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    Guns don't kill people; people kill people; and people with guns kill even more people.

    They also save more people who would otherwise be at the mercy of the criminals.

    SPRINGHILL TOWNSHIP, Pa. - An 85-year-old great-grandmother in Fayette County busted a would-be burglar by pulling a gun, then forcing him to call for help while she kept him in her sights.

    http://www.thepittsburghchannel.com/news/17232825/detail.htm…

    Venus Ramey, 82, confronted a man on her farm in south-central Kentucky last week after she saw her dog run into a storage building where thieves had previously made off with old farm equipment.

    Ramey said the man told her he would leave. "I said, 'Oh, no you won't,' and I shot their tires so they couldn't leave," Ramey said.

    She had to balance on her walker as she pulled out a snub-nosed .38-caliber handgun.

    "I didn't even think twice. I just went and did it," she said. "If they'd even dared come close to me, they'd be 6 feet under by now."

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,267540,00.html

    Hancock County Sheriff's Investigator Andre Fizer said about an 84-year-old man's decision to shoot through a house door at another man who was trying to barge into the house: "You could tell he was devastated. You could tell he was scared." And rightfully so. Twenty-year-old Wade Ledesma made repeated attempts to break in to the house at about 5 a.m. on July 27, threatening to kill him throughout.

    Ledesma "tried to break through the front door and also tried to enter through a back door and a rear window of the residence. The resident called 911 and reported that the intruder was trying to force his way into the home…. [The elderly man] held himself against the door to keep [Ledesma] from entering," reported the Sun Herald.

    The resident became tired from holding the door and, worded about his and his wife's safety, asked his wife to get his pistol. He fired a shot through the door, meant to merely be a warn
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    Guns don't kill people; people kill people; and people with guns kill even more people.

    They also save more people who would otherwise be at the mercy of the criminals.

    SPRINGHILL TOWNSHIP, Pa. - An 85-year-old great-grandmother in Fayette County busted a would-be burglar by pulling a gun, then forcing him to call for help while she kept him in her sights.

    http://www.thepittsburghchannel.com/news/17232825/detail.htm…

    Venus Ramey, 82, confronted a man on her farm in south-central Kentucky last week after she saw her dog run into a storage building where thieves had previously made off with old farm equipment.

    Ramey said the man told her he would leave. "I said, 'Oh, no you won't,' and I shot their tires so they couldn't leave," Ramey said.

    She had to balance on her walker as she pulled out a snub-nosed .38-caliber handgun.

    "I didn't even think twice. I just went and did it," she said. "If they'd even dared come close to me, they'd be 6 feet under by now."

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,267540,00.html

    Hancock County Sheriff's Investigator Andre Fizer said about an 84-year-old man's decision to shoot through a house door at another man who was trying to barge into the house: "You could tell he was devastated. You could tell he was scared." And rightfully so. Twenty-year-old Wade Ledesma made repeated attempts to break in to the house at about 5 a.m. on July 27, threatening to kill him throughout.

    Ledesma "tried to break through the front door and also tried to enter through a back door and a rear window of the residence. The resident called 911 and reported that the intruder was trying to force his way into the home…. [The elderly man] held himself against the door to keep [Ledesma] from entering," reported the Sun Herald.

    The resident became tired from holding the door and, worded about his and his wife's safety, asked his wife to get his pistol. He fired a shot through the door, mea
Clyde Mastress

Springhill Group Florida - Home Care | Information-Online - 0 views

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    Springhill Group Care - Providing for all levels of care, balanced with impressive facilities and exceptional staff.

    …golden age living and health care at its very best…

    At Springhill Care Group, our attitude is to exceed the expectations of our residents and their friends, that offer balanced with impressive facilities and exceptional staff.

    At Springhill Care Group, we firmly believe in safeguarding the interests of our clients and we pride ourselves on offering the most resident friendly environment.

    Assisted Living

    Assisted Living is desirable to people who need a little extra care with their everyday living. You will also find here theflexibility and security of owning your personal space, to have your valuable possessions and things around you.

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    Resthome level care in a Ryman Village, offers residents the very best in clinical care, while receiving the benefits of living in our warm and welcoming community.

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    Springhill Group believes that if we remain focussed on providing excellentassistance to our residents and their families then we will be rewarded and honored. We are seeking to grow contacts in terms of retirement services, to meet the requirements of an elderly growing society which is increasing for the next couple years!

    Contact us now at… info@springhillcaregroup.net

    Living and Care Options

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    The homes are designed to allow residents simple and easy household management encircled by warm and friendly neighbours.
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  •  
    Guns don't kill people; people kill people; and people with guns kill even more people.

    They also save more people who would otherwise be at the mercy of the criminals.

    SPRINGHILL TOWNSHIP, Pa. - An 85-year-old great-grandmother in Fayette County busted a would-be burglar by pulling a gun, then forcing him to call for help while she kept him in her sights.

    http://www.thepittsburghchannel.com/news/17232825/detail.htm…

    Venus Ramey, 82, confronted a man on her farm in south-central Kentucky last week after she saw her dog run into a storage building where thieves had previously made off with old farm equipment.

    Ramey said the man told her he would leave. "I said, 'Oh, no you won't,' and I shot their tires so they couldn't leave," Ramey said.

    She had to balance on her walker as she pulled out a snub-nosed .38-caliber handgun.

    "I didn't even think twice. I just went and did it," she said. "If they'd even dared come close to me, they'd be 6 feet under by now."

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,267540,00.html

    Hancock County Sheriff's Investigator Andre Fizer said about an 84-year-old man's decision to shoot through a house door at another man who was trying to barge into the house: "You could tell he was devastated. You could tell he was scared." And rightfully so. Twenty-year-old Wade Ledesma made repeated attempts to break in to the house at about 5 a.m. on July 27, threatening to kill him throughout.

    Ledesma "tried to break through the front door and also tried to enter through a back door and a rear window of the residence. The resident called 911 and reported that the intruder was trying to force his way into the home…. [The elderly man] held himself against the door to keep [Ledesma] from entering," reported the Sun Herald.

    The resident became tired from holding the door and, worded about his and his wife's safety, asked his wife to get his pistol. He fired a shot through the door, meant to merely be a war
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