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Old 01-23-2012, 03:18 AM   #131
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Fellows ignore this guy. From his post he has some problems. This is not a mental health outreach forum. Don't feed his antisocial behavior and maybe he will get some help.

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Dude iv been to iraq in the Marines. Trip BLED in afghanistan for the Marines.
So then why are you afraid of wolves then? They don't shoot at you, like rags do.

If you're still overloaded with PTSD you'll get over it. It just takes time.

Maybe 10 years.

Maybe 20.

Just don't take it out on anything that crawls, walks or swims, in the meantime.

Get over it.
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Really can't, that just made so little sense, I had to have clarification.
I agree. But it stirred the pot right? Think about it. I'm out.
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Shooting a wolf eating my sheep = good
Shooting a wolf trying to eat me...bad?
Does the sheep have a greater right to live than I? The one responsible for the entire flock?
You're too hung up on the story about Little Red Ridinghood.

Trust me, no wolf is going to kill or eat you.

There is no documentation.

Two foolish women went jogging alone, one in Alaska, another in California.

One was killed by wolves, the other was killed and eaten by a lion.

Two. That's all.
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I hunt dragons. Naked. With an axe. While riding a flying unicorn.

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I hunt dragons. Naked. With an axe. While riding a flying unicorn.
Bravo! Watch out for your penis though. The gators might think it is a worm.
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I've used it to catch gators. Then I use it to flip them in the back of my Ferd F-Teenthousand

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I've used it to catch gators. Then I use it to flip them in the back of my Ferd F-Teenthousand
Whatever floats your boat, in Mississippi.

They never showed that on Andy of Mayberry though.
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That's because they don't have gators in Mt. Airy NC. They hunt snorlaks. With blowguns. While dressed as a county sheriff.

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That's because they don't have gators in Mt. Airy NC. They hunt snorlaks. With blowguns. While dressed as a county sheriff.
I suppose this qualifies as English by default.

And I realize that everything in the USA east of the Rockies drains through Mississippi too.

But otherwise, I am guessing you have reached your 0.08 limit by now and should probably not be driving for a couple of hours at least.
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