Hey thanks for the "FRONT" on that - you have no idea what it means. (Well, maybe you do)
That all came up about four or five days ago - but somebody scammed the mil and vets people at FTE not long ago, so I went around behind the scenes to check it out. One of the things I hoped we could do was get people to go look at it (I mean, come on! An AR-15 with everything you could want on it?) to be sure it was real...maybe go to the gun shop itself and talk to the owner and people there about it.
But the bottom line is nothing to do with a cool gun or what you could win, is it?
If it's true, you have to think about WHAT THE HELL WOULD YOU HAVE TO LOOK FORWARD TO - and what kinda problems would you have in dealing with life, if all of a sudden your legs were gone? For one thing...
Hey - the guy loved to hunt. How does he get around in the woods now?
That right there kinda bugs me. I wonder if there's some way to build a handicapped persons four wheeler to get out in the wild with. I bet enough people could do it...
File that as a crazy idea; but you know, right?
What else can I say.
It would be good if some of us that lived nearby could go visit. Let us know if you do that...
*By the way - I can't decide if Bronx or Jersey girls are cuter. They both slap you if you run out of money...
Morning Ed how's the water situation on the Island?
not so bad george. some local road flooding but nothing catostrapic. i live on the north shore, so we are up in elavation. 15 miles south i'm sure is a different story. a lot of those who live on the south shore are right at or a little above sea level. hows it by you?
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