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  • Renaming Your Rescue Dog {Pawnation OLD}

    Sep 4th 2011 6:46AM Sounds like Trooper has already hit the lottery. Bless you for taking this baby into your home.

  • Renaming Your Rescue Dog {Pawnation OLD}

    Sep 4th 2011 6:39AM Have renamed a couple of dogs in my day. A Llahso named Boober Boy...wasn't going to spend the next 15 years calling him that but didn't want to confuse him too much so just changed it to Boomer. The other was my current dog, a very large pekeingese. He's mostly black with white down his chest and on his paws. He came with the name Pugsley and I just thought that was too ugly for a cute little peke. Renamed him Tucker be cause he looked like he was dressed up in his best "best bib and Tucker".....lol. Admittedly I spent the first 2 months calling him Bandit which was my first pekes name. Thought I was going to have to change his name again, but eventually I was trained..lol.

  • Remove Rust from Stainless Steel - The Daily Fix {DIY Life}

    Dec 18th 2010 6:58AM I've found thast spraying the dirtiest of stainless steel sinks will become show room new by spraying on some Lysol Tub and Tile cleaner. Let stand for ten minutes and rinse. Voila! A beautiful shining sink with no sc rubbing.

  • Dog Makeover - A Shih Tzu Gets a Mohawk {Pawnation OLD}

    Dec 2nd 2010 6:47AM I am totally against this type of hair dyeing. This includes cutesy outfits,nail polish,etc. Let the dogs be dogs. Why try to embarass them? God made them plenty cute to start with. This is just another form of cruelty. Maybe the dog isn't in pain, but they have a good sense of self and can feel plenty embarassed.

  • Prison Outlet Store Sells Crafts Made by Inmates {Asylum}

    Dec 1st 2010 6:29AM I think these handmade gifts by the prisoners are great. Too bad they are only sold in state.

  • Prison Outlet Store Sells Crafts Made by Inmates {Asylum}

    Dec 1st 2010 6:24AM I think these handmade gifts by the prisoners are great. Too bad they are only sold in state.

  • Seven Movies That Made Audiences Sick {Moviefone Blog}

    Nov 7th 2010 5:57AM Yeah, I forgot about "The Tingler". A total gross out.
    As for "The Exorcist", I read the book first and didn't think too much about it. Then I saw the movie and Oh Boy what a difference!!! Once was more than enough. You couldn't pay me to see that one again.

  • Seven Movies That Made Audiences Sick {Moviefone Blog}

    Nov 7th 2010 5:52AM The movie that got to me was "The Day The Earth Stood Still" circa early 1950's. My parents took me to see it when I was 5 or 6 and I remember being doubled up in my seat with a terrible stomache. That giant robot just scared the bejesus out of me. A bit much for a chil;d so young.

  • Big Bopper's Son Describes Seeing the Dad He Never Met 48 Years After His Death {Spinner}

    Oct 25th 2010 6:49AM Like so many others, I remember well the "day that music died" and it was one of the saddest days of my then young life. (I'm 64 now). I remember how schocked I was and how sad that these three wonderful talents died too soon. The boppers son was granted a wonderful gift to "meet" his dad face to face after so many years. Too bad he had to grow up without his Dad. I know it was a great loss to him and his family. Rest in peace Big Bopper. Those of us remember and still miss you. I just hope The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame does the right thing and admits The Bopper, Ritchie and Buddy. Rest in peace all of you.

  • Cinematical Seven: Unwanted Supernatural Guests {Moviefone Blog}

    Oct 16th 2010 6:26AM First reaD "Exorsist" in book form. Didn't seem too scary so went to see it as a movie in the theater...BIG DIFFERENCE!! If you remember the promos for the movie, they showed the priest standing by a street light in siloette form. Shortly after seeing "Exorcist" I was watching TV one night. Across the street was the playground for the local school. we had a front door that was mostly glass and around 2:30 in the morning, I looked toward the door and there stood a man...tall...wearing an overcoat and carrying a small suitcase. Scared the bejesus out of me! I slid down in my chair. Turns out the guy with the overcoat and suitcase was from the airlines and was dropping off my Dads suitcase which took a different flight than he did. He saw the lights on and thought it would be a good idea to drop the case off. Biggest scare I'd had in my "young" life....lol