Stream Of Consciousness
Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-23 16:58:49
ID: 50715
I'm so sad. Two years ago we rescued an older dog. I've written here about how the three dogs across the street were allowed to roam the neighborhood, and one day they came barreling out of their house, charged us and attacked. My dog was fine with them before that. The first time they met they just happily barked at each other, but after the attack they became mortal enemies. Not only that, but he now hates all dogs. We've been working with our vet & local shelter recently, trying to adopt a hurricane rescue. But every dog he sees, he wants to basically kill. We're now going to be working with a trainer to re-socialize him with other dogs, but today broke my heart. There was the sweetest, cutest little girl from FL (the vet recommends a female) but it was a no go. I wanted to give her a loving home so badly.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-23 16:57:02
ID: 50727
In response to a confession. Um, no. Equifax should not just give everyone an automatic 800 credit score. My credit score is actually a little higher than that, and I busted my ass for years and years to get it there, pulling it up from a 500. It's hardly fair to me or others to just have people scores magically become the same as mine.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-23 16:53:55
ID: 50714
In response to a confession. Not lying here at all. I smoke. I'm 48 and the only wrinkles I have are on the corner of one eye - because I sleep with that side of my face smushed into the pillow - and some worry lines. Other than that my face is smooth, I don't have to wear foundation, and people think I'm in my late 20s or in my 30s.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-23 16:53:31
ID: 50716
Equifax should just give everyone who got breached (through their system) an automatic 800 credit score if they agree to not sue.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-23 16:02:03
ID: 50725
I'm so tired of having fat thighs. I'm pretty decently proportioned except for my ugly ass, pasty white thunder thighs. I hate them.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-23 02:46:40
ID: 50717
My niece sent me a birthday card that made me cry. I just love her so much and the things she wrote were so touching. We're a lot alike except she's the improved 2.0 version, lol. She's just amazing. I'm flying up to her city for the Breeders concert and I can't wait to see her! She's a teacher, a feminist activist, a bass player and at 24 moved to a new city alone. I know I'm gushing but she really is something.
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Posted by: Spectra
2017-09-22 22:35:42
ID: 50713
So...random idea. I came across a book on beekeeping. I have been toying with the idea of starting a hive for a while. I would have the space for it on our farmland and there is a lot of plant life out there for them to be well-fed. Plus, well, you save bees and get free honey. I'm seriously considering this!! Does anyone know any beekeepers? I'm wondering what it's actually like. I mean, my grandpa was an apiary entomologist and he was always visiting people's hives, but I never got to see them close up (plus I was a kid and didn't know much about the logistics).
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-22 22:02:07
ID: 50711
When I get gifts like that, I either donate them or regift them to someone who has that kind of taste. Like a yard ornament--I wouldn't use that either, but my MIL loves that sort of thing, so I might give it to her.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-22 19:59:50
ID: 50709
In response to a confession. I like the theory that all famous people are actually Monarch mind controlled sex slaves for the elite. That one is a cracker. It would be sick if it wasn't so fucking ridiculous. Another great celebrity one is that that some of them are "dead" and replaced by clones. Eminem is a classic example. They take a picture of him, fresh faced and young, and then compare it with him now he's been through drug addiction and wonder why he now looks all gaunt and dead-eyed. The logical conclusion is not natural ageing, starving the body of nutrition and the hell of drug addiction, but obviously that he has been replaced with some sort of evil robotic clone. They say the same about Avril Lavingne and Miley Cyrus. Look into it, it's good for a few laughs.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-22 19:51:08
ID: 50707
EGD and colonoscopy are done. Aside from four attempts at starting the IV (rolling veins), it went OK. EGD shows 'gastric varices pointing to diagnosis of cirrhosis.' Colonoscopy shows: 'Diverticulosis in the sigmoid colon. Two polyps (2 mm and 8 mm) resected and retrieved. One suspicious 5 mm polyp in rectum resected and retrieved. Awaiting path reports for malignancy.' Yeah, it doesn't sound good......
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