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  1. 9 points
    Karen got Syphilis yesterday but won't know for 21 days. Karen gets flirty and infects 10 more people. Karen be a Ho.
  2. 6 points
    Funco just finished my new car. Super stoked on how it turned out. Just gotta show it off since I can’t use it for a few months. KATG did a custom body that turned out amazing.
  3. 6 points
  4. 6 points
    Woke up to snow unexpectedly yesterday. Took the day off and started the weekend early to play with kids. Snow was all pretty much gone by 2:30 as it ended up being a 65* day. Later in the day my oldest two wanted to go hiking to scout for turkey opener today. They did awesome, 4.8 mile hike. My boy found a deer carcass he wanted to add to his “bone yard” at grandmas. He hauled it 2 miles. Impressed
  5. 5 points
    Valid points by most here (not all) I'm no lemming but we are adhering to the recommendations. I'm a pretty simple but optimistic guy. Yes , it sucks , I miss my friends and really miss my Grand Kids tremendously. The overreaction by the government may be just that but if we stand a chance of recovering economically we need to stay the course.
  6. 5 points
    This will be my first attempt at summer sausage. Made it with pork, venison, and lots of jalapeño and cheddar. The finished product. Did I say lots of jalapeños? Nice bite to it.
  7. 4 points
    With all of these conspiracy theories going around, I was wondering if any of you heard about the crazy one where our Government is actually trying to use social distancing so that there isn't an initial, massive spike in cases that overwhelms the hospitals? I know it sounds crazy, but they say that given a little extra time, we can manufacture more equipment that will help save lives as well as developing a possible vaccination that will prevent many from getting it in the first place. Now bear with me cause I know it sounds nuts, but this particular conspiracy says that there actually isn't an ulterior motive behind our government officials (you know, the branch of our government that is basically divided 50% on all issues and virtually never agrees on anything, yet some would like us to believe that they all agreed to figured out a plan to kill hundreds of thousands of fellow Americans so that they could ( insert conspiracy of the day here )
  8. 4 points
    Beware Limitations of Freedom Imposed to Battle Coronavirus Chad Savage The drastic measures elected and unelected officials are taking to stem coronavirus (COVID-19) contagion reached new heights when President Trump invoked the Defense Production Act on March 18, 2020. The Korean War–era law grants the executive branch emergency powers to require American companies to increase production to combat shortages. Meanwhile, at the state level, governors have prohibited people from making purchases by closing bars, restaurants, spas, and salons. Officials speculate the pandemic may overwhelm our limited medical resources. But as long as their data remains woefully incomplete, we must remember Newton’s Third Law of Physics: “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” The draconian restrictions officials are imposing could spark an economic catastrophe more disruptive to American life than the coronavirus itself. So, officials should restrain themselves from depriving people of their freedom to transact unless or until irrefutably necessary. Imagine if I told you that, by taking a drastic action, we could prevent tens of thousands of deaths and hundreds of thousands of hospitalizations every single year. Would you deem that a worthy intervention? The reflexive reaction is, of course, “Yes.” However, if I told you that action was outlawing all motor vehicles so we could eliminate motor vehicle accidents, then you may rapidly change your mind. You may decide that the benefits of driving justify the risks, and you would be correct. That is little consolation to someone who has lost a loved one to a motor vehicle accident. But even those who suffer that loss rarely respond by never driving again. They have instinctively made the internal calculation that the benefits far exceed the risks. We are in an analogous situation with COVID-19. The government has taken extreme, desperate measures to slow the virus’s spread, but in doing so has functionally shut down large segments of our economy. That choice has ramifications. People live and die based on a functioning economy. This is not merely a money argument; it’s a people argument. The movement and exchange of goods and services brings us food, educates our children, builds our homes, and keeps us safe. A healthy economy, in many regards, implies we are living our lives. But our lives have been brought to a screeching halt by interventions to slow COVID-19. Like the hypothetical elimination of motor vehicles proposed above, there is a tipping point where the disruption is so profound, and the consequences of the disruption so severe, that the treatment is worse than the disease. Further confounding the situation is that governments are acting on models that replicate the spread of infection, but not the effects of their draconian measures on the economy. Even worse, statistics about COVID-19 currently available are unreliable. Based on these flawed numbers, the absolute number of deathsglobally from COVID-19—in a world of nearly 8 billion people—are actually quite small. Anecdotal reports coming out of Italy and other places counter these numbers, though, suggesting far worse casualties are possible. Because our data on COVID-19 is so incomplete, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is placed in a classic Cornelian dilemma. He is in a no-win situation. If his interventions succeed and the pandemic is nowhere near as severe as expected, people will scoff and complain that he overreacted. Alternatively, if the infection runs rampant, people will ask why he didn’t do more. So, what is the right answer? That’s hard to know, but a wrong answer is easier to identify. If it is clearly right for officials to impose restrictions when the lack thereof would irrefutably encourage the spread of COVID-19, then it is clearly wrong for them to restrict freedom except when doing so would irrefutably discourage the spread of COVID-19. I’m not declaring invalid every harsh measure the federal and state governments take against liberty to contain COVID-19. But we should not long confer god-like powers of life and death on officials who lack god-like knowledge. And facing any uncertainty, those officials should err on the side of liberty.
  9. 4 points
    I saw MWB point out on Facebook all the jerkoffs posting pictures from the hills, in crowds and such. Good work retards. I'm sure someone called in complaints.
  10. 4 points
    Really what don't people get, It's easy to understand.
  11. 4 points
    Went to Glamis and practiced proper social distancing with the return to the dunes for Osoto. Great rides and awesome times with Hozay and Family and Osoto.
  12. 4 points
    having Sunday lunch with 1/2 of my grandkids, next is our in house Sunday school class. we actually did a whole church service at home.
  13. 3 points
    Bergaras 6.5 HMR and BMP .308 Vortex PST gen2 and Zeiss Conquest V4
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  15. 3 points
    Oh man I bet @Rockwood, @tjZ06, and @socaldmax are gonna have a 3 page discussion on this. Thanks for posting I need something to read and learn today.
  16. 3 points
    We did a huge Loop today from wash 13 and it was Eerie to see Gecko and especially Roadrunner empty. Hardly anyone in the place but a few campers scattered in the washes. I say if you can do it safely getting your fuel and food get out of town and do it. This is the best time of year out here and why not socially distance yourself here instead of in your house. The flowers blooming every where are beautiful right now. And thousands of butterflies we're flying yesterday.
  17. 3 points
    First off the numbers are being spread by the Press....so we know we can't believe them. I mean if it was really as bad as they say, would CBS have had to use a photo of an Italian hospital instead of one in New York? The stories of people dying from this leave out all kinds of information of their prior conditions. Nobody will say if these people had got hit by the flu bug if they would die as well? I don't think people know how badly this is hurting the economy. We are going into a Depression...not a recession. It is going to be really, really bad with 47 million people out of work and no jobs. The public shaming of people who just don't believe everything the press says is astounding. This information is coming from the same people who said that the ICE caps would be gone 10 years ago. I'm sure this is a horrible virus and people will die, I just don't think it is worth destroying our way of life.
  18. 3 points
    To doubt this shit even one bit is straight ignorance!
  19. 3 points
    Taking the edge off in troubling times. afternoon relaxation mix. Before my friend Ron died in dec. he bought me a few bottles of whiskey in an attempt to get me to quit drinking rockstar vodkas. The current events are times that make me especially think of and miss Ron. We had lot of conversations over the years of helping each other and what we had and would do if “sh*t hit the fan”. Many new favorite is Pendleton and Pepsi. Nice Carmel flavor.
  20. 3 points
    Ask the people of New York if they think all this is stupid or all the medical professionals in New York. Only reason Gecko is closed is because it is considered an improved camping area. BLM closed all improved camping areas nationwide.
  21. 3 points
    Wifey request this morning. I'm the dedicated pie maker in our home. Pecan Sunday!
  22. 3 points
    Started a tritip in the crockpot this morning. Did lots of laundry, hung with the kids. When the wife got home from work i snuck out and did some turkey hunting. Lots of sign, lots of gobbling, no takers. Here kitty kitty kitty. Not what you wanna see in an archery only area. No backup pistol allowed.
  23. 3 points
    Shaved my head this morning since the barber is closed. We made a trip to Costco and was able to get some toilet paper since we were almost out. That was cool. Worked on the Front yard. Finished my wall. Finished my drip system. Back-filled more sprinklers and dug for more irrigation on the slope. Enjoyed a walk with the wife and my babygirl. Cleaned some guns. It’s turning out to be a nice weekend. Be safe fellas.
  24. 3 points
  25. 3 points
    Hung out on parker strip with some close friends.
  26. 3 points
    Plus sneaking some fireball... have a old drinking buddy that is no longer with us that I have been thinking about a lot lately as well...
  27. 3 points
    Johnson Valley not closed. BLM campgrounds are closed but not dry camping. If you still want to go and are concerned, hit me up and you can stay at our place. We are at the end of Larrea Road which is across 247 from Boone road. You can ride to Pioneertown from there over the mountains. Pappy and Harriets serving take out food. We were just there yesterday.
  28. 3 points
  29. 3 points
    Republican Sitting in a Bar A union boss walks into a bar from the factory next door, and is about to order a beer when he sees a guy at the far end of the bar wearing a "TRUMP, Make America Great Again" cap with a mug of beer sitting in front of him. The union boss doesn't need to be an Einstein to know that this guy is a Republican, so he shouts over to the bartender so loudly that everyone can hear, "Drinks for everyone in here, bartender.... but not for the 'Republican'. Soon after the drinks have been passed out, the Republican gives him a big smile, waves at him then says, "Thank you!" in an equally loud voice. This infuriates the 'Union Boss'. After a few minutes, the union boss once again loudly orders drinks for everyone except the Republican. As before, this doesn't seem to bother the Republican. He nods and smiles, and again yells, "Thank you!" A few more minutes pass and the union boss orders another round of drinks for everyone except the Republican. Frustrated that he can't seem to get the guy angered, the union boss asks the bartender, "What is wrong with that Republican? I've ordered three rounds of drinks for everyone in the bar but him, and all the dummy does is smile and thank me. Is he nuts...?" "Nope," replies the bartender. "He owns the place." ADVICE TO DEMOCRATS, LIBERALS AND ALL LEFTIES: WHEN YOUR HORSE DIES, ITS TIME TO DISMOUNT.
  30. 2 points
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  32. 2 points
    Sometime this year, we taxpayers will likely receive another economic stimulus. It is indeed a very exciting program, and I’ll explain it by using a Q&A format: Q: What is an Economic Stimulus? A: It is money that the federal government will send to taxpayers. Q: Where will the government get this money? A: From taxpayers. Q: Is the government simply giving me back my own money, then? A: No, only a smidgen of it. Q: What is the purpose of this payment? A: The plan is for you to use the money to purchase a high definition television set, a new iPad, or a new SUV, thus stimulating the economy. Q: Isn’t that stimulating the economy of China? A: Shut up. Below is some helpful advice on how to best help the U. S. Economy with your stimulus check. Use it wisely: * If you spend the stimulus money at Walmart the money will go to China or Sri Lanka. * if you spend it on gasoline, it money will go to the Arabs. * if you purchase a computer, it goes to India, Taiwan or China. * if you purchase fruits and vegetables, it will go to Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala. * if you buy an efficient car, it will go to Japan or Korea. * if you purchase useless stuff, it goes to Taiwan. * if you pay your credit card off, or buy stock, it will go to management bonuses and they will hide it offshore. Instead, keep the money in America by: (1) Spending it at a yard sale or (2) Going to a ballgame or (3) Spending it on prostitutes or (4) Beer or (5) Tattoos (These are the only American businesses still operating in the U.S.) CONCLUSION: Go to a ballgame with a tattooed prostitute that you met at a yard sale and drink beer all day. No need to thank me, I’m just glad I could be of help.
  33. 2 points
    Couple hundred less now,,,,they are on the front of my truck!
  34. 2 points
    We are learning day by day how to react. Even in this post from beginning to now its clear this is changing quickly. I think we all need to do our best to protect ones with current health conditions and most importantly maintain a positive and strong mindset.
  35. 2 points
    The other day I read “”online”” that they were closing all of it down..... So it must be true!
  36. 2 points
  37. 2 points
    I think even before the toilet paper was off the shelves, the tin foil was snapped up for all of the millions of hats.........
  38. 2 points
    The true rate of taxation is the rate of spending. $2T injected into the economy without the production of a correspondingly valuable good or service merely devalues the currency, eroding your buying power.
  39. 2 points
    adding more rocks to my front yard so i can have flat grass rather then it going down the hillside. the last pic im estimating that boulder at 10-12k pounds. we have family that drove down from Idaho and Utah to visit for a week cause they can do classes and work on-line
  40. 2 points
    Got a brisket on the BGE, started it at 6am. Waiting to eat!!!
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  42. 2 points
    I resemble that remark! Seriously though, I don't see putting $3k of shocks on it. If I want to bomb fast, I'll take the RZR. The WJ is for going slow and enjoying NEATure... or something.
  43. 2 points
    Gonna go play with my girl....a little TLC today for her.
  44. 2 points
    I rained and snowed off and on all day yesterday. It also snowed last night. I need to fix my PU. I am doing it in the driveway, using carpet as a creeper. So, all my stuff is wet and cold. Tis supposed to be warm today...it is sunny. But, gonna used Gore-Tex Fleftorn coveralls and get that darn thing running.
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  47. 2 points
    Keep posting pictures and saying stupid shit on the weak ass Glamis facebook pages and they'll close it all down.....
  48. 2 points
    With your land and excavator all you need is a few large conex containers and you will have all you need.
  49. 2 points
    Caught the Jeep bug quick! Picked up a matching gladiator!
  50. 2 points
    Wedding Pics from July in Texas. Never seen these Duners dressed up like this before. Been fighting the photographer for 8 mos regarding these pics. He was holding them hostage for money! I told him to shove the pics up his asss! Now that his business is slammed shut he contacted the wife and negotiated a deal to hand them over. Be careful who you hire to take your important event pictures. Some people are just Crooks! Peace

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