ho knows? Maybe I was aiming directly at a cabbage patch kid. I won't say. What I will
say is that I like my method of firing bullets more than Jeff's. Target shooting is far more accurate when bullets are fired from a gun rather than an oil burner.S
hotgun shells? In an oil burner
, Jeff??? I dare say you were lucky to survive more than just CSA. Not that I didn't do my share of crazy-stupid-insane-dumb things. But while your stuff involved shotgun shells and oil burners, mine involved more benign things like snails and toothpaste. Or dissecting dead mice on my mother's vanity counter with her tweezers and a silver-plated knife from the fine china. Then wrapping the carcass in a wad of tissue paper and hiding it in the back of the drawer. Then being a half mile down the street with my friends when I heard the blood-curdling shriek. I wish I knew you back then, Jeff. Then I could have said, "But mom, dead mice can't hurt you! At least I don't explode ammunition in the house in an uncontrolled manner!"K
en, I am amazed at your wonderful images. Is that all the same kid? You look so different from one to the other. That goth one is amazing! What was that pose about? I think my fave was the cabbage patch execution. You just had this look of absolute purpose on your face.B
y the way - my rifleman pic - that was a Remington Matchmaster 22. It weighed 8 pounds and I could barely carry it. And yes, Jeff - even though you only see my back, I probably was smiling.