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May 23, 2017 18:47:25   #
SQM wrote:

'Nuff sayd...
May 23, 2017 18:43:06   #
vreugy wrote:
Might just do that. Have to learn how to knit like that first though. It would look nice in my wicker babybasket. Thanks for the link.

Oh wow, it's crocheted. I can do that.

Good Fortune...
May 23, 2017 18:42:25   #
SQM wrote:
That doll strongly resembles my ex's baby pics.

Is that good or bad ???
May 23, 2017 18:02:13   #
Carla584167 wrote:
KroSha, I indeed noticed. I'm very bad with remembering titles of movies. I had to argue with my husband about Tom Cruise being in disguise in Tropic Thunder. He wouldn't acknowledge it until the end when he read the listings. Do have to admit that the movie industry did a fantastic job with his makeup. When I first seen him in his role, I recognized his features but couldn't put my finger on who it was. Took me about a 30 minutes into the movie before it came to me. Loved the way he played his character. Actually I think it was one of his best roles. :)
KroSha, I indeed noticed. I'm very bad with remem... (show quote)

May 23, 2017 18:00:31   #
run4fittness wrote:
Darn, would not play for me

Hi run4, try the direct YouTube link - - I think it runs a little longer...

Watch "Ancient battle-scarred feral cat meets tiny kittens" on YouTube (2:40)

(Mason the feral rescue cat)
May 23, 2017 17:51:08   #
jmf6406 wrote:
I'm betting the educated ones are VERY well off and hope to benefit from Trumps' "tax reform" and removal of "crippling regulations". (You know, the ones that protect our environment, workplace safety and health.)

Right j - - those DARNED regulations, huh ???

Corporate America has ALWAYS had a problem being ethical: SELF-REGULATION - - self-policing - - has never been THEIR strong suit, and that's WHY regulations eventually crept into the laissez faire free market economy (which has always been the preferred choice of the Republi-CONs) in the FIRST place.

Watch WALL STREET - - "Greed-is-Good" - - the 1% (and SOME others - - say maybe the top 5% - - are willing to continue "feathering their nests", no matter the costs to the rest of us - - and all under the guise of stimulating the economy - - creating jobs !!! YET they DON'T - - IF it WORKED - - WHY isn't it WORKING ??? BECAUSE it DOESN'T!!!

The ones below that arbitrary 5% number (that I just referred to) are often willing to stick with the program because of the Reagan-esque proposed idea of the TRICKLE-DOWN CONCEPT.

But it's an ILLUSION - - it's NEVER worked, it DARNEDNEVER has, it NEVER will - - but as those Republi-CONs below the 5% wait with bated breath for the trickle-down to trickle, those greedy 1% APEX PREDITORS continue raking in THE $$$$$, for nothing touches them.
May 23, 2017 15:34:39   #
DorisAnn wrote:
I said "all dolls" creep me out and always have. I did not critique this creation or it's creator. Everyone to their own taste. I just don't understand why this item is being held up for ridicule when this forum is usually so generous and nice. Why ?

It must be Mass Hypnosis "forcing" so many to believe they don't care for something...
May 23, 2017 14:47:24   #
grama63 wrote:
I'm NOT confused I just hear about these breed of dogs mulling children & adults for no reason at all. I know that it can happen with any breed of dog but it's those breeds that it seems to happen the most.

Pardon me, grama, but do you understand the Quote Reply feature ???

If you will read my post again, you will see that I quoted member "afoster", and was specifically referring to his dog Spencer - - because of what he said about Spencer as a puppy (in his post at the top of this page):

"and the one I have now is supposed to be old English but he looks a little pitty to me"

So, grama, while I'm glad to hear that you don't think you're confused, I was neither addressing you nor trying to determine what state of confusion you ARE or are NOT in.
May 23, 2017 14:26:48   #
Fialka wrote:
Thank you very much for telling this, what we need to know ! I have two adopted dogs from shelter for about 7 years now, so cats don't ever approach our fenced yard !.. But what about dogs ? Can they ever catch any sickness from birds or cats, or small snakes here in abundance ?!?
Thank you very much for telling this, what we need... (show quote)

Wow - - that's a BIGGGGG question.

Most common or outright "diseases", such as colds, the flu and most respiratory infections" aren't trans-species.

But many other "conditions" can be: Parasites (tapeworms, roundworms, etc.), yeasts or fungal infestations (for example: ringworm). Birds and reptiles can pass salmonella. And there's always rabies. Pregnant women should be cautious and concerned about toxoplasmosis from cats, due to its ability to affect fetal development.

Following general personal hygiene & sanitation procedures will obviate most problems. Keeping your dog under leash control and keeping indoor cats will go a long way preventing their coming into contact with problems and contracting stuff to bring home to you.

Paying attention (by way of regular external skin examination and knowing what's usual for YOUR pet) is key when you choose to share your home and life with a critter. If you observe something amiss, THEN is the moment to immediately begin questioning what it could be.

Being pet guardians is a learn-as-you-go experience - - those of us who keep critters do not start out being veterinarians, but pay close attention to your animal(s) AND your vets, and you'll be surprised how intelligent and intuitive you can become over time.
May 23, 2017 13:13:01   #
afoster wrote:
Hard to get good picture because eyes are same color as coat. Took this one on his birthday.

Well, he is a BEAUTY - - and definitely a Pittie.

Some folks get confused about the bully breeds.
May 23, 2017 13:04:06   #
pokieokie wrote:
What specifically is he doing? Not what you read in the highly inflated left leaning hysterical media. What can you find, with sources, is he doing that is so bad? Cutting the EPA, that has been overreaching for years? Making people work for their food stamps and welfare if they are able bodied (oh the horror!)? Negotiating with Saudi Arabia to try to get them to stop funding Islamic terrorists? Getting rid of a health insurance system that is imploding as we speak? Enforcing existing immigrating laws? I can see why he would offend the left lol.
What specifically is he doing? Not what you read ... (show quote)

Well you see, that's the problem - - you enjoy the volley and I don't. Even the evident bias in your question presupposes that your position, your perspective, is correct - - and it isn't, nor is mine. The difference in these two basic philosophies have likely been debated since time immemorial, since debates existed - - you and I aren't going to change anything.
May 23, 2017 12:51:05   #
knittingthyme wrote:
From my perspective oBLAMie should be in jail for illegally spying....but that's just one amongst so many other illegal activities he did...But you never seem to be worried enough to "take him down"...Double standard?

First of all, Thyme, "take him down" wasn't my expression - - that's why I put it in quotes. But as I see it, the "double standard" of which you speak exists on the right-wing conservative side of the legislative aisle - - whose stated intention was to undermine the President at every turn, and such comment was made BEFORE Obama was even sworn into office.

But philosophically, you and I will never be on the same page because I will always believe that President Obama worked very hard to bring us out of the economic morass that King Bush the Second and President Cheney created - - AND he could have done a better job if the RepubliCONs had not declared open warfare on him.
May 23, 2017 12:37:55   #
Moe C wrote:
And what are you going to do then? Start working on Mike Pence?

If I think it's warranted, yes, Moe...
May 23, 2017 12:29:46   #
vreugy wrote:
I think it is adorable and would be proud to own it.

vreugy wrote:
I still think it is adorable and would be proud to own it.

I get it - - you LIKE it...

You can BUY the pattern through the Ravelry link and make one of your very own...
May 23, 2017 12:28:34   #
DorisAnn wrote:
As I said before all dolls creep me out. The work on this doll is amazing.

I do pray the person that designed and created this doll is not reading this. How would you feel if this was your creation? Enough already. I did not think this was that kind of a forum.

What I find perplexing is how some members post a chastisement of others' feelings AFTER they've FREELY shared their own (page 3):

What kind of forum ??? THAT kind ??? It's nearly unanimous how the image of this doll (designed well or not - - and it has been mentioned that the technology is competent) evokes strong feelings of discomfort.
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