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Old 08-24-2013, 02:23 AM   #81
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If i were to pick the gun, it would be an original Wells Fargo 1886 Winchester......
I have an 1886 Winchester.......
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LOL.....None. Lucy Pinder, and Michelle Marsh
Oh -- I forgot to thank you for sending me those fully clothed, non-suggestive pictures of yourself.
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Oh -- I forgot to thank you for sending me those fully clothed, non-suggestive pictures of yourself.
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Definitely the gun. Having a hard time narrowing it down... it would be either a barret .50. Or a m240g.... both are so fun... probly the 240 I think.. yup... 10k rounds would keep me and the wifey busy for good couple hours

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GUN. M249 Saw. I've always wanted to fire onc

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Oh -- I forgot to thank you for sending me those fully clothed, non-suggestive pictures of yourself.
I missed the pics that Winds wiped out, and now I missed these of readygirl! I feel so left out.
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Tell me about it!
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Maybe between the two of us we can work out a deal.
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Maybe between the two of us we can work out a deal.
Be careful, RG! I imagine this deal is going to include compromising pics of you that, if they get out, won't allow you to run for public office!
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It's been a quite week around here. I know I've been busier than usual at work, and haven't been on here as much as I usually am, then when I do log on . . . no fights. Damn. How boring.

This thread probably won't engender that much hard feelings on anybody's part, but hopefully it will be interesting, and mebbe insightful.

Here's the issue. You stop by a garage sale, and you see an old brass spittoon that you think would look good in your man cave. You talk 'em town to $2.00 and take that sucker home. Grabbing a can of brasso you go to clean it up and a damn genie appears . . . it's not a spittoon, its the bottom half of an old Arabian oil lamp.

Okay, you say, here are my three wishes . . . but the genie says he's soooo tired of the three wishes crap, that everybody wants three wishes, but it doesn't work that way with all lamps, and here's the best deal here can give you:

You can either spend one week, anywhere in the world, with the girl of your dreams, or you can have (for keeps) any gun that you want.

Which would you choose, and WHY?
The gun. Somethings are best left as fantasies, and even though she isn't perfect, I am already married to my best friend.
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