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ChuteTheMall
04-25-2012, 08:05
MOVED to Page 611:rofl:
:animlol:

VN350X10
04-25-2012, 20:04
Well, I couls PERSONALLY discuss the matter with Seven of Nine.....:embarassed:






































(don't wait up!)

samurairabbi
04-25-2012, 21:51
Well, I couls PERSONALLY discuss the matter with Seven of Nine.....:embarassed:

(don't wait up!)

We'll keep a light on for you.

Don't do anything I wouldn't do! (Doesn't limit you much, does it?)

countrygun
04-25-2012, 22:48
We'll keep a light on for you.

Don't do anything I wouldn't do! (Doesn't limit you much, does it?)


"Having no limitation as limitation"

{Bruce Lee}

samurairabbi
04-26-2012, 13:45
"Having no limitation as limitation"

{Bruce Lee}

... but if having no limitation IS a limitation, then if I find I have a limitation, does that mean my limitation means I have NO limitation?

We may have a suitable vehicle for another Supplementary Plenipotentiary Tribunal here. Get in your requests for food and libations at the associated SPT partying blowout.

countrygun
04-26-2012, 14:24
AHHH Grasshopper, How do you "find" you have a limitation? Do you limit yourself by your own arbitrary decision or do you accept external limits placed upon you by the unknowing?

"Circumstances? Hell, I make circumstances"

{Bruce Lee}

_The_Shadow
04-26-2012, 15:57
... but if having no limitation IS a limitation, then if I find I have a limitation, does that mean my limitation means I have NO limitation?

We may have a suitable vehicle for another Supplementary Plenipotentiary Tribunal here. Get in your requests for food and libations at the associated SPT partying blowout.

We don't need no stinking limitations :shocked:...so why should we have to request food or libations at the associated SPT partying blowout. We wouldn't want to limit ourselves, so some of everything will do! :dunno:

countrygun
04-26-2012, 16:10
We don't need no stinking limitations :shocked:...so why should we have to request food or libations at the associated SPT partying blowout. We wouldn't want to limit ourselves, so some of everything will do! :dunno:


Oxymoron. "Some" IS a limitation. "will do" is also an artificial measurement which, of course, is a limitation

ChuteTheMall
04-26-2012, 18:27
"Circumstances? Hell, I make circumstances"
{Bruce Lee}

"It is well that war is so terrible. We should grow too fond of it.":horsey:
{Robert E. Lee}

ChuteTheMall
04-26-2012, 18:28
"Fight the power that be. Fight the power.":brickwall:
{Spike Lee}

ChuteTheMall
04-26-2012, 18:29
"If you have some magical chemistry that actually find the music you make compelling, that is a big bonus." :music:
{Geddy Lee}

ChuteTheMall
04-26-2012, 18:30
"I have everything I had 20 years ago, only it's all a little lower." :wow:
{Gypsy Rose Lee }

ChuteTheMall
04-26-2012, 18:31
"All those who wore sheets a long time ago have now lifted them off and started wearing, uh, clothing, uh, with a name, say, I am part of the tea party.":headscratch:
{Sheila Jackson Lee}

:deadhorse:

countrygun
04-26-2012, 18:38
“I always felt that if I had super-power, I wouldn't immediately run out to the store and buy a costume.”

{Stan Lee}

ChuteTheMall
04-26-2012, 18:41
"Since the beginning of physics, symmetry considerations have provided us with an extremely powerful and useful tool in our effort to understand nature. "
{Tsung-Dao Lee}
:supergrin:

countrygun
04-26-2012, 18:44
“To preserve liberty it is essential that the whole body of people always possess arms and be taught alike, especially when young, how to use them”

{Richard Henry Lee}

VN350X10
04-26-2012, 18:52
like I said.....




Don't wait up !




uncle

countrygun
04-26-2012, 18:58
"Most of the managers are lifetime .220 hitters. For years pitchers have been getting these managers out 75% of the time and that's why they don't like us."

{Bill Lee}

VN350X10
04-26-2012, 19:11
440 c.i.d.
Holley Four BBL
American Racing Wheels
B.F.G. Radial T/A's
727 Torqueflight


{General Lee}

ChuteTheMall
04-26-2012, 19:27
'Just because we are wearing lipstick doesn't mean we can't kick your ass!'-Tommy Lee:aodnsb:

ChuteTheMall
04-26-2012, 19:58
"I feel comfortable in an atmosphere that is open and experimental"-Sung Hi Lee


:needspics:

samurairabbi
04-26-2012, 20:11
We don't need no stinking limitations :shocked:...so why should we have to request food or libations at the associated SPT partying blowout. We wouldn't want to limit ourselves, so some of everything will do! :dunno:

Perhaps my original phrasing was imprecise. We shall fulfill PREFERENCES for food and libations at the associated SPT partying blowout. YOUR prefence for some of everything will be honored.

_The_Shadow
04-27-2012, 09:39
Perhaps my original phrasing was imprecise. We shall fulfill PREFERENCES for food and libations at the associated SPT partying blowout. YOUR prefence for some of everything will be honored.

THANK YOU! Let the party begin without limitations!:supergrin:


OH! BTW..."If I have one more face lift, I'll have a gotee" {Phillis Diller} :wow:

samurairabbi
04-27-2012, 11:41
THANK YOU! Let the party begin without limitations!:supergrin:


Actually, a limitation can accentuate enjoyment of such partying ... if the "limitation" is kinky enough!

countrygun
04-27-2012, 12:48
Actually, a limitation can accentuate enjoyment of such partying ... if the "limitation" is kinky enough!


Ahem, a "strictly" speaking such "restrictions' are generally ,so I'm told, pre-arrainged and therefore are a "goal" more than a limitation.

samurairabbi
04-27-2012, 13:08
Ahem, a "strictly" speaking such "restrictions' are generally ,so I'm told, pre-arrainged and therefore are a "goal" more than a limitation.

Hmmmm ... so now we must consider the distinction between "restrictions" and "limitations" ... I propose the establishment of a Summary Plenipotentiary Tribunal to consider this topic, to follow up on the Supplementary Plenipotentiary Tribunal we are running for the original issue. Let me know if this meets the approval of the 10-Ring faithful.

_The_Shadow
04-27-2012, 13:18
Hmmmm ... so now we must consider the distinction between "restrictions" and "limitations" ... I propose the establishment of a Summary Plenipotentiary Tribunal to consider this topic, to follow up on the Supplementary Plenipotentiary Tribunal we are running for the original issue. Let me know if this meets the approval of the 10-Ring faithful.

Starting to sound like the same "RED TAPE" that the guberment is using! :wow:

My VOTE is being cast against "O" and to just celebrate! :cheers:

samurairabbi
04-27-2012, 17:54
Starting to sound like the same "RED TAPE" that the guberment is using! :wow:


10-Ring red tape is considerably more "versatile" than guberment red tape.

VN350X10
04-27-2012, 18:38
If we get red tape delivered in a camo pattern, it will also be tacticool !

samurairabbi
04-27-2012, 21:14
If we get red tape delivered in a camo pattern, it will also be tacticool !
Camo pattern in RED? Sounds a little mall ninja to me!

VN350X10
04-27-2012, 21:25
Mall-Ninja, yes.......:wow:




But think of the MERCHANDIZING....:wavey:....the majik "M" word.

There's $$$$$ to be made here Rabbi. just think 39% !:upeyes:

ChuteTheMall
04-27-2012, 22:36
Camo pattern in RED? Sounds a little mall ninja to me!

I've never seen red camo, so I guess it works good enough.:okie:

samurairabbi
04-28-2012, 02:30
I've never seen red camo, so I guess it works good enough.:okie:

Person 1: Why did the elephant paint his toenails red?
Person 2: I don't know. Why?
1) So he could hide in the strawberry patch!
2) That's absurd!
1) Have you ever seen an elephant in a strawberry patch?
2) No.
1) Ha! It works!

samurairabbi
04-28-2012, 09:00
Mall-Ninja, yes.......:wow:

But think of the MERCHANDIZING....:wavey:....the majik "M" word.

There's $$$$$ to be made here Rabbi. just think 39% !:upeyes:

Would a red/blue/purple paisley pattern be overkill?

countrygun
04-28-2012, 09:20
how about these patterns?


http://i648.photobucket.com/albums/uu208/countrygun/snl-the-best-of-dan-ackroyd-2005101.jpg

samurairabbi
04-28-2012, 12:27
how about these patterns?

http://i648.photobucket.com/albums/uu208/countrygun/snl-the-best-of-dan-ackroyd-2005101.jpg

Perhaps not quite flamboyant enough for the demented 10-Ring taste (pardon my redundancy).

VN350X10
04-28-2012, 18:41
Not bad, but the Chairman Mao hats MUST go !

Bullman
04-28-2012, 19:37
but, they are two wild and crazy guys :supergrin:

VN350X10
04-29-2012, 22:56
we have wilder & crazier right here......If we raid the Lagoonies, we can do MUCH better !

samurairabbi
04-30-2012, 00:55
But remember ... we must always know the location of the nearest national monument!

VN350X10
05-01-2012, 20:04
Why, are we renting it out as a Dungeon Motel ?

ChuteTheMall
05-01-2012, 20:09
but, they are two wild and crazy guys :supergrin:

...seeking big Americans.....:whistling:

samurairabbi
05-01-2012, 21:36
Why, are we renting it out as a Dungeon Motel ?

The nearest national monument is the officially sanctioned 10-Ring supplier for ... well ... supplies vital to officially sanctioned 10-Ring partying. Check out SNL recordings from the "glory years" if this does not fully answer your question.

VN350X10
05-02-2012, 00:36
I'm just looking at the possibilities for expansion & increased income......



"Show me the Money" !

_The_Shadow
05-02-2012, 07:41
I'm just looking at the possibilities for expansion & increased income......



"Show me the Money" !

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$OBAMY, is set to take it all! $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
:wow:

countrygun
05-02-2012, 07:52
I'm just looking at the possibilities for expansion & increased income......



"Show me the Money" !


http://i1231.photobucket.com/albums/ee518/CountryG/FredGarvin.png

VN350X10
05-02-2012, 13:19
Obongo is out of luck.....

We only hire people who know how to WORK, not work the system.(besides, that's Rabbi's job!)

countrygun
05-02-2012, 13:44
Fred Garvin earned his money

_The_Shadow
05-02-2012, 21:15
Possibly we should tap into some of the campaign funds...39% and re-distribution to the proper canidates! :wow:Sounds like a Money Generator to me!:supergrin:

ChuteTheMall
05-02-2012, 21:33
Yeah, show me the money!

http://img692.imageshack.us/img692/6223/tn500monpopeddpchimoney.jpg (http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/692/tn500monpopeddpchimoney.jpg/)

ChuteTheMall
05-02-2012, 21:33
MOVED to Page 613:rofl:

samurairabbi
05-03-2012, 04:17
We only hire people who know how to WORK, not work the system.(besides, that's Rabbi's job!)

An excellent distinction, Unkle! Of course, working the system CAN be done with such artistry that it gains the admiration of those who would be otherwise offended by the practice of working the system.

An excellent example of this might be the Bonnano crime family, the LEAST prominent of New York's five crime families. Last year, a bunch of the Bonnano bigshots were busted for ... Medicare fraud! They had figured out a wrinkle that even the more prominent families thought was particularly resourceful.

_The_Shadow
05-03-2012, 13:05
Is this what you wanted to see..."It so easy, its like printing money!"

http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/matthiashaas/matthiashaas1007/matthiashaas100700101/7321641-printing-us-dollar-banknotes.jpg

Maybe these next...
http://cooperincambodia.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/1milliondollarbill01.gif

VN350X10
05-03-2012, 22:40
Start the Presses !

samurairabbi
05-04-2012, 14:10
Start the Presses !
Continue the Embezzlement !

countrygun
05-04-2012, 19:15
It is with the utmost caution, and full awarness that, by definition, the proposal I am about to put forth likely violates some basic rules in that it is a, hold on, cover your ears, LEGITIMATE method for earning oddles of money.


We all know how effacious the current "airport screening" system is:upeyes::upeyes:. Why couldn't we start a private company with 90% of the employees being military veterans, disabled and other wise, and replace those "Too Stupid for Arbys" folks?

I am absolutely sure we could create meaningful jobs AND have them done PROFESSIONALLY, without the intrusive "curious George" brand of chimps we have doing it now. Observant combat vets with common sense, could do a lot better better than gorillas with gadgets. We could pay a higher wage for fewer people doing a better job, and we would take our percentage out of what we save the taxpayers, as a "Finders Fee" for "finding common sense"

Discussion?

samurairabbi
05-04-2012, 19:34
Discussion?
What you have described for airline security already exists ... in Israel! They have credentialed military and security professionals surveying ALL prospective passengers for unusual tension, nervousness, and details. If such observations result in disproportionate examination of certain demographic groups, the Israelis accept such indignities as a necessary cost of security.

An American population will NOT accept such disproportionate selection, tagging it as "profiling". The price of this preference is a low-grade watch-man effort examining everyone.

countrygun
05-04-2012, 19:39
What you have described for airline security already exists ... in Israel! They have credentialed military and security professionals surveying ALL prospective passengers for unusual tension, nervousness, and details. If such observations result in disproportionate examination of certain demographic groups, the Israelis accept such indignities as a necessary cost of security.

An American population will NOT accept such disproportionate selection, tagging it as "profiling". The price of this preference is a low-grade watch-man effort examining everyone.


Now there you go,

I steal an idea from another Country

I figure how we can make money off of it

I even show how we could blackmail politicians into giving us tax money for it

and you have to let reality get in the way.

I'm going back to my idea of selling scented water in 1 gallon cans as "Latex-Paint Thinner"

VN350X10
05-04-2012, 19:56
Mix a bit of acetone with that water, so you can prove it's NOT water by a comparison test....3% will do nicely.
Should go for 8 bucks a gallon minimum.
2 bucks worth of cheapo perfume should treat at least 50 gallons, possibly 75.
Biggest expense will be containers, like Mickey D's soda cups.

This advise is from uncle @ no charge, as you have already proven your worthiness to this organization !

Shalom

countrygun
05-04-2012, 19:59
Mix a bit of acetone with that water, so you can prove it's NOT water by a comparison test....3% will do nicely.
Should go for 8 bucks a gallon minimum.
2 bucks worth of cheapo perfume should treat at least 50 gallons, possibly 75.
Biggest expense will be containers, like Mickey D's soda cups.

This advise is from uncle @ no charge, as you have already proven your worthiness to this organization !

Shalom

I was going with 3% ammonia, since it's a base in most latex paint

VN350X10
05-04-2012, 20:07
True, but ammonia stinks (think chicken crap) & the acetone evaporates quicker. This can be shownas a comparison vs. water.
Ammonia evaporates almost as slow as water.....unless you spill it where you don't want it, then it NEVER goes away....

samurairabbi
05-04-2012, 20:12
I even show how we could blackmail politicians into giving us tax money for it

and you have to let reality get in the way.

The paint thinner wrinkle is the way to go.

The Dungeon types are responsible for reality injections within the 10-Ring facility. Besides, we don't "blackmail" our targets; we hit them up for "consulting fees".

VN350X10
05-04-2012, 20:23
And in the case of politicians, they just write it off as a "Congressional Junket"

works every time !

countrygun
05-04-2012, 20:27
So the "Bullet proof, Secret Service Chastity Belts" are still a workable plan?

VN350X10
05-04-2012, 20:32
Might be a possible, with the right marketing !

ChuteTheMall
05-05-2012, 21:52
˙sıpɹɐʇ ǝɥʇ uı ɹǝʇıɔɐdɐɔ xnןɟ ǝɥʇ ʇno pǝʇɹoɥs ʎpoqǝɯos

samurairabbi
05-05-2012, 22:10
˙sıpɹɐʇ ǝɥʇ uı ɹǝʇıɔɐdɐɔ xnןɟ ǝɥʇ ʇno pǝʇɹoɥs ʎpoqǝɯos

The spec said four MICROfarad, not four FARAD! No wonder things are fouled up; that much capacitance would short out the Borg Collective!

VN350X10
05-05-2012, 22:14
Oh Crap !

I told Mongo to hook up the blender.......

call Engineer151515 STAT !!

Bullman
05-05-2012, 22:34
This is gonna taste like.......................... :puking:

VN350X10
05-05-2012, 22:38
O.K. I guess the rec-room bar on TARDIS is closed for a bit......


Sorry 'bout that !


(wonder WHAT he hooked the blender to ?)

countrygun
05-05-2012, 22:40
There is no chance of us reaching ludicrous speed now

VN350X10
05-05-2012, 22:43
there is no such thing as a "ludicrous" speed.....


faster IS better !

Glockdude1
05-06-2012, 05:17
˙sıpɹɐʇ ǝɥʇ uı ɹǝʇıɔɐdɐɔ xnןɟ ǝɥʇ ʇno pǝʇɹoɥs ʎpoqǝɯos

˙˙˙˙˙˙˙˙˙suǝddɐɥ ʇɐɥʇ uǝɥʍ ʇı ǝʇɐɥ ı

:supergrin:

VN350X10
05-06-2012, 08:29
Uh, Rabbi,....has anyone SEEN Mongo since this started ?:dunno:

I can't seem to locate him anywhee that he normally hides...

ChuteTheMall
05-06-2012, 08:52
Uh, Rabbi,....has anyone SEEN Mongo since this started ?:dunno:

I can't seem to locate him anywhee that he normally hides...

Maybe he used the tardis to hide in the future on the next page??:headscratch:

ChuteTheMall
05-06-2012, 08:52
MOVED to Page 614:rofl::banana:

_The_Shadow
05-06-2012, 10:55
˙sıpɹɐʇ ǝɥʇ uı ɹǝʇıɔɐdɐɔ xnןɟ ǝɥʇ ʇno pǝʇɹoɥs ʎpoqǝɯos

I didn't xnןɟ with it! :wow:

VN350X10
05-06-2012, 13:34
Not possible.....

While Mongo is competent to co-pilot TARDIS, he has not yet solo'd & the onboard over-ride controls won't let him do anything to hurt himself, TARDIS or us !

I'm planning a BBQ so I know he's going to turn up in a day or so.
Hope he's not hiding thinking that I'm going to punish him for a small mistake...
uncle would never do that. Use it as a learning experience, yes, but punish, never.

Even if I wanted to, HerMajesty Geesie I would have my hide, and NOT in a good way !

ChuteTheMall
05-06-2012, 14:07
Hope he's not hiding thinking that I'm going to punish him for a small mistake...
uncle would never do that. Use it as a learning experience, yes, but punish, never.


You can tell each time that he learned something because another toe is missing.
:shocked:

samurairabbi
05-06-2012, 14:16
Uh, Rabbi,....has anyone SEEN Mongo since this started ?:dunno:

I can't seem to locate him anywhee that he normally hides...

Mongo is currently "operating on detached duty status". If you want to ask what THAT is, then here is my reply: Don't ask!

VN350X10
05-06-2012, 18:57
No, it's just that since this weekend was the opening of "The Avengers", someone might mistake him for the Hulk or worse & try to get his autograph.....
I don't wany him traumatized. It'll take weeks to get him out of his shell if that happpens !
I'm actually fond of him & don't want any harm to come to him.

Perhaps HerMajesty could help ?
Could you contact her Rabbi ? In the mean time, I'll resume my search for Mongo.


uncle

samurairabbi
05-06-2012, 20:58
Perhaps HerMajesty could help ?
Could you contact her Rabbi ? In the mean time, I'll resume my search for Mongo.

uncle

I shall raise the subject with HerMajesty at the next audience she deigns to grant me.

As far as your continuing search for Mongo: Mongo will be found when Mongo WISHES to be found.

VN350X10
05-06-2012, 22:03
Wishes to be found, or is persuaded to reveal his location....


"Ve haf our vays uf doing dese tingz"....:whistling:

samurairabbi
05-06-2012, 22:31
Wishes to be found, or is persuaded to reveal his location....

"Ve haf our vays uf doing dese tingz"....:whistling:
Hmmmmm ... Wouldn't it be necessary to FIRST find Mongo in order to interrogate him about why you can't find him? I think this contradiction would be obvious even to a myopic 10-Ringer! (Pardon my redundancy)

_The_Shadow
05-07-2012, 09:05
There was that matter of the "tracking chip" which also had GPS loacator via the 4G cellular systems...however, this gets sketchy in the outer galatic relm.

If Mongo has gone off with Her Majesty Geesie to another shoe bazzar, they are not likely to be located, due to jamming protocals...:faint:

VN350X10
05-07-2012, 09:09
:whistling:

VN350X10
05-07-2012, 09:10
No, no shoe bizzare this time....
Mongo is hiding, HerMajesty is ensconced in her private apartment & TARDIS is right outside uncle's window at this time. And no, it's not a holographic image, I personally fixed the blender.(at this time, I refuse to say exactly what Mongo had it hooked to)
Suffice to say, it wasn't a N.S.F. compiant hook-up !:faint:

countrygun
05-07-2012, 11:31
Well on the positive side, at least we know that we don't know which is far better than not knowing that we don't know because if we don't know, that we don't know, we might make "assumptions" (which are the mother of all %^&*ups) Considering the vast amount of things that we know we don't know, that, in itself, constitutes a vast amount of knowledge and we should be quite proud of ourselves for how much we actually know that we don't know.

Taterhead
05-07-2012, 13:14
Well on the positive side, at least we know that we don't know which is far better than not knowing that we don't know because if we don't know, that we don't know, we might make "assumptions" (which are the mother of all %^&*ups) Considering the vast amount of things that we know we don't know, that, in itself, constitutes a vast amount of knowledge and we should be quite proud of ourselves for how much we actually know that we don't know.

Precisely! Perfectly articulated.

ChuteTheMall
05-07-2012, 13:27
Well on the positive side, at least we know that we don't know which is far better than not knowing that we don't know because if we don't know, that we don't know, we might make "assumptions" (which are the mother of all %^&*ups) Considering the vast amount of things that we know we don't know, that, in itself, constitutes a vast amount of knowledge and we should be quite proud of ourselves for how much we actually know that we don't know.

I knew it.

_The_Shadow
05-07-2012, 13:37
They said knowledge is power, "The Shadow Knows" what they thought they knew, which really wasn't known to be known! If I knew better, I'd say we are talking in circles, around the round table! :whistling:

Pass a Brew to me and to you so we can do, what we do, that we may do, that vodoo, we do so well!:shocked:

:cheers:

VN350X10
05-07-2012, 13:48
I don't know about that......

countrygun
05-07-2012, 14:19
I don't know about that......



But, at least, you know that you don't know, If you didn't know that you didn't know about that, it would mean that either you didn't consider whether or not you knew about that, or that you lacked to ability to conclude whether you knew about that, ergo the fact that you know that you don't know shows a proper amount of "mens rea" to validate a conclusion should you find yourself in a position of knowing about that. This is a preferential position to occupy, vis-a-vis conclusive ablities, than one occupied by someone who didn't know that they didn't know about that. Of cousre given the covert nature of that and the rammification and potential implications of that perhaps it would be most efficacious to simply for the pro tem, say that "the less said about that the better"

samurairabbi
05-07-2012, 19:00
But, at least, you know that you don't know, If you didn't know that you didn't know about that, it would mean that either you didn't consider whether or not you knew about that, or that you lacked to ability to conclude whether you knew about that, ergo the fact that you know that you don't know shows a proper amount of "mens rea" to validate a conclusion should you find yourself in a position of knowing about that.

Okay ... ... ... but what if you don't CARE!

VN350X10
05-07-2012, 20:01
Caring depends upon the relative value one places on knowledge.........or not.

samurairabbi
05-07-2012, 20:23
Caring depends upon the relative value one places on knowledge.........or not.
If you don't know whether or not you care ... then would it matter whether or not you care about whether or not you know ...

(This is getting heavy, even by Dungeon doubletalk ... Whoops! ... by Dungeon scholarly analyis standards. I think I will alleviate my increased mental aggravation level by sneaking into the Post-Weekend Lagoon Recovery Blowout. My cellphone will be covered by Dungeon admin and embezzlement staffers, in case anything really hot breaks while I am otherwise engaged.)

countrygun
05-07-2012, 22:26
Okay ... ... ... but what if you don't CARE!


:dunno:I dunno, that isn't my area of expertise.

VN350X10
05-08-2012, 00:07
Actually, this can stop as soon as Mongo shows up....:dunno:....or not ?

samurairabbi
05-08-2012, 10:33
Actually, this can stop as soon as Mongo shows up....:dunno:....or not ?

... but then, perhaps Mongo savors playing with our heads by keeping his current status up in the air.

VN350X10
05-08-2012, 12:34
I don't think that he can flap his arms THAT fast.....

_The_Shadow
05-08-2012, 12:43
MOVED to Page 615:rofl:

Look up in the sky, its a bird, no its a plane, No! Its MONGO!

Look OUT!

VN350X10
05-08-2012, 12:53
1) When any creature is above your head, you do NOT look up to see what's going on !!:faint:

countrygun
05-08-2012, 13:06
1) When any creature is above your head, you do NOT look up to see what's going on !!:faint:


Living on the coast around seagulls, I will stand by this statement.

VN350X10
05-08-2012, 19:45
Sounds like C.G. speaks from experience.....



and this would be doubly true if the "UFO" in question might be Mongo !:wow:

VN350X10
05-11-2012, 11:34
Still no Mongo sightings ??

After a COMPLETE check, I know he's not hiding anywhere onboard TARDIS. Gotta love the security scan system.
I did find the 8 missing cases of "N"Sweat Lager thou.....:rofl:

countrygun
05-11-2012, 17:33
Sounds like C.G. speaks from experience.....






That ain't clown paint

samurairabbi
05-11-2012, 18:23
I did find the 8 missing cases of "N"Sweat Lager thou.....:rofl:

I congratulate you on conducting a diligent search. Of course, it was actually FOURTEEN cases that had mysteriously disappeared. The still-missing 6 cases constitute the Dungeon embezzled cut of the take. The fact that we "appropriated" 6 out 14 cases should not be taken as a violation of our officially sanctioned 39% embezzlement rate; to hold EXACTLY to the 39% rate would have meant breaking up a case in mid-embezzlement, always a practice discouraged by BOTH embezzler AND embezzlee. We will make up the embezzled overage by assuming some part of the otherwise non-Dungeon-chargeable expenses for the next Lagoon blowout.

VN350X10
05-11-2012, 20:24
Works for me....

By the way Rabbi, are you missing a case of '59 LaFeet ? Had one of those show up also, but it was put in a safe-house.


uncle

_The_Shadow
05-11-2012, 20:36
There were a couple of cases of this bouquet hiding at the safe house...Much like Mongo they are now gone...Burrrrrrrrrb!

http://ts1.mm.bing.net/images/thumbnail.aspx?q=4511764938556300&id=48c0452eb5bfa8afd9415e2f12e8f213&url=http%3a%2f%2fwww.heatherhillfarms.com%2fprodimages%2fred-muscadine-wine.jpghttp://ts2.mm.bing.net/images/thumbnail.aspx?q=4847987853952529&id=19728de5be1a1f5167e3cdbaf99d8660&url=http%3a%2f%2fwww.heatherhillfarms.com%2fprodimages%2fwhite-muscadine-wine.jpg

Da Red is Sweet, with scents of a warm Southern evening. Light-bodied, but flavorful.
Da White is Sweet, the taste of the American South. Clean, fresh finish.

VN350X10
05-11-2012, 20:38
Shadow, it seems that we are using 2 different safe-houses. The '59 is staring me in the face as I type this. But alas, still no Mongo.


uncle

_The_Shadow
05-11-2012, 21:17
Thats a good posibility, I at the safe house in the south...House of the Rising Son down in New Orleans! LOL! No sign of Mongo down here?

ADK_40GLKr
05-12-2012, 05:47
I bought a wooden whistle but it wooden whistle. So I bought a steel whistle and it steel wooden whistle.

Then I bought a tin whithle, and now I tin whithle.*

I have a baby 10, does that count?
One is both the same as the other.

* Boys Life, May, 1956

VN350X10
05-12-2012, 09:41
Better watch out Shadow, that house has been the ruin of many a po' boy......

But no sign of Mongo there either, huh ?


Welcome ADK...........

There's no such thing as a "baby 10".....that's rerfered to as a ".40 Short&Weak", or it's other name, .40 "Specially for Women".

oh, also, that 16ga has to go.......Wait, I retract that, after seeing your location, the 16 is an east coast oddity, it can stay. Just don't play with it when you're with the big boys, they'll laugh at it.

Welcome to 8:40 PM.


uncle albert

countrygun
05-12-2012, 10:15
Then I bought a tin whithle, and now I tin whithle.*

I have a baby 10, does that count?
One is both the same as the other.

* Boys Life, May, 1956


Keep your whistle clean or it won't get blown.

Bullman
05-12-2012, 10:23
Better watch out Shadow, that house has been the ruin of many a po' boy......


uncle albert

And God I know I'm one, lol

Keep your whistle clean or it won't get blown.

Oh, really??? guess that makes sense though.

Bullman
05-12-2012, 10:26
by the way, Mongo stopped through here a while back, I had been working on a hat for him that would hold two kegs of N*ppl* Sweat so he could have one of those drink hats. He said something about being in need of a good road trip. Been some time ago though.

samurairabbi
05-12-2012, 14:27
Thats a good posibility, I at the safe house in the south...House of the Rising Son down in New Orleans! LOL! No sign of Mongo down here?

The House of the Rising Sun has much in common with the Hotel Californian: they both ruin you, you can check out any time you like, but you can never leave!

countrygun
05-12-2012, 14:35
URGENT COMMUNICATION:

I must get in contact with the R&D authroritatum.

I have an idea that could make millions but it must be acted upon immediately.

My wife just brought home some "extremely low acid/high sugar, tomatos. Now with my background I don't see why, with a low acid content these could not be used to brew liquor, this would greatly speed up the process of making "Bloody Marys". If we can be the first to get this to market we could all become rich and famous and have super models falling all over us. Well, more than my usual amount of super models that is.

VN350X10
05-12-2012, 16:45
Tomato based vodka.....it has possibilities.

EXCEPT.....I prerfer my drinks to have flavor, hence, I make Bloody Mary's with Gin.
Bombay Saphire is a good start.

_The_Shadow
05-12-2012, 16:52
Better watch out Shadow, that house has been the ruin of many a po' boy......
uncle albert

That being said, OBAMY is making me a po'er boy! <$ :faint:

samurairabbi writes; The House of the Rising Sun has much in common with the
Hotel Californian: they both ruin you, you can check out any time you like, but you can never leave!

Why would I want to leave here? :dunno: Louisiana has a lot to offer!
Food, Fish, Crabs, Shrimp, Oysters, Crawfish, Hot Sauce, Beverages and Great Food! :supergrin:

VN350X10
05-12-2012, 17:02
I can think of 2 reasons to leave.....

1) Hurricanes.....don't see them up here on the North end of the Lagoon.

2) Zydeco music.....need I say more.

uncle

ADK_40GLKr
05-12-2012, 17:46
Better watch out Shadow, that house has been the ruin of many a po' boy......

But no sign of Mongo there either, huh ?


Welcome ADK...........

There's no such thing as a "baby 10".....that's rerfered to as a ".40 Short&Weak", or it's other name, .40 "Specially for Women".

oh, also, that 16ga has to go.......Wait, I retract that, after seeing your location, the 16 is an east coast oddity, it can stay. Just don't play with it when you're with the big boys, they'll laugh at it.

Welcome to 8:40 PM.


uncle albert

I'm so sorry, Uncle Albert
but my 16, it blows yo' 10 away....:tongueout:

samurairabbi
05-12-2012, 19:53
Why would I want to leave here? :dunno: Louisiana has a lot to offer!
Food, Fish, Crabs, Shrimp, Oysters, Crawfish, Hot Sauce, Beverages and Great Food! :supergrin:

You underestimate the administrative capability of the Dungeon admin types.

We establish a Louisiana franchise of the Hotel Californian. Gives you the best of ALL worlds!

_The_Shadow
05-12-2012, 22:18
"franchise of the Hotel Californian" it might work over there but not here...
Louisiana is the Sportsman's Paradise come hurricane or high water it's all about the Food, Fish, Crabs, Shrimp, Oysters, Crawfish, Hot Sauce, Beverages and did I mention the Great Food!

BTW word on Burbon Street is that MONGO was parading around and dancing with a Vodoo MaMa...Maybe he is visiting her for mothers' day?

VN350X10
05-12-2012, 23:02
Now THAT I could believe ! His family IS a bit "different".....

Hope he brings back some recipies too !


ADK....don't bet the farm on that one.....

ChuteTheMall
05-13-2012, 06:40
MOVED to Page 616




:banana:

VN350X10
05-13-2012, 18:39
When you think about it, it IS Mother's day & Mongo does love his mommie !

It all makes sense now.

samurairabbi
05-13-2012, 18:54
When you think about it, it IS Mother's day & Mongo does love his mommie !

It all makes sense now.

Accurate, yet only marginally relevant.

Reality is a crutch for people who can't handle beer!

countrygun
05-13-2012, 19:02
When you think about it, it IS Mother's day & Mongo does love his mommie !

It all makes sense now.


"the more things make sense, the further you have gone down the wrong path of thought"

VN350X10
05-14-2012, 09:45
With Mongo, you don't go down that path very far......:wow:

samurairabbi
05-15-2012, 11:32
Mongo is back for a while. He was occupied with providing physical cover for the Dungeon during our Chase stock shorting operation. Now that the Chase losses have hit the publicity fan, and the Dungeon has taken its gain, Mongo is released back to more "conventional" duty.

When Mongo has the targetted financial types compressed behind the piano, it is hilarious (and profitable) to watch!

countrygun
05-15-2012, 12:52
http://i1231.photobucket.com/albums/ee518/CountryG/Mongo.png

VN350X10
05-15-2012, 18:00
Rabbi, you could have let on just a bit, I was beginning to worry......
After all, Mongo is a kind, sweet, caring & sensitive individual & it would be terrible if some evil person or persons were to take advantage of him.....
(other than US) :whistling:

samurairabbi
05-16-2012, 05:03
Rabbi, you could have let on just a bit, I was beginning to worry......
I apologize for withholding such updates. When shorting an outfit like Chase, even our 10mm-armed crew must be VERY careful in its conduct.

eruby
05-16-2012, 10:08
He spoke. And drank rapidly a glass of water.

_The_Shadow
05-16-2012, 13:44
Mongo did swing by New Orleans...

http://i1086.photobucket.com/albums/j441/_The_Shadow/Mongo.png

VN350X10
05-16-2012, 22:54
At least we now know that Mongo's O.K.

On that note, we can resume partying....

16:00 hrs, uncle's place, north end of the Lagoon !
We've got a new Slushie machine to break in !

samurairabbi
05-17-2012, 14:44
On that note, we can resume partying....

Resume? ... What's this "resume" shtick? Resuming partying presupposes a measurable prior ceasation of partying. The only event in the Lagoon archives that might even be CLOSE to such an event would be that time when, due to a Dungeon error, there was a 6-minute gap in beer service when we had that problem with the nitrogen feed on the beer tap purge system during the transition from the afternoon beer selection to the early evening setup.

I must confess to a SECOND error in Dungeon activity. When we first read your post, we thought you were discussing submitting job resumes for Lagoon partying employment. It took a while for us to comprehend your actual meaning.

_The_Shadow
05-17-2012, 15:13
We never close! :supergrin:

Sometimes we slow down! :tongueout:

samurairabbi
05-17-2012, 15:44
Sometimes we slow down! :tongueout:
We don't slow down! ... ... ... We throttle back.

countrygun
05-17-2012, 15:49
Resume? ... What's this "resume" shtick? Resuming partying presupposes a measurable prior ceasation of partying. The only event in the Lagoon archives that might even be CLOSE to such an event would be that time when, due to a Dungeon error, there was a 6-minute gap in beer service when we had that problem with the nitrogen feed on the beer tap purge system during the transition from the afternoon beer selection to the early evening setup.




OHh the HUMANITY!

How many members were forced to open their personal survival kits during the tragedy?

VN350X10
05-17-2012, 18:20
Contrary to popular opinion, MY people were dilligently searching for Mongo, and therefore lost VALUABLE partying time, myself included....:crying:
There are SOME of us who still take responsibility in important matters, and act accoardingly ! :dunno:


uncle

samurairabbi
05-17-2012, 18:28
OHh the HUMANITY!

How many members were forced to open their personal survival kits during the tragedy?

Actually, the cunning Dungeon types (pardon my redundancy) were able to instantly devise a course of action that averted so horrible an eventuality as raiding personal survival kits.

When the FBI bailed out of the 10mm, the Dungeon Logistics crew glommed onto a chunk of their remaining stock of NORMA 10mm ammo. We have kept it stashed in a hiding place in the Dungeon as a reserve for a truly important emergency. That six-minute beer stoppage constituted such an emergency. We pulled out part of our stash, priced it to make it generously attractive to the 10mm faithful, and announced it when the beer stoppage was first noticed. The 10-Ringers went berserk, bought us out, and by the time they got their ammo stashed in THEIR hiding places and got back to their raucous inebriated debauched revelry, the beer stoppage had been resolved.

We Dungeon types congratulated ourselves on our "slick move."

VN350X10
05-17-2012, 18:35
Some of us still have some Norma left......




and a great gal she is !

jprj
05-17-2012, 20:32
For more than a month now, Panatag Shoal (Scarborough Shoal) is the scene of a tense territorial standoff between the Philippines and China.

samurairabbi
05-17-2012, 20:47
For more than a month now, Panatag Shoal (Scarborough Shoal) is the scene of a tense territorial standoff between the Philippines and China.

Hmmmmm ... Got your bomb shelter in good order?

We'll set you up as guest of honor at the next Lagoon blowout. What are your libation preferences?

jprj
05-17-2012, 20:57
In respect for the dead, lets do the chinese custom. Lets burn paper for them.

samurairabbi
05-17-2012, 21:17
In respect for the dead, lets do the chinese custom. Lets burn paper for them.

Hmmmm ... Paper is cellulose ... Much modern gunpowder is nitro-cellulose ... Quite similar ... Does this mean we are respecting the dead whenever we fire our 10mm Glocks?

jprj
05-17-2012, 21:30
I like the analogy. I'll buy that. And I have to share that to my friends :)

samurairabbi
05-17-2012, 21:49
I like the analogy. I'll buy that. And I have to share that to my friends :)

I am glad to have been of service.

If any of your crew shoot 10mm, please guard against firing that caliber in an improper direction. Such shooting could turn Suraigo Strait into Suraigo Sea.

Taterhead
05-17-2012, 21:54
Does this mean we are respecting the dead whenever we fire our 10mm Glocks?

Sometimes 10mm Glocks frighten the dead back to life.

Hence the sudden increase in zombie sightings beginning circa 1991.

VN350X10
05-17-2012, 22:34
Ve can vake dem up.......



und ve can put dem back down !

countrygun
05-17-2012, 22:58
Actually, the cunning Dungeon types (pardon my redundancy) were able to instantly devise a course of action that averted so horrible an eventuality as raiding personal survival kits.

When the FBI bailed out of the 10mm, the Dungeon Logistics crew glommed onto a chunk of their remaining stock of NORMA 10mm ammo. We have kept it stashed in a hiding place in the Dungeon as a reserve for a truly important emergency. That six-minute beer stoppage constituted such an emergency. We pulled out part of our stash, priced it to make it generously attractive to the 10mm faithful, and announced it when the beer stoppage was first noticed. The 10-Ringers went berserk, bought us out, and by the time they got their ammo stashed in THEIR hiding places and got back to their raucous inebriated debauched revelry, the beer stoppage had been resolved.

We Dungeon types congratulated ourselves on our "slick move."


Ah, so. Reminds me of the last gunshow I was at many moons ago. I got tired of the crowd and started a rumor that there was a guy in the parking lot with two boxes of Norma 10mm he wanted to sell. In less than 10 minutes I had the place to myself.

VN350X10
05-18-2012, 09:12
You probably started 2 stampedes......

People running FOR the 10MM ammo :cool: & Wimps running FROM the 10MM ammo !:crying:

Don't you realise that real 10MM can cause people to die from shock & cause cattle to mis-carry ?:rofl:


uncle

_The_Shadow
05-18-2012, 21:02
I met Mis-Carry she had a son named harakiri (腹切り, after he sliced his belly he became a teletubby...:rofl:

ChuteTheMall
05-18-2012, 21:20
I thought Harry Carey was a sports announcer?

VN350X10
05-19-2012, 10:06
Yeah he was.......Both for the Chicago White Sux & the Chicago Cubs......

By the time for the 7th inning stretch, for old Harry, it was the 7th inning SLOSH !:tongueout:

Because of his appearance, I oft wondered if Drew Carry is his illigetimate offspring...:dunno:...?

Bullman
05-19-2012, 11:19
Yeah he was.......Both for the Chicago White Sux & the Chicago Cubs......

By the time for the 7th inning stretch, for old Harry, it was the 7th inning SLOSH !:tongueout:

Because of his appearance, I oft wondered if Drew Carry is his illigetimate offspring...:dunno:...?

You know, You mentioning that kind of makes me think of those glasses that Drew used to wear...... power of suggestion certainly starts making me conjure up ideas of a resemblance:rofl::whistling:

VN350X10
05-19-2012, 17:25
So it's not just me.......

_The_Shadow
05-19-2012, 17:54
Drew Carry...The "Price is Right"...No Bob Barker!

countrygun
05-19-2012, 18:29
Drew Carey reminds me of the original Beretta "Cougar" when it was introduced years ago.

It came in with a lot af flash and attention.

It didn't do anything that wasn't being done already.

It weighed too much for what it did.

It looked odd.

it cost way too much money for what it did.

It disappeared rapidly

It's clone (s) have surpassed it.

VN350X10
05-19-2012, 21:11
He was great in his comedy series, playing of "Mimi" as a perfect foil for a lot of the comedy.

I mean, how do you get a funnier backdrop for comedy than "Kleve-Land" (ref. "Howard the Duck")
As a replacement for Barker........eh, ..not so much.

ChuteTheMall
05-19-2012, 21:46
http://i50.tinypic.com/yfn7b.jpghttp://i50.tinypic.com/1zqvu9w.jpg

VN350X10
05-20-2012, 09:15
Appears that he's porked a bit since leaving Uncle Sam's Motorcycle Club........

countrygun
05-20-2012, 11:30
You can always tell a Marine
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not very ^$&% much
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but you can always tell 'em.

VN350X10
05-20-2012, 14:18
All you have to tell a Marine is what you want destroyed.......


They're trained to do the rest !


Semper Fi !

_The_Shadow
05-20-2012, 14:41
All you have to tell a Marine is what you want destroyed.......
They're trained to do the rest !
Semper Fi !

Kind of like Firemen, Jack of all trades and Master of one! :ffighter:

samurairabbi
05-20-2012, 14:44
All you have to tell a Marine is what you want destroyed.......

They're trained to do the rest !

Semper Fi !

I offer this old story:

A newly elected president asks how the various armed forces branches would execute the order "Secure that building!" He gets these replies:

The Marines would level the place, round up any opposition survivors that DID make it out of the building, and move on to the next objective.

The Army would post a guard at the door.

The Navy would turn out the lights and lock the door.

The Air Force would sign a three-year lease with option to buy!

VN350X10
05-20-2012, 19:11
Like the Air Force during VietNam.....

They flew in from Guam, said "HI THERE" & left, making it back to base in time for coctail hour.

(R.I.P. MSgt.(?) William Roberts, loading crew ground chief)

A buddy of mine that stuffed the bellies of B-52's full ! We kidded him that he got there because he couldn't spell "Nam" so ended up on Guam !

samurairabbi
05-21-2012, 07:05
IMPORTANT DUNGEON ADMINISTRATIVE ANNOUNCEMENT

In accordance with provisions of the Joint Penthouse/Dungeon Administrative Protocols, I make this announcement: I am in mourning over Kristen Wiig's departure from Saturday Night Live.

Be assured that there will be NO DEGRADATION WHATSOEVER to 10-Ring logistics and admin during my incapacitation. I anticipate that the inebriated 10-Ringers (pardon my redundancy) will continue to see the high level of service expected of the Lagoon Resort Facility.

Updates pertaining to my recovery from this condition will be available through the usual channels, in case anyone actually gives a damn.

_The_Shadow
05-21-2012, 07:51
Trying!

http://i773.photobucket.com/albums/yy12/draik4123/processing.gif

samurairabbi
05-21-2012, 14:28
Oh, the injustice of it all! In my time of grief, my hopes of obtaining moral support have been spurned! ... weep, sob, choke! My tragic desperation knows no bounds!

Oh well. I'll demonstrate stalwart resolution by sneaking into tonight's Lagoon Blowout for some R&R. Perhaps a spot of partying between counts of our embezzled take will assuage my misery.

VN350X10
05-21-2012, 16:37
Rabbi, you haven't "sneaked" since you were 12 years old, stealing apples from the old lady down the street !

Somehow, a full brass section that would eclipse the UCLA Marching Band announcing your arrival doesn't meet my criteria for "sneak".

(a mere formality)

samurairabbi
05-21-2012, 16:50
Rabbi, you haven't "sneaked" since you were 12 years old, stealing apples from the old lady down the street !

Somehow, a full brass section that would eclipse the UCLA Marching Band announcing your arrival doesn't meet my criteria for "sneak".

(a mere formality)

Actually, even at age 12, I was showing early promise. That old lady down the street from whom I copped apples recognized my potential; she now owns 23 Kroger stores.

If ya' DO decide to crash a Lagoon blowout, why not crash it with some style!

ChuteTheMall
05-21-2012, 17:00
Somehow, a full brass section that would eclipse the UCLA Marching Band announcing your arrival doesn't meet my criteria for "sneak".

(a mere formality)

http://i46.tinypic.com/1zd3ija.jpg

ChuteTheMall
05-21-2012, 17:00
MOVED to Page 618


:rofl:

samurairabbi
05-21-2012, 17:18
http://i46.tinypic.com/1zd3ija.jpg

... and those cockamaimie horns guarantee that South Africa will never again host an international sports tournament!

VN350X10
05-21-2012, 17:40
looks like that group is having a "ball".......:faint:

samurairabbi
05-22-2012, 22:43
My mourning period has concluded. Back to scholarly research, embezzlement, and illicit Lagoon partying. If there was any accumulation of ideas for good tax scams during my incapacitation, leave the writeups on my desk.

ChuteTheMall
05-22-2012, 22:52
My mourning period has concluded. Back to scholarly research, embezzlement, and illicit Lagoon partying. If there was any accumulation of ideas for good tax scams during my incapacitation, leave the writeups on my desk.

Sorry, we sold your desk on Craigslist.:embarassed:

samurairabbi
05-23-2012, 06:31
Sorry, we sold your desk on Craigslist.:embarassed:

Who do you think bought it?

Restarting exhausted depreciation on an asset is one of the quiet pleasures we savor down here in the Dungeon.

countrygun
05-23-2012, 10:55
One of the advantages to having multiple , accounting, sub divisions. a $200 desk, bought and re-sold can save many times over it's initial purchase price.


Especially if it is a Classic antique that appreciates in collectors value.

One desk can offset the initial purchase of the 2 seat ragtop delivery vehicle, before it starts it's trip therough the system

samurairabbi
05-23-2012, 16:58
One of the advantages to having multiple , accounting, sub divisions. a $200 desk, bought and re-sold can save many times over it's initial purchase price.


CG, the Dungeon Admin Types are mildly miffed at your comment. Certainly the Senior 10-Ring Dungeon Resident rates something hotter than a $200 desk! Profit from creative depreciation schemes certainly deserves a better head start than a lousy two hundred bucks!

countrygun
05-23-2012, 17:08
CG, the Dungeon Admin Types are mildly miffed at your comment. Certainly the Senior 10-Ring Dungeon Resident rates something hotter than a $200 desk! Profit from creative depreciation schemes certainly deserves a better head start than a lousy two hundred bucks!


Forgive me I was thinking about a start-up company with a minimum profit/maximun return format. Of course I would be glad to sell the desk to the Senior for $2,000 to make sure that proper respect is kept.

samurairabbi
05-23-2012, 17:16
Forgive me I was thinking about a start-up company with a minimum profit/maximun return format. Of course I would be glad to sell the desk to the Senior for $2,000 to make sure that proper respect is kept.

Thank you; the ruffled Dungeon Admin feathers are smoothed out.

Selling us the $200 desk for $2000 is actually not your best move as a small start-up. Instead, lease it to us along with an option to buy; the tax considerations make it a much better move that a common-rabble-inspired outright sale.

countrygun
05-23-2012, 17:27
Thank you; the ruffled Dungeon Admin feathers are smoothed out.

Selling us the $200 desk for $2000 is actually not your best move as a small start-up. Instead, lease it to us along with an option to buy; the tax considerations make it a much better move that a common-rabble-inspired outright sale.


Indeed, but I would rather get it out of, what some might call my "possession", before another party comes along and makes some silly claim that they actually had temporary possession of it before they left their office unlocked. Drawing up all that paperwork might cause certain "entanglements" to hinder the transfer

samurairabbi
05-23-2012, 17:47
Indeed, but I would rather get it out of, what some might call my "possession", before another party comes along and makes some silly claim that they actually had temporary possession of it before they left their office unlocked. Drawing up all that paperwork might cause certain "entanglements" to hinder the transfer
In this case, your thesis requires significant conceptual revision. Think of the hassle YOU can cause THEM!

VN350X10
05-23-2012, 20:14
We could just consider you a religious organization, DONATE the desk, and then take our usual incredibly inflated deduction for it's value.


I'm sure that the desk is worth, oh, say, $12,874.67, plus our deductible for delivering it, tack on another $200.00 ?

Sound fair ?


uncle

countrygun
05-23-2012, 20:25
We could just consider you a religious organization, DONATE the desk, and then take our usual incredibly inflated deduction for it's value.


I'm sure that the desk is worth, oh, say, $12,874.67, plus our deductible for delivering it, tack on another $200.00 ?

Sound fair ?


uncle


No, i sort of have the desk and need a place to fence,,,er a good home for it.

On the other hand I have considered opening the "First Frisbetarian Church"

VN350X10
05-24-2012, 20:12
Well, we COULD do baptisms in the Lagoon, but it might not be wise to ordain Mongo, at least not just yet.
The last creature that he held underwater drowned......not unexpected, except that the creature was a shark !

samurairabbi
05-26-2012, 07:53
The last creature that he held underwater drowned......not unexpected, except that the creature was a shark !

A little-known piece of historical trivia:

When Chief Brody took out Jaws with his M1/airtank jury-rig, the shark was actually fleeing from Mongo's pursuit! Better to face a battle rifle with a scuba tank stuck in your mouth than go up against Mongo.

ChuteTheMall
05-27-2012, 18:26
On the other hand I have considered opening the "First Frisbetarian Church"

I went to one of their funerals.

They ended it with "He ain't dead; he's just stuck on the roof."

countrygun
05-27-2012, 18:54
I went to one of their funerals.

They ended it with "He ain't dead; he's just stuck on the roof."


Yup

"When you die, your soul goes up on the garage roof and you can't get it down"

VN350X10
05-27-2012, 19:58
That's real bad if you're dangling from a parachute.....

samurairabbi
05-28-2012, 20:05
That's real bad if you're dangling from a parachute.....
... Just hangin' out ...

_The_Shadow
05-28-2012, 20:40
That's real bad if you're dangling from a parachute.....

Areial Targets! :wow:

Bullman
05-29-2012, 06:07
Now we are moving into my sort of talk.. Shotguns.


PULL.






But we shouldn't let the clays land on the garage roof, that means I would be shooting towards the garage and I don't want to pepper the Packard.

ChuteTheMall
05-29-2012, 10:54
Don't packer the Peppard.












http://i46.tinypic.com/2djoqa9.jpg

I love it whan a plan comes together.

ChuteTheMall
05-29-2012, 11:00
http://i47.tinypic.com/34si2cn.jpg

ChuteTheMall
05-29-2012, 11:00
http://i48.tinypic.com/w8vrzd.jpg
This Rooger never killed anyone, but it blew up a bunch of cars.

ChuteTheMall
05-29-2012, 11:01
MOVED to Page 619:rofl:

ChuteTheMall
05-29-2012, 11:04
http://i50.tinypic.com/732i4n.jpg

I pity the fool

countrygun
05-29-2012, 11:49
http://i50.tinypic.com/732i4n.jpg

I pity the fool



Do you get a free airsoft mini-14 with that model?

ChuteTheMall
05-29-2012, 12:13
Do you get a free airsoft mini-14 with that model?

Only if you can get 4 large heavily armed dudes with bad attitudes to ride in it.

http://i48.tinypic.com/2zy8tv6.jpg

Bullman
05-29-2012, 12:45
Do you get a free airsoft mini-14 with that model?

More like one of those cork popguns.:supergrin:

_The_Shadow
05-30-2012, 18:18
I was thinking..."spit ball shooter" Chew and shoot!

http://a5.mzstatic.com/us/r1000/020/Purple/2a/72/07/mzm.vvhnwlxn.175x175-75.jpg

New improved model...
http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6175/6193536185_a74f089d34.jpg

samurairabbi
05-30-2012, 20:06
New improved model...
http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6175/6193536185_a74f089d34.jpg

Impressive piece of hardware! Is it available in 10mm?

_The_Shadow
05-30-2012, 20:13
It must be if its a SHADOW model! :whistling: LOL

It seems to preferes the TC's...
Tasty Chew :rofl:

countrygun
05-31-2012, 21:23
I have recently been struck with a flash of brilliance.

the John Edwards situation has convinced me that campaign finance in the US needs an overhaul. It seems to me that the Country would be best served with a centeralized "Campaign Bank" It would control the donations and expenditures of all national political candidates. Given the sordid, corrupt, and generally dirty nature od politics, and the average American's views on the subject, this operation should be free of political entanglement and therefore a private enterprise meets the need. Of course the charges for such a service would be considerable due to the distasteful need to deal with politicians, sort of like being a political proctologist. All donations to any campaign would be made directly to the bank and placed in the candidates account, after a service charge, and expenditures paid for, after a service charge, and monthly statements issued, after a service charge.

Now I am sure some clever minds could find a way to make this pay off.

ChuteTheMall
05-31-2012, 21:58
I don't wanna pay ATM fees ever again, and I want free checking for life. If that's OK, count me in.

countrygun
05-31-2012, 22:00
I don't wanna pay ATM fees ever again, and I want free checking for life. If that's OK, count me in.


Which candidates account would you like it from?:supergrin:

Taterhead
05-31-2012, 22:14
Now I am sure some clever minds could find a way to make this pay off.

Great idea CG.

SR, I assume that you are already well under way with the number crunching on this? The usual dungeon admin fee, no doubt?

ChuteTheMall
05-31-2012, 22:15
Which candidates account would you like it from?:supergrin:

Drain Obama's stash.

_The_Shadow
06-01-2012, 09:58
Let's not forget the monies the media gets from the campaign for advertising these lying poly ticks! :whistling: We should tap that resource as well, after all that would redistribute the wealth! :wow:

Taterhead
06-01-2012, 17:00
Let's not forget the monies the media gets from the campaign for advertising these lying poly ticks! :whistling: We should tap that resource as well, after all that would redistribute the wealth! :wow:

The Shadow has a better grasp of economic fundamentals than all of DC.

Speaking of tap, it is about beer:30.

Cheers.

samurairabbi
06-01-2012, 17:19
Great idea CG.

SR, I assume that you are already well under way with the number crunching on this? The usual dungeon admin fee, no doubt?
The upper echelons of the Dungeon Finance Operation are scoping out the possibilities. We DO have to be careful; campaign finance funds attract all kinds of unwanted publicity, and we would not want reporters snooping around, which would interrupt the continuity of the 10-Ring Lagoon partying.

If we CAN make it work, the cash haul could threaten to overwhelm the transport capability of the Dungeon Embezzlement Logistics Operation. We just might need to add four heavy capacity secure transport vehicles in order to transport the extra swag down to the counting room. We therefore request 10-Ring acquiesence to a 2-week boost in the embezzlement rate; 39.13% should cover it. We would return the favor by assuming a heavier proportion of the expenses for the Lagoon July 4th blowout. Trust us on this one; we can keep things balanced.

Taterhead
06-01-2012, 17:42
The upper echelons of the Dungeon Finance Operation are scoping out the possibilities. We DO have to be careful; campaign finance funds attract all kinds of unwanted publicity, and we would not want reporters snooping around, which would interrupt the continuity of the 10-Ring Lagoon partying.

If we CAN make it work, the cash haul could threaten to overwhelm the transport capability of the Dungeon Embezzlement Logistics Operation. We just might need to add four heavy capacity secure transport vehicles in order to transport the extra swag down to the counting room. We therefore request 10-Ring acquiesence to a 2-week boost in the embezzlement rate; 39.13% should cover it. We would return the favor by assuming a heavier proportion of the expenses for the Lagoon July 4th blowout. Trust us on this one; we can keep things balanced.

Pretty much what I thought.

You have it covered.

Engineer should be able to help with the heavy equipment.

Perhaps I might add one suggestion: We should enlist the talents of the Swedish Bikini team to perform diversionary tactics so as to distract any unwanted attention. Baby oil and some tarps are the only equipment needed. So funding requirements are minimal.

countrygun
06-01-2012, 18:05
The upper echelons of the Dungeon Finance Operation are scoping out the possibilities. We DO have to be careful; campaign finance funds attract all kinds of unwanted publicity, and we would not want reporters snooping around, which would interrupt the continuity of the 10-Ring Lagoon partying.

If we CAN make it work, the cash haul could threaten to overwhelm the transport capability of the Dungeon Embezzlement Logistics Operation. We just might need to add four heavy capacity secure transport vehicles in order to transport the extra swag down to the counting room. We therefore request 10-Ring acquiesence to a 2-week boost in the embezzlement rate; 39.13% should cover it. We would return the favor by assuming a heavier proportion of the expenses for the Lagoon July 4th blowout. Trust us on this one; we can keep things balanced.

But, of course. The well known addage comes in to play,

"It takes money to embezzle money"

There is simply no point in doing it if there isn't the infrastructure available to make the job efficient. I was thinking that we may want to consider opening a cartage, or moving and storage business to provide the private transport of the swag and at the same time allow a depreciation on the vehicles and be able to write off the cost of fuel and sundry expenses involved. As the vehicles are depreciated they could be sold to an offshoot company of mobile massage facilities entitled "feels on wheels".

We would of course need to hire a staff of highly skilled and ,<cough> well qualified personel to open the contribution envelopes. Since there is a gender gap in employment I say we should pick up the slack by employing a disproportionate number of women for this job.

samurairabbi
06-02-2012, 19:51
But, of course. The well known addage comes in to play,

"It takes money to embezzle money"

Permit me to offer still another addage: The embezzlement target must itself have money in order to justify our embezzlement effort.

Or, in the old cartoon of an exasperated Robin Hood telling one of his merry men: Of course we rob from the rich, stupid! How're we even gonna make any money robbing from the poor!

_The_Shadow
06-03-2012, 07:31
Some are so poor to even pay attention! :whistling:

I am sad...it looks like G33 doesn't want to play here anymore... :crying: I suppose its the summer beach sprees! :dunno:

ChuteTheMall
06-03-2012, 08:07
I am sad...it looks like G33 doesn't want to play here anymore... :crying: I suppose its the summer beach sprees! :dunno:

She got banned over that misunderstanding where she thought she was abusing a cabana boy, but ended up stalking a cabin boy.

:suntan::pirates::whip:

_The_Shadow
06-03-2012, 09:02
She got banned over that misunderstanding where she thought she was abusing a cabana boy, but ended up stalking a cabin boy.

:suntan::pirates::whip:

She got banded, damn the luck! :brickwall:
The cabana boy was me, but I wasn't being abused that much! Then I was role playing the cabin boy to continue the scheme of things...:supergrin:

I need to make it up to her! buy her a :drinkie:and entertain her...

_The_Shadow
06-04-2012, 21:04
This showed up in my e-mail today...


Dump the male flight attendants. No one wanted them in the firstplace.

Replace all the female flight attendants with good-lookingstrippers! What the hell, they don't even serve food anymore, so what's theloss?

The strippers would at least triple the alcohol sales and get a 'partyatmosphere' going in the cabin. And, of course, every businessman in thiscountry would start flying again, hoping to see naked women.

Because of the tips, female flight attendants wouldn't need a salary, thussaving even more money. I suspect tips would be so good that we could chargethe women for working the plane and have them kick back 20% of the tips,including lap dances and 'specialservices.'

Muslims would be afraid to get on the planes for fear of seeing naked women.Hijackings would come to a screeching halt, and the airline industry would seerecord revenues.

This is definitely a win-win situation if we handle it right -- a goldenopportunity to turn a liability into an asset.

Why didn't Obama think of this? Whydo I still have to do everything myself?

Sincerely,
Bill Clinton

slick willy still at it! :wow: :wow:

ChuteTheMall
06-04-2012, 22:27
slick willy still at it! :wow: :wow:

The skys would become too dangerous with every plane cruising at only 5280 feet.
:whistling:

ChuteTheMall
06-04-2012, 22:29
Joey, do you like gladiator movies?

ChuteTheMall
06-04-2012, 22:29
MOVED to Page 620:rofl::banana:

_The_Shadow
06-05-2012, 10:25
The skys would become too dangerous with every plane cruising at only 5280 feet.
:whistling:

That maybe true, however maybe we can take the 10Ring to new hights! Beyond the penthouse...up, up, up and away!

Fly the friendly skys with :usaf:10-Ring Airlines:usaf:, add in some strippers and serving "N Sweat" with the normal embezzlement rates added on of course! :thumbsup:

eruby
06-05-2012, 10:32
I didn't get a 'harumph' outa that guy!

samurairabbi
06-05-2012, 13:00
Fly the friendly skys with :usaf:Dungeon Airlines:usaf:, add in some strippers and serving "N Sweat" with the normal embezzlement rates added on of course! :thumbsup:
.
Permit me the temerity to correct your post. It is 10-Ring Airlines, not Dungeon Airlines. While the Dungeon does ALL the admin and operating work for our truly luxurious conveyance, actually calling it Dungeon Airlines would, like the name Castle Anthrax, be detremental to our attracting customers from the common-rabble-9-and-40 traveling crowd; we DO need their business to maintain our cash flow, even if their choice of caliber is otherwise beneath contempt.

countrygun
06-05-2012, 13:26
.
Permit me the temerity to correct your post. It is 10-Ring Airlines, not Dungeon Airlines. While the Dungeon does ALL the admin and operating work for our truly luxurious conveyance, actually calling it Dungeon Airlines would, like the name Castle Anthrax, be detremental to our attracting customers from the common-rabble-9-and-40 traveling crowd; we DO need their business to maintain our cash flow, even if their choice of caliber is otherwise beneath contempt.


Indeed we should not do anything that might detract from a very important principle. The more funds we <cough> liberate from their grasp, the less the have to waste on ineffective, sub-par calibers. We are actually performing a public service in that me may actually be reducing the popularity of these lesser rounds and making more resources avialable for a round of significance.

samurairabbi
06-05-2012, 13:40
We are actually performing a public service in that me may actually be reducing the popularity of these lesser rounds and making more resources avialable for a round of significance.
.
It is important to note that, while REDUCING the popularity of lesser calibers is a worthy goal of our organization, we must never ERADICATE such calibers! We need a target for our nefarious financial machinations; if lesser calibers were eliminated, we would be reduced to stealing from ourselves. A most reprehensible circumstance, if it were to ever occur.

_The_Shadow
06-05-2012, 13:42
.
Permit me the temerity to correct your post. It is 10-Ring Airlines, not Dungeon Airlines. While the Dungeon does ALL the admin and operating work for our truly luxurious conveyance, actually calling it Dungeon Airlines would, like the name Castle Anthrax, be detremental to our attracting customers from the common-rabble-9-and-40 traveling crowd; we DO need their business to maintain our cash flow, even if their choice of caliber is otherwise beneath contempt.

Correction made! :dunno:

countrygun
06-05-2012, 18:00
.
It is important to note that, while REDUCING the popularity of lesser calibers is a worthy goal of our organization, we must never ERADICATE such calibers! We need a target for our nefarious financial machinations; if lesser calibers were eliminated, we would be reduced to stealing from ourselves. A most reprehensible circumstance, if it were to ever occur.


But of course, there are things that one simply does not do.

VN350X10
06-05-2012, 18:17
It would not be "stealing", it would merely be a significant re-distribution of wealth.

And, I might add, another possible tax dodge....er....that is,......a new deduction.


uncle

samurairabbi
06-05-2012, 18:26
It would not be "stealing", it would merely be a significant re-distribution of wealth.

And, I might add, another possible tax dodge....er....that is,......a new deduction.

uncle
.
Unkle, your thinking is too limited.

Not a tax deduction ... rather, a tax CREDIT!

samurairabbi
06-05-2012, 21:33
I didn't get a 'harumph' outa that guy!
No need to worry. He had obtained a harumph waiver.

VN350X10
06-06-2012, 09:09
But Rabbi, you must remember that a "deduction" is not as closely scrutinized by the I.R.S. as is a "tax credit", due to the large number of falsified tax credits that have been claimed recently. Calling it a deduction might be the easiest way to slip it under the radar if you will.


uncle

samurairabbi
06-06-2012, 12:21
But Rabbi, you must remember that a "deduction" is not as closely scrutinized by the I.R.S. as is a "tax credit", due to the large number of falsified tax credits that have been claimed recently. Calling it a deduction might be the easiest way to slip it under the radar if you will.

uncle
Your caution is valid; we shall take it under consideration. In our defense, we DO construct our tax dodges ... whoops! ... I mean, our reporting procedures ... with fully bombproof background analysis supporting their coherent viability. The people taking their kids in another country as tax credits on their US taxes may be making some illicit bucks, but they are dumb; the IRS goofed off on these claims just to make the productivity numbers look good, but now that it is in the open there will be some major league audits and back-assessments. OUR bullshi ... whoops again! ... our financial presentations! ... will fly even if the tax people look at them hard!

VN350X10
06-06-2012, 14:55
Just as long as nothing cuts into the party funding.

By the way, have you seen Mongo recently ? He seems to be missing again. But there HAVE been recent sightings in Australia of their version of Sasquatch........do you think....

samurairabbi
06-06-2012, 20:09
Just as long as nothing cuts into the party funding.

By the way, have you seen Mongo recently ? He seems to be missing again. But there HAVE been recent sightings in Australia of their version of Sasquatch........do you think....

I would become a common-rabble-9-and-40-shooter before I would cut into the party funding.

I believe Mongo is on "detached duty" at this time. I doubt he is the Sasquatch in Australia; he has refined his style over the years as he has been part of the 10-Ring operation, and grunting around in the outback like a wild beast is not really his "thing" anymore. He keeps in shape by cramming people behind the Lagoon piano; he seems to have outsourced most of the more vulgar stuff from his Blazing Saddles days.

ChuteTheMall
06-06-2012, 20:22
I doubt he is the Sasquatch in Australia; he has refined his style over the years as he has been part of the 10-Ring operation, and grunting around in the outback like a wild beast is not really his "thing" anymore.

Yeah.

That must have been Geezie.

:outtahere:

countrygun
06-06-2012, 20:28
Can we get a tax credit if we sweep up Mongo's "Carbon Footprints"?

_The_Shadow
06-06-2012, 20:38
Can we get a tax credit if we sweep up Mongo's "Carbon Footprints"?

More like a "Carbon Vapor Trail" :shocked:

countrygun
06-06-2012, 20:42
More like a "Carbon Vapor Trail" :shocked:


Shopvac then?

_The_Shadow
06-06-2012, 21:48
Maybe a Dyson with the vacuum with the latest Radial Root Cyclone™ technology.
Only the best for Mongo! :supergrin:

VN350X10
06-07-2012, 19:51
The last time Mongo saw a Dyson, he tried dribbiling the ball.....
Safer with a Kirby.

Matter of fact, I haven't seen Geesie either, but TARDIS is sitting in it's normal parking place as I look out the window towards the northern end of the Lagoon, and I just finished mowing, so I know it's not a hologram THIS time.



uncle

countrygun
06-07-2012, 21:43
The last time Mongo saw a Dyson, he tried dribbiling the ball.....
Safer with a Kirby.

Matter of fact, I haven't seen Geesie either, but TARDIS is sitting in it's normal parking place as I look out the window towards the northern end of the Lagoon, and I just finished mowing, so I know it's not a hologram THIS time.



uncle

That time with the hologram was funny though.

_The_Shadow
06-07-2012, 21:56
The last time Mongo saw a Dyson, he tried dribbiling the ball.....
Safer with a Kirby.

Matter of fact, I haven't seen Geesie either, but TARDIS is sitting in it's normal parking place as I look out the window towards the northern end of the Lagoon, and I just finished mowing, so I know it's not a hologram THIS time.



uncle

Those New Kirby's have automatic transmissions now! Kind of like a Power Glide.......:whistling:

Taterhead
06-09-2012, 21:34
Power Glide.......:whistling:

"Power Glide?"

Not sure why, exactly, but that got Mrs. Taterhead's attention. She looks like she is blushing a bit.

What's that all about?

ChuteTheMall
06-09-2012, 22:46
http://i47.tinypic.com/2vd0l5u.jpg

Power Glide on aisle 4 between the Speed Stick deodorant and the KY Jelly.