I Live With Chins

Life in Washington State as a retired soldier with a wife and a pack of Japanese Chin.

July 27, 2014 at 6:43am
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Food City- Salute

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July 26, 2014 at 10:38am
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Soft Ginger #japanesechin #pet #ginger #backyard

Soft Ginger #japanesechin #pet #ginger #backyard

July 11, 2014 at 8:28am
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todayinhistory:

July 11th 1960: To Kill a Mockingbird published

On this day in 1960, the novel ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ by Harper Lee was published by J.B Lippincott & Co. The novel tells the story of the trial of a young African-American man in Alabama in the 1930s, and is told from the perspective of the daughter of the defendant’s lawyer, Scout Finch. Lee was partly inspired by events she recalled from her own childhood growing up in Alabama in the days of Jim Crow segregation. ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ was released during a turbulent time for American race relations, as the burgeoning Civil Rights Movement was beginning to get underway with sit-ins and Freedom Rides in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling Brown v. Board of Education (1954). The novel was originally going to be called ‘Atticus’ for Scout’s father and the moral centre of the story, but was renamed for one of Atticus’s iconic lines. The novel was an immediate success, and won the Pulitzer Prize in 1961. In 1962 it was adapted into an Oscar-winning film starring Gregory Peck and featuring the film debut of Robert Duvall as the elusive Boo Radley. Harper Lee never published another novel and remains reclusive from the press, though she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2007. The influence of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ has never faded in the 54 years since its release, and is a favourite of many for its warmth and humour while tackling some of the most troubling issues of its day.

"Shoot all the blue jays you want, if you can hit ‘em, but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird"

8:17am
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Man is free at the moment he wishes to be.

— Voltaire (via moralanarchism)

July 10, 2014 at 12:54pm
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Our new champion Connor on what he thinks is his recliner #japanesechin #pet #showdog

Our new champion Connor on what he thinks is his recliner #japanesechin #pet #showdog

7:33am
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[I]f disagreement with government policy is viewed as subversive, no wonder the government has decided to vacuum up the communications of all Americans. We are an opinionated nation.

— Nihad Awad, "I Am a Muslim-American Leader, and the NSA Spied on Me" (via hipsterlibertarian)

7:31am
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Sejad (Nezira) Alić (1966.),

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Aziz (Asima) Osmić (1975.),

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Nermin (Hasana) Selimović (1976.),

Avdija (Mehana) Salihović (1956.),

Nijazija (Dede) Beganović (1955.),

Dževad (Džemaila) Mujić (1974.),

Hakija (Malće) Mujić (1934.),

Samir (Hasana) Selimović (1972.),

Medo (Reše) Mehić (1961.),

Hamed (Bajre) Čano (1962.),

Junuz (Alije) Duraković (1954.),

Enis (Abida) Omerović (1978.),

Habib (Safeta) Malagić (1961.),

Rasim (Huse) Košpić (1941.),

Džemal (Ibre) Efendić (1948.),

Himzo (Vejsila) Husejnović (1942.),

Behadija (Zuhdije) Begzadić (1967.),

Ohran (Adema) Ademović (1954.),

Musa (Nurke) Omerović (1962.),

Džemal (Ahmeta) Halilović (1954.),

Džemir (Džemala) Halilović (1977.),

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Šefik (Himze) Husić (1965.),

Mirzet (Ibrahima) Salihović (1973.),

Izet (Ibrahima) Salihović (1975.),

Šahbaz (Šabana) Bećirović (1946.),

Muhamed (Ismeta) Mekanić (1964.),

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Omer (Mehe) Mujić (1938.),

Senad (Rame) Beganović (1980.),

Hasan (Hasiba) Salihović (1951.),

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Salčin (Husejina) Hasanović (1978.),

Sulejman (Osmana) Beganović (1954.),

Osman (Mehe) Ahmetović (1937.),

Hašim (Mumina) Hasanović (1956.),

Muhamed (Huse) Džekić (1947.),

Redžo (Emina) Hrnjić (1939.),

Mahmut (Mehmeda) Turković (1945.),

Idriz (Sulje) Aljić (1940.),

Hurem (Derve) Begović (1916.),

Refik (Alije) Pejmanović (1956),

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Jakub (Selmana) Osmanović (1976.),

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Šefik (Ševke) Hasanović (1970.),

Meho (Hasana) Kovačević (1977.),

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Meho (Bege) Begić (1946.),

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Suljo (Hamida) Delić (1975.),

Nazim (Ibre) Mehmedović (1958.),

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Adil (Saliha) Smajić (1937.),

Nelvir (Nezira) Osmanović (1976.),

Muvaz (Sulejmana) Orlović (1978.),

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Ahmed (Amila) Alihodžić (1941.),

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Mevludin (Hasana) Husejnović (1964.),

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Ibrahim (Huse) Hasanović (1959.),

Hajrudin (Hajre) Avdić (1969.),

Hazim (Hajre) Avdić (1972.),

Ibrahim (Nazifa) Malagić (1954.),

Safet (Mehana) Čivić (1941.),

Hasib (Zahida) Babić (1961.),

Fetija (Emina) Hamzabegović (1933.),

Mevludin (Asima) Halilović (1957.),

Ohran (Alije) Bajramović (1954.),

Hajrudin (Ismeta) Malkić (1963.),

Safet (Jusufa) Jusufović (1968.),

Junuz (Atifa) Osmanović (1954.),

Edhem (Atifa) Osmanović (1951.),

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Neđib (Habiba) Begović (1967.),

Muhamed (Selima) Omerović (1965.),

Aziz (Abdurahmana) Smajić (1963.),

Hasib (Adema) Klinčević (1969.),

Hasan (Hasiba) Bećirović (1958.),

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Halid (Fahrudina) Huremović (1975.),

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Mehmed (Šukrije) Hajdarević (1969.),

Mujo (Osmana) Čomić (1958.),

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Faruk (Jusufa) Tursunović (1961.),

Alija (Ibre) Ejubović (1955.),

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Memija (Jusufa) Memić (1973.),

Bekir (Alije) Memić (1968.),

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Adem (Sade) Hukić (1938.),

Omer (Bajre) Hurić (1968.),

Suljo (Alage) Hasanović (1953.),

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Adil (Behadila) Omerović (1979.),

Avdulah (Suljkana) Sulejmanović (1956.),

Fahrudin (Hajdara) Mujić (1969.),

Fadil (Ahme) Fejzić (1966.),

Osman (Sejdina) Husić (1929.),

Asim (Kasima) Mujić (1971.),

Amir (Kasima) Mujić (1975.),

Sejdalija (Izeta) Halilović (1975.),

Bakir (Idriza) Sinanović (1971.),

Amir (Mehmeda) Dogić (1967.),

Sevdahet (Omera) Salkić (1975.),

Kadrija (Ćamila) Alić (1978.),

Mehmed (Mustafe) Mehanović (1951.),

Mirzet (Ismeta) Salihović (1971.),

Ismet (Alje) Muminović (1956.),

Rešid (Redžepa) Salihović (1975.),

Hamed (Rame) Alić (1941.),

Rešo (Ibrahima) Delić (1940.),

Suljo (Hilme) Rahmić (1933.),

Meho (Ahmeta) Hafizović (1974.),

Safet (Reše) Suljić (1975.),

Sadet (Reše) Suljić (1979.),

Vahid (Džemala) Jusić (1975.),

Nusret (Nurifa) Jahić (1973.),

Fadil (Hirkije) Nukić (1965.),

Izet (Muniba) Delić (1971.),

Ismet (Ibrahima) Bektić (1928.),

Redžo (Zaima) Husić (1961.),

Zaim (Mehe) Husić (1922.),

Osman (Muje) Jašarević (1947.),

Muhamed (Muje) Pašić (1976.),

Muamer (Muje) Pašić (1978.),

Avdo (Ševke) Ademović (1955.),

Hasib (Sulje) Mustafić (1960.),

Fadil (Hasana) Huremović (1968.),

Sefad (Sumbula) Hajdarević (1963.),

Senad (Muhameda) Čikarić (1963.),

Azmir (Fahrudina) Čikarić (1976.),

Ibro (Huse) Ibišević (1927.),

Zijad (Rame) Mujkić (1965.),

Safet (Šahina) Isaković (1966.),

Resul (Redže) Redžić (1973.),

Ohran (Sulje) Suljić (1943.),

Mehemed (Nezira) Nukić (1966.),

Suad (Salčina) Mujić (1967.),

Šaban (Alije) Alić (1950.),

Hasan (Šabana) Alić (1974.),

Ramo (Husejina) Mujkić (1944.),

Nusret (Rasima) Smajlović (1973.),

Avdo (Hameda) Mujić (1960.),

Alija (Bekte) Mustafić (1930.),

Hazim (Hasana) Hasanović (1978.),

Sejad (Mehmedalije) Mustafić (1958.)

Sakib (Bećira) Gladović (1968.).

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175 names of the Bosniak victims of genocide that will be buried at the Srebrenica Memorial 11th July 2014.

The youngest victim was 14 years old, his bones were found in four different mass graves…

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July 9, 2014 at 2:36pm
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Poetry Lovers' Page: If by Rudyard Kipling →

July 8, 2014 at 2:53pm
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peaceful-moon:

☮ nature aฏ๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎d good vibes ☾

peaceful-moon:

☮ nature aฏ๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎๎d good vibes ☾

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June 25, 2014 at 7:09am
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Sneaking Breakfast at Russian River TTN #thousandtrails #russianriver #deer #rv @thousandtrails

Sneaking Breakfast at Russian River TTN #thousandtrails #russianriver #deer #rv @thousandtrails