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Old 12-25-2013, 11:41 AM   #32341
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I'm with y'all heading to work now times like this I miss West Point because every holiday either one of the post families would bring us plates or the chaplains would get together and do something not to mention all the Christmas cookie bags baked by the wonderful military families and delivered by the lil ones in the families also the Army Band would also randomly appear and start playing carols it was a wonderful place to work

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I'm at work for 8 more days!! Wooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooo.......

21 days in I'm ready!

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All I wanted for Christmas was a Banjo and I got nothing.

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All I wanted for Christmas was a Banjo and I got nothing.
Well, were you naughty or nice?

I got a magazine for my Sig P238!! And some sweet treats and some popcorn. I'm a happy girl.
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$278 including tax. Not a great deal, but not bad either. It seems like Arizona is full of cheap guns. Trez keeps talking about finding Arisakas as cheap as Mosins. I've never even seen an Arisaka here.
.... And I got another one! (Well sort of.. )

It seems here in Tucson the majority are into modern stuff. The old milsurps are harder to find, but usually are very reasonable.

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Yeah Tex, you name it and you can just about get it here. I botched up by not jumping on an H&R Breaktop 22 convertible for MzGrn. My Pawn guy sold it the day after the last Gun show here. I got pd. Two days after that, but it was gone. she wants a 22 wheelgun....
Im still kicking myself for not buying a Mateba Auto-revolver when I seen it..
It woulda broke me, but its easier to make more money than to find a cheap Mateba.. or to even find one at all!
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I was sitting here in some deep thought.....? .......never mind..!

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trying to find someone to go shoot or ride with . Gona stop by LGS and see if they have any 300 rnds , then I gotta go deal with insurance , Imagine that , the price they gave me went up ,Co** gobblers
Kids are terrible , its soggy outside and right chilly
wife is pissy too , time for me to pull out for the day

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JIB tacos are disgusting! i may need to ride into town and get myself about a dozen to remind myself just how disgusting they are!
I like them. Eat them whenever I can.

There's no Jack in the Box in Illinois? That's insane. You need one of those.
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I like them. Eat them whenever I can.

There's no Jack in the Box in Illinois? That's insane. You need one of those.
there is a JIB about half a mile from work and about once a month, a bunch of us from work will order about $40 worth of those tacos and make ourselves miserable on them!

purely disgusting those tacos, but love em too!
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I like them. Eat them whenever I can.

There's no Jack in the Box in Illinois? That's insane. You need one of those.
Many years ago we had JITB in Illinois. That is when I fell in love. Then this is what happened. That is when JITB closed in Illinois. Ah, but horsemeat might explain the strange looking meat in the tacos. LOL

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In 1981, horse meat labeled as beef was discovered at a Foodmaker plant that supplied hamburger and taco meat to Jack in the Box. The meat was originally from Profreeze of Australia, and during their checks on location, the food inspectors discovered other shipments destined for the United States which included kangaroo meat.[13][14]

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Main article: 1993 Jack in the Box E. coli outbreak
In 1993, Jack in the Box suffered a major corporate crisis involving E. coli O157:H7 bacteria. Four children died of hemolytic uremic syndrome and 600 others were reported sick after eating undercooked patties contaminated with fecal material containing the bacteria at a location in Tacoma, Washington and other parts of the Pacific Northwest. The chain was faced with several lawsuits, each of which was quickly settled (but left the chain nearly bankrupt and losing customers). At the time, Washington state law required that hamburgers be cooked to an internal temperature of at least 155 °F (68 °C), the temperature necessary to kill E. coli bacteria, although the FDA requirement at that time was only 140 °F (60 °C), which was the temperature Jack in the Box cooked. After the incident, Jack in the Box mandated that in all nationwide locations, their hamburgers be cooked to at least 155 °F (68 °C).[15][16][17] Additionally, all meat products produced in the United States are required to comply with HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) regulations. Every company that produces meat products is required to have a HACCP plan that is followed continuously. Following the outbreak, Jack in the Box hired consultant Dave Theno to lead their food safety turn around. He worked with food safety experts from manufacturing companies and created a comprehensive program to test for bacteria in every food product used at Jack in the Box.


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there is a JIB about half a mile from work and about once a month, a bunch of us from work will order about $40 worth of those tacos and make ourselves miserable on them!

purely disgusting those tacos, but love em too!
Holy crap. That is 80 tacos. That could KILL a man!!!! I ate 4 and I felt I wqas taking a big risk. LOL
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