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  1. I'm glad to know that people are taking their permits seriously! This is a very good thing to me because CT is an educated state, and as a result we should have interlligent and aware people with firearms. This is what our forefathers wanted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricbak View Post
    I, too, used to drink pretty heavily. When we were on the "Road" , we would work 10,12, or more hours, clean up, eat, drink, drink, drink, sleep then repeat. After I recieved my CPL, I quit drinking. Period. Berettas and wobbly pop just don't mix.


    Define: Wobbly Pop. Canadian Club and ginger ale. Makes ya wobbly after awhile.....
    Whoa, hold on now. I never said that I have ever drank heavily. All I was referring to in my earlier post was my less mature days when I would get out of hand EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE. By no means was I suggesting that this was ever something I did on a regular basis, though.
    Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.

    Benjamin Franklin

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    Whoa, hold on now. I never said that I have ever drank heavily. All I was referring to in my earlier post was my less mature days when I would get out of hand EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE. By no means was I suggesting that this was ever something I did on a regular basis, though.
    Opps, Sorry Sir.
    Semper Fi

  5. You don't have to lie to us to look good. We still think you're cool ;)

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