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Crazydaizy
For the first six weeks that I had him he was fine....eating all the food he was given and sleeping in the dog house I provided. He even has the whole of my back yard to play in while I'm at work. He gets taken for walks about three or four times a week. Lately he will not eat, will not sleep in his dog house (he won't even enter it for his toys) he is tearing my back yard to shreds and pulling clothes off the clothes line and tearing them up! Why the sudden change in behaviour??He is two years old and I adopted him from a pet rescue pound.
Stewiesimpson
I have two dogs one is a black kinda silky somewhat fury medium dog and she has barely no ticks but my 3 1/2 month old puppy which is a ashy brown and black dog with short silky hair is infested. and no matter how much i use the flea and tick shampoo it doesn't work. Ticks go in his ear and between his toes. What wrong because these dogs are in the same yard, y is one infested and the other isn't? Does their age matter cuz the black one is 1 year and couple months, whats wrong
Daddio
I see it more often than I used to. Have you noticed any Christmas displays or other types of yard decorations using this old time craft?
Chad
With so much advancement in the field of science and technology, and in the field of medicine. Are we better than our ancestors, are we much safer? or is it just the opposite.
Coolinit
It seems to me that people are becoming more and more obsessed with the latest and greatest technology, designed and manufactured to do just about everything for us. Need the lawn mowed, turn on the remote mower. Need a margarita, turn on the blender (I can understand this one). Only 5 minutes to cook a meal? Pop it in the microwave. Televisions, radios (rapidly becoming obsolete), MP3 players, phones, cars, video games and computers… All of them expected to be made faster, smarter and easier to use. Instead of doing something for yourself, buy a machine to do it for you, which brings us back to the question. Are we becoming too dependent on technology?I for one have been using the computer less often these days. Apart from a sore tail bone and a scraped knee, I'm doing just fine on my bicycle after 20 years. It shouldn't be long before I get out on the road and start traveling around town. It may not be as fast, safe or as smart as the modern cars, but I don't have to pay for gas.
Eddie
so now They want MSN Premium membership charges all I do Is play the free games on Aim I stupid or what How does it work? Do I need to be a member and pay membership fees?