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Is this a test to make the non-violent...violent?

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There's nothing like the loyalty of a dog. Our pets really do help us deal with stress, especially now. I'm stocked up on pet supplies so we can take care of our critters like they take care of us.

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Thank you for fostering. It's necessary in many situations.

What's sad is that a person on a fixed income has to surrender their pet due to inflation and then someone else is paid to care for it. You would hope there would be a program to at least temporarily support an often older person who really needs that companion.

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ActNow 1 point ago +1 / -0

I've seen Mandalay Bay footage of the shooter taking service elevators to bring in his oversized "luggage".

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There's a cricket facility that just opened in Canada. In my part of Commiefornia, they just started having people throw their food scrap waste into a separate bin from the garbage. It's now combined with yard waste pick up. What I found odd was in a WEF short video, they talk about how crickets can live off of "kitchen scraps". Putting the 2 thoughts together is weirding me out.

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Does that make shelling out money to play Mega Millions a Stupid Tax?

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Buy a flourescent shop light (much less expensive than a "grow light") and set up an indoor grow area. Lots of information online. Don't give up.

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I'm waiting for Attenborough's voice on the mating habits of this inner city species.

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I've seen some strange driving behavior in the last couple of years. Last Sunday in our neighborhood, a guy sped up instead of slowing for the stop sign. Took out 5 posts, a fire hydrant, and a low gate at the park before side swipping a tree. My husband thought he fell asleep at the wheel and that he didn't appear to be under the influence. It happened in the afternoon. Who knows what caused it, but it makes me wonder.

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True. If you are looking for nutrition and how you will you water (especially in drought areas), there are better choices. I grew bush hybrids successfully in the past and was looking for heirloom to save seeds. Usually, I'm lazy & don't peel 'em. So far, only 1 cuc. My Ichiban eggplant, however, is producing like mad. I may need more recipes to find ways to eat them. They're not as easy to give away.

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ActNow 1 point ago +1 / -0

Who is making this trash. NO ONE talks/acts like that. You'd have to be a moron to believe this.

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That's a compliment coming from you. Always learning. The spider mites that were on my cucs may disagree with you, but I'll move faster on 'em next time. Today I'm planting out a "2nd season" Porter tomato. Fingers crossed. :)

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Totally agree. Not strictly a conservative sign, but a welcome one was seeing a bumper sticker today in CA, "MSM is the virus".

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Just heard they're trying to pull this crap in Hispanic countries. It's all meant to create division.

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Tried Brave's search engine early on and found it lacking. I didn't see any indications that it was Qwant. Seemed like it was its own thing, but I may be wrong. Funny thing is I'm using Qwant now and it gets the job done for the most part.

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If you're referring to carrots, I'm in zone 9b and am planning a fall crop. 1st frost here isn't usually until early December, so they'll be going in the grow boxes in late September. One or two frosts will sweeten them. If they grow too slowly for some reason, they can always be harvested early as baby carrots. Carrots are mostly a cool weather crop. The heat of summer may make them woody.

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ActNow 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was covered in mosquito bites after a backpack trip, but it didn't look like that.

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