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Anita
Idaho & Alabama
Interests: Reading, animals, reading, animals. Did I say....reading & animals?
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If the books you are pirating are no good, as you're saying here, then why are you even bothering with trying to sell them? If an author's books are crap, why are you promoting them? You're the one with the problem. You don't even justify a response.
Toggle Commented Sep 6, 2009 on Piracy at Dispatches from the Flying M
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Sorry, my gag reflex is over-reacting.
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It flew airlift missions worldwide....Europe, Middle East, Africa, Mediterranean Sea, Caribbean, Central and South American, and across Pacific islands to the Asian-Pacific Rim. My brother did an airdrop in a John Wayne movie with one of these planes.
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C-130 Hercules also known as the "Herky Bird".
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Don't diss the Cumberland Gap please! :)
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I think "hiking the Pacific Crest Trail" would be a better euphemism. Buenos Aires is coastal enough. Nonetheless he should move to Argentina and learn the tango. His family would probably be happier.
Toggle Commented Jun 26, 2009 on Sanford Must Go at Dispatches from the Flying M
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Thanks for passing this along. It is totally ridiculous.
Toggle Commented May 31, 2009 on Liddy at Dispatches from the Flying M
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I'm happy to re-read the review in a different place. And you're already famous. But I know what you mean. Peace.
Toggle Commented May 13, 2009 on Red Room at Dispatches from the Flying M
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I guess that was dumb. I already have them to look at your blog and could just refer them.
Toggle Commented Apr 25, 2009 on L.A. Times at Dispatches from the Flying M
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How do I connect this message to a couple of friends in SoCal?
Toggle Commented Apr 25, 2009 on L.A. Times at Dispatches from the Flying M
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Neat photo of the vermilion flycatcher. soon even the Arctic won't be recognizable.
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good photos...do you have a telephoto lens?
Toggle Commented Apr 9, 2009 on Surprise guest at Dispatches from the Flying M
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I bet it was cute as could be.
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We'll hope it all turned out okay for the baby beaver.
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Beautiful
Toggle Commented Mar 31, 2009 on Tombstone Rose at Dispatches from the Flying M
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Delineated.
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Back to the raccoons, we got in one time at the shelter four baby raccoons. They were SO CUTE. Loving, cute, so we took them to the rescue lady in Boise who was detested by Fish and Game because she didn't do things the way they thought things should be done. Anyway, they were rehabbed and either live with her or are out on their own. You can't just relocate raccoons when they're that young as their mother takes care of them and they are unable to care for themselves. Same with squirrels in the fall or winter. They already have their winter supply of food delienated. Anyway.
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Thanks jeff. Later....me
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I appreciate it. I'm trying to figure out how to put a profile pic in here with no success. Beavers.....you cared for a lost beaver young? Expand on that..... We got a beaver in one time (no dirty joke :)) that was injured and needed put down. I could not find a vein to save my life. Learned that large ridge in the middle of the back of the tail was NOT a vein. I've found raccoon babies are adorable, though in the wild they grow up mean. There is a lady in Boise who does rescues for raccoons, badgers, etc. She has badgers that will run up to her in anticipation of being with her. And they can be some badass animals!
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Enlighten me as how to put my pic in.
Toggle Commented Mar 30, 2009 on Changes at Dispatches from the Flying M
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