Ferguson Riots the Cancer of Hate.

Thank you, Basharr, for putting this out here for us so we can reblog it! I hope every one does! The truth needs to gets out!

God bless you, Basharr,
Rhonda aka nanarhonda

Basharr's Outpost


I know it probably has no meaning to you but you might want to think for a moment about the lives you are destroying in your quaint little town. You have destroyed the livelihood of many business owners, jobs of many of your own people and shown yourselves for the animals that you are. I have seen feral animals act with more understanding of right and wrong than I have seen from you. You have turned on your own and done it obviously quite willingly, you have destroyed any sense of community in favor of showing your true desire to destroy that which is not yours. You will be the first ones to complain when you have to pay for what you have done and most likely you will be the last ones to pitch in to rebuild what you have destroyed.

Do you honestly think you are doing something…

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Dive 280: Short and Sweet, Like Life Itself

Such an inspirational breath of fresh air in the midst of all the ugliness going on in the world. I hope you find this a pause for you in the midst of it all and show you that life still goes on even if it is been deemed terminal.  Thank you to Pink Tank Scuba for posting her dives!

Pink Tank Scuba

Dear Critters,

Is every dive extraordinary? No. And yes. This question is like asking, is every day extraordinary? Or is every breath extraordinary? Of course they are.

Some days and dives and breaths are more memorable than others, for reasons both bad and good. But a dive is a dive. And a day is a day. And a breath is a breath. And all are limited in number, whether we have been forced to live daily with this knowledge or not. Every dive and breath and day – no matter how ordinary or challenging or underwhelming –  is a precious and extraordinary blessing that should never be taken for granted.


I have always said that, for me, one minute underwater beats a year on land (which I suppose is a bold and bizarre statement from someone who has been told they have less than a year to live). By this definition…

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