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Old 06-15-2011, 10:36 PM   #11
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Well said, Jay.

Someone had posted once that practice doesn't make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect. 22lr is perfect for that perfect practice
Wow, that almost gave me a headache?

I'll have to practice reading that......
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LOL...neither do I. But same can be said with a .22LR or even a .177 airgun (just saying).
There was a guy that had his Brother-in-law shoot him in the leg so he would know what being shot felt like.
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There was a guy that had his Brother-in-law shoot him in the leg so he would know what being shot felt like.
I am sure there are crazies like that...thankfully, I don't (personally) know them. Maybe I do, just don't know it.
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I second that motion!

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Practice makes perfect. But, No-one is perfect, so why even practice?

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Speaking of letting someone shot you. cane may have hear about this. it happened in Miami, go figure. Woman shoots boyfriend in the heart on a dare | 9news.com

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Practice makes perfect. But, No-one is perfect, so why even practice?
You'll not live forever, so off yerself and quit wasting time, just don't use a gun to do it.... without any practice, you might miss.
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Wow Jay...Did you just suggest that I go kill myself? At least I can speak in coherent sentences and do not type in pink.

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Wow Jay...Did you just suggest that I go kill myself? At least I can speak in coherent sentences and do not type in pink.
This is pink Wow yourself.... for some time purple text has been used to indicate sarcasm. Words in coherent sentences are usually spelled correctly. There's even a spell-checker included in the posting process here.

How coherent is this ?

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Practice makes perfect. But, No-one is perfect, so why even practice?
Ludicrous comment, at best.
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