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Old 10-07-2013, 11:03 PM   #11
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I agree, I want so very many things and often get frustrated that I work my a$$ off and can't afford everything right now. Then I remind myself that I have happy healthy kids and money can't buy that. Want more guns though LOL



Afterthought, at least our problems are not real problems "I want to be cancer free" or "I want to get a job"
I am not religious, yet I believe most of us are blessed to have the disposable income for firearms.
Sorry for ruining the thread with my rant.

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More arrows for my bow.
A proper workbench with grinder for my shed.
New work boots for work and hunting.
Sig p226 with threaded barrel and suppressor.
Toyota Tacoma.
More tools, golf balls, and ammo.
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I want enough money in the bank for my daughters education througout her life. I feel like that would be a giant weight off of my shoulders.
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I want enough money in the bank for my daughters education througout her life. I feel like that would be a giant weight off of my shoulders.
I agree. I think every parent wants that.
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I just want to retire. I will get a pension. and I put a heck of a lot into my 401 (k) program. I dream of getting social security and Medicare forever after retirement?
I don't worry much about my children's college tuition. I keep hoping they will either be smart enough to get scholarships or too dumb to go to college. Two down, three to go. So far so good!
I don't think the average degree is worth the expense. Most graduates don't even work in their fields. I dropped out in tenth grade, took the GED test, and went to work. I did go to community college for maybe six years (the company pays tuition) and never got a degree.
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Enough land for my own range. Someone to build it for me. A pontoon boat. A nice 26 or 28 Ft RV...

The $$ to afford to shoot whenever I want.

But what I really desire the most is for My wife and myself to have less health issues.....
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