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That is still my ambition.
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Re: The Vader thing. How does that piss you off? One of the best parts of kids that age are their incredible imaginations and sincere belief that anything is possible.

My son told me recently that he's going up be a zooloninja because he loves animals and wants to help catch bad guys. What an awesome, fleeting gift for that to be your world for a few brief years.
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Just know that when he looks at you intently while you're telling him no, he's trying to force choke you
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I hope you find your dog, that is one of my worst fears.

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Stay strong guys and really hope you find your dog, G. Check back at the old place yet?

Thanks, guys. I'm not optimistic that we'll ever see the dog again. I love my dogs, but I've never been the type to mourn the loss of pets, so I'm alright. But I'm worried about my son. He seems a little too okay with it, and I fear it's because he's still holding out hope the dog is coming home. We've tried to explain how unlikely that is now, but I'm not sure we're getting through to him. We'll see.
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:confused: doggy. Losing a pet sucks.

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Thanks, guys. I'm not optimistic that we'll ever see the dog again. I don't get very attached to my pets, so I'm alright, but I'm worried about my son. He seems a little too okay with it, and I fear it's because he's still holding out hope the dog is coming home. We've tried to explain how unlikely that is now, but I'm not sure we're getting through to him. We'll see.

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confused.gif  doggy. Losing a pet sucks.

Yeah, I feel bad for the dog more than I miss him (which I know sounds weird). He is (was?) a sweet dog, and he's completely incapable of anything resembling survival as a stray. For his sake, I hope that, if the worst happened, it was quick. I'd hate to think he's out there suffering for days.

Oh, and thing that pisses me off the more I think about it: One of the neighbors in my old neighborhood saw him and called animal control, but they couldn't be bothered to bring him in. I feel like letting a healthy, sweet pug, which was clearly a domesticated pet from a neighbor's house, run off while calling the "authorities" is a pretty representative statement on how shitty our society is.

Also, it makes me glad I left that shitty neighborhood behind.
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If we're using Simpsons references, this dog was actually very Ralph Wiggum. A good-natured sweetheart, but dumb as a bag of hammers.
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That sucks. How old is JrG? Maybe it's one of those cases where children end up being surprisingly okay or even indifferent when adults might expect more emotions. Of course, I'm just talking out of my optimistic ass since I have no parenting experience myself.

Hope the Ralph Wiggum pug defies expectation and returns home.
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Yeah, I feel bad for the dog more than I miss him (which I know sounds weird). He is (was?) a sweet dog, and he's completely incapable of anything resembling survival as a stray. For his sake, I hope that, if the worst happened, it was quick. I'd hate to think he's out there suffering for days.

Oh, and thing that pisses me off the more I think about it: One of the neighbors in my old neighborhood saw him and called animal control, but they couldn't be bothered to bring him in. I feel like letting a healthy, sweet pug, which was clearly a domesticated pet from a neighbor's house, run off while calling the "authorities" is a pretty representative statement on how shitty our society is.

Also, it makes me glad I left that shitty neighborhood behind.

 

My wife will run down the street and bring it into our house if she even thinks she sees a potential lost dog (even if this pisses our dog off).  It doesn't matter if it is a furball or a pitbull.  Good luck, man.

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recently hiking and saw a dog, alone, in the middle of a spur trail. i got worried that their master had had a heart attack or something so i went down a ways and figured that the dog was just awol (off-leash wilderness park, some pooches lose their minds and buck voice control)

 

so i took off my belt and tethered him up and off we went toward the parking lot. i had to call the # on the collar and the stupid dog walker met me at the trailhead. barely a thank you but at least i didn't get bit or contact poison oak.

 

sorry to hear about your dog. when it rains it pours i guess.

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The medical billing saga continues. Apparently insurance came in and paid off a bill that we didn't expect to be paid off. This might be our first stroke of luck (4-figure bill), but I can't help but think this will come back and bite us in the ass some day since this probably shouldn't have happened. The annoying thing is that she got no notice of this, and the only reason she found out is because the online billing system is so screwed up that my wife had to call in to check the balance.

This isn't even my pathetic insurance company, either. It's a hospital bill.

I am sitting on a similar issue. I am like 90% sure that either my insurance paid something they weren't supposed to last year, or that my dermatologist failed to bill correctly (and continued billing as if I were on a traditional plan, after I switched to a high-deductible plan).

I am paranoid that the next time I go back, they will make me pay...and I don't want to actually investigate it since poking around can only cost me money.
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I've mentioned this before, but a couple years back, I caught a Chihuahua in -10c and had to stop traffic to catch it, an elderly cunt whom it had pasted before I got to it, decided to tell me of for not having control over my dog (my own dog was standing next to me on a leash), luckily another women told her to shut up.

I had to bring it home to warm it up, as it didn't have a collar, on my was down to have it checked for an id tag I met the owner, who pulled the dog from my and walked of, not saying thanks or shit.
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

I am sitting on a similar issue. I am like 90% sure that either my insurance paid something they weren't supposed to last year, or that my dermatologist failed to bill correctly (and continued billing as if I were on a traditional plan, after I switched to a high-deductible plan).

I am paranoid that the next time I go back, they will make me pay...and I don't want to actually investigate it since poking around can only cost me money.

Regardless of the cost, you gotta take care of your body's largest organ mwink[1].gif
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Well, the skin is the largest organ for MOST people ...
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