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Jan. 2nd, 2005

Finally back from BR.  I had to wait at the ferry for almost an hour and a half, but I had my new teeny TV so I could watch the Simpsons not come on..  I was supposed to go hunting, but the guy copped out.  I did get to go shoot a lot of pool this last week, which was something I've been missing for a long time.  I'm still a spaz.

I'm going to be getting a dog sometime soon.  I haven't decided what breed, or what sex yet.  My family's raised and shown a few breeds, such as Cardigan Welsh Corgis and Dobermans (mostly those two), but we've had Huskies and Akitas, Beagles and GSDs.  I'm leaning towards either a GSD, a corgi, or a beagle, since I'm at least a little experienced there.  I still have to think about it awhile, as well as how much I want to spend on the puppy..  These babies get pricey..  but, I like dogs.  Any of you people have dogs?  I think you all have cats maybe.... I've surrounded myself with cat people and I guess I stand like a stoic beacon in the night.  Or somesuch.

I'm going to order a collapsible bike trailor for towing my bike home or to the shop.  I almost crushed my goddamn leg putting that thing in the truck and I'll undoubtedly do the same getting it back out.  I am tired of that damn stuff.  Seriously, jesus.

Anyone know of a good powdercoater of metal parts?  I need to have powdercoating done..

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furrysparkles
Jan. 3rd, 2005 04:24 pm (UTC)
I gots me one a dem dere dogs. :) Actually, I HAD me one, he lives with my parents now, since we've got 8 cats, and no good place for him here. He's the cutest thing ever. Husky/wolf cross. My deal with dogs is that they take a lot more time and effort, but are often much more affectionate and less pissy than cats. Dogs are like kids, cats are like roomies. I like them both a lot, personally, but I'm a crazy cat lady, so it's not like I can really talk. But remember, if you're gone for more than 2 days (and that long only with a dog door), you need a housesitter for a dog. Cats need no such thing, and can go a week or so without issues. Well, mostly, anyway!
floyd_mephit
Jan. 5th, 2005 11:53 am (UTC)
Yeah, I kenneled my dog for AC. I hate to have to do it but they looked reputable enough and they let me inspect the back area. I also got him bathed and knocked out the annual checkup IN WONNN BLOOOOOW !

Not exactly comfortable with people in my apt while I'm not there, so kennel's the way to go for a dog. Cats are less maintenance for sure, but I don't really dig the idea of keeping a box of their shit in my bathroom.
mrcougar
Jan. 3rd, 2005 04:36 pm (UTC)
umm get a cat! haahahhaah or I'll be forced to come over and show you what a cat does. ;)I had a dog I grew up with. I still like my cat, low maintenace.

Powder Coating is expensive but nice looking when done. unless theres one nearby its all mailed out and mailed back.
floyd_mephit
Jan. 5th, 2005 11:42 am (UTC)
is the shipping for parts expensive? They're heavy and all so I bet it's not cheap. Will they mail it back to my place directly?


A cat!?? pshhh, I think all you cats are crazy..
mrcougar
Jan. 5th, 2005 04:48 pm (UTC)
I'm not sure what shipping is, I guess check with UPS or USPS? I dont see why they ship it directly to you door.


A BIGCAT!! thats Bigcat, a sublte difference. ;)
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