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karasti · Breathing · Veteran

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  • Re: A question on learning methods and commitment

    We haz wisnorance! Ignordom?

    federicalobster
  • Re: I really, really hate it when....

    My husband would probably like if I got an outfit like that :lol:

    DhammaDragonHozan
  • Re: I really, really hate it when....

    when someone calls you, and then spends the entire conversation telling you what they are currently seeing on facebook. My mom does this every day. And she eats chips the whole time, too. So all I hear is garbled "did you see what your sister posted on Facebook?" while she crunches in my ear. Usually after I have told her we just sat down to dinner or are otherwise busy.

    I just generally hate the phone and should probably stop worrying that we need it and ditch the land line already. That is the one that causes all the problems, lol.

    And when people don't know whether to use "less" or "fewer." When it's wrong it grates on me like fingernails on chalkboard.

    KeromeVastmindHozan
  • Re: Eating Friends.

    There are some bacon fans who are pretty militant! :lol:

    Vastmind
  • Re: Scary Insects & Other arthropods

    Living in a wilderness area, we have tons of animals we deal with. But when you get to know them, it's not so hard. Lots of people are afraid and want to shoot them, thankfully most of the time it's illegal. We have black bears, wolves, coyotes, deer, lots of eagles that'll steal your pets off their leashes, lynx, the occasional mountain lion/cougar, and plenty of biting bugs and ticks. But nothing lethal, thankfully. Living with the bears and wolves is pretty easy. The funny thing is, in 25 years of driving, the only time I have hit any animals was in the city. I hit a deer at an interstate exchange in the middle of Fargo, ND and I hit another deer in Duluth, MN. Nothing here where we see dozens of them in our yard every day. The deer here must be smarter about looking for cars ;)

    ShoshinVastmind