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peejman

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peejman last won the day on September 22

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About peejman

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  • Birthday 07/19/1975

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  • Location
    Maryville, TN
  • Interests
    Golf, hiking, motorcycles
  • Occupation
    Engineer

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  1. My Mother Passed

    Wow. I have little to offer that hasn't already been said. You succeeded in spite of great adversity, that's something to be celebrated. Sharing your experience might be cathartic. I'm sure many foster kids are currently living through very similar circumstances. You could relate your experiences and show them the light at the end of the tunnel. Now may not be the time, but taking your bad experiences and using them for good could help you find peace.
  2. Combat Accuracy vs Target Shooting

    Target shooting and combat accuracy have completely different goals. Target shooting is as fast as you can put bullets exactly where you want them, be that a steel plate at 10yds or a paper bullseye at 1000yds. Combat accuracy is stopping the threat as fast possible. .
  3. That It for Butch?

    Most of the other big sports have a minor league, why not football?
  4. outside pet electric blanket

    We used a typical brooder infrared heat lamp. Her spot on the porch was up against the bricks. I pointed the lamp at the bricks and it made a fairly warm spot, even with temps in the low 20's. Though most of the time the dumb dog would just stay out in the cold.
  5. Vintage Gun Photos

    Poor elephant.
  6. That It for Butch?

    Like a fair number of others, he's learned from the master. Time will tell if he can beat him.
  7. Gun Owning Cooks

    Heh, I fixed steak, baked potatoes, and broccoli for the family last night too. Except I grilled the steak (sirloin). It was yummy. No pics though.
  8. Folding Glock

    You say that like it's a bad thing?
  9. New Job,New dress attire, new knife needed

    The cut of most suits now is so trim that having much of anything in your pants pockets results in fairly absurd looking bulges unless you're a pretty big guy in the first place. I'm not a big fan of that style, but that seems to be the "in" thing these days.
  10. National Reciprocity?

    What @nightrunner and @btq96r said. I wish people would give up on this. NY, CA, etc are much too powerful for this to ever end up in a happy place for everyone else. The nitwits who keep sponsoring these bills have to know that. It seems to me they're either just placating their constituency or NY, CA style laws are what they really want.
  11. New Job,New dress attire, new knife needed

    Congrats on the new gig! I've got one of the TGO Runts and it's small, but super nice. A friend has a ZT 450 with titanium frame or scales (both?) that's very light. Instead if clipping it to your pants, perhaps an inside coat pocket would work better. You could use a pocket protector without it being visible.
  12. New to TN

    Welcome! I used to work in Rogersville. It's a beautiful area.
  13. free Gone

    Me too. He puts on a great show.

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