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SAY, “HAPPY BIRTHDAY, LEROY!
I WAS GOING TO ASK FOR LARGE AMOUNTS OF UNMARKED CASH IN SMALL BILLS BUT MY CONCIENCE GOT AHEAD OF ME……. REALLY!

INSTEAD,
I’VE BEEN WATCHING THIS LITTLE GUY REPRESENTING SHRINER’S HOSPITAL FOR SOME TIME NOW AND THOUGHT IT MIGHT BE NICE TO SEND SHRINER’S SOME LOVE.

STORY HERE – DONATE HERE

Dear Leroy,
May I just say, a huge and heart felt “THANK YOU” for all of your efforts and energies put into publishing both, Farsider and Farsider Live !
Every week that I receive the notification, it’s a bright spot in my day.
I appreciate that as a regular “CIVIE”, not actually in the club of the sworn, I am still allowed to enjoy the news, comments, stories and opinions of those I spent so many years working with from the other end of the radio.
The idea of having to worry about publishing not one but two newsletters weekly, would cause me so much STRESS..the exact feeling I’d get every time I had a book report or paper due in school and ALWAYS waited till the last minute to write!
What you do for all of us is nothing short of AMAZING!
Thank you for caring about us and keeping us well informed, entertained and connected.
You are an important part of OUR POLICE FAMILY.

I REPLIED:

You are too kind, Debbie, but I do appreciate the comments.
I look forward to putting an edition together. I get a lot of input from fellow PBA members and that is very encouraging. I have to admit that before sitting down to compile files and pics, I have a couple days of relaxation, then a couple days of dread! Then, give it a go :-).
BTW, you or anyone else is encouraged to send pics, stories, jokes, etc. that would help out a lot!
Thanx,
Leroy

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DON’T LOOK FOR ME ON FACEBOOK FOR A WHILE!
TRUMP AND I HAVE SOMETHING IN COMMON!WE HAVE BOTH BEEN DE-PLATFORMED BY FACEBOOK (GIVEN THE BOOT)

Great PayJob teaching TG classes and selling the units, until they started giving the sh*t away!

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Trying new social platforms…

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Any Suggestions?

 

HARRY SEZ: I do not believe the man in this short video is a newly wed.

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HARRY ALSO CONTRIBUTED: Well Worth a Read

This should be required reading in every school and college in our country. This Captain, an Army doctor, deserves a medal himself for putting this together. If you choose not to pass it on, fine, but I think you will want to, after you read it.

I am a doctor specializing in the Emergency Departments of the only two military Level One-Trauma Centers, both in San Antonio, TX. We care for civilian emergencies as well as military personnel. San Antonio has the largest military retiree population in the world living here. As a military doctor, I work long hours and the pay is less than glamorous. One tends to become jaded by the long hours, lack of sleep, food, family contact and the endless parade of human suffering passing before you. The arrival of another ambulance does not mean more pay, only more work. Most often, it is a victim from a motor vehicle crash.

Often it is a person of dubious character who has been shot or stabbed.

With our large military retiree population, it is often a nursing home patient. Even with my enlisted service and minimal combat experience in Panama, I have caught myself groaning when the ambulance brings in yet another sick, elderly person from one of the local retirement centers that cater to military retirees. I had not stopped to think of what the citizens of this age group represented.

I saw ‘Saving Private Ryan.’ I was touched deeply. Not so much by the carnage, but by the sacrifices of so many. I was touched most by the scene of the elderly survivor at the graveside, asking his wife if he’d been a good man. I realized that I had seen these same men and women coming through my Emergency Dept. and had not realized what magnificent sacrifices they had made. The things they did for me and everyone else that has lived on this planet since the end of that conflict are priceless

Situation permitting, I now try to ask my patients about their experiences. They would never bring up the subject without my inquiry. I have been privileged to hear an amazing array of experiences, recounted in the brief minutes allowed in an Emergency Dept. encounter. These experiences have revealed the incredible individuals I have had the honor of serving in a medical capacity, many on their last admission to the hospital.

There was a frail, elderly woman who reassured my young enlisted medic, trying to start an IV line in her arm. She remained calm and poised, despite her illness and the multiple needle-sticks into her fragile veins. She was what we call a ‘hard stick.’ As the medic made another attempt, I noticed a number tattooed across her forearm. I touched it with one finger and looked into her eyes. She simply said, ‘ Auschwitz .’ Many of later generations would have loudly and openly berated the young medic in his many attempts. How different was the response from this person who’d seen unspeakable suffering.

Also, there was this long retired Colonel, who as a young officer had parachuted from his burning plane over a Pacific Island held by the Japanese. Now an octogenarian, he had a minor cut on his head from a fall at his home where he lived alone. His CT scan and suturing had been delayed until after midnight by the usual parade of high priority ambulance patients. Still spry for his age, he asked to use the phone to call a taxi, to take him home, then he realized his ambulance had brought him without his wallet. He asked if he could use the phone to make a long distance call to his daughter who lived 7 miles away. With great pride we told him that he could not, as he’d done enough for his country and the least we could do was get him a taxi home, even if we had to pay for it ourselves My only regret was that my shift wouldn’t end for several hours, and I couldn’t drive him myself.

I was there the night M/Sgt. Roy Benavidez came through the Emergency Dept. for the last time. He was very sick. I was not the doctor taking care of him, but I walked to his bedside and took his hand. I said nothing. He was so sick, he didn’t know I was there. I’d read his Congressional Medal of Honor citation and wanted to shake his hand. He died a few days later.

The gentleman who served with Merrill’s Marauders.

The survivor of the Bataan Death March

The survivor of Omaha Beach

The 101 year old World War I veteran

The former POW held in frozen North Korea

The former Special Forces medic – now with non-operable liver cancer

The former Viet Nam Corps Commander

I may still groan when yet another ambulance comes in, but now I am much more aware of what an honor it is to serve these particular men and women.

I have seen a Congress who would turn their back on these individuals who’ve sacrificed so much to protect our liberty. I see later generations that seem to be totally engrossed in abusing these same liberties, won with such sacrifice.

It has become my personal endeavor to make the nurses and young enlisted medics aware of these amazing individuals when I encounter them in our Emergency Dept. Their response to these particular citizens has made me think that perhaps all is not lost in the next generation.

My experiences have solidified my belief that we are losing an incredible generation, and this nation knows not what it is losing. Our uncaring government and ungrateful civilian populace should all take note. We should all remember that we must ‘earn this.’

If it weren’t for the United States Military, there’d be NO United States of America!

And now as you have finished reading this, our Congress enjoys their free medical care, are in the process of charging these people for their medical care and at the same time possibly reducing their retirement pay. A typical political “Thank you” for their Service

If you choose not to pass it on, fine, but I think you will want to.

In God We Trust!

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FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW!

It takes 7 seconds for food to pass from mouth to stomach.

A human hair can hold 3kg. The length of a penis is three time the length of the thumb.

The femur is as hard as concrete.

A woman’s heart beats faster than a man’s. Women blink 2 times as much as men.

We use 300 muscles just to keep our balance when we stand.

A woman has read this entire text.

A man is still looking at his thumb!

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The Haircut

A teenage boy had just passed his driving test and inquired of his father as to when they could discuss his use of the car.

His father said he’d make a deal with his son, “You bring your grades up from a C to a B average, study your Bible a little and get your hair cut. Then we’ll talk about the car.”

The boy thought about that for a moment, decided he’d settle for the offer and they agreed on it.

After about six weeks his father said, “Son, you’ve brought your grades up and I’ve observed that you have been studying your Bible, but I’m disappointed you haven’t had your hair cut. “

The boy said, “You know, Dad, I’ve been thinking about that, and I’ve noticed in my studies of the Bible that Samson had long hair, John the Baptist had long hair, Moses had long hair, and there’s even strong evidence that Jesus had long hair. “

Dad’s reply!

“Did you also notice that they all walked everywhere they went?”

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Not the best PR….Anybody got the drawings on this?
Occurred last year.Couple celebrating birthday beaten, Tased
by San Jose police

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Equal Opportunity Editor

Lumpy sez she deserved it!

How Much Do Coyotes Charge To Cross The US Border?

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I looked up “Two-Faced Democrat” in the dictionary:

Did I tell you Trump is back on line? Check it out HERE

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Miscellaneous Stuff – Hope You Like It.
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OBITUARY

Phyllis Ann Trussler

SEPTEMBER 24, 1936 – MAY 1, 2020

MEMORIES ENTERED HERE

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