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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Storms

Sorry I haven't as yet answered all the nice comments left here over the last two days. I shall do so as soon as possible. We had a series of storms hit us last night. My internet connection has be intermittent and this combined with a heavy work day - well, you get the point.

I haven't much to write about today. Life is the same. The Pimp came in yesterday and was unusually quiet. I didn't encourage him either....too many other customers. After a few minutes he mumbled and walked out. Fine with me.

If any of you are interested in a good deal on ammunition, hoof it over to SOG. Unless you have an FFL forget the weapons. My flier arrived yesterday and the ammo prices caught my eye. A case of 800 rounds of 7.62 x25 for $138.00. You must prove your age by sending a copy of your drivers license, again, unless you've a FFL on file with them, no rifles or handguns, which is a shame, but you can purchase the ammo. Check it out.

Two hours into this simple post....

I must gather my bundle of tax papers and drive over to my accountants office and drop them off so he can make a few dollars...after I've done most of the work. Oh, well. This task must be completed some time today. Then begins the worry. I always pay the government. Then, they hand my funds to some democritter so it has the means of funding its crack habit...

Trust me - a great storm is on this nation's horizon and its gonna be a whopper.

 

 Take care.

Stephen

14 comments:

  1. I have been trying to play catch up on your posts, you make me cry sometimes. I am glad that you made it through those storms ok. I wanted to let you know that I am reading your posts, even though I am not commenting as much.

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    1. Phelan, no problem...like you I've been a bit distracted of late and indeed read other blogs and sometime I comment and sometimes not...sorry I make you cry, it isn't intentional, trust me. I just write from my soul. Thank you, Lovely Lady, thank you.

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  2. Stay safe with the storms, send them south it will piss off the folks visiting at Disney World and the other parks. hehehe

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    1. Rob, weather guesser said we might get a few more this afternoon...not holding my breath. Will send them south if possible...take care.

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  3. Stay safe, Stephen, and take care of what's needful. The blog (and anything else) can wait.

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    1. I shall, my friend, And, thanks. Hope all is well with you.

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  4. Keep an eye on those storms. Tornado season is here.

    I'm glad I stocked up on ammo years ago, when it wasn't a big deal to add a few boxes every week or so. Occasionally did a bigger purchase when the price was right.

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    1. I just hunker down and wait 'em out, Sixbears. Like you, I'm happy I stocked my ammo deep years ago. I don't need more but never turn it away. Have a good time on the water...thanks.

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  5. I have officially had it with ammo prices. I am researching the whole rolling your own ammo and plan to make a purchase soon. Glad to see life is returning to normal for you. Nothing like funding Nancy Pelosi's travel in government planes with your hard earned money.

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    1. Reloading is fun and profitable, my friend. Doesn't take much money to set up a nice system. Begin simple. No distractions. Thanks, I'm glad life is back to normal too. Nancy, can kiss my....

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  6. I have had the bubonic flu (o.k. it was a cold) and missed my best uninterrupted time to due taxes which was this last weekend. Now I am going to have to scramble.

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    1. I feel for you, russell. I just hope and pray my taxes are within reason.

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  7. sweet one - i am glad to hear that you all weathered the storms ok. i have been checking in on some of our blogging friends to make sure that they are ok. seems like everyone came through it all right - thank goodness!

    your friend,
    kymber

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    1. It was a nice storm, kymber. Lots of lightning flashes and hard rain, nothing else...fun...thanks, Dear One.

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