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Beau feels like he should confess to something, I did in my youth / need to get something, off my chest ?


Ughh that list is to long for me...sometimes a hate running into old friends because they remind of the things i have buried in the ole memory hole.

Beau..we are listening!?
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Our dobermans love tomatoes / and I never knew squirrels, like them too.
But I feed the chipmunks & blue jays peanuts / so no need to wreck a tomato...even had 2 chipmunks,
eau Beau!!!!

If you lived in my neighborhood you'd probably be tossing out stale bread for the crows too. I like jays--because they'll run the squirrels out of their areas. And all of my dogs would strip the tomato vines of fruit if they had access to them. As it is I grow the tomatoes in a series of raised boxes on a strip that is fenced off from dog predation--the rule around here is that any dog can pick any Juliet (the plants are huge by mid summer) that is growing through the wire fencing on the sidewalk side. The tomatoes inside the fencing are MINE! And although I don't grow them a friend who always has an extensive summer garden has dogs who teach my dogs to pick all of the berries as they get ripe (blueberries, raspberries, marionberries) and string beans. And they clean all the lower branches of the pear and apples from the trees as soon as they start to ripen.

Anyone who thinks that dogs are strictly carnivores hasn't watched them when the have access to gardens. Wild canids (like coyotes) will also pull ripe corn stalks down from the outside edges of corn fields, strip off the ripe corn and take it home to eat in peace.

We used a huge cherry orchard for training tracking--during cherry season my dogs while waiting for tracks to age used to catch mice (and eat them) and pick up any fallen cherries (and eat them.)

Bottom line is that I don't feed critters who are after the stuff I grow for me and I would like to have words with the neighbor (don't know which one it is) who feeds the squirrels peanuts--the wretched squirrels like to bury them in the flower beds and potted plants.
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Beau feels like he should confess to something, I did in my youth / need to get something, off my chest ?


Ughh that list is to long for me...sometimes a hate running into old friends because they remind of the things i have buried in the ole memory hole.

Beau..we are listening!?
OK AJ - I'll take the bait...someone has to push the old-truth, out of 6-7.

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- drove to the next rural town over / very small with 1 hockey arena, 1 church & 1 variety store
- visited a good friend, but clearly nothing to do / so we got to make, our own fun
- head to variety store / buy some balloons
- arena closed, but wash room unlocked / so fill up balloons in the sink, with water
- tie a tight knot in several filled water balloons
- go to road, and hid behind a big maple tree / with water bombs

Anyone want to hear, the rest of this story ?
- later
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[QUOTE=LadyDi;3995993]Let them babies breathe!!!!LOL..........

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Did you look at the comments? "Everyone knows that lions don't live in the jungle and that they hunt at night. Stupid Americans" Sheesh....what I think of when I hear the song is "What or who does the lion represent? What is it that comforts us to know that something feared is not a danger at the present?


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To be kind to the sleep challenged we should call it Thursday
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LOL ^^ Di on a roll, this morning...

Beau feels like he should confess to something, I did in my youth / need to get something, off my chest ?
You can go back to your youth if you want.....I'm not sure I'd want to. At least, not the parts I'd have to confess to.


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Bottom line is that I don't feed critters who are after the stuff I grow for me and I would like to have words with the neighbor (don't know which one it is) who feeds the squirrels peanuts--the wretched squirrels like to bury them in the flower beds and potted plants.
Yes! There is someone here in our neighborhood who must feed the deer...they all come running when they hear the sound of a bird food bag being opened.

But not as bad as the women a mile or two away who feeds the bears. Seriously, she did (the city eventually paid enough attention to the problem that they stopped her). I have a hard time believing the stupidity of some people.








Not you folks here.................I've learn to accept that.
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I bet we won't have a choice....we'll hear it anyway.

OK, Beau...let me go run my errands and then I'll be back to listen. What did you do with those balloons?
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And SP, thanks for introducing me to I'm finding it to be more and more useful as this thread keeps going.


So now, having gifted you folks with my early morning acerbity, I'm leaving. Time to make the doughnuts (an advertisement reference for you young 'uns).
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Did you look at the comments? "Everyone knows that lions don't live in the jungle and that they hunt at night. Stupid Americans" Sheesh....what I think of when I hear the song is "What or who does the lion represent? What is it that comforts us to know that something feared is not a danger at the present?






S'OK. Friday will be here sooner that way.
its called peace of mind...besides lions have come along way and have integrated themselves into most countries of the world and are fed by their keepers...
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speaking of feeding critters...sand hill cranes are just about every where and do not mind being close to people i have witnessed the result of people feeding from their homes and once they know you are the food giver they come and peck your doors and windows for a bite to eat daily. My love stays stays at another home we have and i warned her not to start feeding them. Telling her that if you start and miss a feeding that they are known to become angry and eat your eyeballs only worked for so long. So now she has a family living on the deck pecking the house. Nice
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eau Beau!!!!

If you lived in my neighborhood you'd probably be tossing out stale bread for the crows too. I like jays--because they'll run the squirrels out of their areas. And all of my dogs would strip the tomato vines of fruit if they had access to them. As it is I grow the tomatoes in a series of raised boxes on a strip that is fenced off from dog predation--the rule around here is that any dog can pick any Juliet (the plants are huge by mid summer) that is growing through the wire fencing on the sidewalk side. The tomatoes inside the fencing are MINE! And although I don't grow them a friend who always has an extensive summer garden has dogs who teach my dogs to pick all of the berries as they get ripe (blueberries, raspberries, marionberries) and string beans. And they clean all the lower branches of the pear and apples from the trees as soon as they start to ripen.

Anyone who thinks that dogs are strictly carnivores hasn't watched them when the have access to gardens. Wild canids (like coyotes) will also pull ripe corn stalks down from the outside edges of corn fields, strip off the ripe corn and take it home to eat in peace.

We used a huge cherry orchard for training tracking--during cherry season my dogs while waiting for tracks to age used to catch mice (and eat them) and pick up any fallen cherries (and eat them.)

Bottom line is that I don't feed critters who are after the stuff I grow for me and I would like to have words with the neighbor (don't know which one it is) who feeds the squirrels peanuts--the wretched squirrels like to bury them in the flower beds and potted plants.
But, Aunt B?

Don't you want to grow some peanuts?
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So, Mel left.

Guess who is in charge now!



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And SP, thanks for introducing me to I'm finding it to be more and more useful as this thread keeps going.


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Ed. to add: I had this all ready, but I forgot to push enter before I left....so I'll do it now.......even though is doesn't fit anymore.
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- He was the Sheriff of McNairy County, Tennessee, from 1964 to 1970. Pusser is known for his virtual one-man war on moonshining, prostitution, gambling, and other vices along the Mississippi–Tennessee state line. His efforts have inspired several books, songs, movies, and a TV series. He was a wrestler known as "Buford the Bull" in the Mid-South. The Buford Pusser Museum was established at the home he lived in at the time of his death in 1974. A Buford Pusser Festival is held each May in his hometown of Adamsville, Tennessee....
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MEL gets it...smarty pants.
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B67......waiting for "the rest of the story" (shout out to Paul Harvey!)

Oh! Oh! Oh!

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I'm stupid...this one IS a duplicate post.
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- drove to the next rural town over / very small with 1 hockey arena, 1 church & 1 variety store
- visited a good friend, but clearly nothing to do / so we got to make, our own fun
- head to variety store / buy some balloons
- arena closed, but wash room unlocked / so fill up balloons in the sink, with water
- tie a tight knot in several filled water balloons
- go to road, and hid behind a big maple tree / with water bombs

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- later
Beau PART #2
- us 4 juveniles converge, behind a big tree trunk / close to Hwy.
- wait for a car to drive by, 50-70 mph
- with great precision, time the feet/second of the vehicle...with a hand toss, of a water balloon
- trial & error / go back to restroom and fill up more balloons
- started to master the projectile timing, delivered underneath the passing cars
- was funny at first
- one car slowed down, and cursed us out loud / excitement building
- another car full of beta males, stopped and ran back to kick our arse's
- we had a big head start, so ran off behind the arena, into the trees

^^ But Beau didn't know this area / behind the arena, was a small dump.
- the 2 local boys, slowed down to an almost stop
- but Beau was running, full steam ahead / and one step into the cover, was a 20 ft. drop
- my body did a somersault, like a rag doll
- and I ended up flat on my back, straight out...on a cedar post wood pile, looking up
- next I surveyed, what had just happened
- 12" from my body, was a 3" diameter sapling tree trunk, cut off about 8" high
- if I had a fell a few feet to the left, my back would have been speared through
- and if found alive, would be in a wheel chair
Beau got lucky, very lucky...he used up 1 cat life, that night.

Part #3 later / "then you'll know, the rest of the story...Good day" !!
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