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Thursday, February 28, 2013

You Fight Like a Girl!

Some universities are telling women that they should urinate or vomit on themselves, instead of defending themselves, when they are faced with a rapist
Courtesy of University of Colorado


And some politicians think that women should not have guns because they may shoot their attempted rapist


And then there are the parents that are raising this 13 year old girl in the video.  I bet this girl, if ever faced with the threat of being violated by a rapist, will know exactly what to do...she will FIGHT LIKE A GIRL!  Her name is Katelyn Francis and she is a phenomenal 3 gun competition shooter; her parents should be proud.



Happy Shooting
Anthony

Monday, February 4, 2013

Playing Cowboys


I secretly, okay maybe not-so-secretly, can not wait until Harrison is old enough to play "make believe".  When Harrison was born I told Ashley that having a boy was great because now I actually have an excuse for all of the "childish" things that I want to do, but the truth is, they are childhood adventures and I am thrilled to be able to share them with Harrison.  Every little boy should spend their life as a cowboy, a pirate, a pilot, a soldier, and an explorer escaping the hot lava (DON'T TOUCH THE CARP...HOT LAVA!!!) and every parent should relish being invited into and included in this life of their child.  At this age Harrison and I only play rocket ship, which means I get a mean arm workout as I whip him through the space above my head.  He laughs and smiles and he does not know it but he is spending his first year as an astronaut, orbiting planet daddy.

I am sure we will have at least one daughter and when we do I will oblige her to have afternoon tea, after all, a cowboy never turns down a pretty lady.

How about you parents out there; what are some of your favorite games of make believe or pretend that you and your children love to play?

Anthony

Friday, February 1, 2013

Triaminic and Theraflu Recall

Novartis, the makers of Triaminic and Theraflu have issued a voluntary recall of these two products because some of the child safety caps are not functioning properly and there has been an incident where a child has accidentally ingested the medication.  Novartis is asking that people return the product for a full refund.