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Author: velveeta jones    Date: 04/26/2015 13:10:25

Hey, you know that little guy in Louisiana who uses a toddler name for his nickname? He's againt discrimination unless it's againt gay people. That's so adorable.

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Author: TriSec    Date: 04/25/2015 12:44:49

Good Morning.

Last weekend we were away with ye olde Scout Troop at the fabulous Niagara falls. Unfortunately, that meant that two of our boys missed the road opener on the pitch...and the rest of the team got their butts kicked.

But we're back to full strength today for the home opener, so we'll see what is going on.
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Fluffy Friday
Author: wickedpam    Date: 04/24/2015 13:09:09

This week we lost a woman who became an iconic image for women through the ages.


Rosie the Riveter (aka Mary Doyle Keefe)
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Parting is hell, but life goes on, so sing well.
Author: Raine    Date: 04/23/2015 13:10:28

We'll be hitting the road in a few hours toNYS as this weekend is a memorial for Oma.

She was born June 27th, 1919.
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Stumbling Towards Idiocracy
Author: BobR    Date: 2015-04-22 10:21:20

As we stumble along well into the 21st century, the dreams of my youth - with flying cars, jet packs, and an enlightened society exploring the solar system - seem further than ever from reality. Every time I turn around (or - more accurately - refresh my browser), I see yet another story of mean stupid people doing mean stupid things. For example - the GOP congressman who threatened to "drop" a protester who touched him.

Increasingly, it seems like the movie "Idiocracy" was more prophecy than warning. FOX "News" thinks the solution for the problems in the Middle East is a more "manly" version of Christianity, not some pussy version...
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26 comments (Latest Comment: 04/22/2015 20:43:57 by Mondobubba)

Ask A Vet Stub:
Author: Raine    Date: 04/21/2015 13:04:16

I believe Vel had offered to write something for today, but until then here you go.
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He Had a Name.
Author: Raine    Date: 04/20/2015 13:19:38

Last week much of the country learned what a Gyrocoptor was. Don Hughes a USPS employee flew one over and through restricted airspace in Washington DC to deliver a message. Pretty much everyone around the country was talking about what he did, and how he managed to do it.
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Hillary Clinton: Hero or Cyborg?
Author: velveeta jones    Date: 2015-04-19 14:38:31

Hillary Clinton was born in Chicago Ill way before Barack Obama illegally held office as a Senator. The year was 1946 and Hillary was already a staunch democrat by the age of 6 months. Her stuffed animal, a donkey named Professor T. Equality was her only friend until age 4 as she had no siblings, except for two brothers who were disappointingly, males.
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A brief observation
Author: TriSec    Date: 04/18/2015 09:36:07

Good Morning.

Troop 248 is meeting up to head west to Niagara Falls in about an hour (6:30 am), so I'll make this quick. I've crossed the border multiple times as a Scout - mostly up in Calais, Maine on the way to Nova Scotia.
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Fluffy Friday
Author: wickedpam    Date: 04/17/2015 13:10:08

This week Tennessee tried to make the Holy Bible their official State book. The only issue they had getting it out of their state house – which version. Eventually they settled on the “Holy Bible”. The Governor, Bill Haslam, and state Attorney General, Herbert Slatery opposed the bill, with Slatery stating he believed it violated both the state and federal constitutions.

Thankfully, yesterday the Tennessee state senate killed it. It’s not because more level heads prevailed, it was because they felt it wasn’t the “…time or place now in the full Senate floor to delve into that. We really need to look into it in committee,” Really? You need a committee for that?

Senate kills bill to make Bible state book

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