Joe W. Haralson, 62, is the longest currently serving Texas Ranger. He joined the Texas Department of Public Safety in 1972 and in 1981 became a ranger. Unlike some law-enforcement positions, there is no age limit for being a ranger, and he can serve. Haralson, who is based in Texas City, is head of the DPS SWAT team, as well as a sniper and a founding member of Ranger Recon, which deploys to the Texas-Mexico border. . Photo: Mayra Beltran, Houston Chronicle / © 2012 Houston Chronicle

'Ranger's ranger' keeps on rangering

Joe W. Haralson, 62, is the longest currently serving Texas Ranger. He joined the Texas Department of Public Safety in 1972 and in 1981 became a ranger. Unlike some law-enforcement positions, there is no age limit for being a ranger, and he can serve. Haralson, who is based in Texas City, is head of the DPS SWAT team, as well as a sniper and a founding member of Ranger Recon, which deploys to the Texas-Mexico border. . Photo: Mayra Beltran, Houston Chronicle / © 2012 Houston Chronicle

LOL! Nothing beats the smell of a fresh opened can of tennis balls!

9 Scented Candles I'd Actually Buy (That They'll Never Make)

LOL! Nothing beats the smell of a fresh opened can of tennis balls!

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Im pinning this because we had to stop spelling things out that we didnt want our 6 yr old to hear because she can spell, so we started using this (for those that don't know me, my husband is in the army) she figured out how it works in less than 2 weeks!

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To fake major pumpkin skillz, a drill is your greatest ally.

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