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18 Feb 19
Hyper brain, Busy body!

Full-grown, fast car No make up, no bra Sports direct longs dale trainers Combats and red bandana Loud music, no phone Full grown, out all night The children’s home hardly respite No one cared no one fretted Scared and alone Wanting a home Told your beautiful, grown up and funny Accepted…. Driven around for hours, […]

18 Feb 19
Familia Kiki

One of our favorite memories from 2018 was our trip to Tokyo, Japan. In 2017, we saw temples, shrines, geishas, a bamboo forest, an old castle and hundreds of deer in Kyoto, Nara and Osaka. For our trip last year, we wanted to see the modern futuristic busy side of Japan. The recent trip was […]

18 Feb 19
Chattahoochee High School Bands

Plan to attend the Booster Band Meeting for all parents and members for rising  9th – 12th graders – 2/26/19 6:30pm – 7:30pm in the Cafeteria. We will discuss many action items that you will need to be aware of as we progress to the start of the 2019 school year! Please RSVP! Mattress Sale Please come […]

18 Feb 19
STORIES BY XPANTHER

Feature Writer: Texguy84 Feature Title:  Demon Cuckold Story Codes: Erotic Horror, Cuckold, Demon, Orgy, Impotence Synopsis: Husband comes home to find his wife has guests Demonic Cuckold Lewis smiled as he headed home from work. His was a very demanding job, requiring long hours in the office dealing with clients and supervisors alike, especially with […]

18 Feb 19
The Queen's Court

Hannibal takes a private moment to see how Will’s self-training was progressing with the special toy Hannibal had supplied his lover.  Tags: voyeurism, voyeur Hannibal, webcam, masturbation, sex toy, hand job, anal sex, clone a dick Hannibal took an unneeded but self-assuring look around his office. It was after hours and Hannibal was not expecting […]

18 Feb 19
Cutting Edge Host

Presidents’ Day is officially here, and that means deals and sales from your favorite retailers on TVs, mattresses, appliances, and more. Today is probably the last day of discounts, so if you see a deal you like, we wouldn’t wait around too long as there’s a good chance it’ll be back to full price tomorrow. […]

18 Feb 19
Victoria Adams' Reading Alcove

I think I have found that spot in my professional life that I can’t do well or have yet to develop the skills to manage well. Maybe because it is less professional and more personal. Consequently, it is a good thing I have run out of near relatives so I can avoid this particular pitfall […]

18 Feb 19
Spotted Zebra Design

In the picturesque country town of Tongio in Victoria, nestled beneath rolling green hills and surrounded by overgrowth; memoirs of a once prosperous mining town can still be found. This footprint into the history of this remarkable town captivates through machinery and even homes left abandoned in the thick of the scrub. It feels like […]

18 Feb 19
event606

Children are great. They make us happy, every day show us what they learned and constantly explore new things. In order to have their own space in your apartment you should furnish them functional and nice room. It isn’t so simple as it might seem on the first sight. If possible involve your kids into […]

18 Feb 19
GREENGROUND IT

Presidents’ Day is officially here, and that means deals and sales from your favorite retailers on TVs, mattresses, appliances, and more. Today is probably the last day of discounts, so if you see a deal you like, we wouldn’t wait around too long as there’s a good chance it’ll be back to full price tomorrow. […]

18 Feb 19
Red Bluff Daily News
The 1-year anniversary—over the deadly mass shooting in Parkland, Florida—had barely finished before another deranged criminal gunman took four lives, wounding multiple policemen (thankfully recovering). Both deserve our serious regard and, if we are willing and courageous enough, dispassionate examination of causes and enabling policy. Florida’s new Republican Governor DeSantis is rightfully adamant that a grand jury take a broad look at what led to the M.S. Douglas High School shooting, including school security, safety and the role of diversion efforts, such as the “PROMISE” program. That allowed the killer, Nikolas Cruz, to attend in the lax security of non-offender schools. We should point to the misguided efforts, of the Obama Education Department, to address the so-called “school-to-jail pipeline” by insisting that disciplinary measures be matched to the racial makeup of the school—regardless of the actual race of the misbehaving students. The result, in Cruz’s case, was to not be turned over to law enforcement when he committed crimes like assault, crimes that would have kept him both out of that high school, and from buying guns. Ironically, it may have been his Hispanic-sounding last name that prompted leniency. Trump’s DOE secretary Acosta is moving to undo that kind of top-down, onerous mandate over racial disciplinary results so that dangerous students can be placed in more secure diversionary schools, where they are not so free to prey on, or kill, the innocent. Let’s hope those clinging to such failed, misguided policies can’t stall the common-sense reversal of Obama’s “disparate results” rules. Now we have yet another workplace mass-murderer, with a criminal record, in Aurora, Illinois. After-action analysis must not downplay the potential role of yet another misguided Obama-era EEOC rule, the “ban-the-box” policy popular among the “racial justice” crowd. Since African-American men are disproportionately convicted of crimes and sentenced to prison, allowing employers to consider one’s criminal record—either by having a box to check or asking in an interview—will result in black men being turned down for jobs at a higher rate than white men. “Disparate impact” (the term for when race-neutral policies have a greater negative affect on racial minorities) is seen by those to whom nothing but skin color matters as unjust by definition. Never mind that, just like the higher propensity of black students to misbehave (cue fill-in-the-blank cause), the higher percentage of African-American men in the prison system results not from white, racist deputies, prosecutors and juries but from the criminal proclivities of those arrested. Moreover, Obama’s Justice Dept harassed police over higher rates of traffic citations by black drivers, as if seeing a car violating the law tells anyone the race of the driver. Employers have a “Catch 22” conundrum: have a consistent standard of not hiring felons for the protection of your assets, workplace and workers—and risk prosecutorial assault by “civil rights” litigation; or, hire without regard for past criminal behavior and be subject to lawsuits when bad guys do what bad guys end up doing. I suspect the current crop of Democratic 2020 presidential wannabes will all blame the gun. A Powerlineblog.com post, “Phonies on Parade,” pointed out the hypocrisy of a few of those Democrat candidates: “Elizabeth Warran claimed to be an Indian. She isn’t. Kamala Harris claims to have been a ‘progressive prosecutor.’ She wasn’t. Amy Klobuchar holds herself out as ‘Minnesota Nice.’ She isn’t. Klobuchar’s mistreatment of staff members is legendary [then-Majority Leader Harry Reid had to ‘counsel’ her about it]. Kirsten Gillibrand posed as a moderate congresswoman…Once elected to the Senate, she abandoned moderation” to the point that few, if any, are to her left. “Cory Booker is a fabulist. He used an imaginary friend — ‘T-Bone’— to tell self-serving stories in furtherance of his image. During his Spartacus moment, Booker bragged about risking expulsion from the Senate for violating the rule on publicly discussing classified documents. But the document in question had been declassified…and didn’t say what Booker claimed.” But Bernie Sanders is genuine (genuine socialist). Take Joe Biden…please. He just went to the Munich Security Conference, and on German soil delivered a partisan stump speech to European leaders. In an apparent attempt to keep up the “blame America” shtick of his former boss, he rattled off complaints about President Trump’s immigration/border policies (ironically oblivious that he was also describing Obama’s policies), and called America “an embarrassment.” Frankly, I pretty much see Joe Biden as an embarrassment—just consider that he repeatedly recited a phony life story about being the first of his family to go to college, plagiarized from an Irish pol. Which brings us to the ultimate in phoniness: the apparent hoax hate crime reported to police in Chicago by “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett. My first reaction to his fable—of being attacked and assaulted by MAGA-hat wearing white men, yelling racist and anti-gay insults and pouring an unknown liquid on him—was “yeah, right.” If you limited your news consumption to the liberal mainstream sources, you wouldn’t have a clue that many hate crimes—whether over race, anti-Muslim bigotry or whatever—have turned out to be fake. High profile supposed sex assaults (University of Virginia fraternity, Duke lacrosse players, Yale “mattress girl,” Bret Kavanaugh, Herman Cain and other Republicans) have produced so many hoaxes that you would think entertainment, news media and Democrat presidential hopefuls would exercise caution. The “to good to verify” crowd, salivating for the “right” villains to be the perps—Trump supporters, Republicans, white men, Tea Party supporters—can’t wait for proven facts before spewing from the bottomless reservoir of anti-Trump hate and outrage. Genuine hate crimes against those on Trump’s side? Move along, nothing to report. I won’t hold my breath waiting for heartfelt retractions from, most of all, Democrats whose entire careers now depend on demonizing “OrangeManBad” Trump and his base. I wonder, if we didn’t have fake hate crimes, would we have any hate crimes? Don Polson has called Red Bluff home since 1988. He can be reached by e-mail at donplsn@yahoo.com.
18 Feb 19
832 Days

February 18, 2019 – Greensburg, Indiana President’s Day. It is a day that most kids associate with a free day off school celebrated by mattress and sheet sales plastered on glossy pages in the newspaper. To me, here in Indiana, it’s probably the day most responsible for me being a truck driver. It’s probably the […]

18 Feb 19
Fun, info & Entertainment blog

[ad_1] When you think of wellness travel, where is the first place that springs to mind? Perhaps it is Tahiti’s Bora Bora in the Indian Ocean? Or how about an exclusive Thai retreat, or spa on a deserted Balinese beach? Las Vegas? A Nevadan city situated on the edge of Death Valley? Not so much. […]

18 Feb 19
Asian Aces

The best Presidents’ Day sales and deals on appliances, mattresses, and electronics from Amazon, Walmart and more. …

18 Feb 19
Isabella Romance Novels

Everyone has different preferences for showering. But you may not realize that your stance on the morning-versus-evening shower debate may actually have more of an effect on your health than you realize. So if you’re wondering what time is best to…