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I like the sign that says to the effect that this house is heavily armed but my next door neighbor is a big supporter of gun control.
Jan: I think my husband's size 14 work boots pretty much advertise that a metrosexual who obsesses about body hair doesn't live in this house. Add to that a 100+ pound dog and it would have to be someone with obama's lack of common sense to come to our house for nefarious purposes.
If you repeat the lie over and over again it will eventually be the truth for many. Gun Free Zones scare me to pieces and I don't want to be in those zones either.Have a fabulous day. ☺
Mass murder only happens in gun free zones. Yea, the failure for the majority to make this realization is breathtaking, stunning, epic, awesum, but not adorable.
GREAT POINT....who'd live with a sign that says that in front of their house?OKAY, some liberal would...millions, maybe. dead liberals.Hey, WAIT!........ (kidding!)
Do you have any extra signs?(My blog will probably inexplicably be deleted tomorrow...!! )
It all still boggles my mind when i hear about things like this.
Happy Fathers DAY to your loved ones hon!! xoxox:)
Sandee: It's an old lawyer's trick, bang the table enough and the jury will rule favorably. Gun free zones scare me, too.
Kid: I know animals always go after the weakest prey for reasons about food or environmental instrusion, but when humans do it, it is inexcusable. There is no excuse and someone with a gun could've stopped this ismalmic killer.
Z: The gun control lobby is out for red meat despite the fact that gun sales have risen. It reminds me of Orwells "1984" when the Ministry of Truth told you your choclate ration had risen even though it had dropped. We are so being played.The pic is on my blog. I think you can still copy it. I found it on Google's images. Let me know if I can help.
Messymimi: All we can do is fight the media BS. Look at the action and not at their words.
Woman Honor Thyself: Same to you. Hope your Dad had a wonderful day today.
Cube, Or a couple hundred people slinging beer bottles, glasses, broken bottles, etc.
Kid: They don't that at Disney lagoons. They just think it's all wonderful and goodly and wild animals don't live by the idea that nature is red by blood and claw. The parents of that little boy will forever live with the horror that they didn't watch their baby ever single minute of the day. But that's what it takes to be a parent... your single, freewheeling life is over when you have a child. It's a committment that people shouldn't make if they're not ready to give that up.
Cube, there it is. People go to places like Yellowstone, or Yosemite, or the Grand Canyon, and they invariably think everything has been idiot proofed.It's why guys get their face eaten by a bear, or someone, (about 10 a year), get too close to the canyon's edge and slip and slide their way in. Very dangerous there (Away from the Designated lookout points). The edge of the canyon is rounded like a bowling ball and the material near the edge is very loose gravel. It's like trying to stand on the edge of a very large bowling ball covered with marbles. We went up there with a friend and his family once. 3 kids around 10 to 15 years old and they got to where they were this close to being some of that years fall in victims. If I wasn't there they probably would have been. My friend and his wife and no clue of the danger. And why would they.
Kid: It's a good thing you were there for your friend's family. I don't know why so many pose at the edge of a cavernous canyon, but they do. My sister went out to Vegas and posed for a pic standing on virtually no solid ground. Then my daughter texts me a pic of her close to the edge, as well. Why???Our trip to Mount Washington in New Hampshire has made it very clear in my mind that I will never voluntarily climb another mountain again.
Link on you linked post is expired, but I know what you mean. If I'm driving, Ok, but if someone else is I'd be on edge (as it were) There is a road in Colorado called Oh My God road. Very narrow and almost straight down on both sides. I got that 2nd hand.
Kid: The link was fine when I checked it last night and this morning ???I prefer to be in the driver's seat myself especially when my husband likes to pretend he's losing control of the car and is driving us over the edge. Yeah, he thinks that schtick never gets old. If we ever go to New Hampshire again, I'll stay in the motel with a good book and feeling like, "I left Florida for this?"
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