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I have a question !!! Why do people have phones - BUT don't activate there Voice Mail ??? Just wondering
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.....Beau got lucky, very lucky...he used up 1 cat life, that night.
Not sure I can take another one.....

It made me remember.....falling backwards straight down onto my tailbone--I was standing on a chair cleaning. The force travelled right up my spine; it felt like someone had hit me between the shoulder-blades with a sledgehammer.

I still remember that breathless moment of wondering whether I could still move my feet. I also remember looking across the room at my son in a highchair eating breakfast......and thinking my husband would come home that night, find me dead on the floor, with my son still in his highchair........and that his diaper would be sopping wet.

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I have a ancient flip phone who lives in my car, strictly for emergencies.....and since I only plan to use it for emergencies, I've never set up the voice message....that's MY reason. Plus I'm a luddite...move over, AB (TH).
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Cute, ECIN....gotta love those boys.....

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I have a question !!! Why do people have phones - BUT don't activate there Voice Mail ??? Just wondering
Well, in my personal preference, I don't want to talk to people on the phone. I talk to people on the phone all day at work.

Why? Did you call me and try to leave a message??

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Free The Nipple!!!!!

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Nip the nipple talk.

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Nip the nipple talk.

Yeah!

What Ma said!

See? It's easier to raise girls...

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For the Chicken Thread on DT, this one might be more applicable?





Once again, DoberChicks Rule as Well!

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Ten Doberman Rules
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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I really love that "But Mom....." video, but I need to take lessons. Somehow my "Shut it" didn't work with the kids as well as I would have liked.

Maybe (and this might apply here as well) I should show my teeth more.
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For the Chicken Thread on DT, this one might be more applicable?


Seems you guys are just slow learners.
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OK AJ - I'll take the bait...someone has to push the old-truth, out of 6-7.

16 y/o Beau - in 1972...
- 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 ?
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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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B67......waiting for "the rest of the story" (shout out to Paul Harvey!)
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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" !!
Beau Part #3:
- after my horrific fall, I could not believe...not even a broken bone
- so I stood up, and everything was working...after I got my wind back
- and crawled up the 20 foot vertical drop

OK - that was a close call / but still got water cannons, filled up.
- so we head, back to the Hwy.
- and our Luck was about to change
- the next car, we nailed perfectly / with an exploding balloon, under its floor pan
- the car load of jocks (HS foot ball seniors), thought they had hit a kid (on the road)
- car stops in the road, 1/10th mile away (with its lights on), they all bail out and realize the prank / from the arena parking lot
- about 5 of these muscle bounds, starting running in out mis-guided direction
- someone gonna get hurt tonight / and the 4 of us juniors, run for our lives, and hide
- we climbed over a barb wire fence, and hide in the hay field
- one lad has a nasal problem, and he is snorting / we tell him to shut-the-F--up
- the seniors get to the fence, and can't see us in the dark of night
- one guy stepped on the barb wire, but didn't go any further...we were only 20 feet, inside the fence line
- they gave up chase, and we called it a night
The END / Paul Harvey, good day !!
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45 Years after 'The Exorcist' movie.
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Mar 20, 2018 - William Friedkin, the director of The Exorcist and several other classic Hollywood endeavors, claims to have finally captured the truly demonic on screen. No actors. No makeup effects or CGI. His new documentary, The Devil and Father Amorth goes behind Vatican doors to expose the reality of wickedness...

^^ Scary movies usually don't scare me much, but the puking girl in the early 1970's movie did.
- made me jump up, out of my seat / along with the whole theater, of customers

The other movie that made Beau jump, was The Chainsaw Massacre.
- When Sally (Marilyn Burns) hears that her grandfather's grave may have been vandalized, she and her paraplegic brother, Franklin (Paul A. Partain), set out with their friends to investigate. After a detour to their family's old farmhouse, they discover a group of crazed, murderous outcasts living next door. As the group is attacked one by one by the chainsaw-wielding Leatherface (Gunnar Hansen), who wears a mask of human skin, the survivors must do everything they can to escape.
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Jaws....after the movie ended, I remember getting into the car and reflexively looking into the back seat to make sure nothing was going to jump out at me.

Remember this scene:
[youtube="Jaws--head pops out"]RMFyoBf0CWI[/youtube]

Interesting audience reaction in the theater....EVERYONE jumped....there was a minute of silence.....and then simultaneous nervous laughter by everyone.


I went looking for this video to post here--watched it again....I knew what was going to happen, but I still jumped.

The music still makes my heart speed up just a little when I hear it.
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How about the Geico chainsaw movie ad?

[youtube="Geico chainsaw ad"]4TJCEDW1xoA[/youtube]
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The Poseidon Adventure (1972)
- Shelly Winters couldn't swim and fining her drowned body floating under water
- was a real shock, to the viewer
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- En route from New York City to Greece on New Year's Eve, majestic passenger ship the S.S. Poseidon is overtaken by a tidal wave. With the captain (Leslie Nielsen) dead, surviving passengers, including the passionate Rev. Scott (Gene Hackman), band together in the ship's ballroom. The group struggles to avert fires, flooding, structural instability and mechanical malfunctions as they make their way through a maze of ladders and tunnels in their desperate attempt to escape a watery grave.

The Haunted Organ Theme - The Ghost and Mr. Chicken Soundtrack << another classic
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But, Aunt B?

Don't you want to grow some peanuts?
IF I lived in the right part of the country to even think about growing peanuts I'd be sitting guard on the peanut patch with a 20 gage shotgun waiting for the dratted squirrels to show up!!!

Geeze Denny--what a suggestion!!!!!!!
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I startle easily--and although I don't have problems reading spooky/scarey things I don't d so well with seeing them.

One of the worst ones for me was that scene in "Alien" where that THING jumps out of what's her names chest--they practically had to carry out of the theatre.

In general I don't see movies that have a lot of slime, drool, puking and/or bloody murders.

But there have been a couple of books that got to me--my roommates used to come home and find me wrapped in blankets on the patio when I was reading Steven King's "The Stand"--couldn't go in the house if there wasn't anyone else home.

Because of the problem with visual stuff as a kid I had a list of movies (as they came out) that my mother forbid me to see. And she always knew when I'd ignored the "thou shalt not...." and gone to see one anyway. She'd come home to find every light in the house on--I saw the original version of "The Thing" (a forbidden movie) and came home to no one there--fortunately I could reach the hall light from the door but by the time my folks came home every light in the place was on--and that went on for months.

I did not see either "Jaws", "The Exorcist" or "The Chainsaw Massacre"--or for that matter movies like "Poltergeist"...

Gives me the creeps even to think about them...
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I'm back!

Radar decided to welcome me home to his first all-out toy murder. He was very proud of his work - and we promptly went to the toy store to get some benebones/nylabones/etc for him to chew.

(e-collar is on him because we were about to go outside for potty - had to get one of those "above ground" invisible fences - and it is set only to beep. Luckily that beep is annoying enough to him that he comes back to me right away. One of our neighbors has a fence-jumping mastiff mix - I had to make the yard a little smaller so that Radar couldn't go too close to the fence - they both think it is SO MUCH FUN when he jumps over the fence so they can play together)

ETA: Looking at the photo again - it was the scene of his first TWO toy murders. The fox (left) and the rope tug toy that he is not supposed to have access to while we are not home (looking your way, SO) Both have made their way to the trash and have been replaced with more durable toys.

20180418_172356 by Ashley Langer, on Flickr

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Sorry my friends - but not going to read any of the damn posts about scary movies !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Had a Kodak moment yesterday and NO Kodak to Take it !!!!!!!!!!!! I forgot to take it - But I had to run over to the Vets office yesterday - Before I got there - I seen 4 big beautiful Rots ! They were all standing around a tree looking up - lmao

I did slow down and looked up in the tree - my guess - a cat or a squirrel - Laughed all the way to Vet's office .

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I'm back!

Radar decided to welcome me home to his first all-out toy murder. He was very proud of his work - and we promptly went to the toy store to get some benebones/nylabones/etc for him to chew.

(e-collar is on him because we were about to go outside for potty - had to get one of those "above ground" invisible fences - and it is set only to beep. Luckily that beep is annoying enough to him that he comes back to me right away. One of our neighbors has a fence-jumping mastiff mix - I had to make the yard a little smaller so that Radar couldn't go too close to the fence - they both think it is SO MUCH FUN when he jumps over the fence so they can play together)

ETA: Looking at the photo again - it was the scene of his first TWO toy murders. The fox (left) and the rope tug toy that he is not supposed to have access to while we are not home (looking your way, SO) Both have made their way to the trash and have been replaced with more durable toys.

20180418_172356 by Ashley Langer, on Flickr
Good boy ! Good - Good Boy !!!! lmao !!! BTW - Did you do a crime scene report on it ? God I love that boy !
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It's a new burglary technique.....get into the house, rip up a few things, wait until the folks lock their up pup so he won't destroy anything while they are gone, break in and take everything of value.

Listen to what that poor dog is saying.....someone is trying to FRAME him.
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