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This is a discussion on "Tree Hugger" within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by dukalmighty I can't tell if it's a tree hugger or molester Really, look where that lower hand is. Makes one wonder. Originally ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    I can't tell if it's a tree hugger or molester
    Really, look where that lower hand is. Makes one wonder.
    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    OK - No comments about the knot hole on the far side of that tree.

    This thread sure ain't gonna last too very long.
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    I could think of all kinds of comments to make that would cause me to have to "infract" myself. I dunno about having a tree hugger in the back office, though. Next thing we know he'll be moving to San Francisco...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumper View Post
    I could think of all kinds of comments to make that would cause me to have to "infract" myself. I dunno about having a tree hugger in the back office, though. Next thing we know he'll be moving to San Francisco...

    Can you appeal an infraction if you give it to yourself?
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    I wondered if it was a pun, or intentional sarcasm - lol.

    Just didn't fully make sense, a defensive carry and a tree-hugger in one.

    but I like it

    Thanks for the laugh
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    OK - No comments about the knot hole on the far side of that tree.
    Whole new meaning for "LOGGING IN"
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    As long as he practices safe tree hugging.... we don't want him catching dutch elm tree disease.
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    Trying to leave as large a carbon footprint as possible.
    Shivering in the "heat"
    Innocent as doves, wise as serpents, armed like wolves.

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    Dag nabit............I was going to cut that tree down with some 7.62s to make a new reloading bench......now where am I going to get another tree from?
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    Tree hugging is putting me out of business. I for one despise environmentalism as a thoughtless, politically correct, mind-numb process taught to our children.
    Having said that I like the avatar!

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    "Whole new meaning for "LOGGING IN"


    OK. That one caused me to spit my cereal all over the monitor. Now I have to clean it up. At least there wasn't much splatted on the keyboard this time.

    Just didn't fully make sense, a defensive carry and a tree-hugger in one.
    It may not make sense at first. Let me explain how I was persuaded to adopt a different outlook on life.

    Fact of the matter is, I am trying to show that not all mods are the "kill em all" type. After my company sent a bunch of us through "Diversity" training, I was made aware of the many differing types of perceptions of various groups of people. I hate to admit, that previously I was unaware that some people took offense at virtually everything and was I somewhat naive.

    In my endeavor to be more politically acceptable to not just some people, but to all, I thought that changing my avatar might show that I am willing to change. After all, the war cry of the President elect as "Change, Change, Change, so in my willingness and desire to be a team player, I decided to do just that.This is my new 3 day strategy.

    To think that I used to refer to those classes as part of the "spine removal school" embarrasses me somewhat. As QKShooter pointed out to me earlier, I have become "enlightened". I'm planning a trip soon to "Fisherman's Wharf" in San Francisco soon to take part in a bit of the local culture there and to see if I can convince people there to take responsibility for themselves and to petition the powers to be in California to allow concealed carry there. I was also told in spine remov....uh....I mean" Diversity" Training,that" if you cant beat em,join em", so I am attempting to use a different approach here in an attempt to unite all people together together so that some day we can all lock arms and sway to the music and song of "Kumbya" while standing around the campfire admiring our carry pieces. After all, I see no reason why we cant be one big happy family here.
    I would rather stand against the cannons of the wicked than against the prayers of the righteous.


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    Careful, with that type of "open" views, as you travel in SF especially at the Fisherman's wharf - you might be persuaded to alter your life-style
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    Well,since I am day 2 of my 3 day strategy, if I dont leave today, I wont make it.
    I would rather stand against the cannons of the wicked than against the prayers of the righteous.


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    Trying to leave as large a carbon footprint as possible.
    Shivering in the "heat"
    Innocent as doves, wise as serpents, armed like wolves.

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    Be careful in SF, you never know who might want to get behind that tree and "hug" with you!!
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    Darn. Late to this thread.

    Been busy sharpening my chain saw.

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