Red Caboose Little Red Caboose--Henry's Train Movie
Parents defend right to keep guns in the home (KSAT)
Growing up in Louisiana and Texas in the home of a part-time deputy sheriff,
guns were a constant presence in Robin's childhood.
Her father's hunting rifles were not hidden in a safe but proudly displayed in
a cabinet, she said. When he wasn't wearing his pistol, it hung in his holster
from a rocking chair in the living room in case he needed it -- and a shotgun
sat atop the refrigerator for further defense.
Robin, who asked that her last name not be used to protect her family's
privacy, was 5 years old when she fired her first round from a real gun under
her father's instruction -- a .38 special bullet from a .357 Magnum. He had
seen her laughing while using her BB gun and didn't think she took guns
seriously. He brought a container of red Kool-Aid out to the yard as a target.
She missed, but remembers being "knocked on her caboose" by the force of the
shot. She also remembers watching the jug explode as her father hit the target
with a .410 shotgun.
"After that, guns were respected and not handled unless given permission and
with supervision," said ...
Honest Toddler Would Just Like To Remind Santa That There Are Two Sides To Every Story (Huffington post)
Honest Toddler does not mess around. The tech-savvy tot began sending messages
to Santa pretty early this year. Perhaps he wanted to get his requests in
before other boys and girls. Or maybe -- and we hate to even suggest this --
he was concerned that he might end up on the naughty list.
Either way, HT has been sharing pre-holiday tips regularly over the past month
or so. For example, he sincerely hopes that Santa remembers there are two
sides to every story. Also, he firmly believes that books are not presents.*
We suspect he'll have a few more notes before Christmas. (Yes, he's already
asked Santa about his favorite cookie.) In the meantime, flip through the
gallery below for more hilarious tweets from Honest Toddler.
Gold Metal Reverend Flatroc 15th Anniversary - Gold Metal Flake
Investors want sales tax exemption for gold, silver (cincinnati)
People who invest in gold and silver bullion and coins in Kentucky feel double
taxed and want the state to do something about it. State Sen. John Schickel,
R-Union, pre-filed a bill for the next session on to exempt precious metal
bullion or legal tender coins from the state’s 6 percent sales tax. People who
invest in gold, ...
Pine Trees Trevor Gordon Hall - Pine Trees and Power Lines - (Guitar + Kalimba)
Unique flavored syrup comes from state tree (Salt Lake Tribune)
#### Unique flavored syrup comes from state tree
The Salt Lake Tribune
##### Published Dec 5, 2012 11:48AM MDT
Vermont has maple syrup, Alaska has birch tree syrup and now Utah has its own
distinctive offering — pine syrup made from the sap of the Blue spruce, the
official state tree. The eco-friendly pine syrup is being produced by Edible
Wilds, a small company based in Eden. Owner Steve Golieb said to make the all-
natural syrup, the company collects just the bottom branches of blue spruce
trees and then boils the sap. The process leaves the tree intact, he said. “No
tapping or drilling holes into th...
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