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    Retired USAF Master Sergeant.
    When you have to shoot, shoot. Don't talk.
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    I like anonymity.

    My real name starts with a "J".
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    Initials of my company, last 4 didgets of the phone #
    Socialism: A great Idea...'til you run out of other people's money. Margaret Thatcher

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    Mine needs no explanation on this forum. LOL
    We will be much better off when we learn to deal with things as they really are, instead of how we wish them to be!

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    My avatar should explain mine. The one in the middle is mine and the other two are his mother and sister. He was just a puppy in that picture.

    Over the last 18 years I've raised two rotties and I love the breed.
    For as the lightning comes from the east and flashes to the west, so also will the coming of the son of man be. Mathew 24:27

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    Simple. First and last names abbreviations joined.

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    First off it is not dirty!
    When i first started online gameing I just used Hardcore, because of my particular taste in music. It was pretty generic so one of my teamates asked where i lived. when i said Nevada he started callin me "Slots" for slotmachines. The two eventually merged and here I am!
    Life is a game of chance, be prepared to throw down when its time to dance. If your young, enjoy it cuz your youth is gold and never waste time every single day you grow old. written is a page in the book for you, with hard times and bad luck to see what you will do.

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    Dukalmighty,I use to Duck hunt and I saw the movie Bruce almighty.
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    As a child of the 50's and 60's and one of the minor musical genre therefrom, I combined a musical footnote and my EDC Glocks. I am a Poet too <yea......right>.

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    Everyone's been calling me "Bunny" for ages. I guess it's just a nickname that stuck.
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    The "edr" part came from the engraving inlaid in gold script on the slide of my STI 38 super open gun, which read "El Diablo Rojo". The gun was hard chromed with a red C-More sight and a red grip.

    The 9x23 part came along when I finally sold the gun and used the proceeds to build EDRs successor, an STI carry gun chambered to shoot either 38 super or 9x23 Winchester. When I shoot an IDPA match, 38 super goes in the gun, when I carry it 9x23 Silvertips go in the gun.....Pretty lethal combination.

    Hence, edr9x23super.
    "Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are inevitably ruined". - Patrick Henry

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    I love Surefire lights and have (had) 7 of them at the time. (Got one more for Christmas! ).
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    experience comes from bad decisions"

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    It's where we live & we value our privacy, so to help discourage visitors.....the name just fit. (I wanted to hang a noose from the end of the 'gallows' & a skull & crossbones from the sign bottom......but the wife said that was a little much.....)
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    "An unarmed man can only flee from evil, and evil is not overcome by fleeing from it." -Jeff Cooper

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    Mine is from a character on the old SCTV show. For those that don't remember it, it was a career launch board for quite a few stars as shown here.......

    &#x22;Second City TV&#x22; (1976)

    Anyway, on the show they did a satirical version of a childrens show I watched growing up called The Friendly Giant.

    &#x22;The Friendly Giant&#x22; (1958)

    This was originally an American show from the 50's that made it's way to Canada and played for many many years. The SCTV version was, shall we say, slightly more redneck and the character of Rusty the rooster was replaced by GunnyBunny.

    When I was thinking up a handle, it just came back to me so I went with it.
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    The kids in Vietnam used to call me Tiwee. That or BacSee. They were all mix up since BacSee was not as good looking.

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