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Re: Oops...

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Post by austin-tatious » Tue Jul 21, 2009 7:34 pm

usa1 wrote:
austin-tatious wrote:
usa1 wrote:
geekwagun wrote:but have seen some that I suspected might be.
me too , but be careful not to stare too hard ,
they might get the wrong impression :ack: if you know what i mean :lol:
you could end up with a black eye ...or even worse.... or a phone number :shock:
That should be "or even worse...a phone number :shock:"

Sorry, since we're not being too serious, I could not resist. :lol:
OK mom , i fixed it ... :oops:
mistake was due to having only one cup of coffee . :yawn
Ahah! I had had at least 3 cups by the time I posted this morning. :cheers2:

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Re: Oops...

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Post by USA1 » Tue Jul 21, 2009 8:10 pm

austin-tatious wrote:
usa1 wrote:
austin-tatious wrote:
usa1 wrote:
geekwagun wrote:but have seen some that I suspected might be.
me too , but be careful not to stare too hard ,
they might get the wrong impression :ack: if you know what i mean :lol:
you could end up with a black eye ...or even worse.... or a phone number :shock:
That should be "or even worse...a phone number :shock:"

Sorry, since we're not being too serious, I could not resist. :lol:
OK mom , i fixed it ... :oops:
mistake was due to having only one cup of coffee . :yawn
Ahah! I had had at least 3 cups by the time I posted this morning. :cheers2:
:shock: "rlol"
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Re: Oops...

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Post by nils » Mon Oct 19, 2009 3:16 am

Nice job...staying cool is the best option.... :cheers2:
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Re: Oops...

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Post by jgp » Thu Oct 22, 2009 7:10 am

geekwagun wrote:Same here... So far I have not been able to clearly identify anyone carrying, but have seen some that I suspected might be.
I've only "made" one guy at WalMart a couple years ago. Older gentleman, rough looking. He was wearing shorts and T-shirt, ball cap with a bunch of pins on it and a fanny pack big enough to put a Mossberg Cruiser or an M4 in.


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Post by Blue5 » Mon Mar 02, 2015 1:03 am

okay!!! My day was bad until I read this post. "rlol"


I had to comment even though this was from many years ago. I am going back through "Never Again" and I am learning a lot.....


Great POST!!!! "rlol"
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Post by jmra » Mon Mar 02, 2015 6:34 am

Blue5 wrote:okay!!! My day was bad until I read this post. "rlol"


I had to comment even though this was from many years ago. I am going back through "Never Again" and I am learning a lot.....


Great POST!!!! "rlol"
We call that thread resurrection. :mrgreen:
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Re: Oops...

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Post by Teamless » Mon Mar 02, 2015 7:18 am

jmra wrote:We call that thread resurrection
my first few weeks on here, several years ago of course, I had many thread resurrections, as I was enthralled with reading everything, I never understood the date stamp, just the threads themselves
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Re: Oops...

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Post by Jason K » Mon Mar 02, 2015 9:30 am

All in all, it could have been worse.....

....he could have been wearing a kilt. :leaving

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Post by Charles L. Cotton » Mon Mar 02, 2015 10:04 am

Bunkins wrote:I was at the diesel pump today fillin the truck up.. There were quite a few people around, but there is a chick in front of me that I was eye ballin, and she was glancing back.. So I'm pumping fuel, then all the sudden a HUGE gust of wind came, which was odd because there was no wind period before that.. There was however a storm brewing...

I had my back turned to her, getting ready to put the spout back on the pump, that gust of wind got under my shirt and lifted it up to my shoulders.. I scramble to pull it back down, because I'm carrying at 5 o clock... I turn back around and she's looking back at me, eye's wide open and a shocked look on her face... I played it cool and said back to her " Ya know, thats just my luck, my shirt blows up, but yours didnt. You got a look at me, but I didnt get a look at you, thats not fair! " I kinda chuckled and gave her a smile.. She laughed, smiled back. Then I got in the truck and got out fairly quickly, I decided that I wasn't going to stick around long enough to get her phone number :lol: Figured it was best to just leave..

It was clearly accidental, not a thing I could have done to prevent it. If it was windy, and I didnt dress accordingly to conceal thats one thing.. I was dressed for the conditions, but a freak gust came from no where, lifting up my shirt for the world to see what I had behind my back.. From reading posts on here, seeing people say that if your firearm becomes exposed to play it cool, and not give the impression that your trying to hide anything.. Thats exactly what I did, and from the look on her face at first, then the laugh and smile after what I said to her, I think I did a pretty good job...
You handled it well, but you also need to say a prayer of thanks. You see, based upon your description of the weather, the freak gust of high wind exposing your handgun, and the fact that you were attracted to the woman, the Lord was clearly warning you to RUN AWAY!!! :smilelol5:

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Post by mojo84 » Mon Mar 02, 2015 10:28 am

Zombie thread.
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Re: Oops...

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Post by Blue5 » Mon Mar 02, 2015 7:46 pm

Teamless wrote:
jmra wrote:We call that thread resurrection
my first few weeks on here, several years ago of course, I had many thread resurrections, as I was enthralled with reading everything, I never understood the date stamp, just the threads themselves


Sorry ALL!!! I guess there will be lots of Thread Resurrection in the next few weeks till I stop digging through old stuff (or Zombie Threads) :totap:

I will try and limit my posts on these types of threads, but I had to laugh on this one.....

Great job with the you got to see me, I did not get to see you.... That is quick! :thumbs2:
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Re: Oops...

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Post by LDB415 » Mon Mar 02, 2015 8:12 pm

Oh darn, there goes my stakeout stealth.
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Re: Oops...

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Post by The Annoyed Man » Tue Mar 03, 2015 1:45 am

mojo84 wrote:Zombie thread.
I believe that the correct term for reviving old threads is "thread necromancy". :lol:
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