Sunday, July 7, 2013

Super Hero and a Winner!

As I've whined way too often in this space, our 'hood is under siege by several groups of no-good, dirty-rotten @#$%^! who are on a burglary spree that just won't quit.  However, after several new robberies over the past month, I think the bad guys are in for a big surprise if they try to rob again.

The neighbor kid is on the lookout...


How could I not feel better with a Super Hero on our street!?!

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Congratulations to Tammy of Hot Flashes In The Desert-- The lucky winner of The Wizard of Otin's totally cool and super scary book, In Blog We Trust.  Email me your address, Tammy, and Otin, aka Michael  Infinito will mail you an autographed copy!  Thanks to all who entered.  Be sure to check out In Blog We Trust and Otin's latest-- OMG it'll scare the daylights out of you-- thriller 12:19

How was your 4th of July weekend? 
Welcome to www.TheFiftyFactor.com - Joanna Jenkins

24 comments:

  1. Oh, that superhero is so amazing! Love it.

    But so sorry to hear about all the break-ins in your area... Sigh.

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  2. Yes that will keep the burglars away. Cute shot!

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  3. Yay to the winner! Just tell me where to ship it! Thanks JJ!!

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  4. Congratulations to Tammy! I love your Super Hero!

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  5. ugh. another burglary spree?
    i hope your superhero is up to the task jj...smiles....

    cute pic

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  6. Congratulations to Tammy! And I had a great weekend, but I'm glad it's over so my routine can reestablish itself. :-)

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  7. I'm sorry to hear the burglars are still at work in your neighborhood. I love your superhero....I hope he is the answer, along with some help from the police maybe.

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  8. My grand daughter said "wow, Superman". hahaha.
    Somebody ought to buy that neighbor kid a cookie.

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  9. I have a particular soft spot for kids who wear superhero capes. Go get 'em!

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  10. Can I hire your superhero, too? :-) We need one like him in my neck of the woods.

    Greetings from London.

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  11. Wowzer, I'm so excited that I won! I love reading and I'm sure I will really enjoy this book. Sorry to hear that the break-in's continue in your neighborhood. That is so upsetting. I like the neighborhood super hero, maybe he can stop them!! Hugs and thank you JJ.

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  12. congrats to Tammy! I am sorry to hear about the ongoing burglaries.

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  13. I hope the bad guys get caught and taken away. I am sorry you are going through this.

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  14. looks like superman just flew in to pay respect to the flowers

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  15. Me thinks the police need to be patroling your neighborhood a whole lot more than what they are. Hoping that the super hero keeps them away.

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  16. Break-ins are scary. We had a few in our neighborhood and ended up having an alarm system installed.
    I love your superhero! A superhero is much cheaper than an alarm system. LOL

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  17. We had a great 4th. The best ever in fact. Love the show on the Mall and the fireworks over DC. Dianne

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  18. There is something so ugly and outrageous about going into someone's home and taking things that have special meaning only to them. The jewelry you inherited can't possibly bring as much happiness to the thief as it brings sadness to the victim!

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  19. Looks like you're in good hands now!

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  20. It can't be nice living in an area where there are frequent burglaries. I hope you are spared and they catch those responsible soon.
    Your little neighbour is so cute.

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  21. Can't think of a nicer person to "win" than Tammy...Sure hope your neighborhood is settled and quiet again very soon.!

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  22. The neighborhood super hero has stolen my heart tho!!!

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  23. Oh so cute and sweet. Last night, Joanna, I saw someone get out of a car in front of our house and she had the nerve to dump her empty bag and wine bottles in the bushes and walk up the street. It was 2 AM. This woke me up. Her car was still there this morning so I gathered up her bottles and the bag and tied the the whole package to her car door and left a note on her windshield to kindly pick up after herself as no one wished to pick up after her and to be more thoughtful of others. I would have loved to have seen her face. The car was gone by the time I came home later in the day but hopefully she'll think about how her actions effect others.

    We have car break-ins during the summer so I feel what your neighborhood is going through.

    Thank you for the nice comment about the fair. :)

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