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Old 05-21-2009, 01:41 PM
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Terrible month. Terrible.

Hey guys.

Want to be depressed? Just listen to my last few weeks...

Three weeks ago, I was laid off from work.

The wreck that Alice is speaking about was Kara's 44 year old aunt and 15 year old cousin. They both died, Tara, the 11 year old girl who was in the back seat survived and is doing pretty well.

Yesterday, Kara wrecked her truck... the nice one. She's okay, wish I could say the same for the truck. Need a front right fender (inner fender too I think), grill, bumper, blinker assembly, and several front suspension parts. I'm trying to upload pictures, but this stupid thing isn't coorporating.

Atleast since I currently do not have a job I have something to do.

Update: As I was typing this out and about to click "submit", Kara called me and told me that her sister just miscarried her first child.

Lord, will it ever end?
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Now, that is some bad luck, hope it gets better soon. I never heard on the news that BA was cutting back on the police force.
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Check the frame rails closely

I have a project truck donor frame with a lot of damage ahead of the important parts.

COPS...

Not understood.
Living a life to try to help everyone else.
Saving people at risk of their OWN lives.
Unappreciated, and seldom thought of.
Usually highly underpaid and undertrained.
Unless they spend their own money they don't advance...
Highly educated in many cases...
They have to know the law better than anyone else!
Even when the law doesn't make much sence.
They know the law allows perpetrators to go free
Unless they can connect the dots exactly...
They are men and women who persue justice as a career,
So that right can be sorted out from wrong
So that people will not be harmed
Or if they are harmed no more will be...

THEY ARE THE PRIMARY MEANS OF ESTABLISHING A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD IN OUR SOCIETY
OR ANY OTHER....

So that we can live our lives without FEAR!

On an average day in any city, the POLICE take fire in hostile zones more often than men and women deployed in the military over seas...

Think about that. It's the truth....

The only people who don't appreciate the POLICE are those who have not thought about it truly, or those who break the law.....

By definition they support and defend the Constitution of these United States, and the Bill of Rights, so that we are all safe from harm.

The difference between the COPS and the MILITARY is that military forces cannot act in the United States against citizens.

It is far more dangerous to be a policeman than it is to be in the ARMY, AIR FORCE, MARINES, or NAVY.
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Stan, uncle sam is sending money to the states for law enforcement jobs. I sure hope this helps you out. I just read about it here:

http://www.kjrh.com/news/local/story...n9oPdR56g.cspx
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I hope you have the option to do what I'm doing, the vegetable department of my local grocery store is right outside on three sides of my house.

It sure cuts down the food bill when you don't have to pay for produce. It's also nice not to have to refrigerate anything - just pick what is needed fresh. before long I'm going to have to (HAVE TO) start selling bunches of it off somewhere...

Project Victory Garden is going to put food on my table all the way out to december knowing the weather around where I'm at.
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