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    USPA
  • Number of Jumps
    1050
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    6
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    Freefall Photography
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    500
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    Freeflying
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  1. Nah, all about the "Dear Playboy"
  2. ahem, Fireflytx and I are still married too. Never look down on someone, unless they are going down on you.
  3. It sure looks the same but only the names have changed! Never look down on someone, unless they are going down on you.
  4. Late to the party, but I guess I could say Hi too!!
  5. Late to the party, but I guess I could say Hi too!!
  6. Oh don't get me wrong, we watch it every week I just haven't been on here in forever and saw an opportunity to point out the obvious! Never look down on someone, unless they are going down on you.
  7. Perv! Never look down on someone, unless they are going down on you.
  8. Brains

    Shotguns

    Yep! and my bullpup comes in at 26.5 Never look down on someone, unless they are going down on you.
  9. You should have answered them literally. Now you are going to be charged more for life insurance and such. Never look down on someone, unless they are going down on you.
  10. I haven't fished there in several years but FWIW, The line of buoys marks the center of the river channel (Rio Grande) so that technically marks the border. When we fished tournaments down there three or four times a year, we regularly fished on the mexican side and the US side at will. It was fine as long as you didn't get out of your boat. We often saw mexican fishermen on the US side as well. Mexico fishing permits were sold at most of the motels in town and at the tackle stores as well. I still have several friends who are tournament fishermen and they absolutely refuse to fish on the mexican side anymore, simply not worth the risk. Never look down on someone, unless they are going down on you.
  11. Sorry couldn't let that go! Hell, at this rate he will be as tall as mamma in 7 more months! For books, other than what you have read already, I would go with J's suggestion of Ted Bell. I read some of his stuff a couple years ago and really liked it. I need to get my hands on a couple more also.
  12. Ahh, the Germans are definately on to something Never look down on someone, unless they are going down on you.
  13. Brains

    vicks vapor rub

    You'd figure that Vicks would be the best of both worlds. FWIW I laughed Never look down on someone, unless they are going down on you.
  14. One of my favorites. Demo into the Texas Ski Ranch which is a cable lake wakeboard park. We jumped in on a Satuday and Sunday morning/early afternoon. The landing area is an island surrounded by five towers and cables all the way around at about 30 feet up. They told us on the pre jump briefing that if we hit it, it would be a min. of $5k to fix. Our pilot gave them one hell of a flyby over their boat lake in the kingair before each jump too. He had people in the boat ducking Aerial view HERE Never look down on someone, unless they are going down on you.
  15. You absolutely can't go wrong with a ruger 10-22. I do see the merit in getting a bolt action rifle for learning the patience to shoot well. A .22 from any of the major manufacturers should do you well but the 10-22 is by far my favorite.