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I supervise 14 female Social Workers.

WINNER!!

I was married to a social worker, then dated another one.  All I can say is God bless you, man.

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I hunt woodcock with a .410

I let my GSP point rabbits.

I eat road killed deer.

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Cage Walker

I rode bulls through HS.  I'd grown up watching my brother, who was a helluva lot better than me.  All I saw was him winning, him with $, and him with women and that's what I wanted.  

Unfortunately, the way I rode put me on the head of several of 'em.  I was put to sleep in the arena for the 7th time when I was 17yo and then my shoulder got destroyed during a hang-up.  I was out for 6 months recovering from an injury.  Until then, I'd never bothered watching it on TV and it never occurred to me how inherently dangerous it was/is or how ridiculous it would be to try and raise a family that way.  I then went to school and became an electrician.  

Of the few guys that were with me (and better than me) in my youth continued on in their adult lives, 3 of them made it into the PBR circuit (Lucas Dick, Luke Snyder, and Chad Castillo).  I may have dealt with more stress and spent more hours at work during those years, but I suspect my knees, back, etc. feel better than theirs' in the AM!

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I spend my future retirement savings on hunting and fishing trips now!

On a side note I used to fly aerobatic airplanes like Cap10 or Pit with a parachute strapped to my back.

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charlo slim

Well... I hunt and fish in near cheek-to-jowl proximity with wolves, cougars, prairie and WDB rattlers, coyotes, badgers, AK brown and MT grizzly & black bears, plus feral hogs up to 3-350 lbs. And this while carrying nothing more lethal than a 7/08 on the hogs and a can of pepper spray (when I remember it) on the AK salmon streams.  Mostly I'm carrying a puny 20 ga o/u. But WAIT, it gets even worse -- the damn thing has only 26" barrels and packs anemic steel loads.

Gotta run now, time to tweak my will and  make arrangements for someone to care for the feral pack (just in case any of them survive the inevitable carnage). :down:

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I run with scissors.  Regularly, just for the thrill.  

And retired from my profession well before my 401K had reached "goal."

And I live with KBD.

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I run with scissors.  Regularly, just for the thrill.  

And retired from my profession well before my 401K had reached "goal."

And I live with KBD.

Another winner, particularly the last part...

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I consume a family sized bag of potato chips twice a week, give or take.
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Upon entering my home at the end of a hard day's work, I sometimes ask my wife on her day off, "so what did you do today?"
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KBD...Karelian Bear Dog? or Kashin-Beck Disease?

KBD = UJ member Kansas Big Dog.   I see that you are new to UJ (welcome!)....veteran UJers understand exactly what I meant.   :D    You will come to know the cast of characters here.

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KBD...Karelian Bear Dog? or Kashin-Beck Disease?

KBD = UJ member Kansas Big Dog.   I see that you are new to UJ (welcome!)....veteran UJers understand exactly what I meant.   :D    You will come to know the cast of characters here.

Oh yeah, there is a lot of ironic word play here. Kansas Big Dog uses brittanys :<img src=:'>

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