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A wife sent a message to her husband..

A wife sent a message to her husband: “Don’t forget to buy vegetables on your way back from the office, and Priscilla says hi to you.”

Husband: Who is Priscilla?

Wife: Nobody, I was just making sure you read my message.

Husband: But I’m with Priscilla right now, so which Priscilla are you talking about?

Wife: Where are you??

Husband: Near the vegetable market.

Wife: Wait I’m coming there right now…

After 10 minutes she texts her husband, “Where are you?”

Husband: I’m at the office. Now that you are at the market, buy whatever vegetables you need.

unbelievable for me

A Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled Tuesday that a man committed a crime when he made a “gun-like hand gesture” toward his neighbor during a spat, saying the man “risked an altercation” with his actions.
WTAE-TV reported Manor Township resident Stephen Kirchner, 64, was charged last year for summary disorderly conduct after making the gesture toward a neighbor who subsequently called the cops. Kirchner was found guilty.

According to the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office, “Kirchner argued on appeal that the gesture did not cause a hazardous or physically offensive condition, that he did not intend to cause public alarm, and that there essentially was no harm done to the victim or society.”

Kirchner told WGAL-TV all he meant was “right back at ya” to his neighbor, who he says made an offensive gesture toward Kirchner first by flipping him off “with both hands,” Fox News reported.

Court documents stated that Kirchner had “stopped, made eye contact with [the neighbor] and then made a hand gesture at him imitating the firing and recoiling of a gun.”

Apparently, Kirchner and the neighbor had been involved in an ongoing feud, and the neighbor had installed video cameras because of the tension. Kirchner’s gesture was caught on the surveillance footage.

The Superior Court found that Kirchner’s actions “served no legitimate purpose, and recklessly risked provoking a dangerous situation.” He was hit with a $100 fine and also ordered to pay court costs.

red flag insanity

A 16-year-old student at a Colorado high school was informed by the school district Wednesday that he was not allowed to return to classes until the school could conduct an investigation into an anonymous tip that he had posted “threatening” content online.
The parents of a junior at Loveland High School learned Wednesday that their son could not appear on campus until the Thompson Valley School District (TVSD) conducted a full investigation into a “Safe-2-Tell” anonymous tip prompted by a Snapchat post by their teen son.

16-year-old Nathan Myers and his mother Justine Myers went to a shooting range on Tuesday, a moment that Nathan celebrated by posting a video on Snapchat showing some of the guns they were going to bring, including hand guns and an AR-15. The caption for the post read, “Finna be lit,” which he explained to Complete Colorado is just slang used among his peers meaning he’s “excited” about the chance to go to the range with his mom, who he hadn’t seen in a few weeks due to his parents being separated.

“While we were at her house getting ready to go, I took a video of five or six pistols and an AR-15,” Nathan told the outlet. “None of them were loaded, they were all in their cases.”

“We had a great day,” said Justine, a self-described gun enthusiast. “This is what we do. Nathan has been shooting many times with us. We are huge Second Amendment supporters.”

Nathan also posted video of them at the range:

When they returned from shooting, Justine learned from messages left by Nathan’s father that police officers had come to the house asking about his initial Snapchat post.

“His father told them he was out shooting with me, I am an avid shooter,” Justine explained. “So, the officers said he wasn’t in trouble and left.”

Though the family thought the issue was settled, the next morning they were informed by the school district that Nathan could not return to classes.

“I called to ask why I couldn’t go, and they said it was a safety concern because the student who reported it was scared I was going to shoot up the school,” Nathan said.

The Myers say Nathan has never had any conflict with another student, enjoys a large circle of friends, and has no criminal record.

The Myers’ “threat assessment hearing” with TVSD was scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday.

Pro-Second Amendment site Rally for Our Rights’ Lesley Hollywood reports that she spoke with Justine, “as well as two different attorneys who specialize in Second Amendment issues,” and found that the school “is legally within their rights at this time.”

“According to the attorneys, the school has a protocol that must be followed when a report of a threat comes in through Safe 2 Tell or other means, even if the report is completely false – and there is nothing parents or students can legally do about it, even with a lawyer,” she reports.

Complete Colorado notes, however, that Colorado-based pro-Second Amendment organization Rocky Mountain Gun Owners “posted on Facebook that it would supply the family with legal representation if the student’s story ‘bears out as first reported.'”

Complete Colorado reached out to Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams to get his reaction to the situation. After sending him the Snapchat post with no context, the outlet asked Reams for his interpretation of the post. He said he thought it just seemed like a kid excited to go to a firing range. When he learned about the school district’s response, he expressed disbelief.

“This is exactly the mechanics of the Red Flag Law,” Reams told the outlet. “Someone filed an anonymous complaint, without the other person knowing it was being filed, but instead of him being deprived of his Second Amendment rights, he’s being deprived of his ability to go to school without due process.”

The teen simply “exercised his First Amendment right to use his Second Amendment right,” said Reams, adding, “I hope this doesn’t make him fear that in the future.”

enough of this!!!

After losing in men’s cross country races for the first three years of his running career in college, Jonathan Eastwood who now goes by ‘June’ is a biological male who decided to compete this year in an NCAA Division 1 women’s race as a ‘transgender.’ Eastwood’s personal best in the 800 meters is 1:55.23, that’s almost four seconds faster than the collegiate record of 1:59.10 set by Raevyn Rogers in 2017; personal best in the 1500 is 3:50.19. Jenny Simpson’s collegiate record, unchallenged for a decade, is almost 10 seconds slower (3:59.90). Eastwood has run 14:38.80 in the 5,000, far ahead of Simpson’s collegiate record of 15:01.70.

If he fails there, he’ll identify as retarded and run in the Special Olympics.

If the biological girls compete against ‘June’, they are part of the problem. Boycott these men taking over your sports! Unless you are all for it, and then i don’t care.

more insanity

” At George Washington University, the powers that be are apparently capitulating to students who protested against the school’s mascot, the “Colonial,” as the student center, which used to be named “Colonial Central,” is now called the “Student Services Hub.” The student group ‘Colonial Army,’ which draws students to attend sporting events for the school, rebranded itself ‘George’s Army.’ “

Snowflakers: Colonial was the name every European power gave their land holdings outside of Europe. Even we called ourselves “colonials” and “colonist”. Our first governing body was the Continental Congress with the Continental Army that had as commander General George Washington.

strange to see

It’s strange to see Christians advocating abstinence only sex education…

According to their own religion, even abstinence isn’t 100% effective.