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I really don't think this letter will make it to Ms Thompson, as all mail addressed to the White House first goes to the White House mail room, where it is opened and checked for anything suspicious like white powder, etc. The mail room employees, who are more than likely Obama holdovers, will read the letter, pocket the dollar bill, and trash the letter. I would say the best way to contact President Trump would be to send your letter to him at either Mar-A-Lago, FL, Trump Tower in New York City, or in care of Secret Service headquarters in Washington. You might even try sending it to the Secretary of Defense, James Mattis. I would certainly avoid trying to get it to him at the White House for the reasons I stated above.
Here in Oklahoma we have two volunteers veteran organizations that have VA trained people working two days per week assisting veterans to fill out their claim forms. One is called Veteran's Corner (open Mon-Thur) and the other is Dale Graham's Veteran's Foundation. I go to Dale Graham and he has gotten me 60% so far. They usually have anywhere between 100 and 130 every Tuesday and Thursday. They even have people coming in from out of state for help. All of the volunteers are veterans and have disabilities from 10% to 100%, but most are getting 100%. Dale Graham is set up in Norman, Oklahoma and Veteran's Corner is South of Norman, Oklahoma in a building they own. Dale is currently leasing space in a strip mall on the north side of Norman. They both have transport vans to transport veterans who need it to the VA hospital in Oklahoma City.
Here are the two websites:www.dalekgrahamveteransfoundation.orgwww.veteranscorner.net
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An excellent post, and a whole lot of truth to it.
[=Dr. Evil]You'll be dead and gone before the AR's ever are, it must bug the hell out of you to see one. Just finished a new AR build yesterday for varmint cong hunting. Take a look petey, frightening isn't it? BOOð[/quote]
Nice, did you use an 80% lower or did you buy one already finished. I'm getting an 80% lower for 5.56 and one for 7.62 then building one of each. I'm also doing my own 1911 in .40 cal. I take it you build a lot of your own firearms.
Since several sporting goods retailers, liberals, and democrats, seem to think that anyone under the age of 21 isn't responsible enough to buy or safely use a firearm, I think we should raise the voting age from 18 to 21 also. Obviously they aren't responsible enough to vote for the people who will be making the laws governing the sale, use, and types of firearms they can buy. Also, since the first thing they will be trained on when they join the military will be firearms, they shouldn't be allowed to join the military until they are 21. After all, we can't have 18-21 year olds in the military with weapons, especially military weapons such as fully automatic weapons if they aren't allowed to have the semi-auto version of them in civilian life because they aren't responsible enough.
So, why does he have 45 stamped on his shirt cuff, so he can remember he is president number 45?
archie bunker wrote:
From Noble, Oklahoma.
I live in Purcell, about 15 miles from Noble. At one time Kendall's had closed in Noble and moved to Purcell. I can't afford to eat there very often though, I'd weigh 400 lbs. It is definitely an excellent chicken fried steak. Another place for a good, huge, chicken fried steak is Lambert's at Ozark, MO just South of Springfield. We stop there whenever we go to Branson or to my kids in Indiana. At Lambert's they bring it out in a big skillet and the steak is as big as the skillet.
Don G. Dinsdale wrote:
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Please accept my sincerest condolences in the loss of your son. It is so tragic for a parent to lose a child, no matter how old they are. We lost one of our daughters to lung cancer in 2004 so can relate. Again, we are so sorry for your loss.
There have been stories on main stream need as well as newsmax and wnd. I believe the owner is Muslim the company is based in Minnesota. They are a big employer of "refugees" . You could probably just look chobani up online to get the info. I posted this somewhat tongue in cheek but I have been for over a year telling people to boycott chobani because of their hiring practices.
Actually, the plants (there are two) are located in upstate New York and Twin Falls, Idaho. You know, the Twin Falls where that little girl was raped by the two young Muslim boys in an apartment complex laundry room while an older Muslim boy videoed the act. And yes, he primarily hires Muslim refugees.
Yeah, kinda tired of the insults and name calling which is totally uncalled for. Will be very refreshing to not have to all that stuff.
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Actually, I did gat all 10 correct because I used to give this test to my students at the USPS NCED where we taught all Mail Processing Equipment Mechanics and Electronic Technicians how to operate, maintain, troubleshoot and repair postal automated canceling and sorting equipment.
I agree about the antacid thing. I needed to own stock in Rolaids before I upped my chilies intake but I hold them to the lower heat versions. Like you, I have no indigestion problems and it's probably because of the capstasan. Mike
It's going to be a really long time before I can get up to the Carolina Reaper and I'm not quite ready yet to try eating ghost peppers. I do have ghost pepper flakes and Trinidad Scorpion pepper flakes, both of which I got from Amazon. I just use them for seasonings in chili and other dishes, but I can only put them in the part I'm going to eat as my wife can't handle any of the hot stuff.
son of witless wrote:
I thought the same thing. If the stuff puts you into the hospital, that is bad. The only " hot " thing I eat is horseradish. I remember reading about a chili challenge a few decades ago where a small restaurant had a chili that if you finished the bowl you won some kind of prize. In the history of the contest only one person did it. He was a young Mexican guy and it did put him into the hospital.
I must be one of the unusual people who can tolerate these hot chili's and really enjoy them. I eat habaneros regularly and jalapenos are like candy to me. We have a Mexican restaurant (Ted's Escondido) near us that has the absolute best habanero salsa they bring with the chips, queso, and red salsa. They also have one they call Atomic Salsa which is very flavorful, but isn't very hot at all. The habanero salsa has a lot of flavor even though it is quite hot. I also make my own salsa, but I use several kinds of chili's including ripe (red) Serrano, ripe (red) jalapeno, ripe (orange) habanero, and ripe (red or orange) ghost peppers. I haven't tried the Trinidad Scorpion or Carolina Reapers yet. Haven't eaten a raw ghost pepper either, I know that one is going to be too hot by itself. I saw a video of a crazy red-neck eat 5 ghost peppers in a row then down a fifth of Fire Ball liquor. He then tried to drink a gallon of milk as he cursed, cried, and puked. I don't know what kind of idiot would try that and to post it on YouTube as well. Guess he just wanted his few minutes of fame. And in case anyone is wondering, I don't have to eat antacids or take pepto. In fact I don't have any stomach problems. I did years ago, but that was before I started eating the really hot chili peppers. They do have one benefit, they give you one heckuva endorphin rush from the heat.
...that a single banaba provides your daily allowance of potassium? Potassium plays an important role in proper health, but 90 percent don't get enough. So just eat a banana a day, and you're good to go.
I had Paleo pancakes yesterday.
One banana, mashed.
Two heaping tbsp almond butter.
Mix together to make batter, heat skillet, add ghee (clarified butter), drop batter in skillet to make pancakes. Made three pancakes and tasted very good.
Shalom Aleikhem (Peace upon you)! Yes I am Jewish... (
I'm not Jewish, although someday I would like to be. But at my age, 72, that doesn't seem very likely. The closest synagogue or temple is about 45 miles one way and there are no other Jews where I live, so I have to rely on what I can learn on my own. My wife is Baptist which doesn't help things either. I do attend church with her occasionally and wear my kippa and Star of David and no o need in the church seems to mind. Well, it's past my bedtime (1:10 am) so enough for tonight.