Discussion in 'the Bird Room' started by Mikey P, Jun 3, 2017.
I like boxers. Some of them are brindle/ tan like me.
My countries national heratige is almost built upon the dog that protected our country during the plague. New South Whales. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
Identified with Canada only because I was ashamed our country freely elected Tony Blair.
Edit: our shop is beside that pub. You know the one that sells meat pies and fish and chips.
Ed....you couldn't go a whole week before displaying your illness?
Really. Your presumption are unfounded. And I would be sure shit to hell that I would not behave like that bamboon.
but much cuter, the dogs I mean.
Oops, FR-EDS off his meds again.
In the Frank Underwood spirit. Yes I'm guilty of wanting to be the best I can be. Unfortunately life can get in the way of that. Mistakes were made and lessons were learned. But what distinguishes us from the filthy animals is our ability to reason and reflect. Some learn and some don't.
Personality can never be exstingused (except online personsas) but merely adapted or toned down. And life is an adventure. Thank you for making me apart of this. Behaviour is changeable.
And to think the idiots don't even care about the scotchgard. Definitely changing it to 65 per area and 15 extra per area for protection. Idiots. But I guess I'm the idiot for giving it away...not to mention the headache of rinsing out a m3 sprayer each time.
And BTW my M3 sprayer ( bought from JoN Don) kicks ass. Increased productivity. Worked it out to saving 125 h on my TM.
She is my baby. Extropriate that in to hour much per hour your TM makes you per hour. Every hour you don't put on a TM is and hour you can put on your TM to make you money.
I have a hydro force on the truck. But it is the red headed step child. No disrespect to anyone who has red hair or is a step child or Muslim.
Well, there goes my good mood.
I have a copy of the "homemade" sun screen recipe my mother slathered on us as kids.
No spf....we fried. Main ingredient was lanolin.
Back then they didn't know better. And poor kids couldn't afford sunscreen.