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mama bear and five cubs come to the family pool

Well, maybe they aren't pets, but thought it a story worth tossing in this pool.
I posted the story in GD

Here is one of the links I went to:

Do enjoy,
Posted by AnotherDreamWeaver | Mon Aug 24, 2015, 01:07 AM (3 replies)

Didn't find a link on DU about Mama Bear and 5 cubs taking over the family pool

My sister mentioned it on the phone, so I did a search, for over an hour they played.

(Check whoever, some have video, the kids reactions are "Kids reactions" and I wonder what they will think later after they hear from the world.)
Posted by AnotherDreamWeaver | Mon Aug 24, 2015, 01:00 AM (5 replies)

Willie and Merle, "It's all going to Pot"

Hadn't seen this posted here, and thought it appropriate. Didn't play all the way through for me, a "shop now" cut it off, but it's enough to enjoy these guys:

Merle Haggard - Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard - It's All Going To Pot


Posted by AnotherDreamWeaver | Mon Apr 27, 2015, 12:37 PM (3 replies)

I voted Wed. because I was sent a ballot and told my polling place was closed.

Today I learn my polling place is open. WHAT THE FUCK IS THAT ABOUT.....
Posted by AnotherDreamWeaver | Sat Nov 1, 2014, 12:05 AM (3 replies)

French man dies in Death Valley afteer leaving tour bus in 115 degree heat


(You all take care of yourselves, and drink plenty of water when in the heat.)
Posted by AnotherDreamWeaver | Wed Jun 11, 2014, 12:21 AM (12 replies)

Rattle snake in the house/what a rush

I've finished dinner and checking my email and the young dog starts barking like mad. I figure a deer may be in the yard or something and he wants out. I go to the door and there is a rattle snake. I open the door and he moves right out. What a rush something like that brings on. This is the 7th I've seen this spring. The weed eater tossed one I hadn't seen away from me. You just must imagine how glad I am it didn't toss it toward me.

Just thought I would share a moment that really grabbed my attention.

Wish you all well,
Posted by AnotherDreamWeaver | Tue Jun 3, 2014, 02:44 AM (22 replies)

Great news: New England sees a return of forests and wildlife

About our East Coast Habitat:

(The caption of the picture seems off, that doesn't look much like restored forest.)
Posted by AnotherDreamWeaver | Sun Sep 1, 2013, 02:33 AM (27 replies)

Does anyone know why posts on the left side of the Greatest Page have a line through them?

this side, when I copied and pasted it the line through it vanished???

Greatest Threads (sorted by time)
Posted by AnotherDreamWeaver | Sat Aug 31, 2013, 04:12 PM (24 replies)

No Weed, Just Weeds. A SWAT Raid in Texas.

A site search didn't show this had been posted:

No Weed, Just Weeds

City of Arlington SWAT Raid on Peaceful Organic Farmers is a Big Budget Bust

Click here for updates and progress in this matter

Arlington, TX August 5, 2013

At around seven thirty last Friday morning, inhabitants of The Garden of Eden, a small Intentional Community based on Sustainability, were awakened by a SWAT raid conducted by the City of Arlington for suspicion of being a full fledged marijuana growth and trafficking operation. Ultimately only a single arrest was made based on unrelated outstanding traffic violations, a handful of citations were given for city code violations, and zero drug related violations were found.

The entire operation lasted about 10 hours and involved many dozens of city officials, SWAT team, police officers and code compliance employees, and numerous official vehicles including dozens of police cars and several specialized vehicular equipment that was involved in the “abatement” operation. Witnesses say that there were helicopters and unmanned flying drones circling the property in the days prior to the raid that are presumed to have been a part of the intelligence gathering. The combined expenses for the raid itself and the collection of information leading up to the fruitless raid are estimated in the tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars.

All 8 adults present in the house were initially handcuffed at the gunpoint of heavily armed SWAT officers, including the mother of a 22 month old and a two week old baby who was separated from her children during the raid. The police enforced activity on the day of the raid included mowing the grass, the forcible destruction of both wild and cultivated plants like blackberries, lamb’s quarters and okra, and the removal of other varied materials from around the premises such as pallets, tires and cardboard that the Community members say they had collected for use in sustainability projects. No marijuana or other drugs were found on site and the inhabitants of the premises were all unarmed.

After several hours and many requests from the community members, the City Police Officers finally produced two warrants. The first was a Search Warrant for a suspected marijuana growth and distribution operation purportedly being concealed on the premises. There was also an Inspection & Abatement Warrant for code compliance violations such as tall grass and storage in the yard, an issue that the City of Arlington and The Garden of Eden have been disputing since February of this year. The marijuana warrant was issued based on an unsubstantiated claim by an Arlington City Police Officer of possession of marijuana by one of the community members for which there is no police record. Garden of Eden community members also say they have a series of documents showing that their dispute with the City of Arlington over the code compliance violations had already been addressed and settled.

(That's the first 4 paragraphs, more at link.)
Posted by AnotherDreamWeaver | Wed Aug 14, 2013, 02:14 AM (26 replies)

Here is a 360 degree view from Pole Mountain, the Sonoma Land Trust is trying to purchase

this property. It is the Fire Lookout for our several Fire Departments. If you know of any way to help them it would be appreciated.

Posted by AnotherDreamWeaver | Sat Jul 20, 2013, 02:22 AM (0 replies)
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