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Old 11-04-2015, 09:01 PM   #46649
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Ohms for our puppy, please. Mary took her in for her four month checkup. We noticed a few days ago the she was tender and yelped a few times when she was picked up. When the vet examined her, she noticed the same thing, as well as a dent in her chest where her sternum is. They took X-rays, and her sternum has a congenital malformation, and is tipped upwards toward her heart and lungs instead of down/level with the ground. Right now her heart and lungs are OK, but we will have to keep an eye on her.

Ohms, too, please, for Mary and our son. Mary got laid off September 1, and our son got laid off today. As much as I complain about w&#k sometimes, I appreciate having a job.

We have saved up our KOA rewards and this will be our last weekend camping until Spring. Boo hoo😥

Many ohms for you all......



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Ohms for our puppy, please. Mary took her in for her four month checkup. We noticed a few days ago the she was tender and yelped a few times when she was picked up. When the vet examined her, she noticed the same thing, as well as a dent in her chest where her sternum is. They took X-rays, and her sternum has a congenital malformation, and is tipped upwards toward her heart and lungs instead of down/level with the ground. Right now her heart and lungs are OK, but we will have to keep an eye on her.

Ohms, too, please, for Mary and our son. Mary got laid off September 1, and our son got laid off today. As much as I complain about w&#k sometimes, I appreciate having a job.

We have saved up our KOA rewards and this will be our last weekend camping until Spring. Boo hoo😥

MANY OHmmmmsss for all of you...
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Old 11-04-2015, 09:23 PM   #46651
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Elizabeth and Mary.
Many Ommms and much positive energy headed your way and to the little fur face. Such a cutie.

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Old 11-04-2015, 10:20 PM   #46652
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Good morning mutants!

Not much to say today. Doc tomorrow... not sure what today holds just yet. Still need to do something about a March location.

So Wayne - where did you stay in Sedona? I see there is a landscape photographer there that does private sessions. And only about a million other things to see and do.
We did not stay in Sedona, we stayed at the KOA in Flagstaff. There may be other CG's in the area but the people we were traveling with wanted to stay at the KOA. Sites are not level, except for some.

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Fellow Mutants, we're busy loading,unloading and reloading our Rainbow Rider and Pat has gone critical. Where can she store wine by the case and our quite extensive selection of spirits. Obviously the basement springs to mind but I'm wondering about temperature and humidity in there. Does it stay pretty steady or does it go up and down with the weather.
Any input would be very much appreciated. This is important stuff.

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Barry, we keep our wine costs down to $10 and under a bottle, so why care.

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AHHHHH! 90* and Sunny in Polk City, FL. We plopped our jacks down at Mt. Olive Shores North for the next week. This is one of "those places" where you raise your pinky finger as you drink sip your tea. :roll eyes:

Still...it is a pretty nice place as a guest for a week and they aren't even pushy about being pitched to buy a lot. Pretty nice.

We have some family to visit. First is Sandee's brother who flew all the way from IL just to visit us...LOL...actually he had a business trip to Sarasota so we are going to have lunch tomorrow near the Tampa airport before he and his wife fly back. Pretty cool still. The other is that I have an aunt I haven't seen in 4 decades and a couple first cousins too.

Just got back from a long walk around the place with Sandee and Zeus. Still 80* at 7:30 but dark. Tomorrow looks good but the next few days have chances of rain each day...it's FLORIDA! LOL

So....it is nice to land in a place like this
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I'm sure I'm speaking for all of us in saying we hope the report is favorable.

Folks i pulled a few strings and I was able to get a glimps of Steve's last Dr's visit.

Dr; Steve your overweight you need to go on a diet!

Steve; Well doc no offense but I'd like a second opinion.

Dr; Well ok, your fat and ugly too!
Tim, that was real bad. You should always pay someone a compliment. Steve, for a fat person you don't sweat to much. See Tim - compliments, not ugly remarks like you made at Steve. Sheesh!

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Ohms for our puppy, please. Mary took her in for her four month checkup. We noticed a few days ago the she was tender and yelped a few times when she was picked up. When the vet examined her, she noticed the same thing, as well as a dent in her chest where her sternum is. They took X-rays, and her sternum has a congenital malformation, and is tipped upwards toward her heart and lungs instead of down/level with the ground. Right now her heart and lungs are OK, but we will have to keep an eye on her.

Ohms, too, please, for Mary and our son. Mary got laid off September 1, and our son got laid off today. As much as I complain about w&#k sometimes, I appreciate having a job.

We have saved up our KOA rewards and this will be our last weekend camping until Spring. Boo hoo😥
Such sad news. Ohhmmmss are being sent your way.
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Ohms for our puppy, please. Mary took her in for her four month checkup. We noticed a few days ago the she was tender and yelped a few times when she was picked up. When the vet examined her, she noticed the same thing, as well as a dent in her chest where her sternum is. They took X-rays, and her sternum has a congenital malformation, and is tipped upwards toward her heart and lungs instead of down/level with the ground. Right now her heart and lungs are OK, but we will have to keep an eye on her.

Ohms, too, please, for Mary and our son. Mary got laid off September 1, and our son got laid off today. As much as I complain about w&#k sometimes, I appreciate having a job.

We have saved up our KOA rewards and this will be our last weekend camping until Spring. Boo hoo😥

Ommms for the whole fambly, puppy and all! That w@%#k thing has its uses, income being only one, and I wish both Mary and your son a speedy access to more of it. Perhaps a change of direction is in the cards, something unexpected ... and good. More ommms for puppy. Too sweet to be in pain or danger!
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We have been engaged for 4 yrs and she has a big rock on her hand. But not a dimond. She don't like them. So i got her a ruby.
What a gem! When you two gonna make it legal? I need ta know so I can plan to get there if the mutant family is invited( no hotel bills! we bring food...and provide party atmosphere, surely someone of our mutants is qualified to make the matrimony bond....)
OK, enough from me, won't mention it again for ~ half a year. And remember, I look like this at weddings...( well, ok, that was 60 some pounds ago... but you get the drift...)
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Old 11-04-2015, 10:52 PM   #46655
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What a gem! When you two gonna make it legal? I need ta know so I can plan to get there if the mutant family is invited( no hotel bills! we bring food...and provide party atmosphere, surely someone of our mutants is qualified to make the matrimony bond....)
OK, enough from me, won't mention it again for ~ half a year. And remember, I look like this at weddings...( well, ok, that was 60 some pounds ago... but you get the drift...)

An unofficial official RV Mutant Matrimonial Bonding Ceremony. Hmmmm.....I think something can be contrived by the RVM Improv Ministry.
Perhaps an opportunity for a gathering?
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Liz and Mary, as stated the RVM Ohms Generator is at full steam. I added double turbo boost today!
Really, best wishes
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Barry, you have been provided many interesting solutions to your wino issues.
I suggest gettin yer sefs to a Grand Curiosity. Just one tasting session should do it. With bacon, of course.
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Wishing you good luck tomorrow buddy, I've got the oooooommmmsssss generator running already.

Good Luck !!!

X2 that, Bro. No pics please. A good report please!
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Awww. Prayers fer puppy. I hope they can figure out a way to keep puppy vital organs safe and pain free.
About the job stuffs, answers will come. Just keep eyes open so you don't miss them.
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Scam warning! Yesterday my finger accidentally landed on some ad while Sena was using me as a tree. An odd gray stripe popped up to say that my Apple device had been infected with a virus and everything but my life was now vulnerable. There was an 800# for Apple customer service that I MUST call IMMEDIATELY! I could not get the stripe to go away.



Suspicious, I goggled the number on my old iPad and read that this is a scam. The operator who answers requests your credit card information before any information can be given.



The only fix to get the gray stripe to go away is to reboot and then clear your browser history and cookies. Be careful!

Good catch Sis!
My history and a sundry of patries are cleared each time I close my browser.
The threat you averted is simply WOWSER.
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It was karaoke night at the Tucson Estates AmVets tonight. My versions of Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper, Bobby Darin, and Kermit The Frog were roundly reviled.
Hope I spelled that right.
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Well Dwayne... find another that size and it just might be enough to make your woman a ring... then go to Arkansas and hunt for a diamond to stick in it... you know the rest of the drill... one knee, that question, the for better or worse promises....
Since she doesn't want a diamond, you could come to an area near us and dig for a star garnet to add to that beauty! It's near Clarkia Idaho.
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