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re: what is your go to knife when cleaning deer? - Chris4x4gill2
Cutco...


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re: Would you rather work at Baskin Robins for $7.25 an hour or Kroger's for $7.75 - Chris4x4gill2
I actually worked at both in High school. Like anywhere, how much you like or hate the job comes down in a large part to the boss and co-workers. Both are easy work. FWIW, I'd take the job in the nicer part of town. ...


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re: So my neighbor's dog just got peppersprayed by the energy meter guy - Chris4x4gill2
Meter woman did the same to my Great Dane but never admitteed to it. Gas co did nothing. Dog hated her forever after and would try to eat her through the fence if she ever saw her. Had to put the dog in the garage whenever the meter reader would come by after that....


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re: Flyiing With Antlers? - Chris4x4gill2
My Dad flew back from Alaska with a set of caribou antlers. They cut the skull in half so they could nest the antlers together. He then wrapped some tape around them to hold them together and took them on the plane as carry on. These were not trohpy antlers that he planned to mount or anything, s...


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re: Lifetime license question for baby - Chris4x4gill2
I did the same here in Alabama for my son before he turned 2 yrs old. They made me send in a letter from his daycare as well to "prove residency" Best thing about getting it now, if they ever move off out of state, the liscense is still valid whenever they come home to visit. That was a great th...


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re: All Purpose Outdoor Knife - Chris4x4gill2
benchmade griptillion? When I think outdoor knife, I think a thick fixed blade, but if he mainly fishes, a good foding pocket knife or a multi tool would probably be better....


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re: So I just finished watching Firefly - Chris4x4gill2
Serenity was on Netflix last month. Should still be on there. ...


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re: Coaches that have the made the most off of one player - Chris4x4gill2
[quote]Dennis Franchione rode LaDainian Tomlinson hard at TCU to head coaching jobs at Alabama and aTm. [/quote] This is what I came to post...


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re: What's the best way to find a point on a property line - Chris4x4gill2
Very true. I know one property line in particular is well marked, and both landowners agree on the boundary, but it doesnt match the gps coords of what the corners "should" be. ...


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re: What's the best way to find a point on a property line - Chris4x4gill2
All but one was closer to 5 than to 20 but I'd argue that in the middle of the woods that havent seen a surveyor since who knows when, its not too shabby. ...


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re: Free Boats Are the Best Boats - Chris4x4gill2
thats the klind of "free" that will work for ya. Usually a free boat means "I didnt want to pay someone to haul it off"...


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re: What's the best way to find a point on a property line - Chris4x4gill2
I flagged mine last year. I had a known / marked corner to use as a starting point. I also knew the distance to the next corner and the heading. I used a gps to record distance from the original corner and the compass to keep my heading. Starting at the corner I lined up two trees on the property l...


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Money Talk
re: To roll or not to roll over 401k - Chris4x4gill2
Roll the old 401 to a traditional IRA. That gives you full control of the investment rather than being stuck with the choices available in the the 401k...


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re: Social Anxiety - Chris4x4gill2
My nephew has it. Best advice his parents were given was to tell him the plans well in advance so he could "prepare" for it and get use to the idea. Becasue it was such a big issue, they wouldnt tell him they were planning to go to dinner until that night / right before it was time to go and ...


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re: Auto "Reality" Shows - Chris4x4gill2
I like overhaulin, but you are forgetting the true GOAT, Stacey David. I would watch Trucks or Gearz every sunday morning. Love project Copperhead [img]https://de3umf4ob8l47.cloudfront.net/sites/gearz/files/project_images/copperhead2051_20da_0.jpg[/img]...


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re: Why aren't there more diesel 1/2 ton pickups in the USA? - Chris4x4gill2
EPA has killed the advantages of a diesel, especially so on small vehicles. ...


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Political Talk
re: Just had our insurance meeting at work - Chris4x4gill2
My premiums are going up 50%. This is after a 30% increase last year. ...


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re: Some general outdoor rules of thumb. - Chris4x4gill2
[quote]If the cows are grazing, the fish are biting and the deer are moving. Absolutely no factual data to back this up. Urban legend. [/quote] Has proven true more times than I could count in my experience. We are talking rules of thumb not laws of physics....


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re: Some general outdoor rules of thumb. - Chris4x4gill2
[quote]Cows laying down = fish no bite [/quote] This works for deer to. If the cows are grazing, the fish are biting and the deer are moving. ...


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re: Some general outdoor rules of thumb. - Chris4x4gill2
keep your feet sideways to the hill when going up or down a steep grade. ...


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