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  1. Poll: We always had lots of farm animals, so those...

    We always had lots of farm animals, so those types of questions tend to come up rather quickly when you're out working cows and the bulls decide that the new herd members look mighty fancy! So that...
  2. Poll: Ex. Considering that the last question was about...

    Ex. Considering that the last question was about timing for pregnancy tests, and that I know she would have told me if she thought she was, I figured it was for someone else :P
  3. Poll: Starting VERY early, with discussions of who has...

    Starting VERY early, with discussions of who has what body part, then just kind of kept feeding more information as it came up. My daughter (now 20) has been the go-to source for information for her...
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    Youch, yeah, I didn't surf while preggers :). ...

    Youch, yeah, I didn't surf while preggers :). That's a REALLY nice area - I don't come up that way surfing much (did make a road trip last year and surfed NC, then RI, then Cape Cod, then finally...
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    Poll: Ah, in that case, I would definitely prefer St....

    Ah, in that case, I would definitely prefer St. Augustine!
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    ilmjumper, where are you surfing? I'm in Cocoa...

    ilmjumper, where are you surfing? I'm in Cocoa Beach :P. I can't imagine using my 9' longboard as a SUP but DO like to cruise on the ocean with one when it's flat and no wind. It's fun on the river,...
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    Poll: Either place would be fine - I LOVE St. Augustine...

    Either place would be fine - I LOVE St. Augustine for the beaches, the history, and the vibe. PP would be fine too if the rotation is good. I'd PREFER to be in St. Augustine - you're close to...
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    Yep, that's how we got our latest addition (my...

    Yep, that's how we got our latest addition (my daughter works for animal control). Tenants got evicted and left an 8 wk old pom x ??? in the garage with no food or water. Realtor found her when she...
  9. Thread: LGBT riders?

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    Even in the rodeo world. My cousin is a very...

    Even in the rodeo world. My cousin is a very solid calf roper, and out and has had NO issues for a very long while. All the guys are really proud of him, because he has mad skills, and that's really...
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    I surf, and occasionally SUP. Mostly on the...

    I surf, and occasionally SUP. Mostly on the river at night to see the bioluminescent algae. If your feet are cramping you're most likely gripping with your toes - try lifting your toes slightly off...
  11. And as for the idea that kids used to be smarter...

    And as for the idea that kids used to be smarter - well, I have a PhD, and yet somehow at the age of 3 I was so dumb that I managed to spray shaving cream up my nose and into my sinuses. THAT hurt...
  12. In all fairness, given the way a fruit rollup...

    In all fairness, given the way a fruit rollup looks, this might actually be necessary. Which part of a FRU LOOKS like food? :P
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    VERY true!

    VERY true!
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    OMG, the same type of salesperson just came to my...

    OMG, the same type of salesperson just came to my house, and while I hadn't yet read this thread, my chi cross went NUTS and when the guy stuck his hand in the door to prevent me from closing it, he...
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    I'll give it a chance, although you're right, it...

    I'll give it a chance, although you're right, it WAS slow. I did always wonder how the crisis unfolded, though, so there are some points of interest in that. You gotta KNOW the conspiracy theorists...
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    Haha, I can sympathize, at least. My big...

    Haha, I can sympathize, at least. My big hanoverian was VERY wind reactive, and I used to joke that I flew him like a kite. He wasn't a lot of fun to handle and I spent a lot of time at my barn just...
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    He is going to be a really striking boy - right...

    He is going to be a really striking boy - right now he's just the cutest thing, but there is a very regal cat lurking in there :)
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    Right, exactly. Years doesn't...

    Right, exactly. Years doesn't necessarily=competence. You have to practice competence. My family, btw, trained racehorses, so even though they had some weird horsekeeping ideas, most of them were...
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    Ugh, I'd invest in a small trailer when you can -...

    Ugh, I'd invest in a small trailer when you can - those are so much easier. I am at the point now where I have to get in from the bank, and use my foot to push off (knowing I'm going to get dunked at...
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    I think it's pretty obvious that he's secretly...

    I think it's pretty obvious that he's secretly into you, and just can't express himself well. The fact that he asked you to go on vacation again means that he was just playing hard to get on this...
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    Right, exactly. And one of my goals in this class...

    Right, exactly. And one of my goals in this class is to demystify research. It's a process we use to evaluate ANY situation, even when our only input is our own gut feelings. Especially newer...
  22. As a long-time chihuahua owner, I totally...

    As a long-time chihuahua owner, I totally sympathize with you. My chi's have NEVER had anything other than a pleasant puppy odor, even the 17 year old one, and I attribute that to good food and rabid...
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    I'm really happy with this thread - there are...

    I'm really happy with this thread - there are some solid tips in here - does anyone have any objection if I use some of these in a research class (we're talking about observational research and...
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    And I DO apologize for singling Dungrulla out for...

    And I DO apologize for singling Dungrulla out for this - it was just that her posts recently kind of inspired me to try to put something into words - not that I think she's doing anything wrong!
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    OTOH, that's something I've noticed with...

    OTOH, that's something I've noticed with training, as well. Sometimes my instructor can tell me something 9 ways till Sunday, and I do a clinic, the clinician notices the same thing, and tells me in...
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