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Posts by texgal

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  • First of thousands of Syrians Resettled in ….. North Texas

    04/14/2015 12:37:45 PM PDT · 94 of 104
    texgal to Windflier

    How about we relocate a large population of wild javalinas to the areas where the muzzies are sent. One set of pigs might get rid of the other. Free bacon and ham for all the new immigrants.

  • White House Antagonism Toward Netanyahu Grows

    03/21/2015 1:08:57 AM PDT · 14 of 81
    texgal to Jim Robinson

    Valerie Jarrett, prince Bambi, and every member of the Muslim brotherhood and those who have enabled them should wake up one morning to find d they have deposed a d face a firing squad for treason. Headlines detailing their treason courtesy of Bibi and the israeli government.:

  • Dog Owners Nervous in Wake of Pet Food Lawsuit

    03/02/2015 9:03:24 PM PST · 63 of 108
    texgal to taxcontrol

    My 3lb gets home made food, raw chicken and turkey with organ meat eggs and shells and raw veggies and fruits ground in. I add dynovite powder and vitamin supplements. His treats are also home made from pumpkin and squash and lean chicken with peanut butter and oatmeal then baked into biscuits. Also beef or poultry jerky strips. All his food is unseasoned.

  • Obama Dares GOP: Go Ahead, ‘Have a Vote on Whether What I’m Doing Is Legal…I Will Veto’

    02/26/2015 1:36:27 PM PST · 51 of 77
    texgal to illiac

    It has come to the point that he must be removed by any means necessary and made an example to others who would try this.

  • Anyone else spending Christmas Eve alone?

    12/24/2014 9:41:41 PM PST · 382 of 503
    texgal to Skooz

    Just me and my little yorkie Toby here tonight. I slipped in some water on the floor earlier this year and cannot drive very well until I heal. I made some homemade candies, cookies and other treats and made gift bags for my wonderful neighbors who have been kind enough to help me while I am recovering. They all came over this afternoon and I had the opportunity to tell each one of them how much I appreciate them. So for now it is me and Toby. I am truly blessed.

  • Letter: Reparations would change the status quo of racism

    12/22/2014 6:38:46 PM PST · 73 of 119
    texgal to 2ndDivisionVet

    Bull Shi’ite. What has affirmative action, welfare, subsidized housing, free healthcare, food stamps, EBT, Obama phones and all the other freebies they feel entitled to, if not reparations? Time to tell everyone to stand up, man up and be responsible for yourself and those you choose to create.

  • Mark Levin Show,M-F,6PM-9PM,EST,WABC AM,December 16,2014

    12/16/2014 10:25:53 PM PST · 47 of 48
    texgal to sloop

    A radical muzzle wants to cut your head off. A moderate muzzie wants a radical muzzie to cut your head off.

  • Message From The Mayor: Vote Early — And Often

    12/08/2014 9:19:18 AM PST · 7 of 9
    texgal to afraidfortherepublic

    Ut was such a shellacking that even cheating could not help her. Thank you Louisiana!

  • Burglar vs Yorkie

    11/23/2014 11:11:24 AM PST · 48 of 48
    texgal to RichInOC
    I've got a 3 lb yokie with 150 lbs of "attitude" packed in that tiny little body. He looks in the mirror and sees Godzilla!

    He sleeps in a small cat bed next to me on my bed at night. He is extremely protective of me especially when I am sleeping. He has leaped off the bed Rin-Tin-Tin fashion and chased down noises he hears at night. He is so loyal and loving!

  • PLEASE PRAY FOR ME

    11/06/2014 5:45:13 AM PST · 145 of 223
    texgal to waxer1

    Praying for your complete healing to God’s greater glory!

  • Do you like your washing machine?

    11/01/2014 8:16:08 AM PDT · 33 of 122
    texgal to A Cyrenian

    I had a Maytag Neptune set and HATED it. It would lock the lid and hold my clothes hostage sometimes for as long as 3 days. Tech said it was a circuit board not warranteed after 60 days so I gave them away and got the top of the line Kenmore front loading set. I love them! The sanitize setting does take a while but I don’t use it that often. It uses less water than the Maytag and has thus far been reliable.

  • List of favorite obama nick-names

    10/28/2014 10:15:24 AM PDT · 71 of 115
    texgal to bluescape

    King Putt

  • Pandemic Preparedness Protocol Being Instituted by Many

    10/18/2014 4:24:44 PM PDT · 22 of 24
    texgal to arrow107
    That's a tough one. If it were my child I would have a long talk about basic sanitation, being aware of the things you and others touch in the course of the day and the liberal use of soap, water and strong hand sanitizers. I would also make sure the student had a box of gloves, chlorine cleaning solution wipes, and a mask suitable for filtering viruses, and knew how to use them. Everything and everyone should be considered contaminated. Extra food and water could be stored in the dorm room in case it is needed.

    Another factor to consider would be how he/she would have to travel home. I would think that I would rule out public transportation. We had a report that a woman who was supposed to be self-quarantined got sick at the Whiterock DART station. Not much more information that that was available.

    I would also look into how many students from affected west African nations are enrolled. You can probably find that on their website since academics are proud of their diversity. I would also find out what emergency procedures the school has in the event of an outbreak of anything contagious.

    I would make plans to decide when it is time for them to head home and make sure that the plan is followed. Lots of things to factor into a decision like this.

    We don't get much information at the local level, most of it from places like FR, Drudge and national news. I still have contacts at the university and will post on FR if I hear anything that may be of concern. Best of luck to you and your son.

  • Pandemic Preparedness Protocol Being Instituted by Many

    10/18/2014 11:50:24 AM PDT · 16 of 24
    texgal to grumpygresh
    Down here in Galveston County, my neighbors are getting concerned and have called to ask about precautions. I worked at UTMB and part of my job was to monitor protocols at the Galveston National Lab Biosafety Lab Level 4.

    While I never entered the containment area, I did observe from just outside the containment area. My job was to observe and make sure safety protocols were being followed. Based upon the information I had, I don't believe the public is being told the truth about this outbreak. We treated it as if it were an airborne pathogen and Ebola Reston strain did go airborne.

    At this point, I would have on hand a case of sterile gloves, shoe covers, gowns and a proper respirator mask for each member of the household, boxes of N95 viral masks, bleach for disinfecting and insist that nobody comes in without gloving up, putting on a mask and taking their shoes off before entering - shoes remain outside.

    Food and water should be put by in case of quarantine and an eye towards hardening your home for safety and security purposes. Sheets of plastic and duct tape should be considered for doors and windows to be secured from the inside. Since I live about 40 miles inland, I have 5/8" lexan storm windows on the house and storm doors.

    Prepare as best you can and hope for the best. It is evident that Obama doesn't have much interest in protecting the American public, so we will have to do it ourselves.

  • Ten Things the Ebola Crisis Tells Us About the Obama Admin

    10/18/2014 11:09:29 AM PDT · 7 of 21
    texgal to Rummyfan
    Obolo's goal is not so much to control the pandemic as it is to control the "message" or information about the pandemic. A doctor would report facts while a political hack will manage the information.

    With this guy in charge we will know less and less.

  • Prepping for Ebola (vanity)

    10/12/2014 12:20:45 PM PDT · 83 of 114
    texgal to bgill
    I really like Susan’s Imstillworking because she works through the kinks and explains the why and why not.

    Linda's pantry does the same thing, although she takes a bit longer to get through it all.

    have you tried Imstillworking's meatless sausage patties? I made some and my guys could not tell that it wasn;t meat and thought they were pretty good.

  • Prepping for Ebola (vanity)

    10/12/2014 11:35:28 AM PDT · 78 of 114
    texgal to bgill; BobL
    Lots of free info on the internet through YouTube too. I highly recommend Wendy DeWitt's food storage seminar and anything from Stephanie Peterson regarding meals in a jar (she's also goes by Chef Tess). Videos from Linda's Pantry, Imstillworking,Bexasprepper are also good.

    You don't have to be an expert to do this. Read/watch and learn. Start with small batches and work your way up to larger amounts. If you flub something at first, you do not have a lot invested in it and can work on it to get it right.

  • Prepping for Ebola (vanity)

    10/12/2014 11:02:38 AM PDT · 75 of 114
    texgal to BobL
    Not saying this is all you should have. I do have freeze dried items, enough for 3 years for my family, that remain unopened and should be good for about 20 years. The jar/pouch solution seemed the right application for hurricanes and the Ebola scenarios - Short to Mid term storage.

    Water, don't forget water, that should be your first priority. If you use the pool shock tablets make sure they do not contain an algaecide. It will make you sick.

  • Prepping for Ebola (vanity)

    10/12/2014 10:42:35 AM PDT · 71 of 114
    texgal to BobL
    I was going to say not practical for long-term survival, due to the relatively large costs of the jars and then the storage space required, but you’re really looking at it for non-refrigerated short-term storage of excess food. That does make sense.

    Depending on the items stored they can last anywhere from 3-15 years when stored like this. Most of my jars have been purshaed on sale, at yard sales and closeout sales. Storage space includes closets, under the beds, under couches, and in my pantry - generally areas not used for anything else.

  • Prepping for Ebola (vanity)

    10/12/2014 9:51:06 AM PDT · 59 of 114
    texgal to BobL
    There may not be time to do this now, but for future reference. I have been dehydrating and dry-canning meals in mylar bags and quart sized mason jars for the last couple of years now for relatively little expense. Most of it is made from items we might have otherwise thrown away in terms of produce. Left over celery, onions, carrots, garlic - almost any kind of fruits and vegetables can be dehydrated and you don't need special equipment to do it. Rice, beans, pasta, flour, sugar, cornmeal oatmeal, etc. can also be stored this way. You can pre-cook beans and rice, then dehydrate them to make prep time shorter to save on fuel.

    My closets are full of meals like spaghetti and meat sauce, Rice and beans, beef stew, chicken and stuffing, mac and cheese, chicken noodle soup, potato cheese soup, cream of chicken, mushroom and broccoli soup base for soup or for casseroles, cookie, cake, cornbread, biscuit and pancake mixes and fruit cobbler mixes. I also dehydrate herbs from my herb garden so the food will not be bland. I make my own tomato powder, onion powder and garlic powder.

    The only thing I purchase is freeze dried meats. The dehyrdtated doesn't have a long shelf life and it seems safer to leave the meat to the experts. The only special equuipment I have is a FoodSaver and I use oxygen absorbers. There is a lot of information out there on the internet on how to do this.

  • Obama: You Can't Get Ebola 'Sitting Next to Someone on a Bus;' CDC: 'Avoid Public Transportation'

    10/10/2014 11:04:21 AM PDT · 34 of 50
    texgal to ColdOne

    To inspire confidence in his remarks, Obama should invite 2 ebola patients to ride with him to his next campaign event. He bragged about having 2 illegals ride with him, so why not two ebola patients, if what he believes what he said is true?

  • As Ebola patient in Texas fights for his life, his family copes with stigma and isolation

    10/05/2014 11:48:54 PM PDT · 24 of 68
    texgal to 2ndDivisionVet

    Got to wonder how much you love someone when you willfully expose them to something like this. Ultimate act of selfishness on his part. He should not be allowed to stay in the country.

  • Cry No More

    09/13/2014 7:39:08 AM PDT · 4 of 5
    texgal to SouthernClaire

    Thank you so much for sharing this! The story was on YouTube next to the video you linked. Our God is an AWESOME God and He loves His chosen. The miracles of the rockets over Israel suddenly changing direction stand as a powerful meaasge of His love for His people.

  • Cry No More

    09/13/2014 7:05:25 AM PDT · 2 of 5
    texgal to SouthernClaire
    May God Bless Israel

    AMEN!

  • Imminent Panic Come September 10 In New York.A Parallel To The Day Before Andrew & Sandy?

    09/05/2014 7:21:38 PM PDT · 26 of 54
    texgal to jespasinthru

    Same here on the Texas Gulf Coast. I have closets full of stored food that we rotate on a regular basis, water bobs and blue barrels for water, cash hidden in case we need it and a whole house backup gas geneator, radios, batteries and cell phones stored in broken microwave oven in case of an emp.

  • Imminent Panic Come September 10 In New York.A Parallel To The Day Before Andrew & Sandy?

    09/05/2014 6:16:40 PM PDT · 3 of 54
    texgal to Cruz_West_Paul2016

    Why would they wait until the 9th or 10th to do this? We’ve been ready here in Texas for the last couple of weeks.

  • Rick Perry Mug Shot

    08/19/2014 4:33:18 PM PDT · 52 of 65
    texgal to Maringa

    The other 2 drunk DAs were not head of the Public Integrity Unit. Gov Perry defunded the Public integriy Unit not the DAs office. He was indicted for telling her that was what he would do (threats to a public official_) not for actually defundung the unit.

  • Watch Two DREAMers Who Confront Rep. Steve King Get A Timely Lesson on Immigration Law

    08/05/2014 12:49:15 PM PDT · 2 of 49
    texgal to safetysign

    Also note Rand Paul gets up and runs!

  • Muslim Terrorists Rampage - Behead Dozens of People (WARNING Very Graphic Video)

    08/03/2014 5:28:54 PM PDT · 21 of 44
    texgal to PoloSec

    Muzzies are the cockroaches of the human race. Nuke them all and wipe out Islam in its entirety.

  • 5 Ways Muslims Have Contributed to 'Building the Very Fabric of Our Nation'

    08/02/2014 2:51:49 PM PDT · 38 of 41
    texgal to BlueHorseShoe

    Barry is full of Bull Shi’ite!

  • Don’t second guess me again: Netanyahu to US

    08/02/2014 9:56:10 AM PDT · 30 of 51
    texgal to GOPJ
    The Arab neighbors could have solved this problems as you have proposed many years ago had that been their goal. . The only way any of them wants to solve the problem is to eradicate Israel.

    It may be the only time I do so, but agree with Joan Rivers on her comment that if New Jersey were bombing New York, New York would take out New Jersey. We have no right yo tell Israel to just grin and bear it while that would not be our own policy.

    The muslim in the White House further complicates the issue through his insulting treatment of Israel's prime minister and his miserable interfering secretary of state.

    Israel is our only ally in the middle east and we have the privilege of supporting her right to exist.

    Mr. Netanyahu knows what needs to be done and if the wimp in the white house doesn't have the testicular fortitude to support Israel's efforts to protect her citizens, the he should not hamper those efforts, but rather stand back and watch how a REAL leader handles the situation.

    I stand with Israel!

  • Don’t second guess me again: Netanyahu to US

    08/02/2014 4:27:52 AM PDT · 5 of 51
    texgal to Dave346

    Let Israel finish the job and wipe them out.

  • PHOTOS: Obama Laughs His Way Through Meeting with Gov. Perry

    07/11/2014 11:06:32 AM PDT · 38 of 84
    texgal to QT3.14
    Perry looks like he'd like to b**tch slap Bammie Boy and kick his a$$ all the way to the border. He should have walked out and told the usurper that he'd be happy to meet with him when he takes the matter seriously.

    Makes me sick.

  • Obama: Give Me $3.7B to Fix a Border I Said Was Secure In 2012

    07/09/2014 12:35:31 PM PDT · 18 of 19
    texgal to IBD editorial writer

    Not one freaking dime until the borders are secure and then only appropriations for deporting every last illegal trhat can be found and caught! Put them up in those so called FEMA camps until then.

  • ***ACTION ALERT*** All Texas & National Militia Available Please Converge Immediately Status GO

    07/09/2014 6:41:51 AM PDT · 117 of 117
    texgal to El Gato

    The states collect gas taxes, which you have pointed out, as well as excise taxes.

  • Obama's Approval Rating On Immigration Has Crashed Amid The Humanitarian Border Crisis

    06/20/2014 12:24:40 PM PDT · 11 of 18
    texgal to kingattax

    I just sent this or a variation thereof to my Texas Senators and House reps. Please consider doing the same and demand that Congress use the power of the purse to stop the flow of illegal immigrants into this country. If the feds won’t follow the law, Texas will lead the way in doing so, but it takes money. Money that is being wasted elsewhere! Let them know how you feel about illegal immigration and NO AMNESTY for law-breakers:

    Please help us here in the border state of Texas and in all the other border states to stop this insanity. Please stop all funding that the DOJ (Department of in-justice) is using to hire lawyers for these law breakers at taxpayer expense and re-route that money to compensate these states for expenses incurred in doing the job the federal government and Obama will not do.

    Excess monies I’m sure can be found in White House staff salaries, salaries of the unconstitutional czars Obama has illegally appointed, the President’s and first ladiy’s travel budgets and those of useless unconstitutional departments such as the DOE, EPA, IRS and other organizations that make the taxpayer’s life a living hell. You could also stop all foreign aid to the countries that are sending these illegals here and put that same money to use by keeping them from crossing our borders.

    This fight will take money and only the Congress has the power of the purse. It will take money to hire and pay the people who will do the job the government won’t do. Also, it will take money to send these people back to the countries from which they came. We would appreciate your help. As a concerned citizen and Texan, I thank you

  • ***ACTION ALERT*** All Texas & National Militia Available Please Converge Immediately Status GO

    06/19/2014 8:39:48 AM PDT · 83 of 117
    texgal to Caipirabob

    The states collect federal taxes and send them to the feds. Texas should continue to collect the federal taxes, but not send it to the feds, but instead use it to do what the feds are refusing to do - shut off the flow of illegals into the state. Yeah, the feds can sue. We can tell them to go pound sand!

  • Top 10 Happiest Colleges in the Country

    06/18/2014 8:52:43 AM PDT · 36 of 52
    texgal to Vigilanteman

    Not surprised to see TAMU at the top of this list. Great school, great campus life and conservative values. My daughter enjoyed her college years there.

  • Vanity: VA Health Care System, what's your Story?

    06/08/2014 8:13:55 AM PDT · 21 of 25
    texgal to PROCON
    My sister was treated at the VA for her feet - she had terrible bunions at a young age that made it difficult for her to walk or find shoes that would fit. She was scheduled for an elective surgery at the VA in Houston.

    The surgery was done and a few days later she developed a terrible infection at the wound site and had to be rushed back in to surgery. Turns out that the VA had knowingly allowed surgeries to be conducted in an operating suite that was infected with MERSA virus. She found this our from her podiatrist who had operated on 4 patients that day - all elective surgeries. Two of his patients died as a result of the out of control infection and my sister ended up losing her leg below the knee due to gangrene from uncontrolled MERSA infection. She tried to sue, but could find no one who would take her case.

  • Are Diet Supplements Dangerous? : The FDA Cannot Keep Up

    04/10/2014 12:09:43 PM PDT · 11 of 11
    texgal to SeekAndFind

    The FDA does not do its own investigating before drugs are approved. In a clinical trial the company producing the drug contracts with an investigator (usually a doctor at a hospital_) to conduct a clinical trial. The docotr agrees to conduct the study accoring to drug company specifications and to recruit patients fitting the criteria into the study. The drug company will from time to time check on the progress of the study, but the FDA is almost NEVER involved in the study process. The FDA only approves the drugs or medical devises for use based upon the drug company’s data from the clinical trials. This data is very often “fudged” to give a better outcome so the drug will receive approval. There is big money involved and the stakes are high. Based on what I saw in my career as a clinical trial auditor, I’m surprised there are not more bad drugs.

  • The Battle of Athens: Restoring the Rule of Law

    03/10/2014 3:58:21 PM PDT · 32 of 32
    texgal to Psalm 73
    texgal, have you ever BEEN to Connecticut? - these aren't normal Americans here - lots of very rich (Obama-bundlers) and lots of very poor, and not much in-between.

    By God's good grace I was born and raised in Texas (5th generation), have lived here all my life and hope to die and be buried here.

    I have visited liberal states but not Connecticut.

    The guys in Athens were not rich, they simply demanded their rights. You can't be the only one who thinks like you do (freedom loving American). Find those people and network with them. Contact the folks at True the Vote and see if they have groups in your area. You might get criticism but that means you are probably doing something right. We have to demand our rights through free and fair elections.

  • The Battle of Athens: Restoring the Rule of Law

    03/10/2014 3:35:59 PM PDT · 30 of 32
    texgal to Psalm 73
    There are groups like King Street Patriots and True the Vote you should contact. They can help with strategies for ensuring an honest vote.

    I work the polls every election, I usually request Democrat areas and make sure I report every voting abnormality to the Texas Secretary of State. Several of us have caught and reported voting infractions. It will take you and other like-minded citizens to make a difference.

  • The Battle of Athens: Restoring the Rule of Law

    03/10/2014 3:21:06 PM PDT · 29 of 32
    texgal to Psalm 73
    It won't do any good for others to come in and "rescue" them if they keep re-electing the kind of people who will confiscate their guns.

    Yes, Texas is a big red state, but believe me there's lots of loonies here too. We do our best not to let them get elected to office where they can cause problems, but sometime it does happen. The remedy is to vote them out asap. Then, there's Sheila Jackson Lee - that's another story!

  • The Battle of Athens: Restoring the Rule of Law

    03/10/2014 5:35:49 AM PDT · 13 of 32
    texgal to Kartographer
    The people in Conn. voted in those who are now taking away their 2nd ame3ndment rights and they want patriots from other states to come to their rescue?

    They should get a clue and vote them out or vote with their feet and move somewhere else!

  • Immigration Detainees Continue Hunger Strike at Wash. Facility

    03/09/2014 6:56:10 PM PDT · 15 of 21
    texgal to moonshinner_09
    Let them starve themselves - send their bodies back to Mexico.

    What part of "You're breaking the law", don't they understand?

  • Comical Thread:If You Were Darrell Issa,What Questions Would You Asked Of Lois Lerner?

    03/08/2014 11:55:10 PM PST · 42 of 50
    texgal to Cruz_West_Paul2016

    How do you like your jail cell?

  • ON PNEUMONIA

    03/06/2014 4:34:31 PM PST · 62 of 186
    texgal to Lazamataz
    BE careful with bacterial pneumonia. I was sick with a severe sinus infection as a result of Cedar Fever. God some meds (I am allergic to penicillin) and it seems that at some point in time during second round of antibiotics, it turned into bacterial pneumonia.

    The beastie bacteria weren't phased by the antibiotics and the bacteria got into my bloodstream and damaged my heart. I had a heart attack and now only have 63% of my regular heart function. Changed my life forever.

  • Chipotle says global warming could force guacamole off its menus

    03/05/2014 2:21:36 PM PST · 41 of 73
    texgal to texgal

    Just realized that the Globull warming idiots could place Algore out in the cold to accomplish the same thing - he’s so full of hot air!

  • Chipotle says global warming could force guacamole off its menus

    03/05/2014 2:16:50 PM PST · 33 of 73
    texgal to bitterohiogunclinger
    True.

    I'm on the Texas Gulf Coast and even though it was cold this winter I covered the trees with a couple of quilts and some plastic over that and plugged in a couple of drop lights to keep them warm.

    We actually had winter this year and I am sooooo ready for it to be over. Can't imagine what it has been like for you folks up north!

  • Chipotle says global warming could force guacamole off its menus

    03/05/2014 1:57:47 PM PST · 4 of 73
    texgal to Red in Blue PA

    I grow my own avocados so who needs them! They put way too much onion in the stuff anyway.