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- Description: Hartz Flea Drops is a safe and effective way to keep the little b It not only kills the flea and tick along with their eggs and but also prevents their return.uggers out of your house.
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I did not get the flu shot. I have only gotten it once in my life I think. I would say that I don't nolarmly get the flu very often, but I realize that that means I could still carry it. I know that a colleague once told me that the reason we no longer die from the common flu like people used to in the 1800 s is because enough people get vaccinated now that it has controlled the virus. Therefore, if everyone suddenly decided not to get it, it could become a much more serious virus like it used to be. I know this means that I should do my part and get it too, but I don't like the idea of injecting something foreign into my body. I might consider getting it next year now though after thinking about this again. Thanks for the info, it was insightful!
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:) Thank you, Waves (though I am SURE that must not really be your name!! :) for the kind initvation to post at your site! I had never really thought much about the mechanics (the driving force) behind our desire/need to collect...it is a very interesting topic to consider. Do you know, as soon as I began to think about the matter, I was reminded of your (lovely) Virginia Woolf quote...she needed the illumination of others' eyes---a reflection of how they saw her, perhaps, and who they thought she was; she collected, in a way, people, and their attentions, I think, to feel more complete; and yet because of this she was not sure, herself, of exactly who she was. And I think it might be a lot of this...I cannot imagine living in an empty, white room, with nothing to reflect who I am, and what is important to me--how would you truly know who you are, as a person? As you do, I too collect books--I was SOOO jealous of that lovely wall of books I saw, behind you in so many pictues! :). And I display them...some are books I have read many times, others books I may never get around to. But they reflect, in part, who I am, and what makes me happy in Life. The same is true for my kitties (yes, I collect stray kitties too!)...I have 5, in my little townhouse)...but they help to complete me, and they help to make my life---the space I inhabit in this world---happier, and richer, and more peaceful. And art, and our eclectic clothing and furnishings...all of these things that we see out in the world, and just KNOW...just inherently understand that they would be so wonderfully at home in our domiciles...the little safe-havens we have carved out for ourselves. I think, really, collecting for many of us is about surrounding ourselves with the things that we see as reflecting who we are, and the things we know will make us happier, just by surrounding us in the our worlds..without books around me, I would feel lost. :) I'm sorry, I'm rambling on much too long. Thank you for a very interesting post!! I hope you have a wonderful Monday, sincerely, Chris R.
Hartz sucks bigtime. They have so many lawstius against them and more are always pending (google their name and lawsuit', it's sickening).Their medications' are not controlled by the dose or strength, they're not manufacatured correctly they've poisoned thousands of dogs and cats. The FDA had a suit pending on them to pull ALL their wormers and flea/tick meds off the shelves by a certain date and the Hartz company did all they could to fight it, got a hold put on it so they're still pumping this garbage out for people to buy.ALWAYS be safe and get your meds from the vet.
Good to hear from you Mike. I always know extclay what to write to get you to pipe up, right? Reasonable people can disagree on these rankings, but Syracuse did just lose AT HOME to Pitt by DOUBLE DIGITS. I understand the Kansas-Cornell analogy by we all know Kansas would beat Cornell 9 out of 10 times. That's the definition of a fluke. Can we say that about Pitt-Cuse? I don't think so. Let me see more and then I will adjust accordingly. As for West Virginia and Villanova, I've had them 1-2 in that order since October and I see no reason to change that right now. Nova losing to Temple in one of those crazy Big 5 games (where upsets are commonplace) doesn't upset the apple cart in my mind. Again, it'll all play out. I actually enjoyed Boeheim's postgame after Seton Hall, even his potshot at the media about OOC schedule strength (at least the quotes were interesting and usable). Much better than the normal blah-blah-blah you get from a lot of the other guys. Bitter, the point about last year's Big East is how it was the deepest league ever. Obviously no league was better at the top than those mid-80s Big Easts. If it makes you feel better the next time it comes up I will put an asterisk and a footnote making this distinction. Piratefocus,I've been beating the drums for Fero Hall as you know, but he is way too small to play center in the Big East. Have you seen the size of the postmen on the other teams? Big John is a space-eater and is useful in short spurts (alas, his knees have robbed him of the rest). Fero has to beef up big-time before he can hold his own at center for any reasonable lengths.