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*helicopters*


~whistles and waves one dollar bills~ Shake it! SHAKE IT!!!

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*appears on a tree branch, grinning at Gran*


Well, I had this bit of slammin' salmon for you if you fell into the trap, but I guess TOZ gets it now.

*throws salmon to TOZ*


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NobodysHome wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Hey, Freehold! How've you been?

I am doing....

FAWESOME

I cant believe I didn't post about it sooner(actually, I blame the summer heat for that...105 with the heat index yesterday. I literally passed out from the heat)., but after 4 years, I finally have my bike back.

She has been modified to carry better brakes, larger wheels, better lights and everything.

The only modification I have yet to make is cutting off the bullhorns as due to changes in bike lane paint, I have a MUCH narrower passage and do not want to break someones side view mirror. I could also use a new seat and maybe a bell, but bells really arent my style.

But my god.

She is PERFECT.

PERFECT.

This is how I think about Freehold and his bike.

I thought you were going to go with this...

Dark Archive

Good morning FaWtLites! Hope everyone is doing well and having a good week so far. :)

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Just a Mort wrote:

And my mom is so bad on the Chinese food thing that she declares she can't live without rice.

I guess the Caucasian version is that you can't live without potatoes?

That's actually the Irish version, and it was proven very true at one point. :P


Been thinking of a theme song for FaWtL, here's what I've got so far. Based on this song which is a parody of this song:

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But it's gonna take words
A whole lot of random words
You know it takes so many words
To crash the site, child

We're gonna need puns
So many silly puns
It's gonna take so many puns
To crash it, to crash it, to crash it, to crash it, to crash it,
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Just a Mort wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Nothing quite like family.

Without question. Is my sister tactless and tasteless? Frequently.

She has this obsession with calling out my mother's family's WASP insularity... they eat nothing with any kind of seasoning or spice (or flavor, to be honest) other than salt and pepper, won't try anything outside of their narrow little box, won't explore anything the rest of the world has to offer, and turn up their noses at the suggestion that it might actually be good.

Does she say so non-offensively? Of course not. She's my sister.

Reminds me of my family, especially my mom who will stick pretty much to nothing but Chinese food. I think it's one of the things the older generation get(sorry if I'm insulting anyone). My Aunt is happy eating Japanese food and my Dad can be quite happy eating steaks, but too long of western cuisine(like what happened in Italy), and they'll have to find whatever passes for Chinese food in the country and eat it.

I probably have mentioned it before, but the only time I suffered from that was when I was in UK on a school trip. The salmon was over baked and dry, and they kept giving me fried fish and chips. I did try them with mash peas, and I'll say the taste is pretty unique.

Mushy peas, oh yes.

Did you have hot pie & peas?


LordSynos wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:

And my mom is so bad on the Chinese food thing that she declares she can't live without rice.

I guess the Caucasian version is that you can't live without potatoes?

That's actually the Irish version, and it was proven very true at one point. :P

Didn't Johnathan Swift solve that little problem with his Modest Proposal?

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gran rey de los mono wrote:

Well, I had this bit of slammin' salmon for you if you fell into the trap, but I guess TOZ gets it now.

*throws salmon to TOZ*

*jumps up and catches the salmon before TOZ gets it*

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Limeylongears wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Nothing quite like family.

Without question. Is my sister tactless and tasteless? Frequently.

She has this obsession with calling out my mother's family's WASP insularity... they eat nothing with any kind of seasoning or spice (or flavor, to be honest) other than salt and pepper, won't try anything outside of their narrow little box, won't explore anything the rest of the world has to offer, and turn up their noses at the suggestion that it might actually be good.

Does she say so non-offensively? Of course not. She's my sister.

Reminds me of my family, especially my mom who will stick pretty much to nothing but Chinese food. I think it's one of the things the older generation get(sorry if I'm insulting anyone). My Aunt is happy eating Japanese food and my Dad can be quite happy eating steaks, but too long of western cuisine(like what happened in Italy), and they'll have to find whatever passes for Chinese food in the country and eat it.

I probably have mentioned it before, but the only time I suffered from that was when I was in UK on a school trip. The salmon was over baked and dry, and they kept giving me fried fish and chips. I did try them with mash peas, and I'll say the taste is pretty unique.

Mushy peas, oh yes.

Did you have hot pie & peas?

No hot pie for me (as in no opportunity for it =() Mushy peas are used as a fry dip in the UK, which is culturally odd to me, but tastes fine.

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All companies complete! Now to get them all printed out tomorrow.

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John Napier 698 wrote:
Pittsburgh's thunderstorm is starting to give me one of those headaches. :(

Arg, I know how you feel. Good luck.


gran rey de los mono wrote:

Well, I had this bit of slammin' salmon for you if you fell into the trap, but I guess TOZ gets it now.

*throws salmon to TOZ*

*Pops in wearing a fishing hat full of lures and hooks*

So Gran, I'm hoping to bag another salmon today.
You want another side of smoked salmon? seasoned with drow poison and powdered glass like the last batch?

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Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Nothing quite like family.

Without question. Is my sister tactless and tasteless? Frequently.

She has this obsession with calling out my mother's family's WASP insularity... they eat nothing with any kind of seasoning or spice other than salt and pepper, won't try anything outside of their narrow little box, won't explore anything the rest of the world has to offer, and turn up their noses at the suggestion that it might actually be good.

Does she say so non-offensively? Of course not. She's my sister.

now I REALLY want to get your parents the greatest food ever made by mankind.

OMG that looks delicious.


There is a fan-fic writer next door.
Also cap has apparently gone on exodus for a while?
I have no news anchor alias, so this one will have to do.

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Just a Mort wrote:

And I can't believe my colleague is bringing instant noodles for her driving vacation around Europe(Germany, Switzerland, Austria, France, Netherlands if they can pack the time). But according to her, food in Europe is very expensive(I agree on that), especially in Switzerland and there's only so much European food they can take.

Though I thought the point of a vacation was to spend money?

Stroopwafel addiction can get expensive. But otherwise, food is not really expensive here.

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Limeylongears wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Nothing quite like family.

Without question. Is my sister tactless and tasteless? Frequently.

She has this obsession with calling out my mother's family's WASP insularity... they eat nothing with any kind of seasoning or spice (or flavor, to be honest) other than salt and pepper, won't try anything outside of their narrow little box, won't explore anything the rest of the world has to offer, and turn up their noses at the suggestion that it might actually be good.

Does she say so non-offensively? Of course not. She's my sister.

Reminds me of my family, especially my mom who will stick pretty much to nothing but Chinese food. I think it's one of the things the older generation get(sorry if I'm insulting anyone). My Aunt is happy eating Japanese food and my Dad can be quite happy eating steaks, but too long of western cuisine(like what happened in Italy), and they'll have to find whatever passes for Chinese food in the country and eat it.

I probably have mentioned it before, but the only time I suffered from that was when I was in UK on a school trip. The salmon was over baked and dry, and they kept giving me fried fish and chips. I did try them with mash peas, and I'll say the taste is pretty unique.

Mushy peas, oh yes.

Did you have hot pie & peas?

Now I'm hungry for Sheppard's pie


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Evil Kjeldorn wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:

Well, I had this bit of slammin' salmon for you if you fell into the trap, but I guess TOZ gets it now.

*throws salmon to TOZ*

*Pops in wearing a fishing hat full of lures and hooks*

So Gran, I'm hoping to bag another salmon today.
You want another side of smoked salmon? seasoned with drow poison and powdered glass like the last batch?

Let's cut out the middle man. Just send it straight to my enemies.


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Woran wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Nothing quite like family.

Without question. Is my sister tactless and tasteless? Frequently.

She has this obsession with calling out my mother's family's WASP insularity... they eat nothing with any kind of seasoning or spice (or flavor, to be honest) other than salt and pepper, won't try anything outside of their narrow little box, won't explore anything the rest of the world has to offer, and turn up their noses at the suggestion that it might actually be good.

Does she say so non-offensively? Of course not. She's my sister.

Reminds me of my family, especially my mom who will stick pretty much to nothing but Chinese food. I think it's one of the things the older generation get(sorry if I'm insulting anyone). My Aunt is happy eating Japanese food and my Dad can be quite happy eating steaks, but too long of western cuisine(like what happened in Italy), and they'll have to find whatever passes for Chinese food in the country and eat it.

I probably have mentioned it before, but the only time I suffered from that was when I was in UK on a school trip. The salmon was over baked and dry, and they kept giving me fried fish and chips. I did try them with mash peas, and I'll say the taste is pretty unique.

Mushy peas, oh yes.

Did you have hot pie & peas?

Now I'm hungry for Sheppard's pie

Please don't eat Sheppard's pie. He saved the universe (multiple?) times, and then you just go and eat his pie. You prick.


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Woran wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Nothing quite like family.

Without question. Is my sister tactless and tasteless? Frequently.

She has this obsession with calling out my mother's family's WASP insularity... they eat nothing with any kind of seasoning or spice other than salt and pepper, won't try anything outside of their narrow little box, won't explore anything the rest of the world has to offer, and turn up their noses at the suggestion that it might actually be good.

Does she say so non-offensively? Of course not. She's my sister.

now I REALLY want to get your parents the greatest food ever made by mankind.
OMG that looks delicious.

IT IS


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
So. How about those tacos? Darn tasty, right?

I like tacos? I've never tried my family on them before, but I know my aunt will take kebabs.

Also I tell people no mayo on my tacos. Seriously.

WHO THE F$!& PUTS MAYONNAISE ON TACOS!!!!!??

people without access to sour cream.


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Freehold DM wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
So. How about those tacos? Darn tasty, right?

I like tacos? I've never tried my family on them before, but I know my aunt will take kebabs.

Also I tell people no mayo on my tacos. Seriously.

WHO THE F$!& PUTS MAYONNAISE ON TACOS!!!!!??
people without access to sour cream.

WHO THE F+#* PUTS SOUR CREAM ON ANYTHING!!!!???

I don't like sour cream.

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Evil Kjeldorn wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:

Well, I had this bit of slammin' salmon for you if you fell into the trap, but I guess TOZ gets it now.

*throws salmon to TOZ*

*Pops in wearing a fishing hat full of lures and hooks*

So Gran, I'm hoping to bag another salmon today.
You want another side of smoked salmon? seasoned with drow poison and powdered glass like the last batch?

Powdered glass doesn't work!

And drow poison is listed as Type injury in archive of nethys so it can't be used for spiking food!


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No, you mix the sour cream with some finely chopped canned chipotle peppers in adobo sauce and you add some lime juice and cumin and some smoked red pepper and some other stuff.

On fish or shrimp tacos, it is awesome.


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lisamarlene wrote:

No, you mix the sour cream with some finely chopped canned chipotle peppers in adobo sauce and you add some lime juice and cumin and some smoked red pepper and some other stuff.

On fish or shrimp tacos, it is awesome.

I'm so torn. I don't want to move to Texas (or really, to even visit Texas), but I really want to try LM's cooking.


Just a Mort wrote:
Evil Kjeldorn wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:

Well, I had this bit of slammin' salmon for you if you fell into the trap, but I guess TOZ gets it now.

*throws salmon to TOZ*

*Pops in wearing a fishing hat full of lures and hooks*

So Gran, I'm hoping to bag another salmon today.
You want another side of smoked salmon? seasoned with drow poison and powdered glass like the last batch?

Powdered glass doesn't work!

And drow poison is listed as Type injury in archive of nethys so it can't be used for spiking food!

Ohhh little kitty…

It wasn't suppose to kill you.
*Grins*
Only 'Injure' you…

(logic: Injury-type poisons require access to the blood stream. -> Ground glass could especially in the 'chewing phase', cause minor cuts in the mouth, thus grant access to the blood stream (might also do so in the esophagus or stomach). -> Poisoned cat!)


::activates irminsul portal::
Quick, kit kit, this way!
The hungry scary man is back!

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*scurries over to the irminsul portal before she becomes someone's meal*

*Maos at LM*


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appears in thread with fancy bib on

I heard we are eating kitty.


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I'll be honest, as a European, I don't really get the 'White', 'Black' or '[insert colour here]' thing…
I mean, over here we got more shades of 'white' the your average colour-catalogue from the paint-shop.
(ie regionalism vs. ethnicity vs. nationalism vs. historical racial classification)

Freehold DM wrote:

...

the greatest food ever made by mankind.

Nope! its from the sea, thus it can't be the world's greatest food.

John Napier 698 wrote:
Pittsburgh's thunderstorm is starting to give me one of those headaches. :(

*Pats John on the back and offers him a couple of Paracetamol tablets*

gran rey de los mono wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
So. How about those tacos? Darn tasty, right?

I like tacos? I've never tried my family on them before, but I know my aunt will take kebabs.

Also I tell people no mayo on my tacos. Seriously.

WHO THE F~!& PUTS MAYONNAISE ON TACOS!!!!!??

*Makes 'Yuck' face*

(Danish) Remoulade is the closest thing to anything Mayonnaise-based I can stomach...

gran rey de los mono wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
So. How about those tacos? Darn tasty, right?

I like tacos? I've never tried my family on them before, but I know my aunt will take kebabs.

Also I tell people no mayo on my tacos. Seriously.

WHO THE F$!& PUTS MAYONNAISE ON TACOS!!!!!??
people without access to sour cream.

WHO THE F+~@ PUTS SOUR CREAM ON ANYTHING!!!!???

...

*Makes 'Yuck' face again*

lisamarlene wrote:

No, you mix the sour cream with some finely chopped canned chipotle peppers in adobo sauce and you add some lime juice and cumin and some smoked red pepper and some other stuff.

...

Now this is soundly more in my direction!

*scribbles down ingredients*


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Also, second day at the breeders.

Meet and handled more of the breeding stock.
Learnt to work the different machinery, we use on the horses. Seriously they have massage-machines for most of the horses and three horse thread-mills…Damn luxury horses ^_^'
Had to repair a pen.
Talked to a pair of darling foals as I was patching up their mommies.
Sallow, but long, gash on mommy no 1's (Chandra, I think ^^') leg, though we can't really figure how she got it...So a washing in iodine, salving and a bandage.
Mommy no 2 (Errr I can't remember yet ^^') had dried out so much below fetlock joint (backside) the skin was breaking, so she's in for a couple weeks of salving.
Foals got a nuzzling ^^ (weren't that keen at first, but as mommies couldn't run away, they stayed around)
Gave the horses new straw and hay.
And a lot of sweeping.

All in all, an okay day :p

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
More people probably know George Foreman as the grill guy rather than a boxer.

Guilty.


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Hermione is going out to the ranch with my mom to take care of the horses this morning and ride a bit. I want to go, too, but Val wants to stay at the house and swim this morning instead.

The funniest sight in the world is my daughter shoveling horse crap with a manure rake bigger than she is. She needs a stepladder to groom him.


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Kjeldorn wrote:

I'll be honest, as a European, I don't really get the 'White', 'Black' or '[insert colour here]' thing…

I mean, over here we got more shades of 'white' the your average colour-catalogue from the paint-shop.
(ie regionalism vs. ethnicity vs. nationalism vs. historical racial classification)

Freehold DM wrote:

...

the greatest food ever made by mankind.

Nope! its from the sea, thus it can't be the world's greatest food.

John Napier 698 wrote:
Pittsburgh's thunderstorm is starting to give me one of those headaches. :(

*Pats John on the back and offers him a couple of Paracetamol tablets*

gran rey de los mono wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
So. How about those tacos? Darn tasty, right?

I like tacos? I've never tried my family on them before, but I know my aunt will take kebabs.

Also I tell people no mayo on my tacos. Seriously.

WHO THE F~!& PUTS MAYONNAISE ON TACOS!!!!!??

*Makes 'Yuck' face*

(Danish) Remoulade is the closest thing to anything Mayonnaise-based I can stomach...

gran rey de los mono wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
So. How about those tacos? Darn tasty, right?

I like tacos? I've never tried my family on them before, but I know my aunt will take kebabs.

Also I tell people no mayo on my tacos. Seriously.

WHO THE F$!& PUTS MAYONNAISE ON TACOS!!!!!??
people without access to sour cream.

WHO THE F+~@ PUTS SOUR CREAM ON ANYTHING!!!!???

...

*Makes 'Yuck' face again*

lisamarlene wrote:
No, you mix the sour cream with some finely chopped canned chipotle peppers in adobo sauce and you add some lime juice and cumin and some smoked red pepper and some
...

there are plain takoyaki and cheese takoyaki too.

But those are for posers, like people who love Gundam Wing/X/00/SEED and not TRUE GUNDAM(Universal Century).

REAL TAKOYAKI FOREVER


Sour cream is delicious with pretzels. I have a friend who just straight-up won't eat preztels without sour cream, after trying it.

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So I have a Rav4 Hybrid XLE now. That's a thing.


Freehold DM wrote:

appears in thread with fancy bib on

I heard we are eating kitty.

It turns out I submitted the wrong post.

this is what i read trying to send before.


lisamarlene wrote:

Hermione is going out to the ranch with my mom to take care of the horses this morning and ride a bit. I want to go, too, but Val wants to stay at the house and swim this morning instead.

The funniest sight in the world is my daughter shoveling horse crap with a manure rake bigger than she is. She needs a stepladder to groom him.

Dung shovelin' - a surprisingly large part of your day when working with horses ^^'

Your daughter's a teensy little girl or just not that old yet?
(Heck, your mother could have large draft horses for all I know :P)

And stepladders are a must at a stable. How else would I get my fat ass up on a (170cm) 5'6 horse ^^


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
So I have a Rav4 Hybrid XLE now. That's a thing.

After you've had it for a little while, I want to hear how you like it... actual mileage and performance, not what the dealer says it's supposed to be, pros and cons, etc.

I like my little Civic hybrid a lot, but the mileage is, for a hybrid, pretty lousy, and it's not a good car for carrying anything (suitcases, a lot of groceries, bodies and bags of lime, etc.)


Freehold DM wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

appears in thread with fancy bib on

I heard we are eating kitty.

It turns out I submitted the wrong post.

this is what i read trying to send before.

Perfectly reasonable retort.

Also, I got it the first time around :p


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Kjeldorn wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Hermione is going out to the ranch with my mom to take care of the horses this morning and ride a bit. I want to go, too, but Val wants to stay at the house and swim this morning instead.

The funniest sight in the world is my daughter shoveling horse crap with a manure rake bigger than she is. She needs a stepladder to groom him.

Dung shovelin' - a surprisingly large part of your day when working with horses ^^'

Your daughter's a teensy little girl or just not that old yet?
(Heck, your mother could have large draft horses for all I know :P)

And stepladders are a must at a stable. How else would I get my fat ass up on a (170cm) 5'6 horse ^^

She's seven and a bit small for her age. (Her brother is five and the same height and weight).

"Her" horse is a palomino quarter horse. He is a retired barrel racing horse, I think nineteen years old. He's gentle and patient with her. My mom started teaching her to ride before she could walk.

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lisamarlene wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
So I have a Rav4 Hybrid XLE now. That's a thing.

After you've had it for a little while, I want to hear how you like it... actual mileage and performance, not what the dealer says it's supposed to be, pros and cons, etc.

I like my little Civic hybrid a lot, but the mileage is, for a hybrid, pretty lousy, and it's not a good car for carrying anything (suitcases, a lot of groceries, bodies and bags of lime, etc.)

Word, I'll try to remember. First day commute has been just fine, getting settled in. It definitely has cargo space.


lisamarlene wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Hermione is going out to the ranch with my mom to take care of the horses this morning and ride a bit. I want to go, too, but Val wants to stay at the house and swim this morning instead.

The funniest sight in the world is my daughter shoveling horse crap with a manure rake bigger than she is. She needs a stepladder to groom him.

Dung shovelin' - a surprisingly large part of your day when working with horses ^^'

Your daughter's a teensy little girl or just not that old yet?
(Heck, your mother could have large draft horses for all I know :P)

And stepladders are a must at a stable. How else would I get my fat ass up on a (170cm) 5'6 horse ^^

She's seven and a bit small for her age. (Her brother is five and the same height and weight).

"Her" horse is a palomino quarter horse. He is a retired barrel racing horse, I think nineteen years old. He's gentle and patient with her. My mom started teaching her to ride before she could walk.

your mom is awesome, as is your daughter and her horse.


Woran wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Pittsburgh's thunderstorm is starting to give me one of those headaches. :(
Arg, I know how you feel. Good luck.

Woran. You weren't here last year, when I was diagnosed with a Pituitary tumor. When I say "one of those headaches," I mean a tumor headache behind my right eye. If the air pressure drops low enough, the headache feels like a white-hot ice pick being driven behind my eye. The worst ones are completely debilitating, often making me want to curl up in a corner and almost wish for death. Non-prescription pain medicines don't work. But the headaches pass in a few hours, leaving me extremely tired. Oh, and I won't take narcotic pain meds for this, since I don't want to be an addict. For what it's worth.


lisamarlene wrote:

She's seven and a bit small for her age. (Her brother is five and the same height and weight).

"Her" horse is a palomino quarter horse. He is a retired barrel racing horse, I think nineteen years old. He's gentle and patient with her. My mom started teaching her to ride before she could walk.

Seems a good fit.

Former competition horses often do make for good introduction horses for young rider.
All the training hours poured into them often means you get a horse that's attentive to your signals/commands and used to a bit of everything due to its experience.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Woran wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Pittsburgh's thunderstorm is starting to give me one of those headaches. :(
Arg, I know how you feel. Good luck.
Woran. You weren't here last year, when I was diagnosed with a Pituitary tumor. When I say "one of those headaches," I mean a tumor headache behind my right eye. If the air pressure drops low enough, the headache feels like a white-hot ice pick being driven behind my eye. The worst ones are completely debilitating, often making me want to curl up in a corner and almost wish for death. Non-prescription pain medicines don't work. But the headaches pass in a few hours, leaving me extremely tired. Oh, and I won't take narcotic pain meds for this, since I don't want to be an addict. For what it's worth.

And to be fair Woran, most people would naturally assume migraines or a similar kind of headache (which totally suck, no doubt about that) with the language John uses for it. Don't feel bad for making that assumption because as John says, most of us knew what he was talking about without him having to spell it out every time.


Thanks, Vany.


About to cook off some Pizza Rolls. Just the thing I need to go with my Diet Mountain Dew.

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