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    Has anyone found Ian yet?
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    I hope he is alright. It seems like the good die young while, miserable people just live on and on and on, and on... Like stalkers. Like sisters. Who just won't listen to you when you say, "get a life."

    So, who knows, maybe, he just moved on, ( like my sister should) and, maybe, he just got a life, or maybe, he succumbed to an illness. I honestly, hope he is alright.
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    I think he is dead,,, people do it all the time
    and sometimes it happens suddenly ,
    when you least expect it.... like a car accident...
    fall down staris, ect...who knows..

    After about getting crushed by a huge tree last
    year with my kids by my side, I got all my
    affairs in order..... you never know..

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    You got crushed by a tree Mark? How did this happen? and, yeah shit happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookie View Post
    You got crushed by a tree Mark? How did this happen? and, yeah shit happens.
    I posted a pic about it last summer.....
    go back and look up the pictureshttp:
    http://www.terrylove.com/forums/show...ht=#post301871

    It was an intence moment.... it missed the kids
    by a few yards cause I was in-between them...
    but the smaller branches actuallyscraped my side as it came crashing down...

    so I am grateful that we are not dead or crippled up


    shit happens

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    I forgot about that, sorry. I am outside now doing the mowing and was checking out some trees here. I got weak trees, too. Just don't have the $ to take them down. So, hopefully, when mother nature knocks them down for free, no one is nearby.

    shit happens.

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    The english have a bad habit of driving on the wrong side of the road.

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    I've just been busy and found a new gun range. I bet I've shot 5,000 rounds of .22 LR in the past 3 weeks.

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    I hope you have a loader - helper, other wise your finger tips would be gone. My gun range is 160 acres of my old gold mine, and no charge, no ordinances, and no hassles.

    Unfortunetly we can only get 10 round clips, so shooting 5000 round would hospitallize you. I have an old 50 round clip, but again, loading it is a nightmare, and then it jams half the time. the best are the ruger 10-22 hot lips that clip together to get you 30 rounds. 5 rounds from a 44 magnum is about as much fun as 5000 .22's.

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    After about getting crushed by a huge tree last
    year with my kids by my side, I got all my
    affairs in order..... you never know..


    I would'nt have a kid within 1/4 mile of any tree cutting. My chainsaw is a 48,000# excavator and there is no more fun in the world than pushing them over, stump and all. If I dig on the push side first to break the main roots and make a hinge, I can do at least a 40 " diameter. With a small back cut, anything can be pushed over. Judging by workers comp rates, tree cutting is # 1 way to die.

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    If that rat bastard Ian doesn't check in with us soon, I will send Batman out to find him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    If that rat bastard Ian doesn't check in with us soon, I will send Batman out to find him!
    search is on

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