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Reward offered for any information leading to the recovery of a green 2011 Honda Foreman 500 with front and rear basket racks and front winch. Stolen from Elsie St. in Choupic (Thibodaux La.) between 10pm Monday (June 6th) and 4am Tuesday (June 7th). Email information to Choupic11@yahoo.com or call 985-859-7073

If you are the person that stole this bike and would like the keys to it please just come back to the house you stole it from. I will give them to you. They don't do me any good without the bike. It would be nice to meet the person enjoying the bike I am still paying a note on.

June 08, 2011 at 12:32pm
A comment titled: How about this in response to a report titled: 35 Whelen

Despite its name, the .38 Special caliber is actually .357–.358 inches (9.0678 mm), with the '.38' referring to the approximate diameter of the loaded brass case. This came about because the original .38-caliber cartridge, the .38 Short Colt, was designed for use in converted .36-caliber cap-and-ball (muzzleloading) Navy revolvers, which had cylindrical firing chambers of approximately 0.374-inch (9.5 mm) diameter, requiring heeled bullets, the exposed portion of which was the same diameter as the cartridge case.
Except for case length, the .38 Special is identical to that of the .38 Long Colt, and the .357 Magnum. This allows the .38 Special round to be safely fired in revolvers chambered for the .357 Magnum, and the .38 Long Colt to be fired in revolvers chambered for .38 Special, increasing the versatility of this cartridge. However, the longer and more powerful .357 Magnum cartridge will not chamber and fire in .38-caliber weapons, which are not designed for the greatly increased pressure of the magnum round.

July 01, 2011 at 12:31pm
A comment titled: Horrible in response to a report titled: Stolen Kawasaki prarie

I posted a reward for a stolen 2011 Honda Foreman last week. I did this for my father-in-law. He got it right before hunting season of last year and now has pay a note on a bike he doesn't have. I hope you and my father-in-law recover the bikes. Good luck.

June 13, 2011 at 9:16am
A comment titled: Yes you can. in response to a report titled: Hunting and Fishing Licenses

This link will get you there if you like to check it out yourself.

http://www.wlf.state.la.us/licenses

February 17, 2011 at 12:40pm
A comment titled: Yes you can. in response to a report titled: Hunting and Fishing Licenses

Yes you can get a hunting license without takeing the hunter safety course. Taken from Louisiana department of wildlife and fisheries website. There were more excepts like a child under 16, but this one explains how your friends son did it.

No person born on or after Sept. 1, 1969, shall procure a hunting license of any kind, unless that person has been issued a certificate of satisfactorily completion of a Hunter Education course approved by LDWF.
-EXCEPT a person who has not completed a hunter education course may be issued a license with the restriction that they are accompanied by, and under the direct supervision of a person 18 years of age or older who has a valid hunting license or proof of successful completion of a hunter education course.

February 17, 2011 at 12:33pm
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