MTB Subscriber Donald Richardson caught this monster on his Strike Pro Sparrow, but didn't get a weight. Any guesses for him?
Police had arrested over 90 people after a peaceful protest turned violent... typical. The protestors smashed windows, and threw chemicals and rocks at police officers. Interim Police Chief Lawrence O'Toole repeatedly referred to those arrested as "criminals" during a news conference overnight Sunday. He made a statement saying "The criminals that we've arrested should be held accountable and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, we're in control. This is our city and we're going to protect it." And damn straight baby, you don't mess with police officers, for the past eight years they've been treated like sh*t and have been continuously threatened and attacked physically because it was looked at as okay especially by our former President. I'm glad they are finally putting themselves back in control of situations and taking the correct measurements with situations like this. Once you start attacking physically you are no longer a protester, you are a criminal. And if you want to protest that's fine, as long as you respect those around you, but once you start attacking people and officers that's where I draw the line and they should too and rightfully so. I'm glad we have a president who makes our law enforcement feel like they finally have a voice again and feel comfortable to do their job which is serve and protect. God bless our men in blue and let's continue the good fight 🤘🏻🇺🇸
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Nunca sabemos qué pasará mañana, ni siquiera dentro de 10 minutos, la vida cada día nos sorprende...aprende a interiorizar los momentos que te construyan y rodéate de las personas que te aporten...es difícil sí, pero lo primero que hay que hacer para lograrlo es creer en que SI SE PUEDE!!
It's that time again! With an art festival happening this weekend that we are taking part in, I like to revisit some of the Cindustry favorites. This one is by far one of my favorites. Shot locally in Myrtle Beach, 'Fire & Water' will be available in 11x14, 8x10, and 5x7 metallic matted prints as well as in Sent With Art cards at the Art In Common Festival this weekend in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in the Market Common District. Special show pricing will be available for purchases at the event. The holiday season is coming up and art is a wonderful gift....of course we won't judge if you buy one for yourself as well! Come see us this weekend! More details on the Cindustry website (link in bio). #cindustry#fineartphotography#artoftheday#artevent#artcommunity#printsavailable#myrtlebeach#artthatspeaks#potd