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What a different world our kids will live in, certainly a more clean and beautiful one in this area. Well, we told them we would be back in a half hour or so. Cathy had downloaded a half-dozen offers from various dealers through Edmunds.

We travel a lot to our various Gun Shows and I load up the car pretty good with iron in gun cases so we need comfort, performance and room. I found that the Chrysler Stow—n—Go feature with the heavy duty hauling package is an ideal vehicle for a Gun Show dealer. With that amount of room we can distribute a heavy load evenly with a very comfortable and smooth drive.

Well, regardless, when I enter a car dealership I naturally have an attitude of me against all of them! With stern face and aggravated body language glancing around like this was a den of vampires some unfortunate lady asked if I needed help. I informed her I was looking for Lindsey, who she would go and find. We looked in and out, no trailer hitch, no power folding rear seat, no sun roof, no Michelins — no good, I thought!

But I sat in the driver seat and played with the buttons while Cathy went looking for something else. I pushed the shift to reverse and the back-up camera screen showed me how much room I had to park this thing — so I did. Meanwhile, Cathy had Meghan pull out another Town and Country next to my black one. Cathy found her car. We took it for a quick drive to check for wind noise and ease of handling and it was fine, including the blind spot sensor feature in the mirrors.

Well, with some negotiations of give and take, Cathy got her car. Literally — got her car that same day — within hours of when we came in we were driving her new car to our appointment in South Glens Falls on its first business trip! I never knew one could buy a car and drive it off the lot the same day — what a new world I am discovering!

We actually enjoyed buying a car at Nemer. And, of course, we talked about guns and our Saratoga Springs Arms Fair we have produced at the City Center for the past 32 years. I think I may try to get them to exhibit at our next event in August and show a vehicle to our gun folks. Pretty good day so far. An hour late but we still made our appointment to buy a collection of Autumn Leaf china made by Hall Company and sold decades ago through the Jewel Tea traveling salesmen.

We buy and sell more than collector and investment firearms, we also buy several patterns of Hall china. And we also collect. Well, we came, we saw, we bought, we left — all without lunch and just a light breakfast; Cathy and I were famished and now it was nearly 7 PM. We needed to stop again at Nemers to pick up our other Town and Country and we remembered passing the Wishing Well Restaurant so on our way back down Route 9 we stopped there for dinner.

We had never been to the Wishing Well before. After greetings, our very pleasant hostess sat us at a table for four — what I like — with elbow room and comfortable chairs. Besides, we are friendly people, and evidently, celebrities! I was impressed when the hostess showed her an extensive Scotch list, Cathy settled for 12 year old Glenfiddich; never ruin the 18 year old with vermouth! Then some simply delectable New England lobster bisque with a touch of Sherry.

A real close competition to my own but I am slightly biased! We both were also half sauced with one drink after not eating all day so we were definitely ready to order; Cathy picked the pair of 4 ounce filet mignons and I had a pair of Maryland crab cakes.

You could not wish for a more melt in the mouth, tender steak and their perfect crab cake than we had at the Wishing Well. Their sign says fine dining and we certainly dined finely. The service was terrific and our excellent waitress, Kylee, was super. We conversed about the food and our business, I told him that some of our Saratoga gun dealers raved about the food here and how they visit when they are in town at our Arms Fair, but that today was our first experience even though we have done business in Saratoga for years.

What a great meal, then we talked guns — Bob had told me that he and his son were at our past March Saratoga Arms Fair and also had a half dozen long guns hanging over his back bar and asked if I would take a look and perhaps apprise him of any information, which I obligingly did.

On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire at last and the White House will be occupied by a downright moron. Make SURE you read below the line! Ou r New Blog Page is starting After threats of protest, a Friday thunderstorm of drenching rain followed by extreme humidity and deep pools of rain water our Saturday morning crowd at the Saugerties Ice Arena Arms Fair was only a trickle.

I thought we were in for another slow show continuing the trend of bad weather during the week with gorgeous weekend sun that was keeping our crowds doing outdoor activities. But the trickle became a steady flow and we ended up with a decent public attendance. I sold two military WW II rifles within the first hour and continued on with buying and selling until about noon when the traffic became light again.

The beautiful spring weather won out and with lots of things going on, the public stayed outside in the sun instead of coming inside to buy our guns. Reports from other gun shows confirmed that the light public attendance was spread completely throughout the circuit and that trend seems to have begun in mid April.

Naturally, some dealers had excellent shows, some just good, while others did poorly; the nature of the beast even though gun and ammo sales are still hot. Supply of what attendees want, however, is still tight, or even non existent while prices are high.

Regardless of rosy economic forecasts by this current and morally corrupt administration in Washington, there is not a lot of disposable cash in the hands of middle class Americans but there is plenty of doom and gloom to go around. The weekend news of Bagdad potentially falling to radical hoards of Muslims resembling the scourge of Genghis Khan spurred on talk of wasted American lives and incompetence in the White House.

It also spurred the renewed urgency of buying a gun and some ammo. I must have been busy doing business and was quite disappointed considering I had a cased Travis Tritt Commemorative Single Action Army revolver among my display; I wonder if he saw it? Also, one dealer reported speaking with Willie Nelson and his Manager! Then on Sunday we had Hank Williams Jr. Way to go Hank!

Still wish you bought that Schofield, call me! All in all, the Saugerties Arms Fair was an overall nice event, no protests, and as usual no problems; the concession stand and arena personnel were terrific and the show was another NEACA success.

If all goes well in our future, we will return next year amid lots of offers of help in getting the word out to the surrounding gun clubs and gun enthusiasts so our exhibitors can afford their own return to a great little village and our second Saugerties Arms Fair.

See the local news poll at: Hundreds of guns will be on display to peruse, purchase and parlay the price with a trade or on a special gun show sale. Also, you may want to bring something in to sell to our collectors and dealers who are always interested in buying vintage firearms, collectable knives or vintage sporting items and war militaria. Viewing our tables is like a walk thru history or a museum where you can also buy what you see and like.

Knives and swords will be there plus a very fine fellow who can sharpen that dull kitchen knife on the spot. Want a Damascus blade folding knife? You can find one at our show. Americana, vintage sporting collectables, Adirondack lore and even a world renowned nature photographer, none other than Dennis Donahue, can be found at our weekend event. As we say, we are so much more than just guns! But remember, our country was founded, explored and secured because of our ability to have, hold and keep our firearms; it is the American Heritage, our historic way of life, that so many individuals outside our beloved United States can only wish to one day attain.

So, we still call our show what it really is, a gun show or an Arms Fair that celebrates our American tradition and our Second Amendment right of gun ownership. Search the attic for that old military uniform or World War memorabilia, dig out that unused smoke-pole antique rifle or rummage the cellar for those old traps, duck decoys or sporting art no longer of your use and bring it along to sell or trade with our collectors.

And, if you are ready to trade that old handgun for something new, or just want a new trap gun or closet shotgun stop by our show this Saturday from 9 AM to 5 PM or even Sunday from 9 to 3 and talk to our dealers about your needs.

Our dealers have plenty of that ridiculously scarce twenty-two ammunition, lots of shot shells and even hard to find or obsolete ammo at the show. Our local and State representatives who selflessly serve our great country are always invited to our NEACA events and many prominent politicians have stopped by our shows.

For this weekend event Congressman Chris Gibson noted that he would like to be here in Saugerties for our Gun Show and we expect that he will be attending on Saturday. From hunting accessories, scopes and sights, gun racks and gun signs, targets or reloading supplies to wartime Lugers and Nazi dress daggers … there is something for everyone at our NEACA Arms Fairs.

Come and see for yourself this weekend. Wow, pickles to pickelhaubes, all at our Arms Fair! Why would anyone want to protest? It needs to go viral. If you are not a veteran send this to those that you know who are, or to those who may know veterans.

The United States elections will be held on Tuesday, November 4, During this midterm election year, all seats in the United States House of Representatives and 33 of the seats in the United States Senate will be contested in this election. A movement has been started by our armed forces to get out the vote in They are organizing themselves, but this can be done by all of us. The President, the Commander in Chief, has made the Rules of Engagement ROE so difficult, that our troops are often killed before they can even get permission to fight.

Nothing has been done to stop our troops from being murdered by the Afghanis they are training, either. The President, with his Democratic control of the Senate, has nearly all the power. If the Non-Establishment Republicans, and Conservatives, can take back the Senate in , our troops can once again be protected from unnecessary danger. Please consider this, and send it on to your mailing lists. Interestingly enough, when GWB was president you heard about the military deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan almost daily.

With Obama in the White House, the mainstream media has been strangely quiet. More than 1, American soldiers have lost their lives in Afghanistan in the last 27 months. This is more than the combined total of the nine years before. Thirty have died in August. During the last month, over 50 additional NATO and US servicemen have been murdered, inside jobs by those who are hired to be a force for good in Afghanistan.

The commander in chief is AWOL. Not a peep, although he ordered the White House flag flown at half-staff for the Sikhs that were killed. There is a deep disgust, a fury, growing in the ranks of the military against the indifferent incompetence of this president.

It has taken on a dangerous tone. No one knows what to do about him, but the anger runs deep as the deaths continue with no strategic end in sight to the idiocy of this war.

Obama has had 4 years to end this futile insanity, during which time he has vacationed, golfed, campaigned, and generally ignored the plight of our men and women in uniform. But, there is now a movement afoot in the armed services to launch a massive get out the vote drive against this president.

Not just current active duty types, but the National Guard, Reserves, the retired, and all other prior service members. This is no small special interest group, but many millions of veterans who can have an enormous impact on the outcome of the November election if they all respond.

The one million military retirees in Florida alone could mean an overwhelming victory in that state if they all show up at the polls. It might not keep another one hundred U. When is the US Congress going to Impeach this failure? No More Tickling of the Ivories. Commentary by David Petronis Obama have their way.

Those pianos will soon be illegal to use and quite possibly your favorite artist performing on one could end up in jail! Hail the regulators and do-gooders everywhere! Any good liberal democrat knows that the end always justifies the means.

Watch out knee, here comes another jerk! Now we all want to save the darling endangered elephant, even though they kill and injure hundreds of people per year and destroy hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of homes, property and crops, all that should be overlooked because man, Africans, Indians and Asians, are infringing on their territory.

I agree, save the elephant from ivory poachers. The way to do it is not by destroying the ivory trade in the United States, which is not that significant with current ivory supplies, but by destroying the poachers themselves and guarding our borders from traffickers in illegal ivory.

Am I being too harsh, again? This ban will only increase the price poachers will get in the future. All will become worthless and the artists who still create these things will themselves become extinct.

Millions of dollars of art, instruments, tools and cherished heritage will become worthless overnight. And do these regulators actually believe by causing this to occur that they will stop one elephant to be poached? If they own them, and raise, care and harvest them, they will have a stake in the elephants future well being and can eventually make an income from their crop, or herd. One large old elephant could have a pair of tusks weigh in at pounds or more.

That could be a pretty good incentive for those villagers to protect their investments. Poachers would be shot on sight. Not to sit by and watch some beaurocratic Agency make them for the Congress! You have only several more days to do so. For myself, I have a vested interest in stopping this ridiculous process because of the firearms and antiquities I deal with as a licensed dealer; my ivory stocked guns plus those classic double barreled shotguns with little beads of ivory for a front sight and my ivory embellished guitars, other instruments, tools, knives and even my piano will soon become illegal to own or sell.

How is it about your cause? I also Have a Dream! I recall an inspirational speech given many years ago in which just a few short words have always resonated in my mind. Martin Luther King, Jr. Certainly, my cause may not be as grandiose as his or others like him, but there is at least a similarity.

King spoke of equality; my dream is for the same. He sought equality for mankind. I want an equal playing field in the business community and a halt to the practice of being treated as, at best, a second class citizen or at worse, a pariah or blight on the liberal community.

Yes, I am a gun owner; a person among many who feels like a target of persecution. Along with others, I have passed a Federal Bureau of Investigation Instant Background check in order to buy and posses a long gun. I am one of millions who has passed rigorous background surveillance simply to be able to handle a hand gun within New York State. Citizens who have demonstrated their mental stability, community worthiness, legal right and simply by being a good and honest person should not be looked at, as a threat, but as an ally.

I have been an FFL Dealer for nearly forty years regulated by the erratic laws in New York State, ones that govern sales, possession, use, registration, carrying and other restrictions, but are not simply created and voted on by our Legislature, but are entwined among a myriad of agencies, judges and burocrats to do with as they will. And believe me, if you could discover all which pertain to gun regulations they would fill a book. Do we seriously need them with all their complications?

I would say, probably not. The school law needs to go. We need to bring our children up with a sense of history and the American perspective. But my dream centers on my other gun related business. In the nearly thirty-five years that we have promoted shows throughout the Northeast, in New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, and including Long Island, we had very little difficulties with show venues.

We rented Armories in New York State and others quite extensively, we ran shows in schools along with other promoters who did the same. All things changed with Columbine and the crazed kids who lived out their video fantasies. And several other similar events perpetrated by similar unstable young people have occurred since.

This breakdown of a social issue should be used as a lesson in how to reach and treat people with problems before they engage in carnage but should not be used in a way to discriminate against a legal and legitimate business like ours. Schools and Colleges need money and renting their common ground facilities like field houses and gymnasiums should not only be for craft fairs and flower shows; they should go back to treating us gun show promoters with equality.

Or, so as to not discriminate against us, rent to no one at all. My dream of equality is to recognize that these great United States were only able to be formed, established and grown through the use of firearms.

History may be unsettling to some but both a Pilgrim and a settler needed a gun as much or perhaps even more than a hammer and a saw. But know this, all those tools were essential then and still are today. Protecting life and property in our Twenty-first Century may outweigh the primitive need for deer hide clothing and venison steaks, however, the realm of the hunting gun will never be lost.

It is said that there are probably million firearms in the hands of US citizens. That is enough to arm the whole populace. That is enough to wage war on invaders or on an oppressive government, as the Founders of our Constitution envisioned.

It is certainly enough to fuel our Gun Show community through most of our lifetimes. Guns are never going away. They will be improved in the eye of the new purchaser or collected in the beholding eye of the historian but never will they disappear. For them to do so would be the need to make the American spirit disappear; to make the American dream of life, liberty and pursuit of happiness disappear.

I want equality in our laws for gun related businesses and equality for gun owners. But when these same individuals resort to theft and coercion I want to be free from prosecutors who would rather defend the perpetrator rather than the victim or homeowner who defends his person or property. We gun owners have passed both the test of time and tests of community, it is time we regained our first class freedom and Second Amendment rights.

The world is a cruel place and always will be and survival of the fittest will always be the norm for most people. It is time again to teach children to be fit and how to survive. My dream teaches firearm safety back in schools and shooting classes instead of individual expulsion for a gun impression and ill-perceived safety of the huddling masses.

Start with asking questions of your upcoming school board members vying for election. Remember which Legislator turned their back on you and created a terrible law with the Safe-Act. Reward your pro-gun State and Federal official with funding and your vote and turn-out the turn-coat among us. I want to see our beloved America back in the reins of the God-Fearing and free people whose forefathers created and died for is my dream. I hope my dream resonates as yours. Register, vote, pray and be free.

Our advertising has begun with a direct mailing of over post cards offering an admission discount to prior attendees. Most of our core NEACA exhibitors, plus new ones, will be back for this terrific gun show and militaria exposition. Again, we will present to the public and our NEACA Members a walk thru history while they peruse our tables of exhibits. The Saratoga Show was one of the first events, and one which we did not cancel as other promoters did, after the tragic shooting in Newtown, CT.

All of the foregoing happening while the City Council of Saratoga Springs debated our shows existence and new city regulations about guns. It was a trying time for my wife, Cathy, and I as well as all of the Second Amendment supporters in the Country. Add to the debate the anti-gun protestors and petitions to ban our show at the City Center and the scenario became downright vicious in actions and in commentary.

What transpired is world-wide attention to our plight to run a gun show as we had done for over 30 years amid the calls for shutting it down for last January and banning it altogether in the future. However, the pro-petitions and pro-gun stance by a vast majority of the Saratoga Springs and surrounding area populace came to our support of the Arms Fair and with the overwhelming support of the businesses and people who showed up at the doors of the City Center at 9AM it was simply stunning.

Local news generated Regional news which brought in National and International news reporters and agencies; Cathy and I were inundated with interview requests. To this day we still get calls from some of these same outlets to express our opinion on gun matters. Folks still come up to me to shake my hand for just doing what my job is to do; run a good clean gun show.

The anti-gunners are still out there eager to finish their agenda of gun confiscation and ammunition purchasing. To consider this law in a more onerous way it means it is now illegal for any individual to sell, give or transfer any amount, style, type or caliber of ammunition to another individual unless you have this NYS license. I do hope you will all feel safer after January Luckily, our Arms Fair comes again to the city of Saratoga Springs, just before this ridiculous law takes effect.

You can still bring any of that hazardous and deadly material old or new ammunition to the show for our exhibitors, dealers and personal collectors to trade or purchase. As soon as the NYS Police get their new and expensive computerized data base up and running any NYS resident who wishes to purchase any amount of ammunition, such as a common, 50 round box of.

Folks, we need you again at our Saratoga Springs Arms Fair to show your continued support for our Gun Show and to demonstrate your anti-Safe-Act stance upon the Legislators in Albany who passed this costly and meaningless law last January. Remember them in November and work for their ouster, not the continuation of Albany politics as usual. Perhaps you should join a Tea Party near you and promote a candidate who will work for you. We need to save our Second Amendment. I am posting my thoughts on guns to the Times Union Blog on Guns.

If you would care to indulge yourself in commentary from both sides of the issue, stop by and take a look. Click on Times Union Gun Blog. This is my current post However, if you bring the gun and prospective buyer to a Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer, then you can complete the transaction if the FFL holder decides to do a background check on your buyer. It is simply not worth the time, effort and paperwork for the FFL dealer to do so.

Also, just like most of his gun grabbing Safe-Act, there are completely contradictory statements in the process as outlined. Not a way to run a government in my opinion and there are lawsuits being advanced to curtail the whole law or at least certain portions of it. To complicate matters, the State never sent dealers any information or notification about the new Safe-Act, so we had no actual written rules to follow, only by reading the published law on the web could a dealer try to make some sense out of the whole misguided approach to end gun violence.

So, Joe wants to buy this great little. Is Shirley going to get a visit from the State Police while Joe gets arrested for making an illegal transaction? Neighbor against neighbor are now going to be pitted against each other just like the Gestapo tactics in Nazi Germany or by the KGB in the Soviet era.

Do you feel safer? The DCJS hotline is to do your duty! While establishment Republicans called him names. Folks, let me clue you in on one fact, that was never policy in America. Rand Paul is responding with a rare and real Senate filibuster. Our, rather your, constitutional privileges, which used to be guaranteed for over years, are steadily slipping away. When a new deal by the Justice Department to purchase , mine absorbing combat vehicles, i.

I think firearms and ammunition sales will rise even further; it seems everyone, now wants a gun! I see doctors, nurses, lawyers, judges, business people, laymen, teachers, laborers, and even soccer moms, coming into my Mechanicville gun shop seeking firearms for self protection. Wow, folks in general are afraid to be without guns for protection! Then of course, we all need ammunition. Did you realize there is a very limited supply in shops, marts, malls, or at gun shows?

And prices have increased dramatically with the loss of supply. One major cause of the ammo shortage is government purchases. First, is for the military. What is your government getting ready for?

Internal strife could be an answer. Not only sales of guns and ammunition are at an all time high but folks are also stock piling food and essential supplies needed in a disaster.

What disaster do Americans think may be coming? I see nothing wrong with being prepared to be able to survive the next tornado, earth quake or major hurricane.

I and my family have dealt with the full effects of a tornado and know well there is literally no help within the first crucial days. There is an awful lot of talk and strategy, a lot of news reporting, but you are basically on your own in the debris with only rain and pain; usually without phones, electricity and perhaps water.

Being prepared for a natural disaster is a good start for any internal breakdown of society. The stock market is at an all-time high, right now. Our economy cannot possibly sustain such a rise; the bubble will burst! Day after day, news bombards our minds of how housing sales have increased, job reports are really great and Wall Street is doing terrific.

And, I believe, the bulls on Wall Street will soon be shoveling the crap left behind. My last January Arms Fair at the Saratoga Springs City Center saw a record crowd with vigorous purchases of guns, ammo and supplies … the hording continues. Most gun shops are out of product to sell, manufacturers are running at maximum capacity while the supply pipeline is barely a dribble.

As fast as product, that is guns and ammo, come in, it is gone! These facts must be able to tell us something; that something is fear. Our dealer tables are about sold out; the public is waiting and eager to converge on Saratoga again.

They will come to buy because that is where the product will be. While doing so they will spend cash in restaurants, at gas stations, in hotels and in toll booths. They will spur the area economy for another weekend and go home feeling a bit better that they have more ammo, more dry food stocks, more needed accessories or even their first gun.

Just like everybody out there I woke up this snowy Sunday morning about 7am, went to the early Mass, came home, tried to locate my morning newspaper in the snow bank and had a nice breakfast with my wife, Cathy. Then wanted to go back to bed and sleep the rest of the day.

Life is busy these days; we have to work hard just to stay ahead of the game. Sometimes I even dress in all black. Johnny Cash is singing away in my brain while I pull on my boots and strap on my Colts in shinning black leather, then adjust that Stetson to just the right pitch and swing open the doors to the City Center. Well, that is how it evidently appears to my friend, Charles Samuels. I even had my picture taken with you Charlie; I hope you posted it.

There always seems to be two sides to every story, unless you talk with a bunch of people then there are a bunch of sides to the same story.

To my gun guy side those buses alone mean about six to seven thousand folks, then there were the hundreds of cars or was it thousands with two to five more folks each; was that another two to five thousand more dedicated gun folks?

The fact is, there were ten to fifteen thousand pro-gun rally folks on the grounds to tell the Governor and the Legislature that we are not going to take it anymore! You folks showed them who was voting them in and who was going out. After passing one of the most atrocious scraps of so-called legislation in history now they want to tweak or amend it in some appalling vindication of their own stupidity. What is good for the public citizen is good for the government.

Or, what the government has the governed should also have. Better yet, get rid of the stupid requirement of seven rounds to a magazine! At least it had some sanity with it. Background checks are neither reasonable nor necessary for ammunition purchasers. Share it with entrepreneurs who will use it to create new jobs. As any good democrat will tell you, we should compromise. First of those being; notification to the FBI that a person may be unstable and should not own a gun.

And, two, that ALL folks should go thru a background check to own a gun. Also, third, the safe storage of guns if someone in the household is not allowed gun ownership. And to you, Charlie, my friend, I want you to know that when you were out evading the NYC muggers I brought my guns to town for over 30 years and no one was mugged or shot by any of our responsible Saratoga Springs gun buyers or owners.

And that this last Arms Fair in January saw about seven thousand of them supporting our show and their own Second Amendment Rights, the one that you seem to hold in high disregard. And just to clue all you anti-gunners in on another strange fact; even with all those wacky hill-billy types that descended on our Capitol last Thursday, literally around twelve to fifteen thousand of them, many probably armed with their concealed carry guns nobody got shot or caused any problems or damage.

It is very strange, I know, that when the cream of the crop of New York State get together for a rally no one gets hurt, arrested or shows cause for concern. We are going to invite some of your ill-informed and re-educated, to ours.

Are we to repeat a tragic history lesson? Commentary by David Petronis, 20 January I posed a question to one of the officers now deployed in Afghanistan and have yet to hear an answer.

I repeat my question to those of you who hold our Second Amendment dear to heart and also believe in our US Constitution. I also wonder of you in the National Army or in the National Guard or the Home Police Units, when called upon to disarm your friends and neighbors, who simply wish to exercise their Second Amendment right to KEEP their guns in the face of tyranny, who will be the first to pull a trigger.

Are we repeating history with brother against brother when push comes to shove, and the gun grabbers attempt to take from the gun owners what has been, and should be, their nearly three centuries old law and tradition of being an armed populace? Each side has vows to uphold and constitutional law as precedents to follow; who will flinch and then who will win?

Ever wonder, ever ask? My question may sound inflammatory, irrational or downright stupid to some, but to others, it is not farfetched or illogical; my question is also on the minds of millions of Americans. And then our minds wonder, where has it all gone wrong? And then our minds wander, back to what we loved, back to what we believed in and back to what we recognized. My grandkids will never know what I have known; they cannot experience what I have done. Even some of the simple things I did could get them locked-up or at the least, punished.

Could a fourteen year old sling a rifle over his or her shoulder and walk down a highway without someone calling the police? I did it as commonplace and then scaled a steep incline and walked the old iron railroad bridge, stepping only on the evenly spaced wooden rail ties while looking at the flowing Hudson fifty feet below.

To what insane purpose, one might shriek; to shoot woodchucks and squirrels in the fields and woods beyond the bridge, of course. I brought them home, skinned and cleaned, ready for the freezer or the cook pot. Today, a kid relaying that story in school would be cause for suspension! In my day it was cause for bragging rights of the shot I made!

Where have all the good times gone? That is what a gun was to me years ago and it still swells my chest to remember those fond days. My rifle was a tool to use safely and wisely and because I used a gun I was wiser and safer in all I did … well, mostly. We still all have our skeletons. But I was taught the use and I enjoyed hunting or just shooting for accuracy. Some of my friends would shoot baskets or run or play football; I would rather take in the wonders of nature and the beauty of the hills and woods I walked thru.

We all got along; we all tried for the same girlfriends we all went to the same school dances and sporting events. Mechanicville teams hated Saratoga teams, and vice versa; I never thought of shooting any of them, but we did yell a lot … sometimes, a real lot. Who, in school today, could teach a youngster how to be an Olympic Biathlon Shooter?

How many kids in school today even know what one is? Or even experience the pleasure of knowing that they could handle a rifle responsibly and actually hit what they were aiming at … our second amendment right view of gun control. Teachers, why not ask your school boards to consider putting firearms training and safety training back into our schools. You know the one they snuck-out from under the bed.

Yes, the world has changed considerably since I was a kid. We learned how history has a habit of repeating itself, are they teaching that now? What I do know is that it was a terrible war, even family against family; at times, brother against brother. The repetition of history may now be upon us again, but perhaps aged and experienced against the young and carefree, or gun-owner against the gun-grabber, brother against brother as it was as slaver against the enslaved.

A freight train rolled through Albany around midnight Monday, January 14 and more of our freedoms were loaded aboard bound for points unknown. We, who have already passed a background check, have been fingerprinted and vouched for by our peers, passed muster through a sitting judge and filed, signed federal forms stating, under penalty of laws, that each of us is not a drug user, felon, spousal abuser, illegal alien and on and on.

We, the cream of the crop of New York State citizenry are always somehow, singled out, and en mass, to further lose our liberties. This new gun law now intends to make its best citizens criminals. I have sharply condensed what follows to avoid repetition. What do you mean by goofer them? Is that doing them good or doing them harm? Well, yo'd be making them love yo' Dat means dat chew be in love wit' me -- jes' lak if ah would wanta make yo' love me, den ah'd have tuh continue jes' keep it on yo'.

Well, dey say for ninstance, dat you go to de cemetery an' de first seven grave dey come to, at de foot of de seventh grave, dey git down about seven inches and get out some of de dust. Den you take it home and put it into some salt and den you make seven steps into de home. De home dat you wants put de bad luck on, see.

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I, myself, you know, I won't loan salt. I'd rather give you a nickel and let cha buy some salt. Dat's whut we call dat graveyard clay , goofer dust. You mean that's what you call it down here? They take graveyard dirt , they say, and make goofer dust out of it and gave you a lingering cough.

It's supposed to be dirt come out de bur'in' groun'. An' yo' git little roots right from de root of a tree in de bur'in' groun' -- jis' cut de root off de tree. An' yo' take an' keep dat an' let it git kin'a ole, yo' know.

Yo' take dat an' ball it up lak dat [demonstrates]. Grind it up by rubbing it in your hands. An' yo' take it [with the graveyard dirt ] an' den yo' sprinkle it right 'roun' de front door [someone's] house an' yo' [that person] have bad luck. Well, goofer -- dis stuff a graveyard dirt , red peppah an' black peppah.

Ah call all dat stuff -- yo' kin git a snail an' powder him -- all of 'em goofer dust. Why do they call it goofer? Call it goofer -- it do things dat yo' cain't jis' ordinary things can do.

They claim they'll make it from bones, dried bones from people. They call it goofer dust at home. They sprinkle a little goofer dust in your tracks and you're sure goin' wrong. You know, if the rattlesnake die in the dust [snake shed? They claim they take serpents' heads and grind them up and powder them up and they supposed to bury that under your doorstep.

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Take devil grass and snake's head and grind it up together an' make a powder out of it Sprinkle it in dey hat, de bandin' of dey hat. It would run 'em blind. Do different things with it. Goofer dust -- dat's jest what you might call conjuration, jest lak yo' take a snake shed. Sprinkle it ovah anything -- anything a person eat or drink. Well, yo' see, dat's puttin' goofer dust in 'em -- dat's whut chew call de goofer dust Battle Bang 8 is about ladies who enjoy getting into the octagon, to throw some kicks and punches at their opponent, but somewhere during the match, the chic gets aroused and forgos the battle for a sexual hardcore rumble, where she'll give the guy a blowjob, before letting him fuck her so, even though she lost the match she won an orgasm and scored a facial.

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