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How did you know your dog was "yours"?She was this little scrap of fluff: tailless, with a massive hernia that touched the ground when she walked, a severe heart murmur, a skin condition, and shall we say less-than-perfect mental reasoning skills. My mother rescued her and some other puppies from an awful puppy mill (which we later managed to shut down) that kept her and her siblings locked next to a dryer in 100+ degree heat with hot air blowing on them all day, intending to let them die or actively kill them because they were “damaged goods.” If they didn’t die of heat exhaustion, the plan was apparently to drown them. My mother got these puppies out of that house and found them homes. My wife — in her compassion — saw the smallest, most deformed of a lot and fell in love. She decided we would keep the puppy and see how much we could help it.We named her Olive.I didn’t want her. I looked at that dog and all I saw was vet bills. Mountains of vet bills. And I was right: over the course of two and a half years, that dog cost me a fortune. I also thought it was cruel to leave her alive in her condition. I mean, heavens above, she had a hernia the size of a fig, on a body not much bigger than a cantaloupe! But she seemed happy, and the vet said she didn’t appear to be in any pain, so keep her we did. I still didn’t like her. Her first night with us she somehow managed to find her way into the bed and, being too scared to jump the six feet down (we sleep on a very low floor bed) proceeded to poop everywhere.I wanted to kill her then. Not quite literally, but when one wakes up in dog crap from a puppy for which one does not care, one has strong feelings.But then something…shifted. It might have been when she got out of the house and came running toward me with unbound delight. It might be one night while I was reading and she perched precariously in my lap just enough to cover my book, and stared up at me with those big brown eyes. Hell, it might’ve been when she attacked my annoying sister-in-law. All she did was bark in her shrieky way and run full gallop at the woman, but it was enough to make my sister-in-law jump back. Which was funny. Whatever the case I grew fond of that little puppy.And then she got sick. She got sick and her hair started falling out and she developed a couple of abscesses. We took her into what has become our regular vet because his office was the only one open, and in the middle of treating the abscesses and trying to determine the cause of her hair loss, he noticed the hernia and gave us his opinion: without treatment, little Olive wouldn’t last the year. The hernia would twist and she would die an awful death. At the same time, he thought she was having some hormone issues and recommended spaying her as a solution to her issues, in addition to some steroid treatments. There was a chance that, given her heart condition, she would die if she were put fully under, but he thought he knew a way to make sure she was safe and offered to do both treatments for a very, very low amount of money. We agreed, and she went in for surgery. We went to work.It was one of the most stressful days of my life. I must have called six or seven times to find out how she was doing. But they were always very patient, and she cane out of surgery alright. Our vet — Dr. Bob in Alvin, Tx, a real local treasure — said that she should be monitored overnight by us, instead of being left at their kennel, and because I didn’t get off work until 10 o’clock, offered to drive back down around eleven when I got home and help me get her sorted. So that’s why we did. We went into the office, opened the door to the kennel…and there she was. She looked tired and a little drugged.But then she saw me. And her face lit up. And she gave me a little bark and shook her taillless little butt. She was happy to see me. And I was so overcome with emotion and happiness that she had survived…well, at that moment, the little scrap of fur became mine. From that point on, she was my dog, and I did everything I could to take care of her. Eventually the vet bills became quite high, because she needed multiple treatments and special medicines, but I didn’t care. Olive was family. And she was always so happy.About a month back she started bleeding in her mouth. Lots of little sores popped up. We scheduled a vet appointment for a week in the future, the earliest date. But it got worse, and she got exhausted. Could barely walk. We took her to an emergency vet, and they did what they could, have us some steroids, sent us home. A day later it was worse. My little Olive was struggling to breathe. We took her back into the emergency vet.She had something called Evans syndrome.Apparently, her immune system thought her blood was an enemy, and was destroying her red blood cells. She was losing blood and couldn’t stay oxygenated. I asked the vet what we could do, and she just kind of looked at me and…I knew.I never expected it to happen. Olive had pulled through so many times before. We thought of her as a miracle dog. But I guess I got greedy. This was one miracle too many, and there was no treatment option. If we didn’t make it easy for her, she would go badly, and it wouldn’t even take the full night. So we made it easy for her.Olive was my dog. She was my little girl. She trusted me. Even as she was going she kept her eyes open to look at me and my wife. She expected to go home. But she never did. I failed her. I didn’t keep her alive. I didn’t save her. But in the end she trusted me to make the pan go away. And that, at least, I could do. And it was so peaceful when she passed…she could finally breathe. She finally looked comfortable. I have to think it was the right choice because it was the only choice.I knew she was my dog when I first picked her up from the vet. I knew she was my dog when she made my sister-in-law nervous. I knew she was my dog when she chewed on my hair, and watched tv with me. And I knew she was my dog when I had to watch her go. When I had to give her up. To give her back.She is still, and always will be, my dog.
What do Liberals/Democrats want to see happen to guns? What laws/restrictions do they want passed and why?I am a liberal. I voted for Dukakis, for God’s sake. I am so far left that Bernie Sanders does not go far enough.Image: USNewsI don’t need to restrict firearms. There are tens of millions of other liberals to ask for that. I would like to see:National reciprocity for concealed carry permits. Wait for Heller to be overturned or a new Amendment for a rebuttal. Meanwhile, Heller should be enforced as surely as gay marriage, women’s suffrage and abolition of Black slavery.Allow private sellers access to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). You want to require background checks for all firearms sales, including private face-to-face? Then individuals need free access to NICS like licensed dealers and law enforcement have. People should have this choice available to them already.Prosecute those who lie on background screenings. “In almost every case, these people can be prosecuted” (Politifact), but only 0.055% prosecution rate for those who fail. What’s the purpose of screening for prohibited persons such as convicted felons, if those prohibited persons are not prosecuted for breaking federal or state law by lying on forms? In my state, applicants must pay for their own federal background check and fingerprint check and registry. They shouldn’t.Uphold the thousands of existing gun laws against criminals, instead of penalizing law abiding citizens with new ones. If a violent felon is convicted to 15 years for illegal possession of a firearm, why are they now out to commit more crimes? (FAMM - Families Against Mandatory Minimums) Yes, keeping people out of the system saves money and may be good for families. So how does making more gun laws to break and creating millions more criminals with the stroke of a pen help? If you are willing to release a non-violent felon who illegally possessed a firearm because we should care about the impact on their families (FAMM), why do you want to jail a non-violent gun owner simply because he has a magazine that holds over 10 rounds?Increase penalties for use of a firearm in crimes. Sorry FAMM, and I do care about impacted family members of convicted criminals (FAMM - Why Should I Care?). As a liberal, I would increase social supports for underprivileged families so women and children do not need to be dependent on or stay with criminals, have convicts imprisoned within more reasonable distance of their homes, and allow/encourage family visits. With accommodations and family friendly events, even. If they don’t agree using an illegal handgun in commission of a robbery means an extra ten years on top of the robbery charge, perhaps criminals shouldn’t use guns or rob people.Free or affordable firearms handling and safety training to promote safer handling and storage of firearms, to avoid being a burden to exercise a Constitutional right, for the same reason people argue against requiring voter IDs for inner city minorities.Require secure storage of firearms to prevent access by unauthorized persons when not ready for immediate use. You sleep with your loaded handgun to be ready for a home invasion? I do. You keep an AR-15 or shotgun at hand at the computer? Sometimes. But I put them in the safe when I shower or leave home, because I’m the only one allowed to touch my guns. I have the keys for my safes and locks. I have private home security and various kinds of gun owner and liability insurance, too. If you can afford a $400 firearm and $18 a box for ammunition, you can afford a lock if one doesn’t come with your gun, or you can buy a small safe or clamp style cover for the trigger housing or action. Note: not electronic smart guns that fail when you need it.AR15 Lock, IC-Lock Ejection Port Gun Lock $27Image: ic13arms, eBay (I am not a representative or stakeholder of IC-LOCK.)Life Jacket Locking Firearm Safety Case LJ3 Shotgun Case $15.99Image: eBay (I am not a representative or stakeholder of Life Jacket.)I’ve taken time off work, and paid thousands of dollars to travel thousands of miles to go to the classes, taken the tests (100%), shot on the range (90-ish?), passed the federal background checks (in addition to all other background checks and random drug tests to be an education and health care worker), paid the fees, yet can carry a concealed weapon in only 33 states, and not my home state. What other Constitutional right does not apply nationwide?In my state at the time I first got my permit to acquire a firearm, state certified Hunter Education classes or other state approved firearms training (e.g. armed law enforcement or military service) were required prior to applying for a permit. The cost for the classes was normally $100, but the fee was waived due to a donation or grant. I was trained for free. Hell, if some donor is willing and able to shell out $100 per student, why can’t they give an extra $10 for a gun lock or $40 for a pistol safe? I bought my own 14 rifle safe and a pistol safe, but that was my choice.[Fun fact: at my hunter education class (2008), I noticed the older brother of a high school classmate in attendance. Purely by coincidence while looking at a sex offender registry much later, there he was. His listing is still current. Two counts, Sex Assault III, 2001. He’s a convicted felon and wouldn’t pass a background check.]Note I did not say, promote ownership of firearms. There may be firearms in 4 out of 10 homes in the US. Your children and loved ones are around guns accessible from other homes or while in other homes, regardless of lack of guns in your own home, vault like security for firearms you do own, or legal status of firearms in your community. Widespread firearms handling and safety training will have a societal benefit, even if it is as simple as children learning Don’t touch! Tell an adult! if they see a firearm unattended.
Why don't schools teach children about taxes and bills and things that they will definitely need to know as adults to get by in life?Departments of education and school districts always have to make decisions about what to include in their curriculum. There are a lot of life skills that people need that aren't taught in school. The question is should those skills be taught in schools?I teach high school, so I'll talk about that. The typical high school curriculum is supposed to give students a broad-based education that prepares them to be citizens in a democracy and to be able to think critically. For a democracy to work, we need educated, discerning citizens with the ability to make good decisions based on evidence and objective thought. In theory, people who are well informed about history, culture, science, mathematics, etc., and are capable of critical, unbiased thinking, will have the tools to participate in a democracy and make good decisions for themselves and for society at large. In addition to that, they should be learning how to be learners, how to do effective, basic research, and collaborate with other people. If that happens, figuring out how to do procedural tasks in real life should not provide much of a challenge. We can't possibly teach every necessary life skill people need, but we can help students become better at knowing how to acquire the skills they need. Should we teach them how to change a tire when they can easily consult a book or search the internet to find step by step instructions for that? Should we teach them how to balance a check book or teach them how to think mathematically and make sense of problems so that the simple task of balancing a check book (which requires simple arithmetic and the ability to enter numbers and words in columns and rows in obvious ways) is easy for them to figure out. If we teach them to be good at critical thinking and have some problem solving skills they will be able to apply those overarching skills to all sorts of every day tasks that shouldn't be difficult for someone with decent cognitive ability to figure out. It's analogous to asking why a culinary school didn't teach its students the steps and ingredients to a specific recipe. The school taught them about more general food preparation and food science skills so that they can figure out how to make a lot of specific recipes without much trouble. They're also able to create their own recipes.So, do we want citizens with very specific skill sets that they need to get through day to day life or do we want citizens with critical thinking, problem solving, and other overarching cognitive skills that will allow them to easily acquire ANY simple, procedural skill they may come to need at any point in their lives?
How can I legally purchase a GLOCK pistol in the US?Simple answer is: Don't break any applicable laws while doing it and you'll be good to go!Federal law requires that you be at least 21 years of age to purchase a handgun from an Federal Firearms License holding dealer, but in most states you will need to be 21 or older to legally possess a handgun no matter where you buy it. So, figure age 21 or older, and you'll be safe. Federal law prohibits certain people from possessing firearms or ammunition. The main one is convicted felons, but there are several other similar classes of people, the least of which is anyone who has been convicted of a misdemeanor domestic assault or abuse. Most state laws follow federal law in this regard. In some states, you must have a permit to acquire a handgun. Get it. It's no big deal. It's not a permit to carry, just to acquire. You must have it if you buy a handgun from an individual or even if you accept it as a gift if its from anyone other than immediate family members, such as your parents.After that, buy your Glock. Buying through an FFL dealer is your best bet, but there is generally nothing wrong from buying from an individual if you do it right. Preferably it's someone you already know at least some and have no reason to believe is selling it in bad faith. In other words, your best judgement indicates that it's probably not stolen or has been used to commit a crime with. If you're getting it in the case with accessories at roughly market price and the individual doesn't seem to be in an especially big hurry to sell it, you're probably all right. If he's selling it very cheaply and acts like he wanted it gone yesterday, that's not a good sign and buying from him once you've observed that could potentially expose you to culpability for purchasing a stolen pistol if the authorities come to believe that you should have known the deal wasn't legitimate.Once you purchase it, to be fully legal, I'd recommend lawfully taking it home with you. A locking tool box or a small suitcase, even a cardboard box well secured with tape should be all right. The key is that it's not readily accessible and too large to conceal on your person. Put it in the trunk or somewhere where you can't signNow it while driving. Once you're on your own property, you can typically carry or conceal it any way you want with no problem.
How much will be the fee to fill out the XAT form?The XAT Registration fee is Rs. 1700(late fee Rs. 2000). This is had increased from last year.If you want to apply for XLRI programmes then pay additional Rs.300 (late fee Rs. 500)The last date for registration is 30th Nov 2018. The exam is on 6th Jan 2019.All the best
How do I fill out an NCC Scholarship form?NCC (National Cadet Corps) is a voluntary organization which recruits cadets from high schools, colleges and universities all over India.To enroll yourself to it, Contact to your college/school office, they will give you forms and other necessary information about NCC. Every school/college have a person dedicated to NCC, He/She will guide you further.For NCC, your school/college should fulfill the requisite pre-conditions are as follows :(a) Availability of students for enrollment.(b) Availability of eligible teachers to be appointed as Associate NCC Officer(ANO). One ANO per school/college for Junior Division or Senior Division cadets.(c) Availability of parade ground, storeroom for NCC.(d) Short Range for firing in the vicinity.(e) Supplementing financial resources (in case of Govt aided institutions). Private institutions are required to bear entire expenditure of the State’s share. Details will be available with nearest NCC Bn HQ.
How do I fill out the IT-2104 form if I live in NJ?Do you work only in NY? Married? Kids? If your w-2 shows NY state withholding on your taxes, fill out a non-resident NY tax return which is fairly simple. If it doesn't, you don't fill out NY at all. If it shows out NYC withholding you enter that as well on the same forms.Then you would fill out your NJ returns as well with any withholding for NJ. Make sure to put any taxes paid to other states on your reciprocal states (nj paid, on NY return and vice versa)
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