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money_pit_yj

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I would have had a stroke if would have been that much . Thankfully it turned up after working the ground again . I spent the better part of three days and nights looking for it . Suddenly I regret poking fun at the folks with chain drive wallets all these years but its still not enough to make me want one .
I dropped my Nokia brick phone into a bulk bin of fertilizer. It stayed there for three days and popped out in my blender screen one day. 3/4 charged and 26 missed calls. I also dropped a phone chopping cotton one summer.
 

jeeptj99

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I would have had a stroke if would have been that much . Thankfully it turned up after working the ground again . I spent the better part of three days and nights looking for it . Suddenly I regret poking fun at the folks with chain drive wallets all these years but its still not enough to make me want one .

Trayvax wallet and put it in the front pocket. Or do like i do during hay season and leave my wallet in the truck. But for real Trayvax is the way to go. i can't stand stuff in my back pocket so its nice having a wallet to put in the front.
 

Zjman

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Stopped today to get my grandson some plinking ammo for his new .22 and holy hell. They wanted 15 bucks for box of 50 and 77 for a brick. Wtf is this world coming too :dunno:
 

Blackbeard

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Stopped today to get my grandson some plinking ammo for his new .22 and holy hell. They wanted 15 bucks for box of 50 and 77 for a brick. Wtf is this world coming too :dunno:
I need to find my 22 ammo back from 2012. If you were closer you could have some.
 

Zjman

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All ammo prices are stupid high if you can even find it. Gotta love election years.
Yup. A normal 9 dollar box of 9mm is 28 bucks. Hell there’s barely any guns left on shelf up here in Ohio. Gun store I stopped at yesterday had 10 long guns. They normally have a 100 probably
 

alrider

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Larry’s pistol and pawn in Madison Al has had plenty of ammo last couple times I’ve been in there.
 

alrider

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Glad I saw this, was considering making a road trip.
Yup,that was 1 box I picked up last Tuesday by myself bought twice as much Saturday with wife and daughter with me,only thing I noticed they limit you to 1 box is like 6.5 creedmore,30.30 and ever other regular shells but you can get a box of each caliber you want. The .22 lr,shorts limitless,4 boxes on 9mm,380,40,45acp,2 box limit on .22 magnum,think .556/223 was 200 rds but with gun purchase was more
 

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zukimaster

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You know, I'm watching the news, and everyone of them is saying the same thing, the darkest day in history, can't believe what's happening, people are sick of the government feeding us bullshit! And they spoke up! But yet all year, BLM, and antifa burned city's down, shoot cops, and looted, while the government told law enforcement to stand down while they "peacefully protested" Washington DC is a corrupt **** filled place!
 

Wagfabulous

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We live in a nation that caters to people that will not work . In return they vote for people that support them in their endeavors of doing nothing with themselves. When the government has hand in helping the vast majority survive the government will start making decisions for said vast majority. In the big picture of things my opinion is that people are slowly trading their liberty for means to survive without working for it . In other words this is what we're doing and we don't care what you think .
 

xjmarc

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We live in a nation that caters to people that will not work . In return they vote for people that support them in their endeavors of doing nothing with themselves. When the government has hand in helping the vast majority survive the government will start making decisions for said vast majority. In the big picture of things my opinion is that people are slowly trading their liberty for means to survive without working for it . In other words this is what we're doing and we don't care what you think .
Unfortunately that's 100% true and they are teaching kids to be part of that system with participation trophies. When you have no desire to do better because you get the same thing by half assing it you tend to not try and that's sad. There will come a time when only those that know how to take care of themselves like farmers and such are the only ones not living off the govt teat and everyone else will end up relying on them, govt included. Or they'll try to make it like socialism/communism where even the farms are govt run and they'll be another civil war.
 

Lil ugly

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Just when you think people can't get any more ignorant!


I find it odd that something like this "movement" can get so much attention yet, blacks committing genocide against other blacks in a foreign country will barely get a 3 second cover by a talking head. I personally would lend alot more value to these kinds of dogma if every time a mass grave was found some where and black people here started shipping out to go help their fellow people of color. Or people were going to our southern border and taking families into their personal homes to feed,cloth and provide healthcare out of their own pocket. Do that and I could be brought around to thinking that we need to do more as a country. But mostly I think the majority of the people involved in these movements are just freeloaders wanting a larger handout. They want the "American Dream" minus the hardwork, perserverance and blood,sweat and tears that so many have shed to get were they are.
 

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