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  1. walnutqueen

    Ice on Fire

    SCIENCE, bitch!
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    RHoBH in the Media

    You're such a fucking liar, Rinna!
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    Unpopular Opinions

    Set that table for three, please. It feels like the bad old days of "Reds under the bed", only now it is "narcs" (I HATE that term!) on every ho'wife franchise. Don't even get me started on bullies, much less sociopaths/psychopaths. Step away from pseudo scientific clickbait sites, folks.
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    S06.E02: Tainted

    That reminded me of Sig Hansen (Deadliest Catch), who also had a "widowmaker" heart attack and is still going out fishing on the Bering Sea, where rescue/medical help is often hours away(or longer, in a bad storm or up by Russia). It seems foolhardy, and, dare I say, egotistical. It is all well and good to be going out there "living your true life to the fullest", but the stress and agony you're putting your family through, as well as the potential rescuers/recovery team who are often risking their lives to try to save you, doesn't seem justified, at least to me. I did love seeing the little fish offering to the grey jay. Good karma, Ray.
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    S11.E15: Life is Not a Cabaret

    I had no idea that wood stain was available in spray cans. Thanks, Barb!
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    Season Three Talk: FFwSB

    Seriously, YouTube?
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    S06.E01: Icebreaker

    @Tanstaafl - thanks for all the information you've given us. It is great to have someone here who is familiar with the area and can provide us with helpful insights and context.
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    Dear Diary: Question of the Day(s)

    Great minds think alike. F: Joey - he seems like a fun fuck M: Chandler - he's witty and malleable K: Ross - he needs killing
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    All Episodes Talk: Crime And Punishment

    I think the reason the "regular police" kept referring Lauren back to the campus police was because at least some of the campus cops were sworn police officers. Which makes their actions (or, more accurately, inaction) that much worse.
  10. I still have a pulse, so I must be OK. I'm wading through all the posts about last night's shitshow episode - by the time I finish, I'll have forgotten all the clever things I had to say about it!
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    Pet(s): Photos & Discussion

    @JTMacc99 - I am so very sorry for your loss. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful memories of Danny with us. I was smiling through my tears. @AgentRXS - My condolences on the loss of Princess/Mama Cat. She will have a special place in your heart and your memories forever. I wish I could tell stories about my dearly departed boys, but I'm one of those weirdo weepers who can't even think about them without the tears and snot flowing. Fucking menopause.
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    New To Primetimer!?

    Welcome, @howierules86. I hope you'll enjoy chatting with us - there's a LOT to talk about around these parts!
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    All Episodes Talk: Crime And Punishment

    Just watched last night's episode "She Did Everything Right" about Lauren McCluskey's murder at the University of Utah. Once again, the campus police dropped the ball. Parents should be very concerned about the culture of campus cops, since even those who are sworn police officers seem to adhere to different standards of policing.
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    Dr. Jeff, Rocky Mountain Vet

    I loved the wildlife rehab section. You are right - baby birds season is exhausting. We often had 100+ baby songbirds to look after, and it was non-stop feeding and cleaning from sunup until well after dark. The young babies need feeding every 20-30 minutes, so you just start at one end of the incubators & cages, and when you get to the other end, it's time to start all over again. I've never been so tired in my life! But seeing them fledge, learn to forage and fly off into the wild when you release them is the most rewarding thing you're likely to experience. As is caring for a sick or injured animal and returning it to the wild. I hope this segment encourages more people to volunteer with wildlife rescue & rehab places; domestic animals aren't the only ones who need our help.
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