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    but my 2 buddies were the Groom and Best Man
    Groom still married?

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    my cousin is my unkle and was best man when i married his mother

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    Quote Originally Posted by claude clay View Post
    my cousin is my unkle and was best man when i married his mother

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    If you died today and stood in front of God and He asked you " Why should I let you into My Heaven?" what would you say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    That thread reminds me of an incident when I was stationed at Travis Airplane Patch. One of the other Engineers was told he could have the wood from some oak stumps if he would cut them down. At the time we did not know these stumps were about 6 feet around and about 5 feet high. After loading some chainsaws and a sufficient quantity of beer were proceeded to the location of the stumps. We soon discovered no one had a saw big enough to cut the stumps down. After considering a while we hit on the great idea to cut as far as we could into the stumps then take a brace and bit and bore a hole into the stump. We then poured about 4 or 5 ounces of black powder into the hole then packed it with a fuse and newspaper to hold everything in. Worked rather well in splitting the stump until we misjudged the charge bit and sent a piece of one stump through the shed we were in when it went off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    That thread reminds me of an incident when I was stationed at Travis Airplane Patch. One of the other Engineers was told he could have the wood from some oak stumps if he would cut them down. At the time we did not know these stumps were about 6 feet around and about 5 feet high. After loading some chainsaws and a sufficient quantity of beer were proceeded to the location of the stumps. We soon discovered no one had a saw big enough to cut the stumps down. After considering a while we hit on the great idea to cut as far as we could into the stumps then take a brace and bit and bore a hole into the stump. We then poured about 4 or 5 ounces of black powder into the hole then packed it with a fuse and newspaper to hold everything in. Worked rather well in splitting the stump until we misjudged the charge bit and sent a piece of one stump through the shed we were in when it went off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    Groom still married?
    All 3 of us got married within a 2 week period. I'm the only one of us still married to the same woman. Soon to be 19 years within the coming week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mano3 View Post
    I have to add another one: tried to shoot a tarantula with a .22 pistol. It was in the front yard and hissed at me!
    Reminds me of one. My family moved to Texas when I was about 7. My brother and I quickly learned that you can pour water down a tarantula hole and they'll come out. We used to capture them and put two together to make them fight. A little tarantula UFC.
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    I grew up in a town of less then 1k (fouke ar) look it up its known for the fouke monster
    A town with a monster that sounds like fornicating (you win)
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    -Watching movies and reading books that's pertaining to the Wild West.
    -Listening to blues and southern rock music.
    -Wearing a leather vest or Carhart work jacket on occasion.
    -Owning/shooting guns (although now a mainstream hobby, some still consider it a redneck thang).
    -Having survival items in my possession.

    PS: I am not a redneck though.

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    Use to pull an old tractor tire behind my explorer in a buddies horse pasture. Think about pulling a tube behind a boat, same idea. Except it hurt a little more when you fell off.
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    I've dona a lot of kinda redneck things, but nothing super "git'r'dun". The most memorable was 30-30 pumpkin carving.

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