I was at the dentist and heard music to my ears.

I was at the dentist and heard music to my ears.

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    I was at the dentist and heard music to my ears.

    I had to go down the Salt Lake City, UT. Friday, to the Veterans Hospital to have dental work done. While laying back getting a new crown, I overheard the dentist in the next cubical talking about guns, then my dentist started talking to her about them and she said she couldn't wait to get off work and go to the big gun show in Salt Lake City. I thought damn if I only knew ahead of time, I would have gone, but it was already a 5 hour trip back home and it would already be around 10pm before I would get there. Anyway it gave me an in, to talk about guns. I said I just bought a AR-15 and the conversation took off and the whole office got involved. It was great, so many pro-gunners in one spot, I really hated to leave, but now we really have something to talk about at my next appointment. Gotta love the VA
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    How can you say AR15 with a mouth full of novocaine and have people understand what your talking about unless they really are gun nuts.I got a aaaaaohfufton <AR15 on novocaine
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    How can you say AR15 with a mouth full of novocaine and have people understand what your talking about unless they really are gun nuts.I got a aaaaaohfufton <AR15 on novocaine


    Their dentists of course the knew what I was saying.
    OK, so I was drooling, but I always drool when talking about guns.
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    It's great finding people with common interests. When I'm out and about, the wife dreads bumping into a fellow weapon enthusiast. I believe it's like politics and religion most keep quite about guns until the subject is brought up. For me it's one of the only things to be engaged about.
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    I wish I had half the guns my dentist owns. The exam rooms are decorated in hunting motif, pics of his elk & deer hunts on the walls.
    Some days the assistants are even dressed in camo smocks!
    I'm a child of the 60's, but I got over it.

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    My primary doctor (and AME) is a gun enthusiast also.
    Good feeling, especially if you have to undress
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    My eye doctor is a class 3 kindof guy with all the neat gizmos. Everytime I am in there we talk guns.

    The assistants just roll their eyes like we are speaking a foreign language.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sisco View Post
    I wish I had half the guns my dentist owns. The exam rooms are decorated in hunting motif, pics of his elk & deer hunts on the walls.
    Some days the assistants are even dressed in camo smocks!
    Mine too! He keeps his mounted deer in his office because they give his wife "the willies"
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    My Doctor got in on the AR lower group buy with me. After the election he called me at home and asked: "Can we get more or was that a one time thing." Hated to tell him it was a one time thing. While in for an appointment, he went out of the room and came back with his new O/U shotgun to show me. The nurses just shaking their heads.
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