Sunday, November 29, 2015

Bean bags and rubber bullets vs. AK-47's

Thanks to our border operation, I was spared witnessing the ungrateful masses, at this year's annual F.O.R. Food Bank Thanksgiving meal distribution event, in Maricopa, AZ. I gladly passed the ladle and “Soup Nazi” title to a neighbor. I also loaned him my two burner Coleman stove. Year after year, I've watched people cut the line, complain, argue and act uncivilized, over a $6.00 turkey, a box of stuffing and a can of green beans. A cold morning, sleeping on the ground, in the inhospitable “Contested Zone” was far more to my liking.

Bean bags and rubber bullets vs. AK-47's: No wonder the Border Patrol is having trouble recruiting. Meanwhile, the Pinal County Sheriff's Office said it would become the nation's first police agency at any level to use the Osa handgun, a Russian-designed four-chamber break-action pistol that uses a laser target pointer and shoots rubber bullets. It's a weapon they say will lead to more captures and fewer deaths on the border. Babeu KTAR

Ending on a more positive note, I stumbled upon a car show at the Raceway Bar & Grill, located next door to the Farmers Convenience Store. Enjoy...

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