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post #27436 of 27817 Old 12-04-2019, 12:33 PM
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Over here in coastal central FL we have random but a surprising number of flesh eating bacteria infections. In warm fresh water and salt water too.

Did the dog have anything like that? And I know about butt loads of money...my Catahoula gets stitches out of his nine inch incision tomorrow. Second cancer surgery in the five years I've had him. And the folks that rescued him from the Orlando pound before me had to spring for heartworm treatment which I understand ain't very cheap either.

But they are family and rate such treatment.
It was a hard/soft mass that was bald and even though it was getting smaller it would secrete blood/fluid once in a while. doctor called it an infected tumor. Hopefully the biopsy comes back benign. Yeah family, but dad cleans her up right?


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post #27437 of 27817 Old 12-04-2019, 01:10 PM
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We have a cousin that always says when someone in the family does or says something stupid that you do not get to choose your family. He has a point. lol.

Pets on the other hand are family that you did get to choose.
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Over here in coastal central FL we have random but a surprising number of flesh eating bacteria infections. In warm fresh water and salt water too.
A little girl here locally died this summer from something similar. Some brain-eating thing that she got from water. She was in a coma for almost a week before she died.

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Expansion time. Only 4wd lately is on the farm in the truck. Finally did get shaft replaced on the rzr after losing a wheel when the hub nut decided to exfil

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Had an awesome job interview today. Took a new job on the spot. My next adventure in life is working on US Postal vehicles. Older and simpler technology than the 2020 impossible BS creature feature stuff that pays no money for diagnostics and pure BS. The good tech in todays world is the guy getting screwed. The Stealerships just lost another veteran through attrition and bs. I have been looking for this type of job forever. It came off the most obscure and vague craigslist add ever. I hope and pray that it is everything I think it is. I am soooo excited for the way everything went and have never felt more positive about a job in my life. This was a three hour long interview and walk through the facility and process after a couple of very long and comprehensive phone interviews. BTW. I feel that in my place in life that the interview process is more about me interviewing a potential employer more than them interviewing me. This one feels like the biggest home run that fits my place in life more than ever. I am soooo excited that I would just flat out pee myself if I was either a ticklish girl or a very happy dog.

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post #27442 of 27817 Old 12-06-2019, 07:23 AM
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Had an awesome job interview today. Took a new job on the spot. My next adventure in life is working on US Postal vehicles. Older and simpler technology than the 2020 impossible BS creature feature stuff that pays no money for diagnostics and pure BS. The good tech in todays world is the guy getting screwed. The Stealerships just lost another veteran through attrition and bs. I have been looking for this type of job forever. It came off the most obscure and vague craigslist add ever. I hope and pray that it is everything I think it is. I am soooo excited for the way everything went and have never felt more positive about a job in my life. This was a three hour long interview and walk through the facility and process after a couple of very long and comprehensive phone interviews. BTW. I feel that in my place in life that the interview process is more about me interviewing a potential employer more than them interviewing me. This one feels like the biggest home run that fits my place in life more than ever. I am soooo excited that I would just flat out pee myself if I was either a ticklish girl or a very happy dog.
Awesome... congratulations. Maybe they have an old DJ hidden in some corner that you can tinker with too.

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Had an awesome job interview today. Took a new job on the spot. My next adventure in life is working on US Postal vehicles. Older and simpler technology than the 2020 impossible BS creature feature stuff that pays no money for diagnostics and pure BS. The good tech in todays world is the guy getting screwed. The Stealerships just lost another veteran through attrition and bs. I have been looking for this type of job forever. It came off the most obscure and vague craigslist add ever. I hope and pray that it is everything I think it is. I am soooo excited for the way everything went and have never felt more positive about a job in my life. This was a three hour long interview and walk through the facility and process after a couple of very long and comprehensive phone interviews. BTW. I feel that in my place in life that the interview process is more about me interviewing a potential employer more than them interviewing me. This one feels like the biggest home run that fits my place in life more than ever. I am soooo excited that I would just flat out pee myself if I was either a ticklish girl or a very happy dog.
Praise the Lord! God is good all the time! He does not always work and move on our schedule but always in a perfect timing.

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I picked up a new jack a couple months ago, and now I have upgraded it with this pro eagle extension.
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I picked up a new jack a couple months ago, and now I have upgraded it with this pro eagle extension.
You’ve inspired me to replace my orings in my old jack and make one of those! I don’t know why I never thought of something like that
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You’ve inspired me to replace my orings in my old jack and make one of those! I don’t know why I never thought of something like that
I know, right? Looks super useful. I usually end up with a piece of 4x4 between the jack and the frame.
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T shirts still available in various sizes...

Grey T shirts available for sale. $10 each until gone if you are in the long sleeve order. $15 if you did not order a long sleeve... PM me first for size and once confirmed then paypal....

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You’ve inspired me to replace my orings in my old jack and make one of those! I don’t know why I never thought of something like that
I know, right? Looks super useful. I usually end up with a piece of 4x4 between the jack and the frame.
Looks like a great scrap metal project
I’ve got some 1/2” rounds in my collection that’ll do for the adjuster pin. A couple nesting pipe drops should be scroungable.

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Ok Tim, I’ll see your angry bird eyes and raise you two light bars, 8 pods and whatever the hell you’d call this contraption.
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