Tagged: 4th of July

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wtf: “Open Carry” service for gun owners

So many things are going through my head after hearing this, but I will simply present it without comment. WLKY: Pastor Asks Congregation To Bring Guns To Church A pastor in Louisville wants his congregation and anyone else in the...

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to relieve stress or renew vitality…

The latest edition of Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary now includes mental health day. Maybe I should take the hint. Not that the weekend wasn’t pretty relaxing, aside from Friday evening where the local fireworks were still going off until well past...

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Happy Will Smith movie weekend!

“Two Flags” by Thomas Hawk Happy 4th of July everyone! It’s been a good day, headed out to visit James in Clarendon to hit the IHOP as there wasn’t anything else happening today and I woke up with a craving...

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It could be worse…

It’s not going to be a fun week. We’re short staffed due to people taking well-earned vacations, unfortunately one of those is the team lead, which leaves me in charge this week. As mentioned before, I don’t really care for...

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A Nautical Fourth

I am keeping up with the “do something different” for the 4th of July. This year I went with Justin and his friend Tracey to visit his parents at Solomons Island and spend the day on their yacht. I haven’t...

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I would totally stand in line for that

Happy 4th of July everyone! I hope everyone’s got some fun plans in store today. I’ll be heading to Solomons Island to spend the day on Justin’s parents’ yacht — I just love saying that, yacht, yacht, yacht! — but...

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Who’s that fat guy to the right of him?

Turns out the “fat guy” we were looking at was Karl Rove. Jeezy Creezy, what a day. After the shopping/tourist/t-shirt early afternoon, I came home drenched in my own juices and sat around 1/2 naked just to dry out. All...

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Politics aside, this was pretty freakin’ cool!

Yeah, I was THAT close. A really fun night out with some new friends and a great experience that I might never get a chance to have again anytime soon. Getting home was another story entirely, but lets not reflect...