By the way -- it's a good thing it wasn't a math test. I meant 145 years, not 125. I could stick with the 125 because it coincides with the end of the Reagan era, but I'll give the nation credit for still thinking fondly about Lincoln's words -- even if we disagree about pretty much everything else.
You accuse us of getting distorted facts from Fox, geez... take a look around Kos or Huffington Post can't get any further left than that! You need to stay away from those sites - they're doing a number on your head!! I suggest watching some Fox to balance it all out.
There's no way I can believe Civet got an 87.8. He doesn't understand the importance of the Gettysburg address, can't figure out what "surrender" means, and doesn't seem to have a lot of depth behind the rhetoric.
The only way I can see his score going that high would be if he pulled up Wikipedia in another window while he took the test.
I must admit that I have missed a big game animal with a rifle. And not only was it a bull elk, it was the largest bull that I have had in my sights with a tag in my hand. But, as with most "missed shot" stories, I have an excuse. Moisture doesn't really ever bode well for hunting equipment. When moisture (either rain or snow) gets into a firearms barrel, nothing good takes place. A couple rain drops down there can change the point of impact drastically and a barrel jammed with snow after a...