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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    I tried making chia pudding. It didn't pud much. Think I'm doing it wrong.
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    Sticky: Re: QDJ (Year of the Piggly Wiggly)

    Freshly cut hay/alfalfa. Horse manure. Warming earth and concrete in the spring. Rain.
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha Watchin'?

    I thought it really stepped up in the season 2. The first season was good enough, but I think nostalgia carried me through. Themes and story lines got tighter in season 2. Although I'm not sure that...
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    That I was robbed while working as a cashier in college. I wasn't going to quit, and I didn't want them to worry when they couldn't do a thing about it, unless they tried to force me home, which I...
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    Re: Irrational Parental Fears

    I think that is where I fall on my fears about that one, also taken to the point of fear that in new baby exhaustion I might smother the baby in a sort of aggressive attempt to comfort and quiet it....
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    The idea of keto is to create a constant state of ketosis, which is supposed to change the way you burn calories/fat. It is high proteiin, but also specifically high fat, and minimal carbs- just...
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    I also think that the empty shell thing is especially tough in late adolescence and early adulthood, because it feels like you should be fully "cooked" by then, but those years are really full of...
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    Yeah, we joke about a poltergeist because it has always felt like the house doesn't want us here. Weird noises, weird electrical stuff, when we try and fix it up, things go awry-paint won't stick,...
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    So. A couple of hours ago I found a watch on one of our bookshelves. This seems strange, because it is my bookshelf, and I have recently taken books off to share with my daughter, and put one on a...
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    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v 1.2)

    I've been boycotting Chik-Fil-A for a long time. Shame, because it is a decent product for fast food, and they give out books in their kid meals.

    What really got me though was when Papa John...
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    People are loyal to what they are used to.
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    It sounds like a low-ball just to see if you are desperate enough.
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    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v 1.2)

    I think people are often unreasonably biased against big dogs. I think they are often better behaved than many popular small breeds. I can't decide if it is bad behavior bred in, or if people just...
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    Rotten potatoes was my morning sickness trigger. I could walk into a grocery store and tell if there was one potato going bad from yards away. I seem to have gotten over it now, instead the smell...
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    I just cannot get to the point of today. There is nothing that seems worthwhile. I think it is partly the heat. I know I will be fine if I can just find something that seems useful or interesting,...
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    There are certain lab created scents that give me migraines and asthma type reactions. There is a very popular mall store that carries these scents. I can't even go in. I frequently smell these...
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    I worked at an inbound 800 number call center many years ago now-before cell phones, so calling an 800 number was free vs. other long distance which cost money for the caller. Some people got really...
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    Re: Going crayish trapping tomorrow

    Ha, yeah. We started with mussels and moved up to frogs. I don't eat mussels or frogs either. I can't remember if there was another animal in between, but for us, the frog was the most complex. I...
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    Re: Going crayish trapping tomorrow

    I had to dissect a crawdad in high school. I still smell formaldehyde just looking at one. It has been decades, and I still don't think I will ever eat one. My loss, I'm sure.
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    Congratulations! Glad you are feeling better, and glad you are seeing some progress on a long term goal!
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    Re: Hungry for knowledge

    Welcome to the forum!
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    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v 1.2)

    Bells Palsy. It does seem like a lot. Hang in there, Anubisa.
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    Sticky: Re: QDJ (Year of the Piggly Wiggly)

    Tardigrades are amazing. I am somewhat concerned about what happens if they survive though. We humans have a way of ruining things by introducing enormous changes through experiment or accident or...
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    Re: Gatorade addiction

    Oh boy. I have kicked soda lots of times, and then it never sticks, partly because I am living with another soda addict. It is actually horrifying when I try to visualize how much of that crap I have...
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    Re: Can one fail as human being?

    No, but it isn't the one size cures all that some people present either. It may be that for many people the benefits are worth the risks of smoking, though.
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