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[eek_sigh] And he admits it on a public forum no less.Nickle said:If you're white, it is no way as long as your leg, not even close!
Now, me, I'm hung like a Gerbil.
[lol] [lol] [lol] [lol]derek said:He didn't mention that the Gerbil was 10 feet long and 600 pounds. [twisted]
KMaurer said:Nobody believed in "child-proofing" homes in those days.
"Auntie Lynne" never had to put things away or tie things down. All it took was one look from me and a single "No." and that was it. Ed always said I had the kind of look that would turn knees weak. Guess I do. [lol] [lol] [lol]C-pher said:KMaurer said:Nobody believed in "child-proofing" homes in those days.
You know, that's funny because I refused to do that to our home with our daughter. Everyone was strapping on things all over the place. We never did. Now, we can take her just about anywhere and if we tell her not to touch things, she's pretty good about it.
It was just a matter of keeping with it, it wasn't easy. I guess that it would have been easier to just give up and move everything. But I think that it was better in the long run.
I believe in the, "They'll do it once and never do it again," ideal of rasing a child. People don't think that they learn, but they do. It they do something and it hurt, they will remember it.
You mean the strategie of "no discipline"! Too true.TonyD said:I believe that the diffence in discipline strategies of today makes all the difference.
What red blooded American 9yo boy doesn't!!FPrice said:(this year he wants to try an actual MG!):
C'mon down Matt! The more shooters, the more noise! (and fun!)matt said:
I hate DSS, DYS, DMR, etc. with a passion but realistically unless a gun is on your person their requirements (that you noted above) aren't much different from MGLs. You are NOT supposed to be able to defend yourself in MA, regardless of the "home is your castle law"!matt said:Regarding storage, my wife and I are trying to adopt through DSS. They have VERY stringent storage requirements: Gun must be in a locked box with trigger/cable lock. Ammo must be stored in a seperate locked container. No exactly ammenable to rapid home defense...
As a Hunter Safety Instructor, We would be attacked by the Anti s with comments like, "I don't want my kids near guns" etc.
My response was simple, "You may not want your kids near guns, but what IF, just what if your child was at another friends home and another kid came into the room with a Firearm, wouldn't it be a comforting feeling to know, someone in that room would have the knowledge to know what to do to turn DOWN the level of the possible volitle situation?
We had kids in our courses that their parents had no intentions of giving them guns, but were in the course to learn about SAFE Handling and above all what to do in the above example to ensure everyone lives without gettng hurt.
If you are in a state that requires licenses, make sure she gets one - one that covers ALL your guns.I was however trilled recently when my not so gun loving wife inquired what she would have to do to keep said guns in the event something happened to me, so that she could eventualy pass my firearms onto my children.