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Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson gatheredThursday evening with a hundred or so supporters at restaurant nearby Wells Fargo Center to continue his pitch as a third-party alternative for dissatisfied voters on both the right and le
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“I think a wasted vote is a vote for Trump or Clinton,” Johnson said. “The future is small government, the future is no one dying in foreign interventions.”
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So these popped up beside the driveway. I have no idea what they are. Can anyone identify them? I'll probably kick my self, but I can't figure it out.
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I had the kid run get me a sample of it for better examination, and yes, it is some species of Horse Mint. Thanks :)
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I loved the game ICO (not the dolphin one), and I loved Shadow of the Colossus, even though I felt like the bad guy killing all those Colossuses.
So I'm really looking forward to this game. I may have to rent a PS4 in order to play it.
 
No, YOU'RE crying at The Last Guardian trailer.
After what feels like eons of delay, The Last Guardian finally has a release date. We've been waiting for nearly seven years for this title and have been chomping at the bit for more ever since Sony shared a beautiful gameplay trailer at last year's E3. And tonight, at their E3 2016 press conference, the publisher shared another evocative trailer and finally announced that after seven years, the game will be released for PlayStation 4 on October ...
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Q: Do armed civilians ever stop mass shootings?
It's a difficult question to answer for a variety of reasons. One of those reasons is that the mainstream media doesn't want to tell that story, so it doesn't get told.

Take a look at this:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2015/10/03/do-civilians-with-guns-ever-stop-mass-shootings/
Several examples, including two from earlier this year (with the usual caveats about the limits of relying on such examples).
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Boer-mix goat freshened July 22nd. Near Clayton TX, but can meet or deliver, possibly w/ fuel charge.
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Among the people who know me, I am in fact quite well known. And one thing that is known about me is that I make great homemade french fries. But this guy, this scientist is taking his fry game to the next level.
I may have to try his method and compare with my relatively lazy homemade fries.
I'm gonna come right out and say something that I'm sure you won't all openly agree with: McDonald's french fries are great. At their best, they are everything a french fry should be: salty, crisp, light, and not greasy. I've never been able to make fries as good as theirs...until now. Here's how to do it.
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Welcome to the Northeast Texas Pink Pistols page.

You can contact us here, at Northeast.Texas.Pink.Pistols@Gmail.com
or by telephone at (903) 265-3999.

We will meet monthly, but a time and place has not yet been determined. Stay tuned!

From the Http://www.pinkpistols.org website:

We are a shooting group that honors diversity and is open to all shooters. We help bring new shooters into the practice and provide a fun social environment for all our members. We work to build bridges between the shooting community and other communities, such as those based on alternative sexualities. We advocate the use of lawfully-owned, lawfully-concealed firearms for the self-defense of the sexual minority community.

We are dedicated to the legal, safe, and responsible use of firearms for self-defense of the sexual-minority community. We no longer believe it is the right of those who hate and fear gay, lesbian, bi, trans, or polyamorous persons to use us as targets for their rage. Self-defense is our RIGHT.

The Pink Pistols get together at least once a month at local firing ranges to practice shooting, and to acquaint people new to firearms with them. We will help you select a firearm, acquire a permit, and receive proper training in its safe and legal use for self-defense. The more people know that members of our community may be armed, the less likely they will be to single us out for attack. Join us today. It is your RIGHT.
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Texture packs and mods are coming to the Pocket Edition this fall.
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I've considered starting a Pink Pistols chapter here in my part of East Texas. I wonder if now is the time to go forward with it. What, my friends and family, say you?
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My rule of thumb is no more than an hour's drive in radius. In a big state like Texas, two hours...my mother would drive an hour for GROCERIES when my dad was stationed there.

As for when to "pull the trigger" on a chapter, that's when you have a minimum of one other person to help you run it. DO NOT start a chapter solo. I won't put a solo chapter on the list. They tend not to thrive with only one person to start them. I prefer three as a minimum, but I will reluctantly accept two.
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Amazing Lebanese food and desserts. I want to go back at lunch for the buffet to try everything!
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
It had been nearly a year since we've been to Indigo, but we were greeted personally by the owner, who asked about the other members of the family not present. He greeted every other guest who arrived during our meal with the same friendliness and genuine warmth. The atmosphere is quiet and casual, as is the service.The food is buffet style (I've only ever been during lunchtime), with choices of various curry type dishes, vegetables, chicken and lamb, with salads, naan (bread) and desserts. The curry and massala are spicy without being overly hot. If you like very hot food, try the Indian chili peppers on the salad bar ;)We highly recommend the Taj Mahal beer as an excellent accompaniment to the meal, but be warned; it's a large bottle, so share.If I still worked in Shreveport, I would eat here far more often, but it is definitely worth making a trip over for lunch or dinner.Also, Indigo has just opened a new restaurant in Lewisville, TX, just north of the Dallas area. I highly recommend my friends in DFW try it out and report back.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
I went to this man with what I thought was a difficult problem, and he saved me from having to buy an entirely new pair of prescription mirrored sunglasses. This man knows his business, and is a pleasure to watch. His workspace is tightly packed with all the bits and bobs he needs to do his work. It's a joy to see craftsmanship in a disposable-commodity world, and he's a craftsman.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
You should eat here. If travelling on I-20, this place IS worth diverting off the highway and making your way down to the south side of the loop for lunch. You won't be disappointed. This place is very very good. They make Gyro sandwiches (pita with roasted meat) that are bigger than a baby's head. The fries and pita chips were overcooked for my taste and/or the oil is too old, but they were having trouble with their fryer the last time I was there, so I'll give 'em some slack. I'd eat lunch here three times a week, if it wasn't on the other side of Tyler from where I work. The decor is Spartan (hah, see what I did there?) but you get to graffiti the walls with markers. It's totally got a College-town hangout feel to it. I miss eating authentic Greek food (I lived in Greece as a kid) and this place helps satisfy my craving for gyro and falafel. Note of warning: The "Ghost Sauce" is deadly hot. My wife loves spicy foods, the hotter the better, uses Sriracha like ketchup. But the Ghost Sauce took the skin off her tongue. Be careful! ~Rick
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Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 4 years ago
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Don't expect white tablecloths and snooty waiters. Don't ask how many Michelin stars they've been awarded.... it's just not that kind of place. This restaurant is attached to a "country store" gas station, and at lunchtime the food is fast and hot. And delicious. The service is excellent, and it doesn't hurt that the staff are gorgeous and friendly. If you're hungry for lunch, get there before 2 pm, as they shut down after the lunch rush. Tell Katrina that "Baby" sent you ;)
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Quality: Very GoodAppeal: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
It seems that Lashley Tractor Sales has hired some Search-Engine Optimization gunslingers, and shows up high in the Google search results. But beware! They want to charge a _minimum_ of $9.99 shipping, even for a booklet. They claim their only shipping method is FedEx. I asked for a more reasonable shipment via USPS, and they refused. Avoid these people, and give your local dealers some business instead.
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