Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Sandman_NC, Dec 9, 2018.
The main reason we went was for our Nephew’s wedding.
Great photos. Stay safe up there.
Thanks... we are home now.
That is a great photo.
Was that at the wedding reception or whatever it is called?
Looks like a small classy night club.
Awesome pictures of your family and thanks for sharing them with us here sir. Great to know that you guys were able to have a good time up there and then make it safely back to firearm-friendly territory south of the Mason-Dixon line without being brain-washed or coerced into surrendering anything dear to your beliefs.
Question now is...……...did you let any of those New Yorkers being held captive know about CFF and that we encourage home and firearm ownership in either of the Carolinas to escape the tyranny they live under now?
PUH---LEEZE assure me that you told them about us @Sandman_NC
Glad you had a good time, maybe those pics and your story (of making it back!) will calm the nerves of others when they are 'forced' to go north of the Mason Dixon
That was a pic at the reception.... the saxophone guy was all over the dance floor mingling with guest while playing along with the DJ...that was COOL! Now about the reception..... WOW! Never been to a more fancy reception. Hate to know what that cost.
Three levels of food served by the folks wearing the fancy attire.... we were STUFFED! Let me see if I can find a pic or two.
As a matter of fact I did.... just a few folks though. Didn't want to come across as that crazy gun guy. lol
Did you smell freedom when you landed back home?
How much did you pay for that picture with the desnudas (the costumed characters in Times Square)?
You know it! Pics were free.... don't know the folks in that pic. LOL
I did hear them ask for money though.
You are carrying arent you. I wont tell.
I sure am.
The most interesting thing about being in the city was driving in it! Holy Smokes!
Yup, gotta watch out at the red lights, when it turns green wait about three seconds, cabs and other idiots run the reds.
Sort of like driving in downtown Raleigh or Charlotte, just a lot more congested with buses, cabs, dial a cab aka private limo cars, they are the worst.
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