madduck

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megrendel OR, pull a rear leg up then back- gently and from the side.

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Watching a horse get shod a few years back- she was not being terribly Co-Operative. Not nasty, just making life extremely difficult. Ended up in a row- a proper row- Blacksmith shouting, horse whickering and stamping. all on that boundary of actual anger and deep laughter. I came on about half way through and it was possibly the funnist thing I saw all year. 
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I remeber Dee Snyder coming into the shop I was working in, in the Kings Rd about 83- I had no idea who he was, he got quite put out that I didn't have the ladies stillettos he wanted in a large mens size. It was only later another girl mentioned he was in a band- not my style at the time,  and I can't say I've familiar with it even now. 
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Years ago I read an explanation of quantum field theory, which sort of explained it like this- charges of varying intensity.

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i'm up for living a long, healthy and mentally alert life. I know a recently deceased lady of 105 who was all of the above until the last few months. I am not up for simple existence, but I would like a few extra years to enjoy life..... a normal human span though.... 120 perhaps?
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Leave animals to be what they are, our selective breeding cause HUGE health problems and needs to be stopped. Pigs are huge outside animals, sheep are big outside animals ( act like dogs, require a stable) over dished Arabs are likely to have massive breathing issues, GSDs can't walk,Pugs can't breathe, the list goes on. Breed for temperament, health, strength.
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jayme21 - in which case put them into service- i actually kinda got the problem ( it happens everywhere you have ultra religious groups) but rather than fight them, okay you WILL fight them, work with the Torah to put them into other work- the leaders will argue as it will push the kids into normal life, but it will be a tougher scriptural argumant. More importantly though it will give the kids a humanitarian option which rather than make them fear and resent the state will (hopefully) allow them to do real good and temper their opinions. Its easy to argue against the military, I would, it stands for some pretty awful ideas- but arguing against life saving, education, feeding the poor - perhaps tending to the few remaining camp survivors who I gather are often in real poverty- is far less easy to justify.

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Stunning woman, once again Playboy is conflicting. I struggle with its promotion of women as toys, yet its writing was often superb and showing Ines on the cover is a good move. 
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daegog - no matter what, no matter who, I genuinely feel that no country should force kids into the army- if you MUST have national service then allow them to act as paramedics, ambulance techs, hell- even teaching assistants. I get why Israel feels this is a good idea, and again, I'm no lover of the Zionists but even the most secular Jew has real reason to need to feel safe, but forcing kids to act against their sincerely held beliefs won't change those beliefs- it'll make them resent the state which forced them.
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Surely they have religious exemptions? Thats so sad- I'm no lover of those extreme religious nuts whatever version they buy, but forcing kids into the army is simply wrong.
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melcervini - its the idea this lot have that somehow they are angels protecting people against- Islam (FFS _??) , black men with guns ( claiming you ain't racist doesn't mean you ain't), coming for their guns etc etc.... I have a friend who is an Oathkeeper- there isn't a conspiracy theory he won't believe. The sad thing is that he IS ex-military, he HAS life and world experience. He still believes Agenda 21 is the UN trying to take away his fucking gun- I swear he has two brains....
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Frogs, box of.
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Do you notice however, how more average the first models figure is? as time goes by the look of model (any model) becomes more and more unobtainable, between surgery, fairly extreme exercise, and photoshop they are manipulated into almost cartoonish proportions.
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jayme21 Thats hilarious- I never got over Animal Farm- I misheard what kind of film it was. Fast forwarded through, pausing briefly at intervals to scream 'eurgh' - never again. but at least cheap porn used to have pretentions of art- actually, it probably needed to in order not to get arrested. 
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Puns galore, terrible pretentious names, brilliant graphics (and in the case of the horse) some serious terrible ideas- what's not to love?
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The main thing which bothers me with any of these designs is the ease with which any plant can destroy concrete- just look at a standard road, it's dug, then a seriously thick layer of stuff plus heavy duty weed proof liner is laid. Stop traffic using it and in three weeks weeds are breaking up the surface. Roots can work their way through anything.
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FFS- anything rather than admit yet another gunman killed people because it was easy. Lets get all conspiracy because admitting your country has a record of its citizens shooting each other would just be too weird.
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Only a bit blowy here- but earlier- just before lunch it was eerie- the light was yellow, the sun flamingo pink from the dust in the air. Ireland have had it rather rough though, and a few schools in Pembrokeshire closed. bet my Brother is counting tiles too.. 
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They want a theocracy- not all of them, but enough. They have a useful idiot drawing fire. Russia prefer him as he will cock up repeatedly, Pence and his ilk will look inwards- Russia will be able to develop their sphere of influence largely unimpeded. Most of Eurpes leaders realise Trump is a fool- they will deal direct with the department head of whichever relevant issue. Meanwhile the religious nutters get their kingdom- and if it all goes up in smoke- they are already saved. Huzzah...
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It's very odd to see houses that are totally destroyed- i'm used to seeing a shell- roof gone, but the walls and chimney intact at worst. i presume in a warm climate building wooden houses is okay?
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People die every day... friday the 13th shows no evidence of being any different to any other day.

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punko - Apologies- I certainly didn't mean to imply you DID think it was a dead person. It always stikes me as strange people DO make that leap when it seems very obvious that the explanation is purely natural. I suspect there are numerous physical causes-  at my old school ( not terribly old, the main building was Victorian) lots of us saw a figure walking down the stairs after dark- it took a move to new buildings for us to work out it was a projection from a window. When Matron turned on her light it bounced somehow and her shadow moved across a corner...so simple. yet had scared generations of small girls stupid.
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punko - you get people claiming they hear fighting up at Old Sarum- but it's a windy place and makes odd noises. There are some odd phenomena in old places- but to leap from odd things you cannot explain to dead people is a leap too far by miles!! I've spent time in many very old houses- as you do, and very few have so called ghosts but pretty much all of them will have had the usual run of fights, deaths, romance and the like, so what ever you see or hear it very definitely is NOT dead people.
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This simply means it is an option- it makes it plain that bullying is a crime, one with a victim and a perpetrator. If you find ( as you should) that minor children are not responsible then this provides a way to establish the culpability of the parents-are  they responsible- are they taking all necessary steps to ensure their children behave appropriately.
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what a waste!! Pumping a body full of chemicals... either bury it and let it rot in a linen shroud, feed it to something, or utilise if for spares and medical training. Personally I'd like to be shoved in a hole to rot or cannibalised for spares with the left overs fed to the dogs.