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Old 06-06-2007, 09:54 AM   #1
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MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR NEXT SATURDAY!

As you may already know, it is a sin for a Muslim male to see any woman other than his wife naked, and that he must commit suicide if he does. So next Saturday at 4 PM. Eastern Time all American women are asked to walk out of their house completely naked to help weed out any neighborhood terrorists.

Circling your block for one hour is recommended for this anti-terrorist effort.

All men are to position themselves in lawn chairs in front of their house to prove they are not Muslims, and to demonstrate they think its okay to see nude women other than their wife and to show support for all American women.

Since Islam also does not approve of alcohol, a cold 6-pack at your side is further proof of your anti-Muslim sentiment.

The American government appreciates your efforts to root out terrorists and applauds your participation in this anti-terrorist activity.

God bless America.

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Old 06-06-2007, 10:02 AM   #2
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I wondered what that circle on the calendar was there for.

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If your on Tiny's block, be sure to check out her lift while your at it.
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Old 06-06-2007, 11:07 AM   #6
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I don't know Cain, that might get you a smack. "hey buddy, these are exactly where God put them" WHACK!
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I don't know Cain, that might get you a smack. "hey buddy, these are exactly where God put them" WHACK!
LMAO...I was still talkin' about the Jeep and you just had to take it right into the gutter!

Does anyone know where we can get some "WF" lawn chairs? That way Tiny will know who we are when we're setting in the yard across from her house.
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That way I know who to hit with a rock.
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Old 06-06-2007, 11:57 AM   #9
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That way I know who to hit with a rock.
Well, ya know what they say.....Jeep Chicks "ROCK"!!!
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I have a little ol' pump action shotgun too, so um...... stay off my lawn.
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Now see.....You can't be talkin' like that. I'm from West Virginia, and around here that could be considered foreplay!
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Go get'er cain I tried the West Virginia route w/ her when I first got here to. Stupid Californians dont know what its like out here in the Mountains (Just teasin ya Tiny )

BTW, What part of WV? My family has 300 cares in Tyler County, and my grandma/father is from Stubensville/Wierton area.
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I ain't a Californian and am very happily caught already. But we all know Cain's lyin'. Shotguns in WV ain't for foreplay, they's for the wedding day.
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Go get'er cain I tried the West Virginia route w/ her when I first got here to. Stupid Californians dont know what its like out here in the Mountains (Just teasin ya Tiny )

BTW, What part of WV? My family has 300 cares in Tyler County, and my grandma/father is from Stubensville/Wierton area.
Hehe...The only think that troubles me about Tiny is that she may be from Cali but I believe shes got a little "Mountain Girl" in her...I truly believe the she knows how to use that little pump action shot gun!

BTW, I'm in Martinsburg, Berkeley county here in the eastern panhandle. I'm about 70 miles outside of Washington DC.
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I truly believe the she knows how to use that little pump action shot gun!
I'm way better with a bow. Grew up in a family that never used a rifle to deer hunt (in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey by the way).


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Can you honestly consider responding to this thread a "hijack" ? C'mon, re read the initial post.....
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I ain't a Californian and am very happily caught already. But we all know Cain's lyin'. Shotguns in WV ain't for foreplay, they's for the wedding day.
Dont get me started on my WV wedding day gun stories.. I have a real live, happened to me, wedding story that involves MY PROPERTY and ME SHOOTING... and a WEDDING

Well, I suppose I can tell it, it is funny My family was originally given just over 300 acres in the late 1800s. Long story short, sometime in the early 1900s there was a land despute, and to settle it we sold about 5-10 acres real cheap to make our land an even 300. The way its setup, is that our farm is surrounded on 3 sides by mountains that we own, than a creek on the 4th with a bridge entrance. Theres a valley in between, and the 3 farm houses were all built on the same acre in the far corner of the farm by the creek and one of the mountains. The plot of land they sold was the corner behind the houses Smart huh? So now we have 300 acres, but a "public" road that can come up to our house and ends about 1/2 acre behind the farm house. Well, now they turned that small area into a Church. This guy and my uncle (who lives on the farm now) do not get along at all. Every sunday he wakes up my uncle with his church non sense, and these guys fight like that dirty old man fishing movie, non stop. Well, I went up there with my father and my GF about 3 months ago to see my uncle, and visit my grandma who isnt doing very well. I decided to bring my SKS and a 380auto pistol with me for my GF to play with. She wanted to learn how to use the pistol for at home, and she always wanted to learn how to shoot the "BIG MEAN MILITARY" gun as she calls it. So we pull up, its like 2 pm, and my uncle has us all set up out in the valley. I brought 300 rounds for the SKS and 500 for the 380. About 2:45-3:00 ish we were done shooting and we walk the 50 yards back into the farm house (we were shooting about ~75-80 yards? from the church) . About 10 minutes later, we start to hear all kinds of clatter in front of the house. Sounded like metal banging and stuff. So, out of reaction, my dad grabs a 12ga and I grab the SKS and go to the window. The church was having a wedding ceremony, and it was the "Just married" car driving down the road with all the metal cans on the back bumper hauling the bride and groom. Bride and Groom were laughing and cheering, the parents were PISSED. Needless to say my uncle couldnt stop laughing, and ever since then neither can I. I guess its true, you cannot have a wedding in WV without rounds going off in the background during the "I do"'s Maybe that means a divorce isnt in the future for them? Arent weddings in WV with accidental gun fire during the whole ceremony good luck?

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Hehe...The only think that troubles me about Tiny is that she may be from Cali but I believe shes got a little "Mountain Girl" in her...I truly believe the she knows how to use that little pump action shot gun!

BTW, I'm in Martinsburg, Berkeley county here in the eastern panhandle. I'm about 70 miles outside of Washington DC.
Thats awesome. Unfortunatly, I am stuck about 120 miles from you inside the East Coasts version of Kalifornia (MD). I am sure she knows how to use that shotty, thats why I NEVER forget the just kidding
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It is so cool, to learn the stories of our members. I really like the starting idea, to this thread. Let's weed out the Muslims.!! Let us show them, who really runs this country.
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Yes I agree (the evil minded ones anyway, cant kick everyone out). I was going to print this out and put it on the desk for customers/truckers to read but I can only print emails
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