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Rambo Granny-Just Reward !!

In Uncategorized on March 18, 2011 at 12:12 pm

Rambo Granny !!!

DEPORT HER TO AMERICA ! Please !!

The Rambo Granny of Melbourne , Australia

Gun-toting granny Ava Estelle, 81, was so ticked-off when

two thugs raped her 18-year-old granddaughter that she tracked the

unsuspecting ex-cons down… And shot off  their testicles.

“The old lady spent a week hunting those men down and,

when she found them, she took revenge on them in her own special

way,”   said Melbourne police investigator Evan Delp.

Then she took a taxi to the nearest police station,   laid the

gun on the sergeant’s desk and told him as calm as could be:

“Those bastards will never rape anybody again, by God.”

Cops say convicted rapist and robber Davis Furth, 33, lost

both his penis and his testicles   when outraged Ava

opened fire with a 9-mm pistol in the hotel room where he and former

prison cell mate Stanley Thomas, 29, were holed up.

The wrinkled avenger also blew Thomas’ testicles to kingdom

come,   but doctors managed to save his

mangled penis, police said.  ” The one

guy, Thomas, didn’t lose his manhood, but the doctor I talked to said

he won’t be using it the way he used to,” Detective Delp told

reporters. “Both men are still in pretty bad shape, but I think

they’re just happy to be alive after what they’ve been through.”

The Rambo Granny swung into action August 21 after her

granddaughter Debbie was carjacked and raped in broad daylight by two

knife-wielding creeps in a section of town bordering on skid row.

“When I saw the look on my Debbie’s face that night in

the hospital,   I decided I was

going to go out and get those bastards myself ’cause I figured the Law

would go easy on them,”‘ recalled the retired library worker.

”  And I wasn’t scared of them, either – because I’ve got

me a gun and I’ve been shootin’ all my life.       And I

wasn’t dumb enough to turn it in when the law changed about owning one.”

So, using a police artist’s sketch of the suspects and

Debbie’s description of the sicko’s, tough-as-nails Ava spent seven days

prowling the wino-infested neighborhood where the crime took place   till she

spotted the ill-fated rapists entering their flophouse hotel.

“I knew it was them the minute I saw ’em, but I shot a

picture of ’em anyway and took it back to Debbie and she said sure as

hell, it was them,” the oldster recalled…

“So I went back to that hotel and found their room and

knocked on the door,   and the minute the

big one opened the door, I shot ’em right square between the legs,

right where it would really hurt ’em most, you know. Then I went in and

shot the other one as he backed up pleading to me to spare him.

Then I went down to the police station and turned myself in.”

Now, baffled lawmen are trying to figure out exactly how to

deal with the vigilante granny. “What she did was wrong, and she

broke the law, but it is difficult to throw an 81-year-old woman in

prison,” Det. Delp said, “especially when 3 million people in

the city want to nominate her for Mayor.”

(DEPORT HER TO AMERICA – WE NEED HER !)

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Australian Gun Law Update !

Here’s a thought to warm some of your hearts….

From: Ed Chenel, A police officer in Australia.

Hi Yanks, I thought you all would like to see the real

figures from Down Under.

It has now been 12 months since gun owners in Australia were

forced by a new law to surrender 640,381 personal firearms to

be destroyed by   our own government, a program costing Australia

taxpayers more than $500 million dollars.

The first year results are now in:

Australia-wide, homicides are up 6.2 percent,

Australia-wide, assaults are up 9.6 percent;

Australia-wide, armed robberies are up 44 percent (yes, 44 percent)!

In the state of Victoria

alone, homicides with firearms are now up 300 percent.   (Note that

while the law-abiding citizens turned them in, the criminals did not

and criminals still possess their guns!)

While figures over the previous 25 years showed a steady

decrease in armed robbery with firearms, this has changed drastically

upward in the past 12 months, since the criminals now are guaranteed

that their prey is unarmed.

There has also been a dramatic increase in break-ins and

assaults of the elderly, while the resident is at home.

Australian politicians are at a loss to explain how public

safety has decreased, after such monumental effort and expense was

expended in ‘successfully ridding Australian society of guns….’ You

won’t see this on the American evening news or hear your governor or

members of the State Assembly disseminating this information.

The Australian experience speaks for itself. Guns in the

hands of honest citizens save lives and property and, yes, gun-control

laws affect only the law-abiding citizens.

Take note Americans, before it’s too late!

Will you be one of the “sheeple” to turn yours in?

WHY?….. You will need it !

I am proud of my Heritage

In Information-Usefull, postaweek2011, Uncategorized on March 14, 2011 at 1:21 pm

I recall in my youth, all the time that I spent as a Cub Scout, anxiously waiting until I was old enough to finally join the “big” guys in the Boy Scouts. I don’t remember the day that I finally got to join the Boy Scouts but I do know that my pesky kid brother had to wait another year while I proudly marched with my fellow Scouts in the 4th of July Parade down main street. I had on my Boy Scout shirt, hat & neckerchief, which was all that my family could afford, but that didn’t matter. At the end of the parade, we all got a free ice cream at the VFW building. Boy Scouts was a fun time.. We got to go to summer camp for a week each year, if we earned the $10.00 ourselves. One of the things that I learned to do was to join with another Scout and take a canoe out to deep (over our heads) water and swamp it. Then the fun started. We had to somehow splash  enough water out of the canoe so we could pull ourselves back into it, splash out some more water and paddle back to shore. Being a Boy Scout was a happy time in my life. We had a great Scout Master who kept us on the “Straight & Narrow”path. We put a lot of time on earning our merit badges.Those are what I consider the “Good Old Days”.

Does any one remember the Boy Scout Oath?

Following is the  Boy Scout Oath and The Meaning of the Boy Scout Oath.

Excerpted from page 45-46, Boy Scout Handbook, 11th ed,

(#33105), copyright 1998 by BSA, ISBN 0-8395-3105-2

and from page 420-421, Webelos Scout Book, 1998 edition,

(#33108), copyright 1998 by BSA, ISBN 0-8395-3108-7

Before you pledge yourself to any oath or promise, you must know what it means. The paragraphs that follow will help you understand the meaning of the Scout Oath.

On my honor . . .

By giving your word, you are promising to be guided by the ideals of the Scout Oath.

. . . I will do my best . . .

Try hard to live up to the points of the Scout Oath. Measure your achievements against your own high standards and don’t be influenced by peer pressure or what other people do.

. . . To do my duty to God . . .

Your family and religious leaders teach you about God and the ways you can serve. You do your duty to God by following the wisdom of those teachings every day and by respecting and defending the rights of others to practice their own beliefs.

. . . and my country . . .

Help keep the United States a strong and fair nation by learning about our system of government and your responsibilities as a citizen and future voter.

America is made up of countless families and communities. When you work to improve your community and your home, you are serving your country. Natural resources are another important part of America’s heritage worthy of your efforts to understand, protect, and use wisely. What you do can make a real difference.

. . . and to obey the Scout Law; . . .

The twelve points of the Scout Law are guidelines that can lead you toward wise choices. When you obey the Scout Law, other people will respect you for the way you live, and you will respect yourself.

. . . To help other people at all times; . . .

There are many people who need you. Your cheerful smile and helping hand will ease the burden of many who need assistance. By helping out whenever possible, you are doing your part to make this a better world.

. . . To keep myself physically strong, . . .

Take care of your body so that it will serve you well for an entire lifetime. That means eating nutritious foods, getting enough sleep, and exercising regularly to build strength and endurance. it also means avoiding harmful drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and anything else that can harm your health.

. . . mentally awake, . . .

Develop your mind both in the classroom and outside of school. Be curious about everything around you, and work hard to make the most of your abilities. With an inquiring attitude and the willingness to ask questions, you can learn much about the exciting world around you and your role in it.

. . . and morally straight.

To be a person of strong character, your relationships with others should be honest and open. You should respect and defend the rights of all people. Be clean in your speech and actions, and remain faithful in your religious beliefs. The values you practice as a Scout will help you shape a life of virtue and self-reliance.

Note that the Boy Scout Oath has traditionally been considered to have three promises.  Those three promises are delineated by the semicolons in the Oath, which divide it into three clauses.  The three promises of the Scout Oath are, therefore:

Duty to God and country,

Duty to other people, and

Duty to self

DUTY TO GOD AND COUNTRY: Your FAMILY and religious leaders teach you to know and serve God. By following these teachings, you do your duty to God.

Men and women of the past worked to make America great, and many gave their lives for their country. By being a good family member and a good citizen, by working for your country’s good and obeying its laws, you do your duty to your country. Obeying the Scout Law means living by its 12 points.

DUTY TO OTHER PEOPLE: Many people need help. A cheery smile and a helping hand make life easier for others. By doing a Good Turn daily and helping when you’re needed, you prove yourself a Scout and do your part to make this a better world.

DUTY TO SELF: Keeping yourself physically strong means taking care of your body. Eat the right foods and build your strength. Staying mentally awake means learn all you can, be curious, and ask questions. Being morally straight means to live your life with honesty, to be clean in your speech and actions, and to be a person of strong character.

I wonder if any of our congressmen were ever Boy Scouts.

If they ever were, it certainly is being covered up like a great big secret.

Thats too bad. We need some congressmen who were  good Scouts, to step out and lead us, while we still have a Country and Democracy to lead!

Nat’l Parks Passports–Best Bargain Going

In Information-Usefull, National Parks, postaweek2011, RVing on March 12, 2011 at 2:45 am

My friends, If you are reading this blog, there is a good chance that you are interested in some thing related to National Parks, Monuments or Campgrounds. That is great, you have come to the right place. There  are so many National Parks and Monuments located throughout these United States that it would be a shame to bring your children up without introducing them to the natural beauty that nature has put right here in our great nation. Get yourself motivated and plan to take your family to at least one National Park or Monument this year. Try it, you may like it. Go on the internet, if you possibly can  first, and look up the State that you wish to visit or to your own State and look up “National Park and Monuments”. Pick one that you would like to visit and look up the history of it so you will know what to look for when you get there.

Buy the “Golden Eagle” passport,  which is good for one year for $50.00.The pass includes every one in your vehicle or if in a group, you and your immediate family.

Great Smoky Mountains

If you are over 62 you can buy the “Golden Age Passport” good for life for $10.00.  Also, in addition to entrance to Parks and Monuments, You can get a 50% discount at the National Forest and the Army Corps of Engineering campgrounds. The Golden Access Passport is for any person who is blind or permanently disabled. It is free of charge and gives you the same benefits as the Golden Age pass.

Acadia-Maine

The government has established the Golden Eagle,GOLDEN AGE and GOLDEN ACCESS PASSPORT that when obtained allow the public to enter fee areas without additional charge. This is very convenient when traveling to several areas that charge an entrance fee…..Please note that the passports are non-transferable.They can not be loaned to someone else.The pass belongs to the person who signs it.

Zion

Golden Eagle Passport–This is an entrance pass to those national parks, monuments, historic sites, recreation areas and national wild life refuges that charge an entrance fee. The golden Eagle passport costs $50 and is valid for one year from date of purchase. You may purchase a Golden Eagle Passport at any NPS entrance fee area or by mail send a $50 check or money order (do not send cash) to: National Park Service 1100 Ohio Drive, SW Room 138 , Washington, DC 20242, Attention: Golden Eagle   Passport

Canyonland

The Golden Eagle Passport admits the passholder and any accompanying passengers in a private vehicle.Where entry is not by private vehicle,the passport admits the passholder, spouse, children, and parents.

The Golden Eagle Passport does not cover or reduce use fees, such as for swimming, camping parking,boat launching,or cave tours. It is valid for entrance fees only.

Mesa Verde

Golden Age Passport–This is a life time entrance pass for those 62 years or older. The Golden Age passport has a one time processing charge of $10.You must purchase a Golden Age Passport in person (it is not available by mail or telephone). This can be done,  at any NPS entrance fee area. At time of purchase you must show proof of age (be 62 years or older) and be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States.

The golden Age Passport admits the passholder and accompanying passengers in a private vehicle. Where entry is not in a private vehicle, the passport admits the passholder, spouse, children, and parents.

The Golden Age Passport also provides a 50% discount on federal use fees charged for facilities and services such as for camping, swimming, parking, boat launching, or cave tours. It does not cover or reduce special recreation permit fees or fees charged by concessioners.

Golden Access Passport–This is a free lifetime entrance pass for persons who are blind or permanently disabled. It is available to citizens or permanent residents of the United States, regardless of age, who have been blind or permanently disabled. You may obtain a Golden Access Passport at any entrance fee area by showing proof of medically determined disability and eligibility for reciving benefits under the federal law.

The Golden Access Passport admits the passholder and accompanying passengers in a private vehicle.Where entry is not in a private vehicle, the passport admits the passholder ,  spouse, children, and parents.

Carlsbad canyon-New Mexio

The Golden Access Passport also provides  a 50% discount for facilities and services such as for camping, swimming, parking, boat launching, or cave tours. It does not cover or reduce special recreation permit fees or fees charged.

There you are, my friends, an opportunity of a lifetime. A chance to visit our National Monuments and National Parks throughout this great country of ours, with a small  priced annual  pass-port. There are many National Parks and Army Corps of Engineers areas that have wonderful campgrounds available at a reasonable cost. (Citizens 62 years old and disabled persons get a 50% discount) The majority, if not all Nat’l Parks have a tenting  area. (Most of the A.C.E. campgrounds are on or close to lakes for boating etc).

You only have your children with you for such a short period of time in your lifetime. Don’t blow it. Get out and do things with them while you can. Take plenty of pictures to remind you of what they looked like and the fun you had, when you all get older. You will be glad that you did !

Happy Trails, My Friends, Happy Trails