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Old April 9, 2009, 08:14 PM   #10
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Based upon what you have said, I would think that the gun is in need of a clinical psychogunologist to see if there are some mental issues - or as you said - crazy - things going on in the mind of the gun. Of course, this is a costly procedure, and will probably wind up costing you more than the gun is worth. These things take time, you know.

Therefore, just send the gun to me for treatment, and I will keep it as payment for the services rendered.

The Doc is out now.
General McAuliffe said it best "Nuts."
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