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Barbourville, KY

Knox Street Tattoo

I got one done there last August and he did a great job. Shop was clean, needle came from a sealed bag.  (Sep 26, 2013 | post #5)

Corbin, KY

serious replies

Don't be an ass. You don't know my roots or situation. I'm Kentuckian by the grace of God. I'm currently on college up here, yet graduated down at Whitley County and Cumberland College. I'm offering assistance to be nice, per OPs request. Both of my parents are buried outside of Corbin, where I also lived for 15 years. Kentucky girls know how to handle a gun, and you don't want to piss one off. To the OP, sorry for filling up your serious replies with this kind of BS. I will never call myself a Buckeye as I've bled blue since birth and hate stuck up know it all jerks who spout off before knowing anything.  (Feb 7, 2013 | post #15)

Corbin, KY

serious replies

One more thing, a .22 makes a good gun for practice. Ammo is going up in price lately, and .22 is cheap. My husband and I both own .22s due to this.  (Feb 5, 2013 | post #6)

Corbin, KY

serious replies

As a person who owns handguns and female, I have the best aim using a .380 or 9mm. When shooting a 40 or 45, I get trigger anticipation, no matter what I do. Glock is a solid investment, easy to take apart and clean. Own a baby Glock for when I get my ccw. I come down to the area from time to time, and would be willing to show you some safety things and let you try out some handguns. A safety course is a great idea. There are basic courses, but with a ccw class you get safety plus the license. Good luck. Are there any ranges in the area? May want to look at local gun clubs too.  (Feb 5, 2013 | post #5)

Artemus, KY

Driver in fatal DUI wreck to stand trial

He stayed in, but recently had a second parole hearing I haven't heard the results of yet. Leonard passed away recently. I'm Marie's niece.  (Dec 12, 2012 | post #4)

Barbourville, KY

Why is JM Hall clsoing the nursing home

They shouldn't be losing money off of it unless its crappy management. I've been in hospital healthcare for 10 years now and know from the way they run those things and with Medicare/medicaid reimbursement it prolly makes more money than the actual hospital. Makes you wonder if they lost their CMS certification or something. Which means they don't get paid no more. My mom started that SNF unit at the old hospital back in the mid 90's and got it off the ground. Sad to see it go, but that hospital has been a victim of bad management for years.  (Nov 6, 2012 | post #34)

Williamsburg, KY

University of the Cumberlands

I got to agree here. While we as Baptists typically use grape juice when we practice the Lord's supper, they did have wine in those times. There are Bible verses that warned against drunkeness, as that was a sin. Water was turned into wine, but it was a drink, as in a glassful with dinner. Wine was a way of purifying the water. I think you might want to take a little Biblical History, or go talk to Dr. Bob or someone in the department. In today's world we have pure and clean options therefore we choose not to drink at all. Other religions do not have an issue with it. It was a culture shock for me to go to a Catholic Church festival in Cincinnati where everyone drinks beer, and they do have wine at their communion services. To this day I rarely drink, call it my Baptist roots plus the fact I just don't like it. A glass is about my limit. In fact the other day I was eating at a Mexican restaurant and overheard the booth next to me having a Bible study. They were drinking a margarita at the same time, my jaw was dropping. Seemed a little sacrilegious as they read the story of the prodigal son :/ Point is, water was unclean during that time, wine was a way of purification. Drunkeness, or drinking wine in excess, was a sin, not the actual drinking of a glass of wine.  (Nov 6, 2012 | post #89)

Williamsburg, KY

dead deer in chinese resturant @ mall

International. Made the DailyNews.uk too on Tuesday. Way to go Williamsburg, just the type of publicity ya wanted. Wonder if it'll reopen as the official tag station this year?  (Oct 4, 2012 | post #64)

Williamsburg, KY

dead deer in chinese resturant @ mall

The story is going national. I saw it in Cincinnati today and if you google it the first thing that pops up is an official CBS write up (courtesy of WYMT, etc of course).  (Oct 2, 2012 | post #53)

Corbin, KY

Honey Boo Boo

I have a brain (Well, most days. But in my profession you better hope I do) and enjoy the show. Probably because they aren't a bunch of prissy people. I don't agree with everything, but its prolly more "real" than some of these other shows. Sugar Bear works 7 days a week, and the crazy couponing is how they afford the pageants. Heck how many people in this area can afford to have there lil ones all primped up in those expensive dresses for all the pageants around this area One thing I will say, Mamma is putting the money in the bank and they are planning to let it sit there. That could change, but she said you never know what might happen down the road and that's when they'll use it. At least she's got that thought going.  (Sep 27, 2012 | post #21)

Barbourville, KY

artemus fire

It was still burning as of 30 minutes ago. Just drove by it as I was heading out of town to head back north.  (Feb 2, 2012 | post #21)

Corbin, KY

87 Monte Carlo

125,000 miles. If seriously interested email me at [email protected] for more info  (Feb 2, 2012 | post #3)

Corbin, KY

87 Monte Carlo

Is anyone interested in buying a 1987 Monte Carlo Aerocoupe w/ T-tops? Runs good. Price $6500.  (Feb 2, 2012 | post #1)

Williamsburg, KY

having like 3 pharmacies each month

It'll catch up to her eventually. All controls are ran through a system so unless she's using different ID's or SS numbers she will be caught  (Jan 16, 2012 | post #5)

Barbourville, KY

{keep a word drop a word}

Time clock  (Nov 16, 2011 | post #556)

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