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Regina Chris Received this DNR alert in my Inbox. The statement has been verified by the original source: (If you have any doubt, you can verify it yourself to the officer at Wilson County Sheriff's Office below) Kristin Brinson Lippert Wilson County Sheriff Read more ... s Office Kbrinson@wilson-co.com Office (252) 265-5967 Fax (252) 399-2871 ************* DNR "Do Not Rescue" alert ************ To all rescues/shelters: I would like to share our (Wilson County Animal Shelter – NC) experience this weekend (10/19/14) with Pamela Reid. She recently pulled 2 wonderful dogs from our shelter under the rescue AWOL Mutts. She was recommended to us by other area shelters. We had full sponsorship on both dogs, vetted them here, they stayed in foster for 2 weeks, and they were flown to her on Saturday. The dogs arrived in Leesburg, VA around 12:30pm Saturday afternoon. At 8:30pm that evening, our foster got a call from an officer in Leesburg, VA, stating that our 2 dogs were found in an abandoned vehicle filled with trash. The foster immediately called me, and I contacted the officer. He stated that someone had called in this same vehicle at 5pm, but they did not realize the dogs were inside at that time due to the amount of trash in the vehicle. At 8:30pm, after receiving another call and realizing the dogs were in there, they freed them and contacted our foster, as she had a tag on her dog’s collar. Within the next hour, they located Pam. The officer put me on the phone with her, and she stated that she had been out drinking with a friend, so she left the dogs in her car. These dogs had been in her car since she left the airport, as she lives out of her vehicle and an extended stay hotel. I asked her to please send the dogs with the officer and we would have them returned to us immediately. She was at first reluctant, stating that a man in a department store was potentially going to give her money for one of the dogs. After a brief conversation, she released them to the officer. They were overnighted at a local shelter and brought to the airport the following morning at 8am (by animal control) to come back to us. They are now safely back in foster, and we will NOT be sending any dogs to Ms. Reid in the future. We felt the need to share this information, as we know of other shelters working with her. Please note that Ms. Reid looks for fully sponsored dogs. She has told us on a couple of occasions that she “loves black dogs.” She informed our pilot that she generally takes the “rescued” dogs to a local area where people walk their dogs and tries to sell them. IT IS MY UNDERSTANDING THAT PAMELA REID USED TO BE AFFILIATED WITH AWOL MUTTS, BUT HAS NOT BEEN FOR SOME TIME.. SHE IS STILL ACTING AS THOUGH SHE IS PART OF THIS RESCUE. IT IS THE RESCUE NAME SHE USES TO PULL DOGS. I have been contacted, even since yesterday, by others that she is already trying to pull dogs from to replace the 2 she just lost from us. Please share quickly. Kristin Brinson Lippert Wilson County Sheriff’s Office Kbrinson@wilson-co.com Office (252) 265-5967 Fax (252) 399-2871
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Kimberly Brenda Foraker Our office is having a pumpkin decorating contest. Our patients vote on their favorite pumpkin. Which is your favorite pumpkin? #1 -#9... I'll share the results with my team on Halloween! Thanks in advance! ;)
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Reflecting on Their Service - TWS Member of the Day LCDR E. L. "Jack" Spratt US Navy (Ret) (1969-1999) http://navy.togetherweserved.com/bio/EL.Spratt http://navy.togetherweserved.com/timeline/EL.Spratt (Veterans - record and share your own service Read more ... story with friends and family by joining www.togetherweserved.com/twslanding. This is a free service) WHAT INFLUENCED YOUR DECISION TO JOIN THE MILITARY? I graduated from high school in 1967 and decided to give college a try, because that was my only way to keep a draft deferment. Well, college and I didn't see eye to eye and in the middle of my third semester I had dropped out. Coming from a small town, the lady who ran the draft board turned out to be my Aunt. I was home for Thanksgiving and she bumped into me in the post office. She indicated that since I was no longer in school, I probably shouldn't make any plans after Christmas. I wasn't even sure where Vietnam was, but I knew I didn't want to go there, so the Monday after Thanksgiving 1968, I went to see the Navy recruiter and entered boot camp on January 7, 1969. WHAT WAS YOUR SERVICE CAREER PATH? My career was very unconventional. I was a Radarman (later Operations Specialist) as an enlisted man, but I did my shore duty at an Air Traffic Control facility where I became a control tower operator and radar approach controller. I made Chief in 1981 and the following year was selected for the Limited Duty Officer program and commissioned as a Surface Operations Ensign. I did the standard shipboard tour, followed by a shore tour. After that, I got out of my element a bit and ended up spending almost eight years in the Naval Special Warfare's small boat community. I completed my twilight tour in San Diego at the newly commissioned Fleet Information Warfare Center. DID YOU PARTICIPATE IN COMBAT OPERATIONS? IF SO, COULD YOU DESCRIBE THOSE WHICH WERE SIGNIFICANT TO YOU? I served a year in Vietnam as a crewman on a PCF, more commonly referred to as a Swift Boat. Twenty years later, I served in Desert Storm operations with the Naval Special Warfare Boat Units. FROM YOUR ENTIRE SERVICE CAREER WHAT PARTICULAR MEMORY STANDS OUT? There are so many ... but I think watching one of my boat crewmen during Desert Storm overcome his fear of nighttime patrols in mined waters is probably the top. This young man was always the last guy on the boat and I could sense his reluctance. So one afternoon before we were to patrol up the Kuwaiti coast, I asked him to take a "walk and talk". He explained that he was afraid every time we took the boat out at night. He was with us when we had spotted a mine and in his words, "it scared me. I have a new baby at home and I'm scared to death that I'm never gonna see him or my wife again." I told him I understood and that I would take him off the boat and put him in the maintenance detachment. I also told him that no one would know of the conversation we just had. It was his answer that impacted me. He said, "Sir, I'd like that, but no thanks. I'm part of this crew. We have trained together and we know each other well. If it's all the same, I'd like to stay with them. Yeah, I'm scared, but I won't let you down. I'll never be late for an o, and I'll do what I need to do. So, thanks, but I'll stay with the boat." As we walked back to the boat house, just before we got within earshot of the others, he stopped and said, "Sir ... thanks for listening and thanks for understanding." WERE ANY OF THE MEDALS OR AWARDS YOU RECEIVED FOR VALOR? IF YES, COULD YOU DESCRIBE HOW THIS WAS EARNED? I received the Navy Achievement Medal with the combat V for my actions in Vietnam. According to the citation, I participated in 125 combat patrols and engaged the enemy on six occasions. Truthfully, although I remember being in a firefight or two, the details escape me. I am extremely thankful that no one on my boat was wounded or killed during my time in Nam. I received the Navy Commendation Medal with V for my actions during Desert Storm. It is basically an end of tour award for my being Officer in Charge of the Special Boat Detachment of Naval Special Warfare Task Unit, Central. I was fortunate to be in charge of 46 of the bravest guys I ever had the privilege of working with. OF THE MEDALS, AWARDS AND QUALIFICATION BADGES OR DEVICES YOU RECEIVED, WHAT IS THE MOST MEANINGFUL TO YOU AND WHY? One of the most meaningful awards I received is the Navy Achievement Medal with the Combat V that I earned while in Vietnam. A close second is the Navy Commendation Medal with Combat V I received for Operation Desert Storm. I'm also extremely proud of my Good Conduct medals, and my Surface Warfare Officer pin. That said ... there is one award I cherished then, and still do now, more than any other. The day I was commissioned, my daughter gave me a "friendship pin" she had made with her Brownie Scout troop. It was nothing more than a few beads strung on a safety pin, but it was hand-made by her, and it was beautiful. When she pinned it on my shirt, she said "This will keep you safe, Daddy." I kept that pin and wore it on the inside pocket of my jacket every day until I retired. I still have it in my jewelry box, and it is by far the most meaningful award I obtained while in the Navy. WHICH INDIVIDUAL PERSON FROM YOUR SERVICE STANDS OUT AS THE ONE WHO HAD THE BIGGEST IMPACT ON YOU AND WHY? This one is easy. Radarman Chief Charles B. Sharp. He was my Chief on the USS Monticello, the first ship I rode after my tour in 'Nam. He taught me more about leadership than any of the schools the Navy sent me to and the lessons I learned from him in our two years together have remained with me for my whole life. Chief Sharp helped me get through the post-Vietnam "spookies". He showed me how to be a leader and he taught me that the most important things a leader has going for him are the people who work for him. He also taught me the concept of "walk and talk", as a way to get to know what's going on in your division. One night, we were walkin' and talkin' and he mentioned that my enlistment was ending in a few months. He asked what I was going to do when I got out. Since I really had no concrete plans, he listened to me babble for a few minutes and then asked me one question, "Do you like what you are doing now?" Well, we were about 3/4 through a great Westpac cruise that had me visiting places like Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand and the Philippines. I was a Second Class by then, making more money than I had ever made in my life and was having a blast seeing the world. Of course I liked what I was doing and I told him so. He just said, "well, you might want to think about re-enlisting. It ain't a bad life, you know." And he walked away. I had a bit of trouble sleeping that night and the next morning I initiated the walk and talk. He explained that not only would I get to keep doing something I enjoyed and was good at, but if I shipped over within the next four days, I would add a couple of thousand dollars to my re-enlistment bonus because we were still in the tax-free war zone. That afternoon I put in my chit to ship for six years and two days later, I was raising my hand. And Chief Sharp ... well, before he would allow me to raise my hand or sign the paper he made me promise him something. He said, "Spratt, promise me this. If this ever quits being fun, you will quit doing it." Well, for 27 years after making that promise, the Navy was still fun and I kept doing it. Thanks to RDC Sharp who did more for me and my career than he will ever know. One side note, shortly after I was commissioned, I was able to track Chief Sharp down. He lived in Hawaii and I was able to speak to him by phone and tell him how much of an impact he had on me and my life. I have heard since, but unable to verify, that he has died. If this is so, the world is a little worse off for his passing, but a great deal better off because he was here. CAN YOU RECOUNT A PARTICULAR INCIDENT FROM YOUR SERVICE THAT WAS FUNNY AT THE TIME AND STILL MAKES YOU LAUGH? Wow. Over 30 years, there have been so many. One of my favorites is the night my roommate went blind. I shared a stateroom with the Bos'n, and one afternoon in Australia, Tommy and I went out on a wine-tasting tour. Well, it seems Tommy tasted about three bottles over his limit and I literally carried him back to the ship. I got him undressed and in his bunk, then I went back out to hit the town. I got back about midnight. The ship had lost shore power and she was totally dark. Not a problem, I knew my way around, so I headed to the stateroom. It was pitch black inside the room, so I started getting undressed for bed. Just as I was about to hit the rack, Tommy woke up and asked, "Jack, is that you?" "Of course," I answered. "Who else would it be?" Tommy then said, in a bit of a panicked voice, "Jack, you can turn on the light if you want." Never one to pass up an opportunity, I replied, "Tommy, the lights ARE on." About ten seconds went by, then Tommy let out a blood curdling scream ... "Jack ... I'm BLIND. I'm F...kin' Blind." I flipped on the light, laughing like crazy. Tommy was sitting up in his bunk, he had one hand holding his eyelids open and the other right in front of his nose. He said, "What the ..." and then he started to laugh along with me. He told me later he really thought he may have gotten some bad wine and somehow drank himself blind. I will also say that Tommy got even with me for that ... but that's a sea story for another time. WHAT PROFESSION DID YOU FOLLOW AFTER THE SERVICE AND WHAT ARE YOU DOING NOW? IF CURRENTLY SERVING, WHAT IS YOUR CURRENT JOB? I am a Juvenile Probation Officer in San Diego. I am part of a program that partners with the Police Department trying to offer diversion and intervention programs to minors early enough they don't get caught up too far in the system. The goal is to get them back on track so they don't become criminal adults. WHAT MILITARY ASSOCIATIONS ARE YOU A MEMBER OF, IF ANY? WHAT SPECIFIC BENEFITS DO YOU DERIVE FROM YOUR MEMBERSHIPS? I'm a Lifetime Member of the VFW. When I came home from Desert Storm, my hometown VFW Post purchased a year membership for me (and all local DS Veterans). I thought that was a nice gesture and bought the life membership a year later. I'm not too active - my Post is 800 miles away. I do stop by the local Post now and then for a cold one, but that's about it. HOW HAS MILITARY SERVICE INFLUENCED THE WAY YOU HAVE APPROACHED YOUR LIFE AND CAREER? I think the biggest influence I carried over from the military is my work ethic. The military taught me to be on time, do my job to the best of my ability and to follow orders. I was also taught to be a leader as well as a follower, and this has served me well in my new career. I also think the military has taught me to embrace life a little more than many who don't have the military experience. I have come face to face with my mortality and have learned to value the important things (to me at least). I can love unconditionally, I can accept unconditional love and I try and always do the right thing. WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU HAVE FOR THOSE THAT ARE STILL SERVING? In the words of Chief Sharp ... if it ever quits being fun, quit doing it! Enjoy every moment, take pictures, keep a log, take pictures, work hard, take pictures and don't forget to take pictures. Of course, try and label them so you can remember who/what/where/when. In this digital photo computer age, this should be easy. My only regret in my career is not taking enough pictures or keeping enough notes. Well, maybe not my only regret, there was that night in Freemantle, but ..... never mind! LOL IN WHAT WAYS HAS TOGETHERWESERVED.COM HELPED YOU MAINTAIN A BOND WITH YOUR SERVICE AND THOSE YOU SERVED WITH? I have touched base with a couple of warriors I knew from my Boat Guy days - and because of TWS I have formed a very good friendship with someone I didn't know before. The site has also allowed me to keep abreast of the changes which have occurred in the Navy since I hauled out. I'm happy to say, it appears my Navy is in good hands.
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Sharon Caraway Folks, we need to help!
Warren Domke
I am going to go out on a limb here, and I am doing it for a friend. If anyone wants to help, there is plenty of room on this limb. As most of us know, Jourdanton Police Chief Eric Kaiser is battling cancer. Eric has continued to work full shifts a Read more ... nd has been absent only when required for treatment. He's a good guy and a good friend to a lot of people. Some of his friends including in Law Enforcement have put together a fundraiser for him that includes a raffle. Hopefully a lot of people have already purchased raffle tickets, because one of the sources of these tickets has been told they have to stop promoting the raffle. This is due to a challenge by a Jourdanton city councilmember who shall be unnamed in this post. What we need to do is identify sources of tickets for the event and the raffle. The fundraiser will be held at the Cowboy Fellowship Church, 561 FM 3350, on Saturday, November 15th, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Barbecue plates will be sold for $8 and Raffle tickets for $10. Items featured for the Raffle are an AR-15 rifle, a Beneli Shotgun, Hand Tuned Wind Chimes, a Yeti Cooler, and much more! You can buy tickets from any member of the Atascosa County Law Enforcement Officers Association and monetary donations can be made payable to Atascosa County Law Enforcement Officers Association and must be noted "For Benefit of Chief Kaiser," at Post Office Box 363, Pleasanton, Texas 78064. Please share this if you can help, and if you have a source for raffle or event tickets please share that information. If I can help make it known to others who would like to help this good man and good friend, I will do so.
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Sharon Caraway Folks, we need to help!
Warren Domke
I am going to go out on a limb here, and I am doing it for a friend. If anyone wants to help, there is plenty of room on this limb. As most of us know, Jourdanton Police Chief Eric Kaiser is battling cancer. Eric has continued to work full shifts a Read more ... nd has been absent only when required for treatment. He's a good guy and a good friend to a lot of people. Some of his friends including in Law Enforcement have put together a fundraiser for him that includes a raffle. Hopefully a lot of people have already purchased raffle tickets, because one of the sources of these tickets has been told they have to stop promoting the raffle. This is due to a challenge by a Jourdanton city councilmember who shall be unnamed in this post. What we need to do is identify sources of tickets for the event and the raffle. The fundraiser will be held at the Cowboy Fellowship Church, 561 FM 3350, on Saturday, November 15th, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Barbecue plates will be sold for $8 and Raffle tickets for $10. Items featured for the Raffle are an AR-15 rifle, a Beneli Shotgun, Hand Tuned Wind Chimes, a Yeti Cooler, and much more! You can buy tickets from any member of the Atascosa County Law Enforcement Officers Association and monetary donations can be made payable to Atascosa County Law Enforcement Officers Association and must be noted "For Benefit of Chief Kaiser," at Post Office Box 363, Pleasanton, Texas 78064. Please share this if you can help, and if you have a source for raffle or event tickets please share that information. If I can help make it known to others who would like to help this good man and good friend, I will do so.
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Ruthie Hendrycks http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley/2014/10/24/part-two-jihad-on-our-southern-border-important-on-the-ruthie-report PART TWO: Jihad on our Southern Border Please join Ruthie this Thursday October 23rd, 2014 from 8-10 pm CST with GUEST: DAVI Read more ... D H - David will join the program at 9 pm CST Please see bio below David - an expert on this subject has much more to share with us Due to a small glitch last week (has been resolved) and due to the amount of information David has to share we will have David back this Thursday with Part Two Thank You David - IMPORTANT issue - that of ..................... Jihad at our Southern UNSECURED border David and Ruthie will discuss many aspects - information YOU SHOULD KNOW!!! David is a US Army veteran, former instructor in Middle East Studies with operational experience in Bosnia, Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is currently a member of the Texas Border Volunteer As I previously asked in PART ONE: With the current violence and threats we are witnessing around the globe... What could possibly be a reason for NOT SECURING OUR BORDERS AND PORTS??? Why is our southern border unsecured to the point - children can enter illegally and if children are able to enter at will - common sense would lead one to believe terrorist could!!! - Ruthie David and Ruthie will discuss............................................... History of Hamas and -infiltration of jihadists Hezbollah in Central through South and Central and South America America into the US -coordination between drug -the number of Latino cartels and terrorist groups Number of Latino’s converting to Islam Border Patrol Report: ...documented members of Al Qaeda and Columbian guerilla groups discussing the use of Mexican Islamist converts to infiltrate the U.S. across the Southwest border. The report concluded that if you want to conduct another operation after 9-11, you don’t want people to know who you are. And the best way to be anonymous is to come across the border THE RUTHIE REPORT 6:00 pm PST - 8:00 pm CST - 9:00 pm EST Call-in Number: 1-917-388-4520 Click here and then on The Ruthie Report URL: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley (select corresponding date) and at http://www.mnsirproject.com/ Bio Education -Anti-Terrorism Instructor, US Army Special Warfare Center &School Fort Bragg, NC -Combined Arms Special Service School, US Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth, KS -Regional Studies (Middle East Seminar) US Army Special Warfare Center & School Fort Bragg, NC -Infantry Officer Basic and Advance Courses, Fort Benning, GA -Bachelor's Degree (History Major) College of Arts, University of Oregon Eugene, OR Current Activities -Member of Texas Border Volunteers. -Public Speaker on Middle East and Border Security Issues. Employment History (US Army, 1980-2010) -Civil Affairs Officer Planner, Special Operations Command, Central Command (SOCCENT) (2007-2010) -Office of Military Cooperation, US Embassy Cairo, Egypt (2004-2007) -Civil Affairs Planner at Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk (1996-97, 2000-2002) -Instructor, Middle East Studies at US Army Special Warfare Center and School Fort Bragg, NC (Drilling Reservist, 1993-1996) -Team Leader, 96th Civil Affairs Battalion Fort Bragg, NC (1989-1992) -Infantry Officer in 82nd Airborne Division Airborne and 7th Infantry Division (Light) (1981-1988) Overseas Deployments: MFO, Sinai, Egypt (1984), Just Cause, Panama (1989), Desert Shield/Storm Saudi Arabia/Kuwait (1990-91), Provide Comfort, Northern Iraq (1991), Joint Guard, Hungary/Croatia/Bosnia (1997-98), Iraqi Freedom, Kuwait/Iraq (2003), Enduring Freedom, Qatar (2007), Enduring Freedom, Pakistan (2008) Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan (2009) Training Deployments: Puerto Rico, Germany x 3, Canada, Honduras x 3, Jordan, Egypt, Israel, Kuwait, Bosnia, Kosovo Honors Decorations: Bronze Star; Defense Meritorious Service Medal; Meritorious Service Medal x4; Joint Service Commendation Medal; Army Commendation Medal x5; Joint Achievement Medal; Army Achievement Medal x3; Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; Humanitarian Service Medal; Joint Meritorious Unit Award x3; Meritorious Unit Commendation; Letter of Commendation from President Endara of Panama; Combat Infantryman’s Badge Achievements: Ranger Tab, Senior Parachute Wings, Jordanian Parachute Wings; Air Assault Badge  
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Jihad on our Southern Border PART TWO Please join Ruthie this Thursday October 23rd, 2014 from 8-10 pm CST with GUEST: DAVID H - David will join the program at 9 pm CST David - an expert on this subject has much more to share with us Due to a small g Read more ... litch last week (has been resolved) and due to the…
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Angela Welch Just happy tonight! Plain and simple. So many things have made me smile today!!! Yesterday was a bad day. Several friends reached out to make sure I was okay and help me make it through the day and night. I was super anxious last night thinking a Read more ... bout meeting my new therapist this morning. I was up half the night worrying after having a bad day yesterday. So this morning it was hard getting out of bed. I almost ended up canceling. I am glad I didn't cancel!!! I love my new therapist. She is awesome!!! She picked up on my PTSD as soon as I walked into her office. She specializes in treating people that have been through traumatic experiences. With her picking up on the PTSD so quickly tells me that she knows what she is doing! This is awesome!!!!!! Someone that finally gives me faith that now that I'm ready to work on this is going to be able to help me with it. I'm super excited. After talking with her I called Hunni and had several ah ha moments. Things that finally make sense. Things I've been avoiding. Things that I'm finally able to work on and let go of. Its a wow moment because I never thought I would reach this point!!! I thought I was stuck with this crap forever! The last two years have been a huge up and down. October of 2012 we found out Pete was going to be having his gastric bypass. I was so angry and scared. I refused to go to Toronto with him to set up the date. I realized that it wasn't about me and that me as his wife needed to support him whether I liked the idea or not. He being his usual self worried i was upset brought me a necklace home from Toronto. He loved buying me jewelry!!! It was in that moment our relationship changed forever. I found the man I had missed for so many months before. I found the love we shared that had been put on the back burner because I was so angry all the time. Pete having the GB changed me forever!!! Before and after he had it. We moved into our first place together after living with his parents or my family since we had gotten married 2 yrs before. Pete always encouraged me to be a better person. Though both him and I were battling our own demons we managed to make sure the other one knew they were loved. After Pete died do to complications his mother was angry at him. Angry because he had the surgery. I told her I wasn't angry with him. I was and still am proud of him. He finally did something for himself and followed through to the end. Even if it resulted in his death... He deserved a pat on the back!!! After Pete died I was told he was selfish for having the surgery. It was his vanity that made him have it. But it wasn't!!! He had the gastric bypass yes to feel better and look better but he also had it for me. He had it because he wanted a better life for US!! He wanted to live longer for US! I didn't realize what a huge part of it was for me as well!!!! Would I change him having it now??? No!!!! I wouldn't change the outcome either! Because of him my life has changed forever. I'm now starting to see in me what he saw. I've found my strength, my love, my independence. Some of that I found with him, but I found it more so after his death. A very dear friend (one I visited this past weekend) told me recently that she's been watching me heal. At first I thought maybe I could include crazy to the list of things she is to me. However... Tonight I think she's right. I am healing. A lot of this is through the love and support I've gotten from my friends and my family! A lot of this is from learning to let it go!!! For now I'm going to leave things at this. The past is the past, mistakes that have been made need to stay in the past. They will only ruin the present and the future!!! I want tomorrow to be better than yesterday! I know today has been!!!
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MARRIED OR NOT, YOU SHOULD READ THIS ... “When I got home that night as my wife served dinner, I held her hand and said, I’ve got something to tell you. She sat down and ate quietly. Again I observed the hurt in her eyes. Suddenly I didn’t kn Read more ... ow how to open my mouth. But I had to let her know what I was thinking. I want a divorce. I raised the topic calmly. She didn’t seem to be annoyed by my words, instead she asked me softly, why? I avoided her question. This made her angry. She threw away the chopsticks and shouted at me, you are not a man! That night, we didn’t talk to each other. She was weeping. I knew she wanted to find out what had happened to our marriage. But I could hardly give her a satisfactory answer; she had lost my heart to Jane. I didn’t love her anymore. I just pitied her! ❝ For more Inspirational Quotes/Story Please visit www.socialmeems.com ❞ With a deep sense of guilt, I drafted a divorce agreement which stated that she could own our house, our car, and 30% stake of my company. She glanced at it and then tore it into pieces. The woman who had spent ten years of her life with me had become a stranger. I felt sorry for her wasted time, resources and energy but I could not take back what I had said for I loved Jane so dearly. Finally she cried loudly in front of me, which was what I had expected to see. To me her cry was actually a kind of release. The idea of divorce which had obsessed me for several weeks seemed to be firmer and clearer now. The next day, I came back home very late and found her writing something at the table. I didn’t have supper but went straight to sleep and fell asleep very fast because I was tired after an eventful day with Jane. When I woke up, she was still there at the table writing. I just did not care so I turned over and was asleep again. In the morning she presented her divorce conditions: she didn’t want anything from me, but needed a month’s notice before the divorce. She requested that in that one month we both struggle to live as normal a life as possible. Her reasons were simple: our son had his exams in a month’s time and she didn’t want to disrupt him with our broken marriage. This was agreeable to me. But she had something more, she asked me to recall how I had carried her into out bridal room on our wedding day. She requested that every day for the month’s duration I carry her out of our bedroom to the front door ever morning. I thought she was going crazy. Just to make our last days together bearable I accepted her odd request. I told Jane about my wife’s divorce conditions. . She laughed loudly and thought it was absurd. No matter what tricks she applies, she has to face the divorce, she said scornfully. My wife and I hadn’t had any body contact since my divorce intention was explicitly expressed. So when I carried her out on the first day, we both appeared clumsy. Our son clapped behind us, daddy is holding mommy in his arms. His words brought me a sense of pain. From the bedroom to the sitting room, then to the door, I walked over ten meters with her in my arms. She closed her eyes and said softly; don’t tell our son about the divorce. I nodded, feeling somewhat upset. I put her down outside the door. She went to wait for the bus to work. I drove alone to the office. On the second day, both of us acted much more easily. She leaned on my chest. I could smell the fragrance of her blouse. I realized that I hadn’t looked at this woman carefully for a long time. I realized she was not young any more. There were fine wrinkles on her face, her hair was graying! Our marriage had taken its toll on her. For a minute I wondered what I had done to her. On the fourth day, when I lifted her up, I felt a sense of intimacy returning. This was the woman who had given ten years of her life to me. On the fifth and sixth day, I realized that our sense of intimacy was growing again. I didn’t tell Jane about this. It became easier to carry her as the month slipped by. Perhaps the everyday workout made me stronger. She was choosing what to wear one morning. She tried on quite a few dresses but could not find a suitable one. Then she sighed, all my dresses have grown bigger. I suddenly realized that she had grown so thin, that was the reason why I could carry her more easily. Suddenly it hit me… she had buried so much pain and bitterness in her heart. Subconsciously I reached out and touched her head. Our son came in at the moment and said, Dad, it’s time to carry mom out. To him, seeing his father carrying his mother out had become an essential part of his life. My wife gestured to our son to come closer and hugged him tightly. I turned my face away because I was afraid I might change my mind at this last minute. I then held her in my arms, walking from the bedroom, through the sitting room, to the hallway. Her hand surrounded my neck softly and naturally. I held her body tightly; it was just like our wedding day. But her much lighter weight made me sad. On the last day, when I held her in my arms I could hardly move a step. Our son had gone to school. I held her tightly and said, I hadn’t noticed that our life lacked intimacy. I drove to office…. jumped out of the car swiftly without locking the door. I was afraid any delay would make me change my mind…I walked upstairs. Jane opened the door and I said to her, Sorry, Jane, I do not want the divorce anymore. She looked at me, astonished, and then touched my forehead. Do you have a fever? She said. I moved her hand off my head. Sorry, Jane, I said, I won’t divorce. My marriage life was boring probably because she and I didn’t value the details of our lives, not because we didn’t love each other anymore. Now I realize that since I carried her into my home on our wedding day I am supposed to hold her until death do us apart. Jane seemed to suddenly wake up. She gave me a loud slap and then slammed the door and burst into tears. I walked downstairs and drove away. At the floral shop on the way, I ordered a bouquet of flowers for my wife. The salesgirl asked me what to write on the card. I smiled and wrote, I’ll carry you out every morning until death do us apart. That evening I arrived home, flowers in my hands, a smile on my face, I run up stairs, only to find my wife in the bed -dead. My wife had been fighting CANCER for months and I was so busy with Jane to even notice. 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Jenifer Kasten The sad reality is that students with disabilities are frequent targets of bullying, and all too often, schools look the other way. Today, the Office of Civil Rights of the U.S. Dept. of Education issued a letter taking a hard stance against such i Read more ... ndifference. Schools that ignore their obligations to protect these students can be held liable for violations of students' civil rights and of the schools' duty to provide a free, appropriate, public education under federal special education law. Every teacher in the United States should read and share this letter with colleagues and parents. Our kids with disabilities are so vulnerable. Please help keep them safe! http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/letters/colleague-bullying-201410.pdf
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A lot of you have come up with some pretty sweet, wonderful and witty ways of saying you either cried your eyes out with me last week or at least appreciated my performance. And to all of you who extended yourselves, please please know – I am so to Read more ... uched by all your praise and kind words. It was by far the most difficult series of episodes I’ve had to be a part of – in large part because I knew my ‘days’ were numbered in Salem myself. So a lot of my own emotions were just brimming underneath the surface. Anyway, I thought we could all use a break with kind of a more alternative list. This week I'm sharing random things... 5. I love that a fan once sent me a letter (back when people sent letters by post office. Lol) reminding me that Sami doesn’t like egg nog. It was in the dialogue between Sami & Lucas probably my first Christmas on the show. And as, I was a personal fan of the stuff – before I learned my #BiggestLoser lifestyle – a few years later, I was caught red-handed by this fan, calling me out for not sticking to the details. I literally have NEVER forgotten that moment. I wish I could that the conscientious fan by name, because whoever you are, you taught me one of the most valuable lessons in soaps. The fans catch EVERYTHING. And I knew in that moment, if I was going to be good at my job, I’d better stay on top of those little details. I like to think I succeeded for the most part. There have been slip ups since then, I’m sure, but for the most part, I’ve noticed thanks to social media, that almost all the little details that I’ve tried to keep track of were ones that the fans called out and noticed too. So, thank you fans, you made me always want to try harder. (Below, a pic of Ben and I planting a tree – growing strong still! - sent to us from Forbidden Love fans.)
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Jack Howeth Thoughts? Western Journalism FEATURED STORIESFLOYD REPORTSOPINION Rand Paul’s Constitutional Amendment Could Revolutionize The Way Our Government Operates Support the amendment. Support America. Share Tweet Email Avatar of Floyd Brown FLOYD Read more ... BROWN — OCTOBER 21, 2014 Photo credit: Christopher Halloran / Shutterstock.com Only 8% of Americans believe that Congress is doing a good job. Yet, in less than two weeks, a majority of these underperforming political hacks will be returned to office. Why? The short answer is: The system has been rigged. Advertisement-content continues below Today, both the U.S. Congress and the president routinely exempt themselves (and their officers) from the laws they inflict on Americans. Once in office, they’re all granted immunity to what you and I must live and abide by. But Senator Rand Paul has found a way to beat this two-tiered system, stripping Congress of its superpowers… A Rising Class of Villains A privileged class is growing before our eyes. The great perversion started when Corporate America (and related special interests) hired hordes of lobbyists to rewrite the laws of the land for the benefit of a few interested parties. Advertisement-content continues below The result is a world in which most members of Congress, as well as their administrative officials, go directly from the halls of government to jobs of influence peddling. In fact, if one seeks a successful political career, influence peddling or lobbying has become the lucrative way-stop. Subsequently, the incumbent class of Congressional leaders is protected from any changes. Of course, this isn’t what our Founding Fathers envisioned for the United States of America… Our Republic, a place where free people largely governed themselves, is dead. And all that remains of the system are the vestiges. We sing and honor the same flag, our president lives in the same house, and our legislators meet in the same Capitol Building; but the federalist republic is gone. If you take the time to read the old documents written by our Founding Fathers, the charges against King George apply equally today to the Obama administration and our rubber-stamp Congress, as they did in the 18th century… Consider this line from our Declaration of Independence: “He has erected a multitude of new offices, and sent hither swarms of officers to harass our people, and eat out their substance.” Sound familiar? You see, the system that our Founders built is completely corrupted. It no longer resembles even a shadow of its former self, and the potential of this outcome was the Fathers’ greatest worry. As Madison pointed out, “If we don’t provide against corruption, our government will soon be at an end.” Unfortunately, Mr. Madison, America’s government has reached that point. Rand Paul Constitutional Amendment But, luckily for us, Senator Rand Paul is fighting to re-establish that public virtue. He’s introduced a simple amendment to the U.S. Constitution that states: “Congress shall make no law applicable to a citizen of the United States that is not equally applicable to Congress.” Though the wording is simple, the change could have a profound impact. Read more at http://www.westernjournalism.com/heres-need-know-rand-pauls-proposed-constitutional-amendment/#BMhjToUcClRWt4U8.99
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Ruthie Hendrycks http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley/2014/10/24/part-two-jihad-on-our-southern-border-important-on-the-ruthie-report PART TWO: Jihad on our Southern Border Please join Ruthie this Thursday October 23rd, 2014 from 8-10 pm CST with GUEST: DAVI Read more ... D H - David will join the program at 9 pm CST Please see bio below David - an expert on this subject has much more to share with us Due to a small glitch last week (has been resolved) and due to the amount of information David has to share we will have David back this Thursday with Part Two Thank You David - IMPORTANT issue - that of ..................... Jihad at our Southern UNSECURED border David and Ruthie will discuss many aspects - information YOU SHOULD KNOW!!! David is a US Army veteran, former instructor in Middle East Studies with operational experience in Bosnia, Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is currently a member of the Texas Border Volunteer As I previously asked in PART ONE: With the current violence and threats we are witnessing around the globe... What could possibly be a reason for NOT SECURING OUR BORDERS AND PORTS??? Why is our southern border unsecured to the point - children can enter illegally and if children are able to enter at will - common sense would lead one to believe terrorist could!!! - Ruthie David and Ruthie will discuss............................................... History of Hamas and -infiltration of jihadists Hezbollah in Central through South and Central and South America America into the US -coordination between drug -the number of Latino cartels and terrorist groups Number of Latino’s converting to Islam Border Patrol Report: ...documented members of Al Qaeda and Columbian guerilla groups discussing the use of Mexican Islamist converts to infiltrate the U.S. across the Southwest border. The report concluded that if you want to conduct another operation after 9-11, you don’t want people to know who you are. And the best way to be anonymous is to come across the border THE RUTHIE REPORT 6:00 pm PST - 8:00 pm CST - 9:00 pm EST Call-in Number: 1-917-388-4520 Click here and then on The Ruthie Report URL: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley (select corresponding date) and at http://www.mnsirproject.com/ Bio Education -Anti-Terrorism Instructor, US Army Special Warfare Center &School Fort Bragg, NC -Combined Arms Special Service School, US Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth, KS -Regional Studies (Middle East Seminar) US Army Special Warfare Center & School Fort Bragg, NC -Infantry Officer Basic and Advance Courses, Fort Benning, GA -Bachelor's Degree (History Major) College of Arts, University of Oregon Eugene, OR Current Activities -Member of Texas Border Volunteers. -Public Speaker on Middle East and Border Security Issues. Employment History (US Army, 1980-2010) -Civil Affairs Officer Planner, Special Operations Command, Central Command (SOCCENT) (2007-2010) -Office of Military Cooperation, US Embassy Cairo, Egypt (2004-2007) -Civil Affairs Planner at Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk (1996-97, 2000-2002) -Instructor, Middle East Studies at US Army Special Warfare Center and School Fort Bragg, NC (Drilling Reservist, 1993-1996) -Team Leader, 96th Civil Affairs Battalion Fort Bragg, NC (1989-1992) -Infantry Officer in 82nd Airborne Division Airborne and 7th Infantry Division (Light) (1981-1988) Overseas Deployments: MFO, Sinai, Egypt (1984), Just Cause, Panama (1989), Desert Shield/Storm Saudi Arabia/Kuwait (1990-91), Provide Comfort, Northern Iraq (1991), Joint Guard, Hungary/Croatia/Bosnia (1997-98), Iraqi Freedom, Kuwait/Iraq (2003), Enduring Freedom, Qatar (2007), Enduring Freedom, Pakistan (2008) Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan (2009) Training Deployments: Puerto Rico, Germany x 3, Canada, Honduras x 3, Jordan, Egypt, Israel, Kuwait, Bosnia, Kosovo Honors Decorations: Bronze Star; Defense Meritorious Service Medal; Meritorious Service Medal x4; Joint Service Commendation Medal; Army Commendation Medal x5; Joint Achievement Medal; Army Achievement Medal x3; Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; Humanitarian Service Medal; Joint Meritorious Unit Award x3; Meritorious Unit Commendation; Letter of Commendation from President Endara of Panama; Combat Infantryman’s Badge Achievements: Ranger Tab, Senior Parachute Wings, Jordanian Parachute Wings; Air Assault Badge  
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2014 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of South Jersey Thank you to Linda Carroll (and team captain Linda Burke) from 21st Century Oncology for sharing their photos from their 2014 fundraiser! Their team held two bake sales at their Woodbury office and employees from all of their centers (Voorhees, Will Read more ... ingboro, and Woodbury) donated their time and baking skills for an amazing event! T-shirt sales and raffles also contributed to their fundraising efforts … way to go, 21st Century Oncology! See you Sunday at Pennsauken!
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Ruthie Hendrycks http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley/2014/10/24/part-two-jihad-on-our-southern-border-important-on-the-ruthie-report PART TWO: Jihad on our Southern Border Please join Ruthie this Thursday October 23rd, 2014 from 8-10 pm CST with GUEST: DAVI Read more ... D H - David will join the program at 9 pm CST Please see bio below David - an expert on this subject has much more to share with us Due to a small glitch last week (has been resolved) and due to the amount of information David has to share we will have David back this Thursday with Part Two Thank You David - IMPORTANT issue - that of ..................... Jihad at our Southern UNSECURED border David and Ruthie will discuss many aspects - information YOU SHOULD KNOW!!! David is a US Army veteran, former instructor in Middle East Studies with operational experience in Bosnia, Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is currently a member of the Texas Border Volunteer As I previously asked in PART ONE: With the current violence and threats we are witnessing around the globe... What could possibly be a reason for NOT SECURING OUR BORDERS AND PORTS??? Why is our southern border unsecured to the point - children can enter illegally and if children are able to enter at will - common sense would lead one to believe terrorist could!!! - Ruthie David and Ruthie will discuss............................................... History of Hamas and -infiltration of jihadists Hezbollah in Central through South and Central and South America America into the US -coordination between drug -the number of Latino cartels and terrorist groups Number of Latino’s converting to Islam Border Patrol Report: ...documented members of Al Qaeda and Columbian guerilla groups discussing the use of Mexican Islamist converts to infiltrate the U.S. across the Southwest border. The report concluded that if you want to conduct another operation after 9-11, you don’t want people to know who you are. And the best way to be anonymous is to come across the border THE RUTHIE REPORT 6:00 pm PST - 8:00 pm CST - 9:00 pm EST Call-in Number: 1-917-388-4520 Click here and then on The Ruthie Report URL: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley (select corresponding date) and at http://www.mnsirproject.com/ Bio Education -Anti-Terrorism Instructor, US Army Special Warfare Center &School Fort Bragg, NC -Combined Arms Special Service School, US Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth, KS -Regional Studies (Middle East Seminar) US Army Special Warfare Center & School Fort Bragg, NC -Infantry Officer Basic and Advance Courses, Fort Benning, GA -Bachelor's Degree (History Major) College of Arts, University of Oregon Eugene, OR Current Activities -Member of Texas Border Volunteers. -Public Speaker on Middle East and Border Security Issues. Employment History (US Army, 1980-2010) -Civil Affairs Officer Planner, Special Operations Command, Central Command (SOCCENT) (2007-2010) -Office of Military Cooperation, US Embassy Cairo, Egypt (2004-2007) -Civil Affairs Planner at Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk (1996-97, 2000-2002) -Instructor, Middle East Studies at US Army Special Warfare Center and School Fort Bragg, NC (Drilling Reservist, 1993-1996) -Team Leader, 96th Civil Affairs Battalion Fort Bragg, NC (1989-1992) -Infantry Officer in 82nd Airborne Division Airborne and 7th Infantry Division (Light) (1981-1988) Overseas Deployments: MFO, Sinai, Egypt (1984), Just Cause, Panama (1989), Desert Shield/Storm Saudi Arabia/Kuwait (1990-91), Provide Comfort, Northern Iraq (1991), Joint Guard, Hungary/Croatia/Bosnia (1997-98), Iraqi Freedom, Kuwait/Iraq (2003), Enduring Freedom, Qatar (2007), Enduring Freedom, Pakistan (2008) Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan (2009) Training Deployments: Puerto Rico, Germany x 3, Canada, Honduras x 3, Jordan, Egypt, Israel, Kuwait, Bosnia, Kosovo Honors Decorations: Bronze Star; Defense Meritorious Service Medal; Meritorious Service Medal x4; Joint Service Commendation Medal; Army Commendation Medal x5; Joint Achievement Medal; Army Achievement Medal x3; Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; Humanitarian Service Medal; Joint Meritorious Unit Award x3; Meritorious Unit Commendation; Letter of Commendation from President Endara of Panama; Combat Infantryman’s Badge Achievements: Ranger Tab, Senior Parachute Wings, Jordanian Parachute Wings; Air Assault Badge  
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Ruthie Hendrycks http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley/2014/10/24/part-two-jihad-on-our-southern-border-important-on-the-ruthie-report PART TWO: Jihad on our Southern Border Please join Ruthie this Thursday October 23rd, 2014 from 8-10 pm CST with GUEST: DAVI Read more ... D H - David will join the program at 9 pm CST Please see bio below David - an expert on this subject has much more to share with us Due to a small glitch last week (has been resolved) and due to the amount of information David has to share we will have David back this Thursday with Part Two Thank You David - IMPORTANT issue - that of ..................... Jihad at our Southern UNSECURED border David and Ruthie will discuss many aspects - information YOU SHOULD KNOW!!! David is a US Army veteran, former instructor in Middle East Studies with operational experience in Bosnia, Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is currently a member of the Texas Border Volunteer As I previously asked in PART ONE: With the current violence and threats we are witnessing around the globe... What could possibly be a reason for NOT SECURING OUR BORDERS AND PORTS??? Why is our southern border unsecured to the point - children can enter illegally and if children are able to enter at will - common sense would lead one to believe terrorist could!!! - Ruthie David and Ruthie will discuss............................................... History of Hamas and -infiltration of jihadists Hezbollah in Central through South and Central and South America America into the US -coordination between drug -the number of Latino cartels and terrorist groups Number of Latino’s converting to Islam Border Patrol Report: ...documented members of Al Qaeda and Columbian guerilla groups discussing the use of Mexican Islamist converts to infiltrate the U.S. across the Southwest border. The report concluded that if you want to conduct another operation after 9-11, you don’t want people to know who you are. And the best way to be anonymous is to come across the border THE RUTHIE REPORT 6:00 pm PST - 8:00 pm CST - 9:00 pm EST Call-in Number: 1-917-388-4520 Click here and then on The Ruthie Report URL: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley (select corresponding date) and at http://www.mnsirproject.com/ Bio Education -Anti-Terrorism Instructor, US Army Special Warfare Center &School Fort Bragg, NC -Combined Arms Special Service School, US Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth, KS -Regional Studies (Middle East Seminar) US Army Special Warfare Center & School Fort Bragg, NC -Infantry Officer Basic and Advance Courses, Fort Benning, GA -Bachelor's Degree (History Major) College of Arts, University of Oregon Eugene, OR Current Activities -Member of Texas Border Volunteers. -Public Speaker on Middle East and Border Security Issues. Employment History (US Army, 1980-2010) -Civil Affairs Officer Planner, Special Operations Command, Central Command (SOCCENT) (2007-2010) -Office of Military Cooperation, US Embassy Cairo, Egypt (2004-2007) -Civil Affairs Planner at Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk (1996-97, 2000-2002) -Instructor, Middle East Studies at US Army Special Warfare Center and School Fort Bragg, NC (Drilling Reservist, 1993-1996) -Team Leader, 96th Civil Affairs Battalion Fort Bragg, NC (1989-1992) -Infantry Officer in 82nd Airborne Division Airborne and 7th Infantry Division (Light) (1981-1988) Overseas Deployments: MFO, Sinai, Egypt (1984), Just Cause, Panama (1989), Desert Shield/Storm Saudi Arabia/Kuwait (1990-91), Provide Comfort, Northern Iraq (1991), Joint Guard, Hungary/Croatia/Bosnia (1997-98), Iraqi Freedom, Kuwait/Iraq (2003), Enduring Freedom, Qatar (2007), Enduring Freedom, Pakistan (2008) Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan (2009) Training Deployments: Puerto Rico, Germany x 3, Canada, Honduras x 3, Jordan, Egypt, Israel, Kuwait, Bosnia, Kosovo Honors Decorations: Bronze Star; Defense Meritorious Service Medal; Meritorious Service Medal x4; Joint Service Commendation Medal; Army Commendation Medal x5; Joint Achievement Medal; Army Achievement Medal x3; Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; Humanitarian Service Medal; Joint Meritorious Unit Award x3; Meritorious Unit Commendation; Letter of Commendation from President Endara of Panama; Combat Infantryman’s Badge Achievements: Ranger Tab, Senior Parachute Wings, Jordanian Parachute Wings; Air Assault Badge  
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Rose Mezu April 27, 2014 - Divine Mercy Sunday Canonization : Alleluia! 1. "Perhaps, life is a wave of astonishments,/ A wave of height and depth; Don't ever Be Afraid!" - St. JP II, the Great. 2. The Catholic Church is in the business of making saints - m Read more ... en and women of holiness who serve as models of goodness and inspiration. Alleluia! It's been done! It did happen - two formidable princes of the Chruch and servants of God now newly minted Saints - universally acclaimed as holy men! John Paul II and John XIII are now saints of the Catholic Church. Two Popes today were in attendance, concelebrating at the Canonization mass - the humble but courageous, dutiful Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI (who served under John Paul II), and the reigning Pope Francis I - at this historic first double canonization since the Medieval Ages. Between these two iconic, new Saints and the two living Brother Popes - holy and great men, emerges a sense of Joy, a sense of continuity for the spread of the Gospel news of Christ's Joyful sacrifice of redemption. John XXIII"s canonization process had seemed to have languished after his one-miracle beatification. But on the other hand, John Paul II's funeral witnessed calls for "Santo Subito - Saint immediately". With Pope Benedict in office, the canonization process for JP II steam rolled into a fast track. And it appears to be quite in keeping with Providential design order that this Pope of Divine Mercy, who caused to be, the beatification process of the visionary Sr. Maria Faustina, also canonized Faustina and instituted Divine Mercy Sunday (with the approval for the Chaplet of divine Mercy 2000) on the Second Sunday after Easter, and the Pope who himself died on the Vigil of Divine Mercy (April 2005) - it is quite providential, therefore, that he be declared a saint on Divine Mercy Sunday (April 27, 2014) - he actually called himself the Mercy Pope. Consequently, JP II's canonization seemed to carry along with it, as it were, that of the little-remembered John XXXIII. John XIII is actually remembered as the "good Papa" - a simple, farm boy from a very large family who called the Second Vatican Council where Karol Wojtila received international notice and mention from his Retreat lecture and his then revolutionary book, Theology of the Body. Providence would so arrange it the ordinary, orphaned boy from a war-torn country Karol Wotjyla who later became John Paul II, and an overweight, country boy who became a diplomat and then Pope would today be jointly enrolled into the lectionary of saints forever to be venerated as inspirational holy men by the universal Church. The papacy of John Paul II appears to be indeed consequential for he has garnered the lion's share of attention. JP II went everywhere - literally to the ends of the Earth as was charged the Apostles by the risen and ascending Christ. JP II reached out to so many people both on a personal and official level - literally, the shepherd of the people - the good Shepherd in search of his lost sheep everywhere - in Jewish Temples, among Hindus, in Muslim Mosques, in Asia, Cuba, Latin America, Europe, Middle East - everywhere, covering more territories than the Lord he served. (to be continued). _http://www.aol.com/article/2014/04/27/pope-francis-presides-over-historic- http://www.physicsofreality.com/notable-quotes.html
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Grace Mend ...>We’ve found 37 ways to save money right now. Cut your cable. Not only will you save at least P3,600 a year (assuming you had the most basic Sky Cable plan at P299/mo), you’ll also have more time to read books, learn a craft, or go outside an Read more ... d get some exercise. Reduce eating out to once a week or less. The money you spend on one dinner at a decent restaurant could easily be used for a whole week’s worth of homemade meals. Make your own coffee. We’ve all heard the cliché about yuppies wasting their money on P200 lattes, but it’s a cliché for a reason. Stop going to Starbucks and start only drinking coffee if you made it yourself at home, or you got it for free at work. Quit expensive vices. Whether that’s cigarettes, alcohol, or sodas, cut down drastically or, better yet, quit it. An average smoker spends P10,800 a year on cigarettes; one beer a day — imagine how much interest you would have now if you put it in a UITF instead. Buy generic or store brands. Grocery stores and drugstores offer cheap generic brands of almost anything. (Learn how to save even more on your groceries with our guide.) Before buying something, see if you can borrow first. If you need some tools to fix something up, or a video camera for a day, or a movie you want to watch, ask your friends first to see if they have one you can borrow. Use free software. Search the internet for free alternatives to software you need. For example, Microsoft Office is crazy expensive — try OpenOffice instead, or Google Docs. Instead of shelling out for Photoshop for minor editing, get GIMP. Get rid of your landline. You probably have a cell phone, and never use your landline. Get rid of it and you’ll cut costs. (If you have to provide a landline for credit card applications, use your work’s.) Sell your unused items. Go through your clothes, check your garage for things you don’t use anymore, and sell it online or have a yard sale. Start paying for things with cash only. 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Do a little research so you can have a fun time out without spending too much. Make meals out of whatever’s on sale at the grocery store. Once a week or so the grocery puts different things on sale. (For example, there was recently a buy 1 kg chicken lollipops, get 500 g free deal at Rustan’s Fresh.) Plan your menu around the sales. Freeze! You can freeze extra stock, gravy, pesto, tomato paste, lemon juice, and wine in ice cube trays, and toss it in your cooking to add extra flavor. You can also freeze herbs so they don’t wilt in your crisper. On-sale frozen vegetables will also last longer. And keeping your freezer full will actually use less energy, because it takes more to keep an empty freezer cold than a full one. Find alternatives to retail therapy. Instead of taking out your anger on your credit card, think about what else you can do. You could go for a run, which reduces stress; meditate, which is free; or hang out with people that give you good vibes. Use cloth diapers. 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AFSCME Council 18 State Narrowly Misses Oct 7 Deadline to Finish Printing Checks....4200 Checks Printed - Only 6,000 to go...BACK PAY! AFSCME received communication regarding back pay checks from the state today. In an effort to keep members in the loop we've attach Read more ... ed the entire letter below. (Look for an article by Steve Terrell in tomorrow's Santa Fe New Mexican, he might obtain more detail from the state) Connie Derr, Executive Director of Council 18 would like to preface this letter from State Personnel by informing members that SPO legal counsel is mistaken in their recollection that AFSCME refused to help distribute the checks. Quite the opposite, in a Spring 2014 meeting, AFSCME offered to distribute the checks to CURRENT State Employees, that offer was turned down. During a late 2014 summer meeting, the State asked if AFSCME would distribute only the RETIREE back pay checks. The state does not currently share retiree mailing address information with AFSCME, and so, we were unable to accept that offer. ___________________ Here is the complete letter received today from State Personnel Legal Counsel: All: We were not able to run a special payroll last week. The pending uploads involve more complex calculations, which has required more time for calculation and validation. We are continuing to work closely with the independent contractor to put together a schedule for special payrolls based upon the contractor’s ability to complete the remaining calculations. As soon as I have updated information about the schedule, I will provide it to you and post it to the SPO website. We will continue to run special payrolls as we receive completed calculations, subject to the regular payroll constraints. To date, approximately 4,200 checks have been processed. All processed checks that were pending distribution were mailed via certified mail the week before last. We do not have a list of these employees; however, we will ask our independent contractor if obtaining such a list is possible. The State has offered to provide the checks to the unions’ counsel for distribution to union members; however, these offers were refused. If the unions had allowed every member to obtain their checks directly from you, check distribution could have been simplified, and you could have distributed them however you saw fit. We are renewing our offer to provide the remaining checks to you for distribution. Please let us know whether you would like to distribute the remaining checks and we will make necessary arrangements. I’ve attached the check distribution protocols, pursuant to Miles’ request. Future protocols will allow the agencies to hold the checks for longer than two days, unless you decide to distribute the checks. Sincerely, General Counsel State Personnel Office __________________________ https://www.scribd.com/doc/243907988/Back-Pay-Update-October-21-2014 ###
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Ruthie Hendrycks http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley/2014/10/24/part-two-jihad-on-our-southern-border-important-on-the-ruthie-report PART TWO: Jihad on our Southern Border Please join Ruthie this Thursday October 23rd, 2014 from 8-10 pm CST with GUEST: DAVI Read more ... D H - David will join the program at 9 pm CST Please see bio below David - an expert on this subject has much more to share with us Due to a small glitch last week (has been resolved) and due to the amount of information David has to share we will have David back this Thursday with Part Two Thank You David - IMPORTANT issue - that of ..................... Jihad at our Southern UNSECURED border David and Ruthie will discuss many aspects - information YOU SHOULD KNOW!!! David is a US Army veteran, former instructor in Middle East Studies with operational experience in Bosnia, Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is currently a member of the Texas Border Volunteer As I previously asked in PART ONE: With the current violence and threats we are witnessing around the globe... What could possibly be a reason for NOT SECURING OUR BORDERS AND PORTS??? Why is our southern border unsecured to the point - children can enter illegally and if children are able to enter at will - common sense would lead one to believe terrorist could!!! - Ruthie David and Ruthie will discuss............................................... History of Hamas and -infiltration of jihadists Hezbollah in Central through South and Central and South America America into the US -coordination between drug -the number of Latino cartels and terrorist groups Number of Latino’s converting to Islam Border Patrol Report: ...documented members of Al Qaeda and Columbian guerilla groups discussing the use of Mexican Islamist converts to infiltrate the U.S. across the Southwest border. The report concluded that if you want to conduct another operation after 9-11, you don’t want people to know who you are. And the best way to be anonymous is to come across the border THE RUTHIE REPORT 6:00 pm PST - 8:00 pm CST - 9:00 pm EST Call-in Number: 1-917-388-4520 Click here and then on The Ruthie Report URL: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley (select corresponding date) and at http://www.mnsirproject.com/ Bio Education -Anti-Terrorism Instructor, US Army Special Warfare Center &School Fort Bragg, NC -Combined Arms Special Service School, US Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth, KS -Regional Studies (Middle East Seminar) US Army Special Warfare Center & School Fort Bragg, NC -Infantry Officer Basic and Advance Courses, Fort Benning, GA -Bachelor's Degree (History Major) College of Arts, University of Oregon Eugene, OR Current Activities -Member of Texas Border Volunteers. -Public Speaker on Middle East and Border Security Issues. Employment History (US Army, 1980-2010) -Civil Affairs Officer Planner, Special Operations Command, Central Command (SOCCENT) (2007-2010) -Office of Military Cooperation, US Embassy Cairo, Egypt (2004-2007) -Civil Affairs Planner at Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk (1996-97, 2000-2002) -Instructor, Middle East Studies at US Army Special Warfare Center and School Fort Bragg, NC (Drilling Reservist, 1993-1996) -Team Leader, 96th Civil Affairs Battalion Fort Bragg, NC (1989-1992) -Infantry Officer in 82nd Airborne Division Airborne and 7th Infantry Division (Light) (1981-1988) Overseas Deployments: MFO, Sinai, Egypt (1984), Just Cause, Panama (1989), Desert Shield/Storm Saudi Arabia/Kuwait (1990-91), Provide Comfort, Northern Iraq (1991), Joint Guard, Hungary/Croatia/Bosnia (1997-98), Iraqi Freedom, Kuwait/Iraq (2003), Enduring Freedom, Qatar (2007), Enduring Freedom, Pakistan (2008) Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan (2009) Training Deployments: Puerto Rico, Germany x 3, Canada, Honduras x 3, Jordan, Egypt, Israel, Kuwait, Bosnia, Kosovo Honors Decorations: Bronze Star; Defense Meritorious Service Medal; Meritorious Service Medal x4; Joint Service Commendation Medal; Army Commendation Medal x5; Joint Achievement Medal; Army Achievement Medal x3; Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; Humanitarian Service Medal; Joint Meritorious Unit Award x3; Meritorious Unit Commendation; Letter of Commendation from President Endara of Panama; Combat Infantryman’s Badge Achievements: Ranger Tab, Senior Parachute Wings, Jordanian Parachute Wings; Air Assault Badge  
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David H. Askew ignorant, just plain IGNORANT!!!!
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Dianne Feinstein: "All vets are mentally ill in some way and government should prevent them from owning firearms." The reply from the LA Times is priceless. (Sometimes even the L.A. Times gets it right.) "Frankly, I don't know what it is about Cali Read more ... fornia, but we seem to have a strange urge to elect really obnoxious women to high office. I'm not bragging, you understand, but no other state, including Maine, even comes close. When it comes to sending left-wing dingbats to Washington, we're Number One. There's no getting around the fact that the last time anyone saw the likes of Barbara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein, Maxine Waters, and Nancy Pelosi, they were stirring a cauldron when the curtain went up on ' Macbeth '. The four of them are like jackasses who happen to possess the gift of blab. You don't know if you should condemn them for their stupidity or simply marvel at their ability to form words." -Columnist Burt Prelutsky, Los Angeles Times Be sure to SHARE this with all the "mentally ill" vets you know, especially the ones with guns... Click here to join the community ->> http://www.rtba.co/join-the-community
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Michael Suarez We need MORE prosecution of animal abusers! Make your vote count!!
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Early voting has begun! Please vote for my friend Susan Campbell Skinner who’s running for COUNTY COURT AT LAW #14– we need her on the bench! For my friends that don’t know Susan, please take this opportunity to look at her qualifications belo Read more ... w. Susan has over 30 years experience in her service to Bexar County making her a well rounded and qualified judicial candidate for this bench and the best choice hands down. If elected, Susan has envisioned developing a special docket for ANIMAL CRUELTY CASES. All my animal rescue friends know the severe animal cruelty problem that exists in Bexar County and the need for the judicial system to address the thousands of reported incidents annually. It is well established in research that there are direct links between violent behaviors towards humans and violent behaviors towards animals and an indicator of other violence within the family setting. Animal cruelty issues cannot be overlooked any longer. Addressing animal cruelty cases comprehensively is key to protection of the community and victim safety for both humans and pets. Below are just some of her qualifications. I’ve known Susan for many years and I can personally say that she is an incredibly special person. A true “Renaissance woman” and a person with all the qualities you would want in a friend. Those same qualities are essential for a qualified judge as far as judicial temperament, problem solving, reputation for excellent character and integrity, devotion, demonstrated sound judgment and fairness. More about Susan can be found on her web site at http://www.susanskinnerforjudge.com Just some of her qualifications - - Native San Antonian – Theodore Roosevelt High School, 1976 - BSW - Texas State University - MSW - Our Lady of the Lake University - JD - St. Mary’s University School of Law – Top 10% - Former Child Protective Services case worker and Foster Parent - Over 7 years Bexar County Adult Probation officer and supervisor - Over 16 years Bexar County DA’s office including -Former felony prosecutor for violent crimes and drug task force - Former felony first chair prosecutor responsible for the prosecution of child death cases, domestic violence murders, serious child abuse injury cases and sex crimes against children - Over 6 years as private practice attorney in both criminal and civil Bexar County courts - Mother of Ashley Skinner (30) deaf education teacher for NEISD and Amy Rose (29) former special education teacher for NEISD. - Proud grandmother of Emma Lou (2) and Ella Susan (2 months) - Daughter of John Campbell, retired from Kelly AFB and Emma Dominguez Campbell. PLEASE SHARE! People need to know who is the best candidate! Thank you! — with Catherine Shannon Gorton and 49 others.
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Doc Burkhart Christian News Updates - Defense minister airs Iran nuclear concerns at Pentagon Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon said Tuesday he shared with his US counterpart Israel’s concerns about the direction of talks between world powers and Iran on its nu Read more ... clear program In an audio message released by Ya’alon’s office after his meeting with Chuck Hagel at the Pentagon, Ya’alon said they also talked about the conflicts in Iraq and Syria and the US-Israel defense partnership. Read Full Article The post Defense minister airs Iran nuclear concerns at Pentagon appeared first on Trunews:. http://ift.tt/eA8V8J http://ift.tt/1wnd7tF #trunews #docburkhart
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Ruthie Hendrycks http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley/2014/10/24/part-two-jihad-on-our-southern-border-important-on-the-ruthie-report PART TWO: Jihad on our Southern Border Please join Ruthie this Thursday October 23rd, 2014 from 8-10 pm CST with GUEST: DAVI Read more ... D H - David will join the program at 9 pm CST Please see bio below David - an expert on this subject has much more to share with us Due to a small glitch last week (has been resolved) and due to the amount of information David has to share we will have David back this Thursday with Part Two Thank You David - IMPORTANT issue - that of ..................... Jihad at our Southern UNSECURED border David and Ruthie will discuss many aspects - information YOU SHOULD KNOW!!! David is a US Army veteran, former instructor in Middle East Studies with operational experience in Bosnia, Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is currently a member of the Texas Border Volunteer As I previously asked in PART ONE: With the current violence and threats we are witnessing around the globe... What could possibly be a reason for NOT SECURING OUR BORDERS AND PORTS??? Why is our southern border unsecured to the point - children can enter illegally and if children are able to enter at will - common sense would lead one to believe terrorist could!!! - Ruthie David and Ruthie will discuss............................................... History of Hamas and -infiltration of jihadists Hezbollah in Central through South and Central and South America America into the US -coordination between drug -the number of Latino cartels and terrorist groups Number of Latino’s converting to Islam Border Patrol Report: ...documented members of Al Qaeda and Columbian guerilla groups discussing the use of Mexican Islamist converts to infiltrate the U.S. across the Southwest border. The report concluded that if you want to conduct another operation after 9-11, you don’t want people to know who you are. And the best way to be anonymous is to come across the border THE RUTHIE REPORT 6:00 pm PST - 8:00 pm CST - 9:00 pm EST Call-in Number: 1-917-388-4520 Click here and then on The Ruthie Report URL: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley (select corresponding date) and at http://www.mnsirproject.com/ Bio Education -Anti-Terrorism Instructor, US Army Special Warfare Center &School Fort Bragg, NC -Combined Arms Special Service School, US Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth, KS -Regional Studies (Middle East Seminar) US Army Special Warfare Center & School Fort Bragg, NC -Infantry Officer Basic and Advance Courses, Fort Benning, GA -Bachelor's Degree (History Major) College of Arts, University of Oregon Eugene, OR Current Activities -Member of Texas Border Volunteers. -Public Speaker on Middle East and Border Security Issues. Employment History (US Army, 1980-2010) -Civil Affairs Officer Planner, Special Operations Command, Central Command (SOCCENT) (2007-2010) -Office of Military Cooperation, US Embassy Cairo, Egypt (2004-2007) -Civil Affairs Planner at Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk (1996-97, 2000-2002) -Instructor, Middle East Studies at US Army Special Warfare Center and School Fort Bragg, NC (Drilling Reservist, 1993-1996) -Team Leader, 96th Civil Affairs Battalion Fort Bragg, NC (1989-1992) -Infantry Officer in 82nd Airborne Division Airborne and 7th Infantry Division (Light) (1981-1988) Overseas Deployments: MFO, Sinai, Egypt (1984), Just Cause, Panama (1989), Desert Shield/Storm Saudi Arabia/Kuwait (1990-91), Provide Comfort, Northern Iraq (1991), Joint Guard, Hungary/Croatia/Bosnia (1997-98), Iraqi Freedom, Kuwait/Iraq (2003), Enduring Freedom, Qatar (2007), Enduring Freedom, Pakistan (2008) Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan (2009) Training Deployments: Puerto Rico, Germany x 3, Canada, Honduras x 3, Jordan, Egypt, Israel, Kuwait, Bosnia, Kosovo Honors Decorations: Bronze Star; Defense Meritorious Service Medal; Meritorious Service Medal x4; Joint Service Commendation Medal; Army Commendation Medal x5; Joint Achievement Medal; Army Achievement Medal x3; Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; Humanitarian Service Medal; Joint Meritorious Unit Award x3; Meritorious Unit Commendation; Letter of Commendation from President Endara of Panama; Combat Infantryman’s Badge Achievements: Ranger Tab, Senior Parachute Wings, Jordanian Parachute Wings; Air Assault Badge  
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What a beauty! This is Lorelei! She was lucky. She got loved and wanted from the start. Sadly, so many doxies do not. Lorelei has entered the contest so that everyone can enjoy her beauty and cuteness and also because she wants to help make a di Read more ... fference in the lives of those that need help. What a gal! Can you help her in her quest for the top 12 and help some needy doxies? Lorelei sure hope so. OK, it's time...please like, share and VOTE for Lorelei using her special link: https://www.gogophotocontest.com/drbc/entries/10626 Here is what her family shared about her: I think it was fate the day I went to the wrong Post Office to pick up mail for my mom. Overhearing the mail lady asking her coworkers if anyone wanted a puppy, she looked at me and asked, "Do you want a dachshund puppy? I have 2 left. They're 9 weeks old. " When I told her I couldn't buy one right now, she said, "As long as you can love her and take care of her, there is no charge". Needless to say, the rest is history. She is a lover, protector, snuggler, cuddler, light-chaser, and has the ability to make a nest out of anything she can possibly find.
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Dianne Feinstein: "All vets are mentally ill in some way and government should prevent them from owning firearms." The reply from the LA Times is priceless. (Sometimes even the L.A. Times gets it right.) "Frankly, I don't know what it is about Cali Read more ... fornia, but we seem to have a strange urge to elect really obnoxious women to high office. I'm not bragging, you understand, but no other state, including Maine, even comes close. When it comes to sending left-wing dingbats to Washington, we're Number One. There's no getting around the fact that the last time anyone saw the likes of Barbara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein, Maxine Waters, and Nancy Pelosi, they were stirring a cauldron when the curtain went up on ' Macbeth '. The four of them are like jackasses who happen to possess the gift of blab. You don't know if you should condemn them for their stupidity or simply marvel at their ability to form words." -Columnist Burt Prelutsky, Los Angeles Times Be sure to SHARE this with all the "mentally ill" vets you know, especially the ones with guns... Click here to join the community ->> http://www.rtba.co/join-the-community
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Ruthie Hendrycks http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley/2014/10/24/part-two-jihad-on-our-southern-border-important-on-the-ruthie-report PART TWO: Jihad on our Southern Border Please join Ruthie this Thursday October 23rd, 2014 from 8-10 pm CST with GUEST: DAVI Read more ... D H - David will join the program at 9 pm CST Please see bio below David - an expert on this subject has much more to share with us Due to a small glitch last week (has been resolved) and due to the amount of information David has to share we will have David back this Thursday with Part Two Thank You David - IMPORTANT issue - that of ..................... Jihad at our Southern UNSECURED border David and Ruthie will discuss many aspects - information YOU SHOULD KNOW!!! David is a US Army veteran, former instructor in Middle East Studies with operational experience in Bosnia, Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is currently a member of the Texas Border Volunteer As I previously asked in PART ONE: With the current violence and threats we are witnessing around the globe... What could possibly be a reason for NOT SECURING OUR BORDERS AND PORTS??? Why is our southern border unsecured to the point - children can enter illegally and if children are able to enter at will - common sense would lead one to believe terrorist could!!! - Ruthie David and Ruthie will discuss............................................... History of Hamas and -infiltration of jihadists Hezbollah in Central through South and Central and South America America into the US -coordination between drug -the number of Latino cartels and terrorist groups Number of Latino’s converting to Islam Border Patrol Report: ...documented members of Al Qaeda and Columbian guerilla groups discussing the use of Mexican Islamist converts to infiltrate the U.S. across the Southwest border. The report concluded that if you want to conduct another operation after 9-11, you don’t want people to know who you are. And the best way to be anonymous is to come across the border THE RUTHIE REPORT 6:00 pm PST - 8:00 pm CST - 9:00 pm EST Call-in Number: 1-917-388-4520 Click here and then on The Ruthie Report URL: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley (select corresponding date) and at http://www.mnsirproject.com/ Bio Education -Anti-Terrorism Instructor, US Army Special Warfare Center &School Fort Bragg, NC -Combined Arms Special Service School, US Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth, KS -Regional Studies (Middle East Seminar) US Army Special Warfare Center & School Fort Bragg, NC -Infantry Officer Basic and Advance Courses, Fort Benning, GA -Bachelor's Degree (History Major) College of Arts, University of Oregon Eugene, OR Current Activities -Member of Texas Border Volunteers. -Public Speaker on Middle East and Border Security Issues. Employment History (US Army, 1980-2010) -Civil Affairs Officer Planner, Special Operations Command, Central Command (SOCCENT) (2007-2010) -Office of Military Cooperation, US Embassy Cairo, Egypt (2004-2007) -Civil Affairs Planner at Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk (1996-97, 2000-2002) -Instructor, Middle East Studies at US Army Special Warfare Center and School Fort Bragg, NC (Drilling Reservist, 1993-1996) -Team Leader, 96th Civil Affairs Battalion Fort Bragg, NC (1989-1992) -Infantry Officer in 82nd Airborne Division Airborne and 7th Infantry Division (Light) (1981-1988) Overseas Deployments: MFO, Sinai, Egypt (1984), Just Cause, Panama (1989), Desert Shield/Storm Saudi Arabia/Kuwait (1990-91), Provide Comfort, Northern Iraq (1991), Joint Guard, Hungary/Croatia/Bosnia (1997-98), Iraqi Freedom, Kuwait/Iraq (2003), Enduring Freedom, Qatar (2007), Enduring Freedom, Pakistan (2008) Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan (2009) Training Deployments: Puerto Rico, Germany x 3, Canada, Honduras x 3, Jordan, Egypt, Israel, Kuwait, Bosnia, Kosovo Honors Decorations: Bronze Star; Defense Meritorious Service Medal; Meritorious Service Medal x4; Joint Service Commendation Medal; Army Commendation Medal x5; Joint Achievement Medal; Army Achievement Medal x3; Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; Humanitarian Service Medal; Joint Meritorious Unit Award x3; Meritorious Unit Commendation; Letter of Commendation from President Endara of Panama; Combat Infantryman’s Badge Achievements: Ranger Tab, Senior Parachute Wings, Jordanian Parachute Wings; Air Assault Badge  
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Jihad on our Southern Border PART TWO Please join Ruthie this Thursday October 23rd, 2014 from 8-10 pm CST with GUEST: DAVID H - David will join the program at 9 pm CST David - an expert on this subject has much more to share with us Due to a small g Read more ... litch last week (has been resolved) and due to the…
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Catherine Thomas Sharing : Jasmine
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***JASMINE***Terrier Mix CRITICALLY FULL!!! Summit County Animal Control Department 250 Opportunity Parkway Akron, OH 44307 (LD) Meet Miss Jasmine, a pit bull mix, one to two years old. Jasmine is a favorite here among the volunteers! Jasmine i Read more ... s such a sweet, loving girl. She walks well on a leash and has done well around the other dogs here. Don't pass her by! https://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/29990486/ Adopting a friend~ Dogs (and puppies) are $ 90.00 : $ 76.00 for the adoption / $ 14.00 for the licenses Cats (and Kittens) are $60.00 : $60.00 for the adoption All age appropriate animals are receiving a one year Rabies Vaccination. All adoptable animals are being treated with Fenbendazole for most common intestinal parasites. All adoptable animals are given Nitenpyram for fleas. All dogs receive intranasal Bordetella. All adoptable dogs are being vaccinated for the following: Distemper, Adeno Virus, Leptospirosis, Parvo, Parainfluenz All adoptable cats are being vaccinated for the following: Feline Rhinotracheitis, Calici, Panleukopenia, Chlamydia Viruses All dogs and cats will be spayed or neutered before leaving the facility. This is included in the adoption fee. All dogs over 6 months of age will be tested for heartworm before they are adopted. All cats will be tested for FIV and Feline Leukemia before they are adopted. Our Hours: Office staffed from 7:30AM to 4:00PM / Monday through Friday (closed Saturday, Sunday, and holidays) The Animal Control Facility is staffed from 10:00AM to 5:00PM on Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday and 10:00AM to 7:00PM on Wednesday and 10:00AM to 3:00PM on Saturday. Closed on Sundays and holidays. If you have any questions regarding this animal or any other animal at our facility please call us @ (330)643-2845. — with Tessie Carlson Glazek and 8 others.
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Rhonda Noto The family needs peace
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ILLINOIS UNSOLVED MURDERS Tracy Lynn (Eich) Cusick 1/17/06 Ottawa IL http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2011-09-14/news/ct-met-ottawa-homicide-0914-20110914_1_body-exhumed-wedding-ring-second-autopsy #WaitingforJustice I ask that you please share Tr Read more ... acy's story. Will you please share? One tip...that's all it takes. Thank You! Ottawa woman's 2006 death ruled homicide Body exhumed in October 2nd autopsy points to foul play September 14, 2011|By Steve Schmadeke, Tribune reporter More than five years after an Ottawa, Ill., woman in a troubled marriage was found by her firefighter husband drowned in a toilet, her death has been ruled a homicide due in part to evidence provided by the wedding ring she was buried with. Shortly after 32-year-old Tracy Cusick's 2006 drowning, authorities reportedly told the city's newspaper, The Times, that there were no signs of foul play. Nothing publicly happened with the case for more than two years, her family says. An autopsy found she had drowned, but the LaSalle County coroner did not rule on her manner of death. Then last month, after the October exhumation of Cusick's remains, her case at last went before a coroner's jury. Jurors deliberated less than 12 minutes before ruling her death a homicide, records show, leading Cusick's family to wonder why the case languished for so long. "It makes us feel like, 'What, she wasn't important?'" said her sister Katrina Gibbons, 43. "My sister wasn't a saint … but she didn't deserve to die so young and the way she did," Gibbons said. "She was a freak about cleaning and then to die in the toilet? I mean you can't get any more filthy than that." The pathologist who did a second autopsy found that Cusick's injuries — including an abrasion to the bottom of her chin, crushing injuries to the cartilage of her throat and an abrasion on her forehead that matched the contours of her gold diamond wedding ring — indicated foul play, a detective testified, according to a transcript of the Aug. 16 inquest. Ottawa police Detective Sgt. Dave Gualandri testified that a police re-creation of the scene as described by Cusick's husband — using photographs, a plumbing expert and an identical toilet — found that it would have been impossible for an adult to drown "without a second party exerting some outside force." No charges have been filed. Prosecutors and police did not return calls. Cusick's family suggests the case is strangely similar to the 2004 bathtub drowning death of Kathleen Savio, ex-Bolingbrook police Sgt. Drew Peterson's third wife. Dr. Bryan Mitchell, who died in 2010, performed autopsies on both women, both of their bodies were exhumed years later and both of their deaths have been reclassified as homicides. "It's just so eerie," Gibbons said. The Cusicks were having marital problems at the time of Tracy's death, and her husband, Kenny, was the only adult in the locked home the night she died, her family said. Attempts to reach Kenny Cusick were unsuccessful, but the firefighter's supporters say only one side of the story has been made public. Roxanne Monterastelli, a friend and longtime bartender at Kenny Cusick's Ottawa tavern, Kenny's Tap, said she attended the inquest and had "never seen something so one-sided in my life." She said no evidence was presented of Tracy Cusick's drug or alcohol problems, which in bouts of heavy drinking had caused her to collapse at the bar while Monterastelli was working. She said Kenny Cusick, who did not attend the inquest, was shocked by the jurors' verdict. "To be honest, he thought for sure it was going to be (ruled an) accidental drowning," she said. Tracy married Kenny Cusick, an Ottawa firefighter/EMT, in 1998 at a ceremony in Las Vegas. They had a daughter, now 12, together and raised a son, now 17, her family said. "He's a good firefighter," said Tom Ganiere, one of Kenny Cusick's former lieutenants. After struggling with back pain, Tracy Cusick became addicted to prescription painkillers, her family says. A small amount of methadone was found in her system after she died, her family said. Coroner Jody Bernard said the facts relevant to Cusick's death were presented at last month's inquest, which did not include any mention of the toxicology reports. By 2006, the Cusicks' marriage was crumbling, her family said. Tracy Cusick told her older sister and others that she planned to hire a lawyer and file for divorce as soon as she secured a part-time job at the local post office. On the night before she died, Tracy called Gibbons about 10 p.m., upset after fighting with her husband, Gibbons said. Tracy said she'd had a couple of Bloody Marys and was going to go to bed. "She was sad; she was upset," Gibbons said. "She said, 'My heart hurts.'" Tracy Cusick often slept on a couch downstairs while her husband slept in the upstairs master bedroom, according to her family and police. The next morning, Jan. 17, 2006, Kenny Cusick told police he walked down the stairs and noticed a light on in the hallway bathroom, Gualandri testified. "He reported looking in the bathroom and seeing her on all fours … with her face floating in water," Gualandri said. "He reported that he took her out of that position, out of the toilet, and brought her out into the hallway where he didn't — couldn't find a pulse. It didn't appear that she was breathing, no pulse, so he made the emergency call." Kenny Cusick's co-workers from the Ottawa Fire Department quickly arrived and took her to the hospital. "(The detectives) said that body should not have been moved until they arrived," said Frank Gibbons, Tracy's brother-in-law. "That's what this whole foul-up is." Ottawa Fire Chief Jeff Newbury said the call for medical assistance was handled properly. From the family's perspective, the handling of their sister's death changed about three years ago when a new set of Ottawa detectives took over. They conducted an experiment to see if an adult could drown in a toilet as Kenny Cusick described, according to court records. "We just were not able to reconstruct any situation where … a person could, accidentally or on their own, submerge their nose and mouth," Gualandri testified. Gualandri also said photographs showed there was not enough water in the bowl for someone to drown. Armed with this new information, investigators exhumed Tracy Cusick's body last October. If you have any information concerning Tracy's case, please contact: Ottawa Police Department 815-433-2131 OR 815-433-2161 LaSalle County Sheriff's 815-434-8393 Lawsuit filed in woman's toilet drowning Family accuses firefighter husband of killing her June 07, 2012|By Steve Schmadeke, Chicago Tribune reporter http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2012-06-07/news/ct-met-ottawa-civil-suit-0608-20120608_1_toilet-civil-lawsuit-criminal-charges Civil suit dismissed in toilet-bowl drowning death case Tom Collins - Staff Writer 1/18/2013 6:01:00 PM http://newstrib.com/main.asp?SectionID=2&SubSectionID=27&ArticleID=25902 Find A Grave Memorial http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=116581738 Sharing generates awareness, Awareness generates support, Support generates HOPE. Illinois Cold Cases Blog http://ilcoldcases.blogspot.com/ Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/IllinoisColdCases Twitter @ILColdCases
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Ruthie Hendrycks http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley/2014/10/24/part-two-jihad-on-our-southern-border-important-on-the-ruthie-report PART TWO: Jihad on our Southern Border Please join Ruthie this Thursday October 23rd, 2014 from 8-10 pm CST with GUEST: DAVI Read more ... D H - David will join the program at 9 pm CST Please see bio below David - an expert on this subject has much more to share with us Due to a small glitch last week (has been resolved) and due to the amount of information David has to share we will have David back this Thursday with Part Two Thank You David - IMPORTANT issue - that of ..................... Jihad at our Southern UNSECURED border David and Ruthie will discuss many aspects - information YOU SHOULD KNOW!!! David is a US Army veteran, former instructor in Middle East Studies with operational experience in Bosnia, Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is currently a member of the Texas Border Volunteer As I previously asked in PART ONE: With the current violence and threats we are witnessing around the globe... What could possibly be a reason for NOT SECURING OUR BORDERS AND PORTS??? Why is our southern border unsecured to the point - children can enter illegally and if children are able to enter at will - common sense would lead one to believe terrorist could!!! - Ruthie David and Ruthie will discuss............................................... History of Hamas and -infiltration of jihadists Hezbollah in Central through South and Central and South America America into the US -coordination between drug -the number of Latino cartels and terrorist groups Number of Latino’s converting to Islam Border Patrol Report: ...documented members of Al Qaeda and Columbian guerilla groups discussing the use of Mexican Islamist converts to infiltrate the U.S. across the Southwest border. The report concluded that if you want to conduct another operation after 9-11, you don’t want people to know who you are. And the best way to be anonymous is to come across the border THE RUTHIE REPORT 6:00 pm PST - 8:00 pm CST - 9:00 pm EST Call-in Number: 1-917-388-4520 Click here and then on The Ruthie Report URL: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley (select corresponding date) and at http://www.mnsirproject.com/ Bio Education -Anti-Terrorism Instructor, US Army Special Warfare Center &School Fort Bragg, NC -Combined Arms Special Service School, US Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth, KS -Regional Studies (Middle East Seminar) US Army Special Warfare Center & School Fort Bragg, NC -Infantry Officer Basic and Advance Courses, Fort Benning, GA -Bachelor's Degree (History Major) College of Arts, University of Oregon Eugene, OR Current Activities -Member of Texas Border Volunteers. -Public Speaker on Middle East and Border Security Issues. Employment History (US Army, 1980-2010) -Civil Affairs Officer Planner, Special Operations Command, Central Command (SOCCENT) (2007-2010) -Office of Military Cooperation, US Embassy Cairo, Egypt (2004-2007) -Civil Affairs Planner at Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk (1996-97, 2000-2002) -Instructor, Middle East Studies at US Army Special Warfare Center and School Fort Bragg, NC (Drilling Reservist, 1993-1996) -Team Leader, 96th Civil Affairs Battalion Fort Bragg, NC (1989-1992) -Infantry Officer in 82nd Airborne Division Airborne and 7th Infantry Division (Light) (1981-1988) Overseas Deployments: MFO, Sinai, Egypt (1984), Just Cause, Panama (1989), Desert Shield/Storm Saudi Arabia/Kuwait (1990-91), Provide Comfort, Northern Iraq (1991), Joint Guard, Hungary/Croatia/Bosnia (1997-98), Iraqi Freedom, Kuwait/Iraq (2003), Enduring Freedom, Qatar (2007), Enduring Freedom, Pakistan (2008) Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan (2009) Training Deployments: Puerto Rico, Germany x 3, Canada, Honduras x 3, Jordan, Egypt, Israel, Kuwait, Bosnia, Kosovo Honors Decorations: Bronze Star; Defense Meritorious Service Medal; Meritorious Service Medal x4; Joint Service Commendation Medal; Army Commendation Medal x5; Joint Achievement Medal; Army Achievement Medal x3; Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; Humanitarian Service Medal; Joint Meritorious Unit Award x3; Meritorious Unit Commendation; Letter of Commendation from President Endara of Panama; Combat Infantryman’s Badge Achievements: Ranger Tab, Senior Parachute Wings, Jordanian Parachute Wings; Air Assault Badge  
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Jihad on our Southern Border PART TWO Please join Ruthie this Thursday October 23rd, 2014 from 8-10 pm CST with GUEST: DAVID H - David will join the program at 9 pm CST David - an expert on this subject has much more to share with us Due to a small g Read more ... litch last week (has been resolved) and due to the…
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Tammy Forbes
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A lot of you have come up with some pretty sweet, wonderful and witty ways of saying you either cried your eyes out with me last week or at least appreciated my performance. And to all of you who extended yourselves, please please know – I am so to Read more ... uched by all your praise and kind words. It was by far the most difficult series of episodes I’ve had to be a part of – in large part because I knew my ‘days’ were numbered in Salem myself. So a lot of my own emotions were just brimming underneath the surface. Anyway, I thought we could all use a break with kind of a more alternative list. This week I'm sharing random things... 5. I love that a fan once sent me a letter (back when people sent letters by post office. Lol) reminding me that Sami doesn’t like egg nog. It was in the dialogue between Sami & Lucas probably my first Christmas on the show. And as, I was a personal fan of the stuff – before I learned my #BiggestLoser lifestyle – a few years later, I was caught red-handed by this fan, calling me out for not sticking to the details. I literally have NEVER forgotten that moment. I wish I could that the conscientious fan by name, because whoever you are, you taught me one of the most valuable lessons in soaps. The fans catch EVERYTHING. And I knew in that moment, if I was going to be good at my job, I’d better stay on top of those little details. I like to think I succeeded for the most part. There have been slip ups since then, I’m sure, but for the most part, I’ve noticed thanks to social media, that almost all the little details that I’ve tried to keep track of were ones that the fans called out and noticed too. So, thank you fans, you made me always want to try harder. (Below, a pic of Ben and I planting a tree – growing strong still! - sent to us from Forbidden Love fans.)
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