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Second Amendment: The difference between politicians and rulers.US Navy - US Army, RetiredNRA Benefactor Life Member
Good Samaritan are sometimes unaware samaritans. Good intentions are often lead to actions that have bad results. In this matter the samaritan had good fortune in that the ild animal he placed in his car did not attack him in a quest for freedom. No one got hurt. That is luck not from common sense.
Wife Texts Husband She Brought A Dog Home While The Pic Shows A Coyote, And He Seriously Freaks Out
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The Greatest Lesson I Have Learned in Life is that I still have a lot to Learn
When my wife was a deputy warden in California (before she was a biologist) she and the warden she worked with picked up a live raccoon that someone had trapped. They put it in a wooden crate in the trunk of the vehicle they were patrolling in and my wife could hear it tearing up the wood in the trunk. Realizing that it would make it's way through the crate, and probably the back seat of the car, she made the guy who was driving pull over so they could release the critter. Good thinking on her part.
"If you look like food, you will be eaten." Clint Smith, Thunder Ranch
Learning occurs only after repetitive, demoralizing failures.
"Who needs your truth if it stands in our way?"
General Alexei Yepishev, political commissar of the Soviet Armed Forces
Our next door neighbor when I was growing up occasionally would poach alligators to supplement his meager income. (This was back before there was a legal alligator season.) After shooting the approximate 5-6 ft reptile he hid it behind the seat of his F-100 pickup and brought it home to show to his wife and kids. As he opened the door of the truck and flipped the seat up the reptile came back to life and decided he did not want to stay in the pickup! It created quite a ruckus in our neighborhood and was subsequently dispatched by another neighbor with a 12 ga. Needless to say the few bucks he got for the poached gator did not cover the extensive damage to the interior of the truck (not to mention the foul smell)!
Retired Police Lieutenant, Former UH-1N Huey & MH-53 Pave Low Gunner, Retired USAF Reserve, Glock Armorer, AL Retired LEO CPP, NRA Certified Pistol Instructor, LEOSA Qualified, Active FOP Executive Board Member
"I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me" Phil 4:13