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    Check out my stepson's dog.. Chaos

    we shot this clip of my stepson's dog the other day while traveling/vacationing on Ft. Myers Beach...

    enjoy...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZYnH4qMbwM

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    Re: Check out my stepson's dog.. Chaos

    That's quiet interesting. Demonstrates the power in a Pit-Bull's mouth!
    Ft. Meyers eh? I was there last year in March. I will be in Rotunda Beach and
    Boca Grande, north of there, all of February. We go there each year and visit
    with my sister.
    Gret sights, great places. a couple of my pleasure there: fresh seafood and
    fresh air, from the ocean. Also great scenery and some of the whitest
    Beaches in the world. I hear the sand is from pure QUartz Crystals.

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    Re: Check out my stepson's dog.. Chaos

    Never heard that about the sand.. thats interesting

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    Re: Check out my stepson's dog.. Chaos

    Yes, I first heard it this past Summer while viewing a t.v. program: "the
    country's ten greatest beaches. Interestingly, I think they were ALL in
    Florida. That is when they explained about the dazzling white sand
    being comprimised of pure Quartz Crystal. I think in ealier days a great
    deal of sand was 'harvested' from the beaches there and used to make
    commercial glasswares.
    I grew up around Jacksonville, in North Florida. When I was young we were
    at the beach a lot. I remember the beaches as being nice and clean and
    light colored - not like in the southern gulf coastal areas of Florida, but
    still nice and clean.
    In recent years, returning to the same North Florida location beaches, the
    sand is really grey, dingy looking and I have not saw the amount of marine
    aquatic life remains washed up on the shore. I think the problem is that the
    cargo and other ships which one can see passing on the distant horizon
    empty their bilges into the sea, which contains petroleum and other waste.
    This is what is responsible for the dirty appearence of the sand, Es-
    pecially the Oil Tankers that are often leaking their cargo.
    One of the lovliest beaches I was ever on was on the Island of Guam. I
    was often by myself there, exploring and Scuaba and Reef Diving. I
    would go out, sometimes, for the entire day. I found one beach area
    that must have been, at least. two miles long. I had to wade out about
    30 feet into water about waist high, to get around a large towering
    rock outcropping that was quite high, then back around. One could
    not see that particular beach otherwise, as it was hidden and was
    otherwise virtually inaccesible due to rugged Jungle growth. I never
    saw anyone else on this particular area of beach.
    The sand was a brilliant white and stretched from the surf's edge to
    about 30 - 40 yards toward the Jungle growth. There ws an abundance
    of Cocunut Palms. The water was usually pretty calm and it was very
    enjoyable to Scuba in the shallows and see all of the marine life.
    One of my better memories of Guam.
    Last edited by coontie; 12-09-2006 at 07:49 PM.

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    Re: Check out my stepson's dog.. Chaos

    Don't think i want to piss that dog off.. cool vid

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    Re: Check out my stepson's dog.. Chaos

    we have a small business in a a somwhat "questionable' area of town. So, we have an alarm system that is remotely monitored.
    One evening, I was approached by a local street person that asked me if we ever had any trouble with anybody trying to break into our business. I mentioned the alarm to him nd that it ws monitored and the police would come. He said: "s---" that doesn't bother anyone around here, they watch for the man, he comes from one way, they go the other!" SO that alarm is no problem."
    I replied: "oh, there's one other thing I forgot to mention... 'Larry'"
    Who's Larry, he said. I said: he's our watchdog that we keep inside the business at all times. He's 'Stealth' trained."
    He asked: "oh, and what is Stealth-trained."
    I replied: "that means that he is trained to not bark or make any kind of noise,
    but when someone breaks into our place he's on them in a heartbeat and is conditoned to go for the crotch and he doesn't let go until commanded by one of us."
    He said: "Oh", and walked away without any further comment. :rolleyes: :D

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