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  • Birthday 09/10/1988

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    Murfreesboro
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    Flying, Shooting, Officiating, Teaching
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    Supervisor for MTSU

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  1. Personally, I don't agree with a lot of things that the Big O does, and I do question his ability to run this country, however, I do not disrespect him. I think of it like me and my dad... I may disagree with something he tells me to, and when I'm in my room I'll throw crap and break something, but when I'm standing right in front of him or out in public, I'm not going to disrespect him, not only because he has a belt, but because he's there. I respect Obama, but politely disagree with him in some ways.
  2. ......... Then the husband spouted, "he licked his butt every time after he ate them... do you want to know why?!?! it was TO GET THE TASTE OUT OF HIS MOUTH" .......................
  3. Yes, but if you fire at an angle away from you, the chances of it ricocheting and coming right back at you are slim, if any, to none... Hell, we might as well never shoot a gun again....
  4. It's sad that companies treat their PAYING customers like this.... Sad day... One reason I could never own/run a restaurant... I wouldn't be able to keep staff... It was hard enough keeping 2 guys at my old game store....
  5. I know there are others that sell Blue Label Glocks. G&L sells them, but I just can bring myself to drive an hour and a half when I might be able to find one near I-40 on the way home... Thanks for the link though.. I will call them on Monday and see what they say. Thanks!
  6. I'm not trying to disrespect anyone on here, but if you fall into this category... Sorry... Thursday night, Alison and I went to the Predator's game, they won, , and I left happy. However, something happened before the first puck dropped that made me very upset. Whenever the lady was singing The Star Spangled Banner someone a few rows behind me, began to "Boo" at the "rocket's red glare..." part. This bothers me for a number of reasons. Yes, I realize you have freedom of speech, but when you're exercising that freedom/right against the symbol that gives you that... Is something to be concerned with. I don't care if you're from Canada, Mexico, Afghanistan, India or England, if you're in the United States and someone is singing to MY flag, our flag, don't boo. I'm not going to boo anyone else's flag. Another thing that bothers me is people that "Support the troops, but don't support the war.." I'm not trying to start a "Pro or Anti-War" thread here, however, IMHO, if you don't support the mission, you can't support those on the mission. I realize that other things that happen and developments have occurred, however, young men, women, and some people's children are going across the world to serve the people, US. I have people I graduated high school with, 2007, that have been to Iraq and Afghanistan TWICE, and I have a really, really good friend that had to pull the top half of his friend out of a tree after their convoy got hit by and IED or mine or whatever. He will never again be the same... I've talked to him since, however, and he's not the same person, but how can you expect him to be. I realize there are all kinds of clichés that say, "We support you," but I like to stick with the "Thank You." Honestly, every time the TN State Flag drops and the American Flag is held high with The Star Spangled Banner playing, I get cold chills down my back, and almost tear up thinking about some of the guys that walked next to me on the stage at graduation, looking up to it and vowing to protect this country and it's people from ALL enemies foreign and domestic, against any threat deemed necessary. I guess what I'm rambling about is that, if you don't get cold chills whenever that flag is held, and see pictures in your mind of some young person, someone's son, daughter, brother, sister, even father, that they could never meet, of that person lifting their head to that flag and taking it serious... Something needs to be addressed. Some American's have lost the sense that we have FOUGHT for the rights that we hold dear, and some of those are still being fought for today. People have died for us to be able to be on this forum, go to the religious ceremony we choose, say what we want, eat where we want, marry who we want, and, God Willing, have as many children as we want. The difference in the soldiers in the War of Independence and in the War in Iraq are a couple of things... The year and the uniform... In the heart, they feel the exact same thing. They salute the same symbol, OUR FLAG, although it has changed, it still stands for the same thing. Fighting for the rights of those behind. Fighting for the freedom of others, even if it does cost them their life. For those of you that serve, served or will serve in the Armed Forces in domestic areas or foreign countries, I salute, thank, and pray for you. I will forever be behind you and believe in your mission, and above all THANK YOU for putting yourself on the line for me, and, especially, those that don't believe in what you're fighting for. We appreciate it. I love this country, and those that fight for it. I, myself, never was a military-type person, but I can see the faces of some of those I know, in that helmet, holding a rifle, defending me, my family and those around me and it brings a tear to my eye for them and their families. Thank You.
  7. I made the trip to Jonesborough today, for the hometown trip for fall break, and I am looking for somewhere close to buy a Blue Label Glock, and looking for a gun shop that sells them that is close to the Tri Cities area or close to I-40 on the way back to Nashville. Any info helps... Thanks Guys.
  8. Thats pretty crazy.... IDK why it would be extremely dangerous to try though.....
  9. I didn't read that part... I skipped the "any" and just read "a"... Even after you quoted it, I had to read it like a fourth grader and I was like, "WOW!"
  10. I mean, the TCA says that if its an "open container" and it is in no one's possession, i.e. sitting in the cupholder, then it is in the driver's possession. What about if it is a solo cup? It isn't the original container so are the "possession requirements" the same?
  11. However, reading this... I do have a question... What if it isn't the original container? Does that have any bearing what so ever?
  12. I have a Serta Pillowtop... With a Wal-Mart 4" memory foam topper... Never slept on a Tempurpedic... It just sounds expensive.
  13. .............. so the husband called the huzzy, and got some biscuits "to-go"..........................
  14. That means... When the passengers see the blue lights.... All the cup holders must be empty, and no one better have a free hand if there's an "open container" sitting anywhere....

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