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In the 1900’s Pit Bulls were known as the “Nanny Dog” and a FAMILY member!But in today’s day in age, Pit Bull dogs are the most feared, hated & abused dogs in the world. They have been misidentified and labeled as an “aggressive” breed for years. Pit bulls are NOT monsters!They are family members, living beings and loving dogs WITH feelings!They are individuals that have a life that must be respected like our own.~The “monsters” are the ones that abuse them! ~The “monsters” are the ones that create the stereotypes! ~The “monsters” are the ones that promote this hate.~The “monsters” are the ones that pass this behavior to their children.The “MONSTERS” are the HUMANS!!!So why do we fear this wonderful “dog”!?In this photo is Bronx. He is up for adoption!Message mk9karen@hotmail.com for applicationModifiedk9.org 
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In the 1900’s Pit Bulls were known as the “Nanny Dog” and a FAMILY member!But in today’s day in age, Pit Bull dogs are the most feared, hated & abused dogs in the world. They have been misidentified and labeled as an “aggressive” breed for years. Pit bulls are NOT monsters!They are family members, living beings and loving dogs WITH feelings!They are individuals that have a life that must be respected like our own.~The “monsters” are the ones that abuse them! ~The “monsters” are the ones that create the stereotypes! ~The “monsters” are the ones that promote this hate.~The “monsters” are the ones that pass this behavior to their children.The “MONSTERS” are the HUMANS!!!So why do we fear this wonderful “dog”!?In this photo is Bronx. He is up for adoption!Message mk9karen@hotmail.com for applicationModifiedk9.org 
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    In the 1900’s Pit Bulls were known as the “Nanny Dog” and a FAMILY member!
    But in today’s day in age, Pit Bull dogs are the most feared, hated & abused dogs in the world. They have been misidentified and labeled as an “aggressive” breed for years. 

    Pit bulls are NOT monsters!
    They are family members, living beings and loving dogs WITH feelings!
    They are individuals that have a life that must be respected like our own.

    ~The “monsters” are the ones that abuse them! 
    ~The “monsters” are the ones that create the stereotypes! 
    ~The “monsters” are the ones that promote this hate.
    ~The “monsters” are the ones that pass this behavior to their children.

    The “MONSTERS” are the HUMANS!!!
    So why do we fear this wonderful “dog”!?

    In this photo is Bronx. He is up for adoption!
    Message mk9karen@hotmail.com for application
    Modifiedk9.org 

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Motivation Monday… Just Ride
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Motivation Monday… Just Ride
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    Motivation Monday… Just Ride

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If you think milk builds strong bones, why do Americans—the largest consumer of dairy products worldwide—have astounding rates of osteoporosis and bone fractures (and cancers)?More than ten years ago, the Harvard University Nurses’ Health Study, with over 120,000 subjects, found that the consumption of milk and other dairy products does not protect agains
t the bone fractures of osteoporosis (the bone-thinning disease that the dairy industry wants you to believe is related to too little milk in your diet). In fact, those in the study who drank three or more servings of milk a day actually had a slightly higher rate of fractures than women who drank little or no milk (American Journal of Public Health, Vol. 87 (1997), pp. 992-997).In Western societies, we’re told that calcium is the answer to preventing bone loss. However, it’s not a lack of calcium that causes osteoporosis. Excessive intake of animal-based protein (which is always acidic) and a lack of exercise, magnesium and vitamin D cause osteoporosis. The Lancet, The U.S. Department of Health, and Harvard University call the link between meat and dairy based diets and osteoporosis “INESCAPABLE”. Tobacco, salt and caffeine contribute to bone loss as well.Animal protein contributes to the acceleration of osteoporosis because keeping blood at a neutral Ph balance always takes priority over keeping calcium-phosphate in the bones. Bones can hold out for years with insufficient calcium, but blood cannot because it needs phosphate to offset the acidity. When blood becomes acidic with animal protein, the body withdraws calcium-phosphate from the bones and uses the alkaline mineral phosphate to keep the blood’s Ph level balanced. The calcium is then excreted through our urine. Animal products are the only sources of acidic protein. Plant protein is not acidic.People who consume the least amount of animal protein, always have the lowest rates of osteoporosis, bone fractures and cancers because of their non-acidic protein diets. Cancer can only thrive in an acidic environment. Here are some studies that discuss the negative impact of animal protein:http://notmilk.com/o.html andwww.thechinastudy.com/la-timesarticle.html.

    raw-vegan:

    If you think milk builds strong bones, why do Americans—the largest consumer of dairy products worldwide—have astounding rates of osteoporosis and bone fractures (and cancers)?

    More than ten years ago, the Harvard University Nurses’ Health Study, with over 120,000 subjects, found that the consumption of milk and other dairy products does not protect agains

    t the bone fractures of osteoporosis (the bone-thinning disease that the dairy industry wants you to believe is related to too little milk in your diet). In fact, those in the study who drank three or more servings of milk a day actually had a slightly higher rate of fractures than women who drank little or no milk (American Journal of Public Health, Vol. 87 (1997), pp. 992-997).

    In Western societies, we’re told that calcium is the answer to preventing bone loss. However, it’s not a lack of calcium that causes osteoporosis. Excessive intake of animal-based protein (which is always acidic) and a lack of exercise, magnesium and vitamin D cause osteoporosis. The Lancet, The U.S. Department of Health, and Harvard University call the link between meat and dairy based diets and osteoporosis “INESCAPABLE”. Tobacco, salt and caffeine contribute to bone loss as well.

    Animal protein contributes to the acceleration of osteoporosis because keeping blood at a neutral Ph balance always takes priority over keeping calcium-phosphate in the bones. Bones can hold out for years with insufficient calcium, but blood cannot because it needs phosphate to offset the acidity. When blood becomes acidic with animal protein, the body withdraws calcium-phosphate from the bones and uses the alkaline mineral phosphate to keep the blood’s Ph level balanced. The calcium is then excreted through our urine. Animal products are the only sources of acidic protein. Plant protein is not acidic.

    People who consume the least amount of animal protein, always have the lowest rates of osteoporosis, bone fractures and cancers because of their non-acidic protein diets. Cancer can only thrive in an acidic environment. Here are some studies that discuss the negative impact of animal protein:http://notmilk.com/o.html andwww.thechinastudy.com/la-timesarticle.html.

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  7. Novelty Trinkets for our guests.Photo by: Amanda Hrycyna  Novelty Trinkets for our guests.Photo by: Amanda Hrycyna 
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    Novelty Trinkets for our guests.
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  8. Our Ring ExchangePhoto by: Amanda Hrycyna Our Ring ExchangePhoto by: Amanda Hrycyna
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    Our Ring Exchange
    Photo by: Amanda Hrycyna

  9. My Lady and I Photo by: Amanda Hrycyna  My Lady and I Photo by: Amanda Hrycyna 
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    My Lady and I 
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  10. My WifeyPhotos by: Amanda Hrycyna  My WifeyPhotos by: Amanda Hrycyna 
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    My Wifey
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  11. I got married!My Lady: http://sincerelyannadelia.blogspot.com/ 

    I got married!
    My Lady: http://sincerelyannadelia.blogspot.com/
     

  12. Raven on a Skull11x14 Charcoal derekzielinski@hotmaill.com 2012  Raven on a Skull11x14 Charcoal derekzielinski@hotmaill.com 2012 
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    Raven on a Skull
    11x14 Charcoal 
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    2012 

  13. St.Jude stained glass tattoo I didderekzielinski@hotmail.com2012  St.Jude stained glass tattoo I didderekzielinski@hotmail.com2012 
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    St.Jude stained glass tattoo I did
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    2012 

  14. Tattoo I did for this dude that just opened his own business after dealing with corporate type atmospheres for a while. derekzielinski@hotmail.com2012  Tattoo I did for this dude that just opened his own business after dealing with corporate type atmospheres for a while. derekzielinski@hotmail.com2012 
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    Tattoo I did for this dude that just opened his own business after dealing with corporate type atmospheres for a while. 
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    2012