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sermon8r

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About sermon8r

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  • Birthday 03/10/1963

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  • Location
    Nashville, Tennessee, United States
  • Interests
    Tnsg, Keep CHRIST in CHRISTmas ... Who's with me?, God still performs miracles every day. Press Like
  • Occupation
    O-3 Chaplain TNSG

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Kimber Ultra Carry 45ACP
  1. no longer interested.....PM not replied to since 11/15 at 12:27 pm
  2. Take her to see Joe and fondle a few handguns.....
  3. Perhaps Merry Christmas can only be said in the "Ready Room" as not to offend
  4. LaVergne to Hero Gear..... No need to drive elsewhere:koolaid:
  5. I also Carry Condition 1:koolaid: little intimidating at first but its just like putting your pants on.....after a while its 2nd nature
  6. I lost my OC virginity last night......went to C-Store and bought a Diet Pepsi....Kimber in full view on hip.....shirt tucked in ...... No one even noticed....
  7. July 19 is 18 Years for me. If any of you want to renew your Vows i have a nice ceremony and you both can wear your guns if you want.
  8. Why is it ok to serve folks in resturants booze knowing one of them is driving home........... I also have run more than one restaurant in this town and in two other states, and been a bartender. Here's why I assure you allowing Drivers in restaurants and bars is bad: First and foremost, let me clarify that it's not the legal Driver who I'm worried about; it's the collateral damage. If Drivers are in places that serve alcohol, I'm worried about the drunken idiot/showoff/bonehead who may try to take the keys from him. Further, I also think our fair city having the reputation of "Drivers in restaurants" is bad for tourism and local business. It won't exactly attract family tourism. Common sense dictates to me (as a husband and a father) that if I want to go to a restaurant, and I find out Drivers are permitted there, I won't go there. I've been managing restaurants since I was 15 years old, and our family supports local restaurants more than most. I can safely say that you won't find us in any alcohol-serving restaurant that allows Drivers on the premises. How to fix it Actually, Nashville can avoid this problem, quite simply, regardless of the legislature. Long ago, a deal was struck where the state controls "spirits" and the counties control beer. Davidson County needs to run with this. We have an appointed Metro Beer Board. The board's members enforce laws drafted by our Metro Council. Hopefully, our Metro Council will add a simple paragraph to the beer code that codifies that "No on-premise license shall be issued to any establishment that permits Drivers on the premises." Problem solved. No hassle for our restaurants and bars, and our citizens, guests and police officers will not be put in harm's way. If the small, rural counties in Tennessee want to allow Drivers where beer is served, that's their prerogative. God Bless, CPL William W. Haley TNSG "Fidelitas, Officium, Veneratio, Selfless Muneris, Veneratio, Integrity, Alio Virtus"
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  10. I believe the F-word belongs in the ready room and not here.
  11. Your picture should reinforce the need for a good gunbelt. (bet you thought i was going to talk about something else)

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