The yeti is here
Posted 24 November 2017 - 11:24 PM
As my tinder profile would say, I'm a 32 year old, married, stay at home dad of 3. I'm 6'1", hairy (hence nickname of yeti.....or Big Bear, but I'm told that has a different meaning in certain cycles, but that was college) and I make Hopkins look like Fabio, but am fortunate enough to be married to a doctor. So I was able to quite my job as a LT at a union fire department to stay at home and watch cartoons and all the old practical pistol show videos, in my underwater, while my kids eat poptarts and teabag each other after doing a flying suplexes off the back of the couch. So far they seem to do well on the weekends when I disappear to chase that elusive shooter pay check and category winner trophy.
My pistol shooting obsession started two years ago when I bought my first pistol as part of my required equipment when I became a volunteer Johnny Law in my hometown. They said it's required piece of equipment and I'm not quite sure why. So I decided to start shooting USPSA so I can practice with this new shiny Glock 22, based on my training officers advice. And according to my classification card I guess I made b-class at some point this summer.
Equipment I run is whatever I could find cheap on Amazon that fits this asexual plastic/metal tool of amazing harmony and craftsmanship. So basicly alot of bladetech gear with some Ghost mag holders for a little bit of color.
So in summary, I'm a large hairy stay at home dad with a sugar momma that suppitts for my gun cracking habit, that all started because I wanted to volunteer my time at a position that I could get shot at, just so I could get away and have some adult interactions away from my amazing kids!
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Posted 25 November 2017 - 03:06 AM
Awesome. You are 100% better than the recon cubical commandos of PF.com who have spents thousands on training and ten thousand more on gear.
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Posted 25 November 2017 - 04:53 AM
*Smart enough to marry for money
*Smart enough to conceal gun and gear purchases as "expenses" to your volunteer profession
*Smart enough to conceal USPSA matches as "training to keep you alive on the streets"
*Reminds me of my poor life choices
*No bullet points
*Insufficient Stegger Pro Shop purchases
*Must post pics of wife's T & A on sacred tits and butt threads
Please amend and resubmit for opportunity for your BOD
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Posted 25 November 2017 - 07:32 AM
I can visualize the kids raising hell t-bagging each other while you sit in your underwear tossing pop tarts at them and they catch them with their mouths - epic!
Nice work volunteering for johnny law - we will forgive the glock purchase for that fact alone.
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Posted 26 November 2017 - 06:12 AM
I hereby award you a super-sized bag of dicks, to be consumed immediately.
Welcome to Doodie.
PS> Dear n00bs - please take note. This is how it is done.
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Posted 26 November 2017 - 06:47 PM
all good BUT no mention of what food court you patrol .
not sure a 6'1' Yeti could be considered a ninja at the mall .
Nitromethane, nitrous oxide, nitrocellulose ....3 of my favorite things
To be sure of hitting the target , shoot 1st and call what ever u hit the target.
Posted 02 December 2017 - 03:29 PM
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It pins my irony meter when people post things like "your to stupid..."
You brought a rifle to a handgun competition?
Posted 03 December 2017 - 12:12 AM
You are correct Icehole.....as we say we don't catch the smart ones and the local Conoco literally shares the same parking lot as our Sheriff Department, so can figure out the type of people that do bad stuff at Conoco (hint is we catch them ;-))
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