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I'm a little of a gadget freak when it comes to guns, can't help it. But my main carry piece is dead on reliable, and the wheel gun I'd pack in the boonies is, too. I enjoy the others, but there are only three I carry, one open, two not.

Other than a matched pair of nickel Glock 9s' in shoulder holsters (I almost kinda won them in a crazy good deal) which I never use, and I have never even shot (though they'd be sweet if I ever own a suit again), I don't have anything but utility.

I am somewhat the opposite of you in that.
But, If I can stomach this 1911 and get to where I like it, I have no doubt I will be going to a S&W MP and Shield... That's where I want to go... They shoot like budda, and they fit my hand. The 1911 is just a practice run before I shell out the money for the big show.

I get it, and I can change... if I have to.

I just have magic with an old Colt. I don't even hardly have to aim. It's been a piece of me for so long, it is just second nature. That's hard to give up.

I'm kinda stuck with it now.... I already cut up my rocker holster and refit it to the Rock Island.
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It's not about the fast food worker.  It's about the union hack whose contract wages are indexed off the minimum wage.

That is true.  There are many union contracts that agree that
the wage will be (insert number) times the minimum wage.

So when the minimum wage is increased,
the union wage is automatically increased by
(insert number) times the minimum wage increase.

And of course, the union dues collected from each employee
also increases by the same multiple.
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We were at an event this evening. My husband was talking to the chef, whom he knows well. The chef said a few years ago he got Synvisc injections for one knee and it really worked wonders. He then went on one of the Obamacare plans - and they refuse to authorize Synvisc for the other knew. So he's pretty much Hopalong Chef right now, and will continue to be so unless he gets decent insurance.

The problem is, getting an injection like that shouldn't be so expensive that you even need insurance for it. You should be able to just go get it done and pay cash. "Insurance" is rapidly becoming the gatekeeper for all medical care and it should not be that way.
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Sports/Entertainment/Arts / Re: The Coulter-Hannity FEUD HEATS UP!!
« Last post by INVAR on Today at 12:25:12 AM »
The whole damn thing, politics, news, talk - everything broadcast and printed is all bovine excrement to the utter Barbara Streisand.

None of it is real.

Everything is now done for dollars or to construct the narrative to push the politics.

I trust nothing anyone related to media in public has to say about jack or shit - whether it's the MSM or talk radio or talking heads from both sides of the aisle.

I think the whole thing is a giant WWF/WWE scripted miasma of *wink-wink* *nod-nod* 'I get my cut right after you get yours and let's play the idiots again'.
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Sports/Entertainment/Arts / Re: The Coulter-Hannity FEUD HEATS UP!!
« Last post by Cripplecreek on June 28, 2017, 11:33:48 PM »
I am starting to suspect this is a scripted game like a WWE storyline. They probably are sitting back in one of their offices after they post these tweets or blogs getting a laugh at the reactions and ratings.

Its certainly possible. Kind of like the Trump fight with the media started with his friends at FOX news. Its like they were setting up a narrative.
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Sports/Entertainment/Arts / Re: The Coulter-Hannity FEUD HEATS UP!!
« Last post by 240B on June 28, 2017, 11:30:52 PM »
I am starting to suspect this is a scripted game like a WWE storyline. They probably are sitting back in one of their offices after they post these tweets or blogs getting a laugh at the reactions and ratings.


That was my very, very, very, very first thought. It's all just a game they are playing with each other, like an inside joke. They both like each other. They both support Trump.


This is a Trumpesque media head-fake.
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Comey convinced me of exactly that for the reasons you stated. I use to believe that it was only the top that was corrupt. That was proven wrong with the handling of the Clinton foundation/Email.

Corruption is like cancer, if not corrected early - it becomes systemic and spreads to the entire system.

And the Marxist Left knew this a long, long time ago.   We sat idle while it was entrenched, reinforced and strengthened and every single organ and member it touched became infected and corrupted.  Like imbeciles we called it 'politics as usual'/'business as usual' and turned a blind eye and said to ourselves that 'well, that is how Washington operates'.

Now the cancer is endemic and there is no rooting it out or treating it without killing the entire patient of liberty outright.  If we do nothing, liberty dies a slow agonizing death.

Liberty cannot exist in such an environment.
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World News / Re: Haley: Trump saved many lives by calling out Syria's Assad
« Last post by Cripplecreek on June 28, 2017, 11:29:14 PM »
That claim is about as valid as the democrats claiming that lives are saved by Obamacare.
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Sports/Entertainment/Arts / Re: The Coulter-Hannity FEUD HEATS UP!!
« Last post by BassWrangler on June 28, 2017, 11:24:18 PM »
I am starting to suspect this is a scripted game like a WWE storyline. They probably are sitting back in one of their offices after they post these tweets or blogs getting a laugh at the reactions and ratings.

@AbaraXas
That's totally plausible. Coulter is a master at manufacturing controversy to sell he brand (and books).
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Sports/Entertainment/Arts / Re: The Coulter-Hannity FEUD HEATS UP!!
« Last post by Frank Cannon on June 28, 2017, 11:18:51 PM »
What a Hannity and Coulter fight would look like....

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