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  • in reply to: Hey Tekkies, I need advice. #70053

    biophile87
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    Wow, guys! Thanks for all the fabulous feedback! I will work on this this afternoon. Richy, I shall be ringing you sometime after 1. Thank you!

    in reply to: Lost Cat (Loyal Heights) #69382

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    If she hasn’t returned this evening, when it’s late and traffic has quieted and you can hear, go outside and call her and shake the cat food bag (if you feed dry) for a minute or two or more. Repeat about 15 minutes later. Sometimes they are uncertain whether it’s safe to come out, and you might listen for meowing. Hope she’s home soon!

    in reply to: Crow behavior – Unusual? #66805

    biophile87
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    I wouldn’t be surprised if they were soaking them for the nestlings. They probably figured out that moist peanuts are easier to digest. Or easier to store in their crop.

    That, or they are so glutted with food, they have no sense of urgency to consume the food they find, and can interrupt the activity and come back to it.

    My hypotheses are many. Please keep us posted on your observations.

    in reply to: Can we be more fun this summer? Please? #64074

    biophile87
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    taxidermy! I am so there. I have some finds in the freezer.


    biophile87
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    Hi Mondo. I don’t know. My guess it has to do with who funds the grant for it. The U can’t discriminate, but has money specified by a sponsor for certain students.

    in reply to: Any remedies to stop from getting the crud! #59713

    biophile87
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    @ GAM, those “potions” are just not characterized by Western science yet. They totally work. My family’s: ginger root, pineapple rind, cinnamon, lemon rind, honey.

    in reply to: Any remedies to stop from getting the crud! #59712

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    Neti pot washes out infectious virus so new cells don’t get infected, reducing infection time. It’s the best thing that ever happened to my sinuses. Along the same lines, a humidifier to keep passages moist, real sudafed, and vaseline for the eye corners (after you have rinsed thoroughly with cool water) and nasal passages. Do NOT* put cortisone or neosporin up your nose, that tissue is more permeable and you don’t want either of those in your bloodstream. Vaseline is not water soluble. *sorry for being so emphatic – I thought I’d read it in advice given to you but now I see I was wrong.

    Sleep as much as you can, sitting up if you need to breathe, stay hydrated. Chamomile tea, honey & lemon are the gold standard.

    If you have a temperature, try to ride it out if it’s not too high. It’s your body destroying the invaders. Hope you feel better.

    in reply to: Please take a look at the Recommendations Group #57680

    biophile87
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    My insurance sends me to NW eye associates in Northgate. Jeanna Hoight is an excellent ophthalmologist (more than what you wanted), but their glasses selection is a bit pricey. That is all I have for you. Been thinking of you. xo.

    in reply to: Checking it out #57089

    biophile87
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    flaming hoops have been jumped through.

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