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A doctor crying behind the hospital after failing to save a young boy.
A long time ago, (about 40 years) I took some classes at a diesel truck school and while we were there, we had the opportunity to test for an inspection license . Well, one guy flunked the test. The instructor was telling the story of this guy , and how he was going on about race this, and race that, and yadda, yadda, yadda you flunked me because I'm black. And so, the instructor continued , telling the class...See More , the reason he flunked this guy, not because he was black, but because he put the lug nuts on backwards. (which is kinda a big deal) . It seems to me, that there is a lot of unmerited "because I'm black" that's never going to change.

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Read the article at the link below. It may surprise you....
Very sad news, Charlie Daniels passed away, after beating the devil. Satan never had a chance.
World’s largest American flag unfurled at Sturgis Buffalo STURGIS, S.D. — A large group of people gathered this holiday weekend in the northern Black Hills to show their patriotism.
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The group of people came together Friday night to hold up the world’s largest American flag for President Trump, as he flew by the Sturgis Buffalo Chip. The 505-feet long, 255-feet wide flag weighs 3000 pounds, but it was about what the flag represents that led them to hoist old glory.

“People don’t understand, appreciate what the constitution is all about, how important the bill of rights is, and this flag is a symbol of all those things,” said Rod Woodruff, the Owner of the Sturgis Buffalo Chip. “Not just of people who died protecting it, it’s a symbol of what they wereThe event was organized by Dane and John Senser who rented the flag and brought it to the Buffalo Chip to ensure they had enough space to unfold the flag.

John, who lost his job during the COVID-19 pandemic, wanted to unfurl the flag for those that gave their lives for it. A plethora of events urged John and his brother Dane to bring the flag to South Dakota.

First, they heard that President Trump was coming to Mount Rushmore for the fireworks display. The motto of South Dakota, “Under God the people rule”, was another thing that brought Senser’s to the Buffalo Chip to raise the flag. Finally, how Gov. Noem handled the COVID-19 situation in the state told the Senser brothers that South Dakota was the place to bring the flag.

“It’s a free state, I call it a free state,” John Senser said. ” The Governor didn’t say that ‘you couldn’t do this, you couldn’t do that, you gotta do this’. She left it up to the people to be responsible. We were like ‘this is a perfect storm for the flag to come here’, and we drove into the state, we didn’t know anybody. We started asking people if we could put the flag on their land and eventually we wound up here at Buffalo Chip.”protecting.”
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