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Old 12-25-2012, 05:57 PM   #19061
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The dog is definitely not allowed in the house. I love my dog and he has a nice dry place to sleep out of the snow and the rain with a nice soft pad and he has a house with straw in it but he lays in the snow... Not my fault...
That's too bad. Dogs need companionship.
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That's too bad. Dogs need companionship.
That kind of depends on the breed. A great pyranees could probably care less as long as he gets fed and is with the flock. A German Shepard is out of place if not with the family.
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That's too bad. Dogs need companionship.
I spend a lot of time with my dog. He's my best buddy. But he's a little antisocial, I'll go out in the yard to play with him and after awhile he'll wander off to be by himself.
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That kind of depends on the breed. A great pyranees could probably care less as long as he gets fed and is with the flock. A German Shepard is out of place if not with the family.
Dogs are pack animals and do much better when the have companionship regardless of the breed. A Great Pyranees probably would care less, but I'll bet he would do better with companionship other than just the flock.
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Made the best out of today that was possible. Just ate dinner with the fellas, one being a guy who I worked with regular for a while. We both were deckhands and now both mates with our own boats.

Interesting to see the progression. Nice to be able to catch up with a friend you've not seen in a while. I miss my family like crazy though.

My heart and thought go out to those who are away from family for Christmas and much respect and many thanks to the men in women serving in the armed forces.

Again, merry Christmas.
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Made the best out of today that was possible. Just ate dinner with the fellas, one being a guy who I worked with regular for a while. We both were deckhands and now both mates with our own boats.

Interesting to see the progression. Nice to be able to catch up with a friend you've not seen in a while. I miss my family like crazy though.

My heart and thought go out to those who are away from family for Christmas and much respect and many thanks to the men in women serving in the armed forces.

Again, merry Christmas.
Merry Christmas to you, and hopefully you get back to your family soon.
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Well, my AR is complete, the mags are loaded, and it's snowing sideways. The second it's stops snowing it's time to start pulling the bang switch.
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Well, my AR is complete, the mags are loaded, and it's snowing sideways. The second it's stops snowing it's time to start pulling the bang switch.
What? It snows? In Texas?
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What? It snows? In Texas?
Extreme northern texas(bout 150 miles from AR) gets hit w blue northers pretty frequently
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Extreme northern texas(bout 150 miles from AR) gets hit w blue northers pretty frequently
Do they have mountains?
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