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    Quote Originally Posted by BehindBlueI's View Post
    I went to Don's butcher shop, bought some of his excellent wings, and grilled them. My wife made a dry rub including the green chili powder I brought back from NM. They were awesome. I do like Wingstop, but there's just some real satisfaction in doing it yourself. Don's is excellent, btw, if you find yourself in the area of E Stop 11 Rd/Emerson in Indy. I like the shop and the proprietor quite a bit.
    Thanks for the heads up, we'll definitely give them a shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winamac View Post
    In the bank for now...then eventually to be used on some remodel/upgrade items on the house. Yeah...no new firearms here. Momma has spoken and I cannot afford the lawyers. Its all good though.
    If she only threatened you with lawyers consider yourself a lucky man! There are definitely worse alternatives!

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    I am just waiting on my paper check. I will deposit it electronically then frame it with DJT signature and hang it on the wall.
    Orthodox Christian | NRA | GOA | MGNOC | ARRL Member | Purdue Alumnus

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    Nothing here yet, or possibly ever. Sold two houses in 2018 which made us look like we make too much I guess.

    Kids got theirs. Oldest is saving it for rent and youngest is saving it for her next payments toward her masters degree.

    I was gonna get furniture for the new place and maybe a class or two with ammo.

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    I have mixed emotions on this socialist freebie, nothing is ever free when it come to politics, The politicians are buying your votes by doing this, who will end up paying for this financial burden in the long run, our children and grandchildren and even further!! What happened to the time when people saved for a financial crisis, yes people lost jobs, but that happens everyday, as to unemployment why give extra 600 dollars a week, at other times people laid off or lost there k
    job was expected to deal with it with the normal unemployment. It is all a socialist agenda, give you a taste of the free stuff, then they hook you into socialism, then your country fails and you have nothing at all, is this what you all really want? not me, we haven't changed our filing as we pay taxes every year, i am retired and not drawing SSI as i am not old enough too, saved a lot of money to retire early, and am doing fine, did not lose anything in my 401k this time around kept it all in safe havens. I am sure there are those will argue my points, but look at the whole picture and you will see our politicians are failing us, and the left is taking control where they can!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2in1evtime View Post
    I have mixed emotions on this socialist freebie, nothing is ever free when it come to politics, The politicians are buying your votes by doing this, who will end up paying for this financial burden in the long run, our children and grandchildren and even further!! What happened to the time when people saved for a financial crisis, yes people lost jobs, but that happens everyday, as to unemployment why give extra 600 dollars a week, at other times people laid off or lost there k
    job was expected to deal with it with the normal unemployment. It is all a socialist agenda, give you a taste of the free stuff, then they hook you into socialism, then your country fails and you have nothing at all, is this what you all really want? not me, we haven't changed our filing as we pay taxes every year, i am retired and not drawing SSI as i am not old enough too, saved a lot of money to retire early, and am doing fine, did not lose anything in my 401k this time around kept it all in safe havens. I am sure there are those will argue my points, but look at the whole picture and you will see our politicians are failing us, and the left is taking control where they can!!!!
    Just wait I'm thinking we're going to be bailing out Illinois
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    Done, done, and Iím on to the next one...
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    We paid off a bill, and cancelled out the account. I know, sounds boring, but that's one less bill to budget.
    The unarmed man is not only defenseless - he is also contemptible.

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    I have two tenants living in a house. They are both 18 years old. They both are getting around $800 per week to be laid off. I guess I should be happy that I am still collecting the rents but holy cow this is silly.

    Nobody wants to think about the future. Similar situation (not virus related) is about a guy I was working. Doing construction on some of my many projects. I pay him hourly. I let him work all the hours he wants. In the past we worked seven days a week for many months straight.

    Told him that if he was going to be staying with me full time I would start getting jobs with other people. Figured I would pay him and save the money I got to pay when he worked on my places. Also told him after we got settled in I would pay him more on the side jobs if I made more as well.

    All seemed fine. He was on one of my jobs that I needed to turn over quick like. My daughter was moving in the place.

    Long story short, he decided to take a quick bucks job. Yes he made more on that job in a week than I was paying him in three weeks at 40 hours. But he left me hanging. What is he going to do when that job is done? Long term I provided the best case for him.

    Now I will work him when I have work, but I will not go out and contract other jobs as I can't be sure he will stay around. Couple years ago the same thing happened with a different guy. I was left holding the bag on a decent sized job because he wanted quick bucks. That guy came sniffing around a few months later but I turned him away.

    What are all these people going to do once the stim money dries up? Small businesses fold because they can't keep people. Then the people want to come back but nothing is there.

    I don't have my 'free' money yet, if I am even to get it. I can't (wouldn't anyhow) draw unemployment. I want neither.

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    OMG! If I read this correctly, they are getting $800 each, weekly? $80,000 a year?????



    Quote Originally Posted by dudley0 View Post
    I have two tenants living in a house. They are both 18 years old. They both are getting around $800 per week to be laid off. I guess I should be happy that I am still collecting the rents but holy cow this is silly.

    Nobody wants to think about the future. Similar situation (not virus related) is about a guy I was working. Doing construction on some of my many projects. I pay him hourly. I let him work all the hours he wants. In the past we worked seven days a week for many months straight.

    Told him that if he was going to be staying with me full time I would start getting jobs with other people. Figured I would pay him and save the money I got to pay when he worked on my places. Also told him after we got settled in I would pay him more on the side jobs if I made more as well.

    All seemed fine. He was on one of my jobs that I needed to turn over quick like. My daughter was moving in the place.

    Long story short, he decided to take a quick bucks job. Yes he made more on that job in a week than I was paying him in three weeks at 40 hours. But he left me hanging. What is he going to do when that job is done? Long term I provided the best case for him.

    Now I will work him when I have work, but I will not go out and contract other jobs as I can't be sure he will stay around. Couple years ago the same thing happened with a different guy. I was left holding the bag on a decent sized job because he wanted quick bucks. That guy came sniffing around a few months later but I turned him away.

    What are all these people going to do once the stim money dries up? Small businesses fold because they can't keep people. Then the people want to come back but nothing is there.

    I don't have my 'free' money yet, if I am even to get it. I can't (wouldn't anyhow) draw unemployment. I want neither.

    I just don't feel safe in gun free zones...

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