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And what happened to Lannie?
Lannie is dragging Oliver into the barn.

Her internet is covered with with snow and she is plumb wore out.

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Lannie is dragging Oliver into the barn.

Her internet is covered with with snow and she is plumb wore out.

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Works for me SP - LMAO !
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TN- We pretty much always go on the Harris Chain of Lakes and when the weather is calm we can cover them all. It is fresh water and very popular with the fishermen , i think there will be a tournament this weekend. We saw quite a few boats covered in adverts. I do not fish but did acquire a some fishing gear and considering to start throwing out some line in the future.
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I should have thought of that MC - I'm just say 'n' --- TN posts up a picture of food and your reply almost beats his post up LOL But food in site ???? Don't nobody get there fingers in the way : grin2:
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Hey Alan - make sure to go back a page - I posted up pictures of us fishing yesterday
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I should have thought of that MC - I'm just say 'n' --- TN posts up a picture of food and your reply almost beats his post up LOL But food in site ???? Don't nobody get there fingers in the way : grin2:
Ha! Yes, we planned well - ate yesterday around noon, so we could have another helping at dinnertime. Now I ate another meal for lunch. Probably enough leftovers to do it again for dinner!
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LOL, nothing like some Bill Dance bloopers; they always crack me up. And trust me, in my years fishing, I had PLENTY of those, thanks goodness I was always out by myself and there was no one there to film them
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Ha! Yes, we planned well - ate yesterday around noon, so we could have another helping at dinnertime. Now I ate another meal for lunch. Probably enough leftovers to do it again for dinner!
We had our daughter and her SO come over around 1 and we ate at 2...I was strategically planning ahead for my midnight snack*

*No, I didn't eat at midnight, it was more around seven-ish

BTW, this time, I injected our turkey with this stuff before putting it in the oven, used almost an entire bottle on a 15-pounder and it came out super juicy and delicious. Not a hint of dry breast meat, I'll use this from now on, that's for sure.
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You know Bug - My wife and I have had talks before about when to call it quiet's on raising dogs - She worries lot's more than me She said she won't want to get a pup or a dog that would out last us ! I had to throw the flag right there - I said Hun - there are people that go to work everyday and don't come home that night - you just never know when your deal is up , you know ?

Then after we lost Ali , one night we were talking again - she said I have been thinking about what I had said - She said your right - I could never se us with a dog and Besides , you know so many people on DT - I'm sure if something happened , somebody would take great care of them - which I assured her somebody would .

So I guess what I trying to say is I just can't see My Aunt B. with some kind of dog in her life - Not one to replace one - but to just have that thing that only our 4 legged friends can give us , you know what I'm say 'n ' . I'm not trying to rush you into anything , just something to think about someday down the road .
Aw Kenny,

When i came home from the vet clinic having left my Toad there, knowing that he'd never be coming home as soon as I walked in the door I had a flash that even though I'be been saying for the last couple of years that I thought Toadie would be my last Doberman and probably my last dog, I really can't imagine my home without a dog.

My dogs, after the first one, were never replacements--I learned that lesson early on--each of the dogs came along with their own quirks and personalities and were as unlike each other as you could imagine. But that was fine with me when I finally figured that out.

And practically all of them have been co-owned and more recently when I broke down and made a will have been provided for that way.

So right now I still don't know what I'm going to do--not only do I not think I can deal with a house that has no dog but I don't think I can deal with a house without a Doberman.

Maybe an older reject or possibly a rescue--haven't figured that one out yet.

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As far as Clark - I never gave it a thought that a cat would miss a dog , that poor thing - I know that Kadin still misses Ali , there are days he just stands here in the house looking at her grave - and like you - we say yes little buddy - we miss her too .
It hasn't been as bad for Clark as it was for Leon. He came to me (via the clinic who got him as an owner turn in because he had ringworm and his elderly owner had the law laid down by her physician--she had health issues and he didn't want her to have anything that could possibly transmit something contageose. She cried and one of our great soft hearted vets had her sign him over to the clinic promising that he'd find her kitty a good home. I was taking care of the contagouse ward at the time and obviously saw him far too much--when he saw me through the window of the contageouse ward door he'd roll on his back and chirp at me. When he finally had two clear skin scrapes and I took him home, he and Rumor were almost the same age--right about 6 months old. Leon had never really had anything to do with dogs--I brought the carrier in and let Rumor out of the kitchen (his "place" during the day if he hadn't gone to work with me--he ran over to the carrier and I opened it. Leon poppped out--took one look at Rumor and and ran down the hall with Rumor in hot pursuit--I heard them make the turn in the bed room (and with no training at all) they came back down the hall with Leon chasing Rumor. The cat chase game. They were the very best of friends for almost 10 years and when I lost Rumor, Leon hunted for him and watched the door when I came home from work for months. Toad was a substitute of sorts but Toadie wasn't "his" dog.

And even when puppies came for ears to be done or when the elderly Jersey was spending parts of each week with us Leon was Johnny on the spot for every black Doberman--but none of them were his Rumor. Leon is now 17 and it's been 6 years since his dog went away and never came back--he's still looking for him. And if that doesn't make you want to cry you've got a heart of stone.

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I have asked myself several times - why do I visit this site - one moment its pure joy - looking at the new puppies coming on here , then a few hours latter - crying over a dog I didn't even know - But I think that's because we know the pain that person is experiencing and that reminds me of that day when we have had to say good bye to one . Yet the joy they do bring us , lol Like this morning -- Kadin is growing up - I opened the back door and told him to go potty - he trotted out with that pretty Dober gaunt - oh about 10 feet - raised his leg and then looked right at me - like see dad - I'm going - the funny part - he didn't pee any - the ole fake pee - lol I said good boy and here he came - sometimes I think they do the fake pee is they are just doing what we asked them to do - to please us - what friends we do have
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Big hugs your way Aunt B !

Someday - if you ever feel like it - it would interesting to hear stories about your dog showing days ! I know I would enjoy them .

Clouding up here - rain and thunderstorms are on there way

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Thank you Ken--jeeze--dog show stories--I should be able to tell a few of those.

I've finally just about caught up on the pages of posts I missed--today is Black Friday (I don't actually do Black Friday's but instead of clouds and rain or snow the left hand Portland has sunny skies, light wind but it is colder than the hubs of hell--it was about 22 degrees overnight and has made it to 40 degrees yet--somehow I thought I'd do some yard work but clearly I'm not gonna' do that--I'll go home and make another turkey sammitch and crawl back into bed (inviting the cats to come keep me warm) and think about my doglessness...

ABTLH (and the dogless kitties)
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....He came to me (via the clinic who got him as an owner turn in because he had ringworm and his elderly owner had the law laid down by her physician--she had health issues and he didn't want her to have anything that could possibly transmit something contageose. She cried and one of our great soft hearted vets had her sign him over to the clinic promising that he'd find her kitty a good home. I was taking care of the contagouse ward at the time and obviously saw him far too much--when he saw me through the window of the contageouse ward door he'd roll on his back and chirp at me. When he finally had two clear skin scrapes and I took him home, he and Rumor were almost the same age--right about 6 months old. Leon had never really had anything to do with dogs--I brought the carrier in and let Rumor out of the kitchen (his "place" during the day if he hadn't gone to work with me--he ran over to the carrier and I opened it. Leon poppped out--took one look at Rumor and and ran down the hall with Rumor in hot pursuit--I heard them make the turn in the bed room (and with no training at all) they came back down the hall with Leon chasing Rumor. The cat chase game. They were the very best of friends for almost 10 years and when I lost Rumor, Leon hunted for him and watched the door when I came home from work for months. Toad was a substitute of sorts but Toadie wasn't "his" dog.

And even when puppies came for ears to be done or when the elderly Jersey was spending parts of each week with us Leon was Johnny on the spot for every black Doberman--but none of them were his Rumor. Leon is now 17 and it's been 6 years since his dog went away and never came back--he's still looking for him. And if that doesn't make you want to cry you've got a heart of stone.
ABTHLLH, you forgot to close the parentheses. That was one heck of a parenthetical comment.

But you're right....and a heart of stone I do not have.


And ooohh...I want to hear dog show stories too!!!!!!!!!
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And from that article:
"hogshead of bunkum."

Do you know where "bunkum" comes from?
mid 19th century (originally buncombe ): named after Buncombe County in North Carolina, mentioned in an inconsequential speech made by its congressman solely to please his constituents ( c. 1820).

Or in another more detailed explanation:
From buncombe, from “speaking to (or for) Buncombe County, North Carolina”, a county in North Carolina named for Edward Buncombe. In 1820, Felix Walker, who represented the county in the U.S. House of Representatives, rose to address the question of admitting Missouri as a free or slave state, his first attempt to speak on the subject after nearly a month of solid debate, right before the vote was to be called. To the exasperation of colleagues, he began a long and wearisome speech, explaining that he was speaking not to Congress but "to Buncombe." He was ultimately shouted down by his colleagues, though his speech was published in a Washington paper and his persistence made "buncombe" (later respelled "bunkum") a synonym for meaningless political claptrap and later for any kind of nonsense, at first only in the jargon of Washington and then in common usage.


And bunkum is spoken in Washington DC to this very day!


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Hoss remains exhausted!

Loved the Hoss Video LDi - but that is 1.37 minutes, Beau will never get back.
- Kelly don't snore much, but did the same...3 nights ago, on sectional
- we both laughed, because it is so infrequent

Funereal to attend tomorrow, so today I got my hair cut & mustache trim.
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- JJ back to carry on the PVC floor install / next will be red cedar trim

So another busy-busy weekend...away from home.
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Windy tonight. Sustained winds around 45, wind gusts up to 75 or so. HDD looks a little concerned; he's been hovering around me all evening. Fortunately I think he's done his duty for the night, because I don't think I'll get him outside any time soon.

I'm trying to remember if I have left anything loose outside. I guess I'll find out tomorrow...or earlier if something goes crash in the middle of the night.

That's it for me tonight.
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Hoss remains exhausted!

Two things -

1. I would of had a hard time not laughing while filming - so would wake him up or the camera would be going up and down.
2. This is what I tell my wife - it isn't me snoring it is the dobes! …...Unfortunately she doesn't believe it.
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So it is the weekend!

Amazing how a week goes by when not a work week. If vacation time could pass the same as work time!

But I only have 2 more weeks of work - very busy 2 weeks - but then off for 2 or 3 weeks....haven't decided yet.
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A few good games on this rivalry weekend

Guess for me the two biggest are - Ohio St vs. Michigan and of course Auburn vs. Alabama.
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1. I would of had a hard time not laughing while filming - so would wake him up or the camera would be going up and down.
2. This is what I tell my wife - it isn't me snoring it is the dobes! …...Unfortunately she doesn't believe it.
I thought it would be extra funny, to see Hoss wake up at video end...with momma kisses on his muzzle.
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Hoss remains exhausted!
Classic!
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Good morning everyone! Cold and pouring rain here in middle TN, glad I got my yard work (pruning the limelight hydrangeas, butterfly bushes, and roses) out of the way yesterday. This morning Mocha, the ninny, took forever to do her business. Even though it was pouring buckets, she couldn't decide on a good spot and kept running back and forth, circling and circling so we both got soaked

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A few good games on this rivalry weekend

Guess for me the two biggest are - Ohio St vs. Michigan and of course Auburn vs. Alabama.
Yes sir, I'll be watching the Ohio State/Michigan game, and then either Minnesota/Wisconsin or Alabama/Auburn, depending on which game YouTube TV is showing (hopefully both will be on

And I have a loaf of Texas toast bread so I can make me a nice turkey sammich along with a big cup of coffee

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LOL...how true...I always say 8 hours of vacation time = 1 hour of work time
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A few good games on this rivalry weekend

Guess for me the two biggest are - Ohio St vs. Michigan and of course Auburn vs. Alabama.
Have to Add Minnie-Soda and Wisconsin Modm

The Old Oaken Bucket game ? Indiana vs Purdue
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