May 20, 2016

Greets and Huggers. Posted the evening of May 20, 2016. Susan had the day off Wednesday.  Her father took us to the person who does his taxes   …  and we had our taxes done, (I had filed for an extension.)   … Missouri, Mississippi and Federal income tax returns.  For only the second time in 21 years   …  we will get a refund!!! Only $650.00 of my Social Security Payments were classified as income. The accountant was a very nice lady  …  who charged us $120.00 for all three returns.  My first 2 years practicing law, (1982 – 1983), I prepared my own income tax filing   …  and triggered an audit both times.  In both instances I had made mistakes, in my favor   …  and had the IRS credit the over payments to the next years withholdings.  I learned a valuable lesson.  If I could add and subtract   …  I would have gone to medical school.

I guess Ronald McDonald has had to go into hiding in New Zealand!  (BBC NEWS)  —  McDonald’s fish: Row over sustainability ‘cover-up’.  “A leaked New Zealand government memo casts serious doubts on the sustainability of fish that are widely used in McDonald’s restaurants. The document shows that the government was aware of made-up data and illegal practices such as the dumping of vast quantities of unwanted fish. There are also concerns that unlawful fishing in NZ waters is threatening the world’s rarest dolphin. Campaigners have called on McDonald’s to drop New Zealand fish from menus.  A study published earlier this week highlighted the long term problems of illegal fishing in New Zealand waters, concluding that the amount of fish taken from the seas was 2.7 times greater than the numbers reported.”  I knew there was something fishy about a hamburger joint serving fish burgers!!  In the United States, McDonald’s uses “Alaska Pollock for our Filet-O-Fish sandwich  …  which is 100% sourced from sustainable fisheries certified by the Marine Stewardship Council.”  So   …  has the Marine Stewardship Council also cooked the books for Alaskan Pollock?

Bad medical news. (BBC NEWS)  —  Global antibiotics ‘revolution’ needed. A global revolution in the use of antimicrobials is needed, according to a government backed report. Lord Jim O’Neill, who led the Review on Antimicrobial Resistance, said a campaign was needed to stop people treating antibiotics like sweets.  It is the first recommendation in the global plan for preventing medicine “being cast back into the dark ages”. The report has received a mixed response with some concerned that it does not go far enough. Superbugs, resistant to antimicrobials, are estimated to account for 700,000 deaths each year.  But modeling up to the year 2050, by Rand Europe and auditors KPMG, suggests 10 million people could die each year – equivalent to one every three seconds.”  We already have “superbugs, resistant to antimicrobials.” :

Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)

Clostridium difficile (C.Diff)

Vancomycin-resistant enterococci (VRE)

Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) and Carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae(CRKP)

Necrotizing fasciitis, the flesh-eating bacterial disease

The pharmaceutical companies are in overdrive trying to come up with new antibacterial drugs. It takes years, (and millions of dollars), to go through the clinical trials necessary to bring a new drug to market.

Drug testing for the upcoming Summer Olympics in RIO are such more strident. (CNN)  —   IOC: 31 possible Rio Olympians failed drug tests in Beijing. “Thirty-one athletes hoping to compete at August’s Olympics tested positive for banned substances at the 2008 Beijing Games and could now be ruled out of Rio, the International Olympic Committee says. The IOC didn’t reveal where the athletes came from or their names, but said 12 countries and six different sports were involved. The ruling body said its executive board “agreed unanimously to initiate proceedings immediately, with the 12 (national Olympic committees) concerned informed in the coming days.”  Will be interesting to see who will have to return the medals they have won.

The pain and suffering of concentration camp inmates was horrific! (CNN)   —  Treasures found hidden in Auschwitz mug for more than 70 years.  “A mug confiscated by Nazis at Auschwitz has been hiding a secret for more than 70 years. Workers at the Auschwitz Museum this week found a gold ring and necklace that had been carefully wrapped in canvas before being concealed in a false base. They are some of the last possessions held by someone deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau, one of the largest concentration camps established by the Germans during WWII, the museum said.”  Pleases me to see this small victory!!

Sitting here editing these Ramblings. Susan is sitting in the screened in porch sipping on some wine  …  watching her babies playing in the yard.  I’m watching the evening news, CNN   …  wall to wall coverage of the Egyptian Plan crash.  Donald Trump has warned that there will be another 9/11 type terrorist attack here.  I have no reason to doubt him. It is only a question of time.  Susan is not working this weekend, so we will be working in the yard.  Sunday Lunch and a Movie?  Grilled burger and French Fries. The movie?  “Zootopia [2016]”

Time to post these Ramblings and settle in for a quiet evening at Ft Timmerman. I remain nicotine free.  Later when I say my Thank You’s for the many blessings in my life and Susan to share them with   …  I will also say a prayer for the safe and soon return of our men and women in uniform, (care to join me?)  Be and sleep well, the best we have as a nation are on watch so you can.  If my post offends, I apologize  …  that is certainly not my intent.  As always  …

A Warm Brotherly Hug

KarlT (the dumb old country lawyer from Holden, Missouri   …   now retired and living in Pascagoula, Mississippi   … and the Editorial Staff)

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May 13, 2016

Greets and Huggers. Posted the evening of May 13, 2016. Susan is healing well.  She took a half day off on Tuesday and rested up.  We spent the afternoon together.   She worked 10 hour days Wednesday and Thursday, an 8 hour day today and will work an 8 hour day tomorrow  …  all with a broken clavicle.  She will be off Sunday.  She is one tough Lady!!  I would crawl on my bare stomach over broken beer bottles if it would lessen her pain.

And when the chickens come home to roost! (BBC NEWS)  —  Traceable data ‘stolen from fetish forum’. “A hardcore fetish web forum has been hacked, with more than 100,000 accounts exposed, according to a prominent security researcher. Troy Hunt runs Have I Been Pwned?, a database of stolen user accounts dedicated to informing victims.  The data from the latest breach, which includes email addresses, usernames, IP addresses and passwords, reveals sexual proclivities people may not want known.  It included government and military email addresses, Mr Hunt said.”   No doubt there are “sexual proclivities people may not want known”!  Why in the world would anyone sign onto a kinko Website and share their “email addresses, usernames, IP addresses and passwords .. “ and risk having their “unusual” sexual preferences made public???  Ignorance you can fix with education.  Stupid is to the bone.

And America is not the only nation that has teenage morons.  (BBC NEWS)  —  Tougher sentences for young offenders who film their crimes. Young offenders in England and Wales who film their crimes in order to post them on social media could face tougher punishments under new proposals.  Judges and magistrates would be expected to consider such behavior a “serious aggravating feature” when sentencing offenders aged 10 to 17. Footage was sometimes used to embarrass, humiliate or blackmail victims, the Sentencing Council said.  The new guidance aims to reflect the harm caused, and to “stop reoffending”.  It comes a month after two teenage girls were given life sentences for murdering 39-year-old Angela Wrightson in Hartlepool.   The girls, then aged 13 and 14, took photographs of the attack, and uploaded them to the social media application Snapchat.”   Like I shared:  stupid is to the bone.

A historical find. (BBC NEWS)  —  ‘Oldest axe’ was made by early Australians. A tiny stone flake from north-western Australia is a remnant of the earliest known axe with a handle, archaeologists have claimed.  The fingernail-sized sliver of basalt is ground smooth at one end and appears to date from 44 to 49,000 years ago. This is not long after humans first settled Australia – and several thousand years earlier than previous, similar ground-stone discoveries.”  Some Australian archeologists are somewhat skeptical about the find.  The Sears “Craftsman” logo carved into the base of the ax fueled their skepticism. 

The science news. (BBC NEWS)  — Almost all snakes have the same superpower. “When a snake strikes, it moves so fast it could hit you four times within the space of one eyeblink. If a human moved that fast they would lose consciousness …  According to research published in March 2016, an average snake strike lasts somewhere between 44 and 70 milliseconds. To put that in perspective, it takes humans around 200ms to blink an eye. In the same time, the most ruthless snake could theoretically have carried out four strikes.  It is almost inconceivably fast, and it means that snakes are far better at striking their prey than we are at moving any part of our bodies. In fact, if we were to move at the sort of accelerations that snakes do, we would black out.”  The good news?  Humans can outrun snakes.  A Black Mamba is the worlds fastest snake, being able to hit 12 mph   …  the average human being can achieve 15 mph  …  and some can hit 20 mph.

(BBC NEWS)   —  Abortion study: 25% of pregnancies terminated, estimates suggest.  “One in four pregnancies ends in an abortion each year, global estimates from the World Health Organization and Guttmacher Institute suggest. The report in the Lancet said 56m induced abortions take place annually – higher than previously thought. Researchers acknowledge rates have improved in many rich countries but warn this masks no change in poorer areas over the past 15 years. Experts are calling for new approaches to contraceptive services.”  According to the study, “abortions worldwide increased from 50 million a year between 1990-1994 to 56 million a year between 2010-2014.”. Further, “the number of abortions per person has stayed stagnant in many poorer areas, in richer areas it fell from 25 to 14 per 1,000 women of reproductive age. Researchers point out that abortion rates were similar across countries – regardless of whether terminations are legal or not. They argue that laws banning abortions do not limit the number of terminations and can instead lead people to seek illegal abortions that can be unsafe.”   Interesting that the researchers used the word “termination” instead of abortion.

Sitting here editing these Ramblings. Susan finished her motion exercises and now has her PJ’s on and is ready to hit the sack.  After giving her “babies” their evening treats,  she usually reads one of her “Blouse Snatcher” Romance Novels in bed.  I have some images to edit.  The dogs are staring at Susan, waiting patiently for their evening treats. A typical Friday Night at Ft Timmerman.  Sunday Lunch and a Movie?  Baked Rosemary Chicken, Baked Potato and Baby Peas.  The movie?  Haven’t decided!

Time to post these Ramblings and settle in for a quiet evening at Ft Timmerman. I remain nicotine free.  Later when I say my Thank You’s for the many blessings in my life and Susan to share them with   …  I will also say a prayer for the safe and soon return of our men and women in uniform, (care to join me?)  Be and sleep well, the best we have as a nation are on watch so you can.  If my post offends, I apologize  …  that is certainly not my intent.  As always  …

A Warm Brotherly Hug

KarlT (the dumb old country lawyer from Holden, Missouri   …   now retired and living in Pascagoula, Mississippi   … and the Editorial Staff)

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May 6, 2016

Greets and Huggers. Posted the evening of May 6, 2016. Went and saw Susan’s Orthopod today.  He is satisfied with her progress   …  and she can go periods of time without a brace. He recommended she start “range of motion” exercises   …   for short periods of time so her arm and shoulder muscles do not tighten up.  Susan’s niece works for a Physical Therapist   …  so we stopped by his office and had him explain what “range of motion” exercises are.  Susan will start the exercises tomorrow.

I guess the Chinese have some unusual sexual customs. (BBC NEWS)  — China bans ‘erotic’ banana-eating live streams.  “Chinese live-streaming services have banned people filming themselves eating bananas in a “seductive” fashion. New regulations mean that live-streaming sites must monitor all their output round-the-clock to ensure nothing untoward is going on, keeping an eye out for any “erotic” banana-eating, according to New Express Daily. It’s not just fruit that’s on their radar though – the paper adds that wearing stockings and suspenders while hosting a live stream is now also forbidden.”  I can understand that watching a banana being eaten can certainly arouse a “fruitaphile”. I guess they also have “stockingaphiles”.

In the environmental news: (BBC NEWS)  — Carpageddon: Australia plans to kill carp with herpes.  “The Australian politician who declared war on Johnny Depp’s dogs has a new enemy – the European carp.  Barnaby Joyce, the deputy prime minister, said the only way to get rid of the “bottom-dwelling, mudsucking” fish was to unleash herpes on it. The Australian $15m eradication program, dubbed “Carpageddon” by the government, aims to rid the Murray-Darling Basin of carp.”  …  I did not know there is a Herpes strain that only affects Carp.  MSNBC  — “To rid their streams and rivers of invasive European carp crowding out native freshwater species, officials plan to begin introducing a strain of the herpes virus — Cyprinid herpesvirus 3 (CyHV-3), or “carp herpes” — into fish populations   …   the virus kills European carp quickly, and that it does not develop in native fish, in other introduced fish species or in other animals — including humans.”   I had this vision of millions of carp swimming around with cold sores.  Given that virii evolve and mutate   …   isn’t introducing foreign virii into Australian waters   …  risky?

The British take science very seriously. (BBC NEWS) —  ‘Boaty McBoatface’ polar ship named after Attenborough. The UK’s new polar research ship is to be named RRS Sir David Attenborough, despite the title “Boaty McBoatface” previously topping a public vote.  A website inviting name suggestions had attracted huge interest, with Boaty McBoatface the runaway favorite.  But Science Minister Jo Johnson said there were “more suitable” names.  On Friday, days before Sir David turns 90, it was announced that the $288,610,000.00 vessel will be named after the world-renowned naturalist and broadcaster. Sir David said he was “truly honored” by the decision.”    “Boaty McBoatface” sounds like a McDonald’s Franchise!!

And dealing with bugs becoming antibiotic resistant? (BBC NEWS)  —  Tea, honey, hops and sponges: The antibacterial hunt.  “What do tea, beer, honey and marine sponges have in common? They are all among the natural products Welsh scientists are targeting in the hunt for sources of new antimicrobials.  With increasing bacterial resistance to antibiotics, the need to find new agents to tackle dangerous pathogens – many of them in hospitals – is acute.  So, Cardiff University’s School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science has turned to some unlikely Welsh sources – including a few found in ancient remedies.”   A fascinating read!!

Sitting here editing these Ramblings. Susan is resting comfortably in her easy chair   …  after taking a couple of pain pills.  Although she is in for a tough couple of months, she is in good spirits and glad the Orthopod recommended periods of time without the brace.  On the evening news,  a review of the Trump protests in California on Tuesday    …  I haven’t seen so many Mexican flags since the last Cinco-De Mayo celebration in 2015.  In California …  Cinco-De-Mayo is the equivalent of St Patrick’s Day in the rest of the country.  Also, some heavy weights in the Republican Party announced they would not support Trump if he was selected to be the Republican Party’s Presidential Candidate.  Susan is not working tomorrow, so we plan on working in the garden.  Sunday Lunch and a Movie?  Leftovers.  The movie?  “High Strung [2016]”

Time to post these Ramblings and settle in for a quiet evening at Ft Timmerman. I remain nicotine free.  Later when I say my Thank You’s for the many blessings in my life and Susan to share them with   …  I will also say a prayer for the safe and soon return of our men and women in uniform, (care to join me?)  Be and sleep well, the best we have as a nation are on watch so you can.  If my post offends, I apologize  …  that is certainly not my intent.  As always  …

A Warm Brotherly Hug

KarlT (the dumb old country lawyer from Holden, Missouri   …   now retired and living in Pascagoula, Mississippi   … and the Editorial Staff)

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April 29, 2016

Greets and Huggers. Posted the evening of April 29, 2016. Last Saturday afternoon, Susan’s suger went low.  Coming back into the house, she passed out and hit the floor.  When I found her   …  she was flat on her back, staring at the ceiling.  I thought she was dead!!!  Scared me to death!  I lifted her up into a chair, and fed her juice   …   after 2 cans of juice  …  her sugar had come up to 49  …  and she started complaining about how much her shoulder hurt.  After her sugar came up to an acceptable level, I took her to the ER.  She has a broken left clavicle.  On Tuesday, I took her to an orthopedic surgeon who opined   … “It was a clean break.  It should heal without the necessity of implanting a pin.  Come back in a week and we will make sure the bones are still in place.  If not, she will need a pin.”  She was in a lot of pain, so he scripted her hydrocodone.   A break like this takes the average person 4 – 6 weeks to heal.  Being a Type I, insulin injecting diabetic   …  realistically, it will take Susan 8 – 10 weeks to heal  …  probably longer because she is a smoker.  Prayers   …  appreciated.

In religious news: (BBC NEWS)  —  Poland to stage Pope John Paul II musical. A new musical about the life of Pope John Paul II will open in Poland early next year, the first to be produced in the late pontiff’s home country.  Hundreds of tickets have already been sold for the show, entitled Karol, which will make its premiere in Krakow in February, Radio Poland reports. Born Karol Wojtyla, he was archbishop of the city for more than a decade prior to being elected Pope in 1978.”  I wonder if Tom Lehrer’s “Vatican Rag” will be one of the songs in the musical?  Tom Lehrer is an interesting guy!! His Bio.

And talking about a Vatican Rag: (CNN)  —  At the Vatican, Catholic Biden cops to small vice. “At the Vatican on Friday, a smiling Joe Biden gave new meaning to the title “vice” president.  Biden, a lifelong Catholic, copped to making a small wager with a reporter covering his trip — in front of the Vatican’s Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin.  “I had to pay this man $10,” Biden told Parolin, pointing to a reporter from The New York Times. The two had bet over which car is faster, the Tesla or the Cadillac. Biden choose the Cadillac, which is slightly slower, he told the cardinal. “Oh, yes?” Parolin answered politely.”  Don’t you wonder if that is really the worst ”sin” Biden has committed?

Sometimes Judges just get it wrong. (CNN)  — Oklahoma legislature will fix sodomy law, lawmaker says. “An Oklahoma lawmaker is promising to close what he called a “court-created loophole” in state law that blocked the prosecution of a teenager accused of sexually assaulting a drunken girl two years ago and set off cries of protest around the nation. “I am horrified by the idea that we would allow these depraved rapists to face a lower charge simply because the victim is unconscious,” Rep. Scott Biggs said earlier this week in announcing plans to rush a fix through the legislature. The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals ruled March 24 that a lower court judge was right to dismiss a forcible oral sodomy charge against the teenaged suspect because state law doesn’t mention intoxication or unconsciousness among the five criteria describing the crime.”  How can an unconscious person consent to having sex?  Isn’t the basis of rape, sex without the consent of the other person? It is rape even if the other person consents, but lacks the capacity to do so,  like a minor for example!

Image technology has come a long way!! As the article notes, some has not yet been released to the public.  Being a Photoshop editor   …   I would buy it!!  (CNN)   —   How child predator was caught by tiny clue in photo he posted online.  “In a bathroom, the predator has placed a child on the counter to photograph his evil acts. In the background of the photo, which was posted online, are products including prescription medication.  But zooming in on that pill bottle makes the details unreadable. In a small, dark lab Jim Cole, special agent and supervisor of Victim Identification at the Homeland Security Investigations Cyber Crimes Center gets to work using the latest technology available.”  Glad they caught this waste of skin. There has to be a special place in Hell for kiddy diddlers.

Sitting here editing these Ramblings. Susan is resting comfortably in her easy chair   …  after taking a couple of pain pills.  She is in for a tough couple of months.  On the evening news,  a Trump protest in California   …  I haven’t seen so many Mexican flags since the last Cinco-De Mayo celebration in 2015.  In California …  Cinco-De-Mayo is the equivalent of St Patrick’s Day in the rest of the country.  Susan is working tomorrow and we have plans to work in the garden on Sunday.  Sunday Lunch and a Movie?  Leftovers.  The movie?  “High Strung [2016]”

Time to post these Ramblings and settle in for a quiet evening at Ft Timmerman. I remain nicotine free.  Later when I say my Thank You’s for the many blessings in my life and Susan to share them with   …  I will also say a prayer for the safe and soon return of our men and women in uniform, (care to join me?)  Be and sleep well, the best we have as a nation are on watch so you can.  If my post offends, I apologize  …  that is certainly not my intent.  As always  …

A Warm Brotherly Hug

KarlT (the dumb old country lawyer from Holden, Missouri   …   now retired and living in Pascagoula, Mississippi   … and the Editorial Staff)

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April 22, 2016

Greets and Huggers. Posted the evening of April 22, 2016. Seems like 2016 will be the year the music died.  It is only April and Bowie, Huttlinger, Griffen, Frey, Kantner, White, Mathews, Feek, Sinatra Jr., Sledge, Dawg, Haggard and Prince are gone.  Reminds me of Don McLean’s song, “American Pie”.   I finally got a copy of my Naturalization Certificate, which I ordered last August.  I now have a Mississippi drivers license, (with motorcycle endorsement).  With that, I registered to vote and got a saltwater fishing license   …  $7.29   …  good for life after you turn 65.  A freshwater and small game license is $8.00 and renewable each year.

Given “white privilege”, why is there an increase in whites snuffing themselves? (BBC NEWS)  — US suicide rate surges, particularly among white people.  “The suicide rate in the US has surged to its highest level in almost three decades, according to a new report.  The increase is particularly pronounced among middle-age white people who now account for a third of all US suicides. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report did not offer an explanation for the steep rise. However, other experts have pointed to increased abuse of prescription opiates and the financial downturn that began in 2008 as likely factors.”  It’s all Bush’s fault!

In Germany, beer is considered food.  (BBC NEWS)  —  German beer: 500 years of ‘Reinheitsgebot’ rules.  “This weekend marks 500 years since the Duke of Bavaria introduced the “Reinheitsgebot” or purity law – strict rules controlling what can go into beer.  And beer lovers across Germany will be celebrating at events (read: subsidized drinking opportunities) to mark the anniversary of the famous food law.”  Under German law, only malted grains, hops, water and yeast may be used – nothing else. Germany has the oldest standing consumer protection law.

The FBI is supposed to be our best investigating law enforcement organization we have. Yet: (BBC NEWS)  — San Bernardino phone hack ‘cost FBI more than $1m’. “The FBI paid at least $1.3m to hack into the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino killers, it has been estimated. The figure was calculated based on comments by FBI director James Comey, who said that the agency had paid more to get into the phone than he “will make in the remaining seven years” in his post. That would make it the largest publicized fee for a hacking job.”  They paid over a million dollars to have a 3rd party hack the iPhone?  They could have saved the money by watching a 14 year old kid on Youtube explaining/showing how to hack an iPhone.  Same thing I did to learn the features of my new Samsung Galaxy S6 Smartphone.

In the paleontology news:   (BBC NEWS)  —  Seed clue to how birds survived mass extinction. Modern birds owe their survival to ancestors who were able to peck on seeds after the meteor that wiped out most dinosaurs, say scientists. Bird-like dinosaurs with toothless beaks survived the “nuclear winter” that followed the meteor strike, because of their diet, a study says. The impact altered the climate of the Earth and blotted out sunlight. The loss of vegetation would have deprived plant-eating dinosaurs of food. In turn, meat-eaters suffered.  But seeds still in the ground may have sustained small toothless bird ancestors until the planet began to recover.” 

No doubt, Chameleons and Birds have a common ancestor. (BBC NEWS)  —  Chameleon’s tongue gives up secrets. “Scientists have built a mathematical model to explain the secrets of the chameleon’s extraordinary tongue. It took more than 20 equations to capture mathematically how the reptile’s tongue unravels at very high speed to snare insects. The model explains the mechanics of the animal’s tongue and the inherent energy build-up and rapid release   …  Chameleon’s feet have two toes facing forward and two facing backwards, like a bird; it can grasp objects with its tail; it can change color and its tongue is among the fastest on Earth. The chameleon’s tongue is able to extend to twice the length of the body while unraveling telescopically. Past research has shown if the tongue were a car, it could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in one hundredth of a second.”  Chameleons range in size from ½ inch to 27 inches.   A Chameleon’s tongue is twice the size of it’s body.  Can you picture a 27 inch Chameleon with a 54 inch tongue?  No wonder some folks consider them great pets.

Sitting here editing these Ramblings and waiting for Susan to come home from work. On the evening news,  a tribute to Prince   …  Obama in Great Briton and talking heads analyzing the presidential campaign.  And we haven’t even hit the nasty television commercials    …  yet!!  Susan is not working tomorrow and we have plans to work in the garden.  Last Sunday, we planted tomatoes, cucumbers, blue berries and raspberries.  Sunday Lunch and a Movie?  Leftovers and strawberry shortcake for dessert.  The movie?  “The Boss [2016]”

Time to post these Ramblings and settle in for a quiet evening at Ft Timmerman. I remain nicotine free.  Later when I say my Thank You’s for the many blessings in my life and Susan to share them with   …  I will also say a prayer for the safe and soon return of our men and women in uniform, (care to join me?)  Be and sleep well, the best we have as a nation are on watch so you can.  If my post offends, I apologize  …  that is certainly not my intent.  As always  …

A Warm Brotherly Hug

KarlT (the dumb old country lawyer from Holden, Missouri   …   now retired and living in Pascagoula, Mississippi   … and the Editorial Staff)

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