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2nd Amendment/Firearms / Re: I love table-turning Hoplophobes!
« Last post by patentlymn on Yesterday at 09:52:39 PM »

Some people predict shoot outs. IMO not that likely.

I predict revenge.  Somebody is convicted and sent to prison for possesing an AR 15. Some relative or friend pulls a Timothy McVeigh. Likely not that massive but something. maybe the judge. I am not advocating that but that is my prediction.

Maybe someone on a jury hangs the jury.
Faith & Family / Re: Man's best friend
« Last post by patentlymn on Yesterday at 09:45:54 PM »

My sons dog is part blue heeler and part short haired border collie. He acts like a blue heeler.
Strangest breed I have ever encountered. Very high energy. I have lived with Shelties before and they herd but they are like blue heelers on downers.  The intense stare in the linked photo is apt.
Faith & Family / Re: Man's best friend
« Last post by Pandora on Yesterday at 09:17:00 PM »
To a Blue-Heeler, that girl is his herd and his job.
Maybe.  Or maybe NRA is waiting for good reason...if Yeti provided no reason NRA has nothing to release, if Yeti says they offered some alternative no other details were given...and if they release something with the whatever alternative that wasn't in the original, NRA can release that and show Yeti never offered it up I think the ball is still in Yeti's court.
2nd Amendment/Firearms / Re: I love table-turning Hoplophobes!
« Last post by Libertas on Yesterday at 08:33:17 PM »
This should be Stonekettle's Twitter pic...

A dying soldier asked Valois to kiss him like his mother would, she recounted in a 2010 interview. She did so, and he died shortly thereafter. When Sister Agnès saw a German officer about to shoot a wounded Allied soldier, she stood between them and told the German soldier he would have to kill her first, according to another legend. Sister Agnès went beyond the normal responsibilities of a nurse, as exemplified in her care for Sgt. André Michaud of Fusiliers Mont-Royal, who had to have his arm amputated.

“While I was preparing him for his amputation, André Michaud, then a young sergeant from the Fusiliers Mont-Royal, asked me what would happen to his arm. I told him not to worry, that I was going to take care of it myself. As soon as I could rest, I took it upon myself to pick up Sergeant Michaud’s arm in the container, and I went down to the garden, and with a shovel I buried it in the shade of a tree,” Sister Agnès said in 2010, according to Le Quebec Et Le Guerres Mondiales.

Sister Agnès treated all wounded no matter their nationality, but she had a special bond with Canadian troops, according to retired Canadian captain Tim Fletcher.

Well done, Sister.  R.I.P.
Both companies are chumming the water on this one. Either side could have presented the correspondence that proves their statements - but neither side has so far.

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