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Todays landscaping project. Almost finished.
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To me games aren't quite what they used to be. I grew up during the golden age of PC gaming. The Playstation and Xbox generation never got to play gems like these. I present to you:

10 Golden-Age PC Games to play before you die (In no particular order):
1. Might and Magic III: Isles of Terra (New World Computing)
2. Crusader No Remorse / Cruseder: No Regret (Origin)
3. Quest for Glory I: So you want to be a hero? (Sierra)
4. Sword of the Samurai (Microprose)
5. Maniac Mansion / Day of the Tentacle (LucasArts)
6. Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers (Sierra)
7. Wing Commander (Origin)
8. Wolfenstein 3D (3D Realms)
9. Alone in the Dark (Interplay)
10. Castles (Interplay)

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Freespace
Freespace 2
Contra
Super C (I can beat with 1 life!!) lol
Doom?
River City Ransom?
Duke Nukem
Custer's Revenge!!!!!!!!!! roflmao
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You know, I had an odd recollection today. I remembered the last new NES cartridge I opened. Double Dragon III. 
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Note to self: Palmetto State Armory is the Howell Automotive of the firearms world... Never again.
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Anyone interested in a FW modded 360 or PSP? Lots of games, cheap.
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Snapped this while getting dinner this evening...
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3 days of straight heavy rain, 3 more predicted. Creek is already several feet higher than normal. Anyone selling an outboard motor? :P
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The age of capitalism is over folks. The US has grown too big to be productive domestically. Si vis pacem fac bellum; Now this isn't the idea Grelling had in mind, but it holds true. The US can no longer sustain itself without the industry that is open conflict. Wars will now be fought, not for land and natural resources so much as the profit from the reconstruction of those whom are conquered. 

I like to keep partisan politics out of most of my rants, since I don't subscribe to any 'party' horseshit. But Bush's administration declared war on an idea; Not a country, not an army, an idea. And you can't kill an idea. Instead the mindless masses of this country are now completely brainwashed, giving up one freedom after the next; and in the name of security. The government has people scared of phantoms, and has created a  new racial divide. Look at the bigger picture here, folks. You can now be detained indefinitely, without being charged, or informed of why you are being detained. You have no more 'rights.' The constitution is dead and every last citizen is guilty of not doing enough to right the wrongs of those in power. 
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Nixon: War on drugs (at least, he coined it)
LBJ: War on poverty.

What other word are we gonna go to war against next?
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Ordered a dust cover and forward assist for an AR; After 7 business days the order was still "processing." The site said that it could possibly take up to 5 business days to ship, which was fine. However when calling on the 7th business day I was informed that even though the items were in stock it could take a few more days, possibly into the next week to ship. Needless to say I was astounded at the inefficiency. I understand that folks in this industry are extremely busy right now, but 10 business days to throw a couple of springs and a 3" piece of metal in a box is absolutely unacceptable. BCM or Brownells will get my business in the future, but not these jokers.
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