Tue 27 Sep, 2011 11:20 pm
This was Philosophy Nite on TOP SHOT.
I 've gotta say:
tho Jake 's loud mouth has been obnoxious,
and he was presumptuous in appointing himself leader,
his philosophy of taking out the strongest
was the most logical, toward the goal
of winning the cash.
"In the end, there can be only 1."
If I were going to hire someone to fight for ME,
I 'd want him to have THAT philosophy (filosofy).
Gary 's ideas qua sportsmanship
make sense if the goal is only
to have some fun shooting weapons for free.
I thawt that 2 good guys faced @ other
in the elimination challenge.
Recently, in this forum, I told someone that
when I was hiring personnel for my law firm last century,
that I'd be disinclined to hire an applicant with tatoos,
but I gotta ADMIT that if someone had arrived
with the 2nd Amendment visibly tatooed on him,
as Chris has, I might well have hired him on-the-spot; I 'd have been tempted.
Some people in this forum may believe that I am taken
with the 2nd Amendment. I was very impressed with it,
when I discovered it in the back of the Constitution, when I was 9,
but it did not move me enuf to have it written on me in tatoo,
as the winner, Chris did. He also has a revolver tatooed
on his arm, and he has a child named LIBERTY.
I wish him well, and I 'd like to shake his hand.
A friend of mine is a bailiff for the NY State court system.
He said that the guy who has the locker next to him is Mike,
the red head that got eliminated last week.
He said that the group had a reunion for dinner
in a New Jersey restaurant very recently.
Thay did not tell us
the caliber of the arrows.
Has anyone any thawts qua the relative merits
of the re-curved bow, as against the compound bow ?
I kinda hope that Chris will win the Top Prize.