February 1 at 9:29pm
Renting out a house w/2 bedrooms 2 bath
No NOTHING!! Matter of fact I don’t even want to rent it anymore. All y’all can go to “bleep”!!
“Show respect even to people who don’t deserve it, not as a reflection of their character, but as a reflection of yours.”
— Dave Willis
1/2 Cocker Spaniel
1/2 Sneaky Neighbour’s Dog
Mother is a Kennel Club-Registered German Shepherd. Father is a Super Dog, Able to Leap Tall Fences In a Single Bound
Also, 1 Gay Bull for Sale
Must Sell Washer and Dryer
Reporter: “What do you think of Western Civilization?”
Mahatma Gandhi: “I think it would be a good idea.”
MP: “Mr. Churchill, must you fall asleep while I’m speaking?”
Winston Churchill: “No, it’s purely voluntary.”
George Bernard Shaw: “Have reserved 2 tickets for opening night. Come and bring a friend, if you have one.”
Winston Churchill: “Impossible to come first night. Will come second night, if you have one.”
Actress: “I enjoyed reading your book. Who wrote it for you?”
Author Ilka Chase: “Darling, I’m so glad that you liked it. Who read it to you?”
Opera Audience Member: “What do you think of the singer’s execution?
Calvin Coolidge: “I’m all for it.”
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Aries Mar. 21 – Apr. 19: Now is the time to pull up your socks and get down to business while Spring fever is in the air. Much can be accomplished now.
Taurus Apr. 20 – May 20: There’s more than 1 way to get there. If you’re feeling frustrated, Taurean, consider another tact, or adjust your sails a bit.
Gemini May 21 – June 20: There’s no such thing as a bad day, Gemini, Some days are better than others, and everything is temporary. Keep this in mind in April.
Cancer June 21 – July 22: There’s no such thing as a short cut to realize something worthwhile. Here’s your chance. Do your due diligence and plan ahead.
Leo July 23 – Aug. 22: Around this time of year, Leo, you tend to get a little antsy and inspired. Strike while the sun is getting brighter. You ARE a Sun sign, after all!
Virgo Aug. 23 – Sept. 22: Ever wonder how things turned out this way? We are the sum total of everything we’ve ever thought, said or done. Think about it.
Libra Sept. 23 – Oct. 22: Before you put the time and effort into your plan, seek help from one who knows what the road ahead will look like, then stand on their shoulders!
Scorpio Oct. 23 – Nov. 21: Someone you haven’t heard from in a while will be top of mind. Make the first move to connect while you can.
Sagittarius Nov. 22 – Dec. 21: All you ever really want is a fighting chance, right Sagittarius? Well, here it comes! Don’t make light of it or let it slip by.
Capricorn Dec. 22 – Jan. 19: Health matters dominate your thoughts. Seek info and help to put your mind at ease. Then, trust the experts, and yourself!
Aquarius Jan. 20 – Feb. 18: Going for broke is not a safe bet. Put some more thought into your plan before implementing it. Go with what truly feels right.
Pisces Feb. 19 – Mar. 20: If this was the last week of your life, how would you, and with whom, would you like to spend it? Pretend it is the last and have fun!
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In 1995, 14 wolves were released in Yellowstone National Park. No one expected the miracle that the wolves would bring. It started with the wolves hunting deer. This led to a rapidly decreasing deer population. Thanks to the deer’s absence, those parts started to regenerate. Forests of Aspen and Willow started to flourish. That’s when things really started to happen. With the trees and bushes came more berries and bugs. Then various bird species started moving in. With the increasing tree population, the beaver returned, and the dams they built provided habitats for otters, muskrats and reptiles.. The wolves also killed coyotes. As a result. the numbers of rabbits and mice grew, which meant more hawks and eagles, red foxes, badgers and weasels in the park. Even the numbers of Bald Eagles and Ravens rose. The wolves changed the behaviour of the rivers. With more balance between predator and prey came the possibility for other species to thrive. There was less erosion because of increased vegetation and the riverbanks were stabilized, the channels narrowed, more pools formed and the rivers stayed more fixed in their course. So the wolves not only transformed the great ecosystem of Yellowstone, they also changed the park’s physical geography … Just 14 wolves!
“A pretty face gets old, a nice body will change, but a good woman will always be a good woman.”
– Richelle E. Goodrich