Lets Experiment – How Serious is the BATFE on verified gun crime?

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Man destroys AR-15 rifle after Florida school shooting ONE LESS: Scott Pappalardo owned his AR-15 rifle for more than 30 years. He even has a Second Amendment tattoo on his arm. This weekend, he destroyed his gun “to make sure this weapon will never be able to take a life.” http://abcn.ws/2Fg8wFc Posted by ABC World News Tonight with David Muir on Monday, February 19, 2018 Has anyone seen the video of the man cutting the barrel down on his AR-15 in order to “save the kids” It does not prevent the gun from shooting – albeit it does turn it

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Emergency Procedures Your Child Should Know

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Most kids are smarter than they look even at a tender age. They can take simple instructions, detect and respond positively to emergency situations. You need to teach them the right emergency steps to take. They should know when and how to respond if someone is in danger or when they find themselves in trouble. Here are some emergency procedures your child should know. Calling 911 Kids learn faster and have a good memory. If you teach them to make 911 calls during an emergency with practical demonstrations, they might save someone’s life or yours when the need arises. Tips:                                                                                         

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Kids and Guns

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As a firearm instructor, you might not believe how many times I hear from someone that they would like to own a gun, but their spouse will not allow it because they have kids in the house.  On a grand scale, I understand and agree with the REASONING behind this feeling.  It’s a parent’s job […]

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How to Teach Your Wife to Shoot

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I have to say I started all wrong.  I did not know how to teach my wife to shoot. On my first real date with my wife (now EX – and I now can say I REALLY started all wrong – I should have skipped the first completely), I took her out to go shooting.  […]

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WT’s First Minecraft Video

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WT had his own channel for his grandparents to watch his stuff, but somehow it got hacked and the recovery password changed to one that is not ours – YouTube is not really helpful since I don’t know the recovery password. When my boy said he wanted to make minecraft videos like hobbypig and toy […]

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Kid Built Computer Part III Downloading the Kano OS

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The process to download and install the Kano OS is very well documented on the actual Kano website.  I recommend just buying their setup.  It is not that much more expensive than DIY, but the kit and the kit documentation is much more kid friendly. You are not going to find a better kid sized […]

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Kid Built Computer Part II Setting up the Kano OS

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This is my son and I powering up his blackberry pi mini computer and setting up the Kano OS. Once again, the footage is wonky, my wife was holding the camera and as this was the first power up of the computer neither of us knew what would happen on screen. Our only problem with […]

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Top 10 Survival Skills Your Child Should Know Right Now

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Every individual needs to be able to take care of his or herself, including children. They may not be adults yet, and they may have fewer responsibilities than most of us, but they do need to learn how to survive in this cruel world, especially when outdoors. Hence, in this post, we’ll be rounding up […]

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WT Makes Kale Chips

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We have made a Kale Chips Post before, kinda like the multiple brandied strawberry posts.  However the first time I showed this William was a baby, and when Genny went to make this on Sunday William wanted to participate. With WT wanting to cook with mommy, and Genny needing content for her Healthy Life group […]

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10 Reasons Children Should Learn Archery

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Many studies have shown that students who are involved in extracurricular activities are far less likely to develop dangerous habits like smoking and drug abuse. Despite the heavy evidence supporting these facts, only 2.6 million of students from the ages 12-17 are actively enrolled in such activities. If you are looking for a good after-school […]

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Kid Safe Sparkler Usage

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            See larger image A Professional’s GuideTo Pyrotechnics: Understanding And Making Exploding Fireworks This book offers a well-rounded selection of reliable, well-researched formulas for the most popular exploding fireworks, including M80s, cherry bombs, ash cans, chasers, globe torpedoes, Knallkorpers, aerial bombs, cracker balls, Flashcrackas and more. For academic study only. List Price: $25.00 USD New From: $14.77 USD In Stock

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Snow Igloo

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Since this was the first time in a LONG time that I had a job that did not find it essential to be in during disasters my family decided to have fun in the snow. The easiest way to do that and still secretly teach WT some skills was to build an igloo. It did not take much to build besides a shovel, a 5 gallon bucket, and a lot of snow.  Basically all we did was shovel snow into a bucket and lightly tamp it down just like making a sandcastle. We then upended the bucket and let the

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Happy Birthday William Tell

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Two years ago today, I was full of excitement and more than a little scared as I waited on the birth of my son William Tell. In the past two years, my perspective has changed, I have matured, and how I feel about the role of parents in society is no longer theoretical. Without a […]

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Baby Food: Brown Rice Cereal Method #1

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This is a simple way of making your own Baby Food. We are only using rice, water, and either breast milk or formula depending on your preference. I like this because it makes baby food for our boy without all the weird chemicals in commercial baby cereal.  By doing this we control exactly what WT […]

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Merry Christmas

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I want to wish you a merry Christmas, and share the Christmas story with you as it reads in the Scripture.  As you spend time with your family (GET OFF THE COMPUTER) remember the reason we celebrate the day. Luke 2:1-20 King James Version (KJV) 2 And it came to pass in those days, that there […]

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Kickstarter Project: Why We Shouldn’t Always Follow the Rules

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http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tngun/why-we-shouldnt-always-follow-the-rules Please take a second to visit this post.  I am working on a new project, any support will help me sell a publisher.  Children’s books are a much different field than adult non-fiction. The idea is to help teach kids how to be self reliant, in a unique way. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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