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PLEASE DON'T FORGET NEXT SATURDAY..............WALK NAKED IN AMERICA DAY
Don't forget to mark your calendars.

As you may already know, it is a sin for a Muslim male to see any naked woman, 
other than his wife, and if he does, he must commit suicide. 
So next Saturday at 1 P.M.Eastern Time, all American women 
are asked to walk out of their house completely naked to help 
weed out any neighborhood terrorists. 
Circling your block for one hour is recommended for this anti-terrorism effort. 
All patriotic men are to position themselves in lawnchairs in front of their houses 
to demonstrate their support for the women and to prove that they are not Muslim terrorist sympathizers. 
Since Islam also does not approve of alcohol, a cold 6-pack of beer at your side is further proof of your patriotism. 
 
The American government appreciates your efforts to root out terrorists and applauds your participation in
this anti-terrorist activity.
 
God Bless America!!
P.S. 
If you don't send this to at least 1 person, you're a terrorist-sympathizing, lily-livered coward
and are possibly aiding and abetting terrorists. 
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Hero?  I think NOT!
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Not from me but a soldier...

Truth from someone who was there...
Here is some eye opening stuff... This soldier basically went AWOL,You want it from the horses mouth?? Here ya go..We were at OP Mest, Paktika Province, Afghanistan. It was a small outpost where B Co 1-501st INF (Airbone) ran operations out of, just an Infantry platoon and ANA counterparts there. The place was an Afghan graveyard. Bergdahl had been acting a little strange, telling people he wanted to "walk the earth" and kept a little journal talking about how he was meant for better things. No one thought anything about it. He was a little “out there”. Next morning he's gone. We search everywhere, and can't find him. He left his weapon, his kit, and other sensitive items. He only took some water, a compass and a knife. We find some afghan kids shortly after who saw an american walking north asking about where the taliban are. We get hits on our voice intercepter that Taliban has him, and we were close. We come to realize that the kid deserted his post, snuck out of camp and sought out Taliban… to join them. We were in a defensive position at OP Mest, where your focus is to keep people out. He knew where the blind spots were to slip out and that's what he did. It was supposed to be a 4-day mission but turned into several months of active searching. Everyone was spun up to find this guy. News outlets all over the country were putting out false information. It was hard to see, especially when we knew the truth about what happened and we lost good men trying to find him. PFC Matthew Michael Martinek, Staff Sgt. Kurt Robert Curtiss, SSG Clayton Bowen, PFC Morris Walker, SSG Michael Murphrey, 2LT Darryn Andrews, were all KIA from our unit who died looking for Bergdahl. Many others from various units were wounded or killed while actively looking for Bergdahl. Fighting Increased. IEDs and enemy ambushes increased. The Taliban knew that we were looking for him in high numbers and our movements were predictable. Because of Bergdahl, more men were out in danger, and more attacks on friendly camps and positions were conducted while we were out looking for him. His actions impacted the region more than anyone wants to admit. There is also no way to know what he told the Taliban: Our movements, locations, tactics, weak points on vehicles and other things for the enemy to exploit are just a few possibilities. The Government knows full well that he deserted. It looks bad and is a good propaganda piece for the Taliban. They refuse to acknowledge it. Hell they even promoted him to Sergeant which makes me sick. I feel for his family who only want their son/brother back. They don’t know the truth, or refuse to acknowledge it as well. What he did affected his family and his whole town back home, who don’t know the truth. Either way what matters is that good men died because of him. He has been lying on all those Taliban videos about everything since his “capture”. If he ever returns, he should be tried under the UCMJ for being a deserter and judged for what he did. Bergdahl is not a hero, he is not a soldier or an Infantryman. He failed his brothers. Now, sons and daughters are growing up without their fathers who died for him and he will have to face that truth someday." ,

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I was really surprised to see this was done by ABC News or any other mainstream media outlet.  It's a few years old but still relevant.  Wow, even a few media liberals do get it.
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Finally the truth for liberals
 
THANK YOU: New York Times Finally Acknowledge That "Assault Weapons" Are a Myth
Has Hell frozen over? Has my bacon flown out of my refrigerator? Never did I think would see an op-ed in the New York Times actually acknowledging that so called "assault weapons" are a myth, nothing more than a boogey man...
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At I said all along... Made up term
 
In a stunning op-ed released Friday, the NY Times finally admitted that “assault weapons” are a made-up political term fabricated by anti-gun Democrats.

Op-ed writer Lois Beckett also admitted that once the term was manufactured and used to outlaw a class of weapons that dishonest anti-gun Democrats had used to con an entire nation, nothing happened.

It was much the same in the early 1990s when Democrats created and then banned a category of guns they called “assault weapons.” America was then suffering from a spike in gun crime and it seemed like a problem threatening everyone. Gun murders each year had been climbing: 11,000, then 13,000, then 17,000.

Democrats decided to push for a ban of what seemed like the most dangerous guns in America: assault weapons, which were presented by the media as the gun of choice for drug dealers and criminals, and which many in law enforcement wanted to get off the streets.

This politically defined category of guns — a selection of rifles, shotguns and handguns with “military-style” features — only figured in about 2 percent of gun crimes nationwide before the ban.

Handguns were used in more than 80 percent of murders each year, but gun control advocates had failed to interest enough of the public in a handgun ban. Handguns were the weapons most likely to kill you, but they were associated by the public with self-defense. (In 2008, the Supreme Court said there was a constitutional right to keep a loaded handgun at home for self-defense.)

Banning sales of military-style weapons resonated with both legislators and the public: Civilians did not need to own guns designed for use in war zones.

On Sept. 13, 1994, President Bill Clinton signed an assault weapons ban into law. It barred the manufacture and sale of new guns with military features and magazines holding more than 10 rounds. But the law allowed those who already owned these guns — an estimated 1.5 million of them — to keep their weapons.

The policy proved costly. Mr. Clinton blamed the ban for Democratic losses in 1994. Crime fell, but when the ban expired, a detailed study found no proof that it had contributed to the decline.

They created and then banned a class of weapons.

“Assault weapons” is a made-up term, used to scare citizens into thinking that military weapons were commonly being sold and used on the streets of the United States. Thanks to a dishonest and incompetent media, millions of Americans thought (and still think) that machine guns could simply be purchased at the local gun store. The reality that the Hughes Amendment to the Firearm Owners Protection Act outlawed the manufacture of automatic weapons for the civilian market in 1986, was always hushed up.

Yes, it has been 28 years since a single machine gun was manufactured for the American public. There are no assault rifles being sold in the United States. There are only firearms that look like weapons of war, but which lack their ability to fire multiple shots with a since pull of the trigger.

These firearms—AR-15s, AKMs and similar rifles—while incredibly popular with America’s law-abiding gun culture, simply aren’t used in many crimes. This should be surprising, since they are now among the most popular firearms sold in the United States in the past decade. The AR-15, in particular, is the most popular rifle sold in the United States year after year, and there are ten times as many in civilian hands as there are visually similar M4/M16 assault rifles in the entire U.S military.

But career criminals don’t want long guns. They want firearms that are compact and easy to conceal.

The op-ed concludes that violent homicides are primarily a poverty issue disproportionately concentrated among small groups of particularly violent young men, a stunning and rare admission that poverty and the drug trade are the primary problem driving murder, not access to firearms.

Don’t expect this sort of stunning admission of the facts to mark a change in cover from the Times, however. The brief bout of lucidity will quickly fade behind the veil of Alzheimer’s liberalism, and we’ll hear the rest of the deranged gaggle of op-ed writers to quickly fall back into the mantra of “Guns are bad, the NRA is evil, we need more taxes, government, citizen control, etc.”

Still… it’s nice to see that every once in a while a real and honest thought can escape from the morass of Manhattan, however fleeting that honest thought may be.

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"Political correctness is a doctrine, fostered by a delusional, illogical minority and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end."

Hello. My name is Tommy Richards..... I know, DUH! It is my page after all. Basically, I am your average Middle Aged Man with a wide variety of interests. 

I am currently the Director of aim Innovations and Owner of CVW Solutions, LLC. 
I am currently or have been a...
Pilot 
Martial Arts Instructor 
Computer Consultant
Biker 
Notary Public
Grandfather
and more...

I have been very blessed to have done so much in the roughly 50 years I have walked this little globe of ours. I am also extremely blessed to have the family and friends that I have around me. Besides the stuff listed above, I also enjoy flying, sailing, camping, speeding though the mountains and so much more.
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Excellent local food and large portion size. Our favorite place to stop while camping in Edisto.
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What an amazing little seafood shop/restaurant. Some of the best seafood I have eaten
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Great local seafood
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Awesome Chicken and Onion Rings. I always look for great local places when I travel and this one lived up to the Hype for the Chicken. One warning, Google Maps had the location 1.5 miles off from the actual location when I went. I submitted a notice and hopefully it will be fixed soon. If you are looking for the location, it is 1.5 miles further off of the interstate.
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Great Food at a Great Price
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