Filed under: Daily Living, Friends, Funny Stories, Funny Stuff, Random Junk, Relationships | Tags: .357 Magnum, Codes, GP-100, Gun Cleaning, Guns, Ruger
Legacy Fellowship is not quite big enough to support a paid staff so we all volunteer our time and work full-time jobs as well. I sell home and commercial security systems for a large company. Safety and the feeling it provides is priceless (of course, if you live in the Austin area and you email me, I can provide it quite reasonably).
My Dad is a retired Houston Police Officer of 22 years. His idea of home security is a little different. He gave me a home security system last week in the form of a 4” blue steel Ruger GP-100 .357 Magnum.
So, I was cleaning my new home security device and I thought, “You know, it would be kind of cool if someone called me while I am cleaning my gun and asked me what I am doing.” About two minutes later Chad called me and asked, “Hey man, what are you doing?”
“Cleaning my gun,” I exclaimed.
“Cleaning your gun?”
“Yes, cleaning my gun.”
Rebecca (Chad’s wife), sounding somewhat concerned, somewhat sarcastic, asks, “Uhhh, do you need to call him back?”
I reply, “What? No, it’s cool. I have you on speaker.”
“Oh, so ‘cleaning my gun’ isn’t code for something else then?”
“No, but that would have be a good one.”
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