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* Lup[ton, Angela

  #RAWKLU.23731 Exp 12-31
    Angela Lupton   Email:   angelalupton@sbcglobal.net   Owner:   Nixon II, Don M.  
 
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EZ Classified Advertizing™, (free or flat fee classified advertising listings) a Nixon Newspapers affiliate   317 844-8189
  Carmel IN #EZ.23177 Exp 07-31
    Website Link:   www.ezclassifiedz.com/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=101
    Don Nixon   Email:   dmn.ez.nni@ezclassifiedz.com   Ref:   USPS Direct Mail  
 
Friendship list: Charter Club of Marco Beach Resort
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Friendship list: Charter Club of Marco Beach Resort
A sample: For rent: week #39 (unit available for rent, owner's listing)
Price: $1,670.00 / per week

This sample listing above contains normal information about a unit (week #39) which is currently for rent at Eagles Nest. Any actual listing for a unit at Charter Club of Marco would be so listed and the unit and week identified.

The price listed ($1,670) is close to the published rental price Hilton charges. Each owner sets the price for the unit in their listing.

Suggested Guideline when you get a response:
Down payment: half the rental amount paid when you make the agreement, balance due Jan 1.

I don't remember ever signing an agreement as the person renting the unit from another owner or as the unit owner. Although, I have confirmed details in an e-mail, which I have sometimes initiated. Other times the other person initiated it but I kept copies.

The owner should advise the front desk people at Charter Club the person's name renting the unit, usually around Jan 1st. Then be sure to confirm two weeks prior to the rented week.

Here's what I sent in a previous year:
To: Office Manager  -  (if you know who usually takes care of the rentals, use that person's name. There also may be a "Guest Authorization form you need to complete.)

"Please advise proper channels (renter's name) will be using my week #39, Tower unit #205 for 2018.

If there are any questions, please let me know.

I would appreciate if you would acknowledge receipt of this instruction. Thank you."

I make the assumption any owner on either end of the transaction has some idea of the process and is most likely to be reliable. I have not heard of any problems. Suspect much of that may just be good luck.

Or, for additional expense, you can go through a legal procedure and have a formal contract.

Note: The telephone contact number below which follows "Charter Club of Marco" (317844-8189) is the owner's contact, not the property: Charter Club of Marco


Charter Club of Marco   317 844-8189
  Marco Island FL, 34145 #RAWKLU.21500 Exp 12-31
    Don Nixon   Ref:   dmn:marilynmonroe  
 
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Let us show you how to do it better. Click the "Audio or video" button above to see what we mean.


EZ Classified Advertizing™   317 844-8189
  160 W Carmel Dr Carmel IN, 46032 #RAWKLU.22502 Exp 12-31
    Don Nixon, Chief Cheerleader, Editor & Publisher, Proofreader   Email:   dmn.ez.nni@gmail.com   Ref:   Chicago Bulls Kiss Cam - 2015/01/03  
 
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Bump stocks are banned. Does anyone disagree with this or is it good for all sides of the gun debate?

By: Henry M. K. Alau, Field Engineer (2017-present)

I believe most gun owners will disagree with this for the simple reason that the banning of one accessory (and I’ll get to that in a moment) is only the first step to the banning of another, then another, then one weapon, then a class of weapons, and, ultimately, the evisceration of the 2nd Amendment in its entirety.

First, the accessory (and that is ALL a bump-fire stock is) the item itself, is not, in any way, shape, or form a machine gun as set forth in the regulation. It was not a machine gun when it was introduced, as the ATF stated, TWICE, when submitted for review. Tactically, its use is marginal at best. To the best of anyone’s knowledge, it was only ever used in the commission of a crime ONCE, the shooting in Las Vegas. It is, in short, a way of doing inexpensively and easily something that can otherwise only be accomplished at great expense and great effort, to wit, shooting a fully automatic weapon. Removed from an actual firearm, it is a piece of plastic, incapable of being anything more than club, and a poor one at that.

Second, by the ATF’s own ruling, it does NOT convert a semiautomatic firearm to a fully automatic firearm. Its use requires careful manipulation and modulation of the device to achieve simulated automatic fire, but it still requires an individual actuation of the trigger for every shot fired. Unknown to many, it also has a second setting that stops operation of the modulated fire and becomes a fixed stock, allowing controlled semiautomatic fire.

Thirdly, there is not, and never has been any registration of an accessory outside of items required to be registered courtesy of the NFA of 1934. There is no serial number, no tracking, and only estimates of how many of these things are in circulation. Should it stand, expect yet another round of civil disobedience as hundreds of thousands of “banned accessories” are NEVER turned in. Reference New York after the so-called SAFE Act, Connecticut after their requirement for registration, and most recently New Jersey after their magazine ban.

Finally, to address the question directly, it is good for only one side of the gun debate, the gun ban side. It is good for NO OTHER area of debate on gun rights in particular, and rights guaranteed by the Constitution in general. It is illegal in almost any way it can be illegal and would not survive a rational basis test, forget intermediate or strict scrutiny.

The bump stock ban is knee jerk reaction to a one time event that penalizes thousands who have only ever used them for their personal enjoyment. A lone lunatic is insufficient justification for this step, one of many that have been taken over the years to curtail an enumerated right. The continuance of this course of action will only lead to the more restrictions on the millions of law abiding gun owners who will be vilified and falsely equated with the very few criminals who use guns to their own ends. If not stopped, this will, inevitably, end in the eradication of the entire Bill of Rights, the Constitution, and the United States.
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Dec 23 · 2 upvotes
Another thing I would add, it turns countless law-abiding citizens into felons for owning items they obtained legally and used responsibly.


  #EZ.38438 Exp 12-29
    Ref:   Quora Q&A  
 
Eagles Nest, Marco Island FL 34145
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Eagles Nest, Marco Island FL 34145
Eagles Nest owners club



Eagle's Nest Beach - Five Star Resort   317 844-8189
  1700 Barefoot Williams Rd Naples FL, 34113 #RAWKLU.22898 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.radioad.org/wklu/classifieds/listings.php?catcode=Owners
    Don Nixon   Email:   dmn.ez.nni@gmail.com   Ref:   Eagles Nest friendship list - displays owner's direct telephone number - which in this example is: 317/844-8189  
 
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Enter your zip code. The database will select all items with the first three digits of your zip code, in this case "460" which generally is a sectional center or a 50 mile radius.

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    Website Link:   www.ezclassifiedz.com/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=102
    Ref:   DMN  
 
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EZ Classified Advertising™, (free or flat fee classified advertising listings) a Nixon Newspapers affiliate   317 399-5131
  160 W Carmel Dr Carmel IN, 46032 #EZ.30618 Exp 12-31
    Willard P. Rohrer, General/Business Manager   Email:   willardrohrer@hotmail.com   Ref:   dmn:marilynmonroe  
 
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EZ Classified Advertising™, (free or flat fee classified advertising listings) a Nixon Newspapers affiliate   317 399-5131
  #EZ.30243 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.ezclassifiedz.com/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=102
    Willard P Rohrer, Classified Advertising Mgr   Email:   willardrohrer@hotmail.com   Ref:   DMN  
 
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Homeland security

One need only grasp the need for a front door with a lock on it, to comprehend need for a secure border. If Nancy Pelosi has a secure home, she understands the need for a secure country. Any words to the contrary are baloney.

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    Ref:   dmn:marilynmonroe  
 
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Johnny - the bagger


The beautiful story of Johnny, the grocery store bagger truly captures the essence of service. It takes only 3 minutes to watch it, and I truly hope you’ll share it with every person in your organization. It brings service and life into perspective.


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Eagles Nest, Marco Island FL 34145
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Eagles Nest, Marco Island FL 34145
Lisa Seymour

Eagle's Nest Beach - Five Star Resort   239 394-5167
  410 South Collier Blvd Marco Island FL, 34145 #RAWKLU.5467 Exp 01-30
    Website Link:   eaglesnest.hgvc.com
    Lisa Seymour   Email:   LSeymour@hgvc.com   Owner:   Seymour, Lisa  
 
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What is the scariest event in your life that you are able to talk about?

By: Louise Barr, Big family, lots of vicarious and personal experience

We had a handyman, John, in our neighborhood who did some work for me. We were fairly friendly, so I stopped to say hello once and saw he had a new helper. “Richard”, an older guy who lived just down the street,was polite, but showed a special interest in my 12 yr. old special-needs son. Now my son was quite “pretty” at that point and people had often stopped me to say that he should be a child model. So the first time this guy stared at my son, I tried to tell myself it was just more of the same stuff.

But something a neighbor had mentioned made me look up Richard. I found that he was a registered sex offender for raping a child with a foreign object. From then on, I gave Richard hard looks and refused to acknowledge him. He still reached out to us, but I wanted it clear that I was aware and that he had better leave my child alone.

There are no children in this neighborhood, but I did warn people whose grandkids visited that there were some decidedly unsavory people in the area. I didn’t get to speak to John alone, so I wasn’t sure if he knew about Richard. And my son is never without me or a trusted caregiver and never goes outside alone.

A year later, I was on the phone for 10–15 minutes. When I went to the kitchen, I found the door wide open . . . and my son gone. I did a quick, frantic search, then called the police. They also hunted, then put out a watch for him. I brought up Richard but they said they couldn’t search his house without a warrant. I said I would, and charged over there. I started shouting my son’s name, which brought Richard’s roommate to the door. I ran in, shouting for my son and Richard. The roommate called to Richard to open his door. It took him a moment to unlock it; I scanned the room and saw a tarp covering something in the corner. My heart in my throat, I shoved past Richard to uncover it. Thank God it was not my son!

I rushed home to the police, where I spent an agonizing 2 hours or so until we got a call from the police in the next town. My son had walked 2 blocks, stepped onto a bus (with no money or idea how it worked) and the driver had simply allowed it. When they got to the next town, the bus driver finally kicked him out. My son went up to a food truck and was told he had to have money to buy anything. As he didn’t have any, my son concluded that he was now homeless and all was lost. He lay down on the grass beside the sidewalk “to die.”

Luckily, a kind woman asked if he was OK. He answered “I’m not doing very well, thank you.” She called 911 and when the police arrived, he gave them our telephone number. I was never so relieved in my life as when I got that call!

The law doesn’t let me lock him in the house. The fear is that if I die or have a heart attack (not so far-fetched!) he won’t be able to get out, even in case of fire. I’ve tried to impress upon him the dangers of going out alone, but he slipped out once more while I was in the shower. I’ve solved that problem by confiscating and hiding his shoes and pants the minute we enter the house. We live in a warm climate, so a shirt and underpants are fine, but he will not go outside like that - except once. But that’s another story!

NOTE: I’m closing this post to comments, as I’ve received some that I find rather offensive. I responded to the above question and did not ask for people’s approval or disapproval. Read all the comments already here if you have any questions about my subsequent actions.

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Janet Van Dijk
Oh, my heart goes out to you. The story about Richard is scary—all parents worry about that—but your poor little guy lying on the grass to die. That must just break your heart—it does mine, and I don’t even know him!

Louise Barr
Thank you for your kind and understanding words!


Lizabeth Healy
Wow. Just wow. Glad all worked out.

Just wondering if there is a phone app that could notify you when a door is opened.
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Louise Barr
I don’t carry my phone with me except in my purse. But I’ve installed the kind of alarms they have on shop doors, so they beep if a door is opened.


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