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Came home for lunch and may take the rest of the day off., going to take Mr. B to pet VALU and get him some new balls
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He needs a new ball--you both need to have fun with a ball that never belonged to Ali--have fun guys...

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SO...ECIN is going to buy new balls!!!!!
It's about time........can never have enough balls.......
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Neuticles...glanced at their website because I couldn't remember how to spell it, and I found this special offer too:

"NEW! Get your official Limited Edition My Dog Loves Neuticles bumper sticker- now available! 3" x 6.5" vinyl sticker will compliment any vehicle. Included free with every Neuticles purchase or click here to order."

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That has me on the floor again lol

When we got Kadin fixed , I had to take him back for a recheck , the gal asked how he was doing , well I said , physically ok but there is one problem , she looked at me funny and asked what he is doing ? , I said I caught him on my lap top looking at neuticles and he took his paw and showed my some for a angus bull , the gal just looked at me , I said I think I got him straightened out , I told him they would dray the ground on him , lol
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DT didn't like what I had to say about posts about balls and really didn't like comments about neuticles so it wouldn't send it--probably all right--Kenny wouldn't have been able to get up off the floor after reading that post.

It was a nice proof that all of us and this whole thread just ain't quite right!!!

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We are proud crazy humans!!!
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Whadda ya think, color or B&W?



Summer is almost over (for which I'm glad because it's been a brutal, hot one here and it's hanging on for at least another week or two) but I've seen very few butterflies this year and not a lot of bees, either. Not a single zebra swallowtail, and only a few gulf fritillaries on our butterfly bushes and lantana...



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Boy, you are right about that--I was definitely thinking horses--cattle barns of any sort aren't the kind of thing you clean up with a fork or a shovel. And dairy barns--which usually get "mucked" out twice a day (after milking) even with that are a giant mess. Makes horses seem neat.

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I have mucked a few stalls and horse barns in my time....load the wheel barrow up and take to the pile....rinse repeat. Lime, saw dust, etc...

Also when I was a kid, I lived on a dairy farm. I put on the milking machine on one and I guess I leaned against her hoof....got a hoof to the chest for my troubles
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Whadda ya think, color or B&W?



Summer is almost over (for which I'm glad because it's been a brutal, hot one here and it's hanging on for at least another week or two) but I've seen very few butterflies this year and not a lot of bees, either. Not a single zebra swallowtail, and only a few gulf fritillaries on our butterfly bushes and lantana...
Hard choice - I like them both. I really like the pop of purple in the color photo though. But in general I am a fan of black and white photos as well

Also trying to decide if the B&W is sharper/contrast....keep going back and forth Can you put the purple in the B&W?
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Hey melbrod,

I was going to hi-jack Doc's thread with Mr. B where you double posted.....but thought here may be better.

When I previewed my reply to Doc's post about Mr. B....it looked ok. I then hit submit.....but the circle kept circling or the old days would be an hour glass. So I quickly copied the reply in case it disappeared. Then I opened up another tab and went to DT in that second tab. Still had the original one still trying to post.

With the second one up it showed that my post did go through. So I went back to the first (original) DT with it still trying to post my reply and I just closed it out. And my reply is still there with just one post not double.

Does this sound similar to what you get? Or way off?
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test

So I tried double clicking fast multiple times - DT knew it was a double post and wouldn't let me....so weird about how double posts get in.....
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Actually, in that particular case (just this time) I had actually typed something and then decided that I didn't really want to say whatever it was. I didn't have anything else to say and didn't feel like moving it out of view either (which I can do and YOU can't ) so I just NVRMD'D it.

I like the black and white if you could get the highlights on the flower and butterfly a little closer to white rather than grey. Maybe. I'd have to see it that way to decide.
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Whadda ya think, color or B&W?



Summer is almost over (for which I'm glad because it's been a brutal, hot one here and it's hanging on for at least another week or two) but I've seen very few butterflies this year and not a lot of bees, either. Not a single zebra swallowtail, and only a few gulf fritillaries on our butterfly bushes and lantana...
Even though it's a damn thistle picture, I say color. No thistle should out shine a butterfly. The butterfly likes it.

Damn thistles.

Crap!

Now I am starting to dislike the butterfly.

Damn butterflies!

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I guess it depends on whether you're talking horses or cattle, though I guess with cows you're usually using heavy equipment there's no way you'd let the kids behind the wheel of.
Don't dismiss the little farm kids that can kick A$$ driving big equipment!

And, horses, is just picking the apples up out of their stalls, scraping the wet spots and resettling the shavings. Then you got to get a snow shovel out to load the wheel barrow. Hopefully the crap pile was thoughtfully planned out and down hill!

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So I tried double clicking fast multiple times - DT knew it was a double post and wouldn't let me....so weird about how double posts get in.....
I can somehow get double posts sent! I must have special powers!

Don't ask me how I did it. I don't know!

Good Evening Peeps!

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That was a bad thing to put in the air, Bro Kenny! Good thing I didn't see it until now!

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Let's just all go live at DOC's farm..........he could use the help anyway.
I rarely call in sick like docs previous staff members........and I am real good at supervising !!!!!
As long as you don't get in my mowing part of the plan! You can "garden" after I am done mowing. And, for the record, I never said anything about trimming!

That's right. I have to drink my beer two handed after weed whacking!

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How is everyone?

Oklahoma State Fair is here.

I can find a map for the buildings on their site, but can't find the official schedule for the draft horse hitch competition!

I am so frustrated.

My plan was to get a funnel cake, then a beer and hang close to the hitch show and cry while watching all the pretty horses, maybe slide the big slide and later go look at the pony rides and actually participate in the petting zoo. There would be another beer along the way, through all that. Final exit, a pork sandwich and another funnel cake.

I'm done.

Home James.

Mister said, "Guess I am going to have to go back without you".

I said Okay!

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Happy B Day Kelly girl.........I will drink more just for you !
Hoping your boo boo gets better soon.
Working on the big sexy truck video.............things are looking pretty good.............
4x4 needs to send me some pics of his trucks interior............come on man.......send me more bad john................ send me interior pics..........just a few .....
Stryker ..........get busy ......or I can use pics you already sent me of your sexy rust bucket.............with dirt all over the truck.............
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Iv'e got the Sheriff for the next week or so. Nice old boy. He is our miracle pup. Over 9 years ago he was diagnosed with a severe CV congenital aberration. He was a a puppy. The general consensus was to euthanize him.

We did not. It was arduous and expensive. But he has lived a nice and healthy life.

Today he is totally healthy, except his physical disabilities are rough. He is not in pain, yet he is limited in what he can do.

I took him up to our cabin in August and I was sad to to see his physical deterioration.

He could live for many more years. Still....

When he plays with McCoy, he never gets off the floor. It breaks my heart.

Oh well...

STJ!
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