Thursday, August 22, 2013

What do I believe in?

"What do I believe in?"
I Believe

I believe that most people are inherently good.
I believe, when given a chance, most people will do the right thing.
I believe that most Americans will do anything for their families.
I believe in God the Father Almighty, the maker of the Heavens and Earth.
I believe in Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour.
I believe that he died and on the third day of his death he became alive again so he could wash away the sins with his blood for all who trust and believe in him.
I believe you can have eternal life in Heaven.
I believe that opportunity is usually disguised as hard work. 
I believe that the free enterprise system is a gift from God. 
I believe that the ability to forgive and forget will set you free. 
I believe that the harder you work, the luckier you get.
I believe in Liberty.
I believe in choosing to be happy. 
I believe in accepting responsibility for everything that happens to me. 
I believe that every challenge or obstacle is an opportunity to become a better person. 
I believe that life can be tough, but at the end of the day, life is what you make of it.
I believe in my Family.
I believe that evil exists.
I believe in demons and the devil. That they are the reason that evil and sin exist. 
I believe it is my responsibility to protect all that is good from all that is bad. 
I believe in preparing for the worst while expecting the best. 
I believe in the natural-born and inalienable right to self protection. 
I believe in myself.
I believe that a gun cannot be good or bad. It is simply a thing. A tool.
I believe that some people cannot be trusted with any type of instrument that can cause harm to anyone or themselves. 
I believe that the founders of our Country used these tools we call guns to liberate themselves from tyranny.

I believe in being peaceful and avoiding conflicts at all costs.
I believe in fighting as if the lives of my family depend on it...because they do!
I believe in the power of prayer.

This is what I believe.

E.S. Ray

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Boston Brakes, No Skidmarks in the Sky

“BOSTON BRAKES” Assassination Technique Becomes Big “Problem Solver”

Boston Brakes, No Skidmarks in the Sky

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Roy’s Folks: Bird Carver

Old Story but great Roy's Folks

Ruger to open plant in Mayodan, create 450 jobs

Ruger to open plant in Mayodan, create 450 jobs

Posted on: 9:39 am, August 13, 2013, by Fox8 updated on: 12:23pm, August 13, 2013

MAYODAN, N.C. — Gov. Pat McCrory on Tuesday officially announced Sturm, Ruger & Co. will open a manufacturing plant in Rockingham County.
The gun manufacturer is expected to make an investment of $26 million and create at least 450 jobs by 2017 when its third U.S. manufacturing facility opens in Mayodan, McCrory said.
Ruger announced in July it had chosen the old, more than 200,000-square-foot Unifi plant off Cardwell Road to house its first major expansion in more than 25 years. The site has been empty for at least six years.
Despite Ruger’s announcement, Graham Pervier, President of Economic Development and Tourism for the Rockingham County Partnership, told FOX8′s Carter Coyle, the final decision was “…subject to successful negotiations of state and local incentives.”
Compensation will vary by position, but the average annual salary will exceed $45,000, plus benefits.
The average annual salary in Rockingham County is $33,000.

Read More @ Fox8 News

Sunday, August 11, 2013

NC scores three No. 1 movies so far in 2013

NC scores three No. 1 movies so far in 2013

NC scores three No. 1 movies so far in 2013
WILMINGTON, N.C. — Wilmington has spawned a record high of three No. 1 hits at the box office this year,according to The Star News of Wilmington.
“The Conjuring,” ”Iron Man 3″ and “Safe Haven” all we're No. 1 at the box office for a time.
“Iron Man 3,” and “The Conjuring,” earned about $174.2 million and $42 million during their opening weekends, respectively. “Safe Haven” earned around $21.5 million in its first few days in theaters.
Since “Iron Man” kicked off the summer movie season, it has scored more than $1.2 billion in global ticket sales.
“We’re the Millers,” a comedy starring Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis, is being released this week and was also filmed in Wilmington.
The comedy is projected to gross about $22 million domestically in its opening weekend.
“We’re the Millers” is described as a raunchy comedy about a drug dealer who creates a fake family to move a shipment of marijuana from the U.S. to Mexico.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

UNCSA named one of the ‘Best Film Schools of 2013′

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The University of North Carolina School of the Arts Film School has been named one of the “Best Film Schools of 2013,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
UNCSA is ranked #12 and is joined by the likes of Columbia, Northwestern and NYU.

The report takes into account alumni work, tuition and strength of facility.
UNCSA was the first state supported school of the arts in the country.

Camp Carefree in need of volunteers

STOKESDALE, N.C. — Camp Carefree, which provides a one week camping experience for children suffering from chronic illness, is looking for volunteers.
The organization is in need of male volunteers who are interested in serving as camp counselors. Volunteers must be 18 and provide their own transportation. Previous camp experience is not required.
The camp is also in need of donations including paper plates, cups, plastic utensils, sunscreen, toilet paper, individually wrapped snacks and chips, bottled waters, juice boxes, large and extra-large latex-free gloves, household bug repellent, all-purpose cleaning products, wet wipes, garbage bags, pool toys and life jackets.
To find out more visit the Camp Carefree website or call (336) 856-1591.