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Healthy fish should never be a problem to get rid of. Any of the following options is preferable to dumping or flushing:
Local Fish/Pet Shop - See if they will take your unwanted fish. Some will even pay you a small price for them.
?Other fishowners - Advertise if you have to, you'll be surprised by how many fishowners are willing to adopt your fish.Fish Clubs - Check to see if there is a fish club in your region. Odds are someone in the club will gladly take your fish.
Schools, nursing home's, or office's - Any place that has an aquarium may agree to take your fish. If they don't have an aquarium, consider donating yours. Nursing homes and schools often welcome such gifts, and it might even be tax deductible.
Diseased fish are a little more difficult to deal with. Obviously they cannot be given away. However, they should never be dumped into local waterways or flushed. Sick Fish that cannot be cured should be quickly and mercifully euthanized before being disposed of in a sanitary landfill.
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In seeking authorization for his six-month-old military campaign against the Islamic State terrorist group, President Obama on Wednesday did something that few if any of his predecessors have done: He asked Congress to restrict the ability of the commander in chief to wage war against an overseas enemy.The proposed legislation Mr. Obama sent to Capitol Hill would impose a three-year limit on American action that has been conducted largely from the air and, while allowing Special Operations commandos and other limited missions, would rule out sustained, large-scale ground combat New york Times
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Our weekly look at the Bail Bond world. Well one fugitive from justice is now enjoying three squares and a warm bed. The Bruce Wilkinson story is a great one. To quote one of the agents involved.
How to catch a fugitive that has resources and 4 million dollars at his disposal and you only have enough fuel for one pass, money to eat one more meal, and you may have to sleep in your vehicle ?
Out smarted, out gunned, and out financed, how can you still win?
Tune in today at 3:pm for some insights and how the professional pick up guys do it.
Our weekly look at the world of bail bonds. Earlier this week I came across a very interesting story out of Mississippi. The Post Conviction Bond. https://www.themarshallproject.org/2015/02/23/buying-time
After spending two days and nights in jail for drunk driving this past August, Howell was brought to the Byram city court, where she pled guilty and was told she had to pay a fine of $1,044. If she couldn’t come up with the money on the spot, she was headed back to jail. “I panicked,” said Howell, who lives and supports her son “paycheck to paycheck.”
But there was one other option. The judge explained to Howell that she could avoid jail by purchasing a new kind of bail bond, a post-conviction device that bail agents in Mississippi are busily promoting around the state. It would cost $155, and would buy her two extra months to come up with the money to pay her fine. Howell was then escorted to another room, where Patty Hodges from the Mississippi Bonding Company sat ready with the paperwork.
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Our weekly look at the world of bailbonds. We invite you to call in with your questions and comments.
We welcome any topic, extradition laws, pre trial release, ethics, you name it we want to talk about it.
Our weekly program for and about the world of Bail Bonds. While at first glance you would think that Law Enforcement and the Bail Bonds world would be the best of friends, the Bonds Man deliveres the wanted bad guy to the jail. No donut break is interupted, the only pesky bit is the paperwork. Alas this nirvana is not reality. The Police and Bondsmen do clash. There are hundreds os stories, some humorous in retrospect, but not nearly so rib ticlkingly funny at the time when you are staring down the barrel of a gun.
Why is there this disconnect between the two groups, they share a common goal?
Our weekly loook into the world of Bail Bonds. The vast majority of Bondsman are scupulous in folling the letter of the law, complex though it is. There are a few though who bent the law and even some that totaly disregard it. While the penalties are serious, revokation of lisence etc, many states have very limited resouces to investigate reported wrong doing. So flagrent disregard of the law can go uninvestigated for a long time.
Few industries welcome more regulation an oversight, yet tere are element asking for just that.
About the only certainty in the buisiness of being a recovery agent is the uncertainty of the mission. Why did someone skip a court date? You can pretty much rule out forgetfulness. There are occasions where the fugitive does indeed have an excuse, he or she is already in jail! Sure it is not that common but it does happen. The rest broadly fall into two categories, those with a plan and those without a plan. Someone with a plan offers challenges. Although difficult to do in todays wired world, with cell phone tracking and the other electronic footprints it is my belief that with money and planning it is possible to disapear.
I will be interested on the experts thoughts
This week on Americas Most Unwanted the program that takes the listener inside the world of Bail Bonds we will be discussing the somewhat controversial subject of Pre-Trial Release. One view is that by someone entering the program it is a de-facto admission of guilt. Others grumble that while the basic premise of the program was well meaning, a way to assist indigent people who cannot afford a bail bond avoid pre-trial jail time, over time the system has become overused, misused and a huge burden on the taxpayer.
Joining me to discuss this subject are Bond Recovery Agents William Cobra Staubs and Matthew Todd. Rod Dowston Managing general agent for SURETY three and Palmento insurance Corporation. Mark A. Heffernan- National Managing General Agent, Surety Corporation of America..
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