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    08-30-2017
    Ray probably went fishing. http://www.treestuff.com/store/catalog.asp?item=1799
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    08-30-2017
    Robert, he means give it a whip to give it a running roll, like freeing up a hose that is stuck behind a rock or something. It can shake your bag lower.
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    08-30-2017
    woodworkingboy replied to a thread HUNTING 2017 in The Rec Room
    Ray, whatever might be going on has got nothing to do with me. He should go kick his mutt or something....learn how to relax. I've had a long enough day with loud engines.
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    08-30-2017
    woodworkingboy replied to a thread HUNTING 2017 in The Rec Room
    I know nothing about snaring, I simply said I enjoyed some people's company. That's laughable, eh? I haven't a clue why you teed off on me, Mick.
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    08-30-2017
    woodworkingboy replied to a thread HUNTING 2017 in The Rec Room
    Well put yourself, Ray. Just some simple enjoyments without pretensions or the need for frills. Friends and family hanging out in a good mood together is what I found, and kind welcoming of a me as a stranger....even though I have no hunting stories. No snide wanna be clever remarks either, like post #18.
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    08-29-2017
    The unfortunate woman looks very stressed. I don't much care for the reporter's tone.
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    08-29-2017
    Majestic photo! Kind of fantasy like.
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    08-29-2017
    The lady wants some dry clothes not a microphone. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/kqkcajYOTfc" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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    08-29-2017
    woodworkingboy replied to a thread HUNTING 2017 in The Rec Room
    I accompanied a friend to a hunting camp once in Northern California. We spent the night. I wasn't hunting, but nice guys there. One man was teaching his young son to shoot a rifle for the first time by way of a gentle education, what I particularly remember. Real life....
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    08-28-2017
    Yes, amazing commitment to build up to that level of endurance. If you didn't happen to watch the Death Valley vid, it showed another endurance race through the blistering heat. They won't allow entries unless each participant can show an accompanying support team to help keep them from dying. Not many people watching it appears, too damn hot. It appears not many competitors either.
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    08-28-2017
    Looks like a very controlled race, just doing laps in the pool or when on the bike and running, rather than through long distance open terrain.
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    08-28-2017
    Even on good tracks, going through the switches can give you a good jolt sometimes. Sometimes it crosses your mind that high speed trains can at times be going in opposite directions on the same line. There's the signals and every driver carries what seems to be an official pocket watch because they all look alike. In the local trains if I go into the lead car I can see the driver through a glass pane at the front. It's cool to see but watching those endless tracks can put you in a kind of stupor. He raises his hand every time to point at a signal when coming to it, and his pocket watch is set in a little inclined space on the dashboard for that purpose. He'll be looking at his printed schedule on a card sometimes. Those guys live by the clock.
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    08-28-2017
    McGregor and the Diaz brothers throwing water bottles at each other at some press conference or whatever it was, isn't exactly roll model behavior by pro athletes...unless they were introducing a new sport.
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    08-28-2017
    Thanks, but the same deal. They give me a glimpse, but after reading a few lines they shut it down with the pay option..
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    08-28-2017
    They want me to pay to subscribe to read it.
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    08-28-2017
    The article about the fight isn't even free. What did he say, it was a money grab?
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    08-27-2017
    Reg would probably like to see Tommy Hearns fight McGregor if he was still in his prime, possibly nobody hits like that in the MMA. Maybe vs Floyd for that matter.
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    08-27-2017
    Damn nice big aluminum welds!
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    08-27-2017
    Floyd has never ever been knocked down except once that was ruled that way but may have not really been one. Wasn't it the same with Manny until he walked into that punch? Pacquiao vs McGregor might be an interesting match up, Manny doesn't have the type of defense that Floyd has and known to be an aggressive fighter. Some advantages to Conor in that one too with the reach and like Floyd, Manny past his prime apparently. Pacquiao isn't a big hype it up before the fight type and it could be a very different contest compared to against Floyd. If Manny knocked out McGregor I think it would be cool. How would McGregor respond to Manny taking the fight to him early? Pacman always has tremendous conditioning even when being aggressive through and into the late rounds. Legs can't be what they used to be...
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    08-27-2017
    McGregor had some great skillful moves. He threw some very good counters., including that one counter uppercut. I don't recall if it hit Floyd, but it's something you don't see much, as I believe the commentator pointed out. Was Conor getting points in the early rounds by being the aggressor with or without Floyd's permission? I mean getting the other fighter to wear himself out is a common strategy. McGregor isn't accustomed to long fights. He looked done but an 11th round could have been interesting. His parents said that they were proud of him, deservedly.
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    08-27-2017
    Reputation is everything! Good thinking there, Bob, in the midst of a highly provocative situation.
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    08-27-2017
    If it really was/is a secret, aren't like two thirds of the people that thought it important to not reveal it dead now? The ones still alive, maybe it doesn't seem so important any longer.
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    08-27-2017
    It still wouldn't be the most, since it would be explainable. Nothing can top Tyson biting off Holyfield's earlobe. McGregor could fade quick as a fighter, many have never been the same in the ring after getting beat up. Loss of confidence or broken brain synapsis, whatever it is. The posturing after such a bout doesn't mean much. Perhaps more guys in MMA are hungry to get a piece of him now, and for the interest that will bring in more money.
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    08-27-2017
    I haven't seen the movie, but there has certainly been a lot of testimony by people that it would appear are very reputable, as to their experience that would make the visitation by aliens something quite seemingly something to believe in having occurred. Scientists, people in the military.....
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    08-26-2017
    So true, when trees become a problem with a capital P, is when a lot of people change their tune and become more reasonable. Even photos of smashed houses and cars can't help much, because it's not their home or car that they can see yet in the pictures.
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    08-26-2017
    If they were idiot enough to kick open a door to break into a house that they thought was unoccupied, then I would expect them to perhaps not consider the consequences of having a gun with them that they were possibly carrying for purposes unrelated to the crime. Lots of people get arithmetic pounded into them when in school, probably much more than lessons about carrying guns, but they still don't know their multiplication tables well past the time when they should. I'm not sure how the law works in Bob's state, but though as you say, carrying a weapon when committing a crime adds to the weight of an offense, intent in carrying that weapon can also be a factor as far as the law goes. Was the weapon possession considered for offense when deciding on committing a crime and to enhance ability to steal? The law looks at mitigating circumstances, and if you're a defense lawyer wouldn't you at least be asking those idiots what the purpose of carrying a weapon into the house was if they were out hunting before they broke into the house and that was the only reason that they were carrying it....or so they say? Maybe call it luck that they are still around to answer. Bob didn't say, but I suspect that if he determined that those people were intent on committing a heinous crime with their gun if they were discovered in their act, he probably would not have been so lenient. Even the Florida law that clearly spells out the right to use force when protecting your home, there is still a gray area that the court has to decide upon when determining to what degree the homeowner's retaliation amounts to "reasonable force". Would carrying a hunting rifle and kicking open your door allow blasting those people without being additionally threatened yourself, probably so, but in the least I think the law would want to look at it in a specific case. Why they were carrying a rifle, I think my question is a fair enough one pertaining to the law's consequences, no matter that your emotions and sense of intimidation at such a moment might tell you otherwise if it was your house. Criminal history also helps determine intent.
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    08-26-2017
    woodworkingboy replied to a thread Grove AT635E in Gear Forum
    I see those cable cranes very frequently at construction sites.
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    08-25-2017
    woodworkingboy replied to a thread Fishing 2017 in The Rec Room
    Ray, I can't believe all the fish that you and your friends catch. Are commercial guys or many other fisherman hitting those waters? I mean all those large beautiful Red Snappers, c'mon!
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    08-25-2017
    woodworkingboy replied to a thread Fishing 2017 in The Rec Room
    John 21:13: Jesus came and took the bread and gave it to them, and so with the fish.
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    08-24-2017
    I broke my hand in a fight on the sidewalk after an altercation on the high school bus. I hit him in the eye socket and broke a bone in my hand. His eye wasn't purdy for awhile after that and I was in a cast. We were friends before the fight and then again after. We had something more to talk about.
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