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Rant: Why ask for help if you're not looking for any?
Old 01-04-2013, 08:56 PM   #81
 
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The red smiley looks entirely too happy there, RM :P
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Old 01-04-2013, 11:14 PM   #82
 
Teenagers! You can't live with them and you can't live without them. lol jk We have a lot of good kids here.
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Old 01-06-2013, 12:07 AM   #83
 
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Hey Y'all , I was readin along laughin and cussin and laughin agin lol , I was gonna post and now I dont know what say Are we talking about neglected advice ? dogs ? goverment funding or aliens now ? I fergot sory
Oh wait I member now , was talking bout the youngins I love my babbies got 2 super awsome ones daughter and a son , neverreally thought bout them turnin into teenagers though < scared> The world aint the same place it was 30 yrs ago , kids got so much more goin on now than we did when we were young so many dangers so many opertunites and its changeing so fast ....so fast . Just like this thread / post , we go from one thing to the next in a second without cause or worry of what we left behind . Be it a place we used to go and loved to ''hang'' at or a friend we will never see agin that lives 5 minutes away and are just to busy to stop and say ''hi'' untill we see them in the paper and think back on the time had and the time lost . Or just basic morals and everyday mannerisms that are all but gone now or seen as unnessesary to the next generation . We have to or need to rather slow down as a whole and take the time to look at and appreciate what we have got be it a goldfish , bulldog , student loan or a mail man that always says ''hi'' and of course the friends we share it all with ..new and old .
I know its off topic , but hey I did bring up the ''op'' atleast
godbless y'all , just wanted in on the conversation lol
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Old 01-06-2013, 12:13 AM   #84
 
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Jentrala, today I accidentally came across another one of your posts where you said that you were a teenager, and I have been feeling bad ever since. I am a parents of 2 grown kids and 1 teenager, and only my teenager has the heart for animals that you do. I would be really sad if someone jumped his case for trying to find a way to protect them. I do think it's important to watch out that your enthusiasm for animals doesn't become an excuse to be rude to somebody for not housing fish the way you know is right, i.e., for getting into their business more than is courteous. But teenagers are creatures of extremes, and I don't want to dampen your passion or make you scared to voice your opinion. So hang in there, and I'll be more careful next time.
Haha, it's cool. Don't feel bad :) I got a little heated and I shouldn't have. I do get really passionate and sometimes it gets the best of me. I'm sorry. You're right, I try not to get to far up into people's business, but sometimes its hard, especially when it's something that can be easily fixed. Anyways, no hard feelings at all, I promise :)
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Old 01-06-2013, 12:18 AM   #85
 
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Oh and don't worry about being careful, I can take it, promise. I need to be challenged sometimes, so I don't get too out of touch. If that makes sense haha. :D
I've just always been raised alongside dogs, cats, raccoons, rats, ponds, possums, squirrels, ferrets, hamsters, the list goes on. So sometimes I get defensive when I shouldn't, I'm sorry if I came off as rude. :)
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Old 01-06-2013, 12:23 AM   #86
 
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I'm so proud!
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