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Old 11-14-2007, 08:02 AM   #31
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I did, but it turns out I kinda' like her after all.....

We've split up and got back together a half a dozen times at least....It seems like difficult and impossible relationships are my forte` .
Slums? I thought you grew up in Montreal!
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Old 11-14-2007, 08:20 AM   #32
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Slums? I thought you grew up in Montreal!
I was born in Liverpool, my family moved to Montreal when I was three. The house I was born in was over 200 year old, we lived there with my aunt and uncle, 2 cousins, plus my gramma and granpa, her widowed sister and my mom and dad. They only had electricity on the gound floor, no bath or shower and an outside toilet. a lot of the houses still had structural damaged from the germans and they wound up bulldozing the whole place in the 70's during one of their urban renewal phases. Moving to Canada was a dream come true for us
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Old 11-14-2007, 08:38 AM   #33
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I was born in Liverpool, my family moved to Montreal when I was three. The house I was born in was over 200 year old, we lived there with my aunt and uncle, 2 cousins, plus my gramma and granpa, her widowed sister and my mom and dad. They only had electricity on the gound floor, no bath or shower and an outside toilet. a lot of the houses still had structural damaged from the germans and they wound up bulldozing the whole place in the 70's during one of their urban renewal phases. Moving to Canada was a dream come true for us
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Old 11-14-2007, 08:44 AM   #34
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Only 200 years old? Modern conveniences if you ask me. I'm sitting in the portion of the house that used to be the Summer Kitchen. 266 years old.

My wife kind of grew up the same way. She lived in her grandparent’s house that housed her grandparents, mother, two aunts and an uncle. The house had no heating on the second floor and a dirt basement. But they did have indoor plumbing, so you got her beat on that one.
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Old 11-14-2007, 09:37 AM   #35
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Sounds worse than riding a Knucklehead over a bumpy road!
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Old 11-14-2007, 09:58 AM   #36
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Start fleece_pants

goto Utah_rural_property

goto Nazi_damaged_Liverpool

goto Auntie's_indoor_plumbing

I think I got the hang of this thread.

I have read that fish oil is supposed to be good for me. I ate three tablets this morning along with my usual quart of strong coffee. The fish oil upset my stomach, and when I burp it tastes like rancid salmon and smells like low tide. This pisses me off, so it can't be good for my heart, which was the intent of the fish oil in the first place.

Naturally, I bought a "mega" size container of these abominations. Do you think the cat would like them?

Please advise.

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Old 11-14-2007, 10:12 AM   #37
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Eat some toast with them, or even a bagel then when you burped it would be like you had bagels and lox or salmon on toast for breakfast.........

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Old 11-14-2007, 10:14 AM   #38
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Naturally, I bought a "mega" size container of these abominations. Do you think the cat would like them?

Please advise.

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Doc has got me on Potassium Citrate 1080mg X 2 - Twice Daily; these things are the size of those sulfa-boluses you give to calves suffering from milk-scours. They look like something Mr. Ed would frakkin' choke on.

I'll trade you.........
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Not sure if the cat will eat them. But at this point I'm happy my cat is eating anything. She got lead poisoning from the renovations we are doing and it has been two weeks of vet visits, poison control, IV fluids, vomiting, and ugly Vet bills.
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Old 11-14-2007, 10:34 AM   #40
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Whoo Potassium Citrate 1080s... Tempting...

Do they give you superpowers (any more than the usual, of course)?

I don't want to rush into a trade for my rancid fish oil tablets that I would eventually regret. Not to be coy, but there could be a better offer any second now. OK, I am being coy.

I am leaning towards your offer. I have my doubts about the soundness of my alternate plan of forcing 100+ tablets of fish oil down an enraged cat's throat.

As for bagels, well, I would rather have pie for breakfast.
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