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The Coffee Shop / cow owners
« on: August 26, 2017, 05:04:47 PM »
NOt my cow, and not my problem...
Back story: fence has a weak spot...cows get on neighbors.
Owner calls cow owners to please put back as their fence is weak (5 times that I know of) so....if a cow comes to her pasture (there is a weak fence, never been fixed as they don't care to fix it) on a regular basis to eat the brome, fescue, hay that the owner of said cow eats...and mows for hay....and is pregnant. The owner said I will send a guy to shoot it...The guy won't because it is pregnant...and knows where the hole in the fence is....can it be now her cow????If she fixes the fence and keeps the cow and it hers?
No contract for the hay that this cow is eating...only a handshake (that is what we do)
Farmers, please respond.

Politics / what I think...from a Marine
« on: August 12, 2017, 05:28:35 PM »
Whether you agree with present or past President's agenda/views....I think this is scary.
Rhetoric????  Not so sure...Bully?  Perhaps.  One should not make blatent comments, unless  he plans to follow up on said plans.

Future?   I am glad I haved lived a full life and ready....
to meet MY maker when ready...
to .....
move to Guam....?????????

Politics / This is how I see Politics in this Forum
« on: July 06, 2016, 09:26:18 PM »

The Coffee Shop / History of someone
« on: May 29, 2016, 09:26:09 PM »
Do any of you know of an older family from Howard named Velma and her son Howard?  (Haynes???)
I think Velma was in the nursing home around 2002, and has since passed?  According to my sources, she had a sense of humor and had a great laugh.

They are related to me.

Thank you for anything.

ready to relay to sis.

The Coffee Shop / Elk County disrespect
« on: May 04, 2016, 09:50:47 PM »
To the person that decided to treat our beautiful county as their personal trash can...thank you for discarding you're pay stub with your name and address on it. A Deputy will be contacting you really soon! In case anybody didn't know this is illegal and Sheriff Hanks has told us he has ZERO tolerance for illegal trash dumping! ????????

Politics / Health Care. Something to think about.
« on: December 17, 2013, 08:48:40 PM »
copy and paste link.  if this doesn't work, answer.

Obituaries / SHINKLE, Donald Rex "Donnie" Jr. - d. February 25, 2013
« on: March 03, 2013, 05:11:51 PM »
Donnie Rex Shinkle Jr., 65, a resident of Mulvane, Kansas and former Boeing employee and Air National Guard Retiree, passed away Monday, February 25, 2013.

He is survived by his wife, Kitty, of Mulvane, Kansas; his son, Andrew Shinkle of Haysville, Kansas; his mother, Elsie Shinkle; and his sisters, Mary Williams, Cindy Arnold, and Linda McCune.  He was preceded in death by his father and brother.

Memorial service will be held on Saturday, March 9, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. at Smith Family Mortuary, 1415 N. Rock Road, Derby, Kansas.  In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established with FROG Diner, c/o Mulvane United Methodist Church, 107 S. Central, Mulvane, Kansas 67110 or to the charity of the donor's choice.  Share condolences at



Politics / Put me a box and wrap me up...poll
« on: November 10, 2012, 03:14:26 PM »
I despise politics, however I understand the theory as to the creation of 2 parties.  Now I want to know what I am:

I believe in God.
I believe in the right to have, show and use arms to protect my family, my property by any means. ( Bigger and faster guns do not equivocate a  bigger person. (please refer to male genteltalia ding-dong syndrome).  There needs to be an even playing field.
I believe a  person has the right to choose whether his/her body engages in  copulation with an adult; the abrubtness of such result;  engagement of happiness and benifits of a contract between two people;
andI believe if that person is incompetent of making 'sane' choices (deemed by society), then they will be punished by ?.
I believe if that personi IS competent, and harms another in the processess.....then they shall be put to death.

I believe our country is  becoming a 'mamsy/pamsy' country. 
Morals and ethics?  That is SOoooooo   pasé.
Religion?  We as a society are becoming intolerant.
Music?  It is about screaming inner anger and frustrastion at the world.
Can anyone recall "BattleStar Galatica" or "Sanctuary"

It is up to us to change this, and not by laws.  People who take the 'easy' road and are on Welfare, or stop me NOW please!

So, what genre of politics do I fit into?   
Not asking for cut and paste theories.   
I want your OWN feelings....a radical concept, I know.

ready to vote...

Obituaries / DIKLICH, Donald - d. September 18, 2012
« on: September 19, 2012, 04:47:03 PM »
Donald Diklich, of Fall River, Kansas, died Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at the age of 97 after a brief illness.  His parents, George and Sara Belish Diklich, immigrated to the United States from Serbia and settled in Conway, Pennsylvania outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 Donald was the third of their twelve children, and he spent his youth in Conway.  During the hard times of the Depression, he had many jobs, the most interesting of which was his time as a member of the Civilian Conservation Corps helping to build American infrastructure in several states,

 As war approached, Donald enlisted in the United States Army.  Although he had little formal education, he rose quickly to the rank of E5 Sergeant and was on active duty throughout World War II.  He was on the front lines in the European Theatre, primarily working to provide communications for advancing troops, and including service at the Battle of the Bulge.  Donald had many unusual experiences in his Army career.  He was a boxing champion for his regiment. He was a member of one of the last mounted units in the Army.he was selected to carry the flag in a Presidential inauguration parade. He once filled in as an orderly for General George S. Patton while on duty near Washington, D.C.

Donald was stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas, when he met Lillian Grace Bertenshaw, who was working for the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Manhattan.  They were married from 1942 until her death in 2001.  After the war ended, Donald and Lillian returned to her home town, of Fall River, Kansas, and he began life as a farmer in partnership with Lillian's father, L.J. Bertenshaw.  He was still living independently at the farm until a few weeks before his death.  He lived a full life, and he died as he lived, quietly and on his own terms.

Donald is survived by a son, Richard Diklich and his wife, Helen, Liberty, Missouri; three daughters, Alleen Castellani VanBebber, Overland Park, Kansas,  Kitty Shinkle and her husband, Donald, Mulvane, Kansas, and Neva Diklich, Fall River, Kansas.  He also leaves four grandchildren:  David Castellani, Andrew Shinkle, Jocelyn Diklich Standley, and Jennifer Diklich O'Brien; along with six great-grandchildren:  Adam and Rosemarie O'Brien, and Avery, Forrest, Rosemary, and Lucas Standley.

A memorial service will be held at the Fall River United Methodist Church on September 22 at 11:00 a.m.

Politics / Thank you Armed Forces
« on: May 27, 2012, 04:42:52 PM »
Be it Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines....any and all facets within the defense of our country.
I thank all of  you that have served, from the bottom of my heart
Because of all efforts of those that fought, died or came home...albeit wounded, we have the freedoms that others don't.

It is now about a 3 day vacation...and others that have passed before us. 
Let us remember, it started with the Civil War Vets.   

It wasn't about other was about our own!.

We agree to disagree...and we disagree that we agree...
The battle lines get blurred over passion, it seems.

Have a safe weekend!

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