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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by IChim2, Jan 18, 2008.

  1. IChim2

    IChim2 IChim2 and he's a shooter

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    heck is going on with all these emails from the "Bowhunting store"...I keep getting these stupid emails from these hunting stores saying thanks for for my order....and i've never bought anything from them....have never even contacted them before.How are they getting our email address.:frusty: This has been going on for the past 3 wks:frusty: .






    Hello Valued Customer,

    We wanted to say thanks for buying from us. We strive to offer the
    best customer service and products at a fair price. We have had some
    challenges and have let some of you down. We promise in the coming months
    to make sure we improve our customer service and take care of you
    archery needs.

    Look for more camping supplies and cutlery in next few months. We will
    be updating our entire product line as well. Spring turkey season is
    right around the corner and we will have the newest calls, decoys,
    blinds, and turkey vest on sale.

    Thanks again,
    Timm Getts
    Owner
    BowHunting store:.
     
    Last edited: Jan 18, 2008
  2. maybe bunnyman gave them your addy:noidea: :lol:
     

  3. then again maybe not:noidea: :biggrin1:
     
  4. clemenlp

    clemenlp Diamond in the Rough

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    Maybe you should look into getting one of those free credit reports. Would be a shame if someone started an account in your name and was buying the equipment you wanted for themselves on your dime.

    :mad: :censored: :mad: :censored: :mad:

    When I was a prosecution paralegal in the army we discovered a soldier had credit cards in the names of all of the Brigade's 1st Sergeants and Sergeants Major names. About 20 total. Found out because the mail person put the a bill in a wrong mail box and they tracked the address on it to him. They removed him from the unit simply so he wouldn't be mistreated before his trial.
     
  5. Dredly

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    Wow! They do have more then one useless Paralegal in the army!?!?! :noidea:

    My buddy is a Paralegal out of an army base just north of Philly (Norristown?). He lives on Fort Dix... been a paralegal for about 4 - 5 years now I'd guess.
     
  6. clemenlp

    clemenlp Diamond in the Rough

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    No, they were all pretty much useless. Especially those lazy bums at Ft. Dix.

    :censored: :censored: :censored:

    The only way we could be lazier is if we worked in the IT department.
     
  7. jcmorgan31

    jcmorgan31 Prodigal Son

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    :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :pound:
     
  8. clemenlp

    clemenlp Diamond in the Rough

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    Of course we could have been considered DEAD compared to guys like you.

    The things that rotate in your avatar, are they your credentials.

    Air Assault
    Air Borne
    Pathfinder
    CIB
    Ranger

    You made the most of your time I see.








    guess I better stop Highjacking now though. :tape: :tape: :tape: :tape:
     
  9. jcmorgan31

    jcmorgan31 Prodigal Son

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    No CIB for me... Did a lot of work for nothin....... :biggrin1:
     
  10. clemenlp

    clemenlp Diamond in the Rough

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    Well, good thing pride and bragging rights count for a lot. Nice job man.
     
  11. jcmorgan31

    jcmorgan31 Prodigal Son

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    I wouldn't consider them credentials either. A credential must have some value or worth to potential employers or organizations. :doh:

    No one really cares that I can tie 14 different knots at a blistering speed, or sling load a hummer under a Chinook, or control multiple aircraft around a tactical landing sight, or break contact using the Australian peel, or that I have 100 jumps, or that I can ride a motorcycle over rough terrain using IR lighting and night vision.

    I would classify them more like accomplishments........:laugh:
     
  12. clemenlp

    clemenlp Diamond in the Rough

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    Or one cool freakin job. My favorite part is still the HUMVEE driving course/obsticle course.

    Oh, and the M209 range.
     
  13. Dredly

    Dredly Site Guru

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    Why would you jump out of a perfectly good airplane? If you would have just waited long enough it would land and you can just walk right out of the door and down the steps :noidea:

    Isn't the Australian Peel similar to the "Twist" that you old timers used to do?
     
  14. Dredly

    Dredly Site Guru

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    Lawyers and big guns that explode... there is something VERY wrong with that image
     
  15. jcmorgan31

    jcmorgan31 Prodigal Son

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    Dude. I wasn't flying United.....:cool:

    Most of the C-130s I exited were comissioned during the Vietnam war. Hardly "perfectly good aircraft". Usually the AC leaked and half the time they smelled like jet fuel. I couldn't wait to get out the door......:noidea:
     
  16. Dredly

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    That actually sounds like most United planes I've flown on... except for that "half the time" part.
     
  17. Jay Are

    Jay Are Junior Member

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    I second that... same with US Air!
     
  18. Dredly

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    The worst are the damn prop planes! Especially jumping from LVI to Philly or DC... its like an hour flight and the whole time it never actually levels off until you land :puke:
     
  19. clemenlp

    clemenlp Diamond in the Rough

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    Never kissed the ground coming out of a plane until I flew 6 hours from Bosnia to German in a C-130. Bumpiest ride I ever had and there wasn't even any turbulence.
     
  20. jcmorgan31

    jcmorgan31 Prodigal Son

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    Did I fail to mention that even if the drop zone was a mile away, we usually flew an hour or more before jumping.

    This was so the pilots could get their NAP (nap of the earth) and Low Level training time in. What does that mean? It means they back and turn and dip and rise pretending to dodge enemy radar and nonexistent terrain for an hour while we all try to keep our beef stew down.....


    Believe me......you jump too.........:peace: