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Anticipation

Started this discussion. Last reply by D.J. Jul 21, 2013. 2 Replies

"Anticipation is the best form of pleasure. See what does happen to you will in time invariably fade away into memory loosing its luster, but what never happens to you will never dim." Continue

A Man's E.D.C. (everyday carry)

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Jul 13, 2013. 26 Replies

I remember when I was a young boy I loved sitting on the banks of the local river with my Dad, Grandpa, and a couple of fishing poles. My Dad and Grandpa taught me many lessons on that bank. Lessons…Continue

just funny EMS stuff

Started this discussion. Last reply by JonEdanger Jul 7, 2013. 9 Replies

posted on craigslist a while back, just had to share it with everyone here. It's true, and hilarious at the same time. Dear West Los Angeles:I am your mostly-friendly, only-slightly bitter, humble…Continue

 

I hunt the things that go bump in the night...

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Knife Collectors & Users

Looking for a safe place to talk knives and not feel like a social outcast, then join us here at Knife Collectors & Users. We just like knives- current productions, antique, custom & tacticals- really anything with a blade.See More
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Everyday Carry

A group to discuss those objects we carry every day, and the balance between utility, effectiveness, and sentimentality.
Jan 18, 2014
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Sep 4, 2013
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"Whoa. I didn't realize how much the bersa looked like a Walther PPK/S.  Uncanny. "
Jul 25, 2013
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Jul 25, 2013
D.J. replied to Sheepdog's discussion Anticipation
"Seems to be a derivative of something Flaubert once said. "
Jul 21, 2013
Tyler M. replied to Sheepdog's discussion Anticipation
"Source?"
Jul 21, 2013
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Anticipation

"Anticipation is the best form of pleasure. See what does happen to you will in time invariably fade away into memory loosing its luster, but what never happens to you will never dim." See More
Jul 21, 2013
Sheepdog posted a status
"Sometimes I swear, I am the unwilling king of subtext. I really do not mean to be but I'm afraid it is a default for me."
Jul 18, 2013
J. D. replied to Sheepdog's discussion Yes Sir,
"I find this analysis to be grosely over-simplified and deeply flawed for a whole lot of reasons.  First, the institution of sports, those who enjoy it, and what the players and coaches are paid doesn't necessarily reflecct the values of…"
Jul 15, 2013
David replied to Sheepdog's discussion A Man's E.D.C. (everyday carry)
"My EDC: Pocket knife Keys Wallet Iphone 4S Moleskin Pen Ruger .380 LCP"
Jul 13, 2013
Johann Mattes replied to Sheepdog's discussion A Man's E.D.C. (everyday carry)
"http://t1.ftcdn.net/jpg/00/43/38/08/400_F_43380816_zf223XFWG9kludGWhfYjrMw684wRglLV.jpg This is how you carry them. Half concealed in a special pocket."
Jul 11, 2013
Carl Monster replied to Sheepdog's discussion A Man's E.D.C. (everyday carry)
"I had relatives born there, long dead now. Don't remember any of them carrying knives, but who knows? Maybe they were concealed carry."
Jul 10, 2013
Neill replied to Sheepdog's discussion A Man's E.D.C. (everyday carry)
"My EDC consists of Wallet - money, cards, metal knife- screwdriver-hex-bottle opener tool Phone car keys - house, car, bottle opener, 16 gb usb "
Jul 10, 2013
Tim replied to Sheepdog's discussion A Man's E.D.C. (everyday carry)
"My Nexus 4.Yes, that's all... well unless I'm driving, which my keys have a multitool and 16gb flash drive attached to them.  When it comes to wallet, that's part of my phone case."
Jul 10, 2013

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working on my ambulance,shooting, working as a volly at the fire dept., and being the best Dad I can be
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country, southern rock, rock

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At 12:37am on June 25, 2013, Larry said…

Welcome, Sheepdog!  I'm encouraged by your desire to (quote) "be the best dad (you) can be"!  If you want that, you'll most likely achieve that goal!

At 2:33pm on June 20, 2013, Fred S Davenport, Jr said…

So glad to have you here, man!

 
 
 

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