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That is what we kidded him about until Owen was born.  NO doubt to who's that kids daddy.  Bad deal was that Owen was born while Wade was deployed to Kuwait.  They were not upset at having another kid, but it was not planned, especially with the measures they took to prevent.  Reaffirmed the fact you can't change God's plans.
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A 'V' can take months to be fully effective but tying tubes usually involves cauterizing!  Sounds like the Doctors should have refunded their money!
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The thing is he waited the 3 months and then took a "sample" back to the doc to see if there were any swimmers.  Got a green light.  The tying of tubes had them baffled as well b/c they were done when the 3rd was born via cesarean.  Owen was all natural at home.
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Originally posted by SVT_Tactical SVT_Tactical wrote:

Originally posted by budperm budperm wrote:

 
G do you fish?  Living on the Shore you couldn't keep from it!
 
Oh yeah.  Worked at a pier for years.  Love to fish both salt and fresh water.  I really like going out to the GulfStream too.  IT a whole new game out there.
 
Man I ever come down and visit we'll have plenty to do for sure! 
 
My BIL (older sister hubby) is a Merchant Marine Captain and runs the Golf stream from Florida and Texas to P-Rico.  Usually runs supplies and crew change overs to the oil rigs.
He used to be able to take people with him and since the are 3 captains on the bigger boats 75+ft. he would spend alot of time fishing off the back.  They live in Pensa Cola, FL and every time I go down I go out to the Snapper banks.  The real fun is going out and fishing to rigs!  Anything from Tuna to hammerheads!  Last time I was there he brought back a 96qt cooler stuffed to the very top with grouper and red snapper fillets!!!!!
 
I want to go out their so bad I can taste it!  The problem is I can't stand the BIL!  So to go out to the rigs is a big bucks charter!
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 Just fed the deer.  One buck is starting to fork at about 3 1/2 to 4".  Born last yr.
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Originally posted by SD Dog SD Dog wrote:

The thing is he waited the 3 months and then took a "sample" back to the doc to see if there were any swimmers.  Got a green light.  The tying of tubes had them baffled as well b/c they were done when the 3rd was born via cesarean.  Owen was all natural at home.
Now thats what I call a Hail Mary!  Cool
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I'll gladly get you out for some fishing if you ever come.  Just say when

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Good Morning all.  How is everyone doing today?
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I gots to share my new found way of cleaning my scopie water bottle and well all the others I have to.  I saw on yahoo the other day that vinigar cleans really well and I have always heard my grandma say she cleaned her coffee maker and other things with it.  So I put half a cup of vinigar and a half cup boiling water in it shook it up and let it sit overnight.  Got up this morning and shook up it again really good and then rinsed it out and it worked.  I dont' have any stale smell to it anymore and the gatorade taste that it had is gone too. (i used it for gatorade the other day and it lingered in the bottle)   I am sure some of you know this already but some may not and it works.  Try it if you have a water bottle that smells stale or taste funky and it will help.
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 Our coffee pot directions say to use vinegar.
 
 If that don't work use regular coffee pot cleaner. Had to use that in my Aladdin when vinegar wouldn't "cut it".
 
 Dog's still tryin to lick his incision.   Seems to be the same.  HOPE the meds kick in!
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Guess today's the day to see huh?  after today your suppose to carry him back to the vet arent' you?    Geez man I hope he gets better. 
Going shopping for that marlin this weekend with your SIL?
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 Got to have the dog at the vet at 9am tomorrow.  Then we'll see.
 
 I sent him a pic and spes on the GBL.  He lives about 1 1/2 hrs away so he'll try and check one out up there then we'll see who can get the best price.  Guess you know where my 2-7 Vipers gonna end up!  LOL
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I dont' know I see lever guns as Iron sighters.

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 Shot time. AGAIN! grrrrrrrrrr!!
 
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Train just hit a semi about 15 miles from here.  Sad
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I rode amtrack from here to Washington DC twice and it was ok but i'm not a big fan of trains for transportation.

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Crazy slow here at work today.......... not one soul has came in for anything but teller transactions.  normally means the afternoon will be slammin'
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Originally posted by SVT_Tactical SVT_Tactical wrote:

I gots to share my new found way of cleaning my scopie water bottle and well all the others I have to.  I saw on yahoo the other day that vinigar cleans really well and I have always heard my grandma say she cleaned her coffee maker and other things with it.  So I put half a cup of vinigar and a half cup boiling water in it shook it up and let it sit overnight.  Got up this morning and shook up it again really good and then rinsed it out and it worked.  I dont' have any stale smell to it anymore and the gatorade taste that it had is gone too. (i used it for gatorade the other day and it lingered in the bottle)   I am sure some of you know this already but some may not and it works.  Try it if you have a water bottle that smells stale or taste funky and it will help.
Thats an easy cheap way to remove rust from nuts, bolts and smal metal parts.  Just soak them in a cup of straight white vinegar for a day or two!!!
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I didn't know it has so many uses.
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When we were on the farm, always put a little vinegar in the coffee.  Helped with the hard water.  Have put salt in coffee too if it was too bitter.
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