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Re: unbelievable ... [Re: Pvt.snoballz] #427721 05/13/10 01:34 AM
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Im a fairly light sleeper and there has been an instance where ive been woken up by a car parking in front of our house and two armed men got out and walked over to the neighbors house ( theres a very long story about that, if theres interest ill start a whole new thread about it)

Please do.


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Re: unbelievable ... [Re: Pvt.snoballz] #427722 05/13/10 01:44 AM
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Ain't nothing wrong with hiding a few things and ain't nothing wrong with being a liberal/democrat. Your money is your money.

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Re: unbelievable ... [Re: monsterdog] #427723 05/13/10 01:45 AM
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Im a fairly light sleeper and there has been an instance where ive been woken up by a car parking in front of our house and two armed men got out and walked over to the neighbors house ( theres a very long story about that, if theres interest ill start a whole new thread about it)

Please do.
+1 I second the interest in the thread.


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Re: unbelievable ... [Re: Private Klink] #427724 05/13/10 02:04 AM
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P/S - although I think it was wrong for your parents to open your bank statement, try to remember that they love you and are concerned about you. They want to see you as a responsible young adult, and probably have forgotten about all the money they spent on "friviolities" when they were your age. So don't get down on them too bad, as their intentions are good and well-meaning. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />
Right on Tom.
Be glad they care Alex.
Too many don't.


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Re: unbelievable ... [Re: myketheknife] #427725 05/13/10 02:18 AM
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Just read the "Sad Day in Utah" thread! <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" />


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Re: unbelievable ... [Re: myketheknife] #427726 05/13/10 04:03 AM
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P/S - although I think it was wrong for your parents to open your bank statement, try to remember that they love you and are concerned about you. They want to see you as a responsible young adult, and probably have forgotten about all the money they spent on "friviolities" when they were your age. So don't get down on them too bad, as their intentions are good and well-meaning. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />
Right on Tom.
Be glad they care Alex.
Too many don't.

nah i know its just because they care, they tried making a joke about it today. They were talking about getting rid of some important documents (i.e bank statement, voided checks etc.) and i suggested to shred them or burn them if they really wanted to get rid of it ( ive seen instances where shredded stuff was put together by a professional and its pretty crazy). They then asked me if i was going to finish off the whole thing by stabbing them.
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Re: unbelievable ... [Re: Pvt.snoballz] #427727 05/13/10 06:28 AM
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The problem, in my opinion, is that you lied (or forgott to mention) to your parents about your knives, your gun and maybe other things. If you are sure about you're "style of life", and the money you spent it's yours, no need to lie, no need or hide your hobbies. Lies make you guilty also if you are'nt.

i didnt lie about anything. I dont need to disclose how i spend my discretionary money, i take the time to save, then i get whatever it is i have my mind set on. The only reason i havent mentioned the gun is because thats a subject they dont agree with me 100% on and im living under their roof.

i understand that is something very big and that its a big responsibility but i think the benefits of me keeping it are greater than what would happen if they knew about it. Im a fairly light sleeper and there has been an instance where ive been woken up by a car parking in front of our house and two armed men got out and walked over to the neighbors house ( theres a very long story about that, if theres interest ill start a whole new thread about it)

My father hasnt shot his .357 in over 2 decades and i dont feel he would take the responsibility of getting it if theres a bump in the night. He might be ready to go punch someone or something but like i said, he sleeps like a rock.
Also, if theres a tool that can be used that will keep us safer and at less risk than swinging fists, then im going to take it.


I understand that a firearm is a big thing to hide, but ive taken that responsibility and believe you me i know what that entails.

Apologize. My misunderstanding.

Re: unbelievable ... [Re: Pvt.snoballz] #427728 05/13/10 05:53 PM
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If my parents had any idea of how much I've spent on my knives they would send me to Shutter Island. If they ever find out about my collection I'd lie and say they were much cheaper than they really were.

Re: unbelievable ... [Re: myketheknife] #427729 05/14/10 11:53 PM
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ain't nothing wrong with being a liberal/democrat.

You sure? lol


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Re: unbelievable ... [Re: Massive Metal] #427730 05/16/10 12:54 PM
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just tell your dad

it is better than strippers & crack

better than crack YES!!, but strippers? <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />

Now your talkin-Strippers <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/thumbup.gif" alt="" />- maybe take Joe's advice and buy your Dad a knife <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/thumbup.gif" alt="" /> and then take him to see some strippers( my advice <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />) I am old enough to be your Dad ( probably) and I sure as hell would enjoy the knife-strippers - getting drunk <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/thumbup.gif" alt="" /> AND you being my son. True LOVE <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/thumbup.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


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Re: unbelievable ... [Re: ordawg1] #427731 05/16/10 06:29 PM
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Wanna really freak them out
Start listening to marching music.
maybe talk about building a cabin in Idaho



actually,good on them!
i dont think parents are nosey enough these days.

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Re: unbelievable ... [Re: El CacaFuego] #427732 05/17/10 11:35 AM
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I've been able to keep my knife buying habit to the bare minimum for the last
1/2 year. It's called being unemployed.. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" />
But the bright side is, that I have time to go out and play with my knives <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

Here's some advice though, don't take your knives to job interviews (unless it's
a knife related job) <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />
Just doesn't work out that well <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/thumbdn.gif" alt="" />

Cheers


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