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5 years 2 days ago, 8:06 AM

DollPartzz

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The following companies have proven themselves to be enemies of the
Second Amendment. DO NOT spend your money with people who
would try and take away our liberties!
Click on each for more information.

Boycott ATT
Switch to a PRO 2A LD Phone Company

Boycott Starbucks Coffee

BOYCOTT Levi Strauss
Petition: Boycott Levi Strauss

Petition: Walmart

"Nobody doesn't like Sara Lee",
Except people who respect the
Bill of Rights!

Hills Brothers Coffee

Visit our web page often for the "ammunition" you need to
"arm yourself" against gun control.

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5 years 2 days ago, 8:44 AM

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http://www.wagc.com/boycotts.html

The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing.”-Albert Einstein
5 years 2 days ago, 10:08 AM

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Also Amazon.com

I and several others on here, wrote letters to them, with lukewarm terse boiler plate replies. They support Handgun, Inc, the Brady Bunch.

5 years 2 days ago, 9:02 AM

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Hum, I don't use any of their products
anyway and Wally*World has a strangle
hold on the local market, for now.
Several years ago I sent a few letters
to Levi but it was like shootin'
cockroaches, a big waste of time.
Y'ever shoot cockroaches? I used a .410
Another fun thing I used to do is hunt rabbits
with my .45 ACP. A good shoulder or
hip shot and there is little left to cook :<)
That was all in my misspent youth,
damn glad I misspent it!!

iyaoyas
5 years 2 days ago, 9:32 AM

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I used to shoot Rats through the walls back in my undergraduate days. Lived in a horrible little trailer for a couple of semesters, no heat, a few windows knocked out. We kept hearing this rat moving around at night. So, I sat up with a high power pellet gun and would take shots through the walls as I heard it moving. I finally hit it and heard it squeek and drop. I was proud. Until 3 days later when it started stinking and we couldnt' get it out. Not so proud then.

5 years 2 days ago, 9:44 AM

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"For ever action, there is an equal and opposite reaction" Yes it has to do with physics. What goes up must come down...

5 years 2 days ago, 9:48 AM

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Catfeesh. Who da thunk.

5 years 2 days ago, 9:50 AM

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samD not to worry

we laying low over here in south carolina

I have reasons for the things I do, just don't expect them to be reasonable
4 years 51 weeks ago, 9:56 PM

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Rats in the attic

The comment from Catfish88 reminded me: I grew up in north Texas in an old wood frame house (with rock on the outside), out in the country. In winter, the rats would come into the house to be out of the cold, & would settle in the attic. They'd get to running & bouncing around, my daddy would get pissed, get his .22 LR rifle & start shooting through the ceiling to try to hit the rats. Ever so often, he'd connect. Sometimes he'd use an old Spanish "Ruby" pistol in .32 ACP. We had holes all in the ceiling, but we knew better than to say anything critical to Daddy. He didn't take criticism well - actually, didn't take it at all. When everything had calmed down, Mama would go out to the cellar away from the house & collect one or two bull snakes (they'd go into the cellar to get out of the cold). She'd bring them into the house, open the trap to the ceiling, & leave the snakes up there. In less than an hour, we'd hear a thump in the ceiling. Mama would wait about half an hour then send me into the attic to collect the snake with the rat in him, & I'd take it back to the cellar & get another snake. The bull snakes worked far better than any rat trap.

If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and a man. (Mark Twain).

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