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Is it too late to build an ark???

If not, anyone got the plans for one...My situation today...We've had(I think) close to 8 inches of rain since Sunday, and we are scheduled to get another 3-5 today and tomorrow....

This is my neck of the woods and Aldridge Creek(which is on my way to work). You all that live in my area will appreciate this: The Tennessee river is right at the top this morning at the Whitesburg Bridge. There will be flooding there soon...TVA has all 49 dams at max capacity to alleviate flooding...Let's hope it works..some of my friends can't flush the toilets in their house and their tubs won't drain...Their septic fields are flooded and the tank can't drain. We've not had any problems with our system yet, and shouldn't, but you never know...

Aldridge Creek

About a mile from my house...

It's a nasty day....I don't even remember what the sun looks like...

Anyway, y'all have a great day!

The sign guy

A year ago, Caleb Snell was severely depressed, to the point of contemplating suicide. “I don’t have a clue what I’m doing in life,” he wrote in a Facebook post at the time. “It’s my fault I’ve lost everything I love, and that I’ll die alone. I’m haunted in my dreams, so when I sleep I get no rest.”

He shared those dark thoughts because he wanted others experiencing depression to know they weren’t alone.

If you ask him today how he’s doing, he’ll answer something like “blessed,” or “highly favored.”

Caleb has become known as “the sign guy” who often stands at the intersection of University Drive and Jordan Lane in Huntsville holding poster that read “You are loved,” or “Your life has value,” or “You’re worth more than gold,” while listening to metal in his earbuds.


I saw this guy Saturday...made my day...He is walking the walk...If more people did that, the world would be so much better...I still believe that there are more nice people than evil, but it's the evil we see and hear from..

Y'all have a great day!

Trolls....the musical

It’s fitting for this board this weekend.

Tommy the dog

Dog set on fire in Virginia park has died, shelter says

ICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Officials at a Virginia shelter say a dog set on fire at a Richmond park has succumbed to his wounds.

News outlets report Richmond Animal Care and Control announced Friday morning that the male brindle pit bull named Tommie died surrounded by caregivers. The shelter says Tommie was tied to a pole at a city park, covered in accelerant and set on fire Sunday.


There is a 25.000 reward if anybody knows who did this.

Kids, old people and animals...people who hurt them trigger me...

My fear is we are rearing a whole generation of degenerates who have no care in the world for what they do, who they hurt or whatever. I don't understand this kind of cruelty.

my favorite valentine's day song....

yes, I have a really weird sense of humor....

y'all have a great day!

Frank Stephens addressing Congress...

Many people think people like him should be aborted in utero...They do it in Iceland ALL the time...before long, it will be expanded to include people like my son...someone who is autistic and epileptic..yeah-there's no slippery slope here...eugenics is alive and well...AND the test for Downs is not 100% how many "normal" babies have been killed?

Yall have a great day..

Florida School Staffers Charged With Using Dark Room, Whistle to Torment Autistic Kids

A teacher and two aides at a Florida school for the disabled were arrested for allegedly punishing autistic children by locking them in a dark bathroom or blowing a loud whistle in their ear as punishment, authorities said.

Another aide was so disturbed by the repeated abuse at the Silver Sands School in Fort Walton Beach that she reported it to a school police officer, which sparked an investigation, the Okaloosa Sheriff’s office said.

The students were between the ages of 8 and 10.

Sheriff Larry Ashley said that while police learned of the abuse in September, “it had been going on for some time” and investigators are looking for other victims.

He said teacher Margaret Wolthers and aides Diana LaCroix and Carolyn Madison could have called the principal, the school resource officer or the parents when kids were difficult to handle.

Instead, on at least three occasions, they put a child alone in the bathroom, even though state law explicitly outlaws seclusion. One of the educators is the wife of a sheriff’s deputy.

“Classroom aides who witnessed the incidents say the victims would scream and cry when placed in the bathroom, and that one was contained for up to 90 minutes,” Ashley said.


I have no least, none that I will say out loud...We're advocating killing full term babies and sanctioned torture of children...Do we really want that kind of society? And we think we are so evolved...

Snow in the south

There is none....the only flakes here in north Alabama are the ones easily offended by everything....

Y’all have a great day!!!

It might snow in the South

An Alberta clipper is forecast to hit us on Tuesday....I've already told my boss that when the rain turns to snow on Tuesday morning, I'm going home...Already told the boy to expect no school and we are planning on having a snow day on Tuesday....will probably get one to two inches of snow, but if it rains first and then drops from 40 to 20 degrees, we will have ice, and this gal does not do well in that kind of driving condition...

anyway, here's a funny video...I will confess to saying one or ten of these things...

Y'all have a great day!!!

Another reason to love Chick fil A

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – The Chick-Fil-A on University Drive in Huntsville is giving back to federal workers and their families during the government shutdown.

The restaurant is offering 50% off of the entire meal for all furloughed workers as a way to give back to the community. All you have to do is show your work badge or ID to the cashier for the discount.

A spokeswoman for this Chick-Fil-A says they’re happy to help workers and want to do what they can during the shutdown.


I'm so glad to support a restaurant with values like this...I think I will go buy hate chicken for lunch today....(That's a local joke as some people accuse Chick fil A of being a hateful, racist organization).

Y'all have a great day!!
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