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Products the travel the universe before you get it » Post #15

Fri Dec 09, 2016 09:54 in General Talk

I don't think I have issues with the food items being stale when shipped thru walmart but the
packaging is a nightmare.

They seem to use whatever box is closest to their hand. I've received a can of coffee in a box
large enough for a bike with ten tons of brown paper wadded and wadded and waddy wadded.

I have also received items in small box's that should have been in large box's.

Then there is the 'tape' that is SOME TIMES over lids and some times NOT.

It is so lovely to receive can goods, like can salmon, dented in like a deflated balloon.

Nothing more wonderful then having cans on top of the cookies. I just love drinking cookies.

Oh the joy of receiving packages from Walmart. The packers must really love their job.

Show us your pet » Post #43

Fri Dec 09, 2016 09:39 in General Talk

I have been using the 'Direct Link' link.

What's the last movie or TV show you saw? » Post #42

Fri Dec 09, 2016 09:31 in General Talk

I watched a new good British movie last night. I really liked it.
Well, I don't know if it was a British movie but the actors appeared to be.

It was a bit of a tear jerker, starts out a little slow and you are wondering if there is going to be
any point to the movie at all.

I give it 5 out of 5 stars. I thought its excellent, actually. I loved that it was a real plot.

If you like a good clean movie with excellent acting and a plot that keeps you immersed,
you'll like it.

'The Light Between Oceans'

Products the travel the universe before you get it » Post #12

Fri Dec 09, 2016 06:39 in General Talk

I think you are being sarcastic, BouldRake.

Here a postage stamp is $0.49

A book of ten or twenty stamps, actually last me a long time.....well, at least a couple of months or longer.

Visit Bangladesh » Post #12

Fri Dec 09, 2016 06:33 in General Talk

It's the problem with the whole entire world. Nit picking. Nit Nit Nit Nit Nit

Everyone needs to lighten up across the globe. Everyone pretends to be so smart. In reality, we
are own demise. Why? Because we are all stupid. Stupid stupid stupid stupid. We have about
as much place in this world as a grain of sand and not much more sense.

Is "friggin" an acceptable word in our forum? » Post #13

Fri Dec 09, 2016 06:25 in General Talk

I don't know about the 'Mod' part.

After all, what is 'Mod'? Does 'Mod' some how have a hidden meaning? Hmmmmm :silent:

Ok I will stop there. :lol:

Show us your pet » Post #36

Fri Dec 09, 2016 06:20 in General Talk

I would say I love most all animals.

I'm not fond of snakes or buzzards. I am far from thrilled with the moles too.....very aggravating creatures.

I've watched youtube videos of people that have squirrels as pets. It's a bad idea. They sure are
cute and my gosh, loads of fun to watch. I had no idea they were so playful. They do bite and it
does hurt! If you let them run free in your home, you would most probable have pee and poop every
where. If you leave them in a cage, you would need one that is extremely huge and even then, it
would be cruel. Squirrels need lots of room. They will climb way up to the tops of the highest trees,
build nests and such. Having a squirrel live it's life in a cage would be very cruel.

Is "friggin" an acceptable word in our forum? » Post #11

Fri Dec 09, 2016 06:02 in General Talk

I'll just put it like this.....

If you post the F word I am going to either edit your post or set it for deletion and give you
a warning.

If you post the Friggin Frigging Frigg Frig word, I won't touch your post. :?

Visit Bangladesh » Post #5

Thu Dec 08, 2016 21:34 in General Talk

It's a beautiful country but I hope you make plenty of money online so that
you don't have to work so hard there.

Show us your pet » Post #31

Thu Dec 08, 2016 17:06 in General Talk

Miss Foxy
Actually there are two red fox's that love to steal stuff. Some of the raccoons do too but the two fox's are something else.

Show us your pet » Post #30

Thu Dec 08, 2016 16:45 in General Talk

By the way, Miss Red and Mr Grey were survivors from a storm. Their nest was blown out of
one of my trees and I heard weird noises outside. Went out and there was these two little tiny
baby squirrels circling the tree but not even going back up the tree. I actually made a sling and
put them in the sling, got the ladder and hung them as high up in the tree as I could. I thought
mom might come back to get them. Over a day passed and they were still huddled in the sling.

I took them back inside in a cardboard box. I went to the vet and bought cans of milk....I think
it was kitten milk and some little tiny bottles. I ordered one of the cages and as they grew, I ordered
another cage.....turned it upside down and connected them so they would have height to climb.
I made a sling inside that they would play on and some times fall asleep on. There was also a
small home made box inside with a hole all the way through so they could go inside for darkness
and to sleep.

In the mornings I would say BREAKFAST and they both would come running to the front of the
cage for the bottle. I would hold the bottle up thru the bars of the cage to feed them. When
they got full, they would simply stop and run to play.

They are very fun to watch. Very playful. They chase each other and do all kinds of acrobats.

As they grew and could eat solids, I gave them raw peanuts and a walnut every so often...not
good to give them many fatty nuts like walnuts and pecans. I have tons of hickory trees and
the hickory nuts are every where so I would collect a few of those and give to them too.

As they grew, I would take them with their entire cage, outside on a dolly. I would sit them in
the woods so they could here the sounds.

Finally, one day Miss Red came to the bars of the cage and hollered WAAAAAAAA.....WAAAAAA....
WAWAWAWAAAAAA. She seemed surprised by her own extremely loud sound. I knew then it
was time for them to go.

That was a few years ago. Their cage is attached way up in a tree outside with roofing material
around it for protection. No, I don't think they live there any more but they did for awhile.

Is "friggin" an acceptable word in our forum? » Post #4

Thu Dec 08, 2016 16:22 in General Talk

I suppose another good example would be the word 'screw' or 'screwed'. One could
make the same argument as with the F word.

There is nothing obscene about the word screw and screwed. One can say, 'I got
screwed'. If you say 'I got screwed' I would think you were cheated by something
or someone. However, some people could say that is the same as 'F' word. It is not.

I guess it just all depends on where your mind is and/or what the speaker is presenting it as.

Show us your pet » Post #25

Thu Dec 08, 2016 13:39 in General Talk

Miss Red and Mr Grey

Show us your pet » Post #24

Thu Dec 08, 2016 13:32 in General Talk

Miss TreeCat

Show us your pet » Post #23

Thu Dec 08, 2016 13:29 in General Talk

@Pattoqro I love his suit. Him all dressed up.

@Marcel YES it is more like a Sanctuary here.

Oh it would not be a good thing for someone tried to do something to my animals.
They are like children. Mr Bo aka BoBoDog, he goes every where with me!

Yes Tabby cats have the distinctive M design at their forehead. Kind of cool!

Is "friggin" an acceptable word in our forum? » Post #2

Thu Dec 08, 2016 13:15 in General Talk

I think you are reading urban dictionary's or getting some off the wall information some where.

Actually the word friggin is spelled frigging. I'm originally from the north and we would say up
there, frigging. In the south and over time I suppose, we slang it to friggin.

I say friggin some times. Have you ever heard someone say 'dadgumit' or similar?
People could easily say that is a replacement for those that take the Lord's name in vain.

adjective & adverbinformal
adjective: friggin'; adverb: friggin'
used for emphasis or to express anger, annoyance, contempt, or surprise.
"I cried like a frigging baby"

So to your question, NO friggin does not mean the F word. What means the F works IS the F word
and nothing else.

People can say words any way they want to say them. People can attach any meaning to them that
they want. After all, words are just that, simply words. As the old saying goes 'action speaks louder
than words'.

Just remember, there is no such thing as replacements when it comes to words. The word is the word
and that is it.

The word 'friggin' and 'frigging' is acceptable.

Show us your pet » Post #16

Thu Dec 08, 2016 10:03 in General Talk

I'll post some more later. :lol:

Show us your pet » Post #15

Thu Dec 08, 2016 10:02 in General Talk

Bo aka BoBoDog

Show us your pet » Post #13

Thu Dec 08, 2016 09:54 in General Talk

Outside cat : Miss Lucy

Show us your pet » Post #12

Thu Dec 08, 2016 09:52 in General Talk

Outside cat : Miss Cookie

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