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Old 01-14-2010, 11:06 PM   #11
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Don't you just hate when you get something all typed out & then hit the escape key.

Go to the main "settings" screen, select "general", adjust "auto-lock" time to NEVAR. Go back to main "settings" screen, scroll down a bit & select the "Kitty!" icon, then enable "loop".

I'm not a big fan of roaming packs of feral dogs. My roomie in college got us permission to hunt at his grandparents' land, but the GP told us specifically that we MUST shoot any non-collared dogs. It seems to be a widespread problem here.
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Because I'm in The Clubhouse and not The Bunker, I acronymed the "BF" part because this section of the forum is rated PG. I do live in Texas, but "BF Idaho" is a term commonly used for living in a remote location, Sensei.
I knew that, I knew that......it's the meds.......yea that's it.....the meds. Or maybe shooting dogs

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And, even though I'm remote, I DO have an iPhone because I'm a gadget guy, as you've probably already guessed. And Cabela's in Fort Worth is an hour away...was gonna take Tango's suggestion of using a wounded rabbit call and they don't have them here in BF.
I thought the code for today was East Dog Breath, Nevada????

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But I will persevere....them dogs will be MINE.
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Old 01-14-2010, 11:24 PM   #13
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Well....they're bad dogs....bad.....with big pointy teeth.

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And you're probably right about the BF thing, I'm a little out of touch with the urban dictionary.
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Cheap pet "squeakey" toys work.
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Here boy, here boy! Lay down........BANG!!! good boy.
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