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Hoss remains exhausted!

I couldn't hear Hoss snoring on the video, even with audio turned up, cause Eva is snoring away in dog bed in office right behind me.

Both our Dobes like to sleep in on dark rainy and dreary days. (Recharging for cool & sunny days...) Supposed to cool down by Sunday evening here into upper 30's but no freeze predicted for next 10 days...
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Poke Everything.
It's New? Bark At It.
Moves? Chase It.
Doesn't Move? Smell It.
Liquid? Spill and Dribble It.
Treat or Food? Wolf It Down.
Not Food? Chew It Slowly, Be Quiet & Hide From Human.
A Toy? Shred & Destroy It.
Stuffed? De-Stuff It.
Bites You Back? Wrestle It!
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Both our Dobes like to sleep in on dark rainy and dreary days. (Recharging for cool & sunny days...)


LOL SD --- How true ! Mr. B has took a few vacation days lately with all the clouds and light rain - this morning - he pottied - came in jumped up on the couch and went back to sleep ------------ Didn't even didn't come over and help me cook this morning + Pasta Salad .

Better go clean up my mess - Was going to fix Ribs - but there still a little to froze - that will be for tomorrow I guess
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Have to Add Minnie-Soda and Wisconsin Modm

The Old Oaken Bucket game ? Indiana vs Purdue
Yep - I do like the names of the rivalries and the trophies.

Iron Bowl - Auburn vs Alabama
The Game - Ohio St vs Michigan
The Old Oaken Bucket - Indiana vs Purdue
Paul Bunyan Axe - Wisconsin vs Minnesota
Egg Bowl - Ole' Miss vs Mississippi St - although Ole Miss did lay an egg...

To name a few...
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So Bug ------------------- When was the first dog show you showed in ? Was you nervous ?
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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!!!!!!!!!
Geeze Mel, you know that I do that all the time--I AM the queen of the parenthetical remark--and the run on paragraph (and sometimes the run on sentence).

Somewhere back in the archives (and I'll try to look it up but my "new" computer has decided that no matter what I do it isn't on line and wont pull anything up--and yes, that's why I'm in the library) is a post about how I got my first show dog--someone asked about that--I'll go look it up since it's really the beginning of my dog showing experience.

And along with a lot of turkey sammich's we went off to the movies and I got to pick--Kenny will love to hear this--we went to "Ford vs Ferrari"--I kink of knew the story because back in the middle ages my husband used to listen to auto racing on the radio and he was a big Carroll Shelby fan.

Gonna' go look for that post about how I got my first Doberman/show dog...

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"Ford vs Ferrari"

That was advertised on TV the other night and I thought about you Bug , I was thinking - your pick sure sounded LOTS better than something frozen - lol

So , How was it ?

I still listen to racing on the radio Believe this or not - But the Indy 500 is blacked out here . But you know what - When listening to it on the radio - its more exciting - Announcers really get into it ! A few years back , I found it on the computer live ! Problem was ?????????????????? It was in Japanese and my Japanese is not very good So turned up the radio and shut the volume off on the computer ! Problem solved
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So Bug ------------------- When was the first dog show you showed in ? Was you nervous ?
My first dog show with my first Doberman was in Bremerton, Washington--the long way around was on land but from where I lived the fastest way was by ferry. So my college roommate and I headed out for Bremerton at the crack of dawn (actually probably before the crack of dawn since it was in March and Dobes were the first thing in at 8:00)

It was a five point major and my puppy, who was just barely 6 months was entered in 6-9 puppy dogs.

Was I nervous--oh my gawd--I was nervous and was even more nervous about the time we just almost got to Bremerton and my sea sick puppy puked up his breakfast all over himself and the back of the station wagon.

So the very first thing I had to do was try to clean Marc, the puppy up--he was a MESS and my unhelpful friend laughed. So I spent some time with a lot of paper towel in the restroom that had a big sign--NO DOGS ALLOWED IN RESTROOMS.

I emerged with a wet dog--who still kind of smelled like puke and found his breeder waiting outside the door--he took one look and marched us back to where his dog, his wife, and my dogs litter sister were waiting with a bunch of paraphenalia including towels and a coat spray. He dried the puppy off, sprayed him down with some stuff to make him shiny (and smell better) and marched me up to the ring to pick up an armband.

I think there was one other puppy in that class but I don't think anyone had any doubt about the fact that my dog was going to win that class and he did.

That first dog of mine was so over trained it was ridiculous--I had a theory that if I trained him to the hilt even if I forgot what i was doing in the ring he'd remember and it did pretty much work that way.

We went back in for winners and the judge who clearly liked my dog a lot kept dithering back and forth between him and the open dog--ultimately my puppy went reserve and we hadn't even quite gotten out of the ring before the breeder had me by the arm telling me--"If you'd stop hanging on to your puppies muzzle he'd have gone winners dog..."

I didn't even know I was hanging on to Marc's muzzle...so how nervous do you think I was.

The breeder teased me about the clean up job he had to do and using Marc's muzzle as a handle for years after that.

I stopped being nervous in the conformation ring pretty quickly but the performance stuff had me holding my breath and shaking right up to now--that's why my friend who loved showing dogs in Obedience and later in Rally and Agility showed all of mine for me.

Kenny, I can remember being scared to death walking into that ring the first time as if it was yesterday. It wasn't exactly yesterday--it was March of 1960.

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WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I knew you would have GREAT STORIES !!! lol Thanks so much Bug !

So - Did you go home the long way so your puppy didn't get sick again ?
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Ohio State took care of Michigan, now Mocha's keeping me company while I watch the Minnesota/Wisconsin game to see who the Buckeyes will play next.
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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.
You can always catch and release for fun, AJ!

As far as eating fish? Crappie are my favorites!
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Hoss remains exhausted!
You are going to have to get Hoss a C-Pap machine.

Was he sleeping through a vacuum cleaner?
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That is the way I would do it , catch and release. I do have good memories catching those pan type fish , we called them Blue Gill. They were always little bony and had to be careful when you ate them but good stuff.
last night was Blackened grouper.
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Well, that man needs to take a Denny's driving school class for starters.

And, I've hit a trailer hitch with my knee cap walking around the back of Rustine. Won't make that mistake again! Hurt like hell!

I was out there in the auto repair shop parking lot dropping my brother off to get his Dodge out of the shop and was glad no one saw me do it! I was fighting tears back it hurt soooo bad.

Notice I said a Dodge was in the repair shop! Hemi, at that!

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Wow, wow, wow, Auburn beats Alabama, what a game!!!
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That is the way I would do it , catch and release. I do have good memories catching those pan type fish , we called them Blue Gill. They were always little bony and had to be careful when you ate them but good stuff.
last night was Blackened grouper.

TN will be able to straighten things out. I think Blue Gill and Crappie are the same class of fish but different species.

The Crappie we caught, weren't Blue Gills.

AJ,

How was Thanksgiving dinner with my family? I backed out. Still trying to mend fences with my Mother and a family gathering is not the way to do it. Too much attention directed at me. I am with 4X4. I like solitude.
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Wow, wow, wow, Auburn beats Alabama, what a game!!!

YAY, YAY, YAY!!!

I cheer for anyone who beats Alabama!

Great job, A. Tigers!

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Ohio State took care of Michigan, now Mocha's keeping me company while I watch the Minnesota/Wisconsin game to see who the Buckeyes will play next.
I am not just saying this to butter up the Minnie Soda Mods.

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TN will be able to straighten things out. I think Blue Gill and Crappie are the same class of fish but different species.

The Crappie we caught, weren't Blue Gills.

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Bluegill

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Are you all interested in the nonsensical text I got from my Stupid neighbor lady, Mama Tika?

She unblocked my number long enough to say her stupidity and then block me again after I taped the note to their mailbox that simply said, "I hope you are enjoying The Rifleman Season 1 and 2".

I forwarded the text to Mister. He called me right back and said what exactly did you write in your note? Stated the same to him. He said she's crazy. He suggests I call DHS on them, since the County won't do anything. I do believe that the kid is a foster kid and they are using him for a paycheck. I asked him, "What am I supposed to say to them? He said, "They are raising a thief". I don't know if I will get anywhere with this, but do you all think I should give it a shot, before I spend money on an Attorney?
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Crappie
Yep! That's a Crappie in the second photo!

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What did you do Alan - Burn it up ????
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Yep! That's a Crappie in the second photo!

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And crappie are some of the best tasting freshwater fish (along with walleye). Me, I was always about catch and release though. It was all about being out on the water, watching the sun rise, taking pics, and trying to catch some fish. Mainly bass, but every now and then, if the bass weren't biting, I'd go after crappie, bluegill, white bass, or stripers.
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Look up blackened redfish...cajun style cooking brought to fame by chef Paul Prudhomme.
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