Author Archive: prinnie

Author, activist, lover of all animals and a few people. Defend speech because it's free; not because you agree with it.

Nathaniel Richmond: Sins of the Father

Early this morning after allegedly drinking all night, Nathaniel Richmond, of Steubenville, Ohio laid in wait to carry out an assassination attempt of Common Pleas Judge Joseph Bruzzese. Richmond fired his weapon at the Judge, and Judge Bruzzese who was carrying a weapon fired back. A probation officer who was also nearby immediately assisted the Judge and fired at Richmond. Judge Bruzzese was wounded and is in an area hospital after having surgery for his…
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Justice for Megan Rondini

At times, I feel like I am repeating myself when I write about some of these cases.  It bothers me that STILL…today in 2017, we as a society are still talking about what qualifies as “rape”, and that there are still little men out there who are such pussies that they have to get laid by taking advantage of women who are incapacitated and cannot say NO or fend them off.  We shouldn’t have to…
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Gypsy Rose Blancharde

HBO has done a documentary on Gypsy Blancharde’s case. I haven’t had an opportunity to see it, but have tried to keep up to date on the case as far as Nicholas Godejohn’s part in the murder.  This case is has multiple victims.  Dee Dee Blancharde was stabbed to death by Gypsy and her boyfriend, Nick because her mother was making her pretend to be sick while reaping the benefits from various charity organizations such…
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Goodbye 2016, You Deplorable Viper

As we say goodbye to 2016, I decided to write about some things I learned this  year.  For starters, I learned that I have wonderful and supportive friends who have held me up when I just didn’t think that I would be able to get through another crappy situation.  In case any of these friends ever question my gratefulness for having them in my life, I want them to know that I am truly blessed…
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Domestic Violence Awareness

Over the years, I have had many women contact me seeking help out of violent and abusive relationships.  I am by no means a professional counselor or trained in how to counsel abuse victims, but I do what I can to help them find resources in their local area to assist in preparing their exit plan or to find shelter.  Recently, a friend became involved with a man who has a long, documented history of…
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200 Pages of Handwritten Gibberish

Our attorney, Daniel Gibson, filed the motion to dismiss and brief in support of motion to dismiss and motion for a gatekeeper order.  We are asking the court to prevent Deric from filing further legal actions against us unless represented by an attorney and getting permission from the court, and Deric did not disappoint in his responsive pleadings.  If you can call them “responsive”.  What he submitted was 200 pages of handwritten gibberish, except for…
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So, I Guess I’m a Bird Mom

  I know I have spent a bit of time updating about CeeCee on here, but hey…it’s my blog, I can do what I wanna. LOL  People have asked me to post pics and videos, and I will be creating a YouTube channel and probably an Instagram for her…just because she is such a little darling, and her personality invokes a smile.  She really does have a lot of character for being such a tiny little…
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Feeding and Perching

​​ I am so pleased with her development. Yes, he is a she and I am calling her CeeCee. Today she flew to my finger when I called for her and she finally ate mealworms and seeds.  She is getting closer to a time that I could release her, but I’m concerned about her lack of fear around the dogs. She flew to Wilson and sat on his back.  She does seem to be scared…
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Ceefus Takes Flight

I never thought this little guy would make it to be honest.  I’m told that most rejected baby birds in human care will die.  I wasn’t sure I was making the right choice by intervening rather than allowing nature to take its course, but I am so glad I chose to try to save him. He has grown so much since I found him. He had so few feathers and I thought surely he wouldn’t…
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Baby Bird Rescue 

The sparrows have been using my blinds outside as a nest all summer, and one of the babies either fell out of the best twice or was pushed out by mother bird or other siblings.  After I put him back in the nest, I would check on the ground and peek up in the nest to make sure he was okay.  On Monday, they pushed him out again so I intervened.  I really wasn’t expecting…
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