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MEMORIAL DAY 2015 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Hug a Veteran. Thank a Veteran. Be proud to be an American that upholds the freedoms in our Constitution. Do not succumb nor follow blindly those that want to take away life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Don’t allow others to put you down for working hard.  You have the right to own your own business, to work in your chosen profession, to get an education.  Don’t put down what others negatively call big business. Those businesses create jobs. Think about it-the persons shaming wealth, power, big business—all have those things-but they don’t want you to-they want to control. Many people have died for this country in the name of freedom. They served this nation, giving all so that you could live your life your way. We were never meant to be a nation of hand-puts. Today, and every day, I give thanks to my uncles, cousins, aunts, friends, furiends, grandparents, everyone, especially my Daddy, for their service to this great country. Thank you all. Keep America free. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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Dogs and Pick-up Trucks and the Law

Dogs should never, never, ride  in an open pick-up truck bed, loose nor tethered.  That’s basically the message I want ya’ll to hear, and I really shouldn’t have to say more.  Unfortunately, there are still thoughtless and indifferent pet owners who think it is “cool” to have their dogs ride in the bed of the truck.  It’s not “cool” nor is it safe.  If the vehicle has to suddenly stop, a loose dog will go flying out of the bed, and a tethered dog  could hang himself or be severely choked while flying out of the bed.  Or, a dog could see something that attracts his attention  and the dog decides to jump out of a moving vehicle to go chase it.  I was behind such a vehicle last night on the way home from work.  Two dogs were running loose in the bed of the truck, this truck traveling down the highway at over 45 miles an hour.  I exited the highway pray that these two beautiful dogs made it “home” safe–I must question the type of treatment they receive at “home” from such an indifferent, thoughtless, and yes, ignorant person.  While the enactment of an ordinance or law could help diminish this type of behavior, I like think that we could do with a few less laws, and a lot less ignorant, thoughtless people.  Stay safe, my four-legged friends.

Take care, ya’ll,

Tuck the Law Dog

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