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Hozzie last won the day on March 8

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About Hozzie

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    We need more dogs and less people.
  • Birthday 04/26/1975

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  1. I am moving and am clearing out things I am not going to take. I have approx 100 board feet (probably quite a bit more but I didn’t calculate it) of air dried white oak of various sizes. Some 8/4, some 4/4, 3/4, and 1/2. It has not been planed or jointed. Some board are 12 wide. There is some nice wood in this. It has been air drying inside for about 7 years. It is ready for use. It was stickered, but there is still some bowing and cupping on some pieces as to be expected. Of course it rained as soon as I took it out of the shed but at least it lets you see some of the grain Price is $zzz picked up in Franklin at my house. That’s probably well below half of what it’s worth. Thanks
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    Should I take a chance on a Tikka T3

    Can't go wrong. I have a couple as well. They are essentially Sako's. You won't be disappointed.
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    I lost my best friend

    RIP Mario. May he greet you one day to reminisce. It's heartbreaking, but such a blessing to have an unbreakable bond with an animal. It will get easier in time, but he will never be forgotten. Condolences.
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    for-sale Removed

    The 686 is a -6.
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    for-sale Removed

    I am not sure, will have to check. It is 28 or 30, but not sure which. I will post back. It may be tomorrow.
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    for-sale Removed

    It does, but I am not sure what it is off the top of my head. I will confirm later.
  7. I am turning in my lease at the end of September, but figured if someone was looking for this type of car right now, it may save you some money vs. buying from the dealer. I can just pay it off and sell it like any other car. Payoff will be right at $32,200. KBB shows price right at 37k for private party value. NADA showed similar. You will have to pay tax on either but you could avoid dealer fees and probably save 3-5k in the process. I am sure they will turn this into a CPO car. I had a 36k lease, but the car only has 23,350 miles on it right now. It is Alpine white with black leather interior. 99% condition. It has the M package, heated seats, etc. It has most things except blind spot warning and heads up display. This is what it looks like. If you're seriously interested, PM me and I can provide full details. I obviously am not taking less than payoff because it would make no sense.
  8. I would hope and do believe the police will do some investigation before going to the courts. I work with the police everyday. I don't think the vast majority of them are looking to take away peoples rights with no consideration of the accused. It doesn't take much to have a simple conversation with someone and get a feel for if they are potentially a threat or not. There will still be issues going both ways, but at least they have to present something to a court and not be the judges themselves alone.
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    Metal Garage info sought

    How nice do you want it? Morton buildings is also in the Boro, but they can be a bit on the high side. My buddies dad just had a nice metal building built by the Mennonites which is equivalent to the Morton. I think they were out of Sparta.
  10. I don't see the issue. They are going to a judge and getting a signed warrant. This is exactly what they should be doing unless you believe that under no circumstances whatsoever someone should be able to have their guns taken. My only real question is what is the process to get them back. That should be well defined.
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    Firearms burnout

    I shoot more now than I ever have, but it is only one thing, Rimfire Bemchrest. I agree with the sentiment for many that it isn’t fun to shoot alone, but what has really kept me interested and invested in Rimfire BR is the people. I go as much to matches to see people as I do shoot. I travel all over the Southeast and Midwest competing and have met a lot of great people I consider dear friends I would suggest for some to maybe find a firearm sport where they can go shoot and meet new people. Some do idpa, some do BR, it doesn’t matter, just go find a match you think you might like. I won’t lie, depending what you are doing it isn’t cheap and I know that is a barrier for some, but here is a huge list of matches out there. There is surely one to fit most, but you have to look.
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    My recommendation, don't use one at all. I understand not being from the area and maybe wanting someone who knows to take you around, but with everything available on the internet now, I would create a list of houses I wanted to see and make an appointment with each individual selling agent. I will disclose that I dislike real estate agents and have no real use for them. I don't see the value, but know it is an intimidating process for some so I don't care if someone wants to use one, just realize you are paying for it. With that said, the basics are any listed home has a seller and buyers agent fee percentage. Typically this is 3% to each for a total of 6%, but can vary from 1% to 3% each depending. The way I look at it is that I can represent myself as a buyer. I can make an appointment to look at any house I want with the sellers agent. If I like a house, I immediately take 3% off the top of any price I may consider offering as they do not have to pay a buyer's agent. This can be a fair amount of money. They love people that don't understand these items so they can double dip. I actually make it a point to make sure the sellers know why I am asking 3% less as it shouldn't be on them to take the hit for my lower asking price all on their own. The agent should agree take some of the cost since they don't have to pay it out. This all of course depends on how desirable a house is and how fast it may sell, but don't pay an agent any more than you need to and use it to your advantage. If you feel 3% is fair to represent you by all means do it. Some argue they are not paying so they don't care. You are paying it, they just want to make it feel like someone else is paying it. You also feel it when you go to sell. YMMV

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