Mullet Over #689

dogrexWow. Talk about true love. The publication Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience has stated that behavior analyses involving pet dogs indicate that most canines prefer owner praise to food.

There is now a refrigerator on the market that has wi-fi and a camera inside so that people with certain cell phones can dial up and see what foodstuffs may be needed for resupply. The camera can also show who is getting into the fridge while you are not at home.

For you Sound of Music movie fans (I am one), it saddens me to report that Charmian Carr (Leisl in the movie) recently passed away at the age of 73.

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Liberalism by Burgess Owens

burgessowensliberalismToday as Mr. Al Sharpton rallies in Tulsa to demagogue the death of Terence Crutcher and demonize Tulsa and all law enforcement, I could loan him my copy of Burgess Owens’ book, “Liberalism or How To Turn Good Men Into Whiners Weenies and Wimps.” Unfortunately, Sharpton is not honest enough to return a borrowed book or intellectually inclined to read and consider contrary ideology.

It is a shame really. There is no individual Liberty in Liberal, as it is known in the modern age, but with men of principle like Burgess Owens, there is hope still for America.

Brugess begins with details of his NFL career, his life and what he believes which, again, may be the last hope for America – that individuals of African heritage will again stand for freedom and individual responsibility with the courage of their forefathers.

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Pastor Garlow on Trump vs. Hillary

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump debate

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump debate 9-26-2016

Christian Opinion:  I have been asked “the question” so many times regarding Trump or Hillary. By way of background, I have followed every national convention — Republican and Democrat — from the time I was age 9, and have attended most of the GOP Conventions from 1984 to the present. I have watched the news virtually every day from the age of 8. I have never seen anything like what we are observing.

In spite of the unprecedented nature of this election cycle, I will attempt to respond to “the question.” I am not demanding that anyone else share my view. But I was asked. Here is my best attempt to answer as I am able to see things at this time:

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Terence Crutcher and snap judgments

Terence Crutcher (Photo: KJRH.com)

Terence Crutcher (Photo: KJRH.com)

Analysis: No one should live in fear, but to live according to snap judgment before all facts are known is worse – that is personal, community and national chaos.

Update: A warrant was issued Thursday for the arrest of Officer Betty Shelby, the Tulsa police officer who fatally shot Terence Crutcher Sept. 16.

Tulsa County District Attorney Steve Kunzweiler announced a first-degree manslaughter charge against Shelby at a Thursday afternoon news conference.

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Fishing reports and winter boat prep

Terry Johnson recently caught this 9.62 pound bass at Sardis Lake.

Terry Johnson recently caught this 9.62 pound bass at Sardis Lake.

As fall approaches the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation provides the latest I fishing reports in this report, but for those preparing to store their boat for winter, the Boat Owners Association of the United States (BoatUS) offers a free guide online to prevent costly mistakes.

For example; water mistakenly left in a boat’s engine block to freeze over the winter is sure to become an expensive repair come springtime. As the ice expands it can crack the block, ruin the motor, damage fiberglass, split hoses, or destroy a boat’s refrigeration system. To prevent a mishap while putting the boat away this fall, Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS), offers the free 15-page guide.

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