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    300,000 dead and counting this is what we know there are probably just as many in countries fudging their figures, Singapore, China (Wuhan again) and in Korea they have found out letting people out to early your gunna get a second dose this virus and it is a worrying thing.
    Our state govt has partialy lifted regional travel so the suckers locked up in Perth can now invade the South West and they will we have a long weekend in a fortnight and I am not looking forward to the invasion, stupid idiot Perth drivers who don't know our roads and are always hurrying along running off them killing themselves.
    Because they think they can drive for hours at 110Kph for hours on end and not get fatigued or caught out on a sharp bend.
    That and poor perception on when to over take as its a quantum leap from 50Kph to 110Kph but they never listen and frankly they can stay where they are they are rude push you out the way don't say hello and think their crup don't stink well hate to tell ya all it does stink.

    So we are on the cusp of escapers and the flu season I cannot get to the Dr's for my flu shot yet and I am worried these dullheads from Perth will not obey social distancing and cause us grief infact I may just end up watching 617 squadron or The Boat over that w/end as riding my bikes could be fraught with Danger...................

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    I feel some fatigue in your words...
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    Cinders,
    You can't beat a good dose of DAS BOOT mate brilliant series. To do all that, and get bombed by the RAF as the crowds and families welcome you home...........thats what happens in Love and War
    'Tonight my men and I have been through hell and back again, but the look on your faces when we let you out of the hall - we'd do it all again tomorrow.' Major Chris Keeble's words to Goose Green villagers on 29th May 1982 - 2 PARA

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    The northern regions won.
    The government had to surrender and allow the reopening of lots of businesses and free circulation inside the regions. As the North was asking for since a few weeks. From June 3rd, free circulation, fullstop.
    These bloody pricks were killing the country’s economy, but now, maybe, we’ll start the long recovery.
    JERONIMOOOOOOOOO!!!!!
    I was really getting restless...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    Where there is a will, there is a way.
    Stay strong. It may get worse before it gets better. I have never been a protester (left that for the ballot box)but I am feeling the urge. 27 R s voted to continue warrantless searches of citizens internet history. Brave new world.

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    I spotted one of my favorite antique shops open today but didn't stop because there was a fire truck and ambulance in front of it. No idea why but didn't want to find out in person. I know they were not in the shop but they were blocking the drive to get back to it. Mixed reactions from what I could see in my drive home. The shops where the antique store was had a full parking lot so good indication more were open.

    NASCAR restarts Sunday so there will finally be some sports on that isn't years old. I hear they instituted social distancing to they can only change the left front and right rear at a time and then switch. Gas man can only fill while the right rear is changed. No bump drafting allowed as the air flow from the car ahead could pass to the car behind at 200MPH. Champaign at the end must have an alcohol content of at least 7 percent to kill all the germs in victory lane.

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    Today are club range will be open with strict social distancing guidelines and with an on-site RSOs to enforce the rules. I have not busted a cap since the beginning of March and my trigger finger has been getting weak from not being used. I will go out during the week for about an hour or so.


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    That’s good news.
    I hope we’ll be opening our range again during the week.
    Being shooting politically “incorrect”, I’ll belive it only when I’ll have dumped the first magazine...
    There might be any idiot coming out and saying we should not be allowed because it is not “necessary”...
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    Actually shooting has two great benefits to health. One is the physical side of the whole process, but more importantly, if you understand all the charateristics of distance shooting, wind/elevation/rounds/grouping etc, it is a very mathematical process your mind uses to ensure the bullets land where you intended...............so.......in short very good for your mental state, and I'm sticking to that otherwise my wife will have me sell the guns
    'Tonight my men and I have been through hell and back again, but the look on your faces when we let you out of the hall - we'd do it all again tomorrow.' Major Chris Keeble's words to Goose Green villagers on 29th May 1982 - 2 PARA

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    Agreed.
    Today I made carbonara. Now it is too late and I also had a couple homemade grappas with my neighbour, so I’ll post the photorecipe tomorrow.
    Great day!
    I even went to my gun shop after almost three months...
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