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Old 03-04-2009, 02:13 PM   #61
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Well I have always been called a Hillbilly by everyone that meets me. I used to have hair past my waist and beard almost as long. I cut it a little a few years ago,but can't every go with a yuppie look(short hair). And being a "NATIVE TEXAN" gives me the Tx part of my handle.

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Webster co. 50 miles due west of Columbus , right off the Natchez Trace .
Beautiful area, i did some hunting & hanging out near Maben & Mathiston while i was a student at MSU.
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Well, I'm still waiting for my CCW permit, and I hope to purchase a stainless
pistol for carry, so...Stainless it is.

Blue steel or polymer (the E-V-I-L black gun)
guns are perhaps perceived as more concealable by some, but there's
nothing that looks like that beautiful stainless steel!

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Well, I'm still waiting for my CCW permit, and I hope to purchase a stainless
pistol for carry, so...Stainless it is.

Blue steel or polymer (the E-V-I-L black gun)
guns are perhaps perceived as more concealable by some, but there's
nothing that looks like that beautiful stainless steel!
Hey Stainless check here:

NIB Series 90 Lightweight Defender - Auction: 9027625 (Ends 03/10/2009, 06:36:20 PST)

Best gun in the WORLD!



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my initials and the year i was born

yeah im a youngin

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my initials and the year i was born

yeah im a youngin
You still have Brest milk on your breath!

But I'm glad to have you aboard!

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Native North Carolinian ...and I am into reenacting (F&I / Rev War) becuse that time period was when my ancestors originally settled here (..well, at least my European ones).

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Some interesting lines of thought for handles.


Mine is really plain, Level Cross a little spot on the map where I started my shop. Got the idea while sitting in church one morning and the preacher repeatedly mentioned the cross and staying on the right path.

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I never liked using my real name for forums so many moons ago I started using "Indy36". I was from Indiana and I was 36. I'm still in Indiana and am now in my 40s. I still have a hard time with that...40s. Halfway to death my friends. And since 70 to 80 can be rough for a lot of people I really only have 22 or so years of 'fun' left. Scares the hell out of me. I'm nowhere near where I thought I'd be as a kid, material things that is. I've got a wife and kids and toys but that high paying job and golf course life have yet to find me. It's tough out there. Doesn't look like I'll ever be financially better off than my dad, but my wife is a lot better looking than my mom so take that dad!

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It's a joke based on the fact that I have had a reputation at past jobs of not being approached until I've had at least two cups of coffee.

My current work wouldn't get it. I've usually had two cups before I ever set foot in the building.

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