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What about being removed by someone else? https://uploads.disquscdn.c...

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Talk about room temp IQ.......Or maybe a really cheap gender re-assignment surgery?

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I even forgot what it was.

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Ooops . . .you were right . . . I forgot the political ban on your thread.   Sorry . . . It was a Trump gif.

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It's cool. I can deal with a few honest mistakes--especially from one of my favorite users. smile

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Thanks, NULL . . . . one of my fave Mods . . .

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Oddly, what I recall most about the range was the exhilaration of the shock waves. The wave was so low frequency, you could feel the difference from when it hit the front of your body to when it left the back. It was amazing, and had some kind of weird effect on my body chemistry that just made me feel like I was on some kind of energy drug or something. Other soldiers said the same. I've been on a lot of different kinds of weapon ranges, but the grenade range was the only one that had that effect. The only thing that's come close is standing right in front of blasting concert speakers. I'll never forget it.