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  1. idgaf

    ADOT lazy

    They sued And got millions. They were headed to sunrise and took a wrong turn
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    weather

    I'm happy for the rain, overall, but man I was hoping for a dry February and March for my Bison hunt. This will make it more challenging.
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    Archery Lope how many BPs

    Five tags for me since 2000
  4. idgaf

    How come this stuff never makes news in AZ???

    True story A guy my brother worked with said he'd get tased in the nuts for a 100 bucks. My brother said ok. Sold tickets to the public works Dept for 10 dollars each and got a cop to use to taser him as a demonstration. 40 people bought tickets. My brother kept the other 300.00 bucks.
  5. I'm not on a club member, I am also the president. Bwhahha
  6. idgaf

    Changing a main breaker

    You'd be surprised. Also the manufacturers will have the occasional (slight) design change to a breaker that chingers everything up.
  7. idgaf

    Changing a main breaker

    First and foremost get the right replacement breaker. The rest will fall in place after that.
  8. Same reason why so many bows go for sale on OCT 1. (after elk season)
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    Arrow tree

    That was an unofficial Arizona landmark. During the wallow fire, I believe, they actually put a fireline around it.
  10. idgaf

    Do we really need a border wall?

    Whatever because I think enforcing the current rules would actually work. And I choose to look at history as guideline. I'll take the Pepsi challenge anytime on conservative beliefs against you.
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    Condolences to Blue Ridge Faithful

    One of the truly good guys. I remember in weight training if you were talking to girls to long he would get his key, put it between his fingers and heard the miscreants back into the weight room at brisk walk.
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    Do we really need a border wall?

    This conversation is reminding me of the French Defense against the germans in WWII. Of course we are not the french. Taken from Wiki. The Maginot Line (French: Ligne Maginot, IPA: [liɲ maʒino]), named after the French Minister of War André Maginot, was a line of concrete fortifications, obstacles, and weapon installations built by France in the 1930s to deter invasion by Germany and force them to move around the fortifications. Constructed on the French side of its borders with Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and Luxembourg, the line did not extend to the English Channel due to French strategy that envisioned a move into Belgium to counter a German assault. Based on France's experience with trench warfare during World War I, the massive Maginot Line was built in the run-up to World War II, after the Locarno Conference gave rise to a fanciful and optimistic "Locarno spirit". French military experts extolled the Line as a work of genius that would deter German aggression, because it would slow an invasion force long enough for French forces to mobilise and counterattack. The Maginot Line was impervious to most forms of attack, including aerial bombings and tank fire, and had underground railways as a backup; it also had state-of-the-art living conditions for garrisoned troops, supplying air conditioning and eating areas for their comfort.[1] Instead of attacking directly, the Germans invaded through the Low Countries, bypassing the Line to the north. French and British officers had anticipated this: when Germany invaded the Netherlands and Belgium, they carried out plans to form an aggressive front that cut across Belgium and connected to the Maginot Line. However, the French line was weak near the Ardennes forest. The French believed this region, with its rough terrain, would be an unlikely invasion route of German forces; if it was traversed, it would be done at a slow rate that would allow the French time to bring up reserves and counterattack. The German Army, having reformulated their plans from a repeat of the First World War-era plan, became aware of and exploited this weak point in the French defensive front. A rapid advance through the forest and across the River Meuse encircled much of the Allied forces, resulting in a sizeable force being evacuated at Dunkirk leaving the forces to the south unable to mount an effective resistance to the German invasion of France.[2] The line has since become a metaphor for expensive efforts that offer a false sense of security.[3]
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    Do we really need a border wall?

    Not knowing the engineering aspects of the wall. Would a wall be successful in an area without patrols where they could use their stereotypical shoveling skills to go under a wall?
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    3B muzzleloader Hunt. Predict the future

    Get the tag and I'll show you a few places where you can do better than 320.
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