Today in My History

2000:  Rude Awakening
2001:  Bev Slept Here
2002:  No Peanut butter with this Jelly
2003:  The Moving Fingers Type
2004:  Not at all Intuitive
2005:  Sunday Brunch
My Sweet Baby
2007:  Pucker Power
2008:  Don't Hurt My Kid!
2009:  Op-Ed
2010:  An Underdog Kinda Day
2011:  Musta Been the Jet Lag

2012: A Bridge to Somewhere
2013: Unclear on the Concept
2014: Today at Logos
2015: Lost my Zen
2016: Squirrel !!
2017: Death Wish
2018  Be Our Guest
2019: Bookends
Saturday 9
Sunday Stealing

Books Read in 2022
 Updated 5/24
"Zero Day"
David Baldacci
(book #25 in 2022)

My family

Bev's 65 x 365

Books Read in 2022
Books Read in 2021
Books Read in 2020

Books Read in 2019
Books Read in 2018

Books Read in 2017
Books Read in 2016
Books Read in 2015
Books Read in 2014
Books Read in 2013

Books Read in 2012
Books Read in 2011
Books Read in 2010

Cast (updated 7/21)


Some Background Links:
The Philosophy of Juice & Crackers
The story of Delicate Pooh
The story of the Pi�ata Group
Pumpkin pies
Who IS this Gilbert person anyway?

mail to Walt / mail to Bev


30 May 2022

Buy a gun in Japan:

1 Take a firearm class and pass a written exam, which is held up to three times a year. 2 Get a doctor�s note saying you are mentally fit and do not have a history of drug abuse. 3 Apply for a permit to take firing training, which may take up to a month. 4 Describe in a police interview why you need a gun. 5 Pass a review of your criminal history, gun possession record, employment, involvement with organized crime groups, personal debt and relationships with friends, family and neighbors. 6 Apply for a gunpowder permit. 7 Take a one-day training class and pass a firing test. 8 Obtain a certificate from a gun dealer describing the gun you want. 9 If you want a gun for hunting, apply for a hunting license. 10 Buy a gun safe and an ammunition locker that meet safety regulations. 11 Allow the police to inspect your gun storage. 12 Pass an additional background review. 13 Buy a gun.

Buy a gun I. India.

1 Join a shooting club, or show that you or your property are under threat. 2 Attend a practical training course on firearm handling and shooting. 3 Obtain a certificate of physical and mental health from your doctor. 4 Affirm that you have a safe place to keep the firearms. 5 Pass a review that considers three years of tax returns, criminal history, mental health history and domestic violence and that includes interviews with you, your family and neighbors. 6 Buy a gun.

Buy a gun in Austria:

1 To get a handgun or semiautomatic rifle, prove you are in serious physical danger. 2 Pass a review of criminal history. 3 Fill out a mental health survey, and complete a psychological and physical test. 4 Complete a course on safe gun handling and storage. 5 Install safe gun storage. 6 Buy a gun. 7 If you bought a hunting rifle or shotgun, wait three days before coming back to pick it up.

Buy a gun in Australia:

1 Join and regularly attend a hunting or shooting club, or document that you are a collector. 2 Complete a course on firearm safety and operation, and pass a written test and practical assessment. 3 Arrange firearm storage that meets safety regulations. 4 Pass a review that considers criminal history, domestic violence, restraining orders and arrest history. Authorities may also interview your family and community members. 5 Apply for a permit to acquire a specific type of weapon. 6 Wait at least 28 days. 7 Buy the specific type of gun for which you received a permit.

Buy a gun in South Africa:

1 Join an accredited hunting or shooting club, or document a need for self-defense. 2 Complete firearm safety training and pass a written test and practical assessment. 3 Give two employers, friends or community leaders as references. 4 Get fingerprinted. 5 Pass a review of criminal behavior, history of domestic violence and drug abuse and, in some cases, interviews with family and neighbors. 6 Buy a gun safe that meets safety regulations. 7 Allow police to inspect your storage. 8 Wait several months for a federal review of your application. 9 Buy a gun.

Buy a gun in New Zealand:

1 Pass a background check that considers criminal, medical, mental health and domestic violence records. 2 Provide character references. 3 Authorities interview or advise, in person, your partner or next of kin. 4 Pass a home security inspection that checks for proper firearm storage. 5 Take a gun safety course. 6 Wait for approval for a firearms license, which could take weeks or months. 7 Buy a gun.

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