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Old 05-16-2010, 12:23 AM   #1
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Slim Jim was a tenacious archery instructor, so committed to his students that the heat of battle would not faze his focused concentration on their technique.
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But when the smoke cleared, Slim realized that his prized pupil had been fallen by a bullet from the rifle of the man who goes by "txhillbilly."
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Old 05-16-2010, 12:37 AM   #2
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Why did it have to be an Indian?

Looks like you had some fun.
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Why did it have to be an Indian?

Looks like you had some fun.
I did not identify the ethnicity of the student for the sake of political correctness. I don't see color.

We did.
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Chef on the SOCOM.
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am I the only one that found the juxtaposition of rifles and golf clubs a bit odd?
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than Lt Col Custer !
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Hey I thought it was terrorist or an illegal allien on top of the mound spying on the place. Just doing my duty as an American-Homeland Security,you know!!!

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And the body parts were just everywhere-Run Forrest,Run!!!!!!

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am I the only one that found the juxtaposition of rifles and golf clubs a bit odd?
Well, you're the first to mention it!

Actually, I would hit a ball up high with a pitching wedge and hillbilly would pick them off mid-air with his 25-06.
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