I have realized that a good exercise for any political philosophy would be to see how well it works on the camping scale. I’ve just been through that this weekend with Creddy.
Simple Idea. People say in advance what they are going to do , what they will bring.
We had the Sat AM breakfast which meant that Friday night we’d not have to do anything other than eat. I wish. You see just because someone makes an offer to do a meal you shouldn’t expect them to have the pots, pans and ,er , oh the goddamn stove available to do it. Luckily we brought two, why? let’s just say we have a pretty good handle on this kind of thing and spent more money on a stove and gas to accommodate a shortfall that came up earlier. I doubt it will be repeated unless we’re doing all the food / cooking since buying at the last minute is way too costly on a few people.
Additionally we ended up doing extra cooking that negated the entire point of organizing it. E.g we rest on the meals we’re not doing, ha!
A disappointing trip to J G guns in Prescott. We used to love driving up there for food at one of the local eateries, buy ye olde gun, come back happy.
Over the last year though it ceased being fun and the counter on a Saturday seemed to be more competition than commerce.
Creddy has a full post over here and while we thought that she was being ignored at the show in Phoenix a year back this one was far more obvious. I can’t think of a single person with a passing interest in guns that we’ve not told about the store, e.g it being worth the drive, but those days have come to an end.
I don’t know a lot about the older 9mm Smith / Wesson autos so her asking what differences in the model numbers they had was perfectly valid since, er that’s their job to know. DA? DAO? Mag disconnect? Sorry but you only get to pull off a “superior” we know more about guns than you attitude when you back it up with something.Anyway see her post for the rest of this it’s quite annoying.
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