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  1. ive heard kramers phone pranks and seriously bruh you better be very aware in that building
  2. Firefighters in South Carolina have been praised for rescuing a hummingbird that was “exhausted and dehydrated,” Richburg Fire-Rescue wrote in an online statement. While the fire station said that “several” of its members worked to rescue the bird, two of the firefighters were identified by The Charlottesville Observer as Fire Marshal David McCain and Firefighter Jobeth Holmes. The men sat next to the bird, which was unable to stand or fly, serving it a small cap full of water as they waited for the hummingbird to regain its strength. The hummingbird later flew away. (Richburg Fire-Rescue) "You can teach almost anyone how to be a firefighter, a medic or just about anything imaginable. What is virtually impossible to teach is compassion,” Richburg Fire-Rescue said in the statement. “We are fortunate that we have a tremendous group in our department that has passion and desire to help, regardless of the situation.” “Such sweet, compassionate people," one Facebook user wrote. “Very proud of these people who serve our community,” another said. The bird, which was smaller than one of the firefighter’s fingers, eventually flew away. “This isn't the first time this has happened and knowing our members, it will not be the last!" the fire station said. Madeline Farber is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @MaddieFarberUDK.
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  4. You should make some burnie rocks and sell them. Dude is selling rocks. Remember that. Rocks.
  5. The three-day tax holiday, which will run from Friday through Sunday, will allow shoppers to avoid paying state and local sales taxes on most clothes and footwear costing $60 or less and school supplies that cost $15 or less. TALLAHASSEE — With Florida’s back-to-school sales tax “holiday” starting Friday, some retailers may face an enthusiasm dip as laptops and other electronics are not on the discount menu. But as giant retailers such as Walmart and Target offer their own wide-ranging discounts, state economists and industry lobbyists don’t foresee much difference from past years as parents and other shoppers are still expected to rush out for a weekend of savings on clothes, footwear and school supplies. “Without technology, I think some of those retailers may not push it as hard. But we still expect it to be popular,” said James Miller of the Florida Retail Federation. “It’s always one of the biggest things we hear about from our members and from the consumers.” The three-day tax holiday, which will run from Friday through Sunday, will allow shoppers to avoid paying state and local sales taxes on most clothes and footwear costing $60 or less and school supplies that cost $15 or less. However, this will be the second time in six years that electronics are not in the offering. Early proposals this year in the Legislature would have offered a 10-day holiday, as requested by Gov. Rick Scott, with taxes lifted on the first $1,000 of the cost of personal computers and related accessories. But as lawmakers shifted budget priorities after the Feb. 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, a broad package (HB 7087) of tax and fee reductions was scaled down from a high of $618 million to a final amount of $171 million. And a proposal to extend the tax discount to computers was cut. An estimate from state economists doesn’t indicate the exclusion of computers from the tax holiday will alter the plans of families getting ready for the August start of the school year. The holiday this year is projected to save shoppers $32.7 million, reducing state revenue by $26 million and local-government revenue by $6.7 million. In 2017, when laptops were on the discount list, the overall savings stood at $33.4 million. Miller said retailers will push for electronics to be included in any back-to-school discount period considered during the 2019 legislative session. Lawmakers vote annually on the holiday, which has almost come to be an anticipated shopping period. The state has offered the school tax holiday 16 times since 1998. The discount period went away a decade ago during the recession. Since being revived in 2010, it has been held annually. Other than in 2015, when the discount period was extended to 10 days, the holiday has lasted for three days.
  6. The phrase, which is Florida’s state motto, will need to be “conspicuously” displayed at every school and school building starting on the first day of school. PANAMA CITY — Starting on the first day of school, all public schools and school district buildings in the state will be required to display the words “In God We Trust.” The directive comes as part of a change to Florida State Statute 1003.44 covering patriotic programs, part of the controversial omnibus education bill HB 7055 passed last legislative session, requiring the display of the Florida state motto, which happens to be “In God We Trust.” The statute comes with little direction, saying simply the motto must be displayed in a “conspicuous” location. There are more than 4,000 public schools in the state of Florida. In Bay District, the decision of how and where to display the motto will be left up to the school principals, according to Director of Communications Sharon Michalik. “It’s up to them to make the decision,” said Michalik, adding that, in an email sent out to the principals, Superintendent Bill Husfelt said he knew the administrators would make the right decision for their schools. Because the phrase is the Florida state motto, Michalik said some principals are finding that they’ve already fulfilled the requirement by displaying the state seal. She said the district’s media center will begin printing out copies of the state seal to give out to principals for them to display, should they choose to go that route. The seals will also be put up in all of the district’s buildings. Michalik said she expects the schools to meet the deadline of the first day of school — Aug. 15 in Bay District — or have it fulfilled shortly after. There are currently six states that mandate the display of “In God We Trust” in public schools: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, Louisiana and Tennessee. According to the Florida Department of State, “In God We Trust” has been a part of the state seal since 1868, though it wasn’t adopted as the state motto until 2006, replacing “In God is our Trust.” “In God We Trust” is also the official motto of the United States.
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    Being a Father . . . by Kramer

    That was real cool what you wrote dude your son is lucky 2 have u