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    Summary: Jonas is a cool customer,hard working man,honest patriot,straight forward and durn fine P.L. pal.

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Jonas posted in: "SA William Sheldon; USDOJ, ATF; EOW: 03-02-15 MILTARY VET...".

Rest In Peace and thank you Special Agent Sheldon. My prayers for the Sheldon family and fellow agents.

Jonas uploaded the photo: "Brock 3".

Signing for fans

Jonas posted in: "Woman Sends $1.4 Million to an Online Boyfriend She Hasn’...".

If she has another $1.4M I'll be happy to scam her out of it...

Jonas posted in: "50 men, women begin careers as LA sheriff's deputies".

Congrats to all. Stay safe out there.

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  • Iphone_002_max50


    about 4 years ago


    jonas your profile picture dissapoints me you should be a yankees fan btw merry christmas to you.

  • Me_radio_max50


    about 4 years ago


    Stay safe and have a Merry Christmas!!

  • Dove_over_flag_max50


    about 4 years ago


    Thanks Jonas, I hope you have a good holiday season. Am afraid this will be a Christmas I would just as soon miss..

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    about 4 years ago



    Myspace Comments & Graphics - Sunday - More Sunday Comments

    Don’t think that love, to be true, has to be extraordinary. What is necessary is to continue to love. How does a lamp burn, if it is not by the continuous feeding of little drops of oil? When there is no oil, there is no light and the bridegroom will say: “I do not know you”. Dear friends, what are our drops of oil in our lamps? They are the small things from every day life: the joy, the generosity, the little good things, the humility and the patience. A simple thought for someone else. Our way to be silent, to listen, to forgive, to speak and to act. That are the real drops of oil that make our lamps burn vividly our whole life. Don’t look for Jesus far away, He is not there. He is in you, take care of your lamp and you will see Him.”
    – Mother Teresa

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    about 4 years ago

    Doing ok here,thanks for the visit.Down to 16 degrees and snow last night,but it's Dec. and we live in the mountains.The car started,YEAH!.Going down to 8 tonight so I'm not sleeping out unless my wife has my goods stacked on the front deck when I get home.---Just have to hope that the Yanks play up to their salaries next season and we've needed a REAL General Manager forever.Now that George is gone ,no telling what's going to happen.

  • Anonymous-killer-whale-232189_1__max50


    about 4 years ago


    Don't let Dave give the business about the Yankees !!! With Carl Crawford and Adrian Gonzalez added to the line-up for the Sox, we're sitting in the catbird's seat !!!! ;) Bob P.

  • Dscf2948_max50


    about 4 years ago


    Welcome, be careful out there!

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    about 4 years ago

    Good morninrg my secret Yankee fan friend.The only Charlies I kbnow are a former brother in law and a great uncle who was a vice squadm Lieutenant in Omaha,Nebraska.I was actually born in Omaha,Ne. on 18 ,Oct. 1940 in Clarkson Memorial Hospital.I sincerely hope you have a safe,blessed and happy weekend and the best Christmas and New Year ever.

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    about 4 years ago

    Thank you for the invite....Stay safe out there!!! =)

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    about 4 years ago


    Hope you are having a wonderful and safe weekend!


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    about 4 years ago


    Thanks for the add.

  • Nag_max50


    about 4 years ago


    Jonas, thank you for stopping by. Hope you had a great week. Have a great weekend and be safe.

  • 375956_401447159923274_1109023972_n_max50


    about 4 years ago


    Hi Jonas have a great weekend and stay safe.

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    The Christmas Pickle
    By B. Frnacis Morlan

    It is a quaint tradition that nobody wants to claim. And its story would not be the first tradition of Christmas born of a total fabrication. It is the little-known tradition of the Christmas pickle.
    The Christmas pickle is not really a pickle at all. It is a pickle-shaped ornament that is the last one hung on the tree on Christmas Eve. The first child to find the Christmas pickle gets an extra gift from Saint Nicholas. Or so the so-called legend goes.
    There are two other versions of the origins of the Christmas pickle. One is a family story of a Bavarian-born ancestor who fought in the American Civil War. A prisoner in poor health and starving, he begged a guard for just one pickle before he died. The guard took pity on him and found a pickle for him. The pickle by the grace of God gave him the mental and physical strength to live on.
    The other, perpetuated in Berrien Springs, MI, is a medieval tale of two Spanish boys traveling home from boarding school for the holidays. When they stopped at an inn for the night, the innkeeper, a mean and evil man, stuffed the boys into a pickle barrel. That evening, St. Nicholas stopped at the same inn, became aware of the boys' plight, tapped the pickle barrel with his staff, and the boys were magically freed.
    Berrien Springs calls itself the Christmas Pickle Capital of the World. They celebrate with an annual Christmas Pickle Festival held during the early part of December. A parade, led by the Grand Dillmeister who passes out fresh pickles along the parade route, is the featured event. You may even purchase the German glass pickle ornaments at the town’s museum.
    Rumor and speculation place the origin of this tradition in Germany. However few in modern-day Germany recognize or have even heard of the Christmas pickle. Some in West Germany blame generations of East Germans who may have had nothing more than pickles to decorate their Christmas trees with after World War II. But even families and historians in East Germany shrug at the mention of the Christmas pickle tradition.
    Regardless of where it came from, the Christmas tradition survives. Ornament manufacturers continue to make the specialty decoration and enjoy perpetuating the myth of its legendary origins -- false though they may be.

  • C1__67__max50


    about 4 years ago


    Hope you are doing great this evening. Stay safe and god bless. Happy Holidays.

  • Tsu_welch_max50


    about 4 years ago


    Thanks for the invite. Be safe!