A Southern Colorado InterNACHI meeting will be Saturday the 19th 9AM at Maggie Mays Rest & Pub 2405 E Pikes Peak Ave (719) 475-1623. This meeting is to discuss the current status of this chapter and to welcome Dominic with HIP and possibly an additional guest from out of state. We all know from Dominics posts how helpful he is. Any InterNACHI member is welcome to attend. Please RSVP here.
Hey, you guys have me till after lunch- Whatever you want!
Marketing, compare notes, do a ride-along, take me out to sporting goods stores, go plinking . . . I’m open, & look forward to meeting you all!
I asked him that too. I think he’s just making up words to look fancy. He CLAIMS it means country boys throw things and us city boys catch them in their teeth. I think he had a little too much to drink :mrgreen:
When I was young and growing up, we used the word “plinking” to
mean using a 22 or what-have-you, and shooting at cans and bottles out in the woods…:twisted:
It was a lot of fun, and I grew to appreciate, and developed a healthy respect for, using what we used to call “guns”, and now “weapons”.
(And yes, I learned the difference between my “gun” and my “weapon” in basic training)
Steven, thanks for letting me know what it REALLY means, since Russ was sending me on a wild goose chase. Right now he’s up at NACHI HQ having fun. I’ll be there tomorrow. I’m down in Colorado Springs right now. Damn it’s cold! The guy at the airport said it was 15 below last night? I lived in the mountains about 2 hours east of Los Angeles for about 10 years. It snowed often but never really got below the 20’s. Lowest I ever saw it was 0.
Steve; When I was young I never liked guns too much and never got to respect guns until I owned my first BB gun.
Once I had gone to my fathers garage and modified my BB gun to work like
The RifleMan, the other kids got pissed off and would shoot me in the gazoo.
Yepper, it was cold wasn’t it?
Last night was the coldest I’ve seen at my house this winter, out in Falcon, and we had about 8 below when I was up this morning.
Glad to see Hank V. back in the action here too.
I hope he comes Saturday,as he’s a great guy, very experienced, and has a lot to offer our chapter.
Bring all the questions to the meeting and we will figure out what is best for everyones interest as a group. I vision a great group of members that support the chapter equally and receives the benefits of the combined experience.