Internet Security and Firearms. Either way, helping you keep your muzzle clean. No extra charge.
I'm a fan now. Thanks.
LOL, yep that IS a good cartoon... And I 'think' I'd leave that off the bucket list. Just sayin...
I've done better, way back when I's spent a day unloading tuna boats for the fish plant I worked at. Got off work, took a shower, changed clothes put my work clothes in a garbage bag, then in a big brown paper bag. Was walking to the highway to hitch hike home when I noticed that a friend was back from fishing and was tied up in the port. I walk over to his boat and we sit back and drink a few beers, back to the highway out with the thumb. Five miles down the road the lights go on, Three county cars one stater and an unmarked. I'm pulled out patted down, and some suit from the unmarked grabs my shopping bag. I'm all don't open that, Why? it's got my work clothes, they don't smell so good. dumb ass wouldn't listen to reason, got to see him on his knees puking, tuna clothes really don't smell good.
zdogk9, you are the wind beneath my wings.
Okay, the cartoon AND zdogk9 made me laugh.
Sure do, thanks for turning me on to this.
You do read it every day, don't you?No, I don't read it every day! That would be a waste of time.After all, it only updates Monday through Friday.... ;-)
I am reminded of a time when I attempted to transport a loaded firearm onto an active US military base. (Okay, don't panic, I was going to visit my brother at Ft. Benning, and my car was chosen for the random search. Oops.)At some time during the two hour delay, during which I managed to convince the base security chief not to detain me and charge me with a federal crime (Achievement Unlocked), I like to think the FBI agent running the NICS check called me a "dumbmass." He would have been right.
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