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We're like Blackwater, except without the impulse control.
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We couldn't agree on a slogan.
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Free DHS file after 200 posts!
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What caliber for Bear?
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Even escaping to a new forum won't save you this time!
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Guns save lives
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Is Gun, is shoot!
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Post by HTRN » Sat Feb 06, 2010 1:45 am

Speaking of Russians - anybody heard from Eugene lately?


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Post by Netpackrat » Sat Feb 06, 2010 3:39 am

HTRN wrote:Speaking of Russians - anybody heard from Eugene lately?
Been wondering about him myself.
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Post by Combat Controller » Sat Feb 06, 2010 3:53 am

He's fine, just doing some work for me and there might be a girl involved....

When I get over this pneumonia and get the dough rustled up we will get this back on track...

Molon Labe anyone?
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Post by Precision » Sat Feb 06, 2010 4:38 am

CombatController wrote:He's fine, just doing some work for me and there might be a girl involved....

When I get over this pneumonia and get the dough rustled up we will get this back on track...

Molon Labe anyone?

How bout "molon labe"

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Post by Denis » Sat Feb 06, 2010 6:18 am

CombatController wrote:He's fine, just doing some work for me and there might be a girl involved....
Working for you involves girls? Where do I sign up? :-)

Say "Hi" to Eugene for us, and get yourself over that pneumonia.

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Post by First Shirt » Sun Feb 07, 2010 1:31 am

CombatController wrote:
When I get over this pneumonia and get the dough rustled up we will get this back on track...
Don't screw around with pneumonia!!! I had it in October, and it hit so fast that I went from mildly short of breath on Sunday to ICU and oxygen by Friday.

And the best part, apparently when Dad and I were cutting wood this summer, I was exposed to some sort of fungus, which nested in my lungs, and the antibiotics (for the pneumonia) fertilized. Been back in the hospital once over it (not ICU, thank G-d) and the experts are saying another 4-6months before I'm recovered.

At this point, I'd give $100 to take a deep breath.
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Post by Highspeed » Sun Feb 07, 2010 1:40 am

CombatController wrote:
Molon Labe anyone?
Sounds good to me.

I found my old " Nation of Riflemen " shirt the other day and wore it to a gun show. Kind of preaching to the converted :)
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Post by 308Mike » Sun Feb 07, 2010 2:51 am

Pneumonia is kinda' like malaria, 'cause that once you've had it, you're MUCH more susceptible to a relapse.
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Post by Aglifter » Sun Feb 07, 2010 3:22 am

308Mike wrote:Pneumonia is kinda' like malaria, 'cause that once you've had it, you're MUCH more susceptible to a relapse.
+1. Amazingly enough, running from 100+ degrees into -20 degrees wasn't good for my lungs. I haven't had a problem in years, but I can feel when my lungs are starting to be bothered by the cold - for me, it's important to keep my face covered in v. cold climates.
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Post by Windy Wilson » Mon Feb 08, 2010 8:42 pm

I might have known that Eugene would hang around until he found better use of his time.
Good luck to him!

And Pneumonia can hit fast and hard, My dad died about a week after he began having trouble swallowing food correctly (alzheimers and hemorraghic strokes are not pretty). We put him in the hospital and he was gone in three days.

I'm sure I don't need to tell you guys who've had pneumonia to be careful, but the rest of you guys who may want to just tough it out. . . . . Be Careful out there!

But, back to the original subject of this thread, Molon Labe would be interesting, except it has sort of been done. I already have a black ball cap with red letters, "Molon Labe" on it.
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