General Discussion, Thursday, March 4, 2021

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  1. Lucille says:


    “Late Winter” (1903) Oil on canvas by Walter Elmer Schofield (1867-1944)

    “Winter Morning In the Rockies” – Oil on canvas by Phil Starke

    Have a peaceful day in a haven of your choosing!

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  2. Lucille says:

    Wonderful era where you and your date frequented a favorite music establishment and danced the night away…

    “Opus in Pastels” (1941) by Stanley Kenton (1911-1979), Jazz orchestra leader, composer, pianist

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  3. Menagerie says:

    Morning everyone. Slept late! And it felt good. Going to be 68 degrees today, and sunny here.

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  4. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ y’all!

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  5. just stevie says:

    Good morning guys! Movin’ very, very slow this morning! Everything hurts LOL!

    Here’s a clip from Matt Gaetz! I love that guy! Have a great day!

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  6. Menagerie says:

    Another Viva, in response to the government non apology or withdrawal of their isolation of kids directive.

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  7. auscitizenmom says:

    Mornin’ All. Overcast and coolish, 61* here this morning. The sun should be out soon and the temps will go up fast. Talked to my neighbor this morning. He is off work for another week because somebody tested positive for the WUFLU. They are a very hardworking family and he hates being off work.

    My little doggie is driving me crazy. I think she doesn’t like me putting liquid in her dry food. I was putting water on it and she seemed to lose interest. So I got some chicken broth and some beef broth. She won’t eat the beef broth. She didn’t eat at all yesterday so, I finally threw out the dish with the beef broth and put water on it and she ate it. This morning I put water on it and she sniffed it and looked at me and walked off. I may have to start buying her canned food. She used to eat it all very fast but she doesn’t realize she doesn’t have any teeth to chew with now. 🙄

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    • weather257 says:

      Does she eat the kibbles dry? It doesn’t matter if they go down whole; our border-mix gulps whole mice, and they come out same as everything else. Loki could be reflecting your anxiety as far as her meals are concerned. Did you find a toy she likes? I still say…kitten! 😉

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        The vet said not to give her hard food unless it was softened. But, I too am starting to have doubts that it is a problem, especially when you know it usually just goes down their throats without chewing anyway. As for the toys I’m sure I could please her if I just left the sliding door screen open and let in the lizards and squirrels to play with, I have visions of that scene in Christmas Vacation where the Rotty chases the squirrel and totally demolishes everything in the house.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        I just put some kibble down and she vacuumed it up so fast I had to check to see if it was gone. As in…….completely gone.

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    • The Tundra PA says:

      I wouldn’t worry about the liquid, mom. Weather is right. If she swallows the kibble whole, it is just fine. Dogs don’t use their teeth to chew, just to kill and shred into swallowable size pieces. My old sled dog Bear had to have all his teeth pulled because they were rotten. Never slowed him down a bit. Loki is letting you know what she wants.

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  8. auscitizenmom says:

    Well, I am ready for the funny farm. Last night, I had a glass of wine and I cute a small piece of cheese. This morning I found the cheese in the knife drawer. Wonder where I put the knife?

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    • We’ve all done something like that at some point! With me it’s either I’m in a hurry (usual reason), I have too many things I’m thinking of at once, or I haven’t slept well.

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    • czarina33 says:

      Just yesterday I threw my dirty socks away and threw the junk mail in the laundry basket. Comes from thinking about the next thing instead of the one I’m doing at the moment. Turns out “multi-tasking” is limited to things like walking and chewing gum, not performing unique tasks. As we age we must focus on each task as we do it, to complete it correctly and set the memory of doing it. Otherwise, errors may be made, and/or we have to waste time retracing our steps to check what happened.

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  9. Important article. Sorry if someone has posted similar.

    “If The “Experimental” COVID Vaccine Kills You Your Life Insurer (Probably) Does Not Have to Pay Benefits”
    by Steve MacDonald / 4 March 2021
    “If you’re rushing to get in line for the experimental COVID19 vaccine or are on the fence, you may want to take a step back. There are known side-effects, including death, and most insurers need not pay benefits. You did, after all, volunteer to take an unapproved chemical injection.
    Every version of the vaccine being administered under the presumption that it will do something about SARS CoV2 is still unapproved. They are (literally) experimental. By signing up or getting in line, you are a willing participant in a global human trial with no guarantees.

    Flu vaccines don’t prevent the flu or its spread.

    Not one of these vaccines is officially approved for this use or any use by any official body.

    Therefore, insurance companies are (typically) under no obligation to cover any cost associated with your voluntary participation in these human trials.

    If they make you sick, your health insurance does not need to cover associated care.

    If you die, Life insurers are under no obligation to pay death benefits.

    And your political elites have ensured that neither you nor your family can sue the manufacturers or anyone in the chain of custody that brought this experimental vaccine from fabrication into your bloodstream.

    For what?

    A hyped-up flu virus that, like every flu before it, only claims the lives of the very old or very ill.

    Why do you need it, or why would they make you take it?

    Can you sue local, county, state, or federal governments who pushed it on you?

    Could you sue an employer or service provider who refused you a service in the absence of proof you’d been immunized?

    And what are you prepared to do concerning elected officials who scared you into getting it or the experts who sold you on it without telling you the risks, including how harms, including death, might not be covered by the insurance you have?

    Call or write your insurance company and ask them. We think you’ll be unpleasantly surprised, after which you may want to stay the hell away from these vaccines until they have been tested and approved by some entity your insurers recognize.

    And yes, we will happily correct the record for any insurer who tells you in writing that they will cover injury or death benefits connected to your voluntarily receiving the unapproved experimental COVID19 Vaccine.”

    G&C’s comment – I’m not saying by reprinting this article don’t take it if you think you really need it. I’m saying be fully informed.

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  10. stella says:

    Internet giving problems – again.

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    • Lucille says:

      Maybe the report was mistaken, but I read Presler was one of those on January 6th who was encouraging people to enter the Capitol and literally pointing the way. I wonder if that was true. Wouldn’t he still be in jail if it were? Anyone know?

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  13. just stevie says:

    This worries me…we are going in the wrong direction! Hopefully, someone will stop this H.R. 1 bill!

    PJ Media – House Democrats pass H.R. 1 Gutting Election Integrity

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  14. auscitizenmom says:

    My friend and I are going to her time-share in Ormond Beach Sat. after this one. I usually pull my back loading and unloading the car before we even get there. So, I just ordered a dog ramp the will make it easier and less chance of pulling out my back. Hope this works. My dad used to say you need to work smarter, not harder.

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  15. weather257 says:

    Not the first or the biggest, but still a start…dems caught cheating on elections – indicted for election fraud:

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  16. stella says:

    He’s right.

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  17. Lucille says:

    BOOM! Trump UNLOADS on Mitch McConnell and Never-Trump Wall Street Journal in Latest Press Release on Signal
    By Jim Hoft – Published March 4, 2021 at 5:25pm

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  18. WeeWeed says:

    Woooooott!! Gone With The Wind’s on tonight. In a few minutes!

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    • Lucille says:

      In the 70s a friend of mine would go all over southern California to view GWTW when it was playing in various large theaters on a re-release or in retrospectives. Her husband bought her a copy when it came out on video tape so he could have her home more often. LOL!

      Rhett looking up the staircase at Scarlett making the most of an entrance

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