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RIP Jim Bowman

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Titan6, Jul 1, 2009.

  1. Titan6

    Titan6 member

  2. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

    Good to see giants of our community honored.
  3. rogertc1

    rogertc1 member

    Kinda sucks good people have to die.
  4. Floppy_D

    Floppy_D Member In Memoriam

    Three Bronze Stars and a Purple Heart, too. Hate to see him go.
  5. hankdatank1362

    hankdatank1362 Well-Known Member

    Good men like this pass away and not a word is spoken in any national media.

    Sicko ex-pop stars who admittedly share their bed with little boys die and all of a sudden everyone holds hands and starts singing kumbayah. Unacceptable.

    RIP Jim.
  6. SSN Vet

    SSN Vet Well-Known Member

    you tell 'em Hank!

    But living your life as a "straight shooter" has rewards that the national press and money can't bestow....

    1. A loving wife
    2. A sound mind
    3. Children who grow up to be respectful and responsible adults.
    4. Dying in your sleep after a day of doing what you love? Doesn't sound so bad to me.

    Let the media rot! They don't get one penny of my money.

    I gave up t.v. in 1998 and never looked back.
  7. mcdonl

    mcdonl Well-Known Member

    I am saddened to learn about such as person at his death.
  8. XTerminator

    XTerminator Well-Known Member

  9. PX15

    PX15 Well-Known Member


    On the other hand...

    If a person believes in an "afterlife" (or life after this one) then this gentleman is in a fine place.

    I do, and I expect he is.

    Just personal opinion, no offense to those who might disagree.

  10. strangelittleman

    strangelittleman Well-Known Member

    I've had the opportunityto talk w/ The Straight Shooter... he really was as nice & humble a man as they come and a real Gentleman...
    Joe Bowman was a very good man, who served his country, bled for his country, lived for his family and loved his fellow man.

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