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Re: What Made you Smile/What Ticked you off Today?

by Forlorn Drifter Sun Feb 11, 2018 10:08 pm

As of current, annoying people with my livestock knowledge is my only purpose, so I'm compelled to do it anytime I can.
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Re: What Made you Smile/What Ticked you off Today?

by ElkinFencer10 Mon Feb 12, 2018 8:38 am

I can relate; annoying people with my knowledge of history, political science, and gaming trivia is all I'm good for.
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Re: What Made you Smile/What Ticked you off Today?

by Stark Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:01 pm

What a bummer! By a summer meaning when, August? Here's hoping it sells in 6 months!
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by ElkinFencer10 Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:20 pm

Stark wrote:What a bummer! By a summer meaning when, August? Here's hoping it sells in 6 months!

I don't know. Her parents have been talking about moving for a couple years, so it may well end up not happening, but she seems to think they're actually serious this time. Hopefully it'll sell.
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by MrPopo Mon Feb 12, 2018 3:22 pm

Wait, so if the house doesn't sell they're going to move? Am I the only one seeing logic missteps there?
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by Ack Mon Feb 12, 2018 3:41 pm

MrPopo wrote:Wait, so if the house doesn't sell they're going to move? Am I the only one seeing logic missteps there?

No, I get it too.

Unless they plan to abandon it and bail back home to avoid any legal responsibility.
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by ElkinFencer10 Mon Feb 12, 2018 3:51 pm

Their line of thinking is "We kind of want to go back to Egypt anyway, so why put in the money an expense of moving to a safer town a couple counties south if we don't have the extra money from selling this house?" I agree that it doesn't make much sense either, but that's the line of thinking as has been explained to me. If it doesn't sell soon, they're just going to move to Egypt with family and it sells whenever it sells.
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Re: What Made you Smile/What Ticked you off Today?

by samsonlonghair Mon Feb 12, 2018 4:33 pm

Forlorn Drifter wrote:
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Forlorn Drifter wrote:From the pictures it looks like the lawn is mostly grass. In such a case, sheep would be the better option.

I know, dude. I'm just being facetious.

The eating preferences and environmental potential of grazing animals is no laughing matter... :lol:

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:roll: Kinda ironic though that I was in such a good mood at the time the counselor wasn't sure I needed help with the issues I was focused on, but I'm now in a terrible mood. My paper is just freaking terrible to write, and I have my normal weekend blues.

Glad to hear you make a joke dude! You're moving in the right direction.

marurun wrote:I, for one, appreciate your attention to detail in schooling us on grazing animals. I kinda wish I had a yard large enough for a couple goats and a chicken coop, except I am in no way interested in maintaining a yard that large or the aforementioned animals.


I bought a goat some years ago because I lived in a house with a half-acre backyard which was completely overgrown with Virginia Creeper. Goats are notoriously mischievous animals. Hilarious antic ensued. :lol:

ElkinFencer10 wrote:Their line of thinking is "We kind of want to go back to Egypt anyway, so why put in the money an expense of moving to a safer town a couple counties south if we don't have the extra money from selling this house?" I agree that it doesn't make much sense either, but that's the line of thinking as has been explained to me. If it doesn't sell soon, they're just going to move to Egypt with family and it sells whenever it sells.
This reminds me of my Persian friend. His family has been swearing that they're moving back to Turkey any day now... for the last five years.
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Re: What Made you Smile/What Ticked you off Today?

by marurun Mon Feb 12, 2018 4:43 pm

samsonlonghair wrote:I bought a goat some years ago because I lived in a house with a half-acre backyard which was completely overgrown with Virginia Creeper. Goats are notoriously mischievous animals. Hilarious antic ensued. :lol:


I thought goats were considered social animals that it was better to get them in pairs. I guess the one you had was OK either way.
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