Saturday, April 19, 2008
Scrap Metal Theft
Yearning For Zion Ranch Issue
Certainly polygamy is against the law, but the Federal government has always knew it existed and where it existed, but have not made any attempt to stop it.
I understand now they want to do genetic testing on the children to determine who their parents are. It is none of the government damn business who the parents are. The Foster Care system is overburden as it is, so how are they going to handle over 400 children? I can't help but think these children came from loving parents and altho they may not have the same beliefs I do the children are better with their parents than the government.
Streets Paved With Candy
Adults may look for street paved in gold but kids look for streets paved in candy and today was the opening day parade of the Delmar Little League and altho the street may not have been paved in candy there was a lot of it. It is also the 50th anniversary of the Delmar Little league.
Shining up the wheels on the fire truck before the parade
The Start of the parade
Fire Prevention Queens
The school color guard and band
The legendary band fan Pat Palmer
Delaware Vice Mayor Mike Houlihan, Town Manager Sara Bynum King and Maryland Commissioner Carl Anderton walking in the parade. Now you know this is the most exercise this crew has gotten in a long time.
The Town Police Lead and Followed up at the rear
It was a good haul for these kids
Public Works at work
As I have said before the kids are unknowing in the effort it takes to put on one of these parades. A big thanks to the Public Works Department, Police Department, Fire Department, sponsors of little league teams, and the little league organization for putting on the parade today.
Dillards Restaurant in the 1980's was a great place to eat and inexpensive. It was in Seaford and was later purchased by Englishs - which should have been a good fit, but they screwed it up and it stayed empty for a while and is now a Mexican restaurant.
Delmar Community Yardsale
Today there are yardsales all over Delmar. The main one is at State Street Park.
Had to stop by the Delmar Kiwanis' Trailer for a scrapple sandwich and to the Friends of the Library table for a cup of coffee, that the only way to do a yardsale is with a scrapple sandwich in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other.
The Girl Scouts had some tables of good stuff
A lot of good buys today I even bought a couple of things.
The Delmar Police (PCO Ed Ferro) were there with a table of free stuff.
One of the new Chargers the Delmar Police Force received. The money mostly came from grants and confiscated drug money.
Look at the electronic equipment in one of these.