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  1. Thread: Hunting

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    True this. When I was younger, a stable I rode...

    True this. When I was younger, a stable I rode at had a horse shot during deer season - on posted property. After that, pastured animals were kept closer to the barn and decked out in bright...
  2. Thread: Hunting

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    We don't have a problem with hunting/eating what...

    We don't have a problem with hunting/eating what we (or someone else) shoot(s). Trophy hunting, or killing anything that is scarce in a particular area, is different, and I am not ok with that. ...
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    Not to worry, there's always Soylent Green. . .

    Not to worry, there's always Soylent Green. . .
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    I think capitalism has done enough raping and...

    I think capitalism has done enough raping and pillaging, at least of the environment, so I'm all for having it gelded.
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    way to go, Tradd! Congrats!

    way to go, Tradd! Congrats!
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    OTOH, it seems ridiculous to ME that she would...

    OTOH, it seems ridiculous to ME that she would willingly belong to, and support, an organization in which a husband's "guidance" is a central principal - and then not even pretend to follow it. And...
  7. Lovely! I'm sure they really appreciated it this...

    Lovely! I'm sure they really appreciated it this summer!

    (Good to have you back, BTW!)
  8. Sounds intriguing, razz, thanks! I signed up for...

    Sounds intriguing, razz, thanks! I signed up for the newsletter and requested the book from my library. I need help with instilling better habits!:|(
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    Oh, UL, I'm sorry - but it's good to hear that...

    Oh, UL, I'm sorry - but it's good to hear that you'll likely have a many happy days yet with your best fur-bud, and I'm sure he will enjoy them greatly!
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    Just finished The Giver of Stars (Jojo Moyes). ...

    Just finished The Giver of Stars (Jojo Moyes). It was a fun and easy read. Currently re-reading Shaker Communities, Shaker Lives (Priscilla Brewer). Also recently read The Columbus Affair (Steve...
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    I need to be more like you, TT. I am soooo...

    I need to be more like you, TT. I am soooo constrained by opportunity cost. Once I've decided, all I can think of is all those other options that are now closed to me. ARG!
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    Congrats, jeppy - I hope you find it a much...

    Congrats, jeppy - I hope you find it a much better place to work!
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    I too over-analyze and plan. If I did more DOING...

    I too over-analyze and plan. If I did more DOING and less PLANNING to do, I'd be in much better shape, lol. I like the motto, Geila!
  14. I am a huge champion of old buildings and their...

    I am a huge champion of old buildings and their associated histories. I get that they can't always be preserved in their completely original state- I understand the need for sprinkler systems and...
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    so sorry for your loss...

    so sorry for your loss...
  16. yes. too many people who are not under his thumb...

    yes. too many people who are not under his thumb - hospital staff, mainly- would have to collude and I just don't see that happening.
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    That's great, TT and Steve! We aren't keto but...

    That's great, TT and Steve! We aren't keto but have been cutting carbs and trying to eat more veggies and fruits over the past year or so. All three of us have lost weight since March, mostly due...
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    I often stick a bar of nice smelling soap,...

    I often stick a bar of nice smelling soap, wrapped in a thin cloth or netting, in stored clothing. Dried herb bundles, dried lavender bundles, cedar chips, all work, depending on smells one finds...
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    Well, I use purchased spaghetti sauce, does that...

    Well, I use purchased spaghetti sauce, does that count? No one likes my home-made sauce but me. They say it tastes like it has too many tomatoes in it. :~) A good many of our meals are combos of...
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    I really want a freezer on the bottom but they...

    I really want a freezer on the bottom but they are too expensive now. Our first fridge/freezer (one my parents gave us when they bought a house with newer appliances) had the freezer on the bottom, ...
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    Thanks for dealing with that side of things,...

    Thanks for dealing with that side of things, Alan! I just tried to donate, but the site wouldn't let me. I'll try again later....
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    How funny; I've always considered myself a...

    How funny; I've always considered myself a progressive - seems to me the term "liberal" has been usurped by CONSERVATIVES, to be used as a pejorative for anyone in disagreement with their fossilized...
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    So are the tanks under your arms? Do they get in...

    So are the tanks under your arms? Do they get in the way of your movement at all? And thanks for posting - diving is something I'll never do - I don't even swim- but it's lovely to hear about it...
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    Crossing fingers and wishing you the best of...

    Crossing fingers and wishing you the best of luck, Rob!!
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    Oh, jp, I am so sorry - it's SO hard to lose a...

    Oh, jp, I am so sorry - it's SO hard to lose a fur-baby...
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