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Old 09-02-2013, 11:44 AM   #751
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are we talking about the same person, i think we might be talking about?
Yep. I told you all about it just recently, and exactly how far he went.
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Old 09-02-2013, 01:16 PM   #752
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When someone asks what I want for dinner I generally just say food. I'm terrible at making decisions and I'm really not too picky.

That might be one of Trip's pet peeves...
I'm so bad about this. I used to say I don't care until i realized a BBQ place had opened called I Don't Care BBQ. Idk if it was a real place or not but it was on the news. Anyway now I just say food, then I'm asked what kind, so I say delicious food
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Speaking of food, I hate it when people buy groceries and say you should be stocked up for the weekend. Then there's no breakfast food, no bread to make sandwiches and only enough ribs for Friday and Saturday. What to do for breakfast...
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Mmmm food......geez now I just wanna like scarf down some pancakes.
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What are you talking about? I know nothing.
You know enough to get high 90s or more on most tests...
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How about when you ask someone what they want, and they say "anything".

Okay. How about Mexican?
Not in the mood...
Pizza?
No thanks.
Italian?
Too expensive.
McDonald's?
Ugh.
Eat at home?
Don't feel like cooking.
What if I cook?
Don't feel like doing the dishes.
What if I do both?
I guess I'm just not hungry.

Well why didn't you say so? I'm gonna have a sandwich. Fend for yourself.

5 minutes later...
I'm hungry.

WHAT DA FUGG!?!?
You need to carry a few ball bearings with you. Write "2 IT" on them. When someone does that, hand them a ball bearing. They are sure to ask "What's this for?"

"I figured you were waiting until you got around to it to go feed yourself."
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Yep. I told you all about it just recently, and exactly how far he went.
not real bright is he?

at the rate he's going, i wonder if he will ever escape his immaturity.
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I hate it when I go into a gun store to browse and they are sold out of .22 lr but some prick has decided to put his stockpile on consignment for $100 a box of 525 rounds....pissed!

Even the gunstore employee, who is a friend of mine, said he hopes the guy never sells it for that price.

Also, the same guy who keeps showing up at my local Bass Pro and other local gunstores and buying every round of .22 lr they have, straight off the truck. That also pisses me off
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I'm not gonna lie, I'm gonna start stockpiling as soon as I get **** together.

I'm not going to be that ass hole we all hate, buying so much of it that no one else can get any, but you can bet your sweet little ass I'm buying way more than I need. Then I'll start buying reloading gear too.

I told Cinder last night that I'm looking at a 180 hour paycheck soon. We have a guy going on vacation, and no one wants the overtime to cover him, and I NEED the money. I told her I'm thinking about treating myself to a new gun. What I didn't tell her is that this 8" .357 S&W has really caught my eye. But I may settle for a little cricket now that I think about it. If so, I'll be buying at least two bricks per paycheck (paid every two weeks), until I get a good several thousand rounds.

I want enough on hand, plus reloading supplies, to support my current shooting habits for the rest of my life. I was caught with my pants down big time during this recent shortage. I went most of the shortage with two loaded 1911 mags plus a few lose rounds rattling around in my console.

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When i buy a box to shoot I buy a box to keep. And at least a box a paycheck no matter what. It's building up pretty fast even without bulk ammo purchases. I hate the guys that buy up all the crap right off the truck at all the stores too. Gets in the way of guys like me getting what we need.
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