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CMJeepster last won the day on October 6 2016

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  1. Not vaild in the PRNJ. CCSB card? (Concealed carry of a Snickers bar.)
  2. With the current atmosphere in D.C., I think that gave a renewal of hope to the 2A-minded crowd. Hopefully we can get some things done / "fixed" soon
  3. Gotta see how the night goes. ;-)
  4. Ugh!!! Soccer coach thing tonight. Keep an eye on Ed for me.
  5. "Gunman opens fire at Ohio judge, who takes out gun and fires back" https://www.yahoo.com/news/gunman-opens-fire-ohio-judge-160500529.html
  6. https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/appeals-court-blocks-enforcement-of-districts-strict-concealed-carry-law/2017/07/25/29bcbdfc-7146-11e7-9eac-d56bd5568db8_story.html?utm_term=.807f7c0f879d A federal appeals court on Tuesday blocked the District from enforcing strict limits the city has in place on carrying concealed firearms on the streets of the nation’s capital. In a 2-1 decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit said the District’s system that requires a “good reason” to obtain a permit is so restrictive that it is akin to an outright ban in violation of the Second Amendment. “The good-reason law is necessarily a total ban on most D.C. residents’ right to carry a gun in the face of ordinary self-defense needs,” wrote Judge Thomas B. Griffith, who was joined by Judge Stephen F. Williams. “Bans on the ability of most citizens to exercise an enumerated right would have to flunk any judicial test.” ------------ Anyone want to take bets as to whether or not this goes to SCOTUS? In my opinion, the time to get this crap resolved is now. Settle this matter then get the national reciprocity law enacted. There's only going to be so much time before the branches of government change again...
  7. 100+ Girl Scouts making smores didn't stop the officer from ripping me a new one.
  8. Pennington police busted us when we had a Girl Scout function at Kunkel Park. Same dude that pulled me over twice for expired registration. Nothing better to do in town.
  9. Any mountain lions in the story?
  10. Dental records, anal probes, etc. Investigate them all and let SCOTUS sort them out.
  11. Oh, and to answer the original question, I am still daily driving a 2003 Wrangler Rubicon. She's been steadfast in both her daily and "fun" (offroad) driving duties. The 4.0L motor still runs like a mother-f-er, although the body is starting to show age. I have a 2001 Mustang Cobra coupe for my fun / show / track car with about 25K miles on her. She's never going to leave me as long as I'm alive. The wife drives a 2016 Explorer that I get to drive sometimes. It's my favorite non-performance car so far. Others: 1991 Jeep Wrangler 2006 Explorer 1965 Mustang coupe 1987 Mustang hatchback 1998 Jeep Cherokee 2005 Land Rover Piece of Shit
  12. Hopefully she drives like her mother and not her father. You scared the crap out of me the last time that you took me out on the orange terror. Ha, ha, ha!
  13. Kamau Bell. Is this a new Muppets character?
  14. Anyone ever try this north of the border stuff? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peameal_bacon