Lynnzoi


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bluebledthesea wrote:

Dad called, he wants me to come over and help him cut the dog's nails. Yea... strange request... but Wes hates it. It takes two full grown men to restrain a 20 pound dog well enough so that he doesn't hurt himself.



he has you trained well

terrybatey


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FenStar wrote: Wait, is someone other than KT mad at me?


I didn't mean that...just that the other people on here seem to agree with KTs Twit LIst ...so at some point you must have annoyed them in some way...I do agree with Joe though you are getting more attention from KT now that you're on her list...not directly but still attention.

FenStar


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terrybatey wrote:I didn't mean that...just that the other people on here seem to agree with KTs Twit LIst ...so at some point you must have annoyed them in some way...I do agree with Joe though you are getting more attention from KT now that you're on her list...not directly but still attention.

Well, I can be a little anoying, but I don't think I'm ever rude.

Still single, can't imagine why.

terrybatey


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Lynnzoi wrote:

he has you trained well


You're right, they are our masters. You in for any bad weather today?

Lynnzoi


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terrybatey wrote:
You're right, they are our masters. You in for any bad weather today?



nope...sposed to stay just south of here yay

terrybatey


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Lynnzoi wrote:

nope...sposed to stay just south of here yay


that's good...you deserve a break in the weather...hubby done his conference calls...yeeaahhh...be back on later

bluebledthesea


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Lynnzoi wrote:

he has you trained well



Hehe, this is true.

FenStar


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Well, I suppose I should work on homework...

Still single, can't imagine why.

Lynnzoi


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FenStar wrote:Well, I suppose I should work on homework...



yes...yes you should

Lynnzoi


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bluebledthesea wrote:

Hehe, this is true.



have you ever tried the 'less-is-more" approach? Stand him up on a table or counter then clip nails w/o picking up his feet?

bluebledthesea


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Lynnzoi wrote:

have you ever tried the 'less-is-more" approach? Stand him up on a table or counter then clip nails w/o picking up his feet?



I guess we could try putting him up on a table. Usually he takes off and hides as soon as he sees us approaching, which is why I end up giving him a bear hug and talking to him while dad trims...

Lynnzoi


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bluebledthesea wrote:

I guess we could try putting him up on a table. Usually he takes off and hides as soon as he sees us approaching, which is why I end up giving him a bear hug and talking to him while dad trims...



lol....yes...nail clippers...the universal 'anti-dog device'

mine play that game when they see them too....but once I get 'em they just lay on the floor and let me clip

pooflady


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FenStar wrote:Rechargeable ones will last longer than regular AA batteries.
Lithium Ion ones will last longer than rechargeable ones.
In the long run rechargeable ones are the cheapest, followed by Lithium Ion ones.
But, rechargeable ones will die if not taken care of properly and can be a hassle.
For you I recommend Lithium Ion ones.



Thanks, Fen, PM

BTW, did everyone notice there's no misspellings and the punctuation is almost compleely correct in the above post?



When I was a kid I wanted to be older, this CRAP is NOT what I expected.

FenStar


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bluebledthesea wrote:I guess we could try putting him up on a table. Usually he takes off and hides as soon as he sees us approaching, which is why I end up giving him a bear hug and talking to him while dad trims...

I heard you can use a dremmel, but it sounds a little crazy. Also it was my dad who told me this, So it's most likley wrong.

Still single, can't imagine why.

FenStar


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pooflady wrote:

Thanks, Fen, PM

BTW, did everyone notice there's no misspellings and the punctuation is almost compleely correct in the above post?
Still single, can't imagine why.

bluebledthesea


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FenStar wrote: I heard you can use a dremmel, but it sounds a little crazy. Also it was my dad who told me this, So it's most likley wrong.



Holy crap, your dad is either crazy or just screwing with you.

Lynnzoi


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FenStar wrote: I heard you can use a dremmel, but it sounds a little crazy. Also it was my dad who told me this, So it's most likley wrong.



nope - he's right. Most dog show folks use a dremel. I used to go to a house and do 15 dogs (chihuahuas and papillons) every 2 weeks....used the dremel on them. Works great, gives a nice, neat foot. I don't do it with the boys since I don't trim out their feet - and if ya catch that long hair in the dremel there's hell to pay!

bluebledthesea


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Lynnzoi wrote:

nope - he's right. Most dog show folks use a dremel. I used to go to a house and do 15 dogs (chihuahuas and papillons) every 2 weeks....used the dremel on them. Works great, gives a nice, neat foot. I don't do it with the boys since I don't trim out their feet - and if ya catch that long hair in the dremel there's hell to pay!



I guess it's because I've only used dremels for trimming METAL.

Lynnzoi


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bluebledthesea wrote:

I guess it's because I've only used dremels for trimming METAL.



well see! learned ya somethin new today!

FenStar


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pooflady wrote:

Thanks, Fen, PM

BTW, did everyone notice there's no misspellings and the punctuation is almost compleely correct in the above post?

Returned.

Still single, can't imagine why.

czardastx


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y'all let me know when you're done. I hate the sound nail clippers make. Gives me the
creeps.


The secret to a happy marriage is to split everything 50/50. My wife gets the big half and I get the little half. - Chief Buffalo Nickel

bluebledthesea


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Does anyone know where I can get, like an elastic caro net, or what they replace truck tail gates with or something? Seen anything like this at Sears or Wally World?

I want to make a barrier in my trunk to protect my subwoofer from stuff, like golf bags and groceries.

Lynnzoi


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czardastx wrote:y'all let me know when you're done. I hate the sound nail clippers make. Gives me the
creeps.



so I take it you don't trim yer purries nails?

FenStar


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bluebledthesea wrote:Does anyone know where I can get, like an elastic caro net, or what they replace truck tail gates with or something? Seen anything like this at Sears or Wally World?

I want to make a barrier in my trunk to protect my subwoofer from stuff, like golf bags and groceries.

I think I got one at the dollar tree.

Still single, can't imagine why.

bluebledthesea


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Lynnzoi wrote:

so I take it you don't trim yer purries nails?



From his daffy pics, it looks like he doesn't trim his own.

bluebledthesea


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FenStar wrote: I think I got one at the dollar tree.



Thanks Fen... I'm gonna head into town, see what I can find. Later all.

FenStar


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bluebledthesea wrote:Thanks Fen... I'm gonna head into town, see what I can find. Later all.

Yea, that was a wile ago, and it wasn't to big, but for a dollar it's worth a try.

Still single, can't imagine why.

Lynnzoi


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bluebledthesea wrote:Does anyone know where I can get, like an elastic caro net, or what they replace truck tail gates with or something? Seen anything like this at Sears or Wally World?

I want to make a barrier in my trunk to protect my subwoofer from stuff, like golf bags and groceries.



them stretchy nets might not work...might be too stretchy in the event of a quick stop....then BAM!

FenStar


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Lynnzoi wrote:them stretchy nets might not work...might be too stretchy in the event of a quick stop....then BAM!

You could just make your own...

Still single, can't imagine why.

bluebledthesea


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Lynnzoi wrote:

them stretchy nets might not work...might be too stretchy in the event of a quick stop....then BAM!



I was hoping to stretch it tight enough that it would be good enough. I mean, I'm not going to build a brick wall back there... And I've been driving around without any sort of barrier, so it's gotta be better than nothing. I figured it would look kinda cool too, heh. ;)

FenStar


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FenStar wrote:You could just make your own...

Basic Netmaking

Still single, can't imagine why.

bluebledthesea


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FenStar wrote:Basic Netmaking



Damn hippie, I don't have that kind of time.

FenStar


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bluebledthesea wrote:Damn hippie, I don't have that kind of time.

Lol!

Still single, can't imagine why.

FenStar


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Where did poof go?

Still single, can't imagine why.

pblgov


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FenStar wrote:Where did poof go?


it's all in the name
she disappeared

Uncorked


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bluebledthesea wrote:Does anyone know where I can get, like an elastic caro net, or what they replace truck tail gates with or something? Seen anything like this at Sears or Wally World?

I want to make a barrier in my trunk to protect my subwoofer from stuff, like golf bags and groceries.


If you've still got room in your trunk, your subwoofer isn't big enough

Domestic Zymologist since 1980

pblgov


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Uncorked wrote:
If you've still got room in your trunk, your subwoofer isn't big enough


lmao

czardastx


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bluebledthesea wrote:

From his daffy pics, it looks like he doesn't trim his own.


I like to leave a little bit of fingernail at the tip of my fingers. I find it useful.


The secret to a happy marriage is to split everything 50/50. My wife gets the big half and I get the little half. - Chief Buffalo Nickel

zea3


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Hi Guys!
Anyone out there have the manual for a 1970 GE double wall oven model #C2500 5 HT?

Lynnzoi


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zea3 wrote:Hi Guys!
Anyone out there have the manual for a 1970 GE double wall oven model #C2500 5 HT?



um...no.....sorry

didja try searching it out online?

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