"First: A well stocked Bug-Out-Bagas far as weapons:
both are sturdy with easy upkeep and repair. the caliber is less common then some but easy to reload. The both use the same rounds which makes life easy.
"To go another way with the idea of ‘manliness,’ I would also throw out Mike Grell’s Jon Sable, Freelance. He was a big game hunter who wrote children’s books by day and avenged crime (for a profit) by night. Sort of an…"
"That's great. I'm a workout bug, too. Exercise is so important. I'm 54 - I took up yoga two years ago and if I knew then what I know now, I'd have taken it up 30 years ago. I can't believe how good it…"
"White tie and tails (according to Mitt Romney what he and the wife wear around the house for daily wear) might be the ticket, but I would prefer to be launched into eternity being comfortable; either brogues, wool hose, tweed breeches, tattersall…"
"I say dear chaps, tweed would be the proper attire. A Northfolk jacket, fighting trousers or plus fours according to taste. Wollen shirt for those of us situated in the Northern Hemisphere. Herrings boots and a deerstalker to, litterary, top it of.…"
"I do think so, yes. At least if they are properly cleaned. The good man should have had it with sand by now.
The problem with the name is that if call the new one the last one we'll have to rewrite all the books and the little notices in…"
"I say. I hadn't thought of the possibility of putting on a dinner for the Lamb of the World. That means that the last Last Supper would now be the Next-To-The-Last Supper, wouldn't it, and the New Last Supper would be, perhaps,…"
"In evening attire at least you would be well dressed for either becoming dinner (in the event of a zombie apocalypse, or hosting the second last supper in case Mr. Beardy decides to show up again, old bean.
I think I'd have to go for the good…"
Curt, Sir, I like the bumbershoot and the Derby or Bowler , I also have a derby. I am a walking stick man myself. And prefer my belcrown to the Derby...but I wear both...Black Thorn and english walking sticks are my favorites...Chaplain Dan
My dear chap, think nothing of it, charmed and delighted to "be on each other's lists." I see your household has an abundant supply of four footed minions; ours as well. At present three cats, and a Gypsy Vanner horse (not in the house you know, simply not done.)
"If the congregation doesn't think that pastors have their own problems, then that's an issue with the congregation, not the pastor.
From what I gather, much loneliness for pastors comes from the problems created by being both close friend…"
"I would imagine a big problem would be that your foibles will be front-page news on the gossip circuit. But: do people really expect perfection?
Maybe some sort of confidential group? In such a case, with everyone's foibles on…"