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Re: Your near death experience?

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Paul Shuler

10-25-2013 11:46:06

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Man I need to remember to use spell check. Sorry for the poorly written post.

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10-25-2013 16:37:15

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 Re: Your near death experience? in reply to Paul Shuler, 10-25-2013 11:46:06  
Good story Paul. Your spelling is OK.

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j hikemper

10-25-2013 19:59:39

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 Re: Your near death experience? in reply to 2badlybent, 10-25-2013 16:37:15  
glad you survived ,,.paul ,,when I was 6 . went to the house my parents just moved us out of ,, the new family was moving in ..they had a 6 yr old like me and was showin me everything .. he piked up his daddys piostol and handed it to me ,, that thing was heavy ,, AND I could see shells in the gun .. IT WAS LOADED ,,I quickly set it down on the bed ,.just as his mother rushed in ,scolded us both ,,the dad then took us outside with the gun AND shot the pistol at a board splintered it to smitherons ,, LOUD Too ,, told us guns are not toys ,,and the consequences of playing with them as toys will be final ///had many close calls of all sorts .. Thru The GRACE of GOD , I am still here . just last yr clipped a utility pole with combine ,.that story is in combine forum archives under "stupid " ..I have had out of body experiences serveral times while awake and or very sick or under anestesia ,,.really strange,, like watching yourself as another person while floating around the room ...

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