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Would like to comment on Valerie idea. » Post #2

Fri Jan 20, 2017 10:21 in General Talk

I just don't understand why it should be complicated.

I suggested the payment proof forum be locked and it has worked out great.

I have thought about suggesting the support forums be locked to administration and moderators only, for years.
Reality is, I have always found it odd that it is open to members. It has gotten a lot worse over the years. Much
much worse. There is a ton of mis information going through the support forums and even from members that
have been here for years. It is not that everyone means to post mis information but many do without realizing
they are.

There is a lot of problems and even what members in general do not see, in regards to the support forums
allowing everyone to post.

This is not to say that members here are not knowledgable.

Anyway, I locked the feature request post already concerning my request for that feature.
If admin thinks it is a good idea, they will lock it and if not they won't.

Penny Challenge » Post #2

Thu Jan 19, 2017 23:50 in General Talk

Where do I get the penny?

Favorite Beatle » Post #18

Thu Jan 19, 2017 18:48 in General Talk

mappo710 wrote: Come on , Valerie . "Poo Poo " . What are you a Kindergarten teacher here and we are your 4 year old students , Give a break !


No, just you are in kindergarten. The K is not capitalized within a sentence, by the way.

Poo poo poo poo poo poo poo poo

I'm so bummed out. Kittens gotta go » Post #10

Thu Jan 19, 2017 14:41 in General Talk

Yes that is a mouthful dutch. It really really hurts when a pet is the same as family, if not more so
and they pass away.

It's a selfish emotion, however. That is the way I look at it. Sort of like the 'better to have loved
than to never loved at all'.

I'm so bummed out. Kittens gotta go » Post #6

Thu Jan 19, 2017 10:40 in General Talk

I don't have a hard case or I would send it to you.
Do what I do, use a thick cardboard box.

For feral cats, that is what they would probably need for transport.

I put Miss Lucy in a semi hard case after she had delivery of her kittens and she tore that
case to pieces before I could even get it to the truck. I was shocked because it was a very
cute heavy duty carrier. She shredded it, got out, ran for her life. :lol: I then put her in a
rather thick cardboard box and that did work. She couldn't get out of the cardboard.

Well, I don't know what else to tell you. Either allow them to run around outside and feed
them when you have the food to feed them or locate a shelter that is a no kill shelter.

The problem with keeping them, you are contributing to the over population without having
them fixed. One cat can result in thousands of offspring. One cat can have say six kittens
and those six kittens each have six kittens and those.....and so on.

THIS IS the problem. Find a no kill shelter.

Favorite Beatle » Post #15

Wed Jan 18, 2017 20:23 in General Talk

Yellow Submarine was not a favorite of mine. I listed my favorites from the 60's.

Home Insurance-Venting » Post #11

Wed Jan 18, 2017 14:04 in General Talk

Most people tend to think that cinder does not burn and for the most part they are right.

However, cinder can become blacken and even weak. This is why it is never a good idea
to build on the same foundation in which there was a severe fire previously.

You've seen cracked cinder blocks, haven't you? Cinder blocks will crack and bust and
even some times explode.

I recall way back in the 70's friends of mine married and built a cinder block house. It
was just a square of a house and it was above ground. Walking inside, was the living
room, off to the left was a bedroom and thru the bedroom was a bathroom. Off from
the living room was the kitchen. That was it. There was no inside walls. No wood.
I don't remember the floors but pretty sure it was just a concrete floor. They probably
laid the concrete pad first and then built the blocks on top of it. The point however is,
it would sweat. My friends name was Patty and she would complain all the time about
the place sweating. I suppose the flooring if it was a concrete pad and I am sure it
must have been, probably had a lot to do with the sweat issue. It really got so bad
they couldn't live in it any more and moved into a rented mobile home. I can recall
placing my hand on the walls.....the cinder block, and it feeling cool and damp.

So I would GUESS that cinder contains at least some amount of moisture or retains
some moisture. Just like basements can mildew items without proper ventilation.

I even keep a dehumidifier in my guest house because it has a concrete pad and if
I don't keep it on in the summer, moisture will accumulate and can result in mildew.
There is some windows but it is so hot here in the summer, it's better to keep the
windows closed and run the dehumidifier. I go over from time to time and turn the
air conditioner on for awhile too.

Many people build basement houses and have wood structure on the inside. If
there is a fire, that wood burns which results in damage to the cinder even more
so than if there was no walls. It can also result in cave in because the walls are
a huge aid in holding the cinder blocks in place too. You ever visit an area where
a house that was all brick or cinder burnt up and all that is there is a rubble?

So don't be fooled about that and insurance companies know that cinder is not
a prevention measure. It can be destroyed by fire too, just not in the same way.

I'm so bummed out. Kittens gotta go » Post #3

Wed Jan 18, 2017 13:40 in General Talk

Dry cat food, that is. I buy the large bags of Special Kitty Gourmet blend cat food.

I'm so bummed out. Kittens gotta go » Post #2

Wed Jan 18, 2017 13:37 in General Talk

It's a very huge problem, no doubt about it.

People won't spend the money to 'fix' their cats from making babies.

If vets would at least offer free neutering for male cats, it would help tremendously.
You know, have a day or two each month set just for that. It would also make for
a good training for vet students to have them do it a few days a month.

I won't ever have another inside cat. I have most my life but when Mr Kitty is gone,
I will no longer have a cat inside. I don't want to fool with the cat litter any more,
cat litter bags, cat litter container, can cat food, etc.

In reality, outside cats are not expensive. An adult cat is really only suppose to be
fed once a day. I feed the 3 outside cats, three times a day. They get the Special
Kitty cat food. It's cheap but it has all the necessary nutrients and they like it. In
the mornings they each get a little pile of the food, in the mid afternoon again they
each get a little pile of food, and then at night around 9 0r 10 pm I feed them again
each a little pile of food. They hunt and get mice and other outdoor critters including
small snakes.

Of course, I am in the country so people that live in a city have it differently. Many
cats in a city get run over and that sort of thing.

You could look for a no kill shelter and drop them off.

Favorite Beatle » Post #12

Wed Jan 18, 2017 10:49 in General Talk

I wouldn't call anyone hater simply because they don't like the Beatles or don't like their music.

I am not real fond of their music myself. I am more of a Rolling Stones person.

However, I sure wouldn't say the Beatles are over rated.

When I was about 7 years old, my older sisters birthday, we both received a transistor radio.
It was the year the Beatles came to America for the first time. To say they made a major
impact on America and the world, would be an under statement.

My favorite songs by the Beatles are their first songs. The songs from way back in the 60's.
Some of my favorite songs by the Beatles in the 60's:

Hey Jude
Yesterday
Come Together
All My Loving
Lady Madonna
Revolution
And I love Her
Love Me Do

All of those are from the 60's and out of those favorites I would have to say that 'Yesterday'
is my absolute favorite.

Tattoos anyone? » Post #29

Wed Jan 18, 2017 10:34 in General Talk

I don't really regret it but if I had sense I would not have done it and if I had it to do over,
I wouldn't do it. One thing I have always been happy about is the area where I have it.

Yes they can be removed but it does leave scarring.

There is also other things that may be good and may be bad, depending on your way
of thinking.

Identification purposes.

Many years ago I recall, a fellow I went to high school with that was burned in a car.
It wasn't his car and they did not know who he was. Even tho his body was burnt
as bad as a body can be, his tattoo was identifiable which in turn, resulted in identifying
his body.

Tattoos anyone? » Post #26

Wed Jan 18, 2017 09:42 in General Talk

Well I'll just say the good book says not to do stuff to your body because it is the house, ya know
and you know whom the house was designed by and after.

Favorite Beatle » Post #10

Wed Jan 18, 2017 09:37 in General Talk

I've got pieces of April, I keep them in a memory bouquet
I've got pieces of April, but it's a morning in May

la la la la laaaa las laaa

:mrgreen:

You must be very young lytt. I think that song came out in the 70's when I was in my teens.

Robot arms » Post #6

Wed Jan 18, 2017 01:24 in General Talk

I know, it's a booger.

When I built my house, I understood the codes incorrectly. I thought I had to have umpteen
outlets in every room. We ran the wiring and I actually was the one to crawl over the rafters
in the attic and run the internet cable down the wall. It was in the summer and hotter than
blazes.

Kind of funny tho because if I ever need to plug in anything, I don't have to look for an outlet!
There's several on every wall. :mrgreen:

PS. I ran the internet cable down the wall because the den is thick concrete flooring. It was
easier to run it down the wall and then out into the den, than drilling through thick concrete.

Robot arms » Post #4

Wed Jan 18, 2017 01:06 in General Talk

Well you may be amazed at what the future holds.

It looks like the day of sewing machines is near the end, in regards to manufacturing.

Now they are using printers to print out clothing. They displayed a sweater that was
printed out, smooth, no seams at all.

So who knows what life will be a few years down the road. I think it would be hard
to imagine what it will be like 500 years from now.

Favorite Beatle » Post #1

Wed Jan 18, 2017 01:02 in General Talk

Do you have a favorite Beatle?

For me, it is difficult to choose one.

I think John was very earthy and inspirational. I also think he was probably the best song writer.

Paul had the cuteness quality and was always out front and center.

George.....well, If I had to choose one to marry, it would've been George.

Ringo.....just goofy but of course, ya gotta have drums.

warning ADS » Post #2

Wed Jan 18, 2017 00:28 in General Talk

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Tattoos anyone? » Post #17

Tue Jan 17, 2017 08:33 in General Talk

seaeagle wrote: Having turned 18 just as AIDS was starting to make its devastating mark on society, I felt no desire at all to take the risk and get a tattoo.

30-odd years later I am still glad I didn't get my skin inked. Tattoos are so commonplace that I feel I have kept my individuality by not having one, and I also know so many people who regret the tattoos they have.

It will be interesting when they go out of fashion again - business will boom in the laser tattoo removal industry.

I'm not so sure it will ever go out of style/fashion.

People have been defacing their bodies since almost the beginning of time.
People have been drawing on their bodies since before Cleopatra. Not just tattoos, ornamental
stuff. Everything from nose piercing to genital piercing to neck rings to those huge things they
put inside their mouths.

To me, it is like 'selfie's'. You ever visit someone's Facebook site and they have photo after photo...
on a daily basis, photo photo photo of themselves? I mean my gosh, I have never in my life realized
how struck people are on themselves. :mrgreen: I've got relatives that do that. I go to their
facebook page and what do I see, selfie's. The thing is, they look exactly the same as they did
ten minutes ago when they posted a selfie.

What I am saying is, there are many people that adorn themselves primarily for attention. Oh
sure, you can say it ain't so but it is in fact so. Flowers grow and seriously why would someone
be so lame to tattoo a flower on their arse......I admit it, it was so dumb of me to do that!

And what about the old days when men would have a scribbled tattoo, nothing colorful, just
stupid stuff like 'MOM' tatted on their arm. :lol:

My father, he had a sexy image of my mother tattooed on his arm and her name 'Barbara'.
Well they weren't married very long so he went his entire life with that sexy figure on his
arm with her name. He remarried and his wife of course and no doubt, got use to seeing
that on his arm.

Why do people put rings in their nose? Do they think it looks pretty? Or is it simply an
attention grabber?

Today they have some very cool tattoos that are NOT permanent. You can put them on and
they last for a long time, even through several showers.

Anyway, I don't know if body art on self is ever going to stop but the good news is, there are
more and more very good but temporary products on the market now.

Tattoos anyone? » Post #9

Mon Jan 16, 2017 15:13 in General Talk

Yeah, now that I am old and dumb, I really wish I hadn't.

I think all the defacing of the body that people do, is dumb and actually when it gets down to it, ugly.

I have my ears pierced twice. Not a big deal as most women have one or two piercing in their ears.
Of course now a days, many look like a flying pin cushion attacked their ears. Even as rudimentary
as that, I wish I hadn't. Sitting here at this moment, I don't have earrings in my ears. Rarely do
I even wear earrings any more. Like .... 'Ohhhh here I go to Walmart, I better put my earrings in'
NOT.

So like why have a tattoo? I have to do a summersault in front of a mirror backwards to even see
my tattoo. What was I thinking? I wasn't thinking. I didn't feel a thing. That was back in the old
Acapulco Gold days. :oops:

Tattoos anyone? » Post #6

Mon Jan 16, 2017 11:30 in General Talk

Way back when I was young and dumb, I went to a big biker party. My friends talked me into
getting a tattoo on my butt. I had it put on the upper area, it kind of goes down the small of
my back to the upper area of my butt. It's flowers.

I can't even see it. :lol:

I think it's a good thing I can't see it. Like I told my friend at the time, (she had her's put
on one breast) she could watch it droop and wilt as she ages. I have no idea where she is
now but I just betcha, she hasn't forgot me saying that every time she looks at it. :lol:
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