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post #11 of 33 (permalink) Old 12-25-2011, 12:55 PM
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Skyrim, clothes and whatever else I open from my sister, but it won't be much. Good think I'm not the kind of person that cares about gifts!

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RealTree Otterbox for my iPhone
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A new backpack and some Lumberjack boots (I love boots) and some various things... Very satisfied!




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5 hour cruise around Newport Beach with all you can drink included in price. **** yeah.

I also got $200 gift certificate to Pro Force so I can get the new off duty gun I've been wanting.

Great Christmas.

RIP Jordan Corder. Watch over me from above brother.

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My kids 1st real effort at gift giving. A difficult concept for a 5 &6 year old to understand.

They knew I wanted a radio/music player for when I'm working outside. (I was thinking i-pod or similar)

I got a Soney am-fm CASSETTE tape player about twice as big as a football.

do they still make cassettes?
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My kids 1st real effort at gift giving. A difficult concept for a 5 &6 year old to understand.

They knew I wanted a radio/music player for when I'm working outside. (I was thinking i-pod or similar)

I got a Soney am-fm CASSETTE tape player about twice as big as a football.

do they still make cassettes?
thats ******* awesome

and lol go to thrift stores/ goodwill some pawn stores, my mom still really likes some cassettes so i look there for her



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My kids 1st real effort at gift giving. A difficult concept for a 5 &6 year old to understand.

They knew I wanted a radio/music player for when I'm working outside. (I was thinking i-pod or similar)

I got a Soney am-fm CASSETTE tape player about twice as big as a football.

do they still make cassettes?
That is great. Gotta love the effort.

When I was a small child my dad would take all four of us kids to the $.99 store to buy gifts for my mom. I got her plastic flowers one year. She loved them (or so she told me).

I would slap my future kids silly if they tried that with me. LOL

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5 hour cruise around Newport Beach with all you can drink included in price. **** yeah.

I also got $200 gift certificate to Pro Force so I can get the new off duty gun I've been wanting.

Great Christmas.
What kinda gun you plan on getting?

I'm contemplating getting a glock next month. 9mm though because the 40 I have now kills me when it comes to ammo.

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Couple pair of camo pants, one regular, one digital.

Shelters, Shacks, and Shanties in paperback.

Wool socks, whiskey, and a couple aluminum shot glasses my buddy made on the lathe.

My dog got some pig ears, and a stuffed elephant
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What kinda gun you plan on getting?

I'm contemplating getting a glock next month. 9mm though because the 40 I have now kills me when it comes to ammo.
We carry the Glock 22 at work, so I've been looking at the Body Guard semi auto for off duty. It has a built in laser so thats pretty cool. A couple guys at my department carry them and they like it a lot.

http://www.gunblast.com/SW-Bodyguard380.htm

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