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  • Public apology

    In my zeal to glean knowledge and offer assistance to the best of my ability, I failed to recognize I had PM's waiting to be read. I apologize to Trapherscot, SundownIII, and Gonwhln for my apparent lack of attention.

  • #2
    Well..

    That was good and I vote to spare you the gang-slapping!

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    • #3
      Thank you for the vote. I had forgotten all about the gang slappings! On a different note, feel free if deserved. I'm too old to put up much fuss.

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      • #4
        Gang slap'n

        Originally posted by Steve View Post
        Thank you for the vote. I had forgotten all about the gang slappings! On a different note, feel free if deserved. I'm too old to put up much fuss.
        In these parts a gang slap'n is just short of kink'n the crotch cricket. Perhaps you should stand this one out!

        TacMig

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        • #5
          this is what the PM's are for....

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          • #6
            I heard about gangs, or other groups of people doing things so try best to stay clear. I will stand down but be advised I pack heat and not in small calibers. Remember not to bring knives to a gun fight. I deer hunt with hand guns. On a positive note however to keep things light, as they should be light, Good bull crap is indistinguishable from the truth. The apology stands as it should, is from the heart, and I can tolerate correction. So to keep things light and airy, I thank you again for the vote and correct me when I'm wrong.

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            • #7
              My uncle...

              Originally posted by Steve View Post
              I heard about gangs, or other groups of people doing things so try best to stay clear. I will stand down but be advised I pack heat and not in small calibers. Remember not to bring knives to a gun fight. I deer hunt with hand guns. On a positive note however to keep things light, as they should be light, Good bull crap is indistinguishable from the truth. The apology stands as it should, is from the heart, and I can tolerate correction. So to keep things light and airy, I thank you again for the vote and correct me when I'm wrong.
              True story?: I'll try to keep it short. About 20 years ago hunting in ****'s canyon in NE Oregon, my unkle baged a nice 4 or maybe even a 5 point Muley a top of Sheep Mountain. Upon arriving, he stradelled over the deer prepairing to dress it when the deer bolted up with my unckle on top. The deer began to run down the hill with my uncle still on top. About half way down my uncle fell off the back of the deer holding on to it's tail. being dragged about 100 feet or so my uncle was no longer able to hold on and let go. As he got up he noticed that there was another hunter there accompanied by a few other fellow hunters that were obviously still reeling in what they just witnessed. As my uncle brushed himself off he looked at the knife he had still in his right hand and at the same time looked at the other hunters and said "one of these days I'm going to buy a gun".

              TacMig

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              • #8
                kodack moment.. no dought

                As my uncle brushed himself off he looked at the knife he had still in his right hand and at the same time looked at the other hunters and said "one of these days I'm going to buy a gun".

                LOL,
                now thats a story to pass down to your children. don't get too many rides like that.nice to see his humor was still intact after the ride.

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                • #9
                  Yahoo!

                  Thanks Tacmig. After three days of working to bring the boiler on line I really appreciate the story and can imagine the whole thing. Took me a while to get off the floor and post.

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