• I Love this country.

    From Starbase@VERT/INFERNO to Richardw on Mon Sep 3 14:27:27 2012
    Re: I Love this country.
    By: Richardw to All on Wed May 28 2003 01:37 pm

    I love being able to own a gun, and use it if necessary.

    http://www.steynonline.com/index2.cfm?edit_id=22

    Remember the consitution guarentees your right to own a gun. So own it with pride. As to shooting make sure it is self defense

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  • From Internetking@VERT/INETK to all on Tue Sep 19 22:14:27 2017
    Re: I Love this country.
    By: Richardw to All on Wed May 28 2003 01:37 pm

    I love being able to own a gun, and use it if necessary.

    http://www.steynonline.com/index2.cfm?edit_id=22

    Remember the consitution guarentees your right to own a gun. So own it with pride. As to shooting make sure it is self defense

    I got gun... you break in house or Rob me..... boom ur dead. I love the freedom of owning a gun.

    check out my bbs at bbs.internetking.us

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  • From Jay C. Theriot@VERT/JAYSCAFE to Internetking on Thu Sep 21 16:12:00 2017
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    Re: I Love this country.
    By: Richardw to All on Wed May 28 2003 01:37 pm

    I love being able to own a gun, and use it if necessary.

    http://www.steynonline.com/index2.cfm?edit_id=22

    Remember the consitution guarentees your right to own a gun. So own it with pride. As to shooting make sure it is self defense

    I got gun... you break in house or Rob me..... boom ur dead. I love
    the freedom of owning a gun.

    check out my bbs at bbs.internetking.us

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    I hope for your sake you have trained with the weapon your are defending life and property with. Self-defense with a firearm is not as easy as aim and squeeze the trigger. There are varying laws from state-to-state. And while you think it is justice to kill an intruder, it is not so in every state.

    Being formally trained with firearms, I do hope never to be put into a position of taking someone's life. It is not something I ever look forward to doing. However, I am confident that, given the situation, my family and property would be properly protected.

    We have a rehearsed "invasion" scenario that everyone in the house knows their position and what to expect in the case of an intruder.

    I suggest you not be so glib about taking someone's life.

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  • From Gandolf@VERT to Jay C. Theriot on Thu Sep 21 20:59:18 2017
    On 09/21/2017 03:12 PM, Jay C. Theriot wrote:
    Internetking wrote to all <=-

    Re: I Love this country.
    By: Richardw to All on Wed May 28 2003 01:37 pm

    I love being able to own a gun, and use it if necessary.

    http://www.steynonline.com/index2.cfm?edit_id=22

    Remember the consitution guarentees your right to own a gun. So own it with
    pride. As to shooting make sure it is self defense

    I got gun... you break in house or Rob me..... boom ur dead. I love
    the freedom of owning a gun.

    check out my bbs at bbs.internetking.us

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    I hope for your sake you have trained with the weapon your are defending life and property with. Self-defense with a firearm is not as easy as aim and squeeze the trigger. There are varying laws from state-to-state. And while you think it is justice to kill an intruder, it is not so in every state.

    Being formally trained with firearms, I do hope never to be put into a position
    of taking someone's life. It is not something I ever look forward to doing. However, I am confident that, given the situation, my family and property would
    be properly protected.

    We have a rehearsed "invasion" scenario that everyone in the house knows their
    position and what to expect in the case of an intruder.

    I suggest you not be so glib about taking someone's life.

    Welcome to the freedom of speech bub. Quit your whining, put your
    big-girl panties on, and SUCK IT UP, BUTTERCUP!

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Jay C. Theriot on Fri Sep 22 13:26:48 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Jay C. Theriot to Internetking on Thu Sep 21 2017 04:12 pm

    We have a rehearsed "invasion" scenario that everyone in the house knows their position and what to expect in the case of an intruder.

    Really? That sounds like fun! Maybe make a video of it next time and put it on youtube. :-)

    digital man

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to all on Fri Sep 22 16:47:27 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Digital Man to Jay C. Theriot on Fri Sep 22 2017 01:26 pm

    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Jay C. Theriot to Internetking on Thu Sep 21 2017 04:12 pm

    We have a rehearsed "invasion" scenario that everyone in the house knows their position and what to expect in the case of an intruder.

    Really? That sounds like fun! Maybe make a video of it next time and put it on youtube. :-)


    have grandma dress up in a ski mask and play the perp
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  • From Gandolf@VERT to Digital Man on Fri Sep 22 19:03:44 2017
    On 09/22/2017 02:26 PM, Digital Man wrote:
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Jay C. Theriot to Internetking on Thu Sep 21 2017 04:12 pm

    We have a rehearsed "invasion" scenario that everyone in the house knows their position and what to expect in the case of an intruder.

    Really? That sounds like fun! Maybe make a video of it next time and put it on
    youtube. :-)

    digital man

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    That has got to be the best passive/aggressive way of calling someone
    out I've seen in a long time!!!
    Asking for a youtube video -- will reveal their tactics and show the
    logical loopholes in their planning.

    On the other hand.....
    You might like watching paint-ball wars. (Almost the same thing as
    mentioned above.)
    That's pretty fun too. :D
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  • From Gandolf@VERT to MRO on Fri Sep 22 19:05:50 2017
    On 09/22/2017 03:47 PM, MRO wrote:
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Digital Man to Jay C. Theriot on Fri Sep 22 2017 01:26 pm

    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Jay C. Theriot to Internetking on Thu Sep 21 2017 04:12 pm

    We have a rehearsed "invasion" scenario that everyone in the house knows
    their position and what to expect in the case of an intruder.

    Really? That sounds like fun! Maybe make a video of it next time and put it
    on youtube. :-)


    have grandma dress up in a ski mask and play the perp
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  • From Jay C. Theriot@VERT/JAYSCAFE to Digital Man on Sat Sep 23 05:25:00 2017
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    Really? That sounds like fun! Maybe make a video of it next time and
    put it on youtube. :-)

    digital man

    It's pretty simple. I fire two types of rounds. One's frangible, doesn't penetrate walls. Used as supressive fire. Second, and consecutive clips are a little hotter. By the time I'm switching clips, they are to be low and in in cover.

    When I'm done, the intruder(s) won't have to worry about a defense attorney.

    I don't toy with .22 cal. That's for plinking and target practice.

    Home defense is something I think and plan a bit. One of my compadres used to be the "active shooter" for local PDs training scenarios. She would pull a raid on a local mall and wipe out an entire unit.

    The point is, in a firefight, you best defense is your side arm, training and a composed posture. Knowing that when you pull that trigger, it is to kill, and you will likely stand trial for your actions.

    I don't ever want to be in that situation, but I feel relatively assured that if I do go down, I won't be the first or the only one.

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  • From Jay C. Theriot@VERT/JAYSCAFE to Gandolf on Sat Sep 23 05:27:00 2017
    Gandolf wrote to Digital Man <=-

    On 09/22/2017 02:26 PM, Digital Man wrote:
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Jay C. Theriot to Internetking on Thu Sep 21 2017 04:12 pm

    We have a rehearsed "invasion" scenario that everyone in the house knows their position and what to expect in the case of an intruder.

    Really? That sounds like fun! Maybe make a video of it next time and put it
    on

    youtube. :-)

    digital man

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    ain/24hrs


    That has got to be the best passive/aggressive way of calling someone
    out I've seen in a long time!!!
    Asking for a youtube video -- will reveal their tactics and show the logical loopholes in their planning.

    On the other hand.....
    You might like watching paint-ball wars. (Almost the same thing as mentioned above.)
    That's pretty fun too. :D
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Jay C. Theriot on Sat Sep 23 11:28:27 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Jay C. Theriot to Digital Man on Sat Sep 23 2017 05:25 am

    It's pretty simple. I fire two types of rounds. One's frangible, doesn't penetrate walls. Used as supressive fire. Second, and consecutive clips are a little hotter. By the time I'm switching clips, they are to be low and in in cover.

    When I'm done, the intruder(s) won't have to worry about a defense attorney.

    I don't toy with .22 cal. That's for plinking and target practice.

    Home defense is something I think and plan a bit. One of my compadres used to be the "active shooter" for local PDs training scenarios. She would pull a raid on a local mall and wipe out an entire unit.

    The point is, in a firefight, you best defense is your side arm, training and a composed posture. Knowing that when you pull that trigger, it is to kill, and you will likely stand trial for your actions.

    I don't ever want to be in that situation, but I feel relatively assured that if I do go down, I won't be the first or the only one.


    it just makes me wonder about what you are giving up in life in regards to time and other things when you are preparing for things that may or may not happen.

    there can be a time when you wont have your gun with you or near you and a situation you are preparing for is unfolding.
    or nothing at all can happen and it's all wasted time and worry.


    it makes me wonder that if having guns and running drills gives people a false peace of mind.
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  • From Digital Man@VERT to MRO on Sat Sep 23 13:00:08 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: MRO to Jay C. Theriot on Sat Sep 23 2017 11:28 am

    there can be a time when you wont have your gun with you or near you and a situation you are preparing for is unfolding.
    or nothing at all can happen and it's all wasted time and worry.

    My guns and survival goods and gear are for the coming zombie apocalypse. When the undead are slowly marching up my street, I'll be ready. Anything short of that, I'm fucked. Well, we're probably all fucked anyway, but at least we'll get to see some rotting heads come apart!

    digital man

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  • From Roadhog@VERT/OUTWEST to Digital Man on Sat Sep 23 16:18:15 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Digital Man to MRO on Sat Sep 23 2017 01:00 pm

    My guns and survival goods and gear are for the coming zombie apocalypse. When the undead are slowly marching up my street, I'll be ready. Anything short of that, I'm fucked. Well, we're probably all fucked anyway, but at least we'll get to see some rotting heads come apart!

    at least we did'nt get Hillary and a third term of Clintons:) and we didn't get a 4th term of Bush's
    I'm also ready for the ZOMBIE Apocalypse.
    Will that be in online gaming format?

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Digital Man on Sun Sep 24 08:32:50 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Digital Man to MRO on Sat Sep 23 2017 01:00 pm

    My guns and survival goods and gear are for the coming zombie apocalypse. When the undead are slowly marching up my street, I'll be ready. Anything short of that, I'm fucked. Well, we're probably all fucked anyway, but at least we'll get to see some rotting heads come apart!



    what i dont get about these zombie apocalypse shows is why they arent using fire as a main weapon. they are usually in big groups, they are slow, and fire would carry to the other undead. also i would wear a suit of armor.


    and who's cutting the grass
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  • From Digital Man@VERT to MRO on Mon Sep 25 15:38:09 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: MRO to Digital Man on Sun Sep 24 2017 08:32 am

    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Digital Man to MRO on Sat Sep 23 2017 01:00 pm

    My guns and survival goods and gear are for the coming zombie apocalypse. When the undead are slowly marching up my street, I'll be ready. Anything short of that, I'm fucked. Well, we're probably all fucked anyway, but at least we'll get to see some rotting heads come apart!



    what i dont get about these zombie apocalypse shows is why they arent using fire as a main weapon. they are usually in big groups, they are slow, and fire would carry to the other undead. also i would wear a suit of armor.


    and who's cutting the grass

    All good questions. So long as they're not as fast as portrayed in Word War Z, I like my chances with an (even) average IQ in being able to defeat the dead.

    digital man

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  • From Gamgee@VERT/DMINE to JAY C. THERIOT on Sun Oct 22 17:28:00 2017
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    Really? That sounds like fun! Maybe make a video of it next time and put it on youtube. :-)

    digital man

    It's pretty simple. I fire two types of rounds. One's frangible, doesn't JCT>penetrate walls. Used as supressive fire. Second, and consecutive clips a JCT>little hotter. By the time I'm switching clips, they are to be low and in JCT>cover.

    When I'm done, the intruder(s) won't have to worry about a defense attorney

    I don't toy with .22 cal. That's for plinking and target practice.

    Home defense is something I think and plan a bit. One of my compadres used JCT>be the "active shooter" for local PDs training scenarios. She would pull a JCT>raid on a local mall and wipe out an entire unit.

    The point is, in a firefight, you best defense is your side arm, training a JCT>composed posture. Knowing that when you pull that trigger, it is to kill, JCT>you will likely stand trial for your actions.

    I don't ever want to be in that situation, but I feel relatively assured th JCT>if I do go down, I won't be the first or the only one.

    Wow, sounds like you're the Real Deal.

    You'd think somebody as badass as you would know that they're called
    MAGAZINES, not "clips". LOL


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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Gamgee on Sun Oct 22 19:04:09 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Gamgee to JAY C. THERIOT on Sun Oct 22 2017 05:28 pm


    You'd think somebody as badass as you would know that they're called MAGAZINES, not "clips". LOL


    yeah, i dont even own a gun and i know magazines as magazines.
    isnt a clip just a holder for ammunition?
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  • From Digital Man@VERT to MRO on Sun Oct 22 22:54:35 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: MRO to Gamgee on Sun Oct 22 2017 07:04 pm

    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Gamgee to JAY C. THERIOT on Sun Oct 22 2017 05:28 pm


    You'd think somebody as badass as you would know that they're called MAGAZINES, not "clips". LOL


    yeah, i dont even own a gun and i know magazines as magazines.
    isnt a clip just a holder for ammunition?

    They're both holders for ammunication for feeding into a gun, but "clips" are for older rifles (e.g. M1 Garand) and only hold casings by the lip/rim and are open to the elements whereas magazines are more like boxes (to protect the rounds from the elements and easier handling) with a spring-loaded "pusher" to force the rounds into the gun.

    digital man

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Digital Man on Mon Oct 23 16:00:51 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Digital Man to MRO on Sun Oct 22 2017 10:54 pm


    yeah, i dont even own a gun and i know magazines as magazines.
    isnt a clip just a holder for ammunition?

    They're both holders for ammunication for feeding into a gun, but "clips" are for older rifles (e.g. M1 Garand) and only hold casings by the lip/rim and are open to the elements whereas magazines are more like boxes (to protect the rounds from the elements and easier handling) with a spring-loaded "pusher" to force the rounds into the gun.


    so in most cases we are talking about magazines. i remember my grandfather had clips and magazines and he didnt interchange the wording there.
    maybe it's non military that get the termonology wrong?
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  • From Digital Man@VERT to MRO on Mon Oct 23 18:09:51 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: MRO to Digital Man on Mon Oct 23 2017 04:00 pm

    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Digital Man to MRO on Sun Oct 22 2017 10:54 pm


    yeah, i dont even own a gun and i know magazines as magazines.
    isnt a clip just a holder for ammunition?

    They're both holders for ammunication for feeding into a gun, but "clips" are for older rifles (e.g. M1 Garand) and only hold casings by the lip/rim and are open to the elements whereas magazines are more like boxes (to protect the rounds from the elements and easier handling) with a spring-loaded "pusher" to force the rounds into the gun.


    so in most cases we are talking about magazines. i remember my grandfather had clips and magazines and he didnt interchange the wording there.
    maybe it's non military that get the termonology wrong?

    I think most gun owners, especially rifle owners, know the difference. <shrug>

    digital man

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  • From Gandolf@VERT to Digital Man on Wed Oct 25 19:12:36 2017
    Thank you for knowing the difference Rob.
    So many people I know use 'magazine' and 'clip' interchangeably, not
    knowing the legitimate difference.

    Very nerve-wracking at times.


    They're both holders for ammunication for feeding into a gun, but "clips" are for older rifles (e.g. M1 Garand) and only hold casings by the lip/rim and are
    open to the elements whereas magazines are more like boxes (to protect the rounds from the elements and easier handling) with a spring-loaded "pusher" to
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Gandolf on Wed Oct 25 21:23:38 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Gandolf to Digital Man on Wed Oct 25 2017 07:12 pm

    Thank you for knowing the difference Rob.
    So many people I know use 'magazine' and 'clip' interchangeably, not
    knowing the legitimate difference.

    Very nerve-wracking at times.


    maybe it's tv or movies that is to blame.

    quote on the bottom! it' swracking my nerves!!! :D
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  • From Gandolf@VERT to MRO on Thu Oct 26 17:15:55 2017
    quote on the bottom! it' swracking my nerves!!! :D

    Suck it up, buttercup!
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  • From Jon Justvig@VERT/STEPPING to MRO on Thu Oct 26 20:30:58 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: MRO to Gandolf on Wed Oct 25 2017 09:23 pm

    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Gandolf to Digital Man on Wed Oct 25 2017 07:12 pm
    So many people I know use 'magazine' and 'clip' interchangeably, not
    knowing the legitimate difference.

    Very nerve-wracking at times.

    maybe it's tv or movies that is to blame.

    It's a shame that a lot of people see something on TV and immediately believe it. If there is an arguement, a set of people will take the correct side and the rest beliefs are in false hope. Lies and deceit. That is the world we live in.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Jon Justvig on Sun Oct 29 00:18:53 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Jon Justvig to MRO on Thu Oct 26 2017 08:30 pm

    It's a shame that a lot of people see something on TV and immediately believe it. If there is an arguement, a set of people will take the correct side and the rest beliefs are in false hope. Lies and deceit. That is the world we live in.



    wikipedia too. that's why i'm always adding fake bullshit to it.
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  • From Jon Justvig@VERT/STEPPING to MRO on Sun Oct 29 18:38:35 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: MRO to Jon Justvig on Sun Oct 29 2017 12:18 am

    MRO,

    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Jon Justvig to MRO on Thu Oct 26 2017 08:30 pm
    It's a shame that a lot of people see something on TV and immediately
    believe it. If there is an arguement, a set of people will take the
    correct side and the rest beliefs are in false hope. Lies and deceit.
    That is the world we live in.

    wikipedia too. that's why i'm always adding fake bullshit to it.

    Perhaps, you are not helping out in that perspective, but providng the point of not believing everything you read or hear. It takes a lot of raking and a
    lot of trash bags to filter out the crap that is out there.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Jon Justvig on Mon Oct 30 16:29:26 2017
    Re: Re: I Love this country.
    By: Jon Justvig to MRO on Sun Oct 29 2017 06:38 pm

    wikipedia too. that's why i'm always adding fake bullshit to it.

    Perhaps, you are not helping out in that perspective, but providng the point of not believing everything you read or hear. It takes a lot of raking and a
    lot of trash bags to filter out the crap that is out there.


    i was just joking. i hate wikipedia. i think it's plagarism at best.
    people used to edit wikipedia like it was some mmorpg.

    i actually had some guy bother me and stalk me for a bit over an edit war we had. he was very focused on making me understand his point of view. i had to abandon my account. and i'm sure he's edited my talk page 100x
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