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  • Re: D Day

    all respect and honor for those who paved the way for our freedom!
  • Re: OT - What are you doing right now?

    listening to the new Dream Theater album "The Astonishing".
  • Re: Nashville this week

    Tons of cool things to do in Nashville......go to pollster.com and check for what all live events are taking place while you are in town.  You need to go down and check out the Ryman Auditorium.  Jack's BBQ isn't far away.  and while it is "world famous", I think it's just OK at best.  I actually liked Pork Legger's better.  

    If you are musically inclined at all, then by all means check out Gruhn's guitars.......you will see one of the coolest collections of vintage guitars available for purchase anywhere and may even run into a celebrity doing some shopping there.

    if you are into the more commercial aspect of things, then head out to Opry Mills mall.....they have a fantastic state of the art theater, one of the coolest Bass Pro Shops you will ever see and lots of great shopping and dining.....plus they usually have live music taking place at various places inside the mall.
  • Re: Would you like to see a hog butchered?

    personally I see no problem with a video of this nature as long as it is properly labeled and folks know what they are clicking on.  

    I dont understand why anyone that could possibly have a problem with is wouldnt simply just not watch it.

    with that said, I dont own this website, so at the end of the day, I would make sure they are cool with it and if so, then proceed.
  • Re: Best way to get coals going

    I've had good luck with the Looftlighter.  I would have no problems recommending it.
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