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Sunday, February 17, 2008

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CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES:



HAVING FUN:




TV:




ANIMALS:




TARANTULAS:




ARMY EXPERIENCES:




HIPPIE ADVENTURES:




HITCHHIKING ADVENTURE:




ROMANCE:




OUR MARRIED LIFE:




MY DAD:




MY FAITH:




CATHOLICISM:



UNUSUAL ADVENTURE:




FAMILY:




POLITICS:




POEMS:




PULITZER READING:




THE POSTAL SERVICE:




NEWSPAPER FEATURES:




ADVICE:




VIDEO:


Ambrosia
Animal Breeder
Baby Learns He Can Fight Off Tickling Monster
The Beat is Not Dead
Blog Hats
The Bride of Frankenstein at the Crossroads of Life
Butter Rum Cartoon
Butter Rum Cartoon - the Song
Butter Rum Cartoon sung by Three
Butter Rum Cartoon World Headquarters
Celebrating Tarantula Enthusiasts
Chaplain Clarence H. Lund Shaking Hands
Cheese
The Clone
The Clothesline
Comic Books from When They Were
Dance of the Promise
A Day
A Diversion
Dress Rehearsal for the Yuletide Feast
Fly Me to the Moon
Frogs without Legs
Fun
Galloping Gertie
German
Googling the Butter Rum Cartoon
Hello, It's Me, the Cyclops
How to Get Ants Out of Your Mailbox
How to Get Rich
Idiots
In the Middle of the House
Learning to Fly
Monsters
Movies Recommended by the Butter Rum Cartoon
Music Appreciation
My Favorite Car - the Citroen 2CV
My First Beer
My Life in Brief - 1949 to 2010
A New Creation - an Invitation to Communion and Liberation
Old Friends on TV
Ozee
Ozee and the Kite
Ozee with the Picture Machine
Passing by Two Gully Boys
Peeking
Penny on a Hanger Trick
Rebel Rails Railwear
Remembering School
The Return
The Rodent Raiser and the Buttlick
Sasquatch Encounter
A Stayover
Three New Paperbacks
The Toy Gun
Vintage TV
Wanderlove
Want to See My Yodeling Pickle?
What, Me Worry?
Wind Chimes in the Butter Rum Cartoon


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9 comments:

  1. my pink toe spider getting smaller in size... legs webbed feet gone cannot climb refuses to eat. abdomen so small . looks dry . getting shringged to 50% smaller. can help me please ?

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  2. It doesn't sound good. Is it a mature male? You can tell this by its having hooks beneath the main joints of its front legs. If so, once matured, males don't live long - just a year or two more - and so your pet may be dying of old age.
    Otherwise, it sounds like dehydration. Provide a shallow dish of water for your spider, and mist its home occasionally with a fine spray from a spray bottle. I don't promise miracles, but at this point it certainly wouldn't hurt.
    (If you find your pet on its back, let it be, in case its beginning a molt. You would know for sure within a few hours if it's still living.)
    Please let me know what happens.

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  3. My curly tarantula has 3 white spots on its abdomen, he/she is about 4 months old. he/she molts about once a month. i would just like to know if it is normal for he/she to have those three white spots at the bottom of its abdomen? This is my first tarantula so im really new with everything

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  4. Four months old is very young. Yes, the spots are normal, and should eventually disappear as the spider grows. When I had very young tarantulas, I fed them live mealworms cut in half (the two halves will live and move for a time). I'm not sure how big your Curly Haired spider is right now; maybe it can handle a whole mealworm. Anyway, enjoy.

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  5. I just read your "Where's Julia?" story. I'm on blogger too. TadCreations.com is my blogger profile. I'm also a nudist.

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  6. Thanks, Dale, for your thoughts about the gully. We lived at 5th & G St. and had to walk by it in the dark. Hated it.
    kelly montfort

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    1. Hey, is that Montfort of the Wolten & Montfort store?

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  7. Wondering if you are related to Katie Lund from Blaine. Was in my class in 1963?

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    1. No relation. My sister Linda and I went to school in Blaine.

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