All police must be bonded. So if you seize their bond they can’t work until a) you graciously give it back (lol like that will happen) or b) they pay for it. I’ve tried to get on the radio to talk about it but I’m always shot down. If I get on the air and bring it up the station cuts the…
Is this just a Canadian thing?
It shouldn’t be. Our systems are similar in that respect.
how exactly do you seize a bond???
for a shared workshop. A “makerspace”. In Edmonton.
I am a woodworker, a furniture maker, I can weld, I can machine a bit… either shared cost or maybe trade of skills… whatever…
Come on Edmonton, show me what you got. Is this city really as empty and inactive as everyone says?
The well board is fit into place. However it’s about 1/2” too narrow. I will just use some quarter round to fill up the gap.
this is great!
I am building one almost exactly like this following Paul Sellers’ youtube video tutorial…
I don’t even care if it’s macaroni, ramen or those little bowls you stick in the microwave. Please, I need reassurance that most of the population on tumblr…
I ran a commercial kitchen once… just read my “about” :)
♥ DEAD MEN DON’T CATCALL ♥
Nor do genuinely decent men, or classy men, or men with wives/girlfriends, or in fact MOST living breathing men. The few that do? Find where their mother, sister, girlfriend and/or wives live and rebuke them over teaching their barbarian some manners. End of story
♥ DEAD MEN DON’T ADD BORING, UNNECESSARY “BUT WAH WAH WAH NOT ALL MEN” COMMENTARY TO PEOPLE’S ARTWORK ♥
Are you not hearing yourself? How is that different from “dead parents don’t nag” or “dead babies don’t cry”?!
Shake your fucking head.
Meet Samuel Armas, the ‘Hand of Hope’. Samuel was receiving surgery to correct his spina bifida, a condition some would elect to abort their child over. Samuel was 21 weeks old while undergoing his surgery. An age at which many ‘imperfect’ children like Samuel are killed by abortion.
His mother chose another path. She chose to allow a doctor access to Samuel in the womb not to dismember him, but to change his life for the better. It is easy to destroy life, the real challenge is saving and improving life, the only time a doctor should ever reach inside the womb.
Ohhh… I’ve seen that picture many times and always wondered what happened to that kid
so am I to infer from this that spin bifida operations are standard corrective procedures available to parents with children with this affliction? I would like to learn more about this. how much? what’s the waiting list? availability?