My dad Brian parker fighting in Casa Grande AZ Saturday June 26 2011 at the airport tavern.
My people back home in VA CWB
Arlington, Va., entrepreneur Kim Houghton, owner of Wag More Dogs canine boarding and grooming facility in Arlington, wasn’t looking for a fight. All she wanted to do was build goodwill with dog owners by creating a fun and whimsical mural on the back wall of her business, which faces the Shirlington Dog Park. Kim spent $4,000 to commission an outdoor mural of cartoon dogs, bones and paw prints to be painted on the back wall of her business. As a long-time user of the park herself, Kim saw the mural as her gift to the community.
But now Arlington County officials are trying to turn Kim’s mural into their government-issued sign. Represented by the Institute for Justice, she has filed a First Amendment lawsuit to defend her rights and the rights of all entrepreneurs to express themselves.
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THE FORMER pastor of a snake-handling church has vowed to carry on handling serpents – despite almost dying after being bitten by a rattlesnake. Cody Coots is the ex-leader of the Full Gospel Tabernacle in Jesus’ Name church in Middlesboro, Kentucky, one of America’s only remaining snake-handling churches. The dangerous ritual had already cost the Pentecostal church its previous pastor, Cody’s father Jamie Coots, 42, after he was bitten by a rattlesnake and killed in 2014. The disturbing footage of Cody being bitten by a timber rattlesnake – the same snake that killed his his father – features in My Life Inside: The Snake Church, a two-part film from Barcroft TV. Cody was airlifted to hospital where he was eventually stabilised despite major swelling to his eyes, face and airways. Cody survived and recovered and, despite his ordeal, still attends the church and says he has no plans to give up handling snakes.
Videographer / director: Ruaridh Connellan, Dan Howlett
Producer: Tom Midlane, Ruby Coote
Editors: Thom Johnson, Ian Phillips
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Fire destroyed a church that had been renovated into housing at 1st Avenue North and 11th Street one block off main street in downtown Fort Dodge. Many fire departments from around the area were called in to help put out the fire. Temperature was 84 degrees and winds were light from the SSW but the brick and wood frame structure didn’t extinguish easily. Flames were kept from spreading to surrounding buildings.
Fort Dodge Police officers and Webster County Sheriff set up and manned a perimeter of safety.
Here you can see Water Cannon’s being used from the top of a fire truck and a ladder truck as well as Firefighters on the street with 4″ hoses. Another ladder truck was putting water onto the fire and surround buildings from the West side of the adjacent building (Beacon of Hope Homeless Shelter].
Mid American Energy was on hand cutting power to the effected structures.
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