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The law is the law, regardless of politics
The law is the law, regardless of politics

I am probably in the Guinness Book of Records for having committed the highest number of stupid acts. Not proud of that. At some point in time, I may have written a stupid column.
Stupid happens in the absence of critical thinking. I know it, you know it, and the American people know it.
The NC legislature apparently escaped a degree of stupidity by not passing an act that was designed purely to create political capital for specific legislators.

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Hoping summertime gets here soon!
Hoping summertime gets here soon!

This weather is just blowing my mind.
One day, we are sniffling, sneezing and wiping our eyes with our short sleeve shirts just as we should be doing on a typical spring day and then the next we are wearing sweaters and turning up the heat.
My closets at home are full of both winter and summer clothes because I'm scared to put up anything.

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Some bizarre news headlines to ponder
Some bizarre news headlines to ponder

It's been some time since we've cleaned up the files here at Soapbox headquarters. But, the jewels we have this week should more than make up for the weight. If nothing else, we once more confirm that truth is stranger than fiction. Much, much more stranger.

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Backward Glances
Backward Glances

GIRL SCOUTS -- This photo originally published in The Graphic on October 8, 1970. Girl Scouts in Nashville are shown displaying the United Fund Flag as a reminder that the United Fund of Rocky Mount supports Girl Scouts. Scouts pictured are (left to right) Brownie Drillious Jordan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jordan, Scout Leader Mrs. Charles Johnson and her daughters Cadet Jo Ann and Junior Karen.

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Nash County Animal Friends' Notebook
Nash County Animal Friends' Notebook

Wouldn't it be nice instead of raining cats and dogs, it would rain dollars? It DOES make a difference when you donate. It is what helps us to keep offering spay/neuter to adopters. It is what encourages Rescues.
So many Southern dogs have heartworms and Rescues end up having so many being treated that they cannot afford more, even if they have the space. If we can help with the upfront financial vetting burden, more lives can be saved.

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