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  1. Breadman03
    06-19-2013 12:27
    Rest in peace, Jack! You will be missed.
  2. Lone_Wolfe
    06-09-2013 22:13
    Rest in Peace, Jack!
  3. Zombie Steve
    05-24-2011 18:56
    Zombie Steve
    Jack, did you drink all that scotch yet? If not, I'm coming up to steal it and a few 1050's... and some lead... and Dawg.
  4. JackMac
    04-24-2011 19:42
    Hang tough Jack. Each day is an adventure. Embrace each day for what it is. You're in my prayers brother. I have been fighting a systemic blood infection for about a year. Treated at Duke Hospital in Durham, across the street from the VA hospital. Can't walk. Sure can use my wheel chair though! I use to be a real active man, former Deputy Sheriff, then trial lawyer, and now....well I am here!
  5. Bill Keith
    03-18-2011 07:35
    Bill Keith
    Chronic pain sucks. I'm living with CML leukemia nd feel I'm on a banana peel half the time from fatigue and effects of the pill chemo I have to take twice a day forever. I'll send good vibes your way if it is OK with you. I have religious proscriptions against suicide, but am not yet in such dire straits, and certainly don't mind powerful analgesics, as I've had to be on them a few times in my life. The best primer on taking one's life is titled "Final Exit" by Derrick Humphries. I have a hunch that a good hospice program will be in my future. Death is part of living, and I'll just go on with the adventure. I hope your path goes well for you.
    Regards, Bill Keith
  6. EL_NinO619
    03-16-2011 17:02
    Jack what is the title of that book of yours. I'm reading a lot of Steven Hunter's right now but when I'm done i want to read yours. And i just feel i need to make a donation so you can buy a Lose moral girlfriend.. :)
  7. fredj338
    03-04-2011 01:54
    Hey Jack. Heard you were on your back again & no ladies present. Get better soon my friend. BTW, I have finally gotten around to your book. Very good read, you certainly write a good story, although I have a feeling much of it is based on first hand knowledge.
    best regards, fred
  8. labdwakin
    02-26-2011 10:25
    found you a 41 cal mold on Ebay... 8 cavity hensley and gibbs 210 grain if you want it...


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  • About GioaJack
    Former Air Force One presidential guard (Nixon), former Dade County, Miami, FL, police officer, SWAT team sniper, black powder muzzle loading trap national record holder. Now retired.
    Conifer, CO
    Shooting, travel in motor home, write military and police novels.
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    Life is a little bit tragic but mostly magic... Learn to deal with the tragic and CHERISH THE MAGIC

    A PACIFIST is someone who won't raise their hands to defend themselves...
    A COWARD is someone who won't raise their hands to defend someone else.


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Posted 12-13-2010 at 21:04 by GioaJack Comments 3
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'The more things change, the more they remain the same'. This adage is never more true than around the Christmas season when children, on the cusp of discovering awareness ask their parents, "Does Santa Claus really exist?"

Eight-year old Virginia O'Hanlon asked that question of her father and not knowing how...

Posted 12-10-2010 at 14:28 by GioaJack Comments 5
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[FONT="Garamond"][CENTER][I][SIZE="6"]Are we killing the American Dream?[/SIZE][/I][/CENTER][/FONT]

Those who chronicle their life in these United States in multiples of decades rather than the post-internet era well remember being taught that the American Dream was a spouse, a good job, a house with a white picket fence and 2.33 children. Certainly an idyllic vision for many and the basis of variation for others.

As the years pass...

Posted 12-05-2010 at 19:57 by GioaJack Comments 7
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[CENTER][FONT="Garamond"][SIZE="6"]Friends We've Never Met[/SIZE][/FONT][/CENTER]

Deep down inside, where we jealously guard our true feelings and speak of them only to ourselves in times of loneliness, emotional turmoil or great sadness, friends are what we covet. The need for a sympathetic ear, a nod of understanding, a voice of reason and enlightenment to a path of guidance are gifts that a true friend can provide and are as vital to our well being...
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I vote for a new book,...
Posted 10-05-2011 at 15:49 by labdwakin labdwakin is offline
Hi Jack
I agree...
Posted 06-04-2011 at 10:15 by norton norton is offline
How are you my friend?...
Posted 03-14-2011 at 18:39 by FloridaAngel FloridaAngel is offline
Well thought out and...
Posted 02-07-2011 at 11:22 by motorcycleman motorcycleman is offline
Probably the understatement...
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