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Interests:LSU Football...is there anything else?
Occupation:Watching and talking about LSU football
Number of Posts:230
Registered on:8/23/2004
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re: Mako Pro 17 Skiff CC - Tigerhead
Workmate of mine bought one and loves it. Having said that, he's not what I would call an experienced boater or fisherman. Smart guy, but not a true salt yet. I looked at them and wasn't impressed with the way they were constructed. That's not saying they wouldn't ride good or fish good. Just w...
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re: Waited all my life, finally got in a red tide - Tigerhead
What I like about the video is that, even from that distance, you can see the wave being pushed up by the reds. Many many years ago as a young lad, I had the thrill of helping an old fisherman run a trammel net around a school of reds like the one in the video. He keyed on that wave they were push...
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re: Cop stands up to gun nut in Texas. - Tigerhead
Damn you really are bored....
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re: Cop stands up to gun nut in Texas. - Tigerhead
[quote]Should any of you wish to walk in front of my house with any sort of weapon... Feel free. But should it get pointed at a human or dog, you'll be dead before you know it.[/quote] This statement assumes that all a person might do is "point" the weapon. For the sake of this argument, let's...
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re: Cop stands up to gun nut in Texas. - Tigerhead
I tried to read all of the posts but found it way too painful. I'm 62 years old and I grew up in a time when people could walk out in their yard or down the street with a gun without anyone thinking anything of it. A rifle in a rack in the back window of a pickup was considered a standard option a...
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re: Here's why you don't buy your woman a gun - Tigerhead
I remember when Draino was the woman's weapon of choice against a cheating or abusive man. Would wait until he was passed out drunk and then pour it down his throat. Was a somewhat common ER case back in the day. It was handy and would put some serious hurt on the victim. And IF he survived he w...
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re: Can somebody explain Texas liquor laws to me? - Tigerhead
I have been out of the Houston bar scene for quite a while, so I don't know if they still make a distinction between a bar and an Ice House. When I did still haunt those establishments, an Ice House could only sell beer and had to stop selling at midnight. A lot if not all were open air. Usually ...
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re: Explosion at Exxon refinery in CA - Tigerhead
Interesting "event". Can't wait to hear exactly what happened. I believe this unit is just a piece of environmental equipment. It's designed to take the SOX and NOX out of the flue gas on the tail end of the CO burner/boiler train. Similar to the catalytic converter on your car. Usually a prett...
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re: Who here has lost both parents? - Tigerhead
Lost my mom when I was 10. She was 44. My dad passed at 86. Never remarried or even dated after losing my mom. Losing my mom was tough and I don't think I have ever gotten over the loss completely because I can still feel the sadness when I think back to that time. It did however make me a more inde...
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re: What industrial jobs are in demand the most? - Tigerhead
Welders are in high demand. Be aware that not everyone has the natural talent to be a GOOD welder. It's kind of like being an artist, not everyone has the hand. Almost anyone can burn a stick rod but if you can't learn to tig weld with the best of them, you may not get the cherry jobs. A good fabr...
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re: 132 year old rifle found leaning against a tree in Great Basin National Park - Tigerhead
I saw wooden grave markers in Wyoming that were that old. Wood had a little rot right at the soil line, but the rest was intact. So I could see the stock lasting that long....
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re: Southerners talk slow: myth or fact? - Tigerhead
Northerners think we talk slow compared to them. Like someone said, it's about the climate. When you're standing arse deep in snow, you tend to talk fast to get the conversation over with faster. On the other hand, we try not to talk fast so we don't break a sweat....
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re: Rabideaux Sausage, Iowa La. - Tigerhead
There used to be a guy in Moss Bluff that made the best sausage I ever ate. He would make venison sausage that was to die for. He had a little butcher shop in his back yard. His last name was Matt or Matte (pronounced mott). His health got bad and he quit. After that I almost quit deer hunting b...
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re: What's the worst injury you've seen at the gun range - Tigerhead
Beware of the inexperienced reloaders at the range. Most range accidents are caused by idiots that think all you have to do is buy the gear and go to reloading. I saw a guy blow the bolt out of a semi auto .243. He had double dropped the powder charge. One rule of thumb is you should not use a load...
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re: Yildiz O/U - Tigerhead
I can't speak for others, but I bought mine 4 years ago. I have probably put 6 to seven cases of dove rounds through it without a single problem. I love the gun. I would probably stay away from the semi auto A-71. Have heard of a few issues with that model. Don't get me wrong, it's not a Citori,...
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re: Thinking about buying a deer rifle - Tigerhead
Depends on what you want it for. Looks will cost you extra money. If you want something you can throw behind the seat of the truck and you just want it to kill deer and hogs, go with the Ruger American. Son in law bought one and I went with him to sight it in. Shot great! Inch to inch and a qtr...
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re: The SEC Dominance may be done - Tigerhead
The SEC may be down a little this season based on the bowl results, but I think if you go look at the NFL rosters you will see why. The majority of the big time talent is coming out of the south and in turn the SEC. When guys leave following their RS sophomore season and start in the pros the foll...
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re: Good caliber for wife and kids to hunt with. - Tigerhead
Where you will be hunting, access to a variety of ammunition probably isn't a problem. But for people that hunt in Bum Frick Texas, access to certain ammunition can be a real issue. You might be buying it in a gas station or at best a small town Walmart. So I always advise sticking with the commo...
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re: Teaching son to shoot - Tigerhead
[quote]the obvious---- be extremely strict on where he points the gun, loaded and unloaded.[/quote] Second that. Even the most experienced shooters can have a lapse in concentration or a mechanical malfunction if they shoot long enough. Muzzle control has saved many a life from an accidental di...
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