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Old 06-13-2015, 04:59 PM   #21
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We had a cat with something like that, and the main thing I learned from the experience is that you can spend an unbelievable amount of money on vet bills.
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Old 06-13-2015, 05:02 PM   #22
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So I guess your forced to behave yourself Hdavis. Thats good and bad. I heard this week they found sweet drinks like soda or fruity drinks are linked to fatty liver thanks to corn syrup. Getting tougher to take care of ourselves everyday.
I can get by just skipping alcohol, usually. If I'm burning the candle at both ends and eating a lot of fatty food, that'll get me. I have to treat myself with at least a degree of respect.
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I understand the Wisconsin situation.

All of my aunts, uncles and cousins were from WI. Since I grew up 15 miles from WI, I spent a lot of time there during the whole summer. The usual routine was going to a small town bar that hung a sheet from a cloths line in the back and people spread blankets on the ground and watched movies outside. - It was great entertainment for kids in a small, unincorporated town. In the bar, you were allowed if you could be small enough to sit on the bar or look over the bar. A minimal amount of hard liquor was sold and almost all beer. The preferred hard liquor was traditionally brandy. Some of the bars are still there many years later.

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