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Monthly Archives: September 2014
I assume some of my readership is urban, or at least not quite as hopelessly redneck as me. Therefore I’ll explain something about the relationship between farms and buying food. This is a Curmudgeonly Gem of Insight so you might … Continue reading
I am the proud owner of three healthy happy mountains of bacon. In case you were smart enough to avoid missed my earlier series here’s the background: Makin’ Bacon: Part 1 – The Pusher Makin’ Bacon: Part 2 Makin’ Bacon: Part … Continue reading
Yesterday’s post had me thinking about raccoons. Then I found this: Hat tip to My Muse Shanked Me go there for better posts than my raccoon battles.
Q: Can ammoforsale.com override physics? A: Sadly, no. Light loads for small things is a law of nature. … I wanted to test the ammo right away but I was still sick. I’d promised my doctor I’d stay out of … Continue reading
Q: Can ammoforsale.com teach you to let go of unfounded premises? A: Yes. … I was a little disappointed that the 20 gauge ammo was low brass instead of high brass. Then I pondered just exactly why I buy high … Continue reading
Q: Can ammoforsale.com set you up better than a pimp with a drug dealer on speed dial? A: Hell yeah! … If you’ve been reading the rest of my little story you know [sumdood] from ammoforsale.com had offered me, an … Continue reading
Q: Can ammoforsale.com validate your existence? A: Hell yeah! … I’m a blogger. Comparing normal human interaction to blogging is comparing a warm handshake to a freak stapling typewritten rants to telephone poles. I wouldn’t have it any other way. … Continue reading
Q: Can ammoforsale.com lift you from the slimy carpet of a dive hotel to joyous nirvana? A: Hell yeah! … I could take ammoforsale.com’s generous offering and do something boring. Maybe review it for accuracy and quality like a real … Continue reading
Q: Can ammoforsale.com improve your life, outlook, and spiritual well being? A: Hell yeah! … “How can I get something for nothing?” Great thinkers from Aristotle through the guy down at the feed store have pondered this same question. Some … Continue reading