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A guide to wearing baseball hats

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Well, I guess my attitudes were formed by my late father. He was THE most mild mannered guy you've ever seen. Like "Mr Rogers Neighborhood" kind of mild mannered. But he always went way out of character when he saw "Dang long-haired hippies!, they're all draft dodgers!"

The backwards hat wasn't his favorite either. 

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1 hour ago, BilletHead said:

   What are you asking Wrench for him to do the selfie in his swimsuit?

Like your hat Champion :).

BilletHead has to wear a hat in the sun to keep his head from burning,

Speaking of a dork and his hat check this out,

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Marty, anyone who can make a popper that good can wear any hat he dang well pleases in my book!?

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1 hour ago, BilletHead said:

   What are you asking Wrench for him to do the selfie in his swimsuit?

Like your hat Champion :).

BilletHead has to wear a hat in the sun to keep his head from burning,

Speaking of a dork and his hat check this out,

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BilletHead

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When your holding a flyrod caught striper you can wear one of those jewish beanie's and still look cool.

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4 hours ago, Mitch f said:

Well, I guess my attitudes were formed by my late father. He was THE most mild mannered guy you've ever seen. Like "Mr Rogers Neighborhood" kind of mild mannered. But he always went way out of character when he saw "Dang long-haired hippies!, they're all draft dodgers!"

The backwards hat wasn't his favorite either. 

Hippies smell.

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2 hours ago, fishinwrench said:

Knowing what we know now about the wars that were started and how our vets are treated.....How can you think poorly of draft dodgers?   

Seems to me that they were considerably smarter in hindsight. :)

Gotta remember, he was in WW2 and his brother Mitch, my names sake, was at Omaha Beach. They had zero tolerance for that stuff. The treatment of vets is a completely different problem...and its quite a big one.

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