more then happy to send you pictures. They are all fully vetted and neutered/spayed and I will waive my normal adoption fees because I know you would take great care of any companion you get. I have small and large mutts and I have boys and girls. I have semi active to loafs or road buddies who will go anywhere with you. My most recent one is named Harry and he needs a companion for himself. He does good with other dogs but he needs a human of his own and with 10 in the house right now, I know he isn't getting the 1 on 1 time that he needs. He would need a bit of training but that's nothing a patient person and treats couldn't handle. He is skinnier than a bean pole and won't gain weight to save his life. He's 80% legs and 100% snuggler. He curls right up on my lap and sleeps but loves to play ball when you give it to him. Let me know if I can be of any help to you. I will be more then happy to partner you with one of my "fosters", and if mine aren't a good fit, my neighbor across the road also has a wife who does road rescues as well. They have about 20 right now. LOL Feel free to send me a message if you are interested and still looking!
  4. A close friend

    Donation made. I normally save it for the fuzzy ones, but you have been kind in the past and donated when we had The Blacklist Pups fund raiser so let's make it even for Karma's sake? This also might mean you need to take my current foster cat. Just kidding, she has a home she will go to after she is spayed. There are a lot of generous men on here. Monkey and I had a talk about that last night. My current fund raiser for my rescue is at an impasse and I said to him, "You know what blows my mind? A bunch of "mean, gun toting, gun loving men" are the ones who helped us save those dogs." I am shocked that the people I consider closest friends are ones who don't donate or share this. If you are a member on Facebook I would post it on there and spread it around as well. I hope your friend gets better soon!
  5. Lab puppy needed/wanted

    I would adopt this guy in a heartbeat just because of his size and face. The bad part is I already have 9 plus a foster cat and I am pulling in more fosters as it stands because of the stray epidemic where we live. But Moose might be a bit too hair, but what a stud muffin!
  6. 3 blades going to a new home....

    I know, but for Christmas this year we're actually investing in getting a 501c for our small "rescue". I am back at it again this year and I am just about to buy the domain name and have a friend build the site for me while I take care of the paperwork side. But you never know what will happen if I see something I like.
  7. Lab puppy needed/wanted

    Cookeville's animal shelter has a lot of amazing dogs. There were 3 labs there when I was there last week. Instead of buying from a breeder, you could always look up lab rescues and save yourself a lot of money and still get a "pure bred" dog. Or a guy like this named Moose at Big Fluffy Dog rescue. Just a thought!
  8. Car and truck Insurance??

    I saw it said twice already but Zander is really where it is at as far as car insurance. We have 3 vehicles covered, his truck, my suv and our 79 Bronco. The Bronco is insurance for $14,000 despite it's age. It isn't classic car coverage or anything. Also, my suv is a 2017 Sante Fe Sport Turbo with cameras, lane departure and all the whistles. It stayed the same price as my 2005 Sequoia I traded in. Zander will truly go above and beyond. We just don't use them for Home Owners because we're considered "rural" and you bleed through the nose for that no matter where you go.
  9. CBS News: Does this gun make me look fat?

    We were at a private range recently and there is a gentleman there who is a Korean war vet, some of you might know him from Bend of the River in Putnam County. I broke out my 1911 for the first time in a long time during the handgun practice and he gave me a quick lesson over in a corner. I came in 2nd out of 6 shooters for the competition, all the rest were men. He was first. He laughed and said see? That's why I teach women, they listen unlike you guys. Later on, he got out his competition guns, I have never seen anything like them in my life. The grips were apparently made in Europe but they were carved out of blocks of wood to fit his hand. Simply amazing. That kind of color, style and grip I can respect. It was amazing to see.
  10. 3 blades going to a new home....

    I just about fell out of my chair. You're the reason I have been staying away!!! So much talent GT. I love all 3 of them. Totally stunning. I gave my tattoo artist the set of knives I had you make, we finally finished my sleeve. He loved them.
  11. The whiskey and spirits thread.

    Surprise, we didn't fall off the face of the earth. With that being said, every wife is different. Tell her that it is common place in the southern states for wives to be accepting or encouraging of gun and whiskey/bourbon collections. It's the polite and wifely duty.
  12. Karambit pairs headed to a new home...

    It would be the best money ever spent. I've spent the whole night staring at them. These photos so do not do them justice. They're just gorgeous.
  13. Karambit pairs headed to a new home...

    You have no idea. The grip and the feel is unlike anything. I sent him a photo of what I wanted and I bought both sets because I couldn't decide. You guys would be lucky to have a pair, they feel natural in the hand. I don't know which set is my favorite, but they will both be treasured forever. I am beyond in love with both sets!!
  14. The Smallest Caliber You Trust To Carry?

    I am gonna sound crazy compared to most but I carry my g29 on my person and my 20 in my purse. 2 extra mags for my 29 and 3 for my 20. I also carry my 2 GT Kiradishi knives as well.
  15. The whiskey and spirits thread.

    Bob's Liquor is where I go when I can swing a trip. We have a member who works there and they have pretty much everything and anything you can think of. 9am - 9:30pm. (865)693-2483. You can always call on your way up next time and see if they have any.

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