Monthly Archives: November 2015

Climate violence in Paris

The protesters smashed bottles.  When the bottles ran out the they  began smashing the votive candles that had been placed in  memorial for the terror victims. As my old friend, Buddy Taylor (rest his soul) would likely say, “Heathen bastards.” … Continue reading

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100 Pounds | Lady Bronc Riders

 With a few exceptions (many of which I am proud to say I know) it looks like the gals today are a lot like the guys of today–they just don’t make ’em like they used to. — jtl Adrian Buckaroogirl … Continue reading

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  Dear Friends, After a wonderful Thanksgiving Day with family and friends our hearts are full of gratitude and joy. We hope yesterday found you with family, friends, fun and food. We love this time of year. We wish we … Continue reading

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Dave Stamey – Dusty Road

  Nancy Simmonds       FOLLOW FLYOVER PRESS ON FACEBOOK Check out our WebSite Check out our e-Store Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manual. This is the ideal squeal to A Handbook for Ranch Managers.  Although the ecological principles remain the … Continue reading

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2016 weather outlook: Is drought in the forecast?

 If you don’t have a drought plan, get one. In fact, you should have had one yesterday. Do you even know how to do a drought plan? If not, get started learning today. Ask me. Drought planning is especially essential … Continue reading

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Consumers want transparency. Are you ready?

 Transparency requirements flow down the supply chain. Are you ready for consumers to take a hard, long look at your operation? The cold hard facts of life. — jtl, 419 by Wes Ishmael in BEEF Editors’ Blog If you’re growing … Continue reading

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What To Be Thankful for

Source: What To Be Thankful for What if, on Thanksgiving Day, our gratitude is not to the government that assails our freedoms but to God, who gave us our freedoms? What if, on Thanksgiving Day, our gratitude is for life, … Continue reading

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Ponder This

Take a close look at this map: Undoubtedly, you’ve seen maps like it before. It is a map of the lands claimed by the federal government of the United States of America. And, undoubtedly, you can see that there is … Continue reading

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J.B. Mauney rides Bruiser

I do believe JB Mauney is the best bull rider to have ever lived. — jtl, 419 J.B. Mauney rides Bruiser for 92.75 points to win Round 4 of the 2015 PBR BFTS World Finals in Las Vegas, NV. reading

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A King of Men Downed by Barney Fifes

 A king of men was killed by boys in blue, or rather by deputy sheriffs, Barney Fife’s types. But these Barney Fifes, while just as insecure as he of Mayberry, are on steroids and their AR’s have banana clips full … Continue reading

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