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Old 02-21-2014, 06:46 PM   #431
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Yep,,,, Hail to the King,,,,,,,,,,, just ask him.
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Enough on the sharing already.
Don't worry, I've shared enough. Well, I will say I had three colonoscopies since last May. Think I already said that!

Yeah, enough already!
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2 months in the woods is an awful lot of beer and beef jerky to carry, Im thinking that JD would be a better choice and its good for snake bites! Need a couple mules for the man cave accoutrements as well. First you gotta check one of those online Hotel sites, they got great deals on SHTF hideaway packages, all inclusive, big savings if you book ahead of time. Just cause the SHTF doesnt mean I have to be on the downwind side of it!
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Old 02-21-2014, 09:21 PM   #434
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...Need a couple mules for the man cave accoutrements as well....
That's a leeeeeeeeetle to much info there WF. Not judging, just saying TMI on the kink.



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'gello - have you been to Tijuana?
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That's a leeeeeeeeetle to much info there WF. Not judging, just saying TMI on the kink.



Of course Web could be referring to ladies of the night. When I was at Camp Carroll, Korea, girls were brought on base in a mule wagon, which was just a covered Army deuce&half full of girls from the red light district! They were dropped off at the EM and Top 5 Clubs and no doubt the Officer's Club. I couldn't believe the Army in Korea, anything goes, at least in 1969 and before.
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Of course Web could be referring to ladies of the night. When I was at Camp Carroll, Korea, girls were brought on base in a mule wagon, which was just a covered Army deuce&half full of girls from the red light district! They were dropped off at the EM and Top 5 Clubs and no doubt the Officer's Club. I couldn't believe the Army in Korea, anything goes, at least in 1969 and before.
My father told me there were strippers in the Officers's Club at his base in Thailand during the Vietnam war.
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strippers? where!
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Funny, I have a shipment coming from Thailand as we speak!

... but not strippers, grippers... Err, Hi Power wooden grips/stocks.

Really veering off topic here.
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My dr650SE , 10/22 takedown and ammo . 5.11 rush 72 , ontario 1-18 sbk machete. mora HD companion. a sharpening stone A bottle of isopropyl alchohol and cotton balls . mapp gas blowtorch . a tent and bedroll. 100ft 550 paracard . 300yards of power pro fishing line a pack of 2/0 hooks few bags of both rice and dry beans . and thats prolly it
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