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Old 10-12-2016, 12:29 PM   #591
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Beagle loves her Iams Lamb and Rice dry dog food. I don't think I could eat that stuff.
It wasn't meant for you.
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It wasn't meant for you.

True, dat!
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But isn't it "fit for human consumption"? I think all cat and dog food is supposed to be fit for human consumption. Apparently a lot of poor elderly people eat it.
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But isn't it "fit for human consumption"? I think all cat and dog food is supposed to be fit for human consumption. Apparently a lot of poor elderly people eat it.

Yes it is. And it is sad that it's all some can afford.

Rachel Ray, who has her own pet food brand, Nutrish, has said that she's taste-tested it herself.
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Old 10-13-2016, 05:10 PM   #595
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Why is it that when I wash the sheets and a blanket together and carefully put them in the dryer, they wad themselves in a ball, and nothing gets dry?
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Hate when that happens. I just go into the laundry room periodically and un-ball them.
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Irks me. I unball periodically.
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If I had a good ol' fashioned clothesline, I would so use it for sheets and blankets.
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If I had a good ol' fashioned clothesline, I would so use it for sheets and blankets.
I have a clothesline, but my yard is so tiny that I only put it up when I'm going to use it. I keep forgetting that I have it.
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Old 10-13-2016, 09:30 PM   #600
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If I had a good ol' fashioned clothesline, I would so use it for sheets and blankets.
My daughter has a long, long one. She hangs out all her laundry into the first snow fall of winter. Very rarely does she use her dryer. Only when the weather tells her "no."

Last night we had two police officers seriously wounded not to far from where I live.

The good news is that there were no riots. The citizens of the community gathered together where it happened for a prayer session.

The officers are still on the critical list.
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