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 Disclaimer : The only way I make money from this, is by printing my own with this computer.


The Flag

Now let me understand this. Were taking down one flag and replacing it with another.


Abduct Me Today

It.s Alien Abduction Day. So Clamp on your Foil Hat and let's Go.

The world's oldest and largest research website into the Alien Abduction and UFO experience.


So enjoy the day in your UFO travels to the other worlds.

March 20 is Alien Abduction Day


My favorite phrase


🚀 My Favorite Phrase 👽



That's how I buy Wine!

This is how I Buy Wine also!

“For most of us, wine remains a big mystery,” David Goldman reports for CNNMoney. “Making a selection at a wine store is a daunting task that usually comes down to just two decisions: red or white and what price you’re willing to pay. Then you just choose the wine with the prettiest label.”

Pic from FB and you give up all rights when posting Pic's even when you delete you account!


A True Tennesse WeekEnd

A True Tennesse WeekEnd or should I say how to keep warm.


I'm in the money

Hmm. So much for using the iPhone 6+ new camera.

BUT, The Google owes me Big Money for driving by my house with Street View.

Want to take pictures in Nashville Metro Parks? It will cost you $125

The U.S. Forest Service has tightened restrictions on media coverage in vast swaths of the country's wild lands, requiring reporters to pay for a permit and get permission before shooting a photo or video in federally designated wilderness areas. (Permits cost up to $1,500)

I have pictures in both places and I'd post them if I wasn't in fear of a billing and late fees.


Did I hear this correctly?

“Google wants to provide a ‘seamless experience across all these connected devices,’ Android chief Sundar Pichai said at yesterday’s event in San Francisco. ‘We’re making everything contextually aware.

We want to know when you’re at home, with your kids.’

Sound like Stalking to me.

With my Nest, they already know when someone is at home!

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