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  • in reply to: dr. who merchandise? #72133

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    Nora Bell will know for sure. Hopefully she sees this.

    in reply to: Doctor Who Viewing Party #71813

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    Still working. Sorry Nora.

    in reply to: What would you do? Neighbor's dog… #71796

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    Thank you Lou. Yes, I keep them on a very short leash, figuratively and literally.

    in reply to: Doctor Who Viewing Party #71793

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    I may be able to pop in. I can let you know for sure in a couple of hours (on the other place)


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    Sorry, can’t help. Irresponsible owner of nasty small dogs here. Ask Phoo if she has any recommendations :-)

    in reply to: What would you do? Neighbor's dog… #71624

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    Well that’s me told, I suppose. But it’s a small world – maybe you and Phoo know the same owners :-)

    in reply to: What would you do? Neighbor's dog… #71608

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    That is funny Ernie! Smart dog!

    Phoo – do you know many owners of small dogs?

    in reply to: What would you do? Neighbor's dog… #71481

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    There is nothing you can do until you figure out who the dog belongs to. I don’t know if you can borrow a leash from someone, but if you can, try and grab him/her (hopefully he/she has a collar) and let the dog walk you home. If she/he isn’t a stray, this should come naturally.

    Once there, let the owners know that a dog should only be off leash within the confines of a fenced property, regardless of whether it is tiny or large. You could probably go into the dangers to the dog, such as getting run over, getting lost, or coming across a bigger dog who might fancy a bit of a go around, but it seems like that may go over their heads.

    Or you could build a fence :-)

    in reply to: Where is everybody anyway? #71290

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    Shelley – you are a mod even though they didn’t bother to ask you?! I would normally be surprised, but given how this forum seems to operate, I’m not.

    in reply to: Where is everybody anyway? #71230

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    Or are you just a ‘token’ mod to keep us quiet? :-)

    in reply to: Where is everybody anyway? #71229

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    Shelley – aren’t you a moderator? Maybe you could actually do something to fix all the problems.

    in reply to: Where is everybody anyway? #71185

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    Pathetic. This forum won’t even let me use an image without cropping it on my behalf.

    in reply to: Where is everybody anyway? #71184

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    Let me try PlantLover. Not sure how to do it.

    in reply to: Where is everybody anyway? #71180

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    I have no difficulty logging in, but there really isn’t much to comment on. It’s certainly not like the old forum.

    in reply to: NBR Space Needle Still Standing After Drone Strike #70568

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    I’m well aware of that Ernie. I just thought it was interesting that Shelley knew that type of information, which made me think that maybe she actually once worked for the FAA.

    in reply to: NBR Space Needle Still Standing After Drone Strike #70556

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    You are too lazy to Google and you still know this?

    I’m not up on the FAA regs and too lazy to google them today, but I think they are regulated as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). Something like a weight limit of 50 pounds, less than 400 ft flying height, always in visual contact, radio transmissions can’t be encrypted, and on and on and on (in federal bureaucratic style suitable for publication in the Federal Register).

    Okay then. Did you work for the FAA?

    in reply to: Public piano at Ballard Commons #70468

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    Due to the extreme temperature drop over the last couple of days it’s probably already out of tune.

    in reply to: What is your favorite dive bar? #70459

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    Compass Rose – there used to be plenty of dive bars in Ballard. Not anymore. Then again, I suppose it’s someone’s definition of a dive bar. The Smoke Shop qualifies.

    in reply to: What is your favorite dive bar? #70369

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    The Buckaroo bathrooms (not Ballard) were pretty nasty. Now I am aging myself. I wish GG was still here,

    in reply to: What is your favorite dive bar? #70364

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    A dive bar toilet is lucky to have four walls and a functioning flush. A periscope?

    in reply to: hot weather and dogs #70314

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    Treat your animals the same as you would treat your children. It isn’t hard.

    in reply to: Looking for advice on a bike.. Thanks #70281

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    BH – both of my kids had a Trek when they were that age.

    in reply to: What is your favorite dive bar? #70274

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    Not scrolling, so sorry if it’s also been mentioned, but the George and Dragon before it was the George and Dragon was a pretty typical dive. As was the place that eventually turned into the Pig n Whistle on Greenwood. I don’t remember either name.

    If King’s Hardware is where Jules had her birthday a few years ago, then, no – that is about as far from a dive bar as you could imagine.

    Edit: I think the previous place in the G&D space had a name that began with a J.

    in reply to: TDF anybody? #70215

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    in reply to: TDF anybody? #70164

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    I highly doubt that anyone is dabbling in PEDs after the Armstrong debacle. Look at this tour and who has dropped out. If they were taking PEDs they would have been able to carry on regardless of the pain.

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