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About towerclimber37

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  • Birthday 08/30/1968

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    Bristol, Tn
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  1. excellent! I guess I'm going to have to make time to get into the accuracy lab and build that mount! (my brother mark (aka old radar tech) calls it the 'mad scientists' club"..either way, I see a locking rack being machined and installed for the trunk monkey!!
  2. when will this bill become active law? what date? On a plus side, I can see a rifle rack being fabricated for the roll bar on my jeep, for my m1 carbine....
  3. That is FUNNY! :) you win the internet for today
  4. I find the whole argument ludicrous. Nature abhors a vacuum. ANY life that refuses to defend itself is culled at some point in time.  The Natural right to self defense has pre-dated governments and indeed exists outside of government. It is an immutable and universal law, recognized in the Talmud, the Bible, in Lex Rex (1644), the Magna Carta and the Bill of Rights, and even that decision is illuminated by the Federalist Papers numbers 28,29 and 48. I will not go where I cannot defend myself.
  5. Thanks for the heads up OOOH! I DID call her out. I told her she denigrated her father's MOH by LYING in order to sway a senator's views on gun control when she wasn't a part of that state. I also acknowledged her father's service.
  6. I don't know about you folks, but this ticks me off. I found this video online: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=GmR-bN59Vu0 it's a video of a woman, claiming to be from Bristol, Tn. who is schizophrenic and owns firearms. She is thanking Sen. Corker for his vote on gun control. Now, That made me a bit miffed, so I decided to do a little digging. There is no Heather Whaley in Bristol Tn or Virginia.  So I did a little MORE digging. Loe and behold, I found a video of miss Heather B Whalepoop giving testimony in Conneticut, on Gun control, where she claims her father was a ranger with the congressional medal of honor. See attached video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfH13c-YlZ8 I then, in order to ensure that it was her, looked up her bonafides and found that she does indeed live in Redding, a suburb of Danbury Ct. Heather Whaley 55 Mill Plain Rd 26-2 #26-2 Danbury, CT 06811 (203) 628-7988 Do you folks think that she should get away with perpatrating fraud in order to further her agenda? THIS is what we're up against...they're willing to lie, cheat and steal in order to disarm Americans. Addendum: a further search of medal of honor recipients does not find ANY Whaley in their system. The only CMH winner from Ct, was a Hector Santiago. Unless they moved there after her dad retired, She's lying about that too.  
  7. After reading quite a bit and talking to some folks..I've changed my mind. I actually like the bill. Unfortunately, after eating crow with Jon Lundberg, he told me it's DOA.   I learn something new every days folks.
  8. for those folks in the north east tn area: district 1 you may go here to voice your displeasure : http://www.sullivancountygop.com/State.html
  9. If you think that you're smart enough to pick your senator instead of leaving it up to them, you might want to call your state representatives and ask them about this bill: http://www.capitol.tn.gov/Bills/108/Bill/SB0471.pdf    
  10. Isn't that just quaint.  this reminds me of a quote made by Herr Himmler.  If you want to carry weapons of war, join the SS or the SA!" The thought of armed mobs also bothers me, but I can assure you, if I'm carrying a long gun or a one hand gun, I am anything but confused.  If it bothers you that we, here in Tn. value both our freedoms and our God given rights to carry such items (I've yet to see a mob carrying these arms 'running around' and causing mayhem as you suggest) then perhaps you should forget what you remembered when growing up in Ohio. A state that is so far removed from the color of the constitution as to be unloved by many of us here. In other words,  we don't give a dang how they do it up north mister. (plain redneck english for those of you who don't cotton to the more polite and polished forms of speech).
  11. LowBb, you got the idea of the bill right..you're understanding it.   Now think about this. How many veterans who deployed to combat zones have received a numbered but "completely anonymous" mental health questionairre that they filled out. If you filled that out, it's still in your records, for good or ill. (I tossed mine in the trash can-don't trust them folks".. I am extremely uncomfortable with anyone who has the ability to remove my rights in an extralegal manner.  I've noticed that our legislators are passing laws that look good on the surface but they absolutely suck if you're a thinking man that examines them.
  12. Tennessee legislature has SB789 out of Judiciary. This bill strips the rights of citizens to own firearms if a psychiatrist deems them incompetent, without ANY Ajudication by a court of law! It also allows them to raid your medical records to do so. you know they'll be looking at veterans! I applaud the idea of stopping folks that make threats, but the devil is in the details, folks. you may want to take a look at the bill itself and call your state representative.  
  13. guys, keep in mind that Carrey's opinion holds no sway here in rural america. all he's done is alienate a potential money source.  I will now, no longer watch any of his movies. I won't support someone who can't even follow the constitution. This isn't a hard thing to do. he can think anything he likes about me and mine. he can't whip us and he can't change our minds. :rock:

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