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Danny Noonan

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About Danny Noonan

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  • Birthday 11/30/1969

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  1. Laphroaig. This is good stuff. Trader Joes $32.99. Drinking a little tonight. A few of my friends think its too strong. Bah. Its perfect.
  2. I don't find it funny at all. I think its retarded. I also do not find it offensive. If you find it offensive, then you are probably the kind of person that ought to be thrown into the sea chained to an anchor.
  3. The SKS was a freebie from elsewhere - I'd never buy one.
  4. This sort of reminds me of my epic thread wherein I asked The Sand Trap community about whether anyone around here had nailed the beer cart girl.
  5. With January just about over, how is your 2011 shaping up to be? I think people are sick and tired of the negativity that this depression has brought us, and that things may be looking to get good again. Am I wrong? Are any of you noticing your business improving, your job prospects / pay / career getting any better? I sure hope so, and hope I'm not the only one who thinks that 2011 is going to rock.
  6. The tail end of 2010 rocked for me and my businesses, and 2011 is looking awesome. No complaints here!
  7. I can't really tell if you are trying to be funny, or this is just a stupid comment. I'll err on the safe side, and go to bed thinking it is just a stupid comment.
  8. I hold a CCW in 4 states. I own three Benelli M4 shotguns, a Benelli M2 shotgun, a Benelli M1 shotgun, a loaded M1A, a Socom II, a Socom 16, a Sig 556, two MSAR Steyr Aug style rifles, an SKS, a Remington 870 with Vang Comp barrel, a Rock River Arms AR, a few Kimber pistols, a few HK pistols, a few GLOCK pistols, a S&W; TRR7 hand cannon revolver...that's off the top of my head. I'm ready for the end, but I've not fired off one round in over a year. Does that count?
  9. Perhaps you can point me out to the part where I was whining. Oh, you can't. Noted.
  10. This is true. I'm sorry I created the thread. Had played golf that day and there was a hot beer cart girl. The guys I was with started spinning their dreams, desires, and stories. After a scotch or two the other night when I posted that thread, seemed like it could be an amusing topic. In bad taste, though, in retrospect, and I'm sorry to Eric for having posted it.
  11. I just tell them to "be the ball." If they aren't being the ball, I tell them that, too.
  12. Anyone here done it? I'm not talking about the fact that you date the beer cart girl. I'm talking, she rides up, you turn on the charm, and sometime at a later date, you have sex with the beer cart girl. Does it happen? Share your story. I've not had sex with the beer cart girl. But back in my pool playing days, I've had sex with girls that were working as servers and bringing me beers. Kind of the same thing. But nowhere near as cool.
  13. The big thing for me is I need it to look nice in my backyard, not thrown together with crap materials. Some of those cheaper alternatives look like they will work, but also do not look as sturdy or nice. I live in a neighborhood where I may have trouble with an association about this, and the better and more professionally built it looks, the better chance I can get away with it. If it looks like a half-ass attempt at a golf cage, it will really attract the ire of the association. Fortunately, I live on the end next to a forest-greenbelt area with no neighbors that will really notice this, so I might just get away with it. But to be sure, I want it to look appealing and not weak/flimsy and somewhat trashy. The cheaper units just don't look as nice. Perhaps sportnetting.com has used camera tricks to make their product look more appealing, when it really is not. Before I decide, you can bet I'll be asking sportnetting for many more pics than just the one that is provided with the ad. The way I look at the price - the club I'm a member at, which is the only close driving range to my home, charges $14 for a bucket of 100 balls. After I hit 100 buckets in my net, I'll have more than paid for the net and cage. I'll still go to the driving range occasionally, but with the net/cage, I can hit in my backyard anytime all the time. I'm grilling out steaks, and I hit 20 or 30. I'm letting the dog out, I hit 10 or 20. I just see it as something I'll use a TON, and I don't mind doing it right, whatever the cost. That's just it, though. I want to do it right.
  14. http://www.sportnetting.com/products...s_bentley.html I've read good things about sportnetting.com and I've got a side yard that is just big enough to fit this with a little room. I think the netting and cage will work well in my backyard. The only concern I have is where to put the mat. I'm afraid I'll have a lumpy mat due to the fact that I'd be placing it on grass instead of on a hard surface, such as concrete. Any tips? Thanks in advance! Oh, I turned 40 today, so please be generous with your tips / experiences with these things.
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