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This thread will not be shut down. We must eat our Livers, Gizzards, and Lizard Tongues. We don't need no stinking Fenix lights. A laser on a LCP II?

simon1

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And we didn’t even get paid!!
Yeah we did...we got to eat...Calf Ears!

Uncle would throw a few "fresh" ones to the dogs that were patiently waiting for a "treat" by the branding iron fire.

I can still smell that burnt hair from the branding.
 

BigFoot

I grew a tail.
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Have any of y’all had Turkey ears? They are like calf ears but from a turkey.
 

martym

I Leave The Toilet Seat Up.
Contributor
Been watching Lone Star Law.
Looks like a great job and I know my neighbor really enjoys his job.
I never had enough schooling to get hired.
Fried chicken livers and gizzards go good while watching this show.
 

martym

I Leave The Toilet Seat Up.
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Went out West for college graduations. Nephew and his wife received their master’s and one niece received her bachelor’s.
So I picked up fried chicken gizzards and fried chicken livers on the way home.
Carried my LCP with laser.
So many Texas State Troopers. On the way home they seemed to be just going on duty. Caravans of 7-10 at a time were common. We saw 10 units down for lunch in Rio Grande City at the same place. They stay at hotels about an hour from where they patrol because there’s no place for them to stay out West.
 

simon1

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Went out West for college graduations. Nephew and his wife received their master’s and one niece received her bachelor’s.
So I picked up fried chicken gizzards and fried chicken livers on the way home.
Carried my LCP with laser.
So many Texas State Troopers. On the way home they seemed to be just going on duty. Caravans of 7-10 at a time were common. We saw 10 units down for lunch in Rio Grande City at the same place. They stay at hotels about an hour from where they patrol because there’s no place for them to stay out West.
Congrats on the kids making it out of college.

Does all the Troopers in the area mean....it's getting busy at the border? :biggrin1:

 

martym

I Leave The Toilet Seat Up.
Contributor
Just a bit busy down here!! Lots of overtime to be had for the hungry dogs.

And thank you. We have one niece to go and our other nephew has 3 semesters left for his doctorate in Education.
 
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