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peejman last won the day on December 26 2016

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About peejman

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  • Birthday 07/19/1975

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    Maryville, TN
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  1. If they'd wanted to kill people, they'd have shot first and then stepped over the bodies to get to the money. No argument on fighting back. I'd do the same thing.
  2. It's all a matter of motivation. Those kids had no intention of killing anyone, they were hoping their show of force would scare folks into submission. Except some folks don't scare so easily and are mentally prepared to act quickly and decisively. They were shocked and unprepared for anyone to fight back, and it cost them dearly.
  3. A guy I work with who lives in Indy stirred the pot last week regrading a quick and merciful ending to the Pred's season. He got this in return this morning....
  4. It's not just a Memphis thing. While this didn't involve guns, it certainly was gay bashing. The victim is a friend of a friend. http://wate.com/2017/03/09/3-maryville-men-charged-with-beating-robbing-man-on-foothills-parkway/
  5. You might find somebody nearby who would cut up the trees for firewood, assuming they'd be good for that.
  6. Heh... my wife has 2 sisters and I'd love it if my father-in-law would do the maintenance on my cars... except I'm a better mechanic than he is. Easter conversation led to the idea of me working on their cars after they paid $600 for a brake job that took the mechanic an hour at most, and it cost me $150 in parts to do the same to our van.
  7. Looks really nice to me. If anyone nearby has cows or horses, I'd bet they'd lease/barter for the hay. You could also do hunting leases if you have turkeys and/or deer.
  8. Iran doesn't have the design or manufacturing capability to make a believable forgery. Apparently Putin didn't want to share his, or they were too embarassed to ask.
  9. Just scale it back to what you need to support yourself... smaller garden, fewer critters, etc. Just because you've got 25 acres doesn't mean you have to use it all. Perhaps there are people nearby you could barter with? That might allow you to concentrate on a few things and not have to do everything yourself.
  10. That sucks and I'd guess it'll be a serious hit to their bottom line. Didn't they discontinue local pick-up a while back as well?
  11. We have a 3D printer too. We use it mostly for making demos of tooling to see if they'll work before we make them out of metal. We have make a few actual tools where the various plastics are suitable. Lots of cell phone holders for folks desks as well.
  12. Get some good riding boots and gloves too. Something that offers actual protection.
  13. Failure to comply with the flight crew is certainly grounds for being arrested, but perhaps he wasn't. The whole situation is beyond strange.
  14. It's got nothing to do with United at this point. He violated federal law by not complying with direction from the flight crew and resisted arrest by the police, and it's all on multiple videos. I'd say his best case scenario is they agree to disagree and he writes his lawyer a big check.
  15. Dig in, scavenge everything left behind by those who leave, then be ready for the handful who make it back alive after a failed bug out attempt.

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