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  • Aus_Schwaben

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    Jan 31, 2019
    Abilene, TX
    The things that I own are not "just things". Each of them represents hours of HARD work that I invested in the ability to purchase them.
    When a person steals "just things", they are REALLY stealing hours of life from the owner that were invested in acquiring them.
    Don't forget the role some of those things play in our lives - the rifle or pistol our parents taught us or we taught kids to shoot with, the project - vehicle, furniture, etc - you restored with a parent or children, and things like that.

    Sometimes they are stealing more than just a thing but a part of people's lives!


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    Nov 1, 2015
    Remember the definition of night, 30 minutes after sunset and 30 minutes before sunrise and this changes on a daily basis. Dark does not mean night to a prosecutor. Texas Transportation Code § 541.401
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