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Posted:2/1/2015 9:07:30 AM
I would say that most people are caught off guard by paranormal events and just plain forget about their phones while running and screaming.

Posted:2/1/2015 9:04:52 AM
If you like that story wait until my new book, "Pithole, where the devil danced" is released sometime soon.

Posted:1/31/2015 3:04:18 PM
Well CGB, I must respect your right to your opinion, but I must bring to your attention that 100% of people who don't have guns when confronted by criminals call someone who has a gun for help. It takes time for those people to respond, time that finds the victim lying on the floor bleeding, his family getting raped and murdered and his possessions stolen. I truly hope you never have such an unfortunate thing happen to you.

Posted:1/29/2015 11:16:20 AM
That's amazing! I was shooting a rifle at age four. I can still put 3 out of 3 in the bullseye at a hundred yards with open sights. But that is a very good reason why the US is rarely invaded.
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Posted:1/25/2015 12:08:04 PM
Now you know where they got the idea, lol.

Posted:1/24/2015 12:36:37 PM
More bullets is more like it, I can only shoot two guns at the same time. Got back-ups also just in case.

Posted:1/24/2015 12:32:09 PM
I like fb. I guess I get a better quality of posts than other people. I just ignore all the religious propaganda and pictures of pets, bad selfies, and strange foods. Sometimes I even post something.

Posted:1/18/2015 11:10:26 PM
Thank you Ox6, ideas like genetic traits tend to skip generations. In my time in the sun the ideas of "peace" and "make love not war" were the mantra. The "me" generation somehow ignored all that. In talking to the young people this past weekend, (I forgot how much kids can drink, oi, me head) I caught phrases of civil rehabilation. Level headed ideas that would lead to change in our preceptions of ourselves and an end to religious domination of the under-educated. I was thrilled. They were perplexed that the same old dogma was being taught to them. But in this marvelous age of mass communication and the free sharing of ideas they might have a chance.

Posted:1/18/2015 9:30:30 AM
Maybe they are trying the "philadelphia experiment" again.

Posted:1/17/2015 2:00:36 PM
That's a sad topic. However, I think you may be a wee bit wrong. With every generation all things are possible. Will the young people rise to their occasion. I believe so. My oldest grandson was accepted at college this past week against all odds. I see a bright future in his eager eyes. He does not fear the insanity of our present world condidtion, he wishes to heal it. Godspeed.