It’s that simple, really. The same also applies if you’ve already left it. If you left it because you hated it here, stop keeping up with anything that happens here. Stop constantly insulting everyone that chose to live here. Stop insulting the education and intelligence of those that are here basing it off of a ridiculous news article in the past.
All of the race baiting that’s occurred over the past week or so over a flag is doing nothing but dividing people and distracting from the real issues.
To the guy that filmed the now viral video of the rear-ending during the flag parade, you are as bad as those you say you disagree with. You pretend to love this country, yet you condemn those that exercise their rights. Judging someone before you even know them is wrong, and you did just that. You’re as bad as the racists that you say you hate, because you are one yourself. And that is proven by your language, attitude and demeanor while filming. Judging a book by it’s cover is what you are guilty of yourself and that puts you in the same camp as those you hate. You said “God don’t like ugly,” but have you listened to yourself in your little video?
I know I’ll need this again in the future.
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Replace 192.168.0 with network address.
Today was our annual Father’s Day ride. We got started a little bit later than we had first planned, but that didn’t change the amount of fun that it was. We rode up through Tennessee after grabbing some lunch at Sticky Fingers. We were kind of just planning the route as we went so we ended up going up to the little town of Sparta before heading back home. We stopped a time or two and filled up on Icees and coke. After leaving Sparta, we came down on 56 which ended up being the most enjoyable part of the trip. It had a good number of curves and was a cool shaded 2 lane throughout a very rural part of Tennessee. Another great Father’s Day ride that consisted of about 270 miles!
We’ve been letting the hives do their thing for the past few weeks without disturbing them, and planned on checking them this weekend. But since it was rainy and somewhat gloomy out, we thought we might wait until next week. But as the skies cleared and the sun came out, we decided to go ahead and pop the lids off and see how they were doing. Good thing we did! Five of the seven were in need of having supers added. The first one was the best surprise, because they had started building up into small opening on the inner cover. When we removed the inner cover, there was honey exposed from taking the inner cover off, and the bees quickly began taking advantage of the exposed honey. Now that we have brand new supers on, we should be good for several weeks, with an occasional check under the lids for ants and any other pests. If the past few weeks is any indicator, we may have a ton of honey this time!
Not having a migraine for as long as I have recently was fun while it lasted. One took me out last night and I’m still feeling the effects of it right now, 16 hours later. Ugh!
Yesterday evening we were going down to Billy’s to either put a new super on his hive or swap it with the one that’s made it through the winter. Minutes upon arriving he called and said that there was, not 1 but 2 swarms in a cedar tree. Holy cow! None of us had ever seen a swarm out and in a tree before, so we knew our mission, capture them and get a couple of more hives started!
I must say, to see a swarm in a tree, is just an amazing experience to be able to have.
We are in the process right now of installing 5 new hives to replace the ones that didn’t survive winter.
If I’ve received one call in the last couple of weeks about a personal loan, I’ve received a dozen. It’s always the same 702 area code. I’ve tried wasting their time by asking for a ridiculously un-doable loan, but these guys must be on a commission type salary because they don’t understand that I’m only wasting their time for wasting mine.
How hard is it to understand that if I don’t call you for a loan, then I don’t need or want one. The sad part is how many people they hook by doing these cold calls…
We thought we’d take advantage of the beautiful spring weather today and eat lunch in the park. Little did we know that upon pulling into the park, the car was completely out of gas. The gas problem that we’ve been having with the fuel hand and the Corvette’s two gas tanks seems to have gotten better over recent months with fuel treatment and us trying to get better gas, but it caught up to us this time. So we thought we’d walk back to work and get a lift to get a gas can and some gas. On the way, we ended up running into Dad in his dump truck, which was a huge time saver. He was on his way to get some mulch for the house, and our timings just happen to line up perfectly. Chase said “too bad that’s not Dad coming.” Dad was thinking, “that looks like the twins.” Haha! Perfect timing.
While heading back from doing some windshield work today, the work car’s fuel pump decided that it had gone as far as it could without needing replacement. Of course we checked everything imaginable before deciding that we’d better get some help getting back in. Dad didn’t mind at all to pick us up and trailer the car back in. He’s always over there anyways and it let us hang out for a little while, not to mention saving work some money on a tow bill. It couldn’t have decided to quit on us in a better location—open parking lot with us being in the way of nobody.
When you get into a tight place and everything goes against you, till it seems as though you could not hold on a minute longer, never give up then, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn.