DreamyAltarBoy: I found a .25cal auto when I was 9yrs old.
Satan's Bunny Slippers: 2- 4 drawer file cabinets
Rick-mind-if-I-call-you-Dick: A grammatical error
gregscott: DreamyAltarBoy: I found a .25cal auto when I was 9yrs old.I suspect that was a semi-auto. Learn the right terminology. An automatic will fire repeatedly as long as it doesn't jam, and there is ammo, and you hold the trigger. A semi-auto feeds only one shot per trigger pull.
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Maul555: Harry Freakstorm: A semi truck slid off the southbound side of the interstate and split open in the snow. There must have been hundreds of cans of Budweiser sitting in the snow after the pulled the semi and the trailer away. I don't really think anyone handling the cleanup thought the beer would stay around. I saw beer on the way up to Champaign on the northbound side of I-57. About two hours later, when I was heading south, the place had been picked clean. Lots of tire marks and footprints in the snow. It was salvagers because I know the cleanup people like to travel in a single file to hide their numbers.da fuq?
MagicBoris: ChipNASA: Wow.....Free Cat didn't even make it an hour.Well, it was FREE! That's a great deal no one could afford to miss!(seriously though, do people actually find such a thing offensive?)
BrotherEarth: Mad_Season: [nozama.typepad.com image 400x222]Clicky for locationWhen I was growing up, in Hamden, CT. there was a parking lot with cars half buried in the asphalt.[www.lostinjersey.com image 600x450]
prjindigo: Honestly... a road.Where I grew up there was a zig-zag in US45 south of town, this long beautiful banked curve about 35° angle. Was a fun place because it dead-ended at the interstate. https://maps.google.com/maps?q=pesotum,+IL&hl=en&ll=39.906798,-88.289 2 98&spn=0.00674,0.013765&sll=27.698638,-83.804601&sspn=15.894185,28.190 918&hnear=Pesotum,+Champaign,+Illinois&t=h&z=17It just got cut in half at the interstate and instead of putting a bridge there, they re-routed US45 a little. It was, other than the high bank, a safe place to go on dirt bikes and do fast runs in cars.
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