User Profile: LakeHartwellSailor


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  • [9] March 3, 2015 at 9:53pm

    So we should accommodate deviant miscreants who pull down our society by their filth?

    Go take your rainbow flag and stuff it where you think it “feels good”.

  • [8] March 3, 2015 at 9:48pm

    Yes sir. That is exactly what it is.

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  • [1] March 3, 2015 at 9:41pm

    There is no “one weapon” that suits me. Rifles and Pistols are tools. Let me ask this question, how many people rely solely on the Swiss Army knife? I crack up when I see someone show up at the range, and they have the laser, scope, flashlight, pressure switches, and bi-pod on their weapon. They take a light, AR-15, and turn it into a heavy, unwieldy behemoth that cannot be easily deployed.

    I have a couple of AR-15′s. One has a day/night scope; one has a red-dot sight and SSAR-15 slide stock. They both have their uses, and purposes. It all goes to Philosophy Of Use (POU). I have a .45ACP carbine, strictly iron sights. I have a 30-06 bolt action with 3×9 scope with bi-pod; and actually, I am thinking of ditching the bi-pod. I have several shotguns, one for hunting dove, two for personal defense (both Mossberg 500 Pursueders). Of the Mossbergs, one has a crimson trace foregrip with integrated flashlight and green laser, no pressure switches, all integrated. The other Mossberg 500 Persuader, strictly stock, nothing else on it. Light and easily deployed.

    I have pistols of various calibers and sizes. From a 1911-A1 .45 ACP, down to a Ruger .380 Auto LCP, and a few .22 calibers pistols.
    It is all about weight (the less the better); and POU.

    So, I am not dedicated to any one weapon.

  • [2] February 21, 2015 at 11:59pm

    It all goes back to “credibility”.

    But if no one backs me up, I guess my credibility is gone.

    So there you go.

  • [2] February 21, 2015 at 11:50pm

    Yeah, I should just “drop it”, but the thing is, when someone threatens your life, even though you know they can’t carry it out….I can’t forget it. Especially when I apologized to The Monk for what I said. But if he can’t, or won’t apologize back for making a threat even though he can’t carry it out, I can’t let it go. It is a flaw in my character, I guess.

    What really bothers me, is that he denies making it in the first place. And I *know* others saw the threat.

  • [1] February 21, 2015 at 11:37pm

    USAmyProud –

    I will wait and see if anyone else who had seen the post from The Monk validate what I am talking about. If they don’t, well, then I guess I am just farting in the wind.

    But I stand by my post. If no one backs me up, than I guess I am just a “troll”.

  • [1] February 21, 2015 at 9:53pm

    In my example, I am the first person.
    The Monk is the second person. I, as the first person, apologized to “The Monk” for questioning his role retrieving a possible survivor in a flight accident.
    But he has yet to apologize to me for threatening my life over my comments. Although he has acknowledged my apology. But then again, he denies making the threat in the first place, despite others seeing the threat

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  • [4] February 21, 2015 at 9:39pm

    Yep, it is a small world, with a lot of small people. One should be ready to apologize when they realize they wronged the second person, and likewise when the second person wronged the first person.

    Sound familiar to anyone?

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  • [19] February 15, 2015 at 10:55pm

    Global Warming Rocks! Although, I am a little apprehensive about it since we may be getting an ice storm in GEORGIA. So I guess we’ll just call it CLIMATE CHANGE. Yeah, that’s the TICKET!

  • [6] February 15, 2015 at 10:45pm

    I_Guest_Write -

    Aye, I understand what you are saying, and perhaps it is not my place to pass judgement, But I stand by what I say, his life means nothing to me. But in the Eyes Of God, perhaps that is different.

    I am but a mere mortal, and I can be wrong.

  • February 15, 2015 at 10:20pm

    Yeah, Ultra…that will do it if you antagonize Blinky’s buddies. Keep the faith my man.

  • [3] February 15, 2015 at 10:13pm

    Ultraright -

    Its not you, I think I’m “toxic” on this forum these days.

  • [7] February 15, 2015 at 9:43pm

    Interesting I get “thumbs-down” for calling this guy a low-life. I guess those who take offense to my comment put this guy on a pedestal.

  • [24] February 15, 2015 at 9:28pm

    Doesn’t matter what prescription drugs he was on, or was not on. The guy was a deusch-bag, plain and simple. He goes all ballistic over the loss of computer access? Low-life, plain and simple. I don’t care if he was baptized two weeks before hand, it means nothing because apparently, he did not actually receive Christ in his life.

    I am glad he is dead. His life means nothing.

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  • [25] February 15, 2015 at 3:51pm

    This ticks me off. I fly my drone quite a bit at night, and have not had any issues. When I do fly at night, I keep line of sight. However, when I fly during the day, it is not always possible to keep line of sight, nor do I necessarily want to, but I have a video downlink, with flight information overlaid on my monitor which tells me which way to go to get back to the launch site. If I lose video transmission, or if I lose controller link, the drone has intelligence built in to climb to certain altitude and return back. That is called “failsafe”.

    I am not what to make of the pilot certification/licensing bit. First, how is that going to work? How do you get certified and what kind of fees are going to be involved? But we all know what this is coming down to. It is all about “money”. Just another way for the feds to squeeze the American Taxpayer.

    What I did find interesting is their proposal raises the altitude from a recommended 400 feet AGL (set back in the early 80′s with the popularity of RC airplanes), to 500 feet. I guess they are “tossing us a bone” with the increase to 500 feet AGL.

    I think it is all BS. Screw them.

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  • [15] February 14, 2015 at 12:31am

    Yes sir, Gumpsdad….

    I raise my middle finger as well.

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  • [-2] February 11, 2015 at 12:32am

    Yep, like a certain blazer who threatens a fellow conservative blazer his life and then denies making that threat in the first place.

    Not a bigger story, but one that calls into question the credibility of the first blazer who threatened the second blazer.

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  • [5] February 11, 2015 at 12:29am

    Aye ibbolton.

    BHO did throw away a lot of hard work our soldiers did put into Iraq and Afghanistan. I can’t speak as a person whom have served in those theaters, but I know a few youngsters who have, and that pretty much expresses their sentiments.

  • February 10, 2015 at 10:13pm

    Yep Foo. I’m looking to take out a fox soon. Picked up a new scope for the rifle that takes videos. Here is a quick video after I updated the firmware on the scope.

  • [29] February 10, 2015 at 10:05pm

    Yep, Cronkites remarks regarding the Tet Offensive was way off the mark, and contributed to our withdrawal from the Vietnam War. The Tet Offensive was an unquestionable defeat to the Viet Cong; but Cronkites remarks turned it into a political victory for North Vietnam.

    Absolutely despicable on the part of American Media on the outcome of the Viet Nam War for South Viet Nam, and American Forces who served in that theater.

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