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Birthday, Crazy, and Dad: My dad growing up didn't care to learn to shoot, outside of boyscouts. He didn't like that I had a mosin nagant... but he thinks my AK is really cool and within 5 minutes of seeing my Cz 75 said "You need to teach me to shoot this. The problem is I foolishly showed him some slow motion videos of crazy handloads for shotgun shells on youtube. The next day he took me to walmart and told me to buy every kind of shotgun shell possible for my shotgun and to buy large quantities. I end up with 50 rounds of 2 and 3/4 inch buck, 50 rounds of 3 inch magnums, a shit load of slugs and a fuck ton of birdshot. Then we go out to the desert and he has me fire the rounds one at a time to observe the shotcap. He takes all the birdshot and then tells me I can keep the rest. He took the rounds of birdshot to the garage emptied the shot out and took apart a few shells. Once he brained out how the wad and shotcup worked, then the handloads began... Metallic sodium canister shot? Hits water and then BOOM! Dragon's breath? Shit nigguh, he makes tons of it, and unlike the crappy $5 a pop shells this shit actually starts fires like crazy because he puts sticky shit in it to hold clumps of burning magnesium together? Bolo? Fuck bolo, he just took small chain and coiled it up inside. He calls it THE DEATH NET He also realized he could use the pressure of a blank to launch shit, so he bought a separate barrel and built some sort of ghetto Chechen grenade launcher to fire shit out of. He took a 3 inch shell, poured the shot out and used the wad and powder to fire a tennis ball at me, it missed and put a massive dent in my car. He took it camping with him and took a pot shot with the helicopter tours. He's also loaded shotgun shells with confetti for surprising people. show his friends, road flare at one of I bought a Remington 887 to give to him on his birthday, once he figures out what NITRO MAG means, and that 3.5 inch shells give him more fucking around capacity it will mean my poor little Norinco can go back to normalcy while he tries to see if he can get a shotgun to fire wooden stakes to hunt vampires with. I was terrified when he was playing borderlands with me and got a shotgun that fired acidic shot. He just put down the controller after melting a dude and went to go pour through his various chemistry journals, occasionally cackling maniacally. Theres a certain amount of fear and pride when you are hiking with your dad and suddenly you hear a boom and a squirrel runs past you while on fire..
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Birthday, Crazy, and Dad: My dad growing up didn't care to learn to shoot, outside of boyscouts. He didn't like that I had a mosin nagant... but he thinks my AK is really cool and within 5 minutes of seeing my Cz 75 said "You need to teach me to shoot this. The problem is I foolishly showed him some slow motion videos of crazy handloads for shotgun shells on youtube. The next day he took me to walmart and told me to buy every kind of shotgun shell possible for my shotgun and to buy large quantities. I end up with 50 rounds of 2 and 3/4 inch buck, 50 rounds of 3 inch magnums, a shit load of slugs and a fuck ton of birdshot. Then we go out to the desert and he has me fire the rounds one at a time to observe the shotcap. He takes all the birdshot and then tells me I can keep the rest. He took the rounds of birdshot to the garage emptied the shot out and took apart a few shells. Once he brained out how the wad and shotcup worked, then the handloads began... Metallic sodium canister shot? Hits water and then BOOM! Dragon's breath? Shit nigguh, he makes tons of it, and unlike the crappy $5 a pop shells this shit actually starts fires like crazy because he puts sticky shit in it to hold clumps of burning magnesium together? Bolo? Fuck bolo, he just took small chain and coiled it up inside. He calls it THE DEATH NET He also realized he could use the pressure of a blank to launch shit, so he bought a separate barrel and built some sort of ghetto Chechen grenade launcher to fire shit out of. He took a 3 inch shell, poured the shot out and used the wad and powder to fire a tennis ball at me, it missed and put a massive dent in my car. He took it camping with him and took a pot shot with the helicopter tours. He's also loaded shotgun shells with confetti for surprising people. show his friends, road flare at one of I bought a Remington 887 to give to him on his birthday, once he figures out what NITRO MAG means, and that 3.5 inch shells give him more fucking around capacity it will mean my poor little Norinco can go back to normalcy while he tries to see if he can get a shotgun to fire wooden stakes to hunt vampires with. I was terrified when he was playing borderlands with me and got a shotgun that fired acidic shot. He just put down the controller after melting a dude and went to go pour through his various chemistry journals, occasionally cackling maniacally. Theres a certain amount of fear and pride when you are hiking with your dad and suddenly you hear a boom and a squirrel runs past you while on fire..
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Birthday, Children, and Family: WHY IS THIS CHIMNEY HERE? This fireplace and chimney are all that remain of a recreation cabin built by James and Jessie Leonard in the summer of 1933. ories THE HISTORY OF THE CABIN Prior to the construction of the cabin at Rocky Point, the only structures at Marlette Lake were the caretaker's cabin located near the dam and a Vacations here were not without hard cabin for Nevada Fish and Game personnel at the south end of the lake. work.The men would haul water in a 1933 two gallon bucket from the lake, located 15 feet lower than today, to the cabin. James Mather Leonard and Jessie Hobart Leonard acquired the Virginia &Gold Hill Water Company, becoming the principal owners. The newly created Virginia City Water Company included Marlette Lake, the water supply for Virginia City. James and Jessie built a cabin at this site known Rocky Point. The women cooked on a camp stove and food was kept cold in an icebox. The chemical outhouse by the cabin was as fondly referred to as "The Chateau" The fireplace 1934 was used in the evenings to was added to the cabin to provide The stone fireplace you see here today heat for the cool summer nights. stay warm on cool summer nights. Fun at the lake included fishing from a rock or rowboat for the delicious Eastern Brook Trout. Swimming 1940s and 1950s son Hobart, his wife Elizabeth, and their children and friends at a time during the summer James and Jessie's began staying at the cabin for several days months. They described these days by the lake as carefree and idyllic. was not allowed since the lake was the main water upply 1957 for Virginia City. The carefree summer days came to an end for the Leonard family when the Curtis Wright Corporation purchased the Marlette Lake and Hobart Reservoir portion of the Virginia City Water Company. The level of the Donation of this panel and restoration of dam was raised and the lake rose 15 feet the Chimney were made possible by the Hobart and Elizabeth Leonard Family Trust. 1963 The State of Nevada purchased the water system. Late 1960s A crew was sent to Marlette Lake to tear down the caretaker's cabin near the dam because it was thought to be a safety hazard. Unfortunately, the crew demolished the Leonard cabin by mistake. 2005 The Chimney was restored. 2007 In July this panel was unveiled in celebration of Hobart Leonard's 91st birthday ncbacod tho wator cvetom Late 1960s A crew was sent to Marlette Lake to tear down the caretaker's cabin near the dam because it was thought to be a safety hazard. Unfortunately the crew demolished the Leonard cabin by mistake. ily ard bovant Why is this chimney here? And where's the rest of our cabin?

Why is this chimney here? And where's the rest of our cabin?

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[NO SPOILER] Jon Snow after GoT ended

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