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post #34981 of 65712
WSJ app ads are getting annoying, does anyone know how to get rid of them?

I pay for the paper and electronic content so I'm not sure why I get ads.
post #34982 of 65712
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WSJ app ads are getting annoying, does anyone know how to get rid of them?
I pay for the paper and electronic content so I'm not sure why I get ads.

nah I'm cheap i don't pay for it any more...but i have no issues with popups...?
post #34983 of 65712
I've tried to post my review on RadioShack to FB about a product at RadioShack (AntennaCraft C490 outdoor antenna): instead I get this darn message:

We do not support your blog software at this moment, but it has been added to the list of sites to support in the future. Sorry! (I hate that word when issues like this happens) You can check the URL for typos or read our help page to get help. If your blog provider is not in the list of supported providers, you can copy-and-paste some HTML directly into your blog instead. baldy[1].gifcensored.gif RadioShack, that pissed me off, but I still love RadioShack of course.
post #34984 of 65712
People who wont understand what you are saying and just take it how they want, no matter how wrong it is.
post #34985 of 65712
I lost my doggies on Friday. Poor Malina hung on long enough for me to get there - they were recommending we put them down - and she jumped up to greet me. She seemed so OK - the other poor little guy, Sammy, was having seizures and they had him more or less knocked out on Valium. But Malina appeared to still have some fight in her, so I was asking questions about dialysis, etc, but they convinced me it was over. They left me to hold her for a few minutes while I waited for my wife, when she started vomiting up tons of blood. It was such a horrible way for that poor little girl to go. In a panic, I called the vets back in but I'm not sure if they managed to euthanize her before she went on her own. Right until the very, very last seconds she was trying to wag her little tail. Malina was *my* dog, and I loved her very much, and my house feels so sad and so empty without her here. We put Sammy down soon after; he went very quietly. Our other two dogs are pretty anxious and confused - they've all been such companions for years. I've been crying on and off all weekend. I'd never had dogs until about 6 or 7 years ago when we got Moxie, then we got Malina some months later, then they had puppies (Sammy and the other dog, Bruiser, were from their litter of 6), and I just never imagined getting so attached.





post #34986 of 65712
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I lost my doggies on Friday. Poor Malina hung on long enough for me to get there - they were recommending we put them down - and she jumped up to greet me. She seemed so OK - the other poor little guy, Sammy, was having seizures and they had him more or less knocked out on Valium. But Malina appeared to still have some fight in her, so I was asking questions about dialysis, etc, but they convinced me it was over. They left me to hold her for a few minutes while I waited for my wife, when she started vomiting up tons of blood. It was such a horrible way for that poor little girl to go. In a panic, I called the vets back in but I'm not sure if they managed to euthanize her before she went on her own. Right until the very, very last seconds she was trying to wag her little tail. Malina was *my* dog, and I loved her very much, and my house feels so sad and so empty without her here. We put Sammy down soon after; he went very quietly. Our other two dogs are pretty anxious and confused - they've all been such companions for years. I've been crying on and off all weekend. I'd never had dogs until about 6 or 7 years ago when we got Moxie, then we got Malina some months later, then they had puppies (Sammy and the other dog, Bruiser, were from their litter of 6), and I just never imagined getting so attached.



Beautiful dogs Douglas, I feel for you and have been in a similar situation several times having had dogs all my life. Try to think about the joy they have brought you through their lives and remember that you gave them a loving home. The other dogs will settle down.
post #34987 of 65712
Doug, really sorry to hear this and know exactly how it feels. It really puts things into perspective when we realize how much our pets come to mean to us. You guys will get through it, and after the hard part of the passing fades, you'll have the good memories of those years together. Take care.
post #34988 of 65712
That sucks Douglas. You've still got 2 more wonderful pets to comfort and enjoy. Try to take solace in that.
post #34989 of 65712
Douglas, Sorry for your loss.
post #34990 of 65712
Condolences, Douglas. I am so sorry.
post #34991 of 65712
Douglas, I'm so very sorry to hear this. My thoughts are with you and your family.
post #34992 of 65712
Sorry for your losses.
post #34993 of 65712
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Originally Posted by Douglas View Post

I lost my doggies on Friday. Poor Malina hung on long enough for me to get there - they were recommending we put them down - and she jumped up to greet me. She seemed so OK - the other poor little guy, Sammy, was having seizures and they had him more or less knocked out on Valium. But Malina appeared to still have some fight in her, so I was asking questions about dialysis, etc, but they convinced me it was over. They left me to hold her for a few minutes while I waited for my wife, when she started vomiting up tons of blood. It was such a horrible way for that poor little girl to go. In a panic, I called the vets back in but I'm not sure if they managed to euthanize her before she went on her own. Right until the very, very last seconds she was trying to wag her little tail. Malina was *my* dog, and I loved her very much, and my house feels so sad and so empty without her here. We put Sammy down soon after; he went very quietly. Our other two dogs are pretty anxious and confused - they've all been such companions for years. I've been crying on and off all weekend. I'd never had dogs until about 6 or 7 years ago when we got Moxie, then we got Malina some months later, then they had puppies (Sammy and the other dog,
I got seriously bummed reading this. I am so sorry for what you're going through.
post #34994 of 65712
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Originally Posted by Douglas View Post

I lost my doggies on Friday. Poor Malina hung on long enough for me to get there - they were recommending we put them down - and she jumped up to greet me. She seemed so OK - the other poor little guy, Sammy, was having seizures and they had him more or less knocked out on Valium. But Malina appeared to still have some fight in her, so I was asking questions about dialysis, etc, but they convinced me it was over. They left me to hold her for a few minutes while I waited for my wife, when she started vomiting up tons of blood. It was such a horrible way for that poor little girl to go. In a panic, I called the vets back in but I'm not sure if they managed to euthanize her before she went on her own. Right until the very, very last seconds she was trying to wag her little tail. Malina was *my* dog, and I loved her very much, and my house feels so sad and so empty without her here. We put Sammy down soon after; he went very quietly. Our other two dogs are pretty anxious and confused - they've all been such companions for years. I've been crying on and off all weekend. I'd never had dogs until about 6 or 7 years ago when we got Moxie, then we got Malina some months later, then they had puppies (Sammy and the other dog, Bruiser, were from their litter of 6), and I just never imagined getting so attached.
 


I'm sorry, man. That's rough.

post #34995 of 65712
I feel for you, any pet owner knows how much that day sucks.
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