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#61 eveln

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Posted 19 November 2017 - 10:28 AM

Bloody hell :(. christ Angus must be feeling pretty bloody lonely about now.


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Posted 19 November 2017 - 06:22 PM

Not been a good year, my old friends are dropping off the perch all around me. A guy I used to fly with in the 70s, Ray McManus, died on Friday, I suppose he was 15 or so years older than me but that isn't too encouraging. Just died in his sleep, never took much care of himself but that's too young in today's world.

 

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Posted Yesterday, 04:53 PM

Good riddance to bad rubbish, Manson finally died - they should have offed him decades ago, as much as I do not like the death penalty he earned it, useless piece of shit...

 

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Posted Yesterday, 05:15 PM

yes, just noticed his departure myself

 

83 years old.... i must be getting ancient myself to remember the details of the family's rampage

 

 

 

the death sentence isn't really necessary... everyone dies at some stage; making him live for that long incarcerated is probably a more effective punishment than the thougt of being immortalised through "crucifixion by the authorities" given his messiah complex


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Posted Yesterday, 05:24 PM

yes, just noticed his departure myself

 

83 years old.... i must be getting ancient myself to remember the details of the family's rampage

 

 

 

the death sentence isn't really necessary... everyone dies at some stage; making him live for that long incarcerated is probably a more effective punishment than the thougt of being immortalised through "crucifixion by the authorities" given his messiah complex

Whilst I do not disagree Scruffy but think how much of a financial burden he has been for all those years compared to a 10c bullet...

 

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Posted Yesterday, 05:41 PM

Bullets cost about $1 in the USA now.
Upto $100 for super exotic rounds.

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Posted Yesterday, 06:27 PM

Bullets cost about $1 in the USA now.
Upto $100 for super exotic rounds.

:)

 

I reload my own, and melt my own linotype for projectiles, costs me about 10C in powder and that's about all :)

 

Oh, need a new primer, ok 12 c :)

 

It really depends where you go though, not that I buy factory much, apart from .22 rimfire which are dirt cheap anyway, never even vaguely bothered to reload those, not sure I could, but any centrefire is easy enough with the right tools and I bought those decades ago.

 

Not that I shoot much anymore anyway, but I have hung on to the tools.

 

These guys are pretty well priced, mostly rifle ammo though:

 

https://thebarn.net..../Remington/4120

 

I'm not really much of a long gun person although I do have one, rather ancient but very reliable Winchester that I picked up at a show years ago, never really use it but it has scared off the odd burglar :)

 

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#68 eveln

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Posted Yesterday, 07:43 PM

yes, just noticed his departure myself

 

83 years old.... i must be getting ancient myself to remember the details of the family's rampage

 

 

 

the death sentence isn't really necessary... everyone dies at some stage; making him live for that long incarcerated is probably a more effective punishment than the thougt of being immortalised through "crucifixion by the authorities" given his messiah complex

No Manson should have been put down years ago. He did not repent did he ? He's been fed and sheltered for his deeds at the cost of the US purse ( or was he jailed by private comp. ? )

 

Meanwhile Polanski is sheltered for his drugging and fucking of a child and his talents are thought to be worth more than the life of the child he drugged and fucked. This is one crazy world


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