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    This was from an editorial I read in the "West Marion Messenger" a small local weekly. The article was by D.R.L.
    Stalin once ripped all the feathers off of a live chicken as a lesson to his followers. He then set the chicken on the floor a short distance away. The chicken was bloodied and suffering immensely, yet, when Stalin began to toss bits of wheat toward the chicken it followed him around. He said to his followers: "This is how easy it is to govern stupid people; they will follow you no matter how much pain you cause them, as long as you throw them a little worthless treat once in a while."

    I'm not posting the whole article. I just learned of this last night. Over 65 and Never heard of this. Never a fan of Socialism, wasn't taught it in public schools. (that side of it anyways). All I have to say I am a believer and have been all of my life. Now I have had a few times where I began to question, which were the worst times of my life. But for now I am trying my best to be a better individual. God Bless America and it's people.


  • #2
    Good article Red.
    We have enough youth what we need is a fountain of smart

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    • #3
      Thanks Ben. There ought to be awake for the woke. God Bless America and It's people!

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        You are welcome sir. I've been re doing my pond for 2 days and have learned one important thing. OLD PEOPLE shouldn't be doing this S*** !!!!! So i'm going as soon as my back feels up to it.
        We have enough youth what we need is a fountain of smart

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        • #5
          I'm Still modifying my chicken coop. Casa La Cuckoo, Raising Cuckoo Marans. They say you have to show them who rules the roost. I ended up with 6 males and 13 females.
          If they bite me I grab them, Hold them down and explain how things work around here. Well it had been working very well. Respect is mutual. Yesterday morning I went in the Coop to change the water and let them out. One rooster who must of thought I was too slow grabbed my hand. Well this old man still has some reflexes left. I held him down and believe it or not 3 of his gang member buddies jumped me! No more liberal news for them. I unplugged their TV.

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          • #6
            Here Here!
            We have enough youth what we need is a fountain of smart

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            • #7
              Well Ben I hope you were able to get a line wet, Haven't been in years myself, Grew up on the central west coast of Florida and was always happy to go! Most of my friends have passed at way too young of age. I guess God needed good people to help fight the war going on now. In fact 2 of my longest lasting friendships were changed when Dean and Andy each passed away at 55. My wife was worried when she turned 55. She'll be 57 next month.

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              • #8
                Yeah when one gets to a certain age we wonder how the hell did i make it so long and friends didn't i guess . Glad to know i'm not the only one who thinks about it. I think maybe when i was much younger the alcohol pickled me! Tell your wife not to worry yet, turn her age around and that's close to where i am. Then is when you start to worry. LOL
                Last edited by BigBen; 10-16-2020, 04:02 PM.
                We have enough youth what we need is a fountain of smart

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                • #9
                  Personally I try not to worry anymore. I just try to live in the moment - at the present - which I feel is a gift. Today Our Commander and Chief visited our neck of the woods, about 7 miles down the road from the house. I had to go to town to get PVC glue to finish the automatic waterers for the rabbits. Took back roads to miss the drama. Got home with the necessities like bread, milk, Ice cream. The important stuff. I unloaded, ate lunch, and started gathering all the tools and parts for the system. After 45 minutes I could not find the glue I had just bought. I didn't want to dry fit all the parts because I have had trouble getting some things apart even though they aren't glued.

                  So after a lot of I gave up on the project for another day. I picked up my Tools and supplies and carried them back to the truck. As I was putting stuff up I noticed the edge of a can under my truck. Found the Glue! Damn liberal chickens! I guess I better plug their TV in before they really try to drive me crazy.

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                  • #10
                    Man can i relate to that!
                    We have enough youth what we need is a fountain of smart

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