Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Power Over the People


Is this not the most pathetic country in the world? All the pretending and the extreme sadness behind it all. Cuba is like this to a lesser extant, China too. I remember USSR and what it was like for them, how some would risk their lives to escape, especially at the Berlin Wall. I remember reading those stories while it was still going on. They still risk their lives getting out of Cuba.

I really feel for the people living in North Korea now. I don't know but they seem as though they have accepted their fate. Perhaps it seems that way because there is so little chance of escape, or because the escape attempts are through China and they are never heard from again. Or perhaps because we just hear nothing at all from the real people in the real towns living real lives.

Even in the West our politicians put on the everything is under control mask while the country crumbles beneath. It's so sad that superficiality is the way of the world. There is no substance, a house of cards with no foundation. If we can just believe in nothing hard enough, just spend even more money we don't have, just fool the people a little longer, and whitewash everything in good intentions.

Maybe the people who do this don't intend it this way, they probably really want to better the lives of the people but they just don't know how. They learn all the theory in school, but when they get their turn at the wheel they can't do it. Everything they try makes it worse but they can't accept responsibility for it, they won't accept the blame, they can never admit that they don't know how so they have to keep faking it. They have to lie, they have to protect the lies, they have to shut up anyone who would dare call them out or question them. No one must know the depths of their inadequacy and they lash out with as much power as they have to protect that.

Sadly, it works the same way in religions. Just try to leave Islam, or even read a Jewish or Christian Bible if you are a Muslim. Bring a Bible into Saudi Arabia. The walls may not be physical but they are just as real. Some Jew and Christian synagogues and churches do the same, not as violently, but if you step out of their bounds of acceptable thinking - watch out - you will be ridiculed, black balled, cast out. Not quite in the same league as Islam but effective nonetheless.

The effect is to keep you from knowing the truth - that the leaders are wrong, that they don't really know what they are talking about. They only want you to believe what they tell you to believe because if you knew the truth you wouldn't listen to them anymore.

I don't no where I'm going with this and I'm out of time, this was totally on the fly. Be a spiritual free agent as we should all be free citizens. Seek God with all of your heart and all of your strength - earnestly - and you will find Him. He is not hiding, we are.

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Got Tagged



I don't know how long I've had this snake, probably 18 years now. Wow, I didn't realize it has been that long, yeah, I got her in the very early nineties. She bit me once before when she was very young, it was not a big deal. She's bigger now. And she can be a bit ornery at times. I know that and I usually take it into account. I had a rat thawing Friday and forgot about it.


I was off work that night so I had been out with James most of the day and around 5pm I couldn't stay awake another minute. I woke up 2 or 3am and remembered the rat, so I went to feed it to her. I had the cage light on but the room light off so it was dark except in the cage. She was laying in the corner not moving a muscle, seemingly asleep. I opened the door and put the rat on the ground in front of her nose. She didn't move.


I noticed she needed some water so I started refilling her bowl - I always wait until she's eating before messing around in her cage, but it's not usually 3 in the morning. Boom! I felt the prick of the teeth like needles, she let go as I instinctively pulled my hand out but not before her front half was out of the cage. She got her head around some wood I had stacked in the corner and I grabbed her rear half to keep her from getting away. She was having none of it. The wood was flying everywhere, blood gushing from my arm, the cage light went flying but luckily remained lit. I got her head out so she turned to bite me some more - I was having none of that. I couldn't find the snake hook, I couldn't see much of anything beyond the two of us. I see blood-stained wood strewn everywhere, blood coming from my arm like water and a big snake that looks like it wants to kill me. I started laughing at the ridiculousness of the situation but got it together, grabbed her behind the head, put her back in the cage and shut the door. We looked at each other through the glass - she hissing with mouth open wanting to go another round. No thanks. I left her to her rat.

I washed my arm and wrapped it with a towel to stop the bleeding. Irma came out to the kitchen to get a drink, saw the towel and asked what happened. "I got bit by a snake." She says, "Really, was it big?" "As big as Bleak", I answered. "Where was it?" she asks. "In the garage." Now I'm thinking this conversation is as bizarre as what just happened. She's not the least bit freaked out or surprised that I got bit by a large snake at 3 in the morning. "It was Bleak," I told her. "I went out to feed her."

By this time it had stopped bleeding, so I put some antibiotic ointment on it. It didn't look too bad, but was very swollen. I took the pictures Saturday night and they don't look bad, it actually looks worse in person. It's the bruise that doesn't really show in the picture. I've never been bruised by a snake bite, she really hit hard.

The moral of the story is don't let your guard down. Just because everything looks calm does not mean that all hell cannot break loose in a split second.

5/30: I should have said what kind of snake it is. It's a Red Tailed Boa, commonly known as a Boa Constrictor. I don't know how long she is, I'd guess about 8 feet but heavy bodied and muscular.

Friday, May 27, 2011

The Evil of Having Discriminated


Evan Sayet: How Modern Liberals Think



This is an excellent speech, and I think he's got liberals/progressives pegged.

I Stand With Israel




I Love Jews
The ideology that is against Israel is also against God, freedom, capitalism, logic, life and love. The sides are lined up: good vs. evil.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

POP-Corn!



That's awesome, how does that work?

I Think It's a Little Early to Start Imposing Roles On It, Don't You?




Parents keep child's gender secret
"In fact, in not telling the gender of my precious baby, I am saying to the world, ‘Please can you just let Storm discover for him/herself what s (he) wants to be?!."
Sigh.

Truism of the Day

Rapture or not, you can go at anytime without any notice. It happens to people every day.

--Frank J.

Maybe It's Me?



I guess it doesn't matter anymore where you stop if the police pull you over. I always thought you were supposed to pull over to the right shoulder of the road or into a parking lot. Since I've been in Florida and more so the past few years, I noticed people stopping in left hand turn lanes, on the median or even in the right lane of a three lane road - even when there is a safe place to pull over within feet of where they stopped. And the police don't seem to mind. This picture shows a car stopped in the right lane and directly in front of a cross street. There is an open parking lot just in front of the car. Heck, they could have just made a right on the cross street and pulled over. The police just took care of business and let it go. Is this standard operating procedure across the country now?

Monday, May 23, 2011

Quote of the Day

Capitalism is their enemy for it robs them of power. A peasant can climb social ranks and sit eye to eye with these tyrants. This is why they HATE capitalism...

--unknown

Sunday, May 22, 2011

A Nation Cut Short


I just listened to this 1993 sermon recently and it just seems to be the right time for this. I have great deal of respect for his teaching. This is the man who taught me what Nehemiah Gordan's teaching reinforced and backed up.

Download mp3: A Nation Cut Short
We as a people have to face the fact that there's a place out there where we as a nation will no longer be able to make the turn.

--Ronald L. Dart
And we have A Hard Road Ahead
...it is going to destroy this country.
Ronald L. Dart Sermon Archive

Mr. Dart has been out of commission for a little while now and I miss him. Not too many can bring sense to what we are going through like he can.

Friday, May 20, 2011

A Little Bible Study

This post is not for everyone but if it's for you, you will really appreciate it. Nehemia Gordon does not teach religion, he's not a preacher, he doesn't tell you what to believe. He just lays out what he's learned, and he knows a lot about the Bible and biblical history. You may want to start with his older presentation at the bottom of this post entitled The Hebrew Yeshua vs. the Greek Jesus.

May 16, 2011: Nehemia Gordon speaks at El Shaddai Ministries from El Shaddai Ministries on Vimeo.


A little about Nehemia:
Nehemia Gordon spoke with us about his new book about the Priestly Blessing of Numbers 6:23-27 and the topic of Mixed Seed in reference to the Jewish people mixing worship of God with false religions throughout history. Nehemia Gordon holds a Masters Degree in Biblical Studies and a Bachelors Degree in Archeology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Mr. Gordon has worked as a translator on the Dead Sea Scrolls and as a researcher deciphering ancient Hebrew manuscripts. He has been invited to speak in synagogues and churches around the world and has led groups of pilgrims and visitors on tours of biblical sites. Nehemia spoke at El Shaddai last year about his books The Hebrew Yeshua vs. the Greek Jesus and A Prayer to Our FATHER: Hebrew origins of the Lord's Prayer. A native of Chicago, Nehemia has made his home in Jerusalem, Israel for the last fifteen years.
I highly recommend his books:



This is the video of The Hebrew Yeshua vs. the Greek Jesus:

Thursday, May 19, 2011

There Are No Words


Someone stopped on a major interstate to save some ducks crossing the road. It caused a rollover crash of a vehicle behind, so the person just takes off, doesn't care at all what happened to the people. And the duck died in the crash anyway.

Must. Control. Everything.


Shut Out: White House Punishes Boston Herald for Paper’s Romney Coverage
The Boston Herald has just released e-mails between the outlet and White House spokesman Matt Lehrich, in which Lehrich explains why the administration has decided to deny full access to one of the Herald's reporters. Why? Lehrich questions if the Herald is "unbiased." Why exactly? Because he objected to an op-ed by Mitt Romney being placed on the paper's front page in March, and news of a presidential visit not getting the same treatment.

The White House wants to control the news. Didn't I just see that storyline in the Green Hornet?

Scanlon: You understand nothing, so I'm gonna explain it to you very simply... If you ever come across any article regarding a major crime, a man named Benjamin Chudnofsky or anything that makes this city think that I am not the fine line protecting the light from the darkness, you're gonna bring it to me. You're gonna bring it to me and I'm gonna tell you whether it's OK to print in your stupid, little newspaper. That's how I did it with your dad, that's how you and I are gonna do it.

Britt: Scanlon, you're saying you want me to let you write the news?

Scanlon: Finally! You understand.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

What Kind of Monster Would Do That to a Dog?

A dog had his chain reduced one link at a time, every few days, until his chain was so short he could barely move. He never resisted because he was conditioned to the loss of his freedom slowly, over time.

--unknown
Someone, somewhere will try that to see if it works.

Quote of the Day

"Why is there even a debt limit if it would be catastrophic if it were not raised whenever it suits Congress to raise it?"

--Rush Limbaugh

Fly Your Own Superhero




75" RcSuperhero kit: $295.00 or build your own from their plans.
Specifications: The full scale RcSuperhero is 75 inches tall, weighs approximately 3 pounds, and has an "arm span" or wingspan of 45 inches.

Flight characteristics: Great! This is due to the low weight to surface area and that it has a high wing like a Piper cub with a low center of gravity. In addition, he has plenty of vertical tail surfaces due to the double side bodies; which adds to the stability. Also, the RcSuperhero has oversized control surfaces and likes to fly upright. He takes off by being thrown or by standing upright in a stand and lands on his belly skids.

Thrust: The RcSuperhero has about 6 pounds of thrust; this allows for vertical take off.

RcSuperhero Package Includes: laser-cut foam, substructure materials, control horns, a plywood motor mount, 2 sizes of rubber bands, carbon fiber fabric strands, two 4mm square arm spars and other various carbon fiber sizes, a picassa photo build album with captions, materials list, and e-support materials (directions and tech. information).

Degree of Building Difficulty: Best if you have previous modeling experience.

Pilot's skill requirement: Although the RcSuperhero is not a trainer any average rc pilot can fly this. If you are inexperienced I recommend that you practice ahead of time on a simulator.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Corruptocrat


Nearly 20 percent of new Obamacare waivers are gourmet restaurants, nightclubs, fancy hotels in Nancy Pelosi's district
Of the 204 new Obamacare waivers President Barack Obama's administration approved in April, 38 are for fancy eateries, hip nightclubs and decadent hotels in House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's Northern California district.

That's in addition to the 27 new waivers for health care or drug companies and the 31 new union waivers Obama's Department of Health and Human Services approved.
Create oppressive laws, grant waivers to those who $upport you.

Newt Gingrich Will Never Be President




Newt had his chance with the 1994 Contract with America, he resigned. Now he's trying to play the center - Mr. Reasonable. He just attacked Paul Ryan's plan as "right-wing social engineering." He's DONE. The guy in the video below has it right.


Monday, May 16, 2011

Twisted Quote of the Day

There's clearly a message here that women are dispensable. I'm sick and tired of being treated like a second-class citizen.

--Annie Kuether,
Kansas Congresswoman, after state legislators approved a ban on insurance companies' offering abortion coverage unless a woman's life is at risk;
What about the baby? What about your total and complete disregard for the life of that 'dispensable' baby? You compare that to not being able to have insurance cover your abortion of convenience? You are a very sick, selfish woman Annie Kuether.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Constitution?


Indiana don't need no stinkin' constitution!
Overturning a common law dating back to the English Magna Carta of 1215, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Hoosiers have no right to resist unlawful police entry into their homes.

In a 3-2 decision, Justice Steven David writing for the court said if a police officer wants to enter a home for any reason or no reason at all, a homeowner cannot do anything to block the officer's entry.
Me thinks the police should christen the new decision at the homes of the 3 judges who ruled in favor of overturning the 4th Amendment. Or are they immune from the decision?

Improved Clinch has a good post on this.

A Rollercoaster to Die For?


Euthanasia Coaster
"Euthanasia Coaster" is a hypothetic euthanasia machine in the form of a roller coaster, engineered to humanely – with elegance and euphoria – take the life of a human being.

Thanks to the marriage of the advanced cross-disciplinary research in space medicine, mechanical engineering, material technologies and, of course, gravity, the fatal journey is made pleasing, elegant and meaningful.
Reminds me of the 'Bonestripper' in the movie 'Nothing But Trouble.' Thanks, I'll pass.



Saturday, May 14, 2011

Banana Republic


Who will restore reality to politics?
Unless things change, the man (or woman) elected in 2012 will be the last American president to preside over the world's leading economy. If things get really bad, he will find himself presiding over the early stages of American collapse. Not "decline" but "collapse." "Decline" is what happens when you're Britain in the 1940s, and you cede global dominance to a major ally that shares your language, legal system, cultural inheritance and broad geopolitical objectives. That deal isn't on offer this time round.

Nor was the United Kingdom circa 1948 in thrall to anything like the same levels of spendaholic insanity. The current debate on the "debt ceiling" testifies to how thoroughly public discourse has flown the coop of reality. Sure, Congress can vote to raise the debt ceiling – just as you and your spouse can reach a bipartisan agreement on raising your own debt ceiling. Go on, try it: Hold a vote in your rec room, come up with a number, and then let MasterCard know what you've decided on.

In the real world, debt ceilings are determined by the lenders, not the borrowers. In March, Pimco (which manages the world's largest mutual fund) calculated that 70 percent of U.S. Treasury debt is being bought by the Federal Reserve.

So under the 2011 budget, every hour of every day, the United States government spends $188 million it doesn't have, $130 million of which is "borrowed" from itself. There's nobody else out there.

Banana Republic:
" . . . a money class fleeces the banking system, while the very trunk of the national tree is permitted to rot and crash. . . ."

—Christopher Hitchens

Friday, May 13, 2011

Herman Cain for President


Robert Costa wrote a piece for the National Review: Introducing Herman Cain.

And Neal Boortz did another interview of Herman Cain here. I like the Neal Boortz interviews because they are friends and things are said you wouldn't ordinarily hear. Good stuff.

Quote of the Day


You don't talk about prosperity when liberals are running the show; that's not how they advance their game. Shared misery is what they want."

--Rush Limbaugh

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Never Again a Sheep. Never.


On Sheep, Wolves and Sheepdogs by By LTC (RET) Dave Grossman
But the sheepdog quietly asks himself, "Do you have any idea how hard it would be to live with yourself if your loved ones were attacked and killed, and you had to stand there helplessly because you were unprepared for that day?"

It is denial that turns people into sheep. Sheep are psychologically destroyed by combat because their only defense is denial, which is counterproductive and destructive, resulting in fear, helplessness and horror when the wolf shows up.

Denial kills you twice. It kills you once, at your moment of truth when you are not physically prepared: you didn't bring your gun, you didn't train. Your only defense was wishful thinking. Hope is not a strategy. Denial kills you a second time because even if you do physically survive, you are psychologically shattered by your fear, helplessness and horror at your moment of truth.
I've been the sheep most of my life but I've looked the wolf in the eyes enough times. And that changes a person.

Here's another on the same theme by Paul Markel: A "Warrior" is not a thug

Both the warrior and pacifist desire peace. The warrior desires peace and stability so that his family may grow and prosper and his community may thrive. The warrior realizes that peace is not simply the absence of conflict but the presence of victory over those who would harm his family and destroy his community. He understands that his strength and arms are gifts from God and with these gifts come a solemn responsibility. The warrior does not take this responsibility lightly.

The pacifist sees peace as a lack of conflict or war, but life is conflict and denying this truth does not make it so. When conflict arrives at the pacifist’s door he has no recourse for he is unprepared and weak in his mind and soul. Only after the wolf is eating his young the pacifist cries out for the warrior to come and save him. A warrior understands that only the strong can give mercy. The weak are helpless and in no position to be merciful.

A warrior prepares his mind and body for conflict and arms himself in a vain hope that he will not need those arms. A warrior fiercely protects his own life, for if his life is lost, who will protect his family? The warrior values his family, his community, and his nation. He swears a daily allegiance to their protection and preservation. He is a protector of life, not a death worshipper.
Thanks to Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler and The Truth About Guns for posting these essays.

There is one more that I want to link to that I really like. Fragility and Strength Combined- Why I Carry by Brigid
I'm out for an very early morning walk with a woman friend. She does not shoot, though she is starting to show interest. We're walking down a long trail in a small city park, a large sprawling area with miles of trails, a lot of trees and a small river. A jogger passes us every 10 minutes or so, Barkley's intent on sniffing out a cheeseburger someone just had to have left behind on the trail. She's quiet and then the question comes out.

She looked at me and said "you're carrying, aren't you?".

I looked down at a light rain jacket over a T shirt, and couldn't see the form of a holster or anything so I asked, "how can you tell".

She said, "you carry yourself differently, there's a different look in your eyes. I've seen that look when you work but not when you socialize". She chuckled . . . "It's a little scary".

I grinned and said, "yes I am".

She thought about and replied. "It's daylight, we're in a park with other people, why?" It wasn't spoken with incrimination, simply curiosity.

So, I told her.
I found Brigid through another site but I can't for the life of me remember which.

The Deluth Ball Slasher


Strikes again. Well, he tried.
The Duluth man known for having a sexual fetish of slashing exercise balls with a knife allegedly attempted to strike again on Sunday.

Inflatable exercise balls were in the room but none were damaged
That is all.

Shut Up and Talk


Some good points made in this about politically correct speech.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Frostbite on the Brain


The Criminalization of the Link
If you wanted to confirm the notion that elections are a waste of time, you could hardly do it more swiftly than the new Canadian Conservative majority government is with its omnibus crime bill. Clause Five criminalizes the "hyperlink" - that's to say, if you include a link to a site "where hate material is posted", you could go to jail for two years.
And people still live in Canada because...?

I'd venture to say that most people with a blog have linked to a site "where hate material is posted." It just depends on whose definition of hate you use. Canadians better go back through their years of links and clean them up. To be safe don't link to anyone, you could be one election away from a jail time.

Not that we in the United States are completely safe from this insanity. It's just a matter of time.

Monday, May 09, 2011

Obama's Favorite Union


SEIU drops mask, goes full commie
A May Day rally in Los Angeles, co-sponsored by the SEIU and various communist groups, as well as other unions, reflected yet another step in the normalization of self-identified communist and socialist ideologies in the Obama era. Not only did the SEIU help to organize the rally in conjunction with communists, they marched side-by-side with communists, while union members carried communist flags, communists carried union signs, and altogether there was no real way to tell the two apart.
Pictures at the link. This is Obama's favorite union - Service Employees International Union.

I can't believe people actually buy that communist bunk. Communism is death.

Sunday, May 08, 2011

Infanticide: We Have It Down to a Science!


Infanticide Common in Roman Empire
Before the invention of modern contraception, family planning took the form of a chilling practice.
Before? What's our excuse now? We have modern contraception now and we're still killing millions of babies. What has changed? We do it in a sterile environment? We do it with the modern convenience of not having to see the baby first. Out of sight, out of mind.

Friday, May 06, 2011

The Anti-Truth President

"Now, follow me on this. Obama ordered an assassination, but he can't say it. He put us on a path to socialized medicine, but he can't say it. Bill Ayers was his good friend, but can't say it. Obama has to hide who he is and what he's doing, and he is the most transparent president ever."

--Rush Limbaugh
Not to mention Rev Wright. Obama sat in his church for 20 years but he didn't know what he was preaching.

Thursday, May 05, 2011

May 5, National Day of Prayer

A day America has rarely needed more. Do your part today.

Everyday should be a day of prayer and of thanksgiving. Forgetting God has been one of the greatest reasons for the decline of America. Make the decision to remember our Creator instead of waiting for circumstances to leave you no choice.

And the ship's captain came to him and said to him, What are you doing sleeping? Up! say a prayer to your God, if by chance God will give a thought to us, so that we may not come to destruction.

--Jonah 1:6

What You Can't See Can Hurt You


Ted, White and Blue


Great video interview with Ted Nugent at the NRA Convention. Alas, PJTV does not allow embedding.

All the Wrong Moves


Next time, Use Fedex
Thanks to our feckless president, most of the Middle East is rapidly degenerating into a terrorist fever-swamp.

The Muslim Brotherhood is emerging as a power broker in Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen and Libya. Meanwhile, the "democracy" movement in Syria seems likely to end with President Bashar al-Assad gaining a tighter grip on power, after he's killed enough of his own people to remind them why he's their president.

All of these countries are becoming worse than they were before. (On the plus side, Obama is set to announce the SEALs have just found Joe Biden.)

But George Bush's legacy -- Iraq – will be standing there, all on its own, the one point of light in a sea of Islamic darkness. And the media will coo about how reassuring it is that we now have a "thoughtful" president in the White House, instead of a cowboy.

Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Business As Usual


Obama says he won't be releasing the Osama bin Laden death photos so for all intents and purposes we are back to May 1st as far as our knowledge of bin Laden's death - he's either dead or he's alive and it doesn't effect our lives one bit either way. I won't be playing the Obama string everyone around game - I don't care. The Obama administration is destroying the United States of America and that's what we should be worried about.

Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Hell on Earth?

You are NOT allowed to commit suicide: Workers in Chinese iPad factories forced to sign pledges
Factories making sought-after Apple iPads and iPhones in China are forcing staff to sign pledges not to commit suicide, an investigation has revealed.

At least 14 workers at Foxconn factories in China have killed themselves in the last 16 months as a result of horrendous working conditions.

Many more are believed to have either survived attempts or been stopped before trying at the Apple supplier's plants in Chengdu or Shenzen.
They had to put netting outside the worker dormitories to prevent jumping. How sad. Go Apple!

Credit Taken

I would like to offer thanks to all those with boots on the ground and to all of our military and intelligence personnel who put a lot of time and effort into finding Bin Laden.

I'd give Obama credit for the killing of Osama Bin Laden but he already took it.

The Art of Lying

The Obama administration has raised the art of lying to a whole new level such that it is impossible to know for sure whether something they say is true or not without independent verification. And they seem to enjoy seeing the reaction of those trying to figure out what the truth is. It's their game.

Monday, May 02, 2011

A Just Ending

But I'm uncomfortable with crowds gathering at the White House to cheer.

This is much closer to what I am feeling:
"I feel strangely low key about the news, to my surprise; since it broke a few hours ago, I've been thinking of the sound the second plane made when it hit the second tower. Nothing will undo it, not even this. But it's rewarding to know that Bin Laden spent 10 long years hiding his face from the world and that, when the moment of truth came, he had to look Americans in the eye. It's better than a happy ending. It's a just one."

--Patrick Ishmael for Hot Air

What's With the FDA and Milk?


Feds sting Amish farmer selling raw milk locally
A yearlong sting operation, including aliases, a 5 a.m. surprise inspection and surreptitious purchases from an Amish farm in Pennsylvania, culminated in the federal government announcing this week that it has gone to court to stop Rainbow Acres Farm from selling its contraband to willing customers in the Washington area.

The product in question: unpasteurized milk
The only way I have a problem with the selling of unpasteurized milk is if it is without the knowledge of the customer. If someone wants to drink unpasteurized milk more power to them. It's not meth, it's milk.

How about some enforcement like this on the southern border?

Wayne LaPierre Speaks at NRA Convention


Great speech, well worth listening to.



"Our government has been willing to let people die to advance their assault on the 2nd amendment."

"When does it stop being law enforcement and start being a criminal enterprise?"

"When the media ignores the story it doesn't just prove their bias, it proves they're cowards."


--Wayne LaPierre
Join the NRA.

Sunday, May 01, 2011

Good Dog


Dog Submerges Herself In Bathtub To Survive Fire
He said Mia was able to get to a bathtub on the lowest level of the house, where she waited as firefighters doused the home with water. As the water ran down into the basement, it filled the bathtub and soaked Mia, keeping her safe from flames, Brock said.

Brumby said the dog has learned how to open doors throughout the house, and that she had to open four doors to get to the bathtub where she was found.
There's nothing like a heartwarming dog story with a happy ending.