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Maybe I'm mistaken, but it seems like I remember troops were forbidden from dealing with these types of businesses along with other, shall we say, unsavory establishments because these types of lenders were so predatory.
Pez, cherry pez. :D
Hope the writer doesn't see this one, she'll be flabberghasted. Maybe she can explain to him about staying off the tracks.
Oh, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive. Smile, wait for the flash. What was that line Nixon used ?
I hear we taxpayers were able to afford a raise for the guv's new cabinet. Nice way to cut spending, huh ?
Does anyone know where he stands on forced pooling of property ? If I understand correctly, it is still currently possible for big companies to use someone's property against their will if enough neighbors agree to allow fracking on theirs.
Sadly, there is much injustice, but how do you quantify it ? How do you value the life of a murderer over that of the victim ? If we are wrong as a society to send to their Maker those which have no sense of value for human life, then we will answer for that when we ourselves meet our Maker, but I would have to say that it's a chance I'm willing to take.
Really, Roman Catholic moral teaching ? Sort of a cotradiction in terms to me nowadays.
FFWF, sorry, didn't mean to get so much off the original subject. She talked about her hounds being private property, yet many hunters do not respect private property(land). I guess my point is that until the mindset of those in authority changes, I do not believe any of the laws here in Moore county will change either in regards to running dogs or any dogs that are chained whether they are pets or used for hunting. Thanks for posting the link.
I would be interested to know more about what she considers "properly kept on a chain". I also wonder if the hounds she raises go hunting and if they cross others' land, intentionally or otherwise. After all, that is my private property and dogs should no more be allowed on my property than should the neighbor's cattle be allowed to graze on my front lawn. I'm sure she loves her animals and I commend her that they are well cared for. However, I would have to say that most dogs that I have seen chained are obviously not as she says, loved and provided shelter, food, clean water, and well-provided for. The Animal Services Advisory Board liason to the county board is in that position to make certain that running hunting dogs is here to stay, giving hunters more rights than property owners. It's his agenda, so I doubt Moore county will do anything to regulate dogs being chained because that's the way the good 'ol boys like it.
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