Saturday, July 12, 2014

Truth

I've never seen anyone braver than my dad, he has braved some of the most unbelievable things in my life. He took splinters out of my hands when I got splinters from a wooden fence. And even though some people may say that my dad was the rottenest person they ever knew, he may have had rotten but he's not a bad guy. He fought through things that I've never seen a man prays ever. He taught me how to pray. Hey Taught me how to be forgiven. He taught me how to make a joyful noise noise into the Lord. And he kept his hands and told me to Krise hands full of tears because I wouldn't stop crying. And you may think you're my father because maybe you so deceits somewhere you didn't think you sewed it. And my father is no bad man. He watched you walk off with his wife juicer on the porch. And you lived through it. For my father didn't. After having a wife and two daughters he was engulfed in problems that only men can understand. And I don't pray pretend to know what he knew. Not like my dad justthe way he was. Before too long the pain and the endurance was really hard on him. But he kept on going.  You see my father was a Christian man and he excepted prices his personal savior right on the deathbed, he would not let me see let me fall he would not let me stumble. And we went hungry a lot of times. But the Lord provided. Don't you see what this world is become, it's priceless in yet it's a curse to die, this a world eventually will swallow us all home. Will all eventually meet our maker, and judgment will befall us every time we do something wrong. But two wrongs don't make a right and three rights make a left. I send my father to heaven and you beseeched me called him nothing but hell. He is a lot of people's hero you'll soon find out my father was framed for murder. He spent his whole life in jail. And nothing would fuck that system. Well soon enough it'll fuck itself. As all things go there is always a happy ending at the end of the rainbow. Trust no work eventually this hell will end. 
Unless it's the work of Christ. God bless you all and have a blessed day yours truly Tannie Gwin-dykema.

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Friday, July 11, 2014

Curse my cricket you ole black cat!

It was a ladder PTSD can live with it can't  live without it.

Yesterday out of thin air jumped a cricket, I started laughing as it crawled and jump under my trailor. 

Your a lucky cricket I'm gonna let you go..

This morning came a female black cat crossing my path, 

I wish you would get out of here you cursed my cricket.  

While Frankie dawg sat on my lap I guess Frankie didn't see him.

Kitty here's a little yum yum for ya as I place a frisbe full of nibbles and bits out under the porch.

During a time of sufferage

A litter of shih tzu are born

You know you might not think that a dog will see the humans need for affection and love that it always happens this way. 

Dogs are great companions and when they are treated right they are the most loving animals on the planet with the exception for cats. 

Mankind is taken affectionately to these animals because they create love for people who don't have it and have been suffering for a long time and animals are great way to show your appreciation for someone you love. 

Of course some people don't take to animals are dogs or cats or horses some people like in it inanimated but everyone on the face of the planet loves love except those who do not understand.

Sometimes people who don't understand simply because they've never had an animal pet companion. 

But there is a fostering program at the SPCA and MCas, and even pet shops quite a bit on puppies and dogs and cats and birds and whatever you want.

I personally was raised having some kind of pet around whether it be a bird or hamster are gerbil or dog or cat and I've always loved the companionship of animals. 

Shih Tzu's are kind of Asian animals who were very very elegant when they mate. 

The mother resembled a gremlin from the movies Gremlin and the male dog resembled a dragon from that Asian art shows culture stuff which was very very nice. Although that was a very very nice mating process some people have Hardtimes adjusting to foreign animals such as the shih tzu, especially people of foriene wars United States of America and Warriors. 

For some people and the Shih Tzu becomes more of a therapeutic dog for them. 

Anyway these dogs are merely about a week and a half to two weeks old and they'll be up for companionship when they get a little older. 

I don't know if there males or females but I do know that you're going to be beautiful dogs and hard to take care. 

Anyone interested in adoption of a pets please call the number listed at the top of my page thank you have a great day.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Tussled officer survives opposing man dies


Note to readers: it's almost certain death to wrestle with a police office who is armed, might as well count on them for one thing only three hots and a cot. 

Don't do it bubba!



An off-duty deputy constable shoots a man during a confrontation in northwest Harris County. That man later died at a hospital.

The Harris County Precinct 4 deputy constable, who was working as a security guard at the Village in the Woods apartment complex on Lakewood Forest near Grant Road, approached the man at 2:45 a.m.

After the deputy constable determined that he needed to arrest the man, that man resisted and began to fight with the deputy constable.

During the fight, the deputy constable pulled out his weapon and fired two gunshots into the man's midsection.

The man who was shot was taken to Ben Taub General Hospital where he died. The deputy constable was taken to Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital in stable condition with multiple scrapes and an injury to his back.

The war has just begun to this family (life isnot all that it's cracked up to be

Following a standoff that lasted several hours in a north Harris County neighborhood, one man was arrested in the shooting deaths of six family members, including four children. One 15-year-old girl who survived the shooting incident is in a hospital.

Ron Lee Haskell, 33, who was taken into custody after he surrendered to the Harris County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday night, is charged with capital murder in the death of 34-year-old Katy Stay.

Harris County Precinct 4 deputy constables arrived to a home on Leaflet Lane in the Spring area in response to a reported "in progress shooting" before 6 p.m. on Wednesday. Inside the home, they found the bodies of Katy, her 39-year-old husband Steven, and three children who were shot. Two other children who were shot were taken by Life Flight medical helicopter to Memorial Hermann Hospital - Texas Medical Center where one of them later died. 

The 15-year-old girl who survived the incident identified the shooter and told Pct. 4 deputy constables that he was going to the home of another relative. Deputy constables were able to arrive to that home and trap the shooter before he could confront other family members.  

The shooter led deputies on a vehicle chase that ended on Countrymeadows Drive near County Canyon Drive, where the HCSO High Risk Operations Unit and Hostage Negotiation Team later arrived, which resulted in the shooter placing a gun to his own head before surrendering at around 10 p.m. Wednesday. 

The teen girl who was shot remains in critical condition.

Haskell has refused to speak with HCSO Homicide Division investigators.

Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Accused drug dealer won't buy pot or smoke it universal corruption

By KRISTEN WYATT
Associated Press

DENVER (AP) - Colorado is smoking pot by the ton, and visitors are, too.

Colorado's pot regulators issued what is believed to be the world's first post-legalization market study for the weed on Wednesday. The study relied on sales data from Colorado's first three months of recreational marijuana sales, while previous pot market studies relied on survey responses because the drug is illegal.

"This study finds total marijuana demand to be much larger than previously estimated," Colorado's study concluded.

The study estimated that total market demand for marijuana in Colorado is about 130 metric tons a year. That's about 121 metric tons for residents and almost 9 metric tons a year for visitors. These figures include medical and recreational marijuana.

Marijuana has an average market rate in Colorado of $220 per ounce, authors concluded.

The estimates were nearly a third higher than one recently projected by the state Department of Revenue, which regulates the marijuana industry. Nations with legal or semi-legal marijuana sales, such as the Netherlands, do not track national inventory, making firm market analysis spotty.

Colorado concluded that visitors account for 44 percent of recreational marijuana retail sales in the Denver area. In the mountains and other vacation spots, visitors to Colorado account for 90 percent of recreational dispensary traffic.

Colorado's market numbers bore out survey estimates that most marijuana is consumed by heavy daily users. For example, survey authors estimated that a third of all Colorado's pot consumers use the drug less than once a month. But that group accounts for just 0.3 percent of the total market, analysts concluded.

"Heavy users consume marijuana much more often, and more intensely, than other consumers," the study concluded.

The study tapped into Colorado's new Marijuana Inventory Tracking System used by commercial growers and retailers to account for inventory. But the study's authors also included untaxed pot in the analysis because Colorado allows adults over 21 to grow pot at home. The survey also estimated production from the state's medical marijuana caregivers, who are authorized to grow medical marijuana on behalf of others and do not face state pot taxes.

So far, Colorado sells a lot more medical marijuana than recreational marijuana, and medical pot patients must be in-state residents. Survey analysts concluded that medical users generally have avoided recreational sales, which come with much higher taxes for the same product.

"Therefore, the retail demand is derived primarily from out-of-state visitors and from consumers who previously purchased" black-market or illegal weed, the study concluded.

The study noted that Colorado's medical marijuana patients are two-thirds male. But analysts did not come up with a gender breakdown for retail consumers.

The authors also said that many recreational marijuana users are younger than 21 and not participating in the taxed recreational market.

The survey noted significant difficulties tabulating market demand for concentrated and edible marijuana products, both growing in popularity. Another study to examine those markets is planned for next year.

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Online: Colorado marijuana market study: http://1.usa.gov/1lVgbWY

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How they get the records by way of offering free gifts

It was thrown away like trash, folders full of personal information. What do you think? Is your social security number, salary and employment information trash? One company now has some explaining to do after private files were found in a dumpster. "Copies of drivers license, copies of social security cards, banking information," explains Zachary Hailey as he lists all of the personal information on documents he says he found in a dumpster at the Wilcox Apartments on 610.

Hailey says the folders full of personal information were "filed" right there in the trash bin at the Wilcox Apartments. "Two boxes. I have 150 maybe 200 folders," adds Hailey. Hailey says the folders came to his attention as people gathered around the trash and were removing documents. He then took as many boxes as he could to secure them and he started calling the people listed on the paperwork.

"I'm not happy. I'm not happy," says Clarice Anthony in frustration. Anthony used to live in the complex back in 2010 when it was the Meadow Ridge Apartments. She was shocked to receive a phone call from a perfect stranger who had her very private information about her.

"I'm just like oh my gosh," says Anthony. She picked up the folder from Hailey and has filed complaints with the Better Business Bureau, Houston Apartment Association and she contacted the credit bureaus. Anthony is also trying to get answers from Trinity Property Consultants, the management company for Wilcox apartments. "I give my information to these people thinking it's in good hands and it's not," explains Anthony.

Hailey says when he went to the leasing office to find out why personal files were in the dumpster at Wilcox Apartments he says he was told the information belongs to former residents. He says management also told him they fixed the problem by doing this. "They went in there an poured oil on it," says Hailey.

My calls to Trinity Management weren't yet returned as of when the report was filed. Anthony says she's speaking out because she wants other former residents of Meadow Ridge or Wilcox Apartments to be on the lookout. "Your information may have been breached," warns Anthony.

So is a company obligated to properly dispose of your personal information? According to the Houston Apartment Association the answer is yes. State law requires businesses to destroy documents containing your private information. State law also says those who have had personal information disposed of improperly may be entitled to financial damages after filing a complaint with the attorney general's office.

Well here is a video that says, not just Mexico Border is effected by immigration laws but check points

If you are a USA citizen you might find comfort in knowing our law enforcement is hard at work but instead you become defensive about coming...