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11 years ago
slimey
TRICKIE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I like to hike in this area where I see tons of > people fishing. It is called Thompson Wildlife > area You can Google for the directions. It's > near a place where you can pick apples too. > > Trickie Love the Thompson! Good fishing and great hunting too. I hunt there nearly ever year during the de
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11 years ago
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TheMeeper Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Kid Wrote: > >> i dont get how any of you all can say anythin > negative about soldiers.. > > FWIW, I'm not saying anything negative about > soldiers. My dad's a Viet Nam vet, and so are 2 > of my uncles. And two other uncles fought in the > Korean War. I've been around war vets my whole &
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11 years ago
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Neen Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Because politicians don't give a rat's butt about > infrastructure, bridges collapse, levies break, > because putting money into those things isn't > something pols can brag about. Neen, once again you hit the nail right on the head. I couldnt have said it better myself. The status quo would rather wait until a dis
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11 years ago
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As if commuters don't have enough to contend with, now this. Article published Apr 18, 2008 Beware the commuter tax April 18, 2008 THE WASHINGTON TIMES EDITORIAL - The recent clean air bill introduced by D.C. Council members Jim Graham and Phil Mendelson should be called what it really is: a proposal for a de facto commuter tax. The "Department of Transportation Clean Air Compliance Fee Act
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11 years ago
slimey
Found this one on YouTube. They have lots more, but this is basic stuff. http://youtube.com/watch?v=RJRn5I7lF5g&feature=related
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11 years ago
slimey
fairfaxian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > yes, i've been watching the message boards...seems > its just about time for them to pop, especially > after the rain of the last few days. > > I've located a few "high probability spots" that > i'll spend time looking in--going out today for a > walk/hunt! > > Slimey--what kind of terrain, tr
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11 years ago
slimey
I love to hunt morels and there are plenty of them in Fairfax if you just know where to look. My "secret" hunting ground is passed by thousands of cars every day. If you havent had them, too bad. They are especially good with a t-bone (with lots of fat!) right off the grill. This website has a Virginia message board: http://www.morels.com/
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11 years ago
slimey
Squabbles aside, thank you all for your comments. After all considered, I think its time to end this program and let private enterprise take over. ConMan cant "manage" to find his behind with both hands anyway. Thanks again folks.
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11 years ago
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I have mixed feelings about this. Anyone care to comment on this one? Local Fairfax surpasses private owners as largest landlord, county data show William C. Flook, The Examiner 2008-03-26 07:00:00.0 Current rank: # 22 of 8,077 WASHINGTON - Fairfax County’s push to maintain its affordable housing stock has propelled it past the private sector as the largest landlord in the county, a revelat
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11 years ago
slimey
Sounds like a winner to me. Thanks for the post. Ill try my best to attend.
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11 years ago
slimey
Tonight, my wife and daughter went out for some "power shopping" and left me alone for the first time in about 6 months. I didnt feel like cooking and decided to walk for about 10 minutes and have a bite at the 29 Diner on Rt. 50 just off Chain Bridge in Fairfax City. Its been five years since my last visit and I was impressed. First of all, this establishment seems to have a handle on the "re
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11 years ago
slimey
TheMeeper Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > slimey Wrote: > > When I say "Northeastern Yankee Liberals" Im > usually referring to to our current" power elite" > in FFx County. > > So in other words you are referring to people who > live here in Virginia. > > Is that correct? Not completly. They may live in Virginia, but would rather
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11 years ago
slimey
TheMeeper Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Take a Stand Wrote: > > So if your from the North you cant be a hunter > or understand gun ownership and wildlife > management. > > It's a completely absurd claim that Slimey is > making. He should take a trip up to rural PA > sometime where I grew up, there's probably double > the number o
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11 years ago
slimey
jeicen Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I see many hunters try to hunt deer with > overpowered equipment but in your case, bow > hunting is something I can respect. Personally I > do not see a need for hunting but I suppose if you > intend to eat the animal or use its skin for > something then it's fine. > > Many people are scared of firea
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11 years ago
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Found it! You were right ITRADE. I stand corrected. (I still wouldnt want to be downrange from one) 50 Caliber Specs. Bore diameter: .50 inches (12.7mm) Maximum effective range: 7,450 yards (That's 75 football fields laid end-to-end) Maximum Range: 4.22 miles Penetration: The most regularly used round of .50 caliber ammunition is called the "ball." According to the U.S. Army, ball ammunition
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11 years ago
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Well...that was my own "guestimation". It would depend on bullet weight, wind, other factors. 30'-06 has range of about 7-8 miles so I figgerd probably more for .50. Havent looked at a ballistics table on that round and its been a few years since I read the "Guns & Ammo" articles. Will look it up later.
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11 years ago
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I believe 2500 yds is the "effective" range, so actual range could be 10 miles maybe. Love those rifles, but at that price I'd have to get a job to pay for it. Also would need a place to shoot that has plenty of space. Heard that ammo is $4.50-$5.00 PER ROUND! Here's a peek at the mfgr: http://www.barrettrifles.com/rifle_82.aspx
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11 years ago
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I found a photo of Kaine and Conolly discussing the matter. Hope this settles it once and for all. http://1stinfoproducts.com/jokes/yoga2.jpg
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11 years ago
slimey
Great photo! (nice gun too) I believe its a .50 cal Barrett. YouTube has some great clips on its (the rifles) performance. Why didnt they have women like that in my old outfit?
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11 years ago
slimey
Vince Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What a false sence of security/control your guns > must give you. Its not a "false sence of security/control". Its very real. Security is having superior firepower.
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11 years ago
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Militia more narrowly defined: http://www.constitution.org/mil/mil_act_1792.htm For those who are unable to distinguish the difference between "Militia" and the "National Guard", you can Google "National Guard Act". I hope you will also consider that neither of these laws have been repealed.
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11 years ago
slimey
When news of the Va Tech shootings hit the media my wife and I were quite shaken by the events. Our daughter, a freshman, was safe. Later that evening I remember telling my wife that "Tomorrow morning, Sarah Brady's bunch (Violence Policy Center) will be out recruiting in Fairfax and Arlington. I was right on the money with that one. VPC gets most of its funding from billionaire "philanthropers"
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11 years ago
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Pardon my cynicism, but it looks like an albatross in the works to me. I can understand why some would be willing to pay the toll in order to make more $$$$. (I have a friend who is a food wholesaler that averages about 500 miles per week on his car) I for one, as a retiree, have no need or desire to pay any additional tolls. Everyday bureaucrats on the way to work arent going to ride the HOT lan
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11 years ago
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bus driver Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Was on last night in Fairfax County! (therefore, > this is on topic) > > Insp. Callahan: I know what you're thinking. "Did > he fire six shots or only five?" Well, to tell you > the truth, in all this excitement I kind of lost > track myself. But being as this is a .44 Magnum, > the most powerful
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11 years ago
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WashingToneLocian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Lurker.. Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Thanks for the reminder. > > > > I forgot evrybody in No Va is suppose to buy > bread > > in case we get snowed in for a day. > > > What is it with that anyway? One time I was in a >
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11 years ago
slimey
This project is a total waste of money. Then again, I have an "attitude" as a result of having lived one block off Columbia Pike, near Four Mile Run, for 20 years. If the local bus services arent adequate, then they need to add more buses. The additional operating/administrative costs required for this project are just downright unnecessary. I rode a Metro bus down Col. Pike every day to Consti
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11 years ago
slimey
Ill watch it if there is nudity and violence. Must have at least an MA rating.
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11 years ago
slimey
Gravis Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Waldo Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > Do they have any historical ties to this area? > > Where there any Indians in whats today DC? Any > > Indian reservations within driving distance in > the > > area i can visit? Just curious, thanks. > >
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11 years ago
slimey
You will need a producer, director, camera operators, sound technician, etc. The more the merrier. Then there is the "talent" (the folks actually in front of the camera during shoots.) You will need a script. The more planning the better. Get ready for some hard work. If you plan well, work well, and pay attention to details (and no, I dont mean de-Tails!) you can have a very high quality and re
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11 years ago
slimey
August, 2000, Slimey moves from Arlington to Fairfax to escape hordes of illegals in his neighborhood. They follow him.
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