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I figured you might be a writer of poetry -- some of your language is poetic. I'm a poetess, so I can spot it right away.
What sticks in my craw is how inconsiderate some parents can be where...
Drs. Foster and Smith are a good company. I've always had a good experience dealing with them.
I'm thinking of seeing if I can purchase some Crimson Spot Rainbow fish through them (the cooler...
I'll have to take the pics, first, then figure out how to upload them here. My tech has never been able to reinstate the old picture program I used before, after that first virus wiped everything...
With today's water change in the 65, I changed out the sponge in one filter to a single layer of the 3/4-inch polyester quilt batting I got, and transferred all the ceramic beads from the other...
01-24-2016, 02:06 AM
Okay, I went there and looked at what they have. Not that unattractive, being black instead of the stark steel look I was thinking of. Still, I don't think that's for me. I'm still concerned about...
01-24-2016, 01:46 AM
Having back-ups is great -- except for septic tanks. LOL! Not too nice when HOBs back up and overflow either, though that hasn't happened yet to me (knock on wood -- no, NOT on my head!).
01-22-2016, 08:27 PM
Two AC110s on a 65-gallon tank, sparsely stocked, and planted.
01-22-2016, 07:21 PM
Awhile back, some posters recommended using 100% polyester quilt batting for mechanical filtration to replace the foam sponge. When I looked into this at a fabric and craft shop, I learned their 100%...
01-20-2016, 04:48 PM
Your aviary reminds me of my favorite display at the San Diego Zoo, when I was a kid. I always headed straight for their huge, multi-bird-species aviary. There was always something intriguing to see...
01-14-2016, 10:17 PM
There are many different forms of cancer, but I suspect there's a common denominator behind all of them, and it has to do, at least in part, with the immune system. Some in the medical field think...
01-13-2016, 05:48 PM
While I was never a fan of his, it's still sad that he, and so many others, have succumbed to cancer. And I think that's the larger tragedy -- that cancer claims so many people who would otherwise...
Keeping their wing feathers clipped will prevent them from flying outside.
When we had chickens while I was a kid, Dad would clip their wing feathers so they couldn't fly the coop. We lived in a...
Could it be that the Conure was merely curious about the new bulb and checking it out? Or was it actually being aggressive toward it, as though an intruder into its territory?
Glad to see those...
I'm surprised insurance companies haven't tried to ramrod legislation through to mandate these shelters be built in areas of the country where tornadoes are prevalent. It should be added to building...
Which is more expensive -- the money it costs to install a tornado bunker, or one's life or the lives of loved ones?
I think part of it is the "It can't happen to me" mentality. People just don't think they're going to get hit in their lifetimes, so they become complacent.
Truth is, if anything more powerful...
People who think they know everything usually learn nothing. Once they realize they don't know everything, then they can begin to learn. At least this guy has his turtles and fish in a 100 gallon...
12-28-2015, 05:41 PM
All those devastating tornadoes! Hope all forum members who live there are okay. All that wreckage they showed must have been from at least EF4s.
Slap -- you okay?
Several things he's going to have to get used to:
Being thoroughly pampered
Getting spoiled rotten
Being showered with love
Having all of his needs met
Wonder if he'll have any trouble...
12-26-2015, 07:27 PM
We'll gladly take some of your 86-degree temperature up here.
I'm a native of southern California. Born there, and lived there for the first 45-years of my life. Have lived the last 20 or so years...
I don't do it, and nobody in my family has ever done it, that I know of. Personally, I don't think it's nice.
The one exception I can think of is if you receive a gift you really can't use, but...
12-26-2015, 05:43 PM
We got hammered here in the inland northwest. The weather folks predicted NO snow for us this Christmas! Just proves one thing about our weather out here: Its predictability lies in its...
12-26-2015, 05:21 PM
He was blessed to have you in his life, as well as the reverse. Love is eternal, and whatever wonderful new realm he's in right now, he has your love with him, always.
Condolences to you and his...
Great happiness to you all, here and beyond, now and forever.
UPS came through with my sister's package -- on our porch this time, where it should be. All's well that ends well. Merry Christmas to all.
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