A discuss would certainly make a better chew toy than a 12 lb. shot.gigag04 wrote:My lab puppy needs a new toy.
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Looks like he was shot in the face while eating pie.sjfcontrol wrote:Ewww, is he eating pie, or was he just SHOT in the face???i8godzilla wrote:How about eating pie without digits.
Also, remember to fire one or two warning shots into the air when you draw your gat.sjfcontrol wrote:To be REALLY safe, you should carry it unloaded!USA1 wrote:Absolutely. Any other way would be irresponsible.gigag04 wrote:With an empty chamber I hope.USA1 wrote:I've decided to go with blanks to keep innocent bystanders from getting hurt.gigag04 wrote:Back on topic: 380 jhp or fmj?
If a hen can lay an egg an hour, and if a hen-and-a-half can lay an egg-and-a-half in an hour and-a-half, how many monkeys does it take to kick the seeds out of a pickle?loadedliberal wrote:Which leads to the question if one second from now is the future and I typed that in the past what is the present.WildBill wrote:But yesterday's gone.VoiceofReason wrote:Any way you look at it, tomorrow today will be yesterday.
That was only a semi-sequitur.Lonest4r wrote:I wonder if there is a record for the longest non sequitur thread in the world?The Annoyed Man wrote:Your a bad man.gigag04 wrote:And.....
Near as I can tell, it's because.... LOOK!! SQUIRRELS!!!OldSchool wrote:I've had creosote posts rot as well. My best luck was with split cedar posts.LarryH wrote:Creosote would have prevented that problem.
Could we please get back to an answer to the original thread: If 9mm costs .27 per round, and 45 cal costs .36 per round (Monarch, of course), why do I keep shooting boxes and boxes of 45 cal???
I gotta agree, In-N-Out is a great hamburger, maybe the best — for a fast food joint. But if you want a GREAT hamburger and a memorable experience, you've got to go to Christie's Extreme Burger on Rufe Snow in Fort Worth. Simply the best hamburger I've ever eaten in a restaurant.SQLGeek wrote:I've gotta go with AustinRealtor (is it real-ter or real-tore?)...In - N - Out burger is the cat's pantaloons. To quote Jules from Pulp Fiction "That is a tasty burger!".
They call it a "Mac Doh" — avec ou sans le fromage, comme désiré.SQLGeek wrote:You guys know what they call a quarter-pounder with cheese in France?
I've never seen one not work. Ironing out your excuses to keep using windows?SQLGeek wrote:USA1 don't let them get you down...Apple "just works"...until it doesn't anyways. Now 'scuse me, I think I left the iron on.
There is that... but from my standpoint, it's irrelevant — the reason being that everything I do is web-based anyway. And if need be, I could do my PHP/mySQL development on my local drive, but I don't want to. It's far more useful to me to do the development on the server where the site resides. But you're right... Apple is not easily forthcoming with their KDI.OldSchool wrote:The problem with Apple products? Apple won't let me run my own code on it.
You mean, "It's hard to annoyed The Annoyed Man any further than he's already annoyed!"WildBill wrote:That won't keep me from trying.USA1 wrote:It's hard to annoy the Annoyed Man.
You had to actually get a screen capture program? The capability isn't native to the Windoze operating system like it is to Mac OS? You poor child.WildBill wrote:I am well aware of this TAM. That is why I have a screen capture program. I was just trying to give you a bad time.
WildBill wrote:Not too hard is it? There's nothing worse than a Mac snob.USA1 wrote:Did it. But my IT tech..I mean my son showed me a different way by
pressing the "print screen" button which I never knew existed.
Seriously though, when I used to be a Windoze snob (XP home edition was my last version of it), it wasn't possible to get the snapshot from the clip board without first launching another app like Word or PhotoShop where you could paste the image and then save it as the appropriate file format. Plus, you could only snapshot the screen, not a selected portion of it, as I just did right after typing this (see attached image)....