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    Terrorism is terrorism, no matter who carries it out, or why.
    Here’s the article that I pulled my info from: https://www.westernjournal.com/israel-2-school-attacks-44-years-heres-make-sure-kids-safe/
    Here’s another article that discusses how Israel has loosened up it’s restrictions on firearms to confront terrorism: https://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/21714

    When the knife intifada erupted in September 2015, the Israeli government’s response was to ease the process for the civilian populace to obtain weapons. After a particularly bloody Jerusalem shooting attack that killed four, then-Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan drastically changed the gun laws in order to significantly raise the number of armed civilians on the streets. Instantly, graduates of Special Forces units and IDF officers with the rank of Lieutenant and above were permitted to purchase guns at their will, security guards were allowed to bring their guns home after work, and the minimum age for a license was reduced from 21 to 18.

    Great picture! Are you certain this is a pic of children walking to/from school, past their school’s armed guards? You know, a ‘typical’ Israeli school day… Or, does it just fit your agenda? If it is a pic of what you propose it is, then yeah, it’s a tough pill to swallow, thinking this could be a typical scene on American soil. BUT, I guarantee these kids are well protected, whereas ours are not.

    Your articles cite no sources and are just that, articles.
    The information I posted is readily available as it’s based on truth and legally binding governmental policy, not that you care about truth and honesty. I’m sorry you don’t believe in actual facts as living in your own dystopia must be very frightening.

    And here we go again… Proclaiming the intellectual high ground by claiming my and everyone else’s information is false, and only your information is factual. Then lobbing more personal insults. I’ll use your line,

    Can you just go away already?

    🙄 🙄 🙄 BTW, is this Joel?

    Here we go never having concern for facts. Basing your “information” on an article serves as no truth, basing it on the legal process from Israel is. This has nothing to do with intellectual high ground but it does have to do with not spreading non-truths.
    And no, this isn’t Joel Byford, but actually I do know him, and have for over 15 years, I’ll be sure to let him know you are blasting his personal information all over the internet. I’m guessing the moderators will appreciate this too as aside from you being an actual jerk for doing so, it clearly violates RULE 9.

    Thanks for the info. I didn’t break Rule #9 BTW, and everything I’ve recently posted about Israel is accurate. Feel free to perform your own research. Oh, and I believe you have just broken Rule #3. 😆 😆 😆

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    Terrorism is terrorism, no matter who carries it out, or why.
    Here’s the article that I pulled my info from: https://www.westernjournal.com/israel-2-school-attacks-44-years-heres-make-sure-kids-safe/
    Here’s another article that discusses how Israel has loosened up it’s restrictions on firearms to confront terrorism: https://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/21714

    When the knife intifada erupted in September 2015, the Israeli government’s response was to ease the process for the civilian populace to obtain weapons. After a particularly bloody Jerusalem shooting attack that killed four, then-Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan drastically changed the gun laws in order to significantly raise the number of armed civilians on the streets. Instantly, graduates of Special Forces units and IDF officers with the rank of Lieutenant and above were permitted to purchase guns at their will, security guards were allowed to bring their guns home after work, and the minimum age for a license was reduced from 21 to 18.

    Great picture! Are you certain this is a pic of children walking to/from school, past their school’s armed guards? You know, a ‘typical’ Israeli school day… Or, does it just fit your agenda? If it is a pic of what you propose it is, then yeah, it’s a tough pill to swallow, thinking this could be a typical scene on American soil. BUT, I guarantee these kids are well protected, whereas ours are not.

    Your articles cite no sources and are just that, articles.
    The information I posted is readily available as it’s based on truth and legally binding governmental policy, not that you care about truth and honesty. I’m sorry you don’t believe in actual facts as living in your own dystopia must be very frightening.

    And here we go again… Proclaiming the intellectual high ground by claiming my and everyone else’s information is false, and only your information is factual. Then lobbing more personal insults. I’ll use your line,

    Can you just go away already?

    🙄 🙄 🙄 BTW, is this Joel?

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    It is better to see them walking by armed guards, then being hauled out be an ambulance.

    AMEN!!!

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    Terrorism is terrorism, no matter who carries it out, or why.
    Here’s the article that I pulled my info from: https://www.westernjournal.com/israel-2-school-attacks-44-years-heres-make-sure-kids-safe/
    Here’s another article that discusses how Israel has loosened up it’s restrictions on firearms to confront terrorism: https://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/21714

    When the knife intifada erupted in September 2015, the Israeli government’s response was to ease the process for the civilian populace to obtain weapons. After a particularly bloody Jerusalem shooting attack that killed four, then-Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan drastically changed the gun laws in order to significantly raise the number of armed civilians on the streets. Instantly, graduates of Special Forces units and IDF officers with the rank of Lieutenant and above were permitted to purchase guns at their will, security guards were allowed to bring their guns home after work, and the minimum age for a license was reduced from 21 to 18.

    Great picture! Are you certain this is a pic of children walking to/from school, past their school’s armed guards? You know, a ‘typical’ Israeli school day… Or, does it just fit your agenda? If it is a pic of what you propose it is, then yeah, it’s a tough pill to swallow, thinking this could be a typical scene on American soil. BUT, I guarantee these kids are well protected, whereas ours are not.

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    I’ve got news for you 2nd amendment, assault rifle toting nutjobs that suck at hunting so you need 100 round magazines. People are done with kids being slaughtered while everyone sits back with more “thoughts and prayers”. As a responsible gun owner myself I find it sickening that some of you on this site put the rights of weapons of mass murder above those of kids.

    Sweeping change is coming in this country, we finally have a president that is sick of tired of status quo and actually has the balls to stand up to the NRA. Kind of ironic since alot of you have a direct hand in getting him elected, now you guys are scared to death of him.

    You guys want to play solider with AR-15’s and AK-47’s go join the army, if not then keep you mouth shut when someone proposes a weapon that can shoot 500 people in 3 minutes is being looked at. I’ll keep my .22 for target practice and my Glock 9 for home defense, the rest of you get ready for some changes for once. I’m out on this subject, cant wait to see the meltdown that ensues after this post, but you asked for it by calling out the “Sympathizers” and “weak kneed Rinos”, whatever the hell that means.

    The difference between me and you is that I want to pass legislation that will actually stop ALL children from being killed, not just, potentially at best, large numbers like you.
    I had no problem emptying my pockets and going through a metal detector yesterday at the state basketball tournament. I have no problem walking by armed officers or guards at events that have them. How about bullet proof doors? Stop the shooter from entering and stop all shootings should be the chants. Why not TRAIN and arm teachers to give them a fighting chance? FYI, Columbine shooters used shotguns too. Banning semi autos will only mean they will kill with a different weapon next time.

    Like for instance …

    https://www.thespectrum.com/story/news/2018/03/06/police-suspect-behind-pine-view-bomb-threat-also-connected-isis-incident-hurricane-high/400291002/

    It is the people, not the guns.

    drifty4 and phonzie get it.

    After a school shooting in 1974, Israel passed a law mandating armed security in schools, provided gun training to teachers, and started running active shooter drills. There have only been two school shootings since, and both have ended with teachers killing the shooters.

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    Driving a point home by using llewell’s own tactics. A bit over the top, I know, but maybe he’ll think twice before screwing with me again. Somehow I doubt it though.

    Brothers don’t shake hands, brothers gotta hug.

    LOL! Great movie! I’ve got an older brother. Don’t recall much hugging, but lots of competing and beating the crud out of each other. And, we share brotherly love between us. llewell is no brother of mine. I attempted to connect with him, politely asking him to stop, but he chose to persist. He makes it easy to return his treatment when he makes the types of asinine statements that he does. The dude attempts to ridicule others from a stance of higher intellect, and yet makes statements like ‘children should be silenced until old enough to vote’. People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones, and we all get what we deserve. 😀

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    Driving a point home by using llewell’s own tactics. A bit over the top, I know, but maybe he’ll think twice before screwing with me again. Somehow I doubt it though.

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    Until those students pay their own way and come up with their own ideas instead of being pawns of the media elite and liberal educators they should definitely be silenced until they are at least old enough to vote. The very idea that we should be taking advice from a kid that’s never even taken a civics class is absurd.

    LMAO! It was in THIS Topic that you said this llewellinsetter. And I’m the one who’s acting like a fool and should go away? Bwahaha!

    You need help.

    Umm. Nope. I’m having way too much fun using your own tactics and words against you. Stop providing me with such easy fodder, (ha, not likely). Remember that olive branch I extended to you when you started pulling this stuff with me? Probably should have accepted it huh. 😆

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    Quote by: llewellinsetter

    Until those students pay their own way and come up with their own ideas instead of being pawns of the media elite and liberal educators they should definitely be silenced until they are at least old enough to vote. The very idea that we should be taking advice from a kid that’s never even taken a civics class is absurd.

    LMAO! It was in THIS Topic that you said this llewellinsetter. And I’m the one who’s acting like a fool and should go away? Bwahaha!

    As for these two weasels cashing in on their 15 minutes of fame… What’s new? Monica Lewinsky cashed in on servicing a married sitting president, (and spicing up his cigar collection). The hosts of The View are famous for what again? How about those Kardashians… Liberal BS appeals to the MSM outlets and networks because it sells and because most of them share the same or similar liberalistic views. So what if they replace Bill Maher, or they use this as a springboard to launch them onto bigger and better things. Unless they wise up and change their stances, I recognize their rhetoric as absolute nonsense, and I choose to disregard them and what they say. I already do this with most of what I hear and read from Bill Maher now, among others.

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    Can you just go away already?

    Should I be silenced now? 🙄 It’s quite hypocritical that when you do this to me and others, it’s because you’re intellect is SO superior to ours, but when you receive the same in return, you just want the bad man to go away. 😆 😆 😆

    You’re not a “bad man” you are just acting like a fool.

    Hello, Pot. It’s Kettle calling.

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    This is what I was talking about:

    http://www.kcrg.com/content/news/Oregon-man-sues-Dicks-Walmart-over-new-gun-policies-475943133.html

    This is awesome coop, and exactly what I had talked about in this and previous topics about being curious as to if discrimination law suits could be filed and won for these types of company restrictions placed above and beyond state / county legislation. I hope this young man wins a boat load of cash for this and many other follow suit (pun intended).

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    Quote by: llewellinsetter

    Can you just go away already?

    Should I be silenced now? 🙄 It’s quite hypocritical that when you do this to me and others, it’s because you’re intellect is SO superior to ours, but when you receive the same in return, you just want the bad man to go away. 😆 😆 😆

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    Quote by: rericsson

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    Yep, made it to the classic and got a brand new Crossbow made by Ravin. Scheels had dropped the price 300.00 dollar on the R9, plus they threw in 6 extra bolts and free case. An additional 170.00 vlaue. JUST NEED THE STATE TO CHANGE THE REGS TO READ CAN HUNT ALL BOW SEASONS AND NOT JUST THE COLD JANUARY BLACKPOWDER SEASON. HAVE not had chance to sight in yet. But super excited my wife let me spend the money. Will be the last bow I ever buy. …

    Let us all know if your new Ravin crossbow lives up to the reviews and hype. It’s one of the few hunting products that has me licking my chops from watching the videos and reading the reviews. The price is still a bit too high for what I’ll allow myself to spend now, but if it comes down a bit, or I can find a used one in good condition, I think I’ll end up owning one myself. I agree with you’re opinion about the regs opening up more seasons to crossbow hunting.

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    Quote by: llewellinsetter

    Here’s a glimpse of these genius educated kids.

    https://www.theblaze.com/video/parkland-students-we-are-the-experts-on-gun-control-does-surviving-make-you-an-expert

    Ah, you mean THESE are the children you say should be ‘silenced’. Right? Because the 1st Amendment isn’t a Constitutional right for ALL US citizens, just those at or above voting age. Right? SMH…

    With that said, you obviously recognize that these kids are NOT the experts on gun control, as they claim to be, (I do too). That’s what’s great about this country. Nobody is silenced, but we, as intelligent adults, get to determine for ourselves what is garbage and what isn’t. And THIS is garbage.

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    Quote by: ccb1

    :question: I have used skid loader to peel sod and clean areas by timber
    but seams to compact soil
    its a b–ch to rotor till
    what am i doing wrong?

    If your bucket has teeth, (it’s easier with teeth anyway), walk your skid loader backward 6 to 12 inches at a time with the bucket. Stab the bucket in 8 to 10 inches or so. Scoop up just enough to break that strip of topsoil loose. Backup 6 to 12 inches and repeat. Then run the rototiller through the area. It’s not as time consuming as it sounds. If these areas are filled with thick webs of tree roots, you may need to do this a time or two over the next 2 or 3 years prior to being able to successfully run a rototiller through there.

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    I personally haven’t watched one in years and probably won’t ever watch another one. Hollywood is filled with high-school dropouts and non-secondary school graduates that take pride in and flaunt their philandering ways, multiple spouses, bastard children, extravagant and broken self-centered lives. Most are extremely liberal, some to the point of Fascism, and live in an unrealistic bubble where people worship them because they’re on the radio, television or movie screen. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy music, TV and movies as much as the next guy, but I refuse to watch or listen to these types of people worship and praise one another, and blast the rest of us with their liberal political speeches about how the rest of us are racist, sexist bigots, etc. They’re free to keep holding their Oscar ceremonies. I just choose not to listen or watch.

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    Quote by: CRIA1576

    All- While not necessarily relevant to this particular context, there are exceptions to the 200 yard rule.

    I own and live on 14 acres in SE Carroll county. The guy that owns the rest of the section around me planted the 80 that surrounds my acreage to native grasses and has 4 large food plots.

    Two years ago on opening day of pheasant season I was away in NC Iowa with family when my wife called me in a panic. If you recall it was very nice out two years ago, and we had our windows open. At the stroke of 8, guns were blazing, dog beepers were going bonkers, and guys were hollering and laughing. The commotion nearly scared my wife to death! She called me, and I immediately called the CO.

    The landowner and his pheasant hunting party were walking the native grasses; starting from my fenceline and going east. Only the last man in the party was 200 yards from my house. The first man that began the shooting was only 50 yards from our second story bedroom window and my wife took cell phone pics for evidence.

    To make a long story short, 2 men in the party were hunting legally according to the 200 yard rule. The landowner was the first guy in line, discharging his shotgun 50 yards from my bedroom window and he was legal and protected by Iowa law. The guy on the far east side was 202 yards away (according to CO laser rangefinder) and he was also legal. The other 5 guys in the middle of the party were breaking the law.

    After an hour long investigation, and checking with other veteran officers, the CO confirmed the owner was legal even though he was well within 200 yards of inhabited buildings. He was shocked that it was legal, and this was the first time in 28 years as a CO that he had run into this situation. The land owner just happens to be an attorney in Des Moines, and he keeps a snippet of the law handy for situations just like this.

    To make a long story short, a landowner and his or her direct family members have the right to hunt every inch of their property, regardless of proximity to inhabited buildings on neighboring properties. As a result, since the original complaint was filed, now only the landowner and his son hunts our shared border, and the remainder of the crew has to walk 200 yards from my acreage. It is a messed up situation, and the landowner has never once called or stopped by to introduce himself or bury the hatchet. Instead, once in a while one of his cronies who is a local calls me to let me know when they plan to hunt.

    This is the fist time I’ve ever heard this about property owners and immediate family members being exempt from the 200 yard rule. Thanks for sharing CRAI1576. I learned something new today.

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    I have herbs growing in my window sill. I checked on spinach that I over wintered and it should go crazy as soon as we stop getting snowed on. I planted garlic under a cover last fall, it has sprouted and looks good as well.

    Hey TeamAsgrow, you asked a while back for a pic of the tandem disc I built for my track loader. Every time I’ve been up by it, I’ve forgotten to take a pic, so here’s this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JigN0qBMLlc I built mine really similar to the one in this video. Bought an old heavy-duty tandem disc, just a little wider than my tracks. Sawed off and ground down the 3-pt harness on the front, flipped around the discs and welded a quick-attach plate onto the 3-pt end, so that I can push it. My disc blades are round, not notched, but it still works really well. I can put a ton of down-force on it and really tear up the earth, but I tend to break discs when I find rocks and stumps this way. It kicks up a ton of dust directly in-front of you, and you drive over the disced ground, (track machines don’t compact soil much), but other than that, it works awesome.

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    Quote by: CRIA1576

    Businesses should have the right to refuse service. However, look at the baker out west who got sued and taken through the courts for refusing to do a wedding cake for a homosexual couple due to his religious views.

    This is the same argument I used in another recent Topic. Somebody mentioned that homosexuals are a ‘Protected Class’. Gun owners aren’t, even though our right to bear arms is a Constitutional right. Messed up, isnt it.

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    Nah, keep at it. Its free speech and I like it.

    😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆

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