And you're RIGHT
Yeah that would be ideal. Unfortunately that would put him at risk of another doggo attack since he was in the yard :(
Relocating box turtles usually condemns them to a slow death (research backs this up.) http://www.gctts.org/node/300
My reptile vet friend said put him back where you found him after washing the bleeding scute areas with mild soap & tepid water (make certain there are no injuries to the turtle's head/limbs.) Those injuries will heal.
I was there when it happened, my friends and I were literally just about to leave when a waitress started screaming about someone having been shot. Everyone in the restaurant starts running, either into the kitchen or outside before the doors were locked. Some people had flipped over tables and were hiding behind them. I ran into the kitchen with literally most of the restaurant, and thought that was where I was going to die. The scariest thing about it was that we had no idea what was going on—first I thought it was an active shooter, then I heard it was targeted, then I heard it was a drive-by.
The most recent thing I read is that someone who is the caretaker for a mentally challenged person left said person alone (in his car with a loaded unsecured firearm) while checking on the wait time at Another Broken Egg. The caretaker is in jail with bail set at $12K.
Hm, interesting. I didn’t see it happen, but people I talked to said they saw a car pull up in a parking space, then someone stuck a gun out the window and shot 3 times before the car pulled away.
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Piers working as designed. You can see the difference. If I was that contractor who did those two houses on the left, I'd be making this picture a part of my marketing plan.
Edit: As someone pointed out, they are also called 'pilings' in some areas. Some more info from a local real estate site:
"Most Outer Banks homes are constructed on a pier or piling foundation. Typically,
8” x 8” pilings are placed at least 8 feet in the ground (16 feet in the ground
for homes closer to the ocean). The pilings are set by injecting water into the
ground and are held in place by the pressure of the sand."
Too bad there's no longer an actual road to get to the houses. Leaving dunes instead of razing them for houses could've helped : /
Ya got me for $40- I also know a decent amount about houseplants if you ever want to bounce anything off me (I post my fancy Gesneriads in IndoorGarden, but I keep/propagate all the common ones too.)
Those look like some sort of flowering bulbs, DON'T EAT!!!! Where are you & did you take this pic this week?
Get 'em while they're tiny!!
FMK.... Angel, Giles, Warren
Let The Right One In (the original.) Bizarre, beautiful, sad
Also- try to integrate a bit better into your community so you have people watching out for you. Make sure to talk to as many non-threatening people as possible even if it's only your elderly neighbor and the nice cashier at the store where you shop. It's easier for guys to target outsiders because you don't belong there and don't have ties to the local community.
THIS. Some of their motivation is absolutely territorialism, & you are "other." Still not your damn fault, I'm so sorry : /
I've killed two (& I'm pretty experienced with houseplants,) yours looks AMAZING
Dug it, worth it
Face says high school the tits say pornstar.
Boobs say aftermarket
Can somebody wade through that pub (I've tried twice) and riddle me this:
How is onset age of P related to likelihood of PsA? For example, this hell kicked in for me at age 45 (F.) I've never had any skin issue (although both my Mom & maternal grandfather had P, I know my Mom has PsA.)
Thank you in advance : )
Type I usually happens before 40, has a genetic component, and increased risk of PsA.
Type II usually happens after 40, has no genetic component, and a lower risk of PsA.
We think it's a young Sulcata, need more pics & banana for scale
Edit: agreeing with zgnichols, it's an escaped pet & needs to be inside before it get cold : /
Put this on the revised one too, but here goes-
Take a sip when Faith says "Hey B," & when some gives/gets "forbidden love" eyes (Buffy/Angel, Xander/Cordy, Willow/Xander, Wesley/Cordy, Tara/Willow, etc. etc.) Chug whenever somebody gets locked in the library AV cage (& kudos if you understand why schools had AV cages.)
Haven't pondered this for long, but I've watched the series twice & I have to add something.....take a sip when Faith says "Hey B," & when some gives/gets "forbidden love" eyes (Buffy/Angel, Xander/Cordy, Willow/Xander, Wesley/Cordy, Tara/Willow, etc. etc.) Chug whenever somebody gets locked in the library AV cage (& kudos if you understand why schools had AV cages.)
According to his Wiki, he's tight with George Nader : P
There are several birds of prey that eat cicadas- they generally snap the wings off before consuming. Bird-eating accipiters (Cooper's Hawks & Sharp-shins) do the same before tearing into songbirds : /
Go to the Southern Living website, and search "Alabama Roadtrip," same for Mississippi
That bird needs help if you can get that close.
It depends. When they're migrating they can get pretty tired and hungry if the weather shifts. I've experience fallouts before where warblers will forage around your feet. If they're exhausted, they just focus on eating and resting.
Velveeta is only used for grilled cheeses
What does "Ethnic" poster mean?
oh my sweet summer child (kinda NSFW)
"Here is a good man, good by his own lights and the lights of his friends: he is faithful and true to his wife, he adores and lavishes attention on his little children, he cares about his country, he does his job punctiliously, as best he can. So, efficiently and good-naturedly, he exterminates Jews: he appreciates the music that plays in the background to pacify them; he advises the Jews not to forget their identification numbers as they go into the showers—many people, he tells them, forget their numbers, and take the wrong clothes, when they come out of the showers. This calms the Jews: there will be life, they assure themselves, after the showers. And they are wrong. Our man supervises the detail taking the bodies to the ovens; and if there is anything he feels bad about, it is that he still allows the gassing of vermin to affect him. Were he a truly good man, he knows, he would feel nothing but joy, as the earth is cleansed of its pests.
Leave him; he cuts too deep. He is too close to us and it hurts."
Something that has stuck with me from Niel Gaimen's American Gods.
thank you for summoning up the passage I IMMEDIATELY thought of ; )
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