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Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by wabash, Jan 10, 2001.

  1. MinervaDoe

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    Okay, so let's say we make a silver bullet. If the velocity is too high, then it will "lead" our bore (clouds can have silver linings, but it is bad for gun barrels).
    So, naturally, we need to analyze if we want to jacket this silver bullet. Will the jacket negate the silver's magic qualities if we run into a werewolf? Should we have the soft silver tip exposed, and jacket the rest?
    What would the lone ranger say? ... Lon Cheney Jr?
     
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  2. ChuteTheMall

    ChuteTheMall Wallbuilder and Weapon Bearer

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    "Hi-yo Silver!"



    "Aaoooooo!" (to the Queen).

    :alex:

    ...and his hair was perfect.
     

  3. samurairabbi

    samurairabbi Dungeon Schmuck

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    ... but then, the Monty Python Knights figured THEIR cute bunny rabbit would be no problem! If they hadn't had the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch, they would have been up a creek.
     
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    ... and, I understood that. May I pass through the checkpoint now?
     
  5. VN350X10

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    Lets see now...

    Kryptonite core
    Hollow point
    Garlic filling
    Silver jacket

    That ought to about cover things....
     
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    Don't forget a drop of siver under the garlic in case of weirwolves ! :whistling:

    OOPs... Did not see your above post... Oh well, At least I know i can still think half straight. Ha. I would suggest a drop of pigs blood for the sand box folks though ! ;)











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  7. _The_Shadow

    _The_Shadow Ret. Fireman

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    With all of this mention of Pigs, Bunnies and Garlic we might as well add in some onions, celrey, potatoes, carrots, carefully seasoned and make a stew...Quick grab a large pot! I like all animals with gravy and rice or potatoes! :)
     
  8. ChuteTheMall

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    Don't forget the anchovies!:fishing:
     
  9. samurairabbi

    samurairabbi Dungeon Schmuck

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    PLEASE forget the anchovies!
     
  10. ChuteTheMall

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    [​IMG]

    [bogart]"Here's lookin' at you, kid"[/bogart]
     
  11. CanyonMan

    CanyonMan In The Saddle

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    :rofl:


    Habenero's bro.... Habenero's. The seasoning of the great south west ! :wow: :wow:




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  12. VN350X10

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    Mince the garlic into a paste with the pig's blood ?
     
  13. ChuteTheMall

    ChuteTheMall Wallbuilder and Weapon Bearer

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    That ain't kosher.
     
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    Neither am I....I'm not asking Rabbi to do it.There are enough of us that we can cover him !




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    Neither am I....I'm not asking Rabbi to do it.There are enough of us that we can cover him !:wavey:




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    computer didit again!
     
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    Already have the logistics of the situation covered, Unkle.

    An old story from early in the 20th century: The parents of Jewish kids in the New York City public schools would ensure that soap made from NON-pigfat sources was available in all the schools. That way, the kosher rules would not be broken if a teacher had to wash a wise-guy Jewish kid's mouth out with soap!
     
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    Could you just hear the outcry if something like that happened NOW ???
    First ones involved would probably be the EPA !
     
  20. samurairabbi

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    The Jewish experience in America has a few salient points:

    - The Jewish immigrants were lucky enough to catch the big-city public schools at their peak of quality.

    - The old-fashioned "learning-by-rote" method, now heavily discredited, did in fact have a lot going for it.

    - We were lucky enough to be able to "organize" ourselves, rather than the current method of depending on outside sources to step in to "organize" us.

    - In life, as in surgery, knowing what to cut away and what to leave can be trickey; it is entirely too easy to cut too deep.