Friday, February 17, 2012

Thanks, and Welcome

Thank you, 45er of Barrel Smoke, for hitting the follower button.  Sit down, put your feet up, and let me know what you want to drink.  I got 10 year old bourbon, 15 year old single malt scotch, honey whiskey, hot cocoa, coffee, tea (hot or iced), and I think some orange juice.  Oh, and chocolate cookies, if you're hungry. 

10 comments:

  1. GOT POT??

    (I couldn't resist asking!)

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  2. Nope--got guns. And a CCW. Pot don't work with that.

    Got chili, tortilla chips, and cheese and sour cream, if you got the munchies.

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  3. I'll be right over...45er is a heck of a nice guy.

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  4. Thanks, hh, I think you're going to have a crowd and thanks Stephen. I'm an iced tea drinker if I'm not sipping a craft beer. My friends just haven't been able to push me over the bourbon/whiskey/scotch hill.

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  5. Oh, also the link from your follower icon information (not your normal profile) is missing an "i" in your blog name. The click shows an error and I had to put the i in and refresh. I have no idea how to fix that, but thought I would let you know.

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  6. Nope--got guns. And a CCW. Pot don't work with that...........

    PLEASE TELL US WHY?????????

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  7. Stephen--was it the cookies or the chili that got you interested?

    45er--thanks for the heads up. I'm not sure how to fix it either.

    OCM--federal law criminalizes possession of marijuana, and does not permit one to buy guns if one also possesses marijuana. One conviction = loss of CCW permit and my second amendment rights. Once that law is changed, I might be more willing to chance it. But I don't even drink with a loaded gun at hand.

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  8. NO! NO!

    The law says a CONVICTED FELON......I (ie) have not been charged with a 'pot' crime, much less convicted.

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  9. And one of the questions on the paperwork is "have you used illegal drugs" of which marijuana is one.

    Unfortunately. We need to change that law...

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