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    Supporting Member - Authorized Forum Dealer RONNIE J's Avatar
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    ALL THE KY-ER'S line up and be counted--yes smart butt--I got my shoes off so we cans go to 20 OK OK 19--FORGOT ABOUT THAT TOE..

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    Senior Member Charlie's Avatar
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    That's OK Ronnie, I had a buddy in college from waaay South of New Orleans that could take his shoes off and count to 22? Super nice guy but he was from way back in the bayou.

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    +1 Living in the BlueGrass

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    Now does that include counting the webbing between the toes also?
    Central KY checking in.

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    From Bowling Green here

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    Kentucky in my heart, but Florida under my feet.

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    My best friend has just moved to Georgia to take a teaching position. His wife is pregnant but she's staying up here because in his words "His child is gonna be born in Kentucky!"

    He's hoping that his Georgia stint is only a temporary exile.

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    Washington County here. I once had a heart attack in Winchester Va.Ate many asprin and drove all way to Lexington. . Walked in my house and dropped. Doctor gave me Hell and said why didn't you go to hospital in Va. I told him I was going to die in Ky not Va. The Heart attack that has disabiled me was in Salt Lake City. I went to Doctors 9000 miles and 10 days letter. They operated with in 48 hours. Once again I will not die unless I am in Ky.

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    Originally from Indiana, but now living in Louisville, KY.

    Keech

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    From California, by way of Illinois, now in Kentucky and I feel at home.

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    another ky'er

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    another Ky boy

    ive been all over the world in the service, and all over the united state as a extradition agent. Im still livin here and always will, ive been a Deputy Sheriff here in southeastern Ky now for 14 years, best people in the world, they will shoot you if you cross um, but still great people..................

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott1119 View Post
    ive been all over the world in the service, and all over the united state as a extradition agent. Im still livin here and always will, ive been a Deputy Sheriff here in southeastern Ky now for 14 years, best people in the world, they will shoot you if you cross um, but still great people..................
    Kinda like in Blue Collar comedy tour:
    "I'm from Texas. We have capital punishment and we use it. If you kill somebody we will kill you back."

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    Born in Louisville, but had to spend half of my life away from home (Navy and 17 Looooooong years in the Peoples Republic of Illinois).

    Back home in the hills of eastern Kentucky, and lovin' it.

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    Senior Member Baldy's Avatar
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    Well Teknoid I am happy for you. I sure wish I could get back to my old Kentucky home but it will never happen. Good luck.

    Best Baldy.

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    Laurel county , represent'n!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raybrat10 View Post
    Laurel county , represent'n!
    Hey! I'm in Knox, right by the Laurel Co. line!

    Which range do you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baldy View Post
    Well Teknoid I am happy for you. I sure wish I could get back to my old Kentucky home but it will never happen. Good luck.

    Best Baldy.
    Never say never. I thought that way for years. It took a career change and a decrease in income to do it, but it was worth it.

    On the bright side, you DO live in a pretty gun friendly state. I don't think I could handle it by the ocean there, though. Humidity is a bit much. I used to spend a lot of time around West Palm (business). It was still better than snow up to my butt in Chicago.

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    Another Kentuckian signing in. From Louisville and work in the city but live on the outskirts now down towards Fort Knox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott1119 View Post
    best people in the world, they will shoot you if you cross um, but still great people..................
    I bet they do not get crossed often.

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