American ranch sells for next to nothing due to the invasion of UFOs and aliens

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American ranch sells for next to nothing due to the invasion of UFOs and aliens

A resident of Arizona, sells her ranch for pennies because of the frequent cases of UFO activity. The man personally had to kill 19 of the aliens with samurai swords.

The couple bought the ranch 1995, where he was going to settle for a peaceful life and to organize a campaign to save the horses, but their plans for the future were violated by alien invasion. Anyone who after hearing the information still willing to buy his house and should know that to kill the alien can only by cutting off his head and then disconnecting the antenna. American advises not to make the same mistake and not use the sword ‘ it is difficult to cut off the head the first time.

Jan Hartman has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Sivertelegram, Jan Hartman worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.

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Dog rescuers pay thousands to breeders, who then breed more dogs to sell to rescuers

An effort that animal rescuers began more than a decade ago to buy dogs for $5 or $10 apiece from commercial breeders has become a nationwide shadow market that today sees some rescuers, fueled by internet fundraising, paying breeders $5,000 or more for a dog.

The result is a river of rescue donations flowing from avowed dog saviors to the breeders, two groups that have long disparaged each other. The rescuers call many breeders heartless operators of inhumane ‘puppy mills’ and work to ban the sale of their dogs in brick-and-mortar pet stores. The breeders call ‘retail rescuers’ hypocritical dilettantes who hide behind nonprofit status while doing business as unregulated, online pet stores.

But for years, they have come together at dog auctions where no cameras are allowed, with rescuers enriching breeders and some breeders saying more puppies are being bred for sale to the rescuers.

Bidders affiliated with 86 rescue and advocacy groups and shelters throughout the United States and Canada have spent $2.68 million buying 5,761 dogs and puppies from breeders since 2009 at the nation’s two government-regulated dog auctions, both in Missouri, according to invoices, checks and other documents The Washington Post obtained from an industry insider. At the auctions, rescuers have purchased dogs from some of the same breeders who face activist protests, including some on the Humane Society of the United States’ ‘Horrible Hundred’ list or the ‘No Pet Store Puppies’ database of breeders to avoid, maintained by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

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State-Owned Bexar County Ranch at the Center of Latest Warbler Fight

Rancho Sierra, a 2,317-acre property northwest of San Antonio, has everything ‘ rugged hills, a ranch house, springs and seeps that form the headwaters of two creeks, and Mount Smith, the tallest point in Bexar County.

It also has, according to surveys, an abundance of golden-cheeked warblers, the migratory songbirds that have made headlines for nearly 30 years as a symbol of the tug-of-war between property rights and conservation in the Texas Hill Country.

For the State of Texas, which purchased the land for $26.6 million to include in an investment portfolio used to fund public schools, the warbler population stands in the way of plans to develop the property and get a positive return on its investment.

At one point, the state planned for the property between Helotes and Boerne to be the site of a residential subdivision with 715 ranch homes, according to an August 2005 master plan obtained by The Rivard Report.

An August 2005 plan shows that the General Land Office once intended for Rancho Sierra to be developed into a subdivision with 715 homes.

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