Whatever happened to the C.O.D option?

Aside from the obvious danger to the delivery person delivering a C.O.D.   How did the modern world put an end to the C.O.D?  Whatever happened to the world that allowed people to write a check or pay cash at their front door when a product was delivered.  You can pay cash for a pizza but Amazon, Ebay, and just about every online retailer as been enchanted by the wicked spell cast by PayPal's paranoid influence on commerce.  PayPal making demons look saintly since 1998.

Invisibility Superpower

I've been talking to myself on the internet for so long and I'm just now realizing it's because I have an invisibility superpower.


Make Teachers Wear Underwear

State Takes Over Arkansas School District That Had To Make Teachers Wear Underwear

6TH Annual Pass Area Veterans Expo Jan. 31, 2015 9A.M - 1P.M.

Winchester Community Clean-up Feb, 21, 2015 8A.M.- 12P.M.

Terror in the news

There are plenty of horror stories to chose from but the media always picks a common theme and fixates on it.  Lately the common news horror story has been fire.  Using fire to burn down buildings in protest, fires consuming apartment complexes, killing sleeping occupants, people jumping to the death, or severe injury.  Yesterday a gas truck exploded near a Children's hospital in Mexico.  Whether or not this was an act of terror I don't know.   It is terrifying, and it is again fire related.
There a certain types of horror stories that could each have their own channel and run 24 hours a day: child abuse, animal abuse because they are that common.  Yes that should disturb you.  Maybe they should start running channels to show how prevalent these types of crimes are.  The modern world wants to be willfully ignorant, but loves instant constant stimulation.


Prosecutors won't charge man in killing of burglar

Californians can use deadly force to protect themselves inside their homes if they feel they are in imminent danger.

Disneyland has Gone Viral

51 measly infections linked to Disneyland and it goes viral.
A real world example of the commonly used term: viral.


Carrying the Cross throughout California

Yesterday I saw this man along Hwy 74 on my way to work.  I turned around and asked if he wanted a bottle of water.   He ( Wes ) asked if I needed prayer for anything.  I told him my life is blessed with many wonderful things.  I asked if we could pray for the Hemet Valley, so we did.   He gave me a book titled "Living Waters"

The book begins with:
The Gospel according to St. John

In the beginning was the Word,
and the Word was with God,
and the Word was God.

He wrote my name in his book underneath Veronica.  I told him about Veronica wiping the face of Jesus.  As part of the Stations of the Cross.   He wiped the sweat from His ace on her cloth and it left His image there.

Odd Couple remake theme needs to be remade.

a comment posted on a trailer video
Stonefallow 1 week ago Please let this new theme disappear into obscurity.


Pro Law Enforcement rally and candle light vigil. Sultan (K9)

glad I was able to go...I lit my candle from the flame of the girl who worked at the vet office where Sultan was taken.  The police chief told the crowd it was important for law enforcement to know the community stands with them.  He said he attended the event as a member of the community, and said it is lifting the moral of his officers to see the community come together like this. 


This is what happens to the road when cars aren't driven on them

Hemet residents care more about the K-9 than the criminal

HEMET: Community mourns slain K-9



When: 3 p.m. Saturday
Where: Gibbel Park, Florida Avenue and Kirby Street, Hemet


When: 6 p.m. Saturday
Where: San Jacinto sheriff’s station, 160 W. Sixth St., San Jacinto
Honoring: Sultan, a sheriff’s K-9 slain Wednesday, and law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty


Contributions to a memorial, funeral and training replacement fund for Sultan are being collected by the city of San Jacinto. They can be mailed to:
City of San Jacinto
Sultan Fund
595 S. San Jacinto Ave.
San Jacinto, CA 92383

MURRIETA: Rocket launcher found along I-15

Workers cutting brush and trees along Interstate 15 made an unexpected discovery Thursday morning -- a rocket launcher 

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Islam has second flogging postponed for another week

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I see you shiver with anticipation

Riverside County Sheriff K9 shot killed



Riverside County Sheriff's Department, California

End of Watch: Wednesday, January 21, 2015

On January 21, 2015, at approximately 2:30 pm, deputies from the Hemet Sheriff's Station responded to the area of San Jacinto Street and Clark Drive in regards to a wanted felon seen in the area.  Upon the deputies' arrival they received information that the suspect was last seen in a property located on the 40200 block of Clark Drive.  A San Jacinto Police K9 handler and his K9 partner "Sultan" responded to assist in the search of the wanted felon.  
During the search, K9 Sultan alerted to a crawl space underneath a residence.  Due to the confined space K9 Sultan was sent in to determine if the suspect was hiding.  Moments later an indistinguishable noise was heard and K9 Sultan returned from the crawl space with an injury to his neck. K9 Sultan was immediately transported to local veterinarian hospital where he expired.
Because the suspect refused to exit the residence and barricaded himself inside, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department SWAT Team responded. During the lengthy standoff, SWAT personnel made numerous announcements to have the suspect surrender.  
In an attempt to have the suspect surrender peacefully, SWAT personnel deployed tear gas.  Shortly thereafter, the suspect emerged from underneath the residence armed with a handgun and a deputy involved shooting occurred.  
The suspect died on scene and his name is being withheld pending positive identification and notification of next of kin.  No deputies were injured and per department policy the involved deputies will be placed on paid administrative leave.  
Investigators from the Hemet Sheriff's Station and the Riverside County Sheriff's Central Homicide Unit responded to the scene and assumed control of the investigation.  This is an active investigation, and no further details will be released at this time.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Investigator  Alfaro at the Riverside Sheriff's Central Homicide Unit (951) 955-2777 or Investigator Porrazzo  with the Hemet Sheriff's Station (951) 791-3400.