Jack Neulist
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In case you needed a laugh. . .

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ken Anon Feb 10, 2011. 12 Replies

Got this in an email from a buddy. Had me laughing all day. The following is supposedly a REAL personal add from the Savannah Tribune: "To the guy who tried to mug me in downtown night before last.…Continue

Tags: mugging, revenge, humor, crime, .45

Finding creative ways to lose my hard earned money. . .

Started this discussion. Last reply by Will Jan 28, 2011. 15 Replies

I'm going to try to put this in a way that doesn't make me sound like a totally ignorant hayseed or overly optimistic child. Hopefully. I have the urge to get into the stock market. I'll be enjoying…Continue

Tags: investment, trading, investing, finances, stock

AM I SEEING THINGS?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Margie Jan 17, 2011. 61 Replies

I've had a pretty weird week. To calm down after yesterdays foofera, I headed up to the mountains with a couple buddies to go shooting. One of them, an Easterner, brought his camera. He took some…Continue

I suffered a home invasion this morning...

Started this discussion. Last reply by x Jan 8, 2011. 21 Replies

No, I wasn't robbed. Just humiliated. As I was having breakfast this morning round six, I heard a crash come from my upstairs landing, followed by a sound I never expected to hear in my house: a…Continue

 

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Pale Horse replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Best Southern General of the Civil War? in the group Armchair Generals
"I would like to apologize to Noah Webster, and all the other architects of the English language. And yes, the analogy is poor."
Oct 2
Vytautas replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Best Southern General of the Civil War? in the group Armchair Generals
"That's a very poor analogy and you use way too many double negatives.  Regardless of intentions or marksmanship or a disease (caused by small arms fire wound), outcome is what matters. Either the proper recognition procedures weren't…"
Oct 2
Pale Horse replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Best Southern General of the Civil War? in the group Armchair Generals
"If I'm not mistaken, Jackson rode into the camp at night. They probably had some jittery kid keeping watch. I highly doubt it wasn't intentional, because unless the sentry wasn't a good shot, he wouldn't have been shot in the…"
Oct 2
Vytautas replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Best Southern General of the Civil War? in the group Armchair Generals
"No, honestly. Shooting your own commanding officer, and not just that but the head honcho, the big cheese, a huge asset to the southern rebellion. An asset so valuable that the quality of leadership went down simply due to the death of one man out…"
Oct 2
Karl Helweg replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Finding the "Old Ones": Who really settled North America first? in the group History Buffs
"http://www.sitemason.com/files/lotmCs/Volume2Issue2.pdf This journal has an interesting article about Clovis artifacts found near Nashville that I do not see much mention of in other Clovis accounts. "
Sep 24
Pale Horse replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Best Southern General of the Civil War? in the group Armchair Generals
"I hope you are just trolling..."
Sep 10
Vytautas replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Best Southern General of the Civil War? in the group Armchair Generals
"He had troops so disciplined that they accidentally shot him! With friends like that, who needs enemies?"
Sep 10
Edward Longshanks replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Finding the "Old Ones": Who really settled North America first? in the group History Buffs
"I heard that people migrated to the Americas from Siberia during the Ice Age"
Aug 29
Karl Helweg replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Finding the "Old Ones": Who really settled North America first? in the group History Buffs
"I have not read this L'Amour novel.  I am curious how the old ones tie into the story. Dorset:  "Hobbits of the Arctic"…"
Aug 29
James Broaddus replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Finding the "Old Ones": Who really settled North America first? in the group History Buffs
"By any chance, have you read Louis L'Amour's "The Lonesome Gods"? A large part of it relates to the "Old Ones" http://www.amazon.com/The-Lonesome-Gods-Louis-LAmour/dp/0553275186"
Aug 28
Satanist Dan replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Finding the "Old Ones": Who really settled North America first? in the group History Buffs
"Looks just like an Siberian to me."
Aug 26
Karl Helweg replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Finding the "Old Ones": Who really settled North America first? in the group History Buffs
"http://www2.canada.com/story.html?id=6351335  An interesting article about finding a rare BIG Pleistocene horse skull in the Yukon.  Most prehistoric horses were barely small pony sized while this horse was plenty big enough for…"
Aug 20
Pale Horse replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Best Southern General of the Civil War? in the group Armchair Generals
"Stonewall for sure. His army was the blight of the Union."
Aug 18
Joshua Felton Mathews replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Looking for Good Places to Camp in Colorado in the group AOM Colorado
"Pike National Forest is great....  But i'd really recommend somewhere out in Gunnison or on the Grand Mesa or Glenwood.  Great places.   "
Aug 7
Karl Helweg replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Finding the "Old Ones": Who really settled North America first? in the group History Buffs
"http://hoyonegro.org/ Now dubbed Princess Naia. "
Jul 22
Satanist Dan replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Finding the "Old Ones": Who really settled North America first? in the group History Buffs
"For the sake of history, it's a footnote. Nothing special. The Current Europeans took Europe from the Indo Europeans who took it from the Nearanderthals. Europid peoples spread from North Africa to Siberia and now during the Ice Age populated…"
Jul 21
Karl Helweg replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Finding the "Old Ones": Who really settled North America first? in the group History Buffs
Jul 5
Edward Longshanks replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Finding the "Old Ones": Who really settled North America first? in the group History Buffs
"I've heard that there's archaeological evidence that Vikings settles in Newfoundland, what is now L'anx Aux Meadows"
May 29
Karl Helweg replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Finding the "Old Ones": Who really settled North America first? in the group History Buffs
May 15
Karl Helweg replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Finding the "Old Ones": Who really settled North America first? in the group History Buffs
Apr 28

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Age is Not Mandatory to Possess Common Sense

Posted on August 29, 2010 at 1:04am 6 Comments

Lately, I've noticed a trend starting on this site, especially amongst the older. . .achem. . . I meant more EXPERIENCED. . . gentlemen. It's nothing that doesn't go on in normal society, but it's relatively new here. I'm speaking of the tendency to dismiss, even deride, the opinions of us young bucks based purely upon our age.



Surely, there's a lot of younger men and boys on here who are what my granddad used to call "broadcasters without sponsors", but age is not the only… Continue

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At 5:42pm on April 28, 2011, Karl Helweg said…

It stumped my wife too but I found this:

 

Material evidence of possible contact

A team of academics headed by the University of York's Mummy Research Group and BioArch,[12] while examining a Peruvian mummy at the Bolton Museum, found it had been embalmed using a tree resin. Before this it was thought that Peruvian mummies were naturally preserved. The resin, found to be that of an araucarian conifer related to the 'monkey puzzle tree', was from a variety found only in Oceania and probably New Guinea. "Radiocarbon dating of both the resin and body by the University of Oxford's radiocarbon laboratory confirmed they were essentially contemporary, and date to around CE1200."[13]

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pre-Columbian_trans-oceanic_contact

 

While looking I found this article too:

 

http://agutie.homestead.com/files/world_news_map/mummy_tattoos_found_peru.html
At 3:24pm on March 23, 2011, Penelope said…
What was the name of that deli near the cathedral, again?
At 12:47am on January 30, 2011, Paul said…

Yeah, the coyotes around here are enormous. No one hunts them and the land I'm moving onto hasn't been hunted on in close to 15 years, so they are fat and healthy. I've got an AR, I didn't know if it was too much gun though.

 

I'll try and work with the .22, but I really want to stay as humane as possible. And if I can salvage the hide, that's just a bonus. It's mostly for varmint control, I don't want them going after my older dog or sister. 

At 11:13pm on January 29, 2011, Paul said…
What would you recommend as a good coyote rifle?
At 11:21am on January 14, 2011, t-train said…
Welcome to Armchair Generals!  Its nice to have you onboard.
At 12:53am on January 8, 2011, Will said…
Welcome to friend-ship with me, Jack. Looking at your posts I'm impressed by their wisdom.
At 8:56am on August 26, 2010, John Clanton said…
All sarcasm aside, your post in the dressed/read page was superb.
At 11:06am on January 7, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Alright! Pleasure to have you in The Great Debate. Welcome.
At 9:06pm on January 6, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hi there Jack. Welcome to AoM. Also, thought I'd give you a friendly invite to check out my new group The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you aboard.
At 7:24pm on January 6, 2010, Brett McKay said…
Welcome to the community, Jack!
 
 
 

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