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I say let it grow!

First one to get the reference gets a prize that you will covet for like 2 seconds, and I get to keep it.

and to d'name...no, I don't read it much...or at least probably not as much as I should.

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So now we're choosing who gets last post???????

Slick last minute deletes!!!

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

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AZGman wrote:So now we're choosing who gets last post???????

Slick last minute deletes!!!



No, it was being buggy! Should have worked now.

See! This is why we close them!

I'm just hanging out, really.

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cruzer wrote:I say let it grow!

First one to get the reference gets a prize that you will covet for like 2 seconds, and I get to keep it.

and to d'name...no, I don't read it much...or at least probably not as much as I should.




Lorax, but it doesn't count. I googled it.

Screw it, I want my prize anyway!

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dontwantaname wrote:Lorax, but it doesn't count. I googled it.



Way to go! Now nobody (not noone!!!) gets the prize!

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inkycatz wrote:No, it was being buggy! Should have worked now.

See! This is why we close them!



uh huh, sure.

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AZGman wrote:uh huh, sure.


Inky said she was going to close the thread.

I waited for a few minutes and locked the thread blind (I cover the the part of the screen that says who has last post.

I locked the thread. Checked it and it was locked.

Mavyn had last post.



Inky went to lock the thread. She unlocked it. (same button)

Cruzer came and posted .

Then inky and you.

So maybe mavyn and you have last post.

WE LURV YOU TOO! Dork!!!
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I knew. Saw the Lorax with the kids. It was mediocre--not a bad movie, just not great. Think I laughed twice, don't recall hearing either kidling giggle.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

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dontwantaname wrote:Inky said she was going to close the thread.

I waited for a few minutes and locked the thread blind (I cover the the part of the screen that says who has last post.

I locked the thread. Checked it and it was locked.

Mavyn had last post.



Inky went to lock the thread. She unlocked it. (same button)

Cruzer came and posted .

Then inky and you.

So maybe mavyn and you have last post.



Just couldn't keep your fingers out of the pie . . . UH-gin!!!!


//snerk

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AZGman wrote:Just couldn't keep your fingers out of the pie . . . UH-gin!!!!


//snerk



I locked it first!

WE LURV YOU TOO! Dork!!!
No greater love is lost than that not shared.

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Mavyn wrote:I knew. Saw the Lorax with the kids. It was mediocre--not a bad movie, just not great. Think I laughed twice, don't recall hearing either kidling giggle.



That is prolly the only Seuss book I never read. (Well, I can't recall ever having read it.) [CRS!]

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dontwantaname wrote:I locked it first!



She said she was going to; why butt in???

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AZGman wrote:That is prolly the only Seuss book I never read. (Well, I can't recall ever having read it.) [CRS!]



It was one of the long ones. I must have read it, but not over and over again.

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AZGman wrote:That is prolly the only Seuss book I never read. (Well, I can't recall ever having read it.) [CRS!]



I've read it...the movie and the book aren't that similar. Art-style, yes, the rest...Meh. Betty White is awesome as the Granny, though.

A few years back, Kohl's had a promotion--buy a plush Lorax and they'd donate books to schools. So, I have a plush Lorax. The youngest kidling didn't approve of his eyebrows.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

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Why is the cement truck, that just delivered the cement for a new driveway across the street, backing up down the street?
A residential street that really isn't wide enough for two cars to pass when people are parked on both sides.
He squeezed between two of the contractors trucks.
If he went straight, he can get to the same main road in a block or two.


Ugh...My mom found out one of the step grandkids got married and didn't invite her.
They were living together for years and invited a few people. Some aunts and uncles, not all.
Not even all the siblings. No grandparents.
The granddaughter was always weird.
My mom was married to her real grandfather since she was a infant, so it isn't like she remembers another grandmother. Both grandparents were widowed.
The mom (sister in law) did not agree with cutting grandparents and aunts and uncles out.

Mom is having a fit.

Now it is mom's 90th birthday in May.
The sister in law who's daughter got married wants a big party.

Nobody has a house big enough.

Nobody wants to pay for that many people to go out. (50+ people)

Sister in law actually thought we should go to my mother s house. Yeah right. That is a good party, having a billion people over.

//sigh

We should all just take her out to eat in small groups. That way she would get 3 to 5 meals out of it.

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dontwantaname wrote:It was one of the long ones. I must have read it, but not over and over again.



Just googled it - first printed in 1971 - prolly why I never read it.

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Good idea

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dontwantaname wrote:
My mom was married to her real grandfather since she was a infant, so it isn't like she remembers another grandmother. Both grandparents were widowed.
The mom (sister in law) did not agree with cutting grandparents and aunts and uncles out.



do you mean your stepsister?

i'm still trying to parse this post to figger out if there was any incest involved!

AZGman


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dontwantaname wrote:

Ugh...My mom found out one of the step grandkids got married and didn't invite her.
They were living together for years and invited a few people. Some aunts and uncles, not all.
Not even all the siblings. No grandparents.
The granddaughter was always weird.
My mom was married to her real grandfather since she was a infant, so it isn't like she remembers another grandmother. Both grandparents were widowed.
The mom (sister in law) did not agree with cutting grandparents and aunts and uncles out.

Mom is having a fit.

Now it is mom's 90th birthday in May.
The sister in law who's daughter got married wants a big party.

Nobody has a house big enough.

Nobody wants to pay for that many people to go out. (50+ people)

Sister in law actually thought we should go to my mother s house. Yeah right. That is a good party, having a billion people over.

//sigh

We should all just take her out to eat in small groups. That way she would get 3 to 5 meals out of it.



Dramma familiare del genere!

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Oooooh, nice clean thread!

Dname, I lock from the first post. That way, I can't see who is posting.

Cat is itchy and chewing the fur off his legs. Will be hunting up new shampoo and other treatments today. It's not fleas. Looks like another cat bath.

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ThunderThighs wrote:Oooooh, nice clean thread!

Dname, I lock from the first post. That way, I can't see who is posting.

Cat is itchy and chewing the fur off his legs. Will be hunting up new shampoo and other treatments today. It's not fleas. Looks like another cat bath.



I lock from the first post too. If I log on and go to ebw, you can see who has last post.

I should just leave the window on the Would you like to take a survey?.

WE LURV YOU TOO! Dork!!!
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ThunderThighs wrote:Oooooh, nice clean thread!

Dname, I lock from the first post. That way, I can't see who is posting.

Cat is itchy and chewing the fur off his legs. Will be hunting up new shampoo and other treatments today. It's not fleas. Looks like another cat bath.



Might be allergies. Cat prior to The Intern had allergies and she did the same thing. Fortunately my vet at the time was aces in figuring it out so I didn't have to pay lots of money to run a million tests.

All we did was switch food.

Oh here we go, you might want to ask your vet about getting a sample of Hill's. (I had to look up what it was called so I just pasted the description too.)
Hill’s Prescription Diet d/d Cat Food

The nutritional formulation of Prescription Diet d/d cat food includes enhanced levels of Omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants, which have been shown to be useful for pets with a variety of inflammatory skin conditions that are often associated with excessive itching, scratching and licking. Food allergy and intolerance may result in numerous skin and stomach problems that can cause discomfort and pain in your cat. This condition, also known as an adverse reaction to food, is usually an abnormal response to the protein found in many pet foods. Prescription Diet d/d comes with novel protein sources (new to your cat) to help manage adverse reactions to food. Commonly, reactions occur as a result of beef, dairy products and wheat. d/d Feline foods contain none of these allergens.

I'm just hanging out, really.

cruzer


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inkycatz wrote:Might be allergies. Cat prior to The Intern had allergies and she did the same thing. Fortunately my vet at the time was aces in figuring it out so I didn't have to pay lots of money to run a million tests.

All we did was switch food.

Oh here we go, you might want to ask your vet about getting a sample of Hill's. (I had to look up what it was called so I just pasted the description too.)
Hill’s Prescription Diet d/d Cat Food

The nutritional formulation of Prescription Diet d/d cat food includes enhanced levels of Omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants, which have been shown to be useful for pets with a variety of inflammatory skin conditions that are often associated with excessive itching, scratching and licking. Food allergy and intolerance may result in numerous skin and stomach problems that can cause discomfort and pain in your cat. This condition, also known as an adverse reaction to food, is usually an abnormal response to the protein found in many pet foods. Prescription Diet d/d comes with novel protein sources (new to your cat) to help manage adverse reactions to food. Commonly, reactions occur as a result of beef, dairy products and wheat. d/d Feline foods contain none of these allergens.



Mackenzie has allergies too. Switching foods didn't help. She gets benadryl almost daily now.

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inkycatz wrote:Might be allergies. Cat prior to The Intern had allergies and she did the same thing. Fortunately my vet at the time was aces in figuring it out so I didn't have to pay lots of money to run a million tests.

All we did was switch food.

Oh here we go, you might want to ask your vet about getting a sample of Hill's. (I had to look up what it was called so I just pasted the description too.)
Hill’s Prescription Diet d/d Cat Food

The nutritional formulation of Prescription Diet d/d cat food includes enhanced levels of Omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants, which have been shown to be useful for pets with a variety of inflammatory skin conditions that are often associated with excessive itching, scratching and licking. Food allergy and intolerance may result in numerous skin and stomach problems that can cause discomfort and pain in your cat. This condition, also known as an adverse reaction to food, is usually an abnormal response to the protein found in many pet foods. Prescription Diet d/d comes with novel protein sources (new to your cat) to help manage adverse reactions to food. Commonly, reactions occur as a result of beef, dairy products and wheat. d/d Feline foods contain none of these allergens.

There's been no change in his food since he arrived here 8 months ago so I'm ruling out food for the moment (but not entirely). He's been going out some now and it's spring so I am thinking allergies. Going for a soothing shampoo and some supplements to see if that helps.

I sure wish I could pop the cat (a benedryl) but they're so different than dogs.

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I think both my cats have food allergies. :/ Maggie's been itchier, and lost some hair on her tummy, but was only bad for a little while and seems to have cleared up. Puck has no teeth, and I went through a TON of different foods before finding a dry food that he'll eat. I tried wet, but couldn't manage to get enough in to him to avoid weight loss.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

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Hello, it was m-i-l day. Now waiting for the bank to call. Made a withdrawal for the trip, got home, counted it, 800 too much.

Some days are a total waste of makeup.

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Afternoon, folks.

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

AZGman


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dontwantaname wrote:I lock from the first post too. If I log on and go to e b w, I can see who has last post.

I should just leave the window on the Would you like to take a survey?.



Too many eager beavers in here.

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Almost forgot - Congratulations on last post, Mayvn.

Some days are a total waste of makeup.

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AZGman wrote:Too many eager beavers in here.



i like beaver.

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no1 wrote:i like beaver.



//smack//

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later.

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cruzer wrote:Mackenzie has allergies too. Switching foods didn't help. She gets benadryl almost daily now.



Rusty is on z/d ultra, which is the most allergen free prescription food.

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Good luck with the cat. Crap I have to take some allergy pills, I was supposed to start 3 days ago. Going to see my mom was a lot easier before she got Precious (her cat).

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I have some hope that the sinus surgery will reduce my need for allergy pills. I have been on a daily dose for more than a decade.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

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Cat is bathed.... and pissed. Had to make sure he soaked in the Oatmeal & Aloe bath for a good bit of time and then rinsed him for a really long time. Then sprayed his legs with some anti-itch stuff.

Also bought some cat treats that have omega stuff in them to help with skin & coat.

Now we wait.

Going out to BBQ place with bro and some of his coworkers to listen to a band. BBL

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ThunderThighs wrote:Cat is bathed.... and pissed. Had to make sure he soaked in the Oatmeal & Aloe bath for a good bit of time and then rinsed him for a really long time. Then sprayed his legs with some anti-itch stuff.

Also bought some cat treats that have omega stuff in them to help with skin & coat.

Now we wait.

Going out to BBQ place with bro and some of his coworkers to listen to a band. BBL



It could be food allergies

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Mavyn wrote:I have some hope that the sinus surgery will reduce my need for allergy pills. I have been on a daily dose for more than a decade.

I wouldn't count on it. Did nothing for mine.

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dontwantaname wrote:It could be food allergies


Not discounting it but want to try other remedies before switching his diet up. Just got him settled on stuff he likes over here a few months ago.

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evenin', folks.

Grumpy 'til the day I die.
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