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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Eric, Jan 12, 2011.
Aww Lone_Wolfe, one of the people I've come to love on here. Long live Glock Talk.
I am at the Tulsa gun show. Will be 67 in 20 years if God is willing. I hope we have gun shows in 20 years, but I would not bet on it. Got my 6 year old girl a Henry "mare's leg" .22 for now and a nice 20 gauge double for later. Maybe pick up something for Me tomorrow. Take care and shoot straight.
I figure it's time I got in on this thread.
Is it still considered fashionably late at this point?
Anyway, for the record, I owned a Bravia before it got famous.
Updates as warranted.
20 years from now, holy crap. I'll be 47. Currently never been married, no kids. I'm doing great!
not to be depressing but in 20 years the 2A prob wont be around anymore,
i hope i am wrong,
im 25 getting married on june 23 2012
hope the RKBA is still around but with things going downhill it will be gone.
From my cold dead hands
Today I'm carrying a G27 Gen 4. In 20 years maybe I'll be carrying a g27 gen 6 who knows. I know I love the outdoors, like my job, love my dog, and love my soon to be wife. Hopefully in 20 years that will all still be true.
It's been almost a year and a half since I first posted in this thread!
Son and I went hunting for the first time last fall, and plan on doing a lot more. We haven't gotten anything yet, but having a great time. Hopefully in 20 years hunting will still be legal.
heck, I just hope that I'm still here in 20years. If so, I will probably be reading this on the halogram network and shopin for a green lazer pistol.
Hmmm 20 years from now .....Will there be a 2nd ammendment or any firearms left in civilian hands? Will this have started a civil war in the U.S.?
Will this site still be here? ...I hope so.
I was thinking, i need to get off my lazy ***** and enjoy the outdoors more...
A staunch Patriot died yesterday, September 11, 2012
Somehow the date seems appropriate if he had to go.
Rest in Peace, Jeff Abshire
Heaven needed another angel, so the took the very best.
Rest well, Jeff, you are loved by many, and will be missed by all who were lucky enough to know you. Kind, gentle souls like you are a rare find.
Here's another thing I want to show# It's GT's policy to change the person's User Title to read 'deceased' if they get notification of that fact# But I was disappointed to see Jeff's Charter Membership removed, so I took a screenshot of his very last post here on GT# I wanted to show that not only was he a Patriot, a great guy, but he also contributed to the forum that he got so much out of...
May he rest in peace.
Je 56 ans. VT
In 2012, it was finally determined that .45 > 10mm. The caliber wars have ended.
No, you wrote it down backwards. For posterity it was 10mm>.45.
This is why we we can't have anything nice.
Let's see. In twenty years I'll be 93. My grandfather lived to 99. My father lived to middle 90's. I am going to see this thread just out of cussedness and spite. I'll still have a gun near me and relish in the fact that my XSIL and his brother will be long dead.
I fully intend to be in control of my faculties and rational. I may have to pee every 10 minutes, but I'll know about it.
Thanks for the memories.
p.s. If I am dead, never mind.
20 years ill be 42. Not a caliber age, damn, im planning to buy a gun in the caliber of my age each year i can....
He started it!