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I'm reading the Book of Mormon, along with one about Hare Krishna.  I'm caught between looking for a 2nd woman, or shaving my head.  As a compromise, I'm thinking of looking for a shaved woman.

Hey Mule, why not just shave your ass and walk backwards?...................LOL.........................Kin gpin

There are times when a normal man must, spit in his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats.
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Bear.........Rhinelander and Marrinett are in WI the rest are in Mich UP area.....I am at the northern tip of WI with the cabin and lots westerly of those places mentioned.  Houghton MI is in real pretty country I have heard but I've never been there.  where you hibernate at now?  I know it's 1850 miles from Great FAlls MT so it must be east of WI.
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One really good book not related to the outdoors or shooting, is The Million Dollar Gate by Jack Kearns. Kearns was Jack Dempseys manager for the first half of his boxing career. Then later my uncles manager. Quite an interesting guy.

Lately I have read "The Pokey Little Puppy" to my grandaughter about 20 times. Other than that, I am not much of a reader.

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Porky...this was out before I was born!  and oldie.

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A book I can recomend that I have recently read and that is very special to me is one that was just published in 2007.  It is titled: "Private Soldiers" A YEAR IN IRAQ WITH A WISCONSIN NATIONAL GUARD UNIT.  This book was written by a Lt. and the photo's taken by another Lt. and a SSg from the unit written about in the book.  That unit is the 2/127 Infantry Battalion, 620 soldiers of the WIANG.  The author/photographers are from Charlie Co., my son's company. For you military history buffs these are the 32nd Infantry 'Red Arrow' soldiers of today following the heroic footsteps of that most famous unit from WWI & WWII, adding to the proud and distinctive service of those former 'Red Arrow" soldiers. The book tells of their time in country as citizen soldiers.  The battalion saw hundreds of attacks, saw dozens of wounded and lost three members killed in action.  The book can be found from the publisher: Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 816 State Street, Madison, WI 53706-1482www.wisconsinhistory.org. "All royalties from sales of Private Soldiers will go to the 2-127th's family support group and to funds established in memoriam of the battalion members who gave their lives in the Iraq war."  As I write this 3,600 Red Arrow soldiers are in Iraq right now serving again with distinction! Most of them on their 2nd tour and some on their 3rd tour to Iraq. Give it a read...... I know you will appreciate it!

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