Tuesday, July 26, 2011


For a long time, we have noticed that the decor at the White House has
changed since BHO (Barack Hussein Obama) moved in.

The Oval Office is now stripped of the traditional red, white, and blue,
and replaced with middle eastern wallpaper, drapes, and decor..
The hallway that he walks out of to talk to the press now has middle eastern
hairs, drapes, etc. And the thing that has bothered me the most is the bright
yellow drape behind him every time he speaks from the white house. 
It has Arabic symbols on it and has been there from the beginning.
Today I received this and it clearly shows what I have been noticing.
That bright yellow curtain is highly visible, but as you scroll down,
you will see what is predominantly absent.  Also, as you look at
the pictures of other presidents speaking from the same spot, look
at the traditional 'American' background and decor as opposed to
the new decor.  Trust me when I say that this is intentional. 
It should alarm every American.
What is missing at Barack Hussein Obama's press conference?

I am not being raciest here just stating facts that everyone should know.  

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

This should make any American MAD

Why should this make us mad?  Look at the pictures of our presidents in the past then look at the picture of the one that is in office now.  Not saying he is bad and the other ones good, but its just interesting.   Tell me what you see different.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Ok pictures of the farm.

A Bumble Bee that we use to pollinate the tomatoes.

Greenhouse from my house

Down the rows

White eggplant

The corridor in the greenhouse

So sorry no picture of the farm as of yet.  I have to get them from my sister, so yeah will see when I can get some.  Till then God bless

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Way to long

It has been crazy here on the farm.

We have started putting plants in the fields so it is taking way to much of my time and I have been really busy transplanting and preparing the fields.  It is lots of work but is still fun.

I will put up some pictures in a bit when I get some.  I just have to remember to take my camera out to the field.  Maybe someone should text me to remind me. 520-780-7678.

God bless

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Scary news if you are a welder.

Ok  I know that there are not very people that are welders but if you know someone that does weld you might want to let them now this.

Manganese Poisoning from Welding Rods and the Environment

Welders and others who work or live near construction sites or in industrial areas may be at a greater risk of developing Manganese poisoning or Manganese toxicity, a neurological disorder that closely resembles Parkinson's disease. Links have been made between welding rods, Manganese toxicity, and Manganese poisoning. Studies on welders using welding rods that contain Manganese indicates that there may be a strong link between fumes and dust released while welding and a series of serious injuries and deaths among welders and others exposed to those fumes. Among the groups who are at the greatest risk for Manganese toxicity and Manganese poisoning include welders, railroad workers, miners, and steel workers. Manganese is also present in some pesticides, such as maneb or mancozeb, and in methylcyclopentadienyl Manganese tricarbonyl (MMT), a fuel additive in some gasolines. 

Fumes released when Manganese is burned contain several chemicals, including manganese, fluorine, zinc, lead, arsenic, calcium, sulfur, chrome, and nickel. In addition, these fumes also contain the gases carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO²), various nitrogen oxides (NO, NO², and others), and ozone. Each of these chemicals has the potential to harm the body. Of these, Manganese is especially toxic. Medical studies of people who have been exposed to Manganese indicate that "Abnormal and toxic concentrations of Manganese in the brain, especially in the basal ganglia, are associated with neurological disorders similar to Parkinson's disease" (Takeda, 2003) Exposure to high levels of manganese, such as those inhaled by a welder, are known to be harmful to the central nervous system. Manganese poisoning and Manganese toxicity may develop with as little as three months exposure. Symptoms of Manganese neurotoxicity include a shuffling gait, slack facial muscles, speech difficulties (including slurred speech), depression, and general psychological imbalance. A recent clinical study of welders exposed to Manganese found that welders who had developed Parkinson's disease typically began showing symptoms 15 years earlier than typical Parkinson's patients. Doctors are still researching this possible link between welding, manganese, and Parkinson's disease. 

Other research has also linked Manganese to serious complications. A Canadian research team found that "chronic exposure to Manganese leads to selective dopaminergic dysfunction, neuronal loss, and gliosis in basal ganglia structures together with characteristic astrocytic changes known as Alzheimer type II astrocytosis (Normandin, 2002) 

The risk for Manganese poisoning has been well established. However, these risks of Manganese toxicity have been ignored by the manufacturers of welding rods. We invite you to read the rest of this special report to learn more about the dangers of Manganese exposure, Manganese toxicity and how you can be compensated for any injuries you may have suffered as a result of Manganese toxicity. http://www.monheit.com/manganism/

So ya if you know any one that welds you might want to let them know about this.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

My latest project,

 This is what it looked like when I started.
And it when I was done.  There is a top that goes on it but it was not welded on at the time.  The whole thing is stainless steel except for the 6 inch pipe that goes through the middle.

 Just a cool shot of my torch
Ok for the past week I have been working on our boiler.  Remaking the fire ring, that is were the pecan shells are burned.  So here are a few pictures of it.  

Friday, January 14, 2011

Welding again.

Yup so I have spent the last few days working with my dad designing a bunch of new projects that I am going to be build.  Here is one that I just started today.  It is a grizzly screen.  We are not going to use it for rocks but for taking out string from our compost that we make for the greenhouse and fields.  So that is what I spent my day doing.  So here are a few pictures of it.  (It is not completed but all it needs are the sides and the screen.)