The forecast for the Midwest is a bit on the ominous side, however.
Our Hoosierland weather will lead us to believe all is well, with partly cloudy skies, and temps reaching to the 60-degree mark. It will also be breezy and it's those breezes we'll be keeping a close eye on, as they are supposed to increase in intensity overnight into tomorrow.
(there go the trash bins in our neighborhood)
In any event, it might be a bit of a problem, but at least not for today.
So, let's all get that morning drink poured as we take a peek at what's happening elsewhere...
*** First off of the flagpole is our WHO SAID THAT? quote of the week:
"Neither a wise man nor a brave man lies down on the tracks of history to wait for the train of the future to run over them."
Only appropriate that we express such things on this day.
So, WHO said that? The answer at the top of tomorrow's post.
Meanwhile, back at West Point...
*** And, it's also time for our "What the hell happens today, Bob?" feature:
November 11 -
---Today is NATIONAL SUNDAE DAY
---And, it's VETERANS DAY
*** Next up, a man is found dead in a car by FWPD.
|Another day, another D/B - must be the SE side.|
The D/B was found in what looks like a Monte Carlo that was in an alley along the 300 block of Kinnaird Avenue around 0030 hrs this morning.
Investigators were unable to determine the COD, and the coroner will release a report sometime today.
A neighbor initially called police with a suspicious car report, but FWPD believes the car had been there for several hours.
(I report suspicious vehicles after 20 minutes, but then again, that's me)
No one in the area reported a disturbance or gunshots.
Police have not determined if the man was the owner of the vehicle.
Could this be homicide number 28?
*** Meanwhile a little farther north, we have this:
|Even the photos suck.|
It's unclear if the suspect got away with anything.
No description of the suspect is available, an K-9 units were busy trying to get a track.
(funny, there's no "if you have any information, call police" mentioned)
*** Next up, you can thank me (once again) for mentioning that something like this NEXT story was coming to our fair city.
REAL case as to WHY our "king" needed that THIRD term.
(all part of the 20-year "masterplan")
King Henry wants to "expand Fort Wayne's borders"...
(Didn't someone in Germany in the late 1930s say something similar when they marched into Poland???)
How does one do that, Bob?
Why does one do that, Bob?
TO SHORE UP AN ERODING TAX BASE.
Sound a bit familiar? It should, as I mentioned this ploy for years, and that the city would HAVE to do it, much to the chagrin of those who are about to be "brought in". That's what happens when a whole quadrant of a city is allowed to go to hell, and nothing is done to stop it.
It's called the "easy way" to get out when you're in OVER YOUR HEAD..
Here's a news release from WOWO:
Also, you can reference my posts from 12 March 2013, 6 August 2012, 10 February 2012, 28 August 2007, and 7 January 2007.
|"It's MY realm...all MINE."|
Welcome to democrat rule, folks...hope you come to enjoy it (not).
*** Last back to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier...today is VETERANS DAY.
ALL those who have served this nation in the various branches of our military.
Here's the WIKI on it:
Sadly, we no longer have ANY veterans from "The war to end all wars" - WW1.
With "the passing of the guard", as it were, we lose a large part of OURSELVES...not just those who pass that were veterans.
I think it's great that stores offers specials for our veterans, and that organizations such as Wounded Warriors do so much to help our vets.
It's ALL these men (and women) who have sacrificed so very much that make it possible for everyone here to breathe the air of freedom and liberty.
So, take time to remember all that has been done, and continues to be done for you.
Thank a vet, and not just today, but anytime you encounter one.
Stay SAFE out there, America.