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They cannot kill a Spook

Taylor, MI

#61 Sep 4, 2014
Catman Dave wrote:
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I see you are in Toledo now. Running from the cops maybe?
I had to clear cookies and when I started in Topix it threw me into Toledo forum

I thought Gokeefe was sending me to a party
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#62 Sep 4, 2014
Catman Dave wrote:
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I see you are in Toledo now. Running from the cops maybe?
Back in Seville. Can't catch me.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#63 Sep 4, 2014
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
Pinetree and Smokey
Since Smokey is friendly try keeping and eye on her after she eats. See where she goes. The kittens should be making sounds when hungry, cold, etc. Maybe she didn't hide them so much as shelter them. If you do find them get her and the kittens at the same time use a pet carrier. Then put her in a large room with some places besides where you first put her to move the kittens in that room. Make put something like a campaign sign (paper not.plastic bag type) over half the box or a tote with the lid turned. If she has dleas so will the kittens so she might move them around. At about 8 weeks you can frontline plus them you can do her in about a week.
Thanks. I'l try to stay on the lookout for the kits. Got a box for her in the garage (covered part of the top) and she spends time in there. I put her in the box yesterday....she immediately jumped out.
My vet was here for the dogs today and said, in her opinion, Pinetree is pregnant again.:-( By our count, no more than two weeks. She told me to get in touch with Forgotten Cats and they will spay, worm and vet them and return them to here. Actually, I'll probably trap and transport them myself. Pinetree asap and Smokey when we figure the kittens are weaned and safe. They're 4 days old today.

It's glazier rock I have so much of. Every size shape and color. This land grows it. Beautiful for landscaping but the farmers hate it. My metal detecting buddy told me where there's quartz, there's gold. I let him 'hunt' here and have gotten him some other sites. This house was built in 1836.
They cannot kill a Spook

Taylor, MI

#64 Sep 4, 2014
Seriouslady wrote:
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Thanks. I'l try to stay on the lookout for the kits. Got a box for her in the garage (covered part of the top) and she spends time in there. I put her in the box yesterday....she immediately jumped out.
My vet was here for the dogs today and said, in her opinion, Pinetree is pregnant again.:-( By our count, no more than two weeks. She told me to get in touch with Forgotten Cats and they will spay, worm and vet them and return them to here. Actually, I'll probably trap and transport them myself. Pinetree asap and Smokey when we figure the kittens are weaned and safe. They're 4 days old today.
It's glazier rock I have so much of. Every size shape and color. This land grows it. Beautiful for landscaping but the farmers hate it. My metal detecting buddy told me where there's quartz, there's gold. I let him 'hunt' here and have gotten him some other sites. This house was built in 1836.
He might fine some panning a stream. There has been gold found in Indiana that wsy

Since: Oct 10

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#65 Sep 4, 2014
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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He might fine some panning a stream. There has been gold found in Indiana that wsy
He'd be happier with a uniform button from the civil or revolutionary war. He's made some amazing finds and he knows what he is doing and has excellent equipment. Good guy.
There's a canal (the Chesapeake Delaware) from the Del. River to the Chesapeake Bay. He found one of the celebratory tokens from it's opening (1847, I think) and there were only 150 minted.
He says it's a very soothing hobby.
Not Big Johnson

Westerville, OH

#66 Sep 4, 2014
Che has an uncanny ability to find used condoms & can search an entire dumpster in less than 30 seconds.

Since: Apr 14

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#67 Sep 4, 2014
Catman Dave wrote:
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I see you are in Toledo now. Running from the cops maybe?
Che had to help the zoo set up for Feasts with the Beasts.
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#68 Sep 5, 2014
BizzyBee wrote:
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Thanks Dave. We'll see how it goes. We just have to ignore the nasty ones.
And then there's the moderators.......
I have a question for Bizzy Bee , or anyone? I put up a larger Himmingbird feeder. I think it holds a quart. Before the birds lick all of the sugar water out, it changes color from clear to slightly milky.

I suppose the answer is change and put in new. What might cause this. I am new to feeding Hummingbirds.

To Dave, remember I talked about Blackboy? He passed in August. He was sweet right to the end. It was like he knew it was time to say his last good bye. He stayed very close to me, and spend a lot of time on my lap, quietly sleeping. He became extremely thin, and got to where he could barely have the strength to walk. His meow, became very weak. He could only walk a few inches at a time. I would pick him up and place him on my lap. But then He got to where it was time. I placed him in a little box. H e just stretched out, and in a few short hours, he was gone. It is very sad to write about him. He was a real Pal. He taught me a lot about how smart they are, how caring they are.

I have had many animals, many cats, some you could not touch, some stayed in my barns. I have owned hundreds of Cows over the years. They die with heart attacks, cancer. Some have stomach problems. I did my own A I, many would get cysts on the ovaries, some you could remove , some not, those have to move on. I have seen them killed by lightening, some by electrocution. With all of the water in them, a cattle prod, in the flank, I have seen it knock them down. Each with their own markings, each with their own personality.

I may not be welcome here, I have tried to start threads about different things, I got no where on here. If I talk about someone, like they are a no good dog. Now that stupid stuff will bring out the worst in people. They cannot resist.

To Bizzy, I get to see a lot about University of Kentucky basketball on WLKY TV out of Lexington. They were in the Bahamas playing men that were pro players, men in their upper twenties. They lost only one game. They have 10 players, if split up all can be starters. They will start the season rated # 1 in the Nation. They have, I think 7 players of those great McDonald High School greats. They have talent beyond words. The # 1 recruited class in USA.

Spook, I tried to find that extremely old hay baler online. I seen several newer, that have the motor, and one belt driven, from a Farmall Tractor. It could have used a steam engine. But steam power, that I have heard about was the thrasher, pulled with steam tractor. I have seen the Super New Holland 77 in use. My Dad had the one with the Wisconsin, 2 cylinder, and you forked the hay into it. Pulled with a Ford-Ferguson. Does anyone know why if carried the Ferguson name? It was the solid gray tractor. Plus they had one the same size, called Ferguson, and it was solid gray. They had 3 forward gears, 1 reverse. My how times have changed, since those days.

One for Dave? If I said K-5, do you know what I mean? Or B- 61

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#69 Sep 5, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
<quoted text>
I have a question for Bizzy Bee , or anyone? I put up a larger Himmingbird feeder. I think it holds a quart. Before the birds lick all of the sugar water out, it changes color from clear to slightly milky.
I suppose the answer is change and put in new. What might cause this. I am new to feeding Hummingbirds.
To Dave, remember I talked about Blackboy? He passed in August. He was sweet right to the end. It was like he knew it was time to say his last good bye. He stayed very close to me, and spend a lot of time on my lap, quietly sleeping. He became extremely thin, and got to where he could barely have the strength to walk. His meow, became very weak. He could only walk a few inches at a time. I would pick him up and place him on my lap. But then He got to where it was time. I placed him in a little box. H e just stretched out, and in a few short hours, he was gone. It is very sad to write about him. He was a real Pal. He taught me a lot about how smart they are, how caring they are.
I have had many animals, many cats, some you could not touch, some stayed in my barns. I have owned hundreds of Cows over the years. They die with heart attacks, cancer. Some have stomach problems. I did my own A I, many would get cysts on the ovaries, some you could remove , some not, those have to move on. I have seen them killed by lightening, some by electrocution. With all of the water in them, a cattle prod, in the flank, I have seen it knock them down. Each with their own markings, each with their own personality.
I may not be welcome here, I have tried to start threads about different things, I got no where on here. If I talk about someone, like they are a no good dog. Now that stupid stuff will bring out the worst in people. They cannot resist.
To Bizzy, I get to see a lot about University of Kentucky basketball on WLKY TV out of Lexington. They were in the Bahamas playing men that were pro players, men in their upper twenties. They lost only one game. They have 10 players, if split up all can be starters. They will start the season rated # 1 in the Nation. They have, I think 7 players of those great McDonald High School greats. They have talent beyond words. The # 1 recruited class in USA.
Spook, I tried to find that extremely old hay baler online. I seen several newer, that have the motor, and one belt driven, from a Farmall Tractor. It could have used a steam engine. But steam power, that I have heard about was the thrasher, pulled with steam tractor. I have seen the Super New Holland 77 in use. My Dad had the one with the Wisconsin, 2 cylinder, and you forked the hay into it. Pulled with a Ford-Ferguson. Does anyone know why if carried the Ferguson name? It was the solid gray tractor. Plus they had one the same size, called Ferguson, and it was solid gray. They had 3 forward gears, 1 reverse. My how times have changed, since those days.
One for Dave? If I said K-5, do you know what I mean? Or B- 61
Hi!
I am just scanning and saw your post...I have to go to work but will post to you later. Good to hear from you and of course you are welcome here. This is a public forum. Who said anything on the contrary! Lol
Talk later.

“Cats rule.”

Since: Dec 09

Chardon Ohio.

#70 Sep 5, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
<quoted text>
I have a question for Bizzy Bee , or anyone? I put up a larger Himmingbird feeder. I think it holds a quart. Before the birds lick all of the sugar water out, it changes color from clear to slightly milky.
I suppose the answer is change and put in new. What might cause this. I am new to feeding Hummingbirds.
To Dave, remember I talked about Blackboy? He passed in August. He was sweet right to the end. It was like he knew it was time to say his last good bye. He stayed very close to me, and spend a lot of time on my lap, quietly sleeping. He became extremely thin, and got to where he could barely have the strength to walk. His meow, became very weak. He could only walk a few inches at a time. I would pick him up and place him on my lap. But then He got to where it was time. I placed him in a little box. H e just stretched out, and in a few short hours, he was gone. It is very sad to write about him. He was a real Pal. He taught me a lot about how smart they are, how caring they are.
I have had many animals, many cats, some you could not touch, some stayed in my barns. I have owned hundreds of Cows over the years. They die with heart attacks, cancer. Some have stomach problems. I did my own A I, many would get cysts on the ovaries, some you could remove , some not, those have to move on. I have seen them killed by lightening, some by electrocution. With all of the water in them, a cattle prod, in the flank, I have seen it knock them down. Each with their own markings, each with their own personality.
I may not be welcome here, I have tried to start threads about different things, I got no where on here. If I talk about someone, like they are a no good dog. Now that stupid stuff will bring out the worst in people. They cannot resist.
To Bizzy, I get to see a lot about University of Kentucky basketball on WLKY TV out of Lexington. They were in the Bahamas playing men that were pro players, men in their upper twenties. They lost only one game. They have 10 players, if split up all can be starters. They will start the season rated # 1 in the Nation. They have, I think 7 players of those great McDonald High School greats. They have talent beyond words. The # 1 recruited class in USA.
Spook, I tried to find that extremely old hay baler online. I seen several newer, that have the motor, and one belt driven, from a Farmall Tractor. It could have used a steam engine. But steam power, that I have heard about was the thrasher, pulled with steam tractor. I have seen the Super New Holland 77 in use. My Dad had the one with the Wisconsin, 2 cylinder, and you forked the hay into it. Pulled with a Ford-Ferguson. Does anyone know why if carried the Ferguson name? It was the solid gray tractor. Plus they had one the same size, called Ferguson, and it was solid gray. They had 3 forward gears, 1 reverse. My how times have changed, since those days.
One for Dave? If I said K-5, do you know what I mean? Or B- 61
I'm sorry about your cat. I still miss Blackieboo. When you have had a pet for that long, you don't just forget about them when they die. Fuzzy has been with me now for about 8 years and is doing great. The black one in my avatar is Fuzzy with her daughter Berniece. I also have 3 more younger girls Tippy, Sarah, and Pumpkin.
I'm not going to lie. I had to look up those 2 terms, but k-5 was an old Chevy Blazer, and B-61 was an old Mack truck. It turns out that B-61 is also one of the bombs that we have. I have a feeling that certain people are about to get an up close and personal look at that thing.
By the way, my tech got my old President Madison radio a month ago and really did it up with newer mods for me. He also cleaned the whole thing and put armor all on the whole outside. It looks like new again. They are getting very hard to find now in this condition.
Pam

Marysville, OH

#71 Sep 5, 2014
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
<quoted text>
I haven't introduced the newest kittens to him.but he has been great with all the others. Keeps him young I guess and since cats and skunks are both curious they seem like a good match
Question for Spook

What is a good handgun for a female with small hands but who wants a gun powerful enough to stop someone like Michael Brown or Trayvon Martin?

Do you think there will be nationwide riots if the Michael Brown grand jury does not give the answer that Al Sharpton wants?
They cannot kill a Spook

Taylor, MI

#72 Sep 5, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
<quoted text>
I have a question for Bizzy Bee , or anyone? I put up a larger Himmingbird feeder. I think it holds a quart. Before the birds lick all of the sugar water out, it changes color from clear to slightly milky.
I suppose the answer is change and put in new. What might cause this. I am new to feeding Hummingbirds.
To Dave, remember I talked about Blackboy? He passed in August. He was sweet right to the end. It was like he knew it was time to say his last good bye. He stayed very close to me, and spend a lot of time on my lap, quietly sleeping. He became extremely thin, and got to where he could barely have the strength to walk. His meow, became very weak. He could only walk a few inches at a time. I would pick him up and place him on my lap. But then He got to where it was time. I placed him in a little box. H e just streth all of the water in them, a cattle prod, in the flank, I have seen it knock them down. Each with their own markings, each with their own personality.
I may not be welcome here, I have tried to start threads about different things, I got no where on here. If I talk about someone, like they are a no good dog. Now that stupid stuff will bring out the worst in people. They cannot resist.
To Bizzy, I get to see a lot about University of Kentucky basketball on WLKY TV out of Lexington. They were in the Bahamas playing men that were pro players, men in their upper twenties. They lost only one game. They have 10 players, if split up all can be starters. They will start the season rated # 1 in the Nation. They have, I think 7 players of those great McDonald High School greats. They have talent beyond words. The # 1 recruited class in USA.
Spook, I tried to find that extremely old hay baler online. I seen several newer, that have the motor, and one belt driven, from a Farmall Tractor. It could have used a steam engine. But steam power, that I have heard about was the thrasher, pulled with steam tractor. I have seen the Super New Holland 77 in use. My Dad had the one with the Wisconsin, 2 cylinder, and you forked the hay into it. Pulled with a Ford-Ferguson. Does anyone know why if carried the Ferguson name? It was the solid gray tractor. Plus they had one the same size, called Ferguson, and it was solid gray. They had 3 forward gears, 1 reverse. My how times have changed, since those days.
One for Dave? If I said K-5, do you know what I mean? Or B- 61
I will have to do sone research on the hummingbird feeder problem
Ferguson was the inventor of live power and sone hydraulic / 3 point hitch interals. Ford was building the tractors here intil they parted ways. Many tractors did that. Pliver and cockshut were another cockshut was a canadian builder but had them sold in the US through oliver though zome cockshut only dealers were here too.
Tractors and heacy machinery have always been a strange bedfellows operation same today. Caterpillar small dozers track loaders and skidsteers are Mitsubishi machines. Gehl makes rubber tire skidsteers but the rubber tracked ones are Takeuchi. and the mini excavatirs were Neusom but now are yanmar..
I would bet many of the two and three bottom plows are of the same patent just licensed out to different brands. I bought a massey fergison teo bottome plow and one od the cast prackets was broken. No luck finding one through massey Ferguson. I was at an freinds and he had an 8.bottom John Deere plow and the same piece had the same casting number. So I stopped at a John Deere dealer askes about the casting number and they had two on the shelf. Around here that style plow was called Dearborn. Good chance someone that made parts for cars in Dearborn Michigan probably made all the plow parts and sokd them to dozens of tractor companies that made there own frames and painted the.to match theor tractors.
They cannot kill a Spook

Taylor, MI

#73 Sep 5, 2014
Pam wrote:
<quoted text>
Question for Spook
What is a good handgun for a female with small hands but who wants a gun powerful enough to stop someone like Michael Brown or Trayvon Martin?
Do you think there will be nationwide riots if the Michael Brown grand jury does not give the answer that Al Sharpton wants?
Shot placement is as important as caliber and power charge. I will assune that when you.use.ot you will be hyped up on adrenaline and not able to put a 22 round in each eye. So from that I have to go with a 9mm in either a.glock sig or a cz. Then it is up to you depending on how you are carrying it to decide on sub compact, compact or full size. With either of these you can find grips that you are comfortable with.
Now if this is to be for home defense I recomend a shotgun as well. Biden is an ass but nothing say stay out of my house like even a .410 with 9 shot when you get them in the through or in the inner thigh.

Back to the 9mm. I recommend staggering your loading of the magazines with full metal jacket and then a partion or hollow point. This way as you put a few rounds you will.get deep penetration into muscle and bobe as well as organ and tissue damage
They cannot kill a Spook

Taylor, MI

#74 Sep 5, 2014
Pam wrote:
<quoted text>
Question for Spook
What is a good handgun for a female with small hands but who wants a gun powerful enough to stop someone like Michael Brown or Trayvon Martin?
Do you think there will be nationwide riots if the Michael Brown grand jury does not give the answer that Al Sharpton wants?
Check Buckeye outdoor / Vance's if you are local to colmanistan area.

I figure there will be sone riots if we don't have a large scale Ebola breakout first.

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#75 Sep 5, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
<quoted text>
I have a question for Bizzy Bee , or anyone? I put up a larger Himmingbird feeder. I think it holds a quart. Before the birds lick all of the sugar water out, it changes color from clear to slightly milky.
I suppose the answer is change and put in new. What might cause this. I am new to feeding Hummingbirds.
To Dave, remember I talked about Blackboy? He passed in August. He was sweet right to the end. It was like he knew it was time to say his last good bye. He stayed very close to me, and spend a lot of time on my lap, quietly sleeping. He became extremely thin, and got to where he could barely have the strength to walk. His meow, became very weak. He could only walk a few inches at a time. I would pick him up and place him on my lap. But then He got to where it was time. I placed him in a little box. H e just stretched out, and in a few short hours, he was gone. It is very sad to write about him. He was a real Pal. He taught me a lot about how smart they are, how caring they are.
I have had many animals, many cats, some you could not touch, some stayed in my barns. I have owned hundreds of Cows over the years. They die with heart attacks, cancer. Some have stomach problems. I did my own A I, many would get cysts on the ovaries, some you could remove , some not, those have to move on. I have seen them killed by lightening, some by electrocution. With all of the water in them, a cattle prod, in the flank, I have seen it knock them down. Each with their own markings, each with their own personality.
I may not be welcome here, I have tried to start threads about different things, I got no where on here. If I talk about someone, like they are a no good dog. Now that stupid stuff will bring out the worst in people. They cannot resist.
To Bizzy, I get to see a lot about University of Kentucky basketball on WLKY TV out of Lexington. They were in the Bahamas playing men that were pro players, men in their upper twenties. They lost only one game. They have 10 players, if split up all can be starters. They will start the season rated # 1 in the Nation. They have, I think 7 players of those great McDonald High School greats. They have talent beyond words. The # 1 recruited class in USA.
Spook, I tried to find that extremely old hay baler online. I seen several newer, that have the motor, and one belt driven, from a Farmall Tractor. It could have used a steam engine. But steam power, that I have heard about was the thrasher, pulled with steam tractor. I have seen the Super New Holland 77 in use. My Dad had the one with the Wisconsin, 2 cylinder, and you forked the hay into it. Pulled with a Ford-Ferguson. Does anyone know why if carried the Ferguson name? It was the solid gray tractor. Plus they had one the same size, called Ferguson, and it was solid gray. They had 3 forward gears, 1 reverse. My how times have changed, since those days.
One for Dave? If I said K-5, do you know what I mean? Or B- 61
I think a quart of nectar is too much. I think the heat from the sun makes it murky.
I use a few cups at a time and wash in between each changing. See if that works.

I am a sports fan for Baseball and once in a while, Basketball...I get too into it so I have,to limit my viewing. LOLOLOL. I probably will watch LeBron, of course. I always liked him from the beginning. I don't like how he left the CAVS but like all other athletes, they go where the money is and he wanted a ring. Just happy he's back!
Hate football. Like Hockey!
Have a great weekend. It's so hot, hot, hot!

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#76 Sep 5, 2014
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
<quoted text>
Shot placement is as important as caliber and power charge. I will assune that when you.use.ot you will be hyped up on adrenaline and not able to put a 22 round in each eye. So from that I have to go with a 9mm in either a.glock sig or a cz. Then it is up to you depending on how you are carrying it to decide on sub compact, compact or full size. With either of these you can find grips that you are comfortable with.
Now if this is to be for home defense I recomend a shotgun as well. Biden is an ass but nothing say stay out of my house like even a .410 with 9 shot when you get them in the through or in the inner thigh.
Back to the 9mm. I recommend staggering your loading of the magazines with full metal jacket and then a partion or hollow point. This way as you put a few rounds you will.get deep penetration into muscle and bobe as well as organ and tissue damage
I still haven't purchased one yet!
=~{

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#77 Sep 5, 2014
Seriouslady wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks. I'l try to stay on the lookout for the kits. Got a box for her in the garage (covered part of the top) and she spends time in there. I put her in the box yesterday....she immediately jumped out.
My vet was here for the dogs today and said, in her opinion, Pinetree is pregnant again.:-( By our count, no more than two weeks. She told me to get in touch with Forgotten Cats and they will spay, worm and vet them and return them to here. Actually, I'll probably trap and transport them myself. Pinetree asap and Smokey when we figure the kittens are weaned and safe. They're 4 days old today.
It's glazier rock I have so much of. Every size shape and color. This land grows it. Beautiful for landscaping but the farmers hate it. My metal detecting buddy told me where there's quartz, there's gold. I let him 'hunt' here and have gotten him some other sites. This house was built in 1836.
I love that you live in a century home. Do you have a plaque?
I love the old porches that wrap around the house. They're so wonderful.
The critters are really keeping you hopping lately. That's so nice of you to take care of them. Like Spook, you both are great with the animals. I think spook is an animal whisperer!
Lol
They cannot kill a Spook

Taylor, MI

#78 Sep 5, 2014
BizzyBee wrote:
<quoted text>
I love that you live in a century home. Do you have a plaque?
I love the old porches that wrap around the house. They're so wonderful.
The critters are really keeping you hopping lately. That's so nice of you to take care of them. Like Spook, you both are great with the animals. I think spook is an animal whisperer!
Lol
I was raised by Big Black Cat, a Dark coat German Shepard and a Jersey Cow.. I was never much for spending time with humans.

“Cats rule.”

Since: Dec 09

Chardon Ohio.

#79 Sep 5, 2014
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
<quoted text>
I was raised by Big Black Cat, a Dark coat German Shepard and a Jersey Cow.. I was never much for spending time with humans.
You are lucky. Animals give more love and devotion than any human ever could. Why do you think I stick up for them so often. But I will say that Bizzy and SL know me personally as well as what I do, and they are good people. I cant wait to meet them someday as well as you too. Good friends are hard to come by nowadays. You would be very surprised at what I am really responsible for.

Since: Apr 10

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#80 Sep 5, 2014
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
<quoted text>
I was raised by Big Black Cat, a Dark coat German Shepard and a Jersey Cow.. I was never much for spending time with humans.
Lol
I just LOVE it!
=~}

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