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Post by Jdberry45 on Sat Jan 16, 2010 5:19 pm

Hey i am Jeff Berry... i m currently using a Proto PM6 that i have bought off of devon Smile... i am pretty sure i met most of you today on the 16th.. i was wearing a red sweat shirt.... but i have been playing for about 2, 3 years... ao you can just pm me if you have any questions.. and if you reply tell me your name.... Razz
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Post by SickNasty on Sat Jan 16, 2010 5:22 pm

Welcome to the site!
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Post by Corey on Sat Jan 16, 2010 5:24 pm

Welcome to the site Jeff. This is Corey, the fellow PM6 owner at Bennetts.

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Re: I'm Jeff..

Post by Devon on Sat Jan 16, 2010 5:38 pm

Jeff told me he also likes long walks on the beach, large african men, and spending quality time with his family.

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Post by Jdberry45 on Sat Jan 16, 2010 6:15 pm

haha yeah devon thats what i like alot.... big black guys.... and thanks....
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Post by Jdberry45 on Sat Jan 16, 2010 6:18 pm

yeah.. Corey if you really do not like those grips i will trade the stock ones for you. i do not like the width of the stock ones... Razz
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Post by Corey on Sat Jan 16, 2010 6:33 pm

Well if you honestly don't like them, that would be cool.

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Re: I'm Jeff..

Post by Jdberry45 on Sat Jan 16, 2010 6:41 pm

yeah yeah.. i do not like them to much.. they do not feel right in my hand
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Re: I'm Jeff..

Post by trum_15 on Sat Jan 16, 2010 7:38 pm

HI JEFF, idk you but maybe the next "big" game... im danny!
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Post by Otter on Sat Jan 16, 2010 7:40 pm

Yello. I'm Kyle, Otter, whatever. Kid acting like a retard in the corner works also.Hopefully I can meet you properly next game.
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Post by Devon on Sat Jan 16, 2010 7:42 pm

hey jeff! im devon, fat kid, whatever. Kid that humped you while you were laying on the ground. haha
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Post by A SNEAKY PANDA on Sat Jan 16, 2010 7:47 pm

hey jeff im roger...the guy that had the cameras and was pissed all the time...
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Post by Jdberry45 on Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:07 pm

haha okay danny will do, haha kyle nice yeah i hope to meet you too, devon your just GAY, and roger you did look pretty mad today lol Razz
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Post by A SNEAKY PANDA on Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:13 pm

mad isnt the word...i wanted to rip some ones throat out. not going to lie i dont remember who you were...id need to see a picture
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Post by Jdberry45 on Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:15 pm

lol... i had the white grillz with the yellow lens my avatar picture.... haha
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Post by Otter on Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:16 pm


  1. Avoid close encounters. If you can prevent an
    encounter with a bear, the rest of the steps are unnecessary. As luck
    would have it, bears are reclusive creatures, and they generally prefer
    to steer clear of humans. You can help them to do so by announcing your
    presence when you’re exploring their home environment: talk loudly, sing,
    or carry "bear bells" so bears have time to escape you. Be sure to heed
    local bear advisories and practice proper food storage techniques while
    camping, and try to hike in open areas so that a bear can see you (or
    you can see it) from a distance. Leave dogs at home or keep them
    leashed. If you see bear tracks, make a detour or leave the area. Avoid
    surprising bears.

  2. Keep your distance. If you see a bear from a long distance (greater than 300 feet), leave the
    area. If you need to continue on, make a wide detour around the bear.
    If the bear has not seen you, do not disturb it: retreat calmly and
    quietly, and then make ample noise when you are well away to prevent
    future chance encounters. If the bear sees you, begin speaking in a
    low, calm voice (it doesn’t matter what you say) and retreat slowly,
    keeping an eye on the bear but avoiding direct eye contact. Your goal
    is to communicate to the bear that you are human (i.e. that you can defend yourself and are not frightened) while also letting it know that you are non-threatening, and that you are leaving its territory.

  3. Stand tall, even if the bear charges you.
    If the bear sees you and is closer than 300 feet, or if the bear is
    approaching you, remain calm and try to look as large as possible. Try
    to back away slowly—do not run—and speak softly. If the bear continues
    to approach as you back away, stop and stand your ground. Speak more
    loudly in a deep, calm voice, and wave you arms to make yourself look
    bigger. Keep an eye on the bear, but avoid direct eye contact. Do not
    be aggressive, but do not crouch down, play dead or otherwise show fear
    or vulnerability. If the bear charges you, muster all your courage and
    stay where you are: the charge is most likely a bluff, and if you stand
    your ground the bear will turn away.

  4. Know your bear. The steps you take to survive an
    encounter with a bear will depend in part on the type of bear. North
    America has three kinds of bears: brown bears (grizzly and Kodiak brown
    bears), black bears, and polar bears. Polar bears, of course, are
    easily recognizable, and their range is limited to the far northern
    latitudes. Grizzlies and black bears cannot necessarily be
    differentiated by their colors. Grizzly bears can weigh up to 800 lbs.,
    and they are distinguished by a prominent shoulder hump and a rump
    lower than the shoulder. Black bears are typically smaller (up to 400
    lbs.), and have a rump higher than or at roughly the same level as the
    shoulder. If you see tracks, grizzly bears have claw marks well
    separated from the paw imprints, while black bears’ claw marks will be
    quite close to the paw imprint.

  5. Understand the bear's motivations.
    A little bear psychology can go a long way—your response to an attack
    should be shaped by the bear’s motivations. First, if a bear appears to
    be stalking you (disappearing and reappearing, for example), or if a
    bear attacks at night, it most likely sees you as food, and any attack
    will be predatory. If you surprise a bear on the trail, if the bear has
    cubs, or if the bear is eating from or protecting a carcass, the bear
    will most likely be acting in self-defense.

  6. Respond appropriately based on the situation.
  7. If a grizzly or polar bear makes a non-predatory attack: Play dead.
    If the bear (other than a black bear) is attacking you in self-defense,
    you can put it at ease (and possibly save yourself) by playing dead by
    lying completely flat on the ground. Do so only after the bear makes
    contact with you or tries to do so. (In the past, bear experts
    recommended that one fall to the ground in a fetal position but
    researchers have since proven that doing this only allows the bear to
    easily flip over the human in question.) To play dead, lie flat on the
    ground protecting your vital parts with the ground, and your arms
    protecting your neck with your hands laced behind the neck. Keep your
    legs together and do not struggle. Once the bear leaves your immediate
    vicinity, wait several minutes before carefully looking to see if the
    bear is still around. A bear may look back and may return if it sees
    you moving.

  8. If any bear makes a predatory attack or you receive any attack from a black bear: Fight back.
    ~Fight a black bear attack or any predatory attack. If the bear is a
    black bear, or if you have determined that the bear sees you as food
    (this is actually quite rare, and more common with black bears and,
    some say, polar bears than with grizzlies), your only chance of escape
    is to fight it or scare it away. Hit the bear with rocks, pots, pans,
    sticks or fists—anything handy, really. The odds may seem against you
    in a fight, but bears generally do not see humans as prey, and a bear
    that makes a predatory attacks is usually immature, starving, or
    wounded, and may easily be scared away if you hit it.
Miscellaneous.
Consider last minute escape techniques:



Climb a tree only under the right circumstances. Black bears
are adept climbers, so climbing a tree will do you no good with one of
them. Grizzlies, too, can climb a little, and they can reach up to 12
feet into the tree from the ground. Only consider climbing a tree if
you encounter a grizzly and you are confident you can make it well up
(at least 15 feet, but preferably 30 feet) into a sturdy tree by the
time the bear reaches you. Bears are fast, so do not try to race a bear
to a tree—you will lose. This approach is usually only viable if you
are right next to the tree, and you’re a good climber.


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Post by A SNEAKY PANDA on Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:19 pm

is that directed at me? on how to deal with a pissed panda for jeff....if so thats prob a good idea
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Re: I'm Jeff..

Post by Otter on Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:21 pm

Ya. Just some survival tips for Jeff, I hate cleaning up messes.

But ya jeff, you might want to try, like, memorizing that.


Edit: Just to clarify something. Mainepb is a serious thing about paintball. Just certain thread killers like me and others I wont name ... cough cough panda cough cough... liven it up a little. So if you are a serious baller, you'll still enjoy the forum.
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Post by Jdberry45 on Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:27 pm

lol i will try... and kk thanks for the tips
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Post by A.Perry#21 on Sun Jan 17, 2010 7:19 am

welcome to the site! and nice to meet you!
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Post by Jdberry45 on Sun Jan 17, 2010 8:51 am

yeah thank you
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Post by Sniper71 on Sun Jan 17, 2010 9:20 pm

hmmm....where to start ? 1) So ya we kinda met im jim the old guy that got the pinokio and pump off of devon. 2) so do you like big white men too ??? Very Happy just kidding 3) that whole bear thing could potentially have been about me Suspect . Either way welcome to the posse.
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Post by Jdberry45 on Mon Jan 18, 2010 12:26 am

lol hahaa yeah nice to meet you too... and i think that bear thing was towards sneaky panda Razz
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Post by A SNEAKY PANDA on Mon Jan 18, 2010 12:35 am

beware of the sneaky panda....
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Post by Otter on Mon Jan 18, 2010 9:01 am

Sneaky my rudder. I got 79 reballs in your hoodie before Corey went and told you. No, it was Devon that told you. Can't remember, did it too often. Razz
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