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DaveTN

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About DaveTN

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  • Birthday 05/01/1955

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    Murfreesboro, TN

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  1. Thanks, I went with the Nitecore D4. I want to stick with one battery type I will use with all my lights. That will be the 18650 button top. I’m not buying anything that isn’t protected. I got the Streamlight Pro Tac HL 5-X USB, It is a beast. I’m happy with it, just don’t like the switch and programming. (Maybe I’ll get used to it.) I just ordered a Fenix pd35 v2.0 for my smaller carry light. It should be here Wednesday.
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    Music groups-Bands from 60's and 70's

    Best female rock singer that is still alive: 1. Stevie Nicks 2. Grace Slick
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    Music groups-Bands from 60's and 70's

    I’d be here all day trying to pick 5 or even 10, or more. We had the greatest music of all time. I’m sure all generations say that; but with us it’s an undisputed fact.
  4. I got my Streamlight PROTAC HL 5-X USB a couple of days ago. At 3500 lumens this thing is a monster amount of light in a reasonable size package. I really like this light but the “TEN TAP” programming and the switch sucks. Maybe I’ll get used to it. I was going to also get the PROTAC 2L-X USB for my pocket carry light but after seeing the programming and switch from Streamlight I ordered the Fenix PD35 V2.0. It will be here next week.
  5. Cops see plenty of those videos and study plenty of Officer involved shootings when they are in training. It’s why they shoot people that they think are trying to pull a weapon to kill them; because most of the time they are. Glad the Officers lived through that. The shooter was convicted; hopefully he will never walk free again. It also shows the effects of an adrenalin rush, the Officer kept yelling for him to get on his back; he was on his back. I think they wanted him on his stomach.
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    Fence installers around Murfreesboro?

    Bratton Brothers did my 6Ft. Black Vinyl chain link. They removed the old fence and put in the new. They were fast, did an excellent job, and their price wasn’t much more than it was going to cost me to order the materials and do it myself. That was almost 20 years ago, I don’t know how they are now. https://www.brattonbros.com/
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    Software Upgrade 09-AUG-2018

    I don’t know if I’m the only one, but if I try to find a thread I started by clinking on “Content I started” under OWNERSHIP and Everything under READ STATUS; it doesn’t do anything.
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    What’s Amatter With This World

    It’s been happening for decades. We will always have people with mental issues. Identifying them and doing something about it before they kill someone is not popular right now. It’s more popular to blame weapons and try to ban them. It will be interesting to see if this kid exhibited violent behavior prior to this incident.
  9. Only if you have to. At least that's why I did it for so long.
  10. “Stupid is as stupid does.” – Forrest Gump It’s a shame it cost them their lives. And it’s a shame no one talked them out of this.
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    My old body armor from 1995

    You get used to it. I wore mine every day. I was stabbed in the back during a large family fight. I didn’t even know it until I heard another Officer yelling at a guy to get on the ground as he had him at gun point. I was surprised when he said “He just stabbed you”. I had a slit in my shirt and through the vest cover, but it didn’t go through the vest. Mine was just one of many cases of our Officers being shot or stabbed that was saved by a vest. We had to buy our own and there were mostly Second Chance soft body armor under our shirt. I see Officers today wearing much heavier stuff.
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    Stan England introduction

    Welcome. Is your website new? None of the links on the homepage work for me.
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    No Soda for You!

    It’s not the intent of the law, but the Prosecutor offers theft (including other criminal misdemeanors, Criminal Trespass, Disorderly Conduct, Obstructing A Peace Officer, and Resisting Arrest) instead of Robbery on a plea bargain. Case close.
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    No Soda for You!

    45-5-401. Robbery. (1) A person commits the offense of robbery if in the course of committing a theft, the person: (a) inflicts bodily injury upon another; (b) threatens to inflict bodily injury upon any person or purposely or knowingly puts any person in fear of immediate bodily injury; or (c) commits or threatens immediately to commit any felony other than theft. (2) A person convicted of the offense of robbery shall be imprisoned in the state prison for a term of not less than 2 years or more than 40 years and may be fined not more than $50,000, except as provided in 46-18-219 and 46-18-222. (3) "In the course of committing a theft", as used in this section, includes acts that occur in an attempt to commit or in the commission of theft or in flight after the attempt or commission. History: En. 94-5-401 by Sec. 1, Ch. 513, L. 1973; amd. Sec. 9, Ch. 584, L. 1977; R.C.M. 1947, 94-5-401; amd. Sec. 7, Ch. 198, L. 1981; amd. Sec. 7, Ch. 482, L. 1995.

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