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Old 08-02-2016, 04:48 PM   #14687
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If some guy can hit a 100 x 100 net from 25,000 feet there should be no reason Giancarlo can not hit a water bucket from 200 feet. If fact my money is on him. I am so confident in his training and abilities I bet he could hit a paint pail.
I would be willing to bet (taking 1000 to 1 odds) that he could hit a properly filled Margarita from the aforementioned 25,000 feet and not spill a drop to boot. But he would have to do it in Canada where the height would increase to 762000 CM. Sounds so much more impressive eh?
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A very notable record for sure.
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Training for the cannon shot is similar to training for sky diving.
Just hotter weather in the Desert than when I was in the jungle.
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Old 08-03-2016, 12:46 PM   #14690
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Is sky diving training easier in the jungle where trees are in the way or in the desert where there is cactus? I think there are snakes in both environments.
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Old 08-03-2016, 06:53 PM   #14691
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Hey Pop-sicle, Navy here.
I'll be staying at a RV park in Waldo for a while.
Navy out
Navy,
I see you are from Milton FL, not sure if you are aware of some Waldo history. Waldo used to be the speed trap capital of the US, 80 percent of the city budget was from traffic tickets, even American auto club took out billboards warning drivers when approaching Waldo. That's not the case anymore, the police department was disbanded and now county police are in place.

It slipped my old brain I forgot to mention that my niece is a RN at that VA.

I looked at Google maps for campgrounds in Waldo the only one I saw is Dixieland music and RV park is that where you are going to be? We used to go over to the flea market there but haven't been in forever. We are about 30 miles sw of Gville in Williston, there is a super nice park here called Williston Crossing but sorta pricey.

Anyway maybe we can get together sometime and have a iced tea or something stronger.
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Is sky diving training easier in the jungle where trees are in the way or in the desert where there is cactus? I think there are snakes in both environments.
No snakes in the jungle when I was there many moons ago, but I understand they are there now. Yes I have to be careful of cactus.
It could be a sticky situation. I know there are snakes in the Desert, but have not seen one yet. I think they hide when they here the Jeep .
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And I thought this thread was about "Thread Killing"!!!!
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And I thought this thread was about "Thread Killing"!!!!
Welcome Grumpy, that won't get you far in terms of killin' this here thread! For some, this is their practice thread cuz if they kill off this thread, they've become something like a Jedi Master

So practice away, see if your skills are up to the task. Meanwhile those of us mastering our skills here for some time will be off killin' threads all over the forum landscape!
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yeah, I can see by the page count it's a "last man standing" type of thing, I just wanted to check in.
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yeah, I can see by the page count it's a "last man standing" type of thing, I just wanted to check in.
I usually sit at my desk when I'm actively killing this thread

So what are you grumpy about?


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Hello Thread Killers,

Grumpy, welcome to the thread. There is a lot of talking here and a lot of saving! By me and Navy! LOLT!

The Girl

Anyone been camping this summer? Found a fairly new CG close to home and plan on spending some time there. Wow, I am loving this weather!

LOLT Hey Navy! I think it is time to make a rhubarb pie ! Yum! LOLT!
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I usually sit at my desk when I'm actively killing this thread

So what are you grumpy about?


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Hello Thread Killers,

Grumpy, welcome to the thread. There is a lot of talking here and a lot of saving! By me and Navy! LOLT!

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Anyone been camping this summer? Found a fairly new CG close to home and plan on spending some time there. Wow, I am loving this weather!

LOLT Hey Navy! I think it is time to make a rhubarb pie ! Yum! LOLT!
Rubarb pie....YUCK. I don't care how good you make Rubarb pie. It is YUCK. If you can eat Rubarb pie , you can eat about anything. So try Chicken beaks. Chicken feet, and chicken mipples.
At least you can have some protein . Rubarb has nothing , even a Goat with good sense won't eat Rubarb and Goats eat snyything.
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Rubarb pie....YUCK. I don't care how good you make Rubarb pie. It is YUCK. If you can eat Rubarb pie , you can eat about anything. So try Chicken beaks. Chicken feet, and chicken mipples.
At least you can have some protein . Rubarb has nothing , even a Goat with good sense won't eat Rubarb and Goats eat snyything.
You tell them o' flying one.


It would be a lot better if I wasn't allergic to Rhubarb but I digress.


What's snyything look like?

Is it animal vegetable or mineral?
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