Puppies Behind Bars (PBB) is a program in New York State Prisons that puts prisoners with dogs being trained for various “careers” – e.g., Guide Dogs, Service Dogs, Bomb Sniffing Dogs, etc. At the time I posted this thread, PBB was collaborating with Guiding Eyes for the Blind (GEB) in that we would swap from time to time – meaning one of the PBB dogs would come live with us (puppy raisers) for a couple weeks while our GEB puppy would go to prison for training. One of the dogs we swapped with, Josh, was being raised by Roz. And while we never met, I was very impressed by her heart as you can read in one of her essay’s here – enjoy!
This post includes a video showing how locks can be hacked – yikes!
Ten fun-da-mental pointers about living life with laughter and lightness – enjoy!
Here is a collection of some honest and often witty remarks about dogs and why they rate as man’s best friend – enjoy!
This essay considers ancient prophecies from several sources (Hopi, Inca Elders, Swedenborg, Bible) against a backdrop of global communications and how democracy can be restore via transparency and open source government.
Here is a funny look at how different cultures around the world express entrepreneurship at the pasture level with man’s most basic and perhaps oldest domestic animal – the honored cow – moo! So go ahead and test your entrepreneurship and see how you would sell a cow!
Reverse Car Jacking on Main Street by Chuck Scott is a true account witnessed in Ridgefield Connecticut when a car was returned to its owner via a spontaneous act of love. It was hard to believe what happened until it was over, since I had never heard of a Reverse Car Jacking.
Is the world half -empty or half-full ..??.. these are seemingly age old questions but there is a way out …
On March 26th 2006, I hosted my first CoolTea Music Expoganza in Ridgefield Connecticut. It was the first time I held a business event on a Sunday and the first time I created an event model that was family friendly. It was a very successful event on many levels but perhaps the most rewarding part was the expressions of the younger attendees.
ChuckingIt.com Site Now Open …