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Old 06-10-2013, 12:27 PM   #11
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On a semi empty range, I'm that passive aggressive ass hole who'll make a huge show of packing up all my stuff to move down two or three lanes, throwing hateful glares towards the offending party

Can't help it. I do it in good humor, but I make damn sure they know why. This has actually led to at least one person in the past learning a lesson about courtesy. ME. I was the offending party at one time, and that behavior is exactly what drew my attention to the issue.

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Same rules apply to choosing a urinal in a public bathroom.

If it was a woman with the young child then some leniency must be given because she may not be fully briefed on the intricacies of man law.

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Same rules apply to choosing a urinal in a public bathroom.

If it was a woman with the young child then some leniency must be given because she may not be fully briefed on the intricacies of man law.
On that note, what the hell is up with the guys that wanna shake your hand, introduce themselves, and tell you all about their life story at the urinals? Jeez...

I knew a car salesman who followed a customer into the bathroom to talk to him about the car the customer had been looking at... while the customer was making a bowel movement. He stood outside the stall door, telling him all about the features of the car. He didn't make the sale.
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Well, I know not about others, but I am going to be busy

playing "the ammo game", and going fishing for awhile,

after things get a little more normal, I'll go back to

"the range game".

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