Wednesday, February 25, 2009

May God bless and keep you always

May your wishes all come true,
May you always do for others
And let others do for you.
May you build a ladder to the stars
And climb on every rung,
May you stay forever young,
Forever young, forever young,
May you stay forever young

May you grow up to be righteous,
May you grow up to be true,
May you always know the truth
And see the lights surrounding you.
May you always be courageous,
Stand upright and be strong,
May you stay forever young,
Forever young, forever young,
May you stay forever young

May your hands always be busy,
May your feet always be swift,
May you have a strong foundation
When the winds of changes shift.
May your heart always be joyful,
May your song always be sung,
May you stay forever young,
Forever young, forever young,
May you stay forever young.
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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Blues for Peace-Israel

"Blues for Peace was set up in Israel to honor the roots of blues music and promote peace and the understanding that ALL peoples have had their share of the blues."

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Shovel, shots end close encounter with polar bear

By Ken Meaney, Canwest News ServiceFebruary 18, 2009

It wasn't until he hit the polar bear with a shovel that Ed Dyson felt he was in any danger.

The massive animal stopped and glared up at him an arm's length away, Dyson recalled Wednesday.

"I didn't like the look he gave me, to tell you the truth," he said with a chuckle. "He was quite a big bear. I'd say he weighed a good 1,000 pounds."

The bear had ambled up Tuesday as Dyson watched from his porch in Black Tickle, in southern Labrador.

Metres from Dyson, it grabbed his small dog and tossed it in the air, he said.

"When the dog landed, he ran under the (porch) and the bear tried to get at him . . . so then I had a smack at him with the shovel. But that didn't stop him much," he said.

Dyson said he got his rifle and fired into the ground, but the bear still wouldn't budge. "He just more or less looked at me, so I fired at him again, and that time I nicked him."

Dyson said it took one more shot from the low-calibre weapon, hitting the bear in the side, to force it away.

His dog, a small beagle-cross, wasn't harmed, Dyson said. As for the bear, others told him they saw it later entering the ocean.

Polar bears are frequent visitors to Black Tickle, Dyson said, but they usually aren't a danger.

"I've seen bears before — but not a bear so close as that. If I had a mind to reach down I could have put my hand on it."

Dyson has told his tale to wildlife officers. Calls for comment were not returned Wednesday.
© Copyright (c) Canwest News Service

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Wednesday, February 18, 2009


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Monday, February 16, 2009

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Who is king of the jungle?

The supergun that kills from a mile - and the camouflaged crackshots using it against the Taliban

y Christopher Leake
Last updated at 1:04 AM on 16th February 2009

British Army snipers call it 'the Silent Assassin' and it is the weapon the Taliban fear the most.
It is the British-made L115A3 Long Range Rifle which, in recent weeks, has killed scores of enemy fighters in Afghanistan.
In a new initiative on the front line, the Army is using sniper platoons to target the Taliban and 'The Long', as the snipers call it, can take out insurgents from a mile away.
Made to measure: Army sniper Yuppie in his home-made camouflage suit
Many of the elite marksmen who use the rifle make their own extraordinary suits of camouflage to stay hidden from the Taliban.
Some have been known to go 'under cover' for two days while they pick off the enemy.
Last week Army snipers were training with the rifle and full camouflage on the snow-covered ranges of the Support Weapons School at the Land Warfare Centre at Warminster, Wiltshire.
Enlarge Deadly: The rifle is known as 'The Long' and can take out insurgents from a mile away
One of them, known as Yuppie, said: 'You could call it made-to-measure camouflage.
'This one is green string tied into sheets, then covered in straw with straps attached so it fits tight. It took three months and a lot of patience to make.'
His comrade Dean, who like Yuppie is a veteran of Iraq, Afghanistan, Bosnia and Northern Ireland, said: 'I wouldn't say us snipers are an elite, but we think we're a cut above the rest.'
The L115A3 Long Range Sniper Rifle - based on a weapon used by the British Olympic shooting team - weighs 15lbs, fires 8.59mm rounds and has a range of 1,100-1,500 yards.

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