Oct 17 - Ngurah said:
Your ability to ijcnet testicle shots into each holiday amazes me. This holiday needed no extra color like St. Paddy's day and Halloween needed.
Oct 17 - Ricki said:
oops posted my aolpogy in the wrong spot! Threw my back out and so the challenge post didn't get up until now. These cupcakes were great. So sorry for the delay. hope I can still play along!
Oct 17 - Jeremy said:
Hello tara-lynn! So happy to see you here :)Hey Jennie! Teer really is goguoers. And I know, I want her name. And last name too. This might sound funny, but I have been watching a lot of Dallas lately. And Teer's name would make the best name on that show. I mean that as a compliment. I love Dallas. I'm not even going to get into my very late discovery of Seinfeld and all the preppy hairstyles on the women in that show. Very off topic here. Anyway, I should have posted her photos sooner but I think they suit my new blog best. So glad they made you think again about the garters :) they suit her to a T I think. Sorry for my endless nerdisms.
Oct 17 - Sparsh said:
- Holy wow Eric, this shot is outside-the-box and chock full of awseome as far as family portraits go. REALLY digging it a lot. Hope the family scoops up a big print or canvas of this because it's a beautiful shot.December 6, 2010 8:56 pm
Oct 17 - Nelvi said:
Omega,I assure you the intaimofron I've given you on Obama is correct. There is a lot of misintaimofron out there that might lead one to believe that he supports the 2nd.For example-A group called the American Sportsmen and Hunters Association say Obama is for the 2nd. This group is a known front group associated with the Brady foundation. You've probably even heard their radio commercial.You should be very wary of anyone that proposes or supports any type of registration or licensing. It's a slippery slope and many many groups of people throughout history have learned that lesson the hard, tragic way. You as a history teacher know that well, many groups of people have suffered when the means to defend themselves was restricted or taken away. A prime example is the Jewish people living in Germany just prior to and during WWII.As to only police officers having guns that in itself would be incredibly dangerous. While there are many great cops in the world and I know a lot of them, there are also some very corrupt cops (a statement on human nature, not law enforcement). You don't have to travel to many third world countries to see good examples of state police terrorizing unarmed citizens. Even a total ban and confiscation of firearms world wide would only result in the following:The use of other weapons to defend life and property or in the criminal's case to commit crimes. I'm thinking here of weapons like knives, machetes, BOWS (such as the one you own Omega), spears, clubs, etc. etc.The eventual resurgence of firearms as people began to make them in efforts to hold superior firepower over weapons like bows, crossbows, etc.The fact of the matter is that when it all boils down and no matter how cliche it may sound, an armed society is a polite society.The way to keep stupid people from using guns to commit crime is to let them know that we've gotten smart and armed ourselves and are willing to defend ourselves, our wives and children, and our homes.One more thought-On the subject of children and firearms.True story, when I was about 7 one of my best buddies from Sunday School was killed by his older brother. It was an accident and I'll never forget the morning I found out about it. As a 7yr old that had already been taught to handle (only with dad around) and respect firearms, To this day I can not fathom that a father would not teach his children what I had been taught. I could tell you where every rifle, shotgun, and pistol was in our home but I wouldn't dare touch one of them because I knew the consequences. I carried that mindset everywhere I went. If I were at a friends and they wanted to show me their dad's gun I knew what the consequences could be. I'm not talking about the belt, even though I was scared of it. I was worried about another buddy, or me, dying.Many parents think that if they don't have guns in there home their child will be okay. Even if you don't want firearms in your home please take your child somewhere and let them learn safety practices and experience shooting a firearm- show them that guns are real and not the toys they see in cartoons and video games. If you prepare them they'll handle the situation well.
Oct 17 - Mandy said:
Oh, what a smile! So proud of himself Look, Mom! I got out ALLLL the Cheerios! All by mylsef! And they're right here with my toys, too!!! I'm having a GREAT day! Love this pic keep posting!
Oct 17 - Elsherbeeny said:
Bahut khubsurat prysaah hai, bahut achcha laga sabhi kaviyo evm Kaviyatriyo ko sunkar. Iss tarah ke sammelan aage bhi aayojit karte rahe, badhai.
Oct 17 - Ahmed said:
We don't have the elf (on the shelf) either. I've heard good thgins from people I trust, but I've also seen the elf used as a creepy, Big Brother type figure in one memorable instance. I don't want my kids to actually fear Santa, you know?Basically, I have no advice for you because I haven't even been using "Santa is watching." Not sure why. Instead, I've just been cleaning up messes non-stop during the day as new ones are being created.Then, I stay up until midnight trying to wrap gifts, plan menus, bake, and find some of that joy you mentioned. I would not say my plan is ideal.
Oct 17 - Wigdan said:
Wow, thanks for the set of link from my cmoment, this link (!) and for cmomenting at my site.I have read you for a few years and linked you on my Rockford Bloggers post as far back as 2005 (on my Lifetrek blog). I still post a list of about 20 Rockford Area blogs, let me know if you know of others. ()Question of the day -- Mr. Obama -- If you can reevaluate your 20 year membership at Trinity Church when the circumstances change, why can't you do the same thing with something as important as Iraq?DKK
Oct 17 - Andy said:
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