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curmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#24186 Mar 27, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>I will bet everything I own that I have had more animals than you in my lifetime..
Ill bet that I at this very moment we have more amimals than the rest of youall have had in your lifetimes. Weve got at least 300 sheep. 3 pet whitetail deer, 2 pigs, 5 goats, 4 dogs ,24 cattle ,two lama. a burro, and a stud horse. 8 ducks ,7 geese & too many rabbits chickens & pigeons to count. It cost us $100 every week for feed. One goose ,one duck & three bantam hens are sitting on eggs.
WARRIOR

Washington, DC

#24187 Mar 27, 2013
curmudgeon wrote:
<quoted text>Ill bet that I at this very moment we have more amimals than the rest of youall have had in your lifetimes. Weve got at least 300 sheep. 3 pet whitetail deer, 2 pigs, 5 goats, 4 dogs ,24 cattle ,two lama. a burro, and a stud horse. 8 ducks ,7 geese & too many rabbits chickens & pigeons to count. It cost us $100 every week for feed. One goose ,one duck & three bantam hens are sitting on eggs.
When I was a kid we used to run over 1,000 head of cattle. It took days to brand.
Hmmm

Hot Springs National Park, AR

#24188 Mar 27, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>You may lie, cheat, steal and murder but I don't. I am not a liberal. I have solid core values and morals. You and weak people like you will be destroyed, those like me will survive. I don't love I loath liberals!
You truly are a simpleton....completely incapable of understanding anything outside of that you've created for yourself within that pea-sized brain.

And WGAF your likes and dislikes, your morals, your obvious delusions, your internet sense of bravado. It's obvious you have no life, hence your troll status, your lack of credibility on the Alamogordo board.
curmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#24189 Mar 27, 2013
Ive never owned a large amount of cattle, 50 head is the most I ever owned at any one time. there are folks around here that have a thousand or more. Nobody here brands cattle. Ive never seen a branded cow in arkansas. I once adopted a wild mustang from the BLM. It had a freeze brand on its neck. I got it gentle enough to ride but you could never trust it. you never knew what was gonna spook it. And sometimes It would start bucking for no reason. It was a mare and I raised several colts & fillies from it. They where good horses bay in color & had black legs and hoofs, They never needed shoes and where never lame. Tough and had lots of endurance. ride or work them all day and they never wore down. I sold them to a outfitter In Colorado to be used on elk hunts.
WARRIOR

Washington, DC

#24190 Mar 27, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
You truly are a simpleton....completely incapable of understanding anything outside of that you've created for yourself within that pea-sized brain.
And WGAF your likes and dislikes, your morals, your obvious delusions, your internet sense of bravado. It's obvious you have no life, hence your troll status, your lack of credibility on the Alamogordo board.
Thank you........
Scott Tedder

Oklahoma City, OK

#24191 Mar 27, 2013
I had sex with my mom Grace Tedder. Look her up on Facebook. It was hot

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#24192 Mar 28, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>When I was a kid we used to run over 1,000 head of cattle. It took days to brand.
You probsbly have. That doesn't give you the upper hand in loving and caring for them. You don't even let your dogs in the house. That's just wierd!

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#24193 Mar 28, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>You really shouldn't eat meat!
Why shouldn't I eat meat?
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24194 Mar 28, 2013
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>
You probsbly have. That doesn't give you the upper hand in loving and caring for them. You don't even let your dogs in the house. That's just wierd!
LOL! I don't let my cows, chickens. parrots, horses or any animals in the house. Dogs belong outside. Dogs are happiest outside. Are your dogs fat?
try this

Ash Flat, AR

#24195 Mar 28, 2013
curmudgeon wrote:
<quoted text>Ill bet that I at this very moment we have more amimals than the rest of youall have had in your lifetimes. Weve got at least 300 sheep. 3 pet whitetail deer, 2 pigs, 5 goats, 4 dogs ,24 cattle ,two lama. a burro, and a stud horse. 8 ducks ,7 geese & too many rabbits chickens & pigeons to count. It cost us $100 every week for feed. One goose ,one duck & three bantam hens are sitting on eggs.
Hope those sheep have scrapie disease so that you can can contract spongeform encephalitis.
Illegal to own those deer , but what the hell you always break laws.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24196 Mar 28, 2013
try this wrote:
<quoted text> Hope those sheep have scrapie disease so that you can can contract spongeform encephalitis.
Illegal to own those deer , but what the hell you always break laws.
Looks like you have a miserable life..

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#24197 Mar 28, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>LOL! I don't let my cows, chickens. parrots, horses or any animals in the house. Dogs belong outside. Dogs are happiest outside. Are your dogs fat?
My old dog has a little extra weight right now. He has cancer and has been on Prednisone since New Years. Prednisone makes him hungry....extremely hungry....uncontrollably hungry....In fact, one would think he's starving to death the way he constantly begs for food. He can't help it. That's all he wants to do is eat and he is frantic about it. If I let him outside, he eats tree stumps. I have to feed him canned pumpkin for fiber, to help him feel satisfied. We even reduced his medication a bit to try to relieve some of the hunger he's feeling.

We thought he was going to meet his maker on Dec 16. I even took the day off to be with him at the end. We didn't think he'd last past Christmas, but so far, so good....knock on wood. Prednisone is definitely a wonder drug, but the side effects aren't real desirable. Right now there are no other options to keep him (semi) comfortable in his final days. Unfortunately, I can tell the tumor is growing.

The other dogs have very healthy weights. They have a large yard to run and play in and they spend hours every day chasing each other around. I feed them twice a day, plus some treats now and then.

I disagree with you in your belief that dogs belong outside 24 hours a day. If they were, they would be full of fleas and ticks. They'd be exposed to mosquitoes, coyotes, owls, skunks and other predators, parasites and hazards. They'd be filthy dirty from rolling in the dirt and mud and they'd smell like........well.... dogs.

There's nothing better than waking up with a warm dog beside me or at my feet, or on my lap while I'm watching tv. In the house, where I know they are safe, is where they belong, unless they are playing outside where I can see them, of course.

They don't know it yet, but they are going up north to the cabin this weekend. They have a fenced in yard there too. If my dogs could talk, they would tell you they have the best home and Mommy and Daddy in the world!
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24198 Mar 28, 2013
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>
My old dog has a little extra weight right now. He has cancer and has been on Prednisone since New Years. Prednisone makes him hungry....extremely hungry....uncontrollably hungry....In fact, one would think he's starving to death the way he constantly begs for food. He can't help it. That's all he wants to do is eat and he is frantic about it. If I let him outside, he eats tree stumps. I have to feed him canned pumpkin for fiber, to help him feel satisfied. We even reduced his medication a bit to try to relieve some of the hunger he's feeling.
We thought he was going to meet his maker on Dec 16. I even took the day off to be with him at the end. We didn't think he'd last past Christmas, but so far, so good....knock on wood. Prednisone is definitely a wonder drug, but the side effects aren't real desirable. Right now there are no other options to keep him (semi) comfortable in his final days. Unfortunately, I can tell the tumor is growing.
The other dogs have very healthy weights. They have a large yard to run and play in and they spend hours every day chasing each other around. I feed them twice a day, plus some treats now and then.
I disagree with you in your belief that dogs belong outside 24 hours a day. If they were, they would be full of fleas and ticks. They'd be exposed to mosquitoes, coyotes, owls, skunks and other predators, parasites and hazards. They'd be filthy dirty from rolling in the dirt and mud and they'd smell like........well.... dogs.
There's nothing better than waking up with a warm dog beside me or at my feet, or on my lap while I'm watching tv. In the house, where I know they are safe, is where they belong, unless they are playing outside where I can see them, of course.
They don't know it yet, but they are going up north to the cabin this weekend. They have a fenced in yard there too. If my dogs could talk, they would tell you they have the best home and Mommy and Daddy in the world!
My dogs don't have fleas or ticks. They smell like a dog should. They love it outside and I would never have them inside. I have two left out of six. Both of these dogs will be 15 in June. I don't expect them to live to be 16. You should really put that sick dog of yours down..

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#24199 Mar 28, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>My dogs don't have fleas or ticks. They smell like a dog should. They love it outside and I would never have them inside. I have two left out of six. Both of these dogs will be 15 in June. I don't expect them to live to be 16. You should really put that sick dog of yours down..
My dogs love it outside too. Until they decide they want to come in. Then they look in the window or wait by the door and bark.

I think Austin would disagree with you about having his life ended just because he's sick. He's a happy dog who still enjoys life. He's not suffering, though sometimes he has a hard time getting comfortable. He was diagnosed four months ago and he's had so many good days. Lots of trips up to the cabin all winter where he loves running in the yard and riding in the truck. He still rolls around in the snow and he is bright-eyed and wags his tail at us when we talk to him.

His favorite thing in the whole world is swimming. If he stays well enough for another couple months, he may just be able to go in the lake again.

I will know when he has given up and has no more enjoyment in life. My preference, and I believe his wish as well, is to "go" at home with his family by his side- just like his older brother did a year and a half ago. I just hope the end is quick AND natural for him. I don't like being the decision maker in these instances.
curmudgeon

Ash Flat, AR

#24200 Mar 28, 2013
try this wrote:
<quoted text> Hope those sheep have scrapie disease so that you can can contract spongeform encephalitis.
Illegal to own those deer , but what the hell you always break laws.
All my adult sheep and goats have the scrapie free insp tag in their ear. their Blackbelly barbado meat sheep and are very hardy & resistant to worms & disease. Some lambs had scours. however since the weather has moderated andI was able to turn them out to pasture they are all better. No Its not illegal to have pet deer. Its illegal to breed them in captivity. After July of 2012 it became illegal in Arkansas to remove live deer from the wild . Ive had mine long before that date so their grandfathered in. We have a very old doe and two younger Bucks that are castrated. The doe I saved from dogs in a hayfield. The bucks where orphaned when their mother was hit by a car. In fact a fellow wth a badge brought them to us. the deer have a three acre pen. We feed them all the corn & sweet grain they want. We get cull apples & pears to feed them also. We also keep loose salt & mineral out for the deer and all our other livestock. I dont use salt blocks they wear the animals teeth down when they chew on them. tose yellow shulpur blocks are bad for sheep goats & deer too much shulpur will give them the blind staggers. It was commonly thought that eating ferns gave them seleinum poisoning (blind staggers) Now its been discovered its sulfur. I cant under stand why you are wishing me bad luck? Ive never harmed you in any way? The old childhood saying applies Im rubber your glue any undeserved bad thing you wish on me just bounces off and sticks to you.

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#24201 Mar 28, 2013
curmudgeon wrote:
<quoted text> All my adult sheep and goats have the scrapie free insp tag in their ear. their Blackbelly barbado meat sheep and are very hardy & resistant to worms & disease. Some lambs had scours. however since the weather has moderated andI was able to turn them out to pasture they are all better. No Its not illegal to have pet deer. Its illegal to breed them in captivity. After July of 2012 it became illegal in Arkansas to remove live deer from the wild . Ive had mine long before that date so their grandfathered in. We have a very old doe and two younger Bucks that are castrated. The doe I saved from dogs in a hayfield. The bucks where orphaned when their mother was hit by a car. In fact a fellow wth a badge brought them to us. the deer have a three acre pen. We feed them all the corn & sweet grain they want. We get cull apples & pears to feed them also. We also keep loose salt & mineral out for the deer and all our other livestock. I dont use salt blocks they wear the animals teeth down when they chew on them. tose yellow shulpur blocks are bad for sheep goats & deer too much shulpur will give them the blind staggers. It was commonly thought that eating ferns gave them seleinum poisoning (blind staggers) Now its been discovered its sulfur. I cant under stand why you are wishing me bad luck? Ive never harmed you in any way? The old childhood saying applies Im rubber your glue any undeserved bad thing you wish on me just bounces off and sticks to you.
"It was commonly thought that eating ferns gave them seleinum poisoning (blind staggers) Now its been discovered its sulfur."
Isn't it amazing how as time goes on, we discover things that we once thought true....to not be true?

"I cant under stand why you are wishing me bad luck?"
I think that person disagrees with you or is mad at you for something.
sorry 4 u

Ash Flat, AR

#24202 Mar 29, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>Looks like you have a miserable life..
not as miserable as you a has been that lives in a single wide trailer.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24203 Mar 29, 2013
sorry 4 u wrote:
<quoted text>not as miserable as you a has been that lives in a single wide trailer.
Poor little fellow, I almost feel sorry for you Barney. You should have planned better for retirement. It's your own fault!
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24204 Mar 29, 2013
Hmmm

Hot Springs National Park, AR

#24205 Mar 29, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you........
So are there now two WaRRiOrS, or have has the original got himself a anonymizer so he can show his azz to a wider audience?

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