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Still waiting for a response. For three days now. An emotionally secure man would defend his writings; not abandon his own thread when asked questions.

Even a simple response of 'I misunderstood or misread your post' or something similar would approach mature discussion. Not full-blown mature discussion, but much closer than this 'run and hide in a new thread' silliness we constantly see.
 

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As this got rolled onto another page, figured I'd repost the questions to make it easy:

You didn’t even read what I wrote, did you?

...Why on earth not? It's on my body with its grip about three inches from my navel, with no snaps or straps to undo

...Carried on-body like that, accessible with no encumbrances, in the same position I've carried it for years, what would prevent me from reaching it?

...I specifically said that the thick cranial bones on hogs & bears were a real part of my thoughts. How in the world does that lead you to think that I assume body shots will suffice?

...Done out of either ignorance on your part or malice on your part; curious which one...?
Still waiting for a response...
 

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Still waiting for a response, for six days now.

How cowardly and insecure does a person have to be, to not even be willing to defend his own statements on an internet forum..?
 

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...How cowardly and insecure does a person have to be, to not even be willing to defend his own statements on an internet forum..?
Apparently the answer is "quite a lot". Six days later, making more than 40 posts on this forum since I asked the simple, civil questions (including posting in this very thread since I asked), and still incapable of defending his own words. And it's not even in person; just faceless, danger-less internet conversation.

Cowardly and insecure indeed...


John, fact is you're the one that's "dared" me (and others) to point out one error or inconsistency on your part, and I've been kind enough to refrain for the most part. Would be more than willing to do so, though.
 

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...Why on earth not? It's on my body with its grip about three inches from my navel, with no snaps or straps to undo

...Carried on-body like that, accessible with no encumbrances, in the same position I've carried it for years, what would prevent me from reaching it?

...I specifically said that the thick cranial bones on hogs & bears were a real part of my thoughts. How in the world does that lead you to think that I assume body shots will suffice?

...Done out of either ignorance on your part or malice on your part; curious which one...?
Still waiting for a response...



...Six days later, making more than 40 posts on this forum since I asked the simple, civil questions (including posting in this very thread since I asked), and still incapable of defending his own words. And it's not even in person; just faceless, danger-less internet conversation.

Cowardly and insecure indeed...


John, fact is you're the one that's "dared" me (and others) to point out one error or inconsistency on your part, and I've been kind enough to refrain for the most part. Would be more than willing to do so, though.

Now at 12 days and more than a hundred posts; and still no response to these simple questions in your own thread...

Explain how I'm wrong and you're right on the idea that I can't get to my crossdraw-carried gun, or how my stated allowance for thick cranial bones means that I plan to use body shots rather than head shots.

Sad indeed. Come on out and play, John... :laugh:


(Keep calling me a liar and BS'er, and my pointing out of your incompetence and errors will certainly continue; simply because you're an error-prone incompetent, after all.)
 

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The only thing about the 200lb walmart clerk is he, she or they or he/she.
Might be near impervious to punches with all that padding. If they're on the short side.

Really though a chimp pound for pound is hell on wheels if it gets pissed off.
Anyone thinks a big cat or bear is any different or less dangerous is an ignoramus.
 
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