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    let me put this donut down first
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    May want to put 'em both down.

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    I watched the Luttrell interview about that deal. When asked about the Thai SEAL dying, I expected to hear how sorry he was about him dying and how it might have been avoided.

    Instead he basically said that the SEAL was lucky to have been put in that position and how great that it was for him to have given his life for those kids.

    Those boys operate on a different level...

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    That they do. I'm sure he completely believed he could hold his breath for as long as he needed to and was comfortable with the decisions he made.

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    more and more coming out about that ordeal. one kid was multilingual and was able to speak to all the divers.

    i'll admit...it might make a decent movie.

    and, yes, a SEAL member certainly thinks of life from a different perspective.
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    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2thDoc View Post
    let me put this donut down first
    Don't beat yourself up, Toof. It wasn't but a few months ago Glenn was telling me he could eat donuts or anything for that matter as long as he hit his "macro" targets.
    "hunting should be a challenge and a passion not a way of making a living or a road to fame"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stripa Swipa View Post
    Don't beat yourself up, Toof. It wasn't but a few months ago Glenn was telling me he could eat donuts or anything for that matter as long as he hit his "macro" targets.


    Ask me how that worked?

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    For what it's worth I can think of only a handful of tier 1 guys that didn't eat and drink whatever the fuck they wanted whenever they wanted. That deal is 95% mental.
    So no need to put the doughnuts down 2th
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    Seeing these soulless vanilla ice lookin Yankees on a bassboat is worse than watching a woman get her implants taken out. It's just wrong. Get back in your Lund and go back to infisherman.

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    without this web site, I would be nothing.
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    and griffin is asleep at my feet....
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    40:55

    It was soupy out there this afternoon, my friends. Not so much a bisque. More stew like.

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    I'll try it out tomorrow


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    “… duckhunting stands alone as an outdoor discipline. It has a tang and spirit shared by no other sport—a philosophy compounded of sleet, the winnow of unseen wings, and the reeks of marsh mud and wet wool. No other sport has so many theories, legends, casehardened disciples and treasured memories.”
    --John Madson, The Mallard, 1960

    "Never trust a duck hunter who cares more about his success than his dog's."

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    I still got one good arm to hold you with.
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    I knowed you’d never quit me.

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