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LMAO SP -- MeadowCat didn't make the legs long enough !


My guess is the furnace will get put in - in 2025 - also - lmao !

Does pee time count when the 2 kids wake me up ?

SP - You may have stole my heart - Oh my ! A girl in a Carhart !
Just try to convince me there is any other coat.

Where is the Yosemite Sam smiley, Mel? Please?
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Just try to convince me there is any other coat.

Where is the Yosemite Sam smiley, Mel? Please?
KEN ^^ Don't wanna see Yosemite Sam, in his Carhart's.
....maybe the Mrs. Yosemite Sam, would suffice (without the mu-stash)

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Hey Mel,

This is the second post of mine in a week that has gone missing. I posted to this thread right around that thread about the difference in protein quantity in grains by ECIN. And I was talking specifically about the possibility of stress dandruff.

The other missing post was in the Chicken Thread--but that was unimportant except for the fact that not all cats are left handed.

Too weird.
Beau got a new topic, idea from AB.
- dogs or cats / how you tell, left or right pawed ?
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KEN ^^ Don't wanna see Yosemite Sam, in his Carhart's....maybe the Mrs. Yosemite Sam though.



Beau got a new topic, idea from AB.
- dogs or cats / how you tell, left or right pawed ?
I love cats and dogs.

Guess that labels me as an Independent.

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Bandages on Kip's legs....

Two reasons:

1. He had a tumor removed from his back left hock. It rubbed when he lay on his side; it was basically bare skin. So naturally he licked.

2. And while he was licking, might as well lick the other leg, right?

He was a master at lick granulomas...we were always chasing one. The bandages kept him from licking enough on the back to make it raw, thus avoided the habit as best as we could.

A sock with the toe cut out, tape at the bottom just above his toes and tape above the hock worked perfectly. It had enough air to breathe, and enough coverage to slow the licking. down.
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Bandages on Kip's legs....

Two reasons:

1. He had a tumor removed from his back left hock. It rubbed when he lay on his side; it was basically bare skin. So naturally he licked.

2. And while he was licking, might as well lick the other leg, right?

He was a master at lick granulomas...we were always chasing one. The bandages kept him from licking enough on the back to make it raw, thus avoided the habit as best as we could.

A sock with the toe cut out, tape at the bottom just above his toes and tape above the hock worked perfectly. It had enough air to breathe, and enough coverage to slow the licking. down.
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You know why Yosemite Sam never had an episode with a Dobe?

The Dobe ate him!

Funny, wasn't it?

Well, I tried.

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In this cute animal video, a baby fox has a great time messing with these golfers golf ball.
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Three Baby Deer Who Enter A Woman’s Home Seeking Shelter From The Cold…

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Kitten And Baby Owl Meet For The First Time And Their Next Move Is Too Much For Words

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That fox video was cute,

Unless that fox is jumping in with the girls!
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RAD - I assume the furnace you need, is Natural Gas.

If so - here is Beau's 2 cents.

IMO - RUUD (#1) and KeepWright (#2) / avoid Carrier & Lennux (< proprietary & expensive parts).
- another brand is dirt cheap, but low grade...only new home builders, use the crap
- go with a 2 speed DC (direct drive) motor
- installs in Canada, range from $3,500 to $7,000
- I get a reliable RUUD, at the lowest price / helps a friend, does my work

Other options is if SO, has a friend in the trade / some even buy new unit off E-Bay, at discount prices.

Central Air units - older 14 SEER ones, are best / the highest SEER rating (in the 20's), has too many computer boards & prone to constantly need repaired..electronics too complicated, and Technicians struggle to fix them properly.



LMAO ^^ first time in your Life SP, you kept a family secret !!
...impressive
I should clarify - we have a furnace...it's in its box in the garage, next to the central air unit. We got it at cost from his brother's friend (works in HVAC, but doesn't install himself apparently) SO just needs someone to install it...and doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry to find someone.

The house is fairly well insulated, but it was built in 1951 so I'm sure it's not as good as it should be. We use space heaters and a lot of blankets! (And a rather large puppy)

All this late snow has really put a damper on renovations - can't get a dumpster in the driveway because the cars are in the driveway, can't park the cars in the yard because any given day the ground could THAW and then we will tear up the lawn. And all the snow makes SO grumpy. But, he has started taking down the wood paneling and the ugly chair rail from the kitchen.

SP- we could have a good flea market too - the previous owner died and his kids pretty much just moved all his stuff out into the yard...lots of weird, junky, artsy stuff. We've gotten rid of some of it via goodwill and trash, but there is plenty left to go around.

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OK chicken people....serious question for any previous gym rats out there ..as I just do not understand this so I am seeking opinions from some of our current or previous athletes.......
My oldest son is 39 years old ...he is 6'7 in height and weighs about 270. He spends alot time at the gym working out....really into the weights. Just found out from his wife that she is trying to get him to dis-continue steroids....using them now for 4 months ...my reply..he is already big and muscular....why in the world would he need assistance with getting bigger??? Can any of you relate to doing this when you were young bucks ....and if so ....WHY ? Help me understand....
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Never was a gym rat - lol I got plenty of weight training baling hay all summer - lol

Di -- I will say this --- Steroids are VERY DANGEROUS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They kill people - I have been on steroids for my knee's and my elbow - very limited ! The Doc put me on them for 5 days only ! I asked him if it would help my knees - He said yes - I said hey - I have some of them left from when Kasia was still here - He about chit ! Told me NOT to take them = bad health would happen ! So I did not take any on them ------ yet !

You need to have one of the What we call here --- One of talk to Jesus talks - you know what I mean ?

I don't want to upset you - But your Son is messing with fire !
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Never was a gym rat - lol I got plenty of weight training baling hay all summer - lol

Di -- I will say this --- Steroids are VERY DANGEROUS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They kill people - I have been on steroids for my knee's and my elbow - very limited ! The Doc put me on them for 5 days only ! I asked him if it would help my knees - He said yes - I said hey - I have some of them left from when Kasia was still here - He about chit ! Told me NOT to take them = bad health would happen ! So I did not take any on them ------ yet !

You need to have one of the What we call here --- One of talk to Jesus talks - you know what I mean ?

I don't want to upset you - But your Son is messing with fire !
Thanks folks ....ECIN ...tak'in this one to the big guy upstairs......will pray my way through this one. Ugg...
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Never was a gym rat - lol I got plenty of weight training baling hay all summer - lol

You need to have one of the What we call here --- One of talk to Jesus talks - you know what I mean ?

I don't want to upset you - But your Son is messing with fire !
Well said KEN and totally agree ^^ and Beau bailed hay & forked grain, from 12 y/o.

Our son got into fitness in Grade12, had a remarkable Phy-Ed teacher that introduced him to Healthier choices.
- 6 ft. tall, he bulked up strong for ~5 years / did it the old fashion way, without Steroid cheating
- but a rotate cuff shoulder injury (from travelling ball) forced him to change
- a brown belt in Karate, before he got into HS
- 20 years later, he is into daily meditation & yoga & eats extremely healthy
- flexible & lean now
- now extremely successful, as an entrepreneur & co-business owner
- travel's the world, 2-3x per year overseas
- and has one small shoulder tattoo (one HS age, BS moment) / no piercings, etc.
- still respects parents opinion

^^ He went away from the jock look & lifestyle / now professional growth, is endless & enjoying leisure time abroad.

Di - your son needs to realize, no money in playing flag football / and he is killing himself, to a new addiction.
- you have a hard talk to deliver / not gonna be easy
- hopefully his relationship, with wife is on solid ground
- what is his game plan, in life...5 years from now ?

I think he needs professional help, I would suggest an hour pod cast with Stefan Molyneux (from Toronto, Ontario).
- might cost a few hundred $$, but he is very level headed and articulate
- your son won't win the Steroids debate, with this guy (and a cancer survivor)
- need someone to knock, some sense into him
BOOK a chat: https://www.youtube.com/user/stefbot / don't know what else you can do...
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Di - Here's all you have to tell him - Tell him you were reading on Steroids and that they can cause his Dong to fall off with no warning - That should do it !
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Couldn't help but laugh, ECIN. In spite of me having to be a prude here.
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Couldn't help but laugh, ECIN. In spite of me having to be a prude here.
MEL - KEN beat me to it ^^ the raisin syndrome ...

Di - First you where very brave, asking us for an honest opinion.
- where a small-tight knit group here, and nothing is much off-limits (with show of respect)

When confronting a bad situation / that will lead into an argument, most likely.
- start with a list of positives (re bodybuilding off drugs)
- state the facts
- talk of the future (young family & career goals)
- and express your Love for him / best friends, tell the truth ...good or bad

^^ Our son gave up bodybuilding, likely before he hit 25 y/o.
- after that he could concentrate on his career building & ambitions, for the first time
- a few failed small business attempts / and three's a charm
- he has been self employed, for almost a decade now / life is a ton better, for him now
- health, wellness & freedom (from daily grind), is currently a major change in his life...a good addiction

Weightlifting @ a high level, is very difficult / redirect all the hard work & pain, into something productive instead.
- reinvent himself & restructure the sports massive energy / that will make him truly happy, in life's new journey
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Why Don't Humans Ride Zebras?
They’re just horses with stripes, right?
So why don’t we ride them around like Seabiscuit or Black Beauty?

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Thanks to all of you for even going there with me .....nothing like a ECIN short cut to get the young mans attention!!! .......after reading about steroid use today including the effects on our "raisins" and possibility of causing "dysfunction" to "Richard" ........this might be the route to take.. LOL .........seriously ...I knew you folks could help with some great ideas on how to approach this....my husband Scott plans to approach this topic with him soon. Scott is not his natural father but he tends to get through to my son better than anyone else ever has.....Scott is still laughing over some of your suggestions ......over and out for now....
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I really like the book Guns, Germs and Steel the zebra guy referenced. I was going to spout off with all of my zebra knowledge from that book, but then he said it all on the video.
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maybe Beau got a new topic, idea from AB.
- dogs or cats / how you tell, left or right pawed ?
Beau--both dogs and cats favor one paw to slap with, to paw with or in the case of Leon (my cat who is not left handed--ooops left pawed) he pokes me to get my attention. When I was reading the list of non-essential information where it said "all cats are left handed".He was poking me with his right paw and I think that most cats are left pawed because I had noticed that he (like me and Kenny) just wasn't quite right.

But you wouldn't expect a cat named Leon Russell to be "quite right" now, would you?
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Thanks to all of you for even going there with me .....nothing like a ECIN short cut to get the young mans attention!!! .......after reading about steroid use today including the effects on our "raisins" and possibility of causing "dysfunction" to "Richard" ........this might be the route to take.. LOL .........seriously ...I knew you folks could help with some great ideas on how to approach this....my husband Scott plans to approach this topic with him soon. Scott is not his natural father but he tends to get through to my son better than anyone else ever has.....Scott is still laughing over some of your suggestions ......over and out for now....
I was going to suggest someone other than you stepping up, but am not in your situation, and didn't want to speak out of turn.

I would humbly suggest someone stears him towards some additional hobbies, other than body building. Possibly, wood crafting? Just some off the wall suggestion.

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I really like the book Guns, Germs and Steel the zebra guy referenced. I was going to spout off with all of my zebra knowledge from that book, but then he said it all on the video.
Mel,

Since that's a video I'd be thrilled if you'd spout off with all of your zebra knowledge--I don't have the book--I'll try to get it from the library but who knows how long that'll take even if they have it. Soooooo--please tell all.

My guess would be because they aren't domesticated and even if you raise them in a barn they still aren't domesticated.

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Most American car horns honk in the key of F.
But according to the cartoonist/illustrator for Mad Magazine (Krum?Crumb?) All VW horn go bleep...

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Pipe thread and marine shafting use the same angle of taper.
I can't imagine why I'd know this but I do--must have something to do with all the years selling marine hardware.

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In Arkansas, it's illegal to incorrectly pronounce 'Arkansas'.
And my question to that is how is 'Arkansas' correctly pronounced?

eau Beau--the answer to your poll is "I wish"

Time to go watch the weather forecast--not that it did me much good today. I got the front lawn mowed on Monday but today was supposed to be rainy--all day. At one point I realized the clouds were clearing and it hadn't rained since sometime in the night (I could tell because everything was wet when I got up at 5:30) I went out and realized it was still too wet to mow in the back--started pulling weeds and raking up left over leaves--while I watched for it to dry more or???? Finally the grass seemed to be dry enough to mow--opened the garage to take mower to the back--by the time I pushed it out the garage door the skies opened up and it poured. It just now has dried enough to mow but it has also clouded up again--I'm not playing this game.

And I saw that fox/golf ball video somewhere--on tv I guess and thought it was just plain way beyond cute--made me LOL!!!
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