JDaveG

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JDaveG last won the day on November 20 2016

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  1. It's apparently just me, but I consider it the worst kind of 'baggery to make fun of someone's handicap. I know this thread was started just to piss off holymoses, but that's the concern of the OP, and his transgressions in that regard are well documented. It's petty and childish, especially when the two of them used to get along well. He should be ashamed of himself. But that's on him. The rest of you, I guess you have to ask yourselves what kind of person you want to be. And you're making his offense look more superficial by the minute.
  2. One day I'm going to get a Mountain Revolver and complete the holy trinity of double action revolvers:
  3. It's possible it was shrinkage. But that's all it was.
  4. One of the cool things about moving was my wife wanted the Glock to stay in the house because she prefers it for defense. So I took her .38 (my old .38) and gussied it up with a set of Hogue Pau Ferro stocks. I bought this gun at Ed's Gun and Tackle in Marietta back in the early 1990s. It's a 1977 Colt Detective Special, so it was 15 years old even back then. It's been a loyal companion ever since. I used it for live fire simunitions exercises back in the early 2000s when I was training a lot. I kept it in my desk drawer at my first attorney job. It's a beauty of a gun, made at a time when guns were expected to be both beautiful and functional. I'm glad to have her back in service.
  5. He doesn't have a zoom lens. You're safe.
  6. It's Chuck's house. No idea who the dude is. Unless it's that PI Chuck hired.
  7. Then again, imagine them on these Boards. Perhaps we are to blame. We not only accept this behavior, we model it.
  8. This to me is the big deal. Watch some old episodes of Firing Line. Or Phil Donahue. Or basically any show offering political opinion from the 70s or 80s. Watch how they speak to each other. Buckley treating socialists as if their opinions were valid and their arguments worthy of engaging. Donahue's interview with Milton Friedman is classic, and again, he couldn't have been more respectful. Now imagine Friedman on the Rachel Maddow show. Or Noam Chomsky on Hannity.
  9. Twitter is undefeated:
  10. The exception that proves the rule
  11. O'Reilly tends to unite the left and right. I don't know anyone who likes him.
  12. I'm not sure who is more delusional, Republicans who act like they won the election yesterday or Democrats who believe it is only a matter of time before they inevitably win. Special elections are.......special. Republicans have no guarantee at all that Handel will win just because Ossoff failed to get 50%. If enough people voted for other candidates not out of preference, but because they didn't like Handel, those folks could stay home and Ossoff could easily win. Conversely, just because Ossoff lapped the field doesn't mean he'll win a runoff. Failing to get 50% isn't everything, but it's something. Both sides have a lot of work to do over the next 2 months. And I have to listen to those stupid ads every 5 minutes until then.
  13. Bad girl Kim is so much better than goody two shoes Kim. I miss Kim the scammer. Bring that chick back.