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  1. Carrying concealed: question for ladies

    Hi everybody, I have a question for ladies who frequently carry concealed weapons. What carrying equipment do you use, so it would keep your gun well concealed, ready to use, and allow you to wear typical women clothes? Yes, I know there are places you can buy carrying equipment for women, but...
  2. Rhode Islanders: open gun discussion in Providence

    The discussion is open to the public, so, we can go there and speak up. Please be polite, respectful, and stay on the subject. Prepare your testimony at home. Don't be wordy, rather provide a few main points. Hopefully I will be there.
  3. Crackdown on insurance companies at work!

    I just started my psychiatric nursing rotation. Beside other things, the instructor told us that it is very difficult now to be admitted to a psych facility. I mean, even if you are suicidal, but you don't have a plan of a suicide, the insurance company won't pay for your admission. A few years...
  4. Rabbit recepies

    How do you guys cook bunnies? I have a 3 lb pack of front quaters and want to do something special out of it. Share your secrets!
  5. Herman Cain: what do you think?

    I read his site today, and I like a lot about this man. First, he is an experienced businessman and he understands a role of the private sector in the economy. Second, he offers practical solutions and can explain why it will work. Third, he is a hard-working American, and his plan will favor...
  6. Yellow Lab Found!

    It's may not be the most appropriate place for such posting, but I use whatever media I have an access to. A yellow lab was found in Providence on Sunday, September 18th. I will return the dog to the owner or give to a good, caring home. If you know someone who lost the dog, please inform them...
  7. A Cat for Adoption

    A large, very friendly, grey tabby kitty boy is roaming around my neighborhood. Supposingly he used to live in a home but then the people moved and left the cat. He is young, seems to be healthy, loves people, headbutts and purrs a lot. If anyone is interested, please PM me directly. If you are...
  8. German, anyone?

    I just started to study German. Wondering if there are any other German learners here, who wish to study together. I have a Rosetta Stone which I can share. Please let me know! Danke!
  9. New Hampshire

    I went to New Hampshire, where I rode a horse, got lost on an abandoned road, saw a moose right in front of my car, and shot machine guns. If you will be somewhere near Woodstock, NH, don't forget to visit Machine Gun Safary there. It is costly, but totally worth it!
  10. Fundraising Shoot in Wrentham - pictures added

    Hi everybody, My friends from Wrentham gun club agreed to host a fundraising shoot to benefit my small veterinary project in Nicaragua. Everybody is invited, as long as you are already familiar with gun safety. The Club address is: 7 Madison Street, Wrentham; right at the intersection of 495...
  11. How to raise money?

    So my friends, I need to raise money to support my veterinary projects in Nicaragua. In particular, currenlty I need to raise about twelve hundred to buy all kind of used equipment and medications and to take with me there. The veterinarians in that country don't have any sophisticated stuff to...
  12. Tornado

    Just letting everyone know that there is a free room in my house. It's not too clean as nobody lives there, but can accomodate two or three people. So if you guys need a place to stay, if your house is damaged or whatever (I hope that I just worry too much), you are more than welcome to my...
  13. I am baaaaaack!

    Hi everybody, I hope most people still remember me, the crazy-crazy Rhode Island lady [smile] Sorry for disappearing for so long time! I'll try not to do it again! Since recently I became a consultant for Pampered Chef, doing cooking shows and selling kitchen utensils. Whatever profit I make I...
  14. Won a rifle, want to sell it

    Hi everybody! I hope you guys did not forget me yet [smile] I just went to a professional conference in Atlanta, GA, and there we had a clay shooting event. I totally ashamed myself (or, if you wish to be politically correct, did very well for a first-time clay shooter). So, I won a...
  15. 30 hour famine

    I am helping Woodlawn Baptist Church to raise money for a 30 hours Famine, an annual event held by World Vision, an organisation dedicated to helping starving children in developing nations. Here is the website: http://www.30hourfamine.org From Friday to Saturday, many young people in Woodlawn...
  16. Inspiring stories

    Did anything strange, miraclous, mystical ever happened to you? I can remember a few of such stories, however, the most impressive ones happened to people I know, not to me. I start with a story which happened to me maybe ten years ago. My first car was a 1985 Crysler New Yorker, and I have to...
  17. Tonight bus trip to DC: need help!

    I am sorry for asking for that so late, guys. But I live in Providence, which is a sort of far away from Ludlow. So I'm wondering if anyone who is also going lives somewhere in the midway between Prov and Ludlow, and would agree to allow me to park in his or her place or go to Ludlow by my car...
  18. My speach at the Tea Party!!!

    Here is a video of my first public speakink experience at Tea Party in Providence. I even like it myself!!! http://www.youtube.com/user/rachelabombdotcom#p/a/u/0/vY6D5PZ-aOY
  19. Sleeping bag needed

    In June, I am going with Remote Area Veterinary Services people to Fort Berthold Indian reservation to work as a veterinary technician volunteer. We will have to live in pretty harsh conditions, I mean, no beds as we know it! Unfortunatelly, I do not have neither sleeping bag nor a backpack. I...
  20. Tea Party: did you go?

    Did you go at your local Tea Party meeting? I went, and I don't regret! First, I had spoken in front of the crowd for the first time in my life. Second, I had met the dog who several times was a patient in the animal hospital where I used to work. Third, I met a lot of nice people, and had some...
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