Happy Pictures

August 25th, 2007 by megan

It’s Photo Hunters Saturday! The theme this week is Happy!

Best Friends Happy Happy Mad And Amy
It’s always a good feeling when you have a friend. In times of need and heartache and laughter, when we call, they are always there. Distance and Time make no barrier that friendship can not overcome.Pet we wish you a happy speedy recovery! And you are Friend and now family too. Thanksgiving - your house! :) Thank you!

Today we called Pet and finally managed to get to her room. She expressed she felt as though she had been run over by a freight train, but had been making the loopy loop walks and doing great! We are sending TMOTU some Frozen Waffles to manage until Pet is able to come home and order chinese and pizza take out! We will update with Pet news when we have something new! ~Aloha

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January 9th, 2007 by pet

By Heidi Thiess at Euphoric Reality

The incursion into U.S. territory last week by “Mexican gunmen” was not a chance confrontation between the Arizona National Guard and untrained illegal immigrants, but a deliberate “perimeter probe” by an infantry-trained, uniformed Mexican force, officials say.

Euphoric Reality has learned in exclusive interviews with high-ranking sources within both the Arizona National Guard and the U.S. Border Patrol that the incident the mainstream media calls a “standoff” was in reality a military-style operation, carried out by a unit of Mexican troops dressed in military uniforms, flak jackets, and armed with AK-47s in an apparent operation to probe the border defenses and test the limits of the National Guard troops. Using easily recognizable infantry movement tactics (such as arm and hand signals and flanking maneuvers), the Mexican unit deliberately moved in a military formation across the border from Mexico, while under surveillance by the National Guard and Border Patrol.

As the hostile force moved north over several hours, deeper into Arizona, National Guardsmen wearing night vision goggles were able to ascertain that the approaching gunmen were indeed uniformed (including PAGST helmets) and heavily armed. When the Mexican unit came within approximately 100 yards of the EIT site, the Guardsmen repositioned themselves in order to maintain surveillance and tactical advantage. They observed the Mexican unit sweep through the EIT site, and then rapidly withdraw back into Mexico. No shots were fired by either the Mexican gunmen or the Guardsmen. Border Patrol was on the scene within minutes of the Mexican unit’s withdrawal.
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August 3rd, 2006 by pet


Forty-three percent of all Americans say that immigration is a serious problem.

The other 57 percent said, “No hablo inglés”

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