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AnnoyedLiberall » Yesterday, 7:10 am » wrote: I remember that happening to some young actor in the late 80's or early 90's.
He was goofing around and held the gun to his head and fired. It killed him.
That was my dad.
 
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AnnoyedLiberall » Yesterday, 7:10 am » wrote: I remember that happening to some young actor in the late 80's or early 90's.
He was goofing around and held the gun to his head and fired. It killed him.

True blanks have wadding where the bullet would be.  Could be plastic, metal shards or paper like.  We were always told not shoot them in real close range at someone.  Also, on the M16 or any semi auto or auto weapon, you would install a blank adapter at the end of the barrel to create the back pressure needed to cycle the weapon.  These would come loose on occasion and would shoot of the end of the barrel. 
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​​​​​​​I'm giving myself 2 weeks to find a post in which I address you as Stroky PRIOR to January 24th... at which time you will have spent ALL your bullets - in time for a 3 month sabbatical...

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AnnoyedLiberall » Yesterday, 7:10 am » wrote: I remember that happening to some young actor in the late 80's or early 90's.
He was goofing around and held the gun to his head and fired. It killed him.
Yes, but he held the gun to his head.... I don't think Alec did that with that cinetographer... and he shot two people, not just one... did he shoot two times... two 'misfires'?

I don't buy that

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AnnoyedLiberall » 21 Oct 2021, 2:18 pm » wrote: I have people who do my yard work, and put my dock in and take it out.
My husband starts the pump in the spring, and takes it out in the fall.
Other than that he is never there.
Also, he is terminally ill now, and can no longer work.
My kids don't come there either.
It's mostly my vanity project.
It's getting hard to justify the money.
It costs me almost $1000 a month for a place I can only use half the year.
I am so sorry Al to hear that. really...

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AnnoyedLiberall » 21 Oct 2021, 3:26 pm » wrote:
Misty » 21 Oct 2021, 3:13 pm » wrote: I feel that way about my dear departed Sage.
She's been gone for years but I still miss her terribly.
I had her for 17 years and she was with me through some very dark times.
She never left my side.
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How is it that something that can't even talk to us can tear our hearts apart so completely when they leave us?
There will never be another Capone for me, and I was so lucky to have him.
I feel the same way about Sage.I've had many dogs over the years, and I loved them all, but she was special.
 
 
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AnnoyedLiberall » 21 Oct 2021, 3:02 pm » wrote: I have a picture I took of Capone a few days before I helped him cross. He is laying in his favorite spot looking at the lake. He was so withered and grey. Could barely get up to go outside so he was wearing a diaper. I can't bear to look at those pictures yet.
That dog was with my 24/7. He even went into all my therapy appointments with me.
We KNEW each other so well. All we needed was a look.
It hurt to lose him more than any human I have ever lost.
I feel that way about my dear departed Sage.
She's been gone for years but I still miss her terribly.
I had her for 17 years and she was with me through some very dark times.
She never left my side.
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AnnoyedLiberall » 21 Oct 2021, 6:59 am » wrote:
Misty » 20 Oct 2021, 6:42 pm » wrote: I always loved the pictures you posted of Bugsy and Capone, how they used to snuggle together.
Capone must have missed Bugsy after he died.
Did he get along with Vito?
They got along, but they rarely interacted.
Capone was heartbroken when Bugsy died.
He used to lay on the couch and whimper for hours.
It was the strangest thing I ever saw in a dog.
He did that for months.
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They had such a bond.
OMG, that's heartbreaking.
I follow a lot of accounts on Twitter that people have set up for their dogs because the doggy pics make me happy, but mixed in with the happy pics are the really sad ones of people talking about their dogs being sick or dying.

Just saw this one.

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 Those are the ones that really break my heart.
 
 
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AnnoyedLiberall » 21 Oct 2021, 1:21 pm » wrote: Pretty much. Image
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Al? and if you do.. What is your plans? If I didn't have a dear friend helping me.. I couldn't take care of this place.. No way.. I am incapable of shoveling two feet of snow off my roof. I was thinkin of heading south?
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AnnoyedLiberall » 21 Oct 2021, 12:03 pm » wrote: Good plan.
I don't do yard work either. lol
Sounds like you just sit at the lake drinking margaritas. :)  
 
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AnnoyedLiberall » 21 Oct 2021, 7:02 am » wrote: Well, I don't have to pick up poop.
My dogs are trained to **** in the woods when we live at the lake.
In town, my husband is in charge of poop.
At work I have a poop guy as well.
I have a mulching mower that takes care of the ****. :rofl:  
 
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AnnoyedLiberall » 20 Oct 2021, 6:44 am » wrote:
Misty » 19 Oct 2021, 1:48 pm » wrote: So sorry about Capone.
I know how much you loved him.
Didn't you also have a dog that was the same breed as Capone?
I think I remember a dog named Bugsy.
I assume he is gone too.
Bugsy has been gone since 2018.
Also cancer. **** cancer and Boxers.
We rescued Vito in 2018. Drove to Ohio to get him.
Boxers and Poodles play really well together.
Vinny is a tough little bastard. lol
I always loved the pictures you posted of Bugsy and Capone, how they used to snuggle together.
Capone must have missed Bugsy after he died.
Did he get along with Vito?
 
 
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Huey » 20 Oct 2021, 12:47 pm » wrote: You did not read your own article?  Jeez....

From your article:

The truth is, the intentions of those who debated, wrote and passed the Second Amendment are clear: The purpose of the amendment is to protect individual liberty by, in part, stopping the federal government from instituting gun restrictions of any kind, because America’s founders wanted to ensure citizens had the ability to defend themselves against a tyrannical national government and other domestic threats, as well as from foreign invaders.

Evidence of this view can be found in the Second Amendment itself. First, there are no “except” clauses in the text. It simply says the right to bear arms “shall not be infringed.”

And:

The argument that the Second Amendment’s writers intended to restrict individual gun ownership but not gun ownership by militias makes no sense in the historical context.

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Additionally, note that the justification for the Second Amendment included in the text is that it is “necessary to the security of a free State.” Preserving the “free State” is at the heart of the Second Amendment (not hunting or self-defense), and one of the biggest perceived threats to freedom in the founding era was a powerful national government.That is why James Madison, the “father of the Constitution,” wrote in the Federalist Papers that “being armed” is an “advantage” that “the Americans possess over the people of almost every other nation.”

I suggest you read your article.

@Cannonpointer  @Annoyed Liberall    it appears to be only an issue with the multi quote function.
Are you saying you agree with this?



Then you support arming young children at school 
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Vegas » wrote:
Huey » 20 Oct 2021, 12:39 pm » wrote: You did not read your own article?  Jeez....

From your article:

The truth is, the intentions of those who debated, wrote and passed the Second Amendment are clear: The purpose of the amendment is to protect individual liberty by, in part, stopping the federal government from instituting gun restrictions of any kind, because America’s founders wanted to ensure citizens had the ability to defend themselves against a tyrannical national government and other domestic threats, as well as from foreign invaders.

Evidence of this view can be found in the Second Amendment itself. First, there are no “except” clauses in the text. It simply says the right to bear arms “shall not be infringed.”

I suggest you read your article.
Who are you talking to?
There is something going on.

@Cannonpointer  ​@Annoyed Liberall    There seems to be a glitch in the system where I hit the multiquote function but the quote link does not for the recipients screen name and he is not getting the notification.  This is the second or third time this has occurred this morning. 
 
 
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AL , have you gone all "hardass" on us?
I thought you were a 'soft and squishy' liberal?
Let's cuddle up!
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AnnoyedLiberall » 20 Oct 2021, 7:00 am » wrote: I actually only enforce the swearing rule.
I have fun changing the thread titles.
I enforce the no talking about people's family rule. 

Wait - what does "enforce" mean, precisely?

I might be misusing it. 
 
 
 
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AnnoyedLiberall » 20 Oct 2021, 10:14 am » wrote: But, I do think cats are pretty awesome.
 
This is mine... Azrael... I wouldn describe him as awesome though... he's in hiding because he's afraid of the thunder outside.. lol..he's kind of stoopid and a coward but he's cute...

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AnnoyedLiberall » 20 Oct 2021, 10:14 am » wrote:
I will never have another cat because I can't stomach a litter box.
Wait a minute!  You can stomach an inside out sandwich baggie filled to the top with reeking dog ****, but you can't stomach a litter box?
 
1.5 mil of low density polyethylene between my hand and three quarters of a pound of dog ****....ACK!!!!!!!!!
 
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AnnoyedLiberall » 20 Oct 2021, 6:58 am » wrote: Goldens have become so overbred and poorly bred.
Once a dog gets really popular, the backyard breeders churn them out rapidly.
We have Boxers on both sides of us.. Neighbors..
 Bella gets loose. She gets in trouble at the other neighbors.. So when ever she comes into my yard.. I go Bella.. In my car.. Now!!
She jumps right in like a good girl, and I give her a ride home. :)  
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AnnoyedLiberall » 20 Oct 2021, 6:46 am » wrote: Goldens were also on my list.
I really needed a break from Boxers.
They always die of cancer.
Always, and I have had enough.
Danes were also on my list, but like you said, too short lived.
The grooming is a daily occurrence, but it doesn't take too long and it's a good bonding activity.
Al. Goldens are nice dogs.. But I have a friend that lost 4 to cancer. At age 7. So maybe it was a good thing you didn't go that route either. :wave: 
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