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    Crawl79's Avatar

    Just Talkin'...

    Keep up the good work! Not everyone has complaints most of us like everything about the magazine.
    Posted February 28th, 2013 at 04:29 PM by Crawl79 Crawl79 is offline
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    270's Avatar

    More than a website.

    great job on the writing man. glad you made it back.
    Posted November 9th, 2011 at 08:29 AM by 270 270 is offline
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    Lessons Learned

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    Lessons Learned

    "Aim of a pro, but the frame of a small vietnamese woman" pahaahaa, you hit the nail on the head there lil buddy.

    Great story man, i really enjoyed it!
    Posted May 26th, 2011 at 02:50 PM by Casedog Casedog is offline
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    Lessons Learned

    Great story Greg. Thoroughly enjoyed your descriptive writing! Brought back memories of the old days for me.
    Posted April 19th, 2011 at 08:44 PM by Boscoyo Boscoyo is offline
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    Lessons Learned

    MAN you aint slacking thats a great story! I ENJOYED THE BEEP out of it!
    Posted April 5th, 2011 at 08:28 PM by Cajun_Huntin Cajun_Huntin is offline
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    CoonieGirl's Avatar

    Lessons Learned

    P.S.S.: Speaking of awesome aim, the first and only time I ever shot a bow, I shot somebody. In the eye. True story. I was 11.

    It's a good thing the boy who let me borrow his bow (and who let me shoot him) gave me an arrow made by Nerf.
    Posted April 5th, 2011 at 07:33 PM by CoonieGirl CoonieGirl is offline
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    CoonieGirl's Avatar

    Lessons Learned

    Sweet story! Pranks and practical jokes are always 1. awesome and 2. great ways to learn where the line is

    P.S.: I betcha can't go toe-to-toe with a Coonie Girl.
    Posted April 4th, 2011 at 08:12 PM by CoonieGirl CoonieGirl is offline
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    WHW's Avatar

    Lessons Learned

    A hard lesson is a lesson long remembered. Enjoyed the story, Greg, thanks for sharing.
    Posted April 4th, 2011 at 05:18 PM by WHW WHW is offline
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    More than a website.

    Your blog was a great read. Glad you made it home safe.
    Posted September 5th, 2010 at 08:06 AM by craigm craigm is offline
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    BayouBoy's Avatar

    More than a website.

    Glad everything worked out.
    Posted August 29th, 2010 at 11:49 AM by BayouBoy BayouBoy is offline
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    Creole's Avatar

    More than a website.

    What an adventure Greg. I'm glad ya'll made it home safely. You are so right--EVERYONE on this site will lend a hand whenever possible.
    Posted August 16th, 2010 at 07:19 PM by Creole Creole is offline
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    SwampSnyper's Avatar

    More than a website.

    Wow man. Told you, you should have just stayed another night. Glad ya'll made it ok. Can't wait to hang out again.
    Posted August 16th, 2010 at 11:47 AM by SwampSnyper SwampSnyper is offline
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    Belizaire's Avatar

    More than a website.

    glad you made it home you know i ended up giving deon a case buddy row a case and brandon a case
    Posted August 16th, 2010 at 11:09 AM by Belizaire Belizaire is offline
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    PCHunter's Avatar

    More than a website.

    Yep, you are from Farmerville alright!
    Posted August 15th, 2010 at 07:49 PM by PCHunter PCHunter is offline
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    Creole's Avatar

    May 1, 1991

    Greg, that explosion affected so many of us in North LA. My friend Jim Shipp lost his life that day. I was teaching at Bastrop High School and remember the explosion rocking the building and then the alternate route that we had to take to get back to Monroe. Jim's wife ran a feed/tack store in Swartz and I one of my best friends worked there. I was in there when they got the word about Jim.

    My friend and I have already talked today about the explosion and how it changed our lives. You are right, it's good to maintain those ties.
    Posted May 1st, 2010 at 02:59 PM by Creole Creole is offline
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    B.S. on T.V.

    Amen, No.2! I have been hunting with a bow since 1965 and I have never shot at a deer or turkey at over 25 or 30 yds. max. Shows like that make beginning bow hunters with the new powerful bows think that it's ok to shoot at a deer at 50 yds. cause the bow will kill him. I am a firm believer that if you aren't close enough to send an arrow completely through the animal then you should not shoot!
    Posted October 6th, 2009 at 09:32 AM by swampbottom swampbottom is offline
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    Guys I have replayed that day in my head a hundered times today. Sitting in Exxon Refinery BR trying to get out the gate and them not letting us go for fear of our safety on the outside!!! WHAT? Man we finally got out and home and the Magnitude set in when I turned on the TV. I have been flooded with emails today of pics of the events and those that followed and I'm proud that after the years past we still remember! Thanks for writing such a good Blog and believe me I will be saying my prayers and the prayers for the ones lost and serving our Great Nation.... God Bless
    Posted September 11th, 2009 at 01:29 PM by Teepagoux Teepagoux is offline
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    Well said. I too remember the feeling when it happened. The day has become bitter sweet as my nephew was born on this day 3 years ago. I am always pondering if he will ever grasp this significance of the events that occurred before he was born. Too all that have died and all that serve. GOD BLESS.
    Posted September 11th, 2009 at 11:14 AM by Pineywood_Rooter Pineywood_Rooter is offline
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    Yes, I remember also. My wife woke me up and turned on the TV and a few minutes later the second plane hit. My thoughts were of terroism from the beginning. This event effected almost everyone in the world. Freedom is not that same as it was prior to that day. The cost is much higher.

    I would like to express my thanks to all the men and women who are protecting our country. My prayers go out to all those effected by the insane act.
    Posted September 11th, 2009 at 08:59 AM by Professor T Professor T is offline

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