...can I lick your pussy? And I would ask that with the UTMOST respect.
it looks like a 9mm ar-15..
I have a 48 year old American male. Born and raised on a ranch in northwest Missouri.
Went to Arizona State University for 4 years, lived in a wilderness camp 10 miles north of the messicanborder supervising juvenile offenders for 1 year.
Moved to the Chicago area and lived there for 19 years. Moved back to northwest Missouri in the spring of 2008. Applied for and hired as a Corrections Officer.
I grew up with guns. Got my first gun for my 6th birthday. A 22 harrington&richards single shot. I still have that gun.
I volunteer as a hunter education instructor and also taught in Illinois.
I have been a competitive shooter for about 30 years. My lastest passion is cowboy action shooting. It is incredibly fun and the people are wonderful to be around and play with. I have played all manner of gun games and in most other games the people are way too serious and forget to have fun and forget to be friendly. They get upset when they dont win, espiecially after they spent several hundred dollars having a gun crank add hot rod parts to their gun.
I love guns and shooting and all the stuff that goes with it.
I have taught a few hundred people how to shoot; about half were women. I have many guns that I term as girl guns.ie; girl friendly. I hate it when a woman tells the tale of her first shooting experence of a big, loud gun that hurt her.. dumb guys do that.
I have acquired a very nice collection of firearms. I own 2 of many guns; its helpful when teaching someone to shoot. And its cool to have a pair of guns.
Editorial writing is another hobby of mine.
I found this website by accident. I was looking for a folding stock for a marlin camp 9. I bought it years ago to go with a smith&wesson 9.
Yesterday I got the gun Ive wanted for over a year. A Glock 34.
Today I shot it.
So, here I am.
Hope you continue to enjoy the site, it's pretty cool. Welcome again.
Thanksgiving Day is a unique national family celebration. No other country has a celebration exactly like it. It does not honor a victory, mark a revolution, or commemorate the birth or death of a national hero.
It is the great holiday of the common people.
As we put the extra leaf in the table and assemble the chairs for the gathering of family and friends, or travel to a special place for dinner, we have a lot to be thankful for.
We have peace in our land. We do not have to stand in long lines to buy food rations. We have clothing and shoes in our stores and we do not have to wait in long lines to buy gasoline.
We can be thankful that as a nation and as a people we are better off in the things that matter. The American people voluntarily give more money and more goods to charity and needy causes than the rest of the world combined. And that does not include the amount given to churches. Much to the benefit of others we have a lot of goodness in us.
There are many agencies and organizations nearby that need and deserve our support.
Or perhaps a widow who lives on your street needs something very small and trivial and doesn’t know who to ask. Maybe a neighbor needs gently used warm clothes for their children. A military family is missing someone. Many people only need a warm smile and a friendly greeting. Charity and giving has many forms.
During this holiday season we can make our part of the world a better place. Care, compassion and concern for others ensure the survival and betterment of mankind.
We can make a difference because charity never fails.
The first Thanksgiving was a week long celebration in 1621.
Later; the forth Thursday in November was assigned and devoted as “the day for giving thanks and prayers to that great and glorious Being who is the beneficent author of all the good that was, and is, and ever will be”.
We should also be thankful for the men and women who have served and are serving in our Armed Forces.
Our foreign policy is often debated; but nobody can deny that We, the people of the United States of America, have always had and always will have the best military on earth.
God bless America, and especially our troops and their families this holiday season.
I feel that you will be a good influence here. I love your Thanksgiving piece. Sage advice.
Hope you can enjoy us miscreants, we do have fun.
Thank you, thank you very much..
By the way. your photo was the 1st I saw on this website.
The girl looks like a shooter. Not just a poser. She's wearing earplugs!!