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Old 07-23-2016, 04:10 PM   #14645
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Giancarlo, If it will make you feel better we can arrange for 77 cute Virginians, armed with sponges to assist the clean up of the aftermath of your test shot.

Could make for a clean shot straight to heaven.


77 cute people from Virginia (Virginians) to clean up the mess.
Calling on the help of Hells Angels.

Maybe I should get my buddy Angus to bring his band over to play a little Highway to Hell at the take off area!
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Old 07-23-2016, 06:32 PM   #14646
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A rendition of David Bowie "Ground Control to Giancarlo" may be appropriate as well. AKA: Space Oddity.
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Old 07-24-2016, 08:58 AM   #14647
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Giancarlo, If it will make you feel better we can arrange for 77 cute Virginians, armed with sponges to assist the clean up of the aftermath of your test shot.

Could make for a clean shot straight to heaven.


Are there 77 cute Virginian ' s
I guess with a make over. Maybe you could come close .......
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Are there 77 cute Virginian ' s
I guess with a make over. Maybe you could come close .......
I'm not from Virginia so lets set the record straight.
Besides I do know a bunch of cute Virginians who don't require make-overs.

Youse Muricanh's sure need a lot of help getting things right!!!!
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I have never been to Virginia. So I don't know.
Just asking. But what I have been told I have to ask.

We have had a Hot spell in California , it was 110 yesterday here in Central California. We will be leaving in a couple days for the Desert which considering it is Desert, it really is not that much Hotter. Yesterday it was 115 degrees in the Southern California Desert close to Mexico.
And it is a dry heat so you don't feel it as much.
I am looking forward to getting back to the Desert .
This should be our last really Hot trip down there this year. It will start to get back to the 80's soon and that is fantastic weather. We spend 2 weeks every month there and 2 weeks here in the California Delta. LIFE IS GOOD.
Next Year we will also be in Arizona and Florida , between spending time in the Desert.
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LIFE IS GOOD.
Next Year we will also be in Arizona and Florida , between spending time in the Desert.
Well if that first shot goes awry you could be spending the rest of eternity all over the deep south if the cannon were to be pointed east.
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Well if that first shot goes awry you could be spending the rest of eternity all over the deep south if the cannon were to be pointed east.

The cannon shot will go good, I have the best training camp and experienced people behind me to insure a safe cannon shot . I plan to make one initial shot, then naked one or two cannon shots under the Big Top and retire as the Human canon ball. Then on to the next on the list for my bucket list.
We will be in the Desrrt for 2 weeks and I will be doing my Desert training. I will be jumping out of the back of my Jeep at 35 miles per hour on desert trsils.
Because of the heat I will be training early in the morning.
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We will be in the Desrrt for 2 weeks and I will be doing my Desert training. I will be jumping out of the back of my Jeep at 35 miles per hour on desert trsils.
Because of the heat I will be training early in the morning.
Interesting training regimen. Are you using a Kevlar training suit?
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The cannon shot will go good, I have the best training camp and experienced people behind me to insure a safe cannon shot . I plan to make one initial shot, then naked one or two cannon shots under the Big Top and retire as the Human canon ball. Then on to the next on the list for my bucket list.
We will be in the Desrrt for 2 weeks and I will be doing my Desert training. I will be jumping out of the back of my Jeep at 35 miles per hour on desert trsils.
Because of the heat I will be training early in the morning.
Didn't you also always want to jump from one galloping horse to another and stop the runaway stagecoach? You need to put a show together and go on the road!
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We will be in the Desrrt for 2 weeks and I will be doing my Desert training. I will be jumping out of the back of my Jeep at 35 miles per hour on desert trsils.
Didn't you read the disclaimer. Stunts done by professionals on a closed circuit. Don't try this at home!
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Yup this thread ain't ever gunna get kilt!

It will just die of boredom.
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We will be in the Desrrt for 2 weeks and I will be doing my Desert training. I will be jumping out of the back of my Jeep at 35 miles per hour on desert trsils.
Because of the heat I will be training early in the morning.
Please post video...
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Didn't you also always want to jump from one galloping horse to another and stop the runaway stagecoach? You need to put a show together and go on the road!
I have read the disclaimers , I am a professional.

I have jumped from horse to horse to a galloping horse in my younger days ( funny you mentioned that )


Jumping out of a Jeep at 35 MPH was the training I used to land when I was a sky diver. just bringing up old training techniques that have worked for me in the past.

I have always been involved in adventure in my life and I don't see the need to stop now.
I would rather go out in flames than lay in bed with my last breath thinking I should of done .......
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That's the spirit. As they say "If you are not living life on the edge you are taking up too much space!".
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