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5 years 24 weeks ago, 4:05 PM

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The Department of Homeland Security said it was revising a program (287g) that authorized local police to enforce federal immigration law — a controversial aspect of U.S. border policy.
"If I'm told not to enforce immigration law except if the alien is a violent criminal, my answer to that is we are still going to do the same thing, 287g or not," said Arpaio. His deputies have identified in jail or picked up on the streets more than 30,000 illegal immigrants in the Phoenix area. "We have been very successful," said the five-term sheriff.

The Department of Justice is investigating whether Arpaio's deputies have used skin color as a pretense to stop Latinos suspected of being illegal immigrants.

Obama's policy change is expected to bolster his standing with Latinos and some Democratic legislators. The administration is seeking to set the stage for a sweeping overhaul of immigration legislation that could put millions of illegal workers on the path to U.S. citizenship.

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This is just my humble opinion but isn't the democrat majority using skin color for political preference? Aren't they patronising minorities? Aren't democrats taking a shit on the lawful order of the United States? Sheriff Joe is simply enforcing the law and I can hardly wait for the day when he is not too busy to bust that asshole that has parked his illegal immigrant, kenyan ass in the White House. I want to see obama wearing pink underwear and living in Sheriff Joe's tent city.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 4:39 PM

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This is the land

This is the land of the free but we can only take so much,fix your own damn coutry, its ok to ask for help in fixing it but be aware we have our own problems to deal with.As for SKIN color,ya no shit most illegal immigrants Are what color.I mean no offense to those who come in leagaly,your good to go.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 4:43 PM

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question

why do allot of lighter skin people pay big money at tanning booths?.....so they can look more illegal???good thing we got rid of all the indians, those illegal dark skinned bastards!!!!

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 4:51 PM

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Im white and

I stiil dont know,I do a lot of fighting in places all over the world & its great on my skin,tanning booths waste of good money

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 5:09 PM

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wow

that is soooo cool

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 5:33 PM

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well

crap i sun burn every year,maybe i'm doing it wrong.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 5:37 PM

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i guess

if you renounce your citizenship and become illegal, you get a nice mocha like color instantly.....almost do the opposite of micheal Jackson.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 5:42 PM

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lol

wow I did not know that.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 6:22 PM

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They woulda fought harder for it, made their teepees more fire resistant, and started going to AA meetings to get off the fire water. As for the Meskins, well, the real secret is that the fences in various places are simply there to funnel them right into my sector of fire.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 6:25 PM

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Just checking in, how are you. How's the haircut?

5 years 23 weeks ago, 6:27 PM

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The barber shop was closed. I'm going to look like a ragbag at work tonight. Oh well, I'll have a hat on tomorrow at the shooting competition, so I'll still look cool. Read Semaru's post in the Calico picture. Calico for CQB with a leg holster? I think we got a 15 year old wannabe.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 6:29 PM

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I do believe so.

You use alot of these in the sandbox, don't you? LOL
Just checking was going to swing by and take your wife out dancing...

5 years 23 weeks ago, 6:32 PM

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Wife's in Missouri

Had minor complications with her surgery, so they put her on convalescent leave, she went to see her nephew's baptism. That's right, I'm a bachelor until Tuesday. BRING ON THE BITCHES!!!!! Well, nevermind. I don't have time for bitches, I'm getting caught up on casing preparations. 9mm's almost done, taking .223 cases into work to separate mil from civilian. And they call it work.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 6:34 PM

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ebear!!!

I shaved my whole body when I used to go tanning. Chest hair leaves little tan lines. Just thought you might like to know.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 6:46 PM

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LMAO at how fast these

threads evolve into seriously demented exercises in friviality. BTW, is friviality a real word?

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 6:50 PM

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It's frivolity (or is it frivoloty), but either way you got it right. BTW, isn't daisy cutter a
bombing term?

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 6:55 PM

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general purpose bomb with a nose fuse extension. The mechanical fuse, set for instantanious is screwed into the extension. Fuse contacts earth and dets the bomb at knee level. Nice critter for screwing up charlies,gomer's or mohammed's moral and health record. Used to use them on anti-personnel bombs, nasty stuff :<))

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 6:55 PM

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No

As for the leg holster,I did not say it worked well but I have it
and as for QBC an auto 9mm 100rnds,50rnds works good for suppression,and I dont use it in the sandbox it stays at home.
Sorry if I sound like 15year old

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 6:59 PM

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Supression in CQB?

You must think you're on a web site with a bunch of fellow teenagers. You're full of shit. Which agency are you with, or is that classified? I have a feeling nobody here has the right clearance, right? Come clean, admit you're not a high-speed, low-drag, air-cooled, teflon-coated, laser-guided "operator", and have fun with the rest of us. If you continue this charade, I shall be forced to use you as my happy sock.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 7:00 PM

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Daisycutter

Nasty stuff directed toward the guys not dressed like us is always a good thing.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 7:10 PM

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Now, daisycutters are cool but I'm also fond of Napalm, marshmallows & hotdogs roasted to perfection. frivolity is correct according to Funk & Wagnals :<)

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 7:16 PM

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I had the occasion, when I was a young infantry baby, to see two 55 gallon drums of Foo (is that right?) Gas being detonated during a live-fire defense exercise. The night became day and everyone on the line stopped firing and stared. It took our CO screaming at us to keep firing before we got back into the exercise. It's a wonderful sight and warms my heart thinking about it. On a less-lethal, but still pyrotechinc note, burning shit in a cut down oil drum with diesel is not heart warming, but we did have a sergeant cook a slice of spam over a burning shit drum and eat it.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 7:27 PM

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fuel-air weapon. Makes big boom and is good for clearing an LZ. Good for clearing out the hostiles too (HG)
You had me rotflmao with the spam & shit burner. That is about what I consider spam to be fit for. Personally I would'nt choke a sheet head with the stuff.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 7:45 PM

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I don't think it was fuel-air explosive. It was basically homemade napalm the engineer mixed up with an explosive kicker charge at the base of the drum. I've heard it called foo gas, I'm just unsure of the spelling.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 8:11 PM

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for hard to explain stuff. Your engineers must have got it just right. I'd have liked to see that! Things that blow up entertain me, I go orgasmic on 7-4 :<)

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 8:16 PM

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My goal is for my son to cut down at least two trees at once with det cord before his tenth birthday. Jul 4 is going to be a life-changing experience in the Runawaygun household.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 8:33 PM

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you mean Semaru is'nt a real Mercinary????....golly gee whiz he had me fooled.

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 9:17 PM

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ebear, I've met enough

SEALs, Rangers, Green Berets, Eagle Scouts,
Rosicrucians and mercenaries on line you could populate San Francisco with them.
Boy, do I ever feel safe :<))

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 9:29 PM

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lol.....its all good......

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 8:49 PM

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Ummmm, det cord Can I come to the felling, pretty please/ :<))

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 8:56 PM

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love

me some homer.......

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5 years 23 weeks ago, 10:33 PM

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Yes, ebear sure does

love him some homo

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yup

god i miss your dad!!!!

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