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I have a weird black/brown JRT/dachshund mix (probably) that does the same thing. Has tons of energy at home but HATES exercising and thus lays down multiple times per walk, regardless of temperature.
This is exactly the kind of thing my aunt would do, and she did.
I don't doubt it; few C-shapes have dauphine hands either, though it's unclear whether that was a post-production swap or something Omega did late in the run of this watch. I suspect the man I bought it from (or the man he bought it from) was not a serious collector and modified it as he saw fit. Nevertheless, I think it's a good-looking watch and I enjoy wearing it.
My first automatic watch was a C-shape Constellation. Pardon the disgusting photo:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/19/dutch-church-castrated-treatment-homosexuality_n_1365725.html As punishment for reporting sexual abuse by priests, the Dutch Catholic Church castrated at least ten teenage boys in the 1950s.
What kind of vet would euthanize a healthy and friendly dog like that?
I'm talking about the American citizens living abroad whom the administration declared to be terrorists without proving anything in court, yes.My point was that he's done a lot with his time in office. He hasn't cured all our ills and ushered in the Scandinavian social democracy that his campaign promised, but he's fought a war without Congressional approval and prosecuted the war on medical marijuana harder than any prior administration. It's fair to call him a horrible...
Out of curiosity, what do you want him to do that's more drastic than what he's done? He's exploded the debt, signed a really (terrible) revolutionary health care bill, and ordered the assassination of two American citizens. Sounds like a pretty ballsy President to me.
You can't adopt a dog or cat from a shelter here (Virginia) unless they've been spayed/neutered, apparently regardless of the animal's age.
My little girl a few months ago. Not sure what she is, but we think JRT and dachshund, as her sisters were very short-legged. We adopted her at about four months, and she was spayed at about three. Seems way too early and makes me think the mandatory spay/neuter law here needs some loopholes.
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