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Ernie's House of Whoopass! August 12, 2015
August 12, 2015

This May Surprise You But I Don't Think Anyone Asked Him To His Senior Ball.

The diving boards of today just aren't what they used to be; 15 years ago, diving boards had major spring, but today, mainly because manufacturers are scared of lawsuits; it's tough to find a diving board that has very much spring at all. The diving boards of today simply aren't what they used to be; 15 years ago, diving boards had main spring, but today, mainly because manufacturers are scared of lawsuits; it's tough to find a diving board that has very much spring at all. And because these boards are so rigid, they lose their novelty rather quickly, causing pool owners to regret having installed them in the first place.

Schnucks is a supermarket chain established in the St. Louis area, started in 1939 with the opening of a 1,000-square-foot store in north St. Louis city and now operates 97 stores in five states throughout the Midwest. Schnucks also ran stores under the Logli Supermarkets and Hilander Foods banners. Schnucks is one of the largest privately held supermarket chains in the United States. In May 2014, Schnucks closed three of the seven Rockford, Illinois area stores they had previously purchased from The Kroger Company. Due to the highly competitive market, Schnucks had a non-compete clause for no grocer to move into these vacant locations. The city in turn was able to pass a ordinance to block any grocer of doing so.

Penelope Lopez, known professionally as Arianny Celeste, is an American UFC ring girl and pinup model. Celeste was on the cover of FHM Philippines for May 2012, and Maxim magazine's November/December 2012 issue. And she also took this video of herself jumping on a trampoline. You're welcome.

Aw crap, the check engine light came on in my Toyota. Can you direct me to this Toyota dealer? And seriously, if anyone can find a better quality version of that image, please let me know where.

Thanks for sharing the Rusty Diamond video. Made those strange liquid drips down my cheek. We have no children, but we have Sugar, she is our "Kid." Visit your site daily. Carry on, Sir. Nice work, Scott, Zanesville, Ohio

Ernie- I picked up a Taurus PT111 G2 pistol on your recommendation for concealed carry, taking the class this Saturday for my CCP. Can you also recommend a good CC holster? I'm assuming inside my jeans behind my back but open to suggestions. Thanks! Brad

I'll preface this by saying I do not small-of-back carry, so I don't have any first hand experience in it. I don't have any first hand experience in it because when I was considering doing so, every piece I read on the subject discouraged me from doing so. The biggest reason for that was sweeping your own body while drawing your gun under stress. What you're supposed to do is reach back and pull the firearm from its holster, bringing it straight down pointing it at the ground, around your body, and then up to your target. Easy to do when you're at the range but under stress, your mind wants to bring that gun on target via the shortest path possible; out of your holster, across your midsection, and up to target. A little too itchy a trigger finger -- easy to do with a striker fired pistol -- or a little too much adrenaline and presto, you've just shot yourself in your kidney. I've also heard it hurts to sit in a car, prints horribly if you sit, bend, or move. But perhaps most importantly after the danger of shooting yourself, if you ever fall (or are tackled) onto your back the gun all but impossible to draw and that's presuming you don't have any spinal injuries from landing on said gun. So based upon that admittedly second-hand information, I would discourage small-of-back carry. If anyone thinks otherwise, please write in.

As for holsters, you're really only limited by your budget. And let's be honest, one of the draws is the PT-111 G2 is its economical price.... to me there's no sense in dropping $200 on a holster for a $200 handgun, amirite? On one side of the spectrum, you can go with the el cheapo Uncle Mike's open top style for a whopping $8.99 -- size 12 for a Glock 26, so I'd guess that's about right. Inexpensive, comfortable out of the box, but with only one plastic clip it tends to want to cant forward or backward under the weight of the gun. been there, done that, not a bad choice short term but eventually you'll get sick of adjusting it after you've walked a bit. A nice mid-range custom kydex holster made to fit the PT-111 can be had at RDR Kydex holsters out of Miami and run by a gun named Matt Phillips. The catch is, the PT-111 G2 being somewhat of a new piece, I don't see it as an option under their online forms. That's not to say they don't make it for the PT-111 G2, they probably just haven't updated their website... you can ping them via tele or Facebook to find out. And then if you want to get into the Caddillac of holsters, you can look into a Crossbreed which you can jazz up with options and literally run the price up over half the cost of the gun itself. My advice of the three? The RDR Kydex is the best bang for your proverbial buck.

So I'm in the middle of this game of hide-and-go-seek with this chick, and she's really good at it. Right now, I suspect she's hiding behind a tree, but I can't find where. Can you help me out?

Hi Ernie! Longtime reader, so I know to keep this brief … Here are the two locations of your NYC picture quiz: Picture #1 is of The Times Square Walgreens, located on Broadway, between W 43rd St & W. 42nd St. It actually isn't connected attached to the NYPD building, which is the Times Square Substation of the Midtown South Precinct. The substation is located on the narrow space of W. 43rd St. between Broadway & 7th Ave. While the actual MTS Pct. is located further downtown at 357 W. 35th St. I was with the NYPD for 29 years and just retired last year so I know this place all too well! Pictore # 2 was a bit harder. The store is now painted yellow and the flower pot is now gone and the store is now known as FLY London, located at 375 Bleecker St in the West Village section of NYC. The clues were the clip of that street sign (Perry St) and you can clearly make out the reflection of a Tommy Hilfiger store which used to be across the street. You also can clearly see that the woodwork on the storefront remains the same. Keep up the good work! (a different) Scott

At first I was going to give you some speech about the 2003 movie The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen; personally I thought it sucked, so I decided against that and instead would like you to tell me what the fuck is in this can? Is it cookies?

Pretty much every imaginable version of Monopoly has been released, from 007 editions all the way through to Dachshund-opoly, but now manufacturer Hasbro has unveiled the Back To The Future Trilogy Monopoly set. Tokens in the game include a DeLorean, a hoverboard, Doc Brown's dog Einstein, Marty's hat, the clock from the Hillvalley Clocktower and, of course, the iconic Nike Air Mags. [what, no skateboard?! BULLSHIT!] On the property side, you'll find the McFly residence, Doc's Blacksmith Shop, Mansion and Lab, as well as the 1955 and 1885 Clocktowers. Look out for the Back To The Future Trilogy version of Monopoly this September.

It was 1953 when UGL held its first national sales meeting and introduced the DRYLOK line, including nine separate products for waterproofing basements, stopping active masonry leaks, protecting and beautifying interior or exterior masonry walls. Since that time, a nationally recognized rating magazine has rated waterproofing paints on two separate occasions and both times, DRYLOK Masonry Waterproofer has come out on top. UGL's Latex Base DRYLOK Masonry Waterproofer is a low odor, water clean-up formula for waterproofing all interior, exterior, above or below grade masonry walls, cinder and concrete blocks, stucco, brick, retaining walls, basements, and foundation. No pre-mixing or pre-wetting is necessary.

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