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Lumber_Jack

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Lumber_Jack last won the day on September 9 2020

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About Lumber_Jack

  • Birthday 11/06/1980

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    Knoxville, TN
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    Forester

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Glock 29
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Ruger LCP

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  1. Yeah, i'd say its easier to conceal than the 19 due to reduced size. I don't really notice the weight. I have both a leather OWB and a kydex OWB that I carry it in. Now full disclosure I work outside and concealment isn't a huge concern on most days. But I think with proper clothing the OWB kydex is a great edc option with reasonable concealment.
  2. Yes there is a considerable size difference between the 20 and the 29. I feel I can conceal the 29 if I want to but with the 20 that was nearly impossible. Of course the 20 is a little more pleasant to shoot but I don't think the 29 is hard to handle or too small. The 29 is one of my absolute favorite Glocks. That and the 19 are the two Glocks I will not sell. I'd encourage you to grab one you will not be disappointed
  3. Got my third shot yesterday. Hospital my wife works for thawed viles to administer to immunocompromised patients and had some leftover that were bound for the trashcan. As someone with asthma, I don't want any virus that attacks my lungs, and being at the 9 month mark since my last Pfizer shot I went an got another. Rest assured while some of yall are out there trying to decide to take a vaccine or not I'm over here being a voluntary lab rat. If it means I don't suffocate to death over a 5 week period I'll take the chances.
  4. was that a public field or private? I've never been lucky enough to find a field with enough birds and few enough people to make it worth my time. I do love Dove hunting though
  5. It’s a new corporate policy, however not even the employees are following. Seems more of political theater than true concern for public health
  6. EKMO is an external machine that exchanges oxygen and CO2 in your blood. Most often used during transplant surgeries or in cases of significant lung damage(this case) or heart weakness. it means his lungs are experience severe disease or damage that are not allowing them to effectively exchange Oxygen and CO2. He can develop hypercapnia which is basically CO2 poising and becomes fatal.
  7. Yes, an available Machine is the issue. I imagine they are trying to go to Vanderbilt but need open beds and availability. This is a truly bad sign. He can only be on EKMO for so long before they have to pull you off. Some can make it but some do not. I’ll be saying a prayer for Phil. Don’t wish this on anyone
  8. Pretty sure our whole family had it for about week and a half. I was pretty down with it. Chest and head congestion. Ended up with sinus infection. Of course clinic did the Rona test and of course it was negative. Kids and adults both had pretty significant symptoms
  9. This isn’t a good sign for Uncle Phil. Hope things turn around
  10. I think this was meant mostly in jest but in case it was not. We all understand how politicized this has been and I don't want big brother mandating anything, but I can assure you turning the TV off will have no affect on how severe your case of COVID can be. I figure Phil is the prime example.
  11. Again, I'm fully supportive of your right to not vaccinate, but the immune response from the vaccine is much stronger than antibodies from contracting coronavirus. And the research is still weak on how long they last from exposure. I'd get a shot if its been 6months or more since you were sick.
  12. I think that risk analysis factored in a bunch of false negatives on the side of the vaccine, is my point. I guess I’m just jaded and can’t see why there is so much fear of the vaccine. Odds are much higher of dying from Covid at age 61 than any complications from the vaccine.
  13. Not being in Nashville I don't hear much of his show (didn't really when I did live there) but happened to pick it up back late June. And he spent the better part of an hour railing on the vaccine and how we done KNOW that its safe because its not fully FDA approved yadayadayada. I hope folks will realize before its too late that this is a deadly disease and the best way to live is get a vaccine, set all the political bull #### aside. I'm all for you right to choose NOT to get it, but I think too many people are being swayed by bad logic and political rhetoric that's not founded in rational thinking
  14. I need to take survey of my ammo but I probably have some hunting supers i could do at least a partial trade. I'll check and send a PM
  15. I know a guy who just moved from Knoxville to Texas to lead trial rides at the Bronco Off-Roadeo course there near Austin. He's a very discerning off road enthusiast and he says they are really great and capable off road vehicles. Its a true contender for the Jeep in the "off the lot off road capable options". If the fords have any level of better reliability than Jeep they'll see good sales

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