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Old 08-26-2012, 08:03 PM   #31
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Oh man, I was about to go out and buy a t.v. Then you said "...one guy..." intimating that the show is pretty much about a bunch of weird guys. Let me know when they get to the women.

And a nod to Longballer-mid century furniture is the best. I'm getting ready to move into my own house for the first time in about 17 years. I'm going to slowly be furnishing it with mid-century stuff. Very hard to find in Tennessee. I guess I'll be paying lots of shipping. Timeless stuff.
There were chicks on there too that were extremely odd as well.....
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Old 08-26-2012, 08:08 PM   #32
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Heres another odd show .... small town security. I nearly died i laughed so hard

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Old 08-27-2012, 02:28 AM   #33
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I collect 20$ bills. My collection is woefully small. Any one want to donate?

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I collect 20$ bills. My collection is woefully small. Any one want to donate?
Haha nice try
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Old 08-27-2012, 11:53 PM   #35
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I collect .380s, you might say; I have a Ruger LCP, a Kel-Tec P3AT, a Taurus revolver, and a Cobray M12. I also collect walking sticks, Congress-pattern pocket knives, and Uncle Scrooge comic books from the late 50s and early 60s drawn by Carl Barks, the best artist that Disney ever had. THAT collection is complete; he drew 70 of them, and I have them all. If I ever decide to collect the other comics he did, it'll be in the hundreds.

Barks was a huge celebrity in Europe, especially in the Scandinavian countries for some reason; when he died in 2000 at the age of 99, there were full-page obituaries in a lot of the big-city dailies. Over here, nobody knew. Too bad. I have a couple of signed prints of his too, but no oils -- they go for half a mil and up. Yes, oil paintings of the ducks of Duckburg.

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Started out buying a used Ruger P85 9mm from a friend, decided I needed a .22 so I picked up a S&W 22A1 for target plinking. Moved on to bigger and better with the addition to my collection with a S&W M&P 40 that I use as my main CDP practice. And to round out the collection (notice how i said round out not end) I came across an awesome deal on a Colt Anaconda 44 Mag. The collection continues........

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Generally less common, rare or obscure reasonably modern semi auto handguns.

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Current: watches, folding pocket knives, guns (of course), handmade hardwood pens, and lighters.

Past collections included: flashlights and high-powered mobile audio equipment, mostly amps.

Within my guns I aim for single actions for plinking fun, and pocket guns for conceal carry, and always and only semi-auto... Simple as that.

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I collect large caliber handguns. All of them are revolvers. The only large caliber semi-auto I have purchased is a Glock 31. I sold it to buy a Ruger 357 mag convertible. No, I am not a Glock fanboy. I am a Ruger fanboy. The person Glock fanboys hate the most. Mostly because I blow all their equipment on the ground with the muzzle blast from one of my revolvers.

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I collect Glocks and im currently getting into knives ....and a lonnnnnnnnng time collection of mine has been hats i have like houses full of hats lol

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