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  • Originally posted by Toolbox View Post
    Also the current track for Hurricane Irma has it heading towards the midwest so WD brace yourself for the leftovers!
    Yeah , I've been watchin' ! It's not gonna get here with much. The Texas hurricanes sometimes send us the leftover rain. The currant track on Irma looks like south Missouri might get some rain , but it doesn't make it over this far. We could use a little rain though....nothing in our forecast for 2 more weeks !

    Coffee and a cinnamon roll please !
    I believe blood quantums are the governments way to breed us out of existance !


    They say blood is thicker than water ! Now maple syrup is thicker than blood , so are pancakes more important than family ?

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    • Service is down to emergency level for regular customers for preparations of service to those in need and suffering from storm.

      We do a special service exception to our Trail Boss WD and his hands. There might be an urgent need to have him and his hands drive a new chicken herd on another trail.

      Stay all save.
      Those who know do not write and those who write may not know. Frank W. Louis, No such Agency

      True peace between nations will only happen when there is true peace within people’s souls.
      Black Elk

      “Tell me, and I will listen.
      Show me, and I will understand.
      Involve me, and I will learn.”
      Lakota Proverb

      God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
      Courage to change the things I can,
      And wisdom to know the difference.
      Living one day at a time,
      Enjoying one moment at a time,
      Accepting hardship as a pathway to peace.
      (Reinhold Niebuhr, but the origin is debated)

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      • Made it to our safe spot. Not much is open except for convenience stores-and they don't gas. We were going to top off the tank to be on the safe side. We've still got well over half, so we're good. Now, just waiting for it to get here. Shouldn't be all that bad, but will probably lose power, even at the hotel. I had to get a new cell phone, and I can't figure out how to text with it. Oh well, it will give me something to do. LOL!
        Take nothing for granted. Life can change irrevocably in a heartbeat.

        I will not feed the troll-well, I will try.

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        • one supersize coffee and cinny roll for wd

          hey beeds u should just come to minnesota. our bodies of water dont be actin up n gettin outta hand

          yeah teebs i heard about chase at burning man. wasnt surprised at all either. always sensed something funny about him....

          its been a lovely summer day here n a pizza n iced tea kinda nite

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          • Hope everybody stays safe! Must be so hard to be evacuated & not know what you're gonna come back to & find. Beeds, may you, your family & your home be protected.

            So, I would like 2 slices of berry pie; that's my husband's favorite. We're celebrating our 25th anniversary! Yep, I lucked out in love...I feel very fortunate & blessed!! 25 yrs. ago, I couldn't even imagine how great a husband & father he would be & how life would unfold for us together.

            My mom was really tough & honest. At 1 pt. during our wedding reception, she told my MIL & FIL, "Well, we'll just wait & see what kind of fellow & husband your son turns out to be for my daughter." At the time, I felt somewhat embarrassed...like that's not a polite thing to say. Thru time now I have a better understanding and vantage point. Over the yrs. through his actions & deeds, he earned my mother's & my whole family's respect & acceptance.

            If you can believe it, we still have the top of our wedding cake in the freezer; lol...it's like a big snowball...there's so much frost on it. We've been saving it all these yrs.; I don't know for what. He's sentimental & I'm practical. I asked him if we should get it out & have the cake this year. He looked at me, smiled, shook his head & said, "Nah, let's keep it."

            When I was 18, a friend of our family who was Gros Ventre & head of the American Indian Program at Harvard gave me marriage advice. He told me, "You either marry for love or you marry for money. If you marry for love, you hope it's true love & that it will last a lifetime...though, you never know if it will. But that's how you have to go into it believing it will. If you marry for money, do it often." I married for love & I hope it will last.

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            • Originally posted by eagleclanriverband View Post
              Hope everybody stays safe! Must be so hard to be evacuated & not know what you're gonna come back to & find. Beeds, may you, your family & your home be protected.

              So, I would like 2 slices of berry pie; that's my husband's favorite. We're celebrating our 25th anniversary!
              Only found this cake, so (late) Happy Anniversary!

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              • WOW!!!

                Thanks so much [MENTION=54711]Spiritflight[/MENTION]! Looks spectacular & very yummy!!!

                Everybody please dig in & have a piece.

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                • Thanks for the invite, Grits, but I don't do winter. LOL!

                  Well, the wind from Irma wailed all over for about 7 or 8 hours, knocked out the power, and dumped about 10 inches of rain. Poor dog stood and growled at the door because of the wind whistling through it. Power was only out about 6 hours, so it wasn't too bad.

                  Home county looks like it took a beating, though. A bunch of it is flooded, docks on the river got torn up, and a mess of trees down all over. Water and power are out in 98% of the county. We are headed back tomorrow to see what we will find. I'm hoping to be happily surprised like we were with Matthew.

                  After it had all blown over, we were out walking, and found a jellyfish. There's a small business in front of the hotel, and it was in that parking lot. Weird because we are a long ways from the ocean-about 15-20 miles or so.
                  Last edited by subeeds; 09-12-2017, 07:38 PM.
                  Take nothing for granted. Life can change irrevocably in a heartbeat.

                  I will not feed the troll-well, I will try.

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                  • Sup errybody.

                    Glad to know you are all ok after those storms.

                    Imma have a coffee pleez.

                    Had a weird experience today. About a year ago, in the town where I live here in Cali, I noticed a sign outside one of the frequently turned over commercial buildings on my way to work. It said:

                    OKLEVUEHA Native American Church

                    I've been curious about it ever since, so today I stopped by. When I walked in it smelled like pot mixed with other things (Which didn't bother me). The lobby was well kept with different flyers and odds and ends on the wall, nothing bad. Over the next few minutes different people came out of a door on the far side of the lobby, 4 or 5 white people.

                    Then I was greeted by a young security guard (Indian from India) who was very friendly. I didn't know he was Indian from India until he saw me and started slightly bowing and making praying hands. He spoke decent English; "So do you want to become a member?"

                    "I don't know" I said.

                    "Let me find a volunteer to speak with you." He said.

                    Then I meet a very friendly, respectful young man. He explained to me that this Native church was founded by some Injun from Utah (Name started with an M, can't remember it). He explained that mainly people get together and use medicinal marijuana, and if I had any questions about attending sweat or anything spiritual he could set up a meeting for me with the spiritual leader. Then he says "She is in training now, but she could do a special pipe ceremony for you."



                    "Is she native?" I asked

                    "No" he said looking down at his shoes

                    "Are you native?" I asked

                    "No I'm Cambodian" He replied

                    Then I came back here to Red's
                    LOL
                    When you are dead you don't know that you are dead. It is difficult only for the others. It is the same when you are stupid.

                    "Show me somethin"

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                    • Oh, I've heard about them. Their leader is James Warren "Flaming Eagle" Mooney, who claims to be Yamasse Seminole (Hugh Urban, New Age, Neopagan, and New Religious Movements, University of California Press, 2015, p. 41).

                      They were involved in some legal brouhaha over their use of peyote (pot, Psilocybe cubensis & Banisteriopsis caapi), in "sacraments." Mooney was charged with distribution of peyote to non-Natives. It got into the murky waters of free exercise and racial politics. Ultimately the Utah Supreme Court dismissed the case.

                      Here's the Oklevueha NAC's webpage

                      Oklevueha "Lakota Sioux Native American Church"

                      ICTM weighs in

                      ICTM Opinion piece on Oklevueha

                      NACSD Statement on Oklevueha
                      Last edited by OLChemist; 09-16-2017, 12:23 AM.

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                      • Where do these guys get these cool Indian names? My people don't have such cool names.

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                        • About 20 years ago I was in a job training school. There were a lot of east europeans also and then for the first time in my life I got asked (by that female teacher) which country I came from. It was like and I felt strange, yes, humiliated because my surname didn't exactly sounded german. I never got this ask before in my own country ever and well, I don't consider it my country any longer anyway since.

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                          • Originally posted by OLChemist View Post
                            Oh, I've heard about them. Their leader is James Warren "Flaming Eagle" Mooney, who claims to be Yamasse Seminole (Hugh Urban, New Age, Neopagan, and New Religious Movements, University of California Press, 2015, p. 41).

                            They were involved in some legal brouhaha over their use of peyote (pot, Psilocybe cubensis & Banisteriopsis caapi), in "sacraments." Mooney was charged with distribution of peyote to non-Natives. It got into the murky waters of free exercise and racial politics. Ultimately the Utah Supreme Court dismissed the case.

                            Here's the Oklevueha NAC's webpage

                            Oklevueha "Lakota Sioux Native American Church"


                            ICTM weighs in

                            ICTM Opinion piece on Oklevueha

                            NACSD Statement on Oklevueha
                            Buh...

                            Can I have a beer?
                            LOL
                            When you are dead you don't know that you are dead. It is difficult only for the others. It is the same when you are stupid.

                            "Show me somethin"

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                            • Originally posted by OLChemist View Post
                              Oh, I've heard about them. Their leader is James Warren "Flaming Eagle" Mooney, who claims to be Yamasse Seminole (Hugh Urban, New Age, Neopagan, and New Religious Movements, University of California Press, 2015, p. 41).

                              They were involved in some legal brouhaha over their use of peyote (pot, Psilocybe cubensis & Banisteriopsis caapi), in "sacraments." Mooney was charged with distribution of peyote to non-Natives. It got into the murky waters of free exercise and racial politics. Ultimately the Utah Supreme Court dismissed the case.

                              Here's the Oklevueha NAC's webpage

                              Oklevueha "Lakota Sioux Native American Church"


                              ICTM weighs in

                              ICTM Opinion piece on Oklevueha

                              NACSD Statement on Oklevueha
                              Yeah that WAS the name. *%#&.
                              When you are dead you don't know that you are dead. It is difficult only for the others. It is the same when you are stupid.

                              "Show me somethin"

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                              • Originally posted by gilisi View Post
                                Buh...

                                Can I have a beer?
                                LOL

                                Yes you can, but what beer do you want?

                                0.0 Klobier or the real stuff?


                                Hm, is it legal to hand out the real stuff to you where you are?
                                Those who know do not write and those who write may not know. Frank W. Louis, No such Agency

                                True peace between nations will only happen when there is true peace within people’s souls.
                                Black Elk

                                “Tell me, and I will listen.
                                Show me, and I will understand.
                                Involve me, and I will learn.”
                                Lakota Proverb

                                God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
                                Courage to change the things I can,
                                And wisdom to know the difference.
                                Living one day at a time,
                                Enjoying one moment at a time,
                                Accepting hardship as a pathway to peace.
                                (Reinhold Niebuhr, but the origin is debated)

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