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    This guy needs to practice more. 2 out of the five attackers survived...

    If I ever meet him, I'll thank him for his service to society.
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    I hope that this young man keeps his head on a swivel. There's a good chance that these thugs were in a gang and the gang will want revenge in order to save face.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TexHill View Post
    I hope that this young man keeps his head on a swivel. There's a good chance that these thugs were in a gang and the gang will want revenge in order to save face.
    Paging Lance Thomas.
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    Chuck, we miss ya man.

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    Good shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteyrAUG View Post
    I can remember when the goal of every 18 year old was to have their own crappy, tiny apartment (even if it meant a roomate) so you could finally live by your own rules.

    Now I know people in their 30s and 40s who have literally never moved out of their parents house.
    I just don't get it. I was literally out of state when my H.S. graduation was being held, that's how fast I was gone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteyrAUG View Post
    Now I know people in their 30s and 40s who have literally never moved out of their parents house.
    You can thank the generations before you who created guaranteed student loans which sent the price of university through the roof. And it’s not just student loans for the degrees we all make fun of. The average cost to become a medical doctor is 2.6 MILLION dollars.

    Combined with the demand for low interest rates as prior generations have forced economic growth and investment, which skyrocketed home values in most of the country, those in their twenties and thirties who live in apartments are living the cards dealt to them.


    I can’t speak to actually living at home...but this is not some big generational failing. You’re talking about a generation who has been at war for nearly two decades. A generation who is going to carry the most socialist generation of Americans through social security. A generation who to date has voted for less gun control than any prior.

    I’ll put my generation up against almost any.

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    I love feel-good stories like this one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteyrAUG View Post
    Two armed home invaders broke in. One of the home invaders was reported as shot in the leg and running from the house. He survived. One home invader died in the front yard. Another person, believed to be one of the home invaders, was found dead in a car two blocks from the scene. A fourth suspect ended up in the hospital and died there. The fifth suspect was wounded, fled the scene, and was being treated in the hospital.

    The home-owner gave an interview to Stefania Okolie, reporting from abc13.com. The interview is only on video.

    The defender was 20 years old. According to him, two men in ski masks broke in, demanding money. At first, he thought it was a joke. This sort of denial is common among crime victims. The other three home invaders had not entered the house. The defender said he used a pretext of getting money from under the couch. Instead of money, he pulled out a loaded AK-47 clone.

    Yeah I don't know man, sounds sketchy. I have it on good authority from internet experts that the AK is nothing more than a Commie POS that sucks and cannot hit a man sized target. Combine that with again, the internet experts beliefs that armed home invasions are fake news and no one should cash in their CONUS kill card over their TV and well you see this story just doesn't jive at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thopkins22 View Post
    You can thank the generations before you who created guaranteed student loans which sent the price of university through the roof. And it’s not just student loans for the degrees we all make fun of. The average cost to become a medical doctor is 2.6 MILLION dollars.

    Combined with the demand for low interest rates as prior generations have forced economic growth and investment, which skyrocketed home values in most of the country, those in their twenties and thirties who live in apartments are living the cards dealt to them.


    I can’t speak to actually living at home...but this is not some big generational failing. You’re talking about a generation who has been at war for nearly two decades. A generation who is going to carry the most socialist generation of Americans through social security. A generation who to date has voted for less gun control than any prior.

    I’ll put my generation up against almost any.
    I think you took that too personally. Nobody is responsible for the other members of their generation.

    While lots of us did the right thing, many in my generation were stoners, losers and dead ends who existed at the expense of everything else. The only real difference is we didn't know many 30 or 40 year olds who would have been allowed to live at home with their parents.

    And yeah, there are lots of scams, student loans being the new mortgage for kiddies before they even buy a house and degrees that are often completely useless in paying off those student loans. But unless you are running a 4.0 and have a strong interest in the medical field, if your parents don't have big bucks you probably should abandon dreams of being a doctor just as I had to realize I wasn't actually going to be an astronaut.

    And as much as we like to pick on millennials, the worst of them have nothing to do with those who are in uniform kicking ass, working real jobs and handling their business. Of course they are just as sick of those their age who have a heroin addiction, never moved out of mommy and daddies house and just sit around Starbucks all day sucking up their wifi while expounding the virtues of their recovery program.
    It's hard to be a ACLU hating, philosophically Libertarian, socially liberal, fiscally conservative, scientifically grounded, agnostic, porn admiring gun owner who believes in self determination.

    Chuck, we miss ya man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteyrAUG View Post
    I think you took that too personally. Nobody is responsible for the other members of their generation.

    While lots of us did the right thing, many in my generation were stoners, losers and dead ends who existed at the expense of everything else. The only real difference is we didn't know many 30 or 40 year olds who would have been allowed to live at home with their parents.

    And yeah, there are lots of scams, student loans being the new mortgage for kiddies before they even buy a house and degrees that are often completely useless in paying off those student loans. But unless you are running a 4.0 and have a strong interest in the medical field, if your parents don't have big bucks you probably should abandon dreams of being a doctor just as I had to realize I wasn't actually going to be an astronaut.

    And as much as we like to pick on millennials, the worst of them have nothing to do with those who are in uniform kicking ass, working real jobs and handling their business. Of course they are just as sick of those their age who have a heroin addiction, never moved out of mommy and daddies house and just sit around Starbucks all day sucking up their wifi while expounding the virtues of their recovery program.
    Fair. I didn’t really take it personally...but I perhaps responded like I was personally attacking you and I apologize for that.

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