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    I was all ready to smoke cigars with Mccallie, until that last line........
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    Quote Originally Posted by roseberry View Post
    it's getting like????? no, it has always been like!

    dude let me ask how your lessons went today? you are obviously home schooling your children, right? you couldn't possibly be proud of them if you didn't educate them entirely by yourself, right?

    how about your home, are you proud of it? a guy like you must have dug its footings by hand, laid the foundation and dorve every nail, right? you couldn't be proud of it if you didn't, right?

    the shotgun you hunt with must be a forged damascus double from your own forge and blacksmith shop, right? the stock is one you hand carved from the burled stump of the old walnut tree you planted with your grand dad when you were just a boy. it blew down in the storm of 2006 and was air dried in your barn loft until you judged it suitable, right? you couldn't possibly be proud of it otherwise, right?

    the mounted pintail you shot with the federal band in 2,011 looks great on your man cave wall. there is such a great reward in doing your own taxidermy, right?

    just sayin', no matter what parts of your life you choose to do or choose not do for yourself, someone does these things themselves and can't understand why you do it differently.

    i had a wonderful homegrown tomato sandwich for lunch today......it could not have been tastier even if i woulda grown the tomatos myself?

    backwater, if you can put a nice portfolio together for yourself, i will bring cigars for the both of us. they will be hand rolled with the tender hands and upon the gentle thighs of a young, exotic cuban maiden. unless you'd rather i roll them up on my own hairy, sweaty legs!!!! lol
    Hit it out of the park John, great job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by roseberry View Post
    it's getting like????? no, it has always been like!

    dude let me ask how your lessons went today? you are obviously home schooling your children, right? you couldn't possibly be proud of them if you didn't educate them entirely by yourself, right?

    how about your home, are you proud of it? a guy like you must have dug its footings by hand, laid the foundation and dorve every nail, right? you couldn't be proud of it if you didn't, right?

    the shotgun you hunt with must be a forged damascus double from your own forge and blacksmith shop, right? the stock is one you hand carved from the burled stump of the old walnut tree you planted with your grand dad when you were just a boy. it blew down in the storm of 2006 and was air dried in your barn loft until you judged it suitable, right? you couldn't possibly be proud of it otherwise, right?

    the mounted pintail you shot with the federal band in 2,011 looks great on your man cave wall. there is such a great reward in doing your own taxidermy, right?

    just sayin', no matter what parts of your life you choose to do or choose not do for yourself, someone does these things themselves and can't understand why you do it differently.

    i had a wonderful homegrown tomato sandwich for lunch today......it could not have been tastier even if i woulda grown the tomatos myself?

    backwater, if you can put a nice portfolio together for yourself, i will bring cigars for the both of us. they will be hand rolled with the tender hands and upon the gentle thighs of a young, exotic cuban maiden. unless you'd rather i roll them up on my own hairy, sweaty legs!!!! lol
    Damn!

    That was pure poetry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseberry View Post
    it's getting like????? no, it has always been like!

    dude let me ask how your lessons went today? you are obviously home schooling your children, right? you couldn't possibly be proud of them if you didn't educate them entirely by yourself, right?

    how about your home, are you proud of it? a guy like you must have dug its footings by hand, laid the foundation and dorve every nail, right? you couldn't be proud of it if you didn't, right?

    the shotgun you hunt with must be a forged damascus double from your own forge and blacksmith shop, right? the stock is one you hand carved from the burled stump of the old walnut tree you planted with your grand dad when you were just a boy. it blew down in the storm of 2006 and was air dried in your barn loft until you judged it suitable, right? you couldn't possibly be proud of it otherwise, right?

    the mounted pintail you shot with the federal band in 2,011 looks great on your man cave wall. there is such a great reward in doing your own taxidermy, right?

    just sayin', no matter what parts of your life you choose to do or choose not do for yourself, someone does these things themselves and can't understand why you do it differently.

    i had a wonderful homegrown tomato sandwich for lunch today......it could not have been tastier even if i woulda grown the tomatos myself?

    backwater, if you can put a nice portfolio together for yourself, i will bring cigars for the both of us. they will be hand rolled with the tender hands and upon the gentle thighs of a young, exotic cuban maiden. unless you'd rather i roll them up on my own hairy, sweaty legs!!!! lol
    Sounds like the old boy hit a nerve. Remember...some of us have seen your training and handling skills.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roseberry View Post
    it's getting like????? no, it has always been like!

    dude let me ask how your lessons went today? you are obviously home schooling your children, right? you couldn't possibly be proud of them if you didn't educate them entirely by yourself, right?

    how about your home, are you proud of it? a guy like you must have dug its footings by hand, laid the foundation and dorve every nail, right? you couldn't be proud of it if you didn't, right?

    the shotgun you hunt with must be a forged damascus double from your own forge and blacksmith shop, right? the stock is one you hand carved from the burled stump of the old walnut tree you planted with your grand dad when you were just a boy. it blew down in the storm of 2006 and was air dried in your barn loft until you judged it suitable, right? you couldn't possibly be proud of it otherwise, right?

    the mounted pintail you shot with the federal band in 2,011 looks great on your man cave wall. there is such a great reward in doing your own taxidermy, right?

    just sayin', no matter what parts of your life you choose to do or choose not do for yourself, someone does these things themselves and can't understand why you do it differently.

    i had a wonderful homegrown tomato sandwich for lunch today......it could not have been tastier even if i woulda grown the tomatos myself?

    backwater, if you can put a nice portfolio together for yourself, i will bring cigars for the both of us. they will be hand rolled with the tender hands and upon the gentle thighs of a young, exotic cuban maiden. unless you'd rather i roll them up on my own hairy, sweaty legs!!!! lol
    I made a vow wasn't going to respond to this post as it was getting in the category of duck meat, feathers, 2.3 per trial or 2.578 per trial hunt test available or whatever it was , who cares. This was a great post, too bad we couldn't get together other then phone calls when you were in my neck of the woods. I would like to thank you for your response. Maybe next time we can get together.
    Earl Dillow

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    earl, i will be back up there is december/january! it'll be cold but we will def get out then!
    jmc

    p.s. backwater, not bustin on you, just pointing out another perspective. welcome to rtf!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RF2 View Post
    Sounds like the old boy hit a nerve. Remember...some of us have seen your training and handling skills.
    His handling skillls?? Hell... No offense, but I'm ready to see the Cuban maiden's handling skills after reading that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinman View Post
    His handling skillls?? Hell... No offense, but I'm ready to see the Cuban maiden's handling skills after reading that!
    No doubt Bill I don't even smoke but a Cuban maiden? I could puff on that for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duk4me View Post
    No doubt Bill I don't even smoke but a Cuban maiden? I could puff on that for sure.
    HaHa! Maybe even in a dog house if Leslie looks over your shoulder
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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinman View Post
    HaHa! Maybe even in a dog house if Leslie looks over your shoulder
    Welll that snapped me back to reality. The good thing is my reality is pretty damn good for me not poor Leslie.
    I have learned I need these dogs much more than they need me. Tim Bockmon

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