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  1. ^^^^this. Every scout makes the practices. A few hang around for the actual game.
  2. Doesn’t matter. Jerry is still the owner. https://www.instagram.com/reel/Cnw06wmoCVo/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=
  3. So, hire a good coach. I’m in.
  4. February 23-26th in SA. I have a parking pass and a few VIP wristbands for anybody that was thinking of going. I am a sponsor (I give free welding PPE to the kids) and I get tickets. But Im not driving 7 hours each way for it. PM your mailing addy and I can mail them to you.
  5. Not NFL, but NFL goons in training: https://www.espn.com/espn/story/_/id/35569052/spectator-dies-melee-vermont-middle-school-hoops-game ALBURGH, Vt. -- A brawl broke out among spectators at a middle school basketball game in northern Vermont, and a 60-year-old man who participated in the fight died, police said. State troopers were called to the Alburgh Community Education Center just before 7 p.m. Tuesday after a report of a large fight involving spectators during a seventh- and eighth-grade boys basketball game between Alburgh and St. Albans. The fight ended before troopers arrived, and many of the participants had left. Russell Giroux, of Alburgh, sought medical attention, police said. He was taken by ambulance to the Northwestern Medical Center in St. Albans, where he was pronounced dead. Jay Nichols, the executive director of the Vermont Principals' Association, said in a statement that the group, which oversees school sports in the state, had no information about the event beyond what the authorities provided. "Although we can not speak specifically about the events at this individual game, we would like to once again emphasize that middle and high school sports are educational and are for the benefit of the student-athletes," he said. "Spectators that cannot behave appropriately can be barred from events and can face criminal charges." The superintendent of the Grand Isle Supervisory Union, which includes Alburgh, did not respond to a Wednesday request for comment. The state police and Grand Isle state's attorney's office are investigating Giroux's death. The state medical examiner's office will conduct an autopsy. Alburgh is a town of about 2,100 in northwestern Vermont. It is surrounded on three sides by Lake Champlain. The northern part of the community forms part of the border with Canada.
  6. Yea and I doubt that (other than those few delusional fans in every fan base) they think that as well.
  7. Should he have been making more or less for being a state trooper? No idea, but I would think that sounds about right.
  8. @Elvis or @RockyMountainHighHorn got played on that deal.
  9. I've mentioned this before - either here or they old site - but I've had my wife call me at least 6+ times to tell me she couldn't get the key to turn. Each time I told her, "Put your hand on top of the wheel. Now turn it whichever direction it'll go. Now turn the key while you move the wheel back and forth." Have happened in a few years so maybe she actually remembers now.
  10. Everybody tows with 90% of the weight on the hitch/ball side.
  11. I have a buddy that has a pre 1983 (or is it 84?) AR15 full auto. Paid 20K for it, but it is worth more now. I shot maybe 2 or 3 mags out of it, and while it was fun, I was over it that quick. He agreed and says he never shoots it.
  12. Agreed. I guess that is similar to those who use tarmac instead of ramp/apron.
  13. Lets move 5 down to about 9, she looks to be an attention horse.
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