What are you doing? (Part 1)

My neighbor’s dog killed some of my chickens and Guineas. I am glad I learned to cool off before speaking and diplomacy. The ones he killed were hand raised, petted friendly birds. My kid and I put alot of love and time in to those hens. They had personality, quirks, preferences, individuality.
Damn glad we had time to cool down.

We raised chickens when I was growing up. They had different personalities all the way from a belligerent red rooster to a docile spotted hen. They were my friends. I’m sorry to hear of your loss.

A great loss. I am sorry.

Where is that dog, the killer, now? I hope in the courtroom of in the “International Court of Justice” in The Hague or alraedy in the former jail cell of Milosevic. :evilfun:

I do live in southern cal, and I used to know of Acapulco gold back in the sixties. As the best one. now, my son in law, who had that kind of business before he was busted, he will not tell me why, gave me some very good stuff. it really is.

I do have a medical condition, caused by a pinched nerve and it does real well to alleviate the pain. I do not smoke all that much because I a, so busy, and it really relaxes me way too much to the point I don’t want to do much of anything,many that’s not good.

Thanks, Ier, Yea, we have- had a few that just are so personable. Little Whatchya, insists on his attention, my husband gets attacked because he ignores the little guy. :slight_smile:
Armin, I do not know what happened with the dog, I will never ask.

Okay. How many chickens and Guineas (Guinea fowls, I guess) killed that dog?

A husky syberian came into our coup when I was little amd killed 20 chickens in a single night.
He killed prince boy ; (

If the dog is dead then it was a bullet that killed him. I don’t know what his owners did and I don’t think it is any of my business. They hurt, I hurt. I won’t make it worse for them by nosing in.

Yes, of course. So I guess the loss which was caused by that incident is more a qualitative than a quantitaive one.

Yes.

I’ve decided to become Hellenistic because Hellenism has been getting some good reviews lately around the forums. So in order to do this I need to know what I have to do.

Are we talking about something that can be done by a few changes in diet and exercise, or is this like a big philosophical thing that I have to prepare and atone for?

If this is going to involve a lot of reading then we better forget about it. Reading makes me sleepy and I can’t remember anything I ever read anyway.

Do I need a certain set of beliefs, or is it more about what I do and have?

Is this like an identifiable culture such that I could point a dude out at a philosophy convention and say ‘now that guy is Hellenistic’, or is this just about having a few philosophical ideas that are called Hellenistic?

I think you need to put on a toga or something.

Men who dance. Yay or nay, ladies?

What I am doing right now is trying to figure out what this is supposed to be:

[size=50][/size]Allone’s Obe issance

I absolutely have to know what’s going on here.

Is this a mistake that Orb does not know needs to be corrected, or does Orb know this is a mistake and refuses to correct it, or is this not a mistake, but intended to appear as a mistake in order to make idiots like myself ask if it was a mistake?

Orb, would you be so kind as to explain what is happening here?

Are you aware that the text should be between the brackets, or am I missing something?

A fun n spontaneous man will do me just fun, and I guess that includes being able to move like Jagger :slight_smile:

It’s Spring time baby, so let the games… begin :smiley:

Was that ouzo, obepants?

…a quick workout of a quadruple set of squats, calf-raises, push-ups & planks/side-planks, before getting all dolled up for an evening of telephone canvassing followed by drinks at a drinks event somewhere in town.

Not sure what to wear :-k

The workout met a need… to, er… workout :smiley:

I’m telephone canvassing… as I type… for the Conservatives at their CCHQ offices. Boris Johnson is supposed to be making an appearance, then me n pal are off for drinks in town, so it’ll be a very merry end to the day :slight_smile:

Loving the sore obliques from yesterday’s workout… :confused: Been doing body weight exercises these last few weeks (as opposed to weighted ones) as I don’t need any more muscle mass on me.

I’ve been doing lots of exercising lately - stretching, cardio and resistance training. Getting back in shape after 6 months of slacking. Flexibility is the easiest and the fastest to regain, then cardio, building back atrophied muscles is the longest and most difficult of the three.