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  1. Apple makes stuff easier for people that aren't all that smart and you now how many of those people are out there (not saying that all Mac owners are idiots, I have seen plenty of Android users that are).
  2. I returned your PM with my info. 
  3. I went to this Walmart on Saturday after the UT open practice, we were there around 10pm that night and on the way in 2 college age males strolled out with 40+ cases of natty light. I said well looks to be a good weekend. 
  4. These sound like some good tips. I have been trying to decide what kind of personal watercraft I want to run float the rivers here in East TN. I first thought about a Tunnel Jon Jet Boat but after looking at the price tags for a good set up I decided that I would look at personal watercraft. I then started looking at fishing kayaks and the frame pontoons. I think for my needs and the benefits for me in rougher water I am going to go with the pontoon. I most likely will wait until the winter or spring to see if I can snag a slightly used one for a good price. 
  5. [quote name="otnman" post="1174011" timestamp="1406769981"]Ok, forgive me if this is sme common knowledge...this is the first revolver I have ever owned. Anyway, been wanting a j-frame for quite some time and decided to stop in the new buds tennessee location today. They had a 642 on the wall and decided I would go for it. They went in the back and brought one out, but they said when they scanned it in the back that it showed $10 cheaper than the display...I said even better! They looked at it closer and it was a pre-lock 642. I couldn't believe the news was even better! I even asked if they had anymore, they didn't, but they offered to buy the one in my hand! Got to the car and checked the spent shell and it was dated 4-29-14. I thought all new j frames had the locks, did I just get real lucky or is this common? Btw, put about 50 rounds down range with it on the way home...sweet pistol!Otnman[/quote] I bought one 4 or 5 years ago brand new that was pretty lock. You could get them either way then just depended on what - it had. Sold mine because money got tight in college. Have regretted it ever since. Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
  6. Tried cities gun depot Elizbethaton Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
  7. http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2014/07/foghorn/breaking-remington-scrubs-traces-r51-website/
  8. [quote name="maroonandwhite" post="1169021" timestamp="1405520388"]This is more of a poll but I won't add one. Just curious how many of you guys have safe queen Marlin 336's and how many have "users/beaters". I picked up a 1993 made 336W last night with some normal wear on it and upon getting home found that the rear barrel band screw was broken and half of the head was broken off so a screwdriver wasn't getting it out. Being the impatient man that I am I took to it with a Dewalt and broke a bit leaving a nice little gouge in the forearm instead of waiting for a drill press at work. This gun will be used in the woods and ride in the car/truck and will get future dings I'm sure. Just sucks that I did that right off the bat. I of course marred the rear band a little bit but nothing a sharpie won't hide. The nice surprise is that this is a "JM" or pre "Remlin" which are supposed to be better quality. Not sure if there is anything to that.[/quote] Mine is older than I am ( dad use it when he was young) and it gets to the woods every year. But it is well taken care of. That gun has killed many a deer. Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
  9. I work for a bank that decided we were going to rent out a few of our bank owned properties we were sitting on. We have done fairly well and most of the properties are actually 2 hours away. I couldn't imagine trying to rent out one property when I lived 10+ hours away. Just think about when things go bad or break. With multiple properties we have handy men that are loyal to us because we always call them and they get quite a bit of work from us so they are speedy to get out. Again like you said you have to worry about someone destroying a property. We have had a few of those. I would say if you don't have any close friends or family that could watch over the property for you while you are back home just dump it now and save for a down payment. It will be easier than trying to rent a property out. Just my opinion. Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
  10. That is definitely a neat idea. I will have to pick up a couple to stash back. 
  11.     I love my ranger belt. I have lost weight and mine is almost too big for me. So I will be ordering a new one. Mine is 3 years old and looks brand new. Wear it just about every day when I am not at work. 
  12. Vanderbilt will remain the red headed stepchild! Go Vols!
  13.   I go to Hot Springs a couple times a month with the girlfriend. It is less than a 30 minute rid from my house with 3 different paths that you can take. We love the atmosphere down there and the Spring Creek Tavern is the best hangout spot. 
  14. I had a 642 and loved it. Times got hard in college and had to sale it. Wish I would never had. I will have another some day. You will not go wrong. Buy it and don't look back. Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
  15. I was looking at kayaks but now I have switched to wanted a personal pontoon. They are a lot more stable, which for me is good because I can be clumsy. The link below is the one that I have been looking at. It has great reviews and a lot of cool features.    http://www.cabelas.com/product/Boating/Canoes-Kayaks-Small-Boats/Pontoons%7C/pc/104794380/c/104710680/sc/104508180/Classic-Accessories-Colorado-XT-Pontoon-Boat/711406.uts?destination=%2Fcategory%2FPontoons%2F104508180.uts&WTz_l=DirectLoad%3Bcat104508180
  16. I've been thinking about the exact same thing. What I want to do with my current significant other is buy some land and build something like this to live in for 3  to 5 years until we can pay off that and the land then build a house so that we can afford a little nicer house plus I would have my extra garage for the toys. 
  17. [quote name="NRA" post="1150327" timestamp="1400538825"]I am about to get a two year contract with the devil (Comcast) I am concerned about the Netflix issue? Do any of you people that use Comcast have any other problems with them? Does Netflix work good?[/quote] It really depends on what time of the day it is for me. I was out sick from work a couple days this winter and I spent most of the day watching Netflix and I had great speed through the day but you could tell when the kids got out of school and the people around me got home from work. Speeds would drop drastically. Comcast promises speeds but you don't always get that speed. Depends on how many people are using up bandwidth in a close proximity to you. Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
  18. I found it! It had got stuck on the fishing line and I just missed it. It was I. The back seat of my truck. I was so happy to find it :D Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
  19. Its not over yet, I guess if I can't find it tonight I might jump in on that tomorrow morning. Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
  20. I have lost my favorite knife :down:. [URL=http://s303.photobucket.com/user/brianstaco/media/2012-04-25_15-53-10_962.jpg.html][/URL] I got this knife a couple of years ago and it had went everywhere with me. I think I lost it at the pond I usually fish so I am going to go back out there with a metal detector and see if I can find it. I have lost cheap knifes before but this was the first $100+ knife that I bought and I loved it. It's almost as bad as loosing your woman. :cry:
  21. I use a Pflueger President Spinning Reel size 6930 on a 6 foot medium action ugly stick. It's about a $100 dollar combo and it has always fared me well. I just recently purchased the same Pflueger in 6935 and put it on a 6' 6" ugly stick for bigger bass. Really depends on where I am fishing. I do alot of bank fishing along rivers and ponds. The smaller setup is better in tight places but when I am fishing around the bigger water or around a damn I tend to use the bigger setup. I've caught everything from, crappie, bluegill, small and large mouth bass, and channel cat's. 
  22. My dad is all about these things. He found a bunch this weekend. Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
  23. I am at Razz's right now and just had the tour. Highly recommend. Thanks for letting us know how good it is. Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2

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