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Old 10-14-2013, 01:32 AM   #21
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Quiet, sleepy morning. Misty rain, so range is out. However, I picked up a Remington 514 and a Mossberg 151K rifle yesterday. Be a good day in the shop to tear those down (along with the Marlin 39A I got last week) and do some detail scrubbing.

Another cup of coffee, and will start on those. The Mossberg is about mint- amazing since that one dates to 1950.
Ohhhh. I want a new gun. Or two.
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Ah Grasshopper, you have much to learn.

Sorry to hear that. It won't help but there a lots of folks here who've been through much the same.

Good luck with the blood sucking leache......I mean, lawyers.

PS. If I've offended any divorce attorney's, too bad.

To keep things in perspective, I kept my guns, my tools, and an old pickup truck to haul them away in. The ex who knew she was doing wrong and who's family made it very clear she was wrong, believed everything her lawyer told her even though 1/2 of it was economically impossible.

The bad part is that I have 5 acres of Grandpas farm, my cousin has the other 7 acres including the original house and barn. My uncle has 15 acres on the other side of my cousin from me.

After I move out the local thieves will move in to steal the copper plumbing and anything else they can carry away from my house leaving the bank with a house that they will have to sell for .25 cents on the dollar, but they won't allow for that and sell it to me at .50 cents on the dollar. Which I could afford without the exes income.

I will quit whining now other than to say that I am sitting in the huge kitchen with the Viking stove that she had to have, and never really used.
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My morning was looking bad there for just a little bit... I'm standing by the baggage conveyor in the ATL airport right beside my empty cart, waiting on my guitar case and bag. Here comes an officer with her drug dog. Cute beagle, I smile, nothing to hide here folks. She leads him along, gets close to me, passes me. Yadayadayada. A few minutes later, another officer approaches me with a gray canvas bag and asks if he can leave that on my empty cart to see if his coworker's dog will alert on it. I'm like, pause, gulp, okay? So, he puts it in the top of my cart and off he goes. Then, I see another officer on the other side of the conveyor with a young German Shepard. They're working the bags pretty quickly and are making their way towards me. I take a look around and Mr. bag dropper is nowhere to be seen. Tick tock, tick tock. Here they are and yep, the dog alerts on me. I tell the guy, it's not mine. He looks at me like, right.... Thankfully his partner shows and I'm off the hook, lol. That was my welcome back to the U.S.

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My morning was looking bad there for just a little bit... I'm standing by the baggage conveyor in the ATL airport right beside my empty cart, waiting on my guitar case and bag. Here comes an officer with her drug dog. Cute beagle, I smile, nothing to hide here folks. She leads him along, gets close to me, passes me. Yadayadayada. A few minutes later, another officer approaches me with a gray canvas bag and asks if he can leave that on my empty cart to see if his coworker's dog will alert on it. I'm like, pause, gulp, okay? So, he puts it in the top of my cart and off he goes. Then, I see another officer on the other side of the conveyor with a young German Shepard. They're working the bags pretty quickly and are making their way towards me. I take a look around and Mr. bag dropper is nowhere to be seen. Tick tock, tick tock. Here they are and yep, the dog alerts on me. I tell the guy, it's not mine. He looks at me like, right.... Thankfully his partner shows and I'm off the hook, lol. That was my welcome back to the U.S.
Wow...
Nobody leaves anything near me at an airport....don't care who they are!
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My morning was looking bad there for just a little bit... I'm standing by the baggage conveyor in the ATL airport right beside my empty cart, waiting on my guitar case and bag. Here comes an officer with her drug dog. Cute beagle, I smile, nothing to hide here folks. She leads him along, gets close to me, passes me. Yadayadayada. A few minutes later, another officer approaches me with a gray canvas bag and asks if he can leave that on my empty cart to see if his coworker's dog will alert on it. I'm like, pause, gulp, okay? So, he puts it in the top of my cart and off he goes. Then, I see another officer on the other side of the conveyor with a young German Shepard. They're working the bags pretty quickly and are making their way towards me. I take a look around and Mr. bag dropper is nowhere to be seen. Tick tock, tick tock. Here they are and yep, the dog alerts on me. I tell the guy, it's not mine. He looks at me like, right.... Thankfully his partner shows and I'm off the hook, lol. That was my welcome back to the U.S.
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i got up and went to work this morning. it was actually monday this morning though!

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