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  • May 25, 2010

    How to Stay Married-17

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    On the long list of things a husband should share with his wife, here at the Newshound we’ve just added one extremely important new item specifically for the male owners of personal-protection firearms.

    As soon as he purchases a new handgun, it’s likely that the first thing a Georgia man will do is inform his wife where he intends to hide it.

    If he wants to wants to stay married, that is.

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  • May 21, 2010

    The Old Man and the Canal-10

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    According to the Associated Press, eighty-one-year-old Don Minnaert fell fifteen feet into the frigid waters of Hennepin Canal when he refused to cut his line against a monster bass.

    Minnaert was actually targeting panfish last May 13 in his native Geneseo, Illinois when he tumbled into the canal.  He had just hooked a small fish with his ultra light rig when a bass took his catch and plowed for deeper waters.

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  • May 18, 2010

    Knuckle Sandwich-22

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    I was walking back to my office with my friend Ky today. We were both carrying guns—in broad daylight—down the main street of our town (God bless rural Montana), on our way to a field day for kids sponsored by our local National Wild Turkey Federation and Ducks Unlimited chapters.

    Maybe it was the moxie of our plain-day display of firearms. Maybe it was the prospect of spending the next four hours alternately terrified and thrilled as we introduced youngsters to guns.

    But Ky turned to me and said, “When was the last time you were in a fistfight?”

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  • May 4, 2010

    You Are A Wimp Compared To: Jessica Watson and Abby Sunderland-9

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    Outdoor Life correspondent Gayne Young looks to the past and the present to find the outdoor personalities that prove just how wimpy the rest of us really are.

    Among my many accomplishments at age 16 were getting a driver’s license, having a part time lifeguarding job at the city pool, and making out with Jenny Evans on her living room couch while her parents were obliviously unaware in the next room.  How do these experiences compare to those of 16-year-old Australian teenager Jessica Watson?  Well…they don’t.  Because compared to her, I’m a wimp.

    If things continue as well as they have, in the next week or two Watson will officially become the youngest person to sail around the world.  Solo. 

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