I've been in a couple dozen forums in the last two or three decades. Unlike you prune eating keyboard jockey...I've met a large number of people....prolly more than 100 across th nation. Do your own search....MadJacks FIRST golf outing. There's a picture with four of us at that particular outing for that forum in Indiana. I'm on the far left. That was a number of years ago. Currently I'm still 6'5" and now 268. I've owned a very labor intensive business for three decades and lift & exercise daily. Seeing all the keyboard chirping and demagoging you employ.....I'm positive you would be light work if we were to ever get into any physical altercation.
This is the last time I give you any attention.
When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the losers.
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