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Checking in over here. I first heard about VAGF on opencarry.org on the advertisement on forum. And a few friends were on here so I figured I would join.
I am from Chesapeake and I just started out in firearms last summer. Bought my Taurus PT-145 and love it. I received my CHP in November, attended Lobby Day in January, met lots of great people and learned a good majority of the laws. This year I have picked up a 709S and a PT-99. I researched what I wanted, avoided the few bad models Taurus has out and quite happy with what I ended up with. Still waiting to hear back about my free NRA membership from buying a Taurus in 2011. Will be supporting others over the next couple paychecks of my new job.
I look forward to hangin out on the forum and meeting other members. Anyone else got a Dane??
Welcome to VGOF, GreatDaneMan
"Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." - Benjamin Franklin
Hey greatdaneman, I too live in Chesapeake and I have a great dane. And I am new to the forum.
Thanks for the welcomes!
Awesome! We should have a dog day. Last weekend I OC'd with another member went hiking by my house. Lots of hills and Roo loved playing in the swamp of all things. Got the truck stuck, saw some atvs sink in the swamp, had a good time.
Welcome to the forum.
Had a Dane years ago.
“Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.” - Churchill
"The unexamined life is not worth living" - Socrates
I've never had a Great Dane, but I've met a few of them.
I was installing a satellite system in someones house once, and they had a Great Dane who knocked me down, sat on me, then tried to lick my face off. Big ol' playful puppy, he was. Later, I watched him go to the sliding glass door, remove the security stick, unlock the door with his tongue, then open the door. When he stepped out, he shut the door behind him. I commented to the home owner that I was impressed that they were able to teach him that trick, she said "Oh, $h1t... he's not supposed to go outside... " Later, she said that the Dane had figured that trick out on his own. Clever.
"God Almighty created simplicity. Complexity, inspired by the Great Deceiver, tends to be the province of men. " S. H. M., IV
I'm an American-American
Danes are insanely smart, but even more goofy. Just watch this video.... Smart puppy opening a round door knob.
A dane that just left our rescue would go ALL over the house and close every single door. He always locked himself in the bathroom.
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