Comments: Scouts, Guns, Fire... His Heaven

"And he was proud... he sat there in his chair, looking like he needed a beer and a cigar, grinning as the fire roared..."

That statement coupled with the ability to fire one bullet and hit your target is exactly what this Country is all about..

Great Job of Parenting..

Damn there is hope..

PT

Posted by P'cola Titan at June 29, 2009 09:25 PM

And to think all this from a city boy in Palm Beach County. Ha!!! I strongly suspect he will not settle here. He'll find some place he can do more of what he likes...

He has really taken to Scouting.

Posted by Bou at June 29, 2009 09:55 PM

He knows what he wants and what's important to him. He will go far in life. LOL.

Posted by Teresa at June 29, 2009 10:03 PM

Ha! Love that Ringo. He'd love it here, we are bred to be sharp-shooting pyromaniacs! ;)

Posted by oddybobo at June 30, 2009 09:45 AM

I birthed a sharp shooting pyromaniac.

Too funny! But, it might come in handy. :)

Posted by PeggyU at June 30, 2009 10:53 AM

I've done some rifle and shotgun with our Scouts on occasion. Nothing lights up an adolescent 14-year-old's face like watching his first clay disappear in a puff of dust after a direct hit with a shotgun. Even better were the younger ones that braved my 12-gauge pump and went around the next day at church sporting the bruise on their shoulder like a badge of honor. For the ones that came out best on the rifle and shotgun we gave them an extra treat - two full clips worth with an M-4 Bushmaster. Talk about wetting their pants with excitement.

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Ahh, to be a Young Man again...

Posted by Elisson at July 1, 2009 05:22 AM

Do you think most kids wanna get into Scouting to learn their little oath and earn badges?

Nah, it's a parental-approved way to play with guns and fire, something all little boys love....

Posted by George P at July 1, 2009 04:12 PM