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Old 03-08-2013, 04:40 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by langenc View Post
Probably 'not invited' cause they didnt want to get beat.
Probably. A young lady I used to work with came to work on a Monday morning with her cheek all bruised up..the boss was going to call the police for domestic abuse and she finally talked him out of it. I approached her and she said she wanted to show me something. In her car was a brand new Ruger Red Label. Turns out she won it over the weekend in a clay shooting contest. Her bruised face came from hitting a perfect score, beating the men in the competition. Her perfect score was a day long tournament....she hit 500 clays. Her bruises went away in a couple of weeks...but the men in the tournament didn't want her to enter any more of them.
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