Discussion in 'Game Room' started by jks9199, Sep 17, 2016.
I need to see that. I loved those comics growing up.
There are some seriously big spiders around here. One of them just scared the living bejesus out of me.
Just put a leash on it and take it for a walk.
That's what concealed carry is for, man. Preferably something loaded +P+.
Well you have a side arm.... Don't you
Many years ago my now ex-wife wanted to get a pet Tarantula for $20. I told her that $20 dollars was a lot of money to pay for a dead bug, cause I have a shotgun and I am not afraid to use it.
Just want to say that whenever I hear Tez3 discuss guides and scouting in the UK, I am very jealous. I tried with both my daughters to get them involved in scouting and was very disappointed both times. I don't know what the girl scouts used to be, but it's entirely about making money now. Top down, it's all about making money.
Should I spar tonight to get one more practice in or save my bones for the tourney on Sat? ....decisions, decisions......
Son has one last sparing session scheduled tomorrow night too.
going to go for a walk, its a balmy 45F with a bit of a wind
I clicked on that link. Tried to set up an account. But when I went to sign in that little prompt came up asking me if I wanted it to remember my password for me......but it kept calling me YOU.
I thought hmmmmm, what would a reasonable friend do? So I threatened everyone in Washington, went on a racial tirade and posted some cute cat videos.
Awesome....are you sure you don't work in IT
Testing, one, two, three...
Once again, Dirty Dog guided me. Thanks, bro. And to Gerry, too.
well, not about money, but pink fluff and glitter....
far from the roots (watch 'Golden Eaglett' on youtube. a silent movie from the early days.)
But if the little one is 14, you can find a Venture Crew, a coed program run by the Boy Scouts.
Little one is 8. She is at the perfect age to go camping and hiking and generally have a good time with other kids her age. Instead, scouting was mostly about eating junk food and selling cookies.
Thanks!! The only note to myself on the sparring is pretty much
what I usually tell myself and that's to be more aggressive - I rallied
to tie it up twice, took a kick in the face and did my best to rally again,
but lost by one point just as the time ran out.. That being said, as
that was the first time I've been able to compete since before August
(was dealing with fluid on the knee - having to have fluid drained
from both knees multiple times between August and January) I've
been working very hard to get back to competition readiness. I was
happy with my form and that's my favorite event so to take 1st place
was very rewarding..
only my opinion, but I never spar immediately before a
tournament or big test - too many variables.. plus, if you've
been training consistently - you should be adequately prepared.
not saying, just saying..
That is why they make the Weatherby 460
and the 12 gauge double barrel shotgun
Few weeks ago a black belt gave my son this advice:
3-B's of sparring: Be Fast...Be First...and Be Frequent.
That's a shame.
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