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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Yeah Baby!

Dave_in_PB Sez:Dog Days! ... It's That Time of Year Again!

Was a Hot One ... Hope it holds till the weekend!

Via SondaK

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Commentary Fails Me at the Moment!

Dave_in_PB Sez: Hot Chicks and Guns ... I saw this a couple of weeks ago, it just went viral!

via The Linkiest

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

And So It Comes To This!


Dave_in_PB Sez: Can someone please tell me what's going in my home town?

Via Alphecca

FOX NEWS:School Officials in Mass. Town Won't Let Students Recite Pledge of Allegiance

When Sean Harrington entered his freshman year at Arlington High School, he noticed something peculiar: There were no American flags in the classrooms, and no one recited the Pledge of Allegiance.

So Harrington enlisted the aid of his fellow students, and now, three years later, they have succeeded in getting flags installed in the classrooms. But the pledge still will not be recited.

The Arlington, Mass., school committee has rejected the 17-year-old's request to allow students to voluntarily recite the Pledge of Allegiance, because some educators are concerned that it would be hard to find teachers willing to recite it, according to a report in the Arlington Patch.

Harrington had presented school officials with a petition signed by 700 people, along with letters of support from lawmakers including Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., and Sen. Joe Lieberman, I-Conn.

But the request to have the pledge recited failed when the committee's vote ended in a 3-3 tie.

"I was really heartbroken," Harrington told FOX News Radio. "It's hard to think that something so traditional in American society was turned down."

His fight has received quite a bit of support from the community. "When I was going to school, it was an honor and a privilege to pledge allegiance to the flag," Francis De Guglielmo, 55, told the Patch. He called the ban an "absolute travesty" and a "disgrace."

Harrington, who will be a senior in the fall, said he will continue to fight. "I'm not a person who quits and I don't back down. It's a very righteous cause and needs to be followed through until the end."

Some committee members voiced concerns about forcing people to do something that might violate their beliefs – including religious beliefs. Among the no-votes was committee member Leba Heigham.

"Patriotism is a very personal thing for all of us, but I do not think it is in the school committee's best interest to mandate that any of our employees recite the pledge," she told the Patch.

Harrington said the recitation would have been strictly voluntary.

"If we can't find one teacher who is willing to say the pledge, then the system we have is cracked," he told FOX News Radio, noting that a number of teachers signed his petition.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

That's One Way to Fix It!

Dave_in_PB Sez: Not as precise as a number 2 phillips screwdriver this Marine does a fine fixit job on his HP printer. I think that's an M240. The HP Support team should have just sent an new printer and done some marketing on the HP gear used in Iraq by our troops. Hey BullFighter! Email me next time and I'll help you fix it properly!

via Bob on FB


HP Printer Problem...How this Marine fixed it in Iraq.

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