Shadow-Warrior· Emeritus Moderator
Jason definitely respects your .50. In fact we had a specific discussion about that very weapon. :grim:P.S. I have a "Bigger" gun then you Jason :rofl: Hey Larry, I'll ship it right out to ya, if Jason gives you any grief:cowsmile:
Probably barely any "load" at all. Car in neutral but they're too lazy to push.
No apology necessary. The photo is misleading. I was "jogging" Todd's FJ back very slowly and it was "rolling", for the most part with slack in the line, not under any load. Under any other circumstances and even here, you're quite correct in that it's a bad habit to get in to when I did it the way I did.It was not a question of load, it was a question of technique. My apologies for bringing it up.
The California Penal Code defines deadly weapons under PC 12020:BTW, these things are not classified as weapons in California?
It's important to have tools handy. In this case, a multi-purpose tool for off-road conditions.
Those are your biological children, uphill? Your wife must have good genes.I have never heard such a crock in my life. Guys let's put 2 and 2 together. I will give you some hints:
I agree Todd, I support Scary Larry's "multi-purpose tool for off-road conditions" speaking as a father myself. It also comes in handy to have 80 acres and a backhoe. :grinbiginvert:I have never heard such a crock in my life. Guys let's put 2 and 2 together. I will give you some hints:
We Dads here can immediately conclude from these pictures that as a father, Larry is in a severely high-stress situation. Clearly more stressful than just about any other Dad here. There is only one intended use for the "multi-purpose tool for off-road conditions", and as Fathers we must support any actions that poor Larry must perform with it if deemed neccessary.
However I know what is already in his "glove box" up in front of the steering wheel. So perhaps the "multi-purpose tool for off-road conditions" is to make it look like an accidental bear mauling, or perhaps to chop off limbs to aid in body disposal.
I'd like to ask Uphill about the planned tactical scenario when the (ahem) "multi-purpose tool for off-road conditions" is to be used. But I would not want to watch. And I hope that it would be quick, without slowly drawn-out suffering.
My wife says "yes" but I never had a test run to be sure. Sometimes I think they're "all mine" and there are moments when I wonder if it's not ALL my wife's genes at work (usually during hell week when they cycle).Those are your biological children, uphill?
When I plop down on the couch to watch TV, I have 4 girls that lay next to me, make me a sandwich and a Fresca, pop corn, etc. Not a bad life, all things taken into context.My daughter's just two, but already has me wrapped around her finger.