Friday, March 25, 2011

Cut it all, we want it for free

Republicans want to keep cutting the budget and don’t care if the state works because they get paid no matter what. Talk about a group that needs to be furloughed, it’s our state republicans since they aren’t doing anything but costing money and taking up space. Let them all go Jerry, they don’t matter. They are shells of humans that say no. Do you like this? No! What about this? No! Can you work with others? No! They are worthless. They are getting paid to solve problems but instead they cause more problems. Maybe the cuts should all go to the republicans districts. Let them figure out how to fund their school without state money. See what the people in the district say when they don’t bring home the bacon but get what they said, “no.”  “No funds for you, back of the line!” You don’t want to solve problems and want to cut everything hindering the state? Great, the cuts start in your back yard. No funds to fix your roads. No more funds for anything since you don’t want anything. Why should tax payers put money into a republicans district that isn’t going to help the state. You don’t want to pay for things then you get nothing. You get what you pay for, nothing. You want to sit in office getting paid for doing nothing that needs to change and start punching a clock like the majority of the state. You don’t want to work with others then you get a time out and have to stand in the corner. This none logical idealism has to stop. It’s too bad that the republican believe in myths and not facts. They don’t believe in science but will go to the hospital when they are ill. That’s not logical. No more getting others to pay your way if you don’t want to take part. No votes, no money.

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Friday, March 18, 2011

My Deer Friends

Started snowing around 3 PM today. After an hour I started to get worried because the ground was covered and it hadn’t let up. That’s when I saw a couple deer friends up the hill getting out of the snow and under the pine trees. I was taking pictures of the snow and two deer when I looked over and there was the rest of the herd. My oldest momma deer and her baby and all the rest of the herd along with Mister Stump my semi-blind deer that needs to travel with others to help him along. He’s one of my oldest male deer. He was full grown when I moved in ten years ago. The deer came over to eat on the bushes but were covered with snow. There were some grass patches that they found. I had put out a couple cups of rice for my friend Stumpy. He of course came over and ate it all up and with a big smile too.

It was nice seeing my deer friends today. Momma deer is still in charge of the herd. She’s been a good leader. Wish Buddy was around he would be proud of her. Deer need to grow up together and socialize to learn. They learn what to eat at different times a year. Where to get water. Where to get all their needs. They all live with in two miles of where they were born. I’m very happy being a part of their lives. I’ve learned a lot from my deer friends. Seeing them smile is the biggest treat. It doesn’t take much to make them smile because they are so full of life. Seeing babies playing and looking for their play friends and being unhappy when they don’t find their friends. They call out, “where are you play friend.” They will run and look for their friends crying out the whole way. Seeing the bond they develop is amazing. One mother was keeping her two boys up the hill with her when baby girl came up. Baby girl was jumping and bucking to get the boys to play chase with her. She would take off at a full run circle around and come back but mom didn’t want the kids playing that day. The baby girl was so disappointed you could see it in her face. Still she was happy seeing her playmates even if they couldn’t come out and play.
Snows dropping from the trees with a big thud. Stopped snowing a few hours ago. There was a large car pile up on Interstate 80 today in the snow. I think they said it was 40 cars.
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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Really screwed together.


First x-ray after surgery. This doesn’t look normal by any means but then it isn’t. They lined up everything as best as possible. I’m hoping those pellets work like they are suppose to and things grow in the spaces.

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8.9 mag quake hits Japan

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I’ve been watching the live video since the quake happened and watch the tsunami hit the land. It something I’ll never forget. Houses on fire being carried off by the water. Seeing an airport covered over by water. You couldn’t see any planes. There was train tracks going off from one part going into the water. Hearing the reports is so hard to hear because you know that a lot of people have died. I watch TV late into the night switching channels to see if there was more to see. Getting on the USGS site I could see that it was in the same area I have been looking at that had several quakes before this large event.

Here’s a list of all the quakes in that area.

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