Excellent read ogoun however I wish I was wrong in my humble opinion but I feel it's far too late for the course of our self initiated destruction is already at hand. We're no longer staring into the Abyss. We're rapidly sliding into it. I've noticed some of our new steel and glass mega city skylines with high-rises spanning 60 or more stories are literally dwarfing 17 story concrete structures and even smaller 6 story apartments and it reminds me of Blade Runners Dystopian cityscape.
I definitely have some reading and consideration to do with your posts, so I'll see you in a couple months. Okay, I exaggerate. Thanxhttps://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/war/somalia.htm
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Hi NNQueen. Any chance of you quite possibly sharing those adoring pix of you when you were a wee one holding stray doggies in the South of Florida? I mean brother ogoun willingly showed us his so maybe you think you could willingly show us yours? If I do recall correctly I believe I willingly showed mine a bit ago somewhere. I know Brother ogoun just showed Strider but methinks he is retired AIC (Mirror image) so you know how that goes. Stay blessed.My quick .02 cents. He is absolutely gorgeous! I am an animal lover, always have been. I have pictures of me at 2 years old holding stray puppies in the hot sun in South Florida. I can tell from looking at his pics that Strider deserves a lot of respect. I've always had small to mid-size dogs but when my daughter brought home a Rott/Lab mix, it took one faceplant in my driveway trying to hold his leash as he rose up and jerked forward, to learn that dogs like him have power I never realized. As messed up (two front teeth knocked loose, split bottom lip, gash in hand holding leash) and in shock as I was, I couldn't be mad at him. The loving he gave me later knowing I was hurt, was priceless. Thanks for sharing Strider with us ogoun; it brightened my day.