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  1. PaulMys
    11-16-2013 08:34 PM
    PaulMys
    Yup! I would imagine you & I are around the same age, and long work stints sure start to suck! And, yes- what the hell was so bad with THAT guys day that he had to post that response to Al's post? Jeez! Oh well, some people have bad days. I liked Al's reply to his post, though!
  2. PaulMys
    11-16-2013 08:22 PM
    PaulMys
    Well, no. 43 but I feel 83! Six straight days of slinging around hundreds of cement blocks & timbers to block boats on land somehow doesn't feel as good as when I was 25! LOL!! Can't wait to relax w/ some NFL tomorrow. (After washing my truck, of course. But that doesn't really feel like work!)
  3. PaulMys
    11-16-2013 08:13 PM
    PaulMys
    Yeah, all of those towns are muddled in my memory as it has been almost 30 years. Rogers! I remember that one, too.
  4. PaulMys
    11-16-2013 07:41 PM
    PaulMys
    Bella Vista! See? I still have one or two brain cells unaffected by alcohol!
  5. PaulMys
    11-16-2013 12:32 AM
    PaulMys
    Like I said, give me and the wife a yell on the dog subject when the time comes. And..... Yes! Your Joplin is where I saw this! I remember Benton, Stopping in Branson for some some fun, and one town that the name eludes me. It seemed like a country club or something, and all I can remember of it was a raised brick facade with the name embellished in white letters as you passed by on the highway. Anyway, alarm goes off at 5:30 here, and I have to hit the hay. Great talking with you, and hope everything works in your favor, Stacy. t/c my friend.
  6. PaulMys
    11-16-2013 12:09 AM
    PaulMys
    Well, properly raised, to tell the truth, (and it depends on the particular dog) they would probably just bark and aggressively "nip" at an attacker. These are dogs who are not "one owner" like a German or a Rotty. they are terriers, which equals: I will please all humans who have bred me to chase and kill all vermin. In the case of the APBT, Stafforshire terrier, etc. this unfortunately means that sometimes they are other dog aggressive from birth. The middle one of my 3, I still have to actively work with to this day on this, and she is almost 7 years.
  7. PaulMys
    11-15-2013 11:53 PM
    PaulMys
    Hey! Your pic of the "praying hands" just came up to the top. It has been too long... What town is that in? I saw this with regularity on my trips from KC to Arkansas. Help an old man out, will ya'? LOL!
  8. PaulMys
    11-15-2013 11:42 PM
    PaulMys
    Lmao! Well, if you are into the walks, and the "intimidation" factor is important to you, a pitty will be a good choice. Disclaimer, though: If properly raised, any human within a 50' radius will be greeted by a lowered head and intensely wagging tail, which will most likely blow your cover.
  9. PaulMys
    11-15-2013 11:25 PM
    PaulMys
    Cool. Don't be afraid to bend my ear on this subject. LOL @ "like 'em big" Golden labs are fairly big breed, up to 110 lbs. and are great and well-tempered family dogs. Another thing is, say you run short of time on a particular week and can't give the Lab all the attention and exercise it would need. No big deal. If this happens with my 3 pitty girls, even though they are absolute angels inside the house, I can expect to find at least one hole in my yard big enough to throw a kiddie pool into if left alone for 2 minutes. To say Pits are high-maintenance dogs, with a need for constant stimulus is maybe not accurate of the entire breed, they do need to be more mentally challenged than most.
  10. PaulMys
    11-15-2013 10:59 PM
    PaulMys
    That's awesome. Pits get along w/ just about any domesticated animals. Small, fast- moving wild animals however, will trigger their inner terrier instincts. As for beagles,which are great dogs, if you loathe the "whiners" consider that any disturbance encountered by them will be met with a very loud and resounding BOOO...OOOOR beagle "howl". This was bred into them to alert hunters. Not sure if you already know all of this, just letting you know from my and Gabi's personal experience. (She works at our towns animal hospital, which has close ties with our shelter.)

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