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buck1032

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About buck1032

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  • Birthday 06/25/1967

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    Cleveland, TN
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    Firearms and Harleys

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  1. I didn't step foot aboard the USS Ranger until 1986.
  2. I was on active duty USN, stationed at HS-8 onboard NAS North Island, San Diego. I was in the shower when the first one hit. I had the radio on and wasn't really paying attention, I just remember being a bit miffed they kept talking and not playing music. After I got out of the shower is when I actually heard what was going on. I quickly shaved and got dressed and watched a few minutes of news before I had to head to base. I saw the 2nd plane hit the tower. I knew we were under attack and knew full well getting to work was going to suck. It did, the base was locked down. It took till almost noon to report to work. I was sent home and told to pack my bags and be ready to be gone for a year. The next morning I was flown out to the CV that was conducting Carrier Quals to support the air suppression on the West coast.
  3. That was freaking awesome! The commentary styling of Mystery Science Theater and the banter had me rolling. Granted I wanted to comment about the piss poor fire fighting that was done, but as a 20 year Sailor, I think I am biased. Every freaking year back to fire fighting school.....
  4. Yes just not to be considered a food source for humans.
  5. Yeap, luna moth. Beautiful creatures. Not edible.
  6. Me too, but I did it anyway....
  7. One day, I can only hope when I grow up I too can be just like OE.
  8. That is my thoughts, exactly. I am not looking for another gun at this time, but at that price if I happen to run across one don't think I wont jump on it.
  9. My take on these solvent traps, is they are traps. While I do my fair share of law breaking, I like to cruise 2 to 3 over on the interstate. I want no part of anything that could be construed as an automatic weapon, suppressor, or parts there of. Too many if's, and's or but's when it comes to these bits and pieces that some one in authority at the ATF could write a memo and make that part something that would send me to jail. I am just too soft and cuddly for that madness.
  10. The last episode of the season was much better than I thought it would be. Quite a few twists and turns and that kept it interesting.
  11. Wow, that went South quick! I am glad the Officers survived. I couldn't tell in the video how, when or where the cop got control of the suspects weapon, but if that's how it went down, kudos to the cop for his quick thinking and rapid action that most likely saved his life.
  12. Very sorry for your loss. Prayers are offered for you and family.
  13. I would love to squeeze in a ride or three. However my riding time has been limited to rarely these days. I am not complaining, just explaining, I have put my family (wife and son) first. So we do many family outings instead of me riding.
  14. I do understand you point of view. I have had many friends from up North while I did my 20 in the Navy. They too never went back to their hometowns. They went to freer and greener pastures.

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