This is Frank. He is an excellent cat. He doesn’t like turkey.
"There’s nowhere I’d rather celebrate this Thanksgiving than right here with the toughest, strongest, best and bravest warriors on the face of the Earth." - President
Turkey is almost done, got a large butternut squash roasting (simple recipie-afer scooping out the "stringy stuff" and seeds, add butter,s&p,brown sugar, cinnamon and maple syrup,into where the strings/seeds were).Stuffing ready to bake along with green bean casserole (yeh,boring to some but holds a lot of happy memorys).Getting ready to peel potatos (mashd potatos&gravy, Cranberry sauce chilling in the fridge.Apple and Pumpkin pies ready.3 Doxi's who think im cooking for them NOPE! are whining
In addition to the obvious dangers they face, military working dogs are at risk of temporary and permanent hearing loss as a result of their role.
Whether in training, during transport such as helicopter flights, or in actual operations, the dogs can be exposed to “high-decibel noise."
In an attempt to solve this problem, an Army small business innovation program has developed new gear designed to protect the ears of military dogs.
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Now this is funny!
Here's Google's policy update to which Parscale is referring:
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.