Sep 22nd 2011 10:49AM I do not twitter by choice, but I have been with AOL for years. Does that mean I cannot participate in your giveaway because I do not twitter?
Mar 2nd 2011 1:53PM I was reluctant to purchase the Neeter Feeder at first. but then I decided to try it. I have a Yorkie that seems to be always eatinf all around his double dish off the floor. The Feeder seems to be working though I thought for awhile that his neck was to short to reach the dishes. but he made it and it has made keeping the floor clean around his dish much better. I still think for small dogs the width between the openings and the dish should be maybe a half inch less. that would take away just a very small portion of the opening grate in front of the dishes. that is my opinion and I think it would be an improvement for short neck, short mussle dogs.
Jul 20th 2009 9:56AM Talk about going from the rediculous to the sublime. Mary was a 14 yr old virgin. There aren't anymore absolutely "PERFECT" people in the world. Have we so little to do with our lives that we have to dig under toe nails to look for something wrong about everybody. The lady is not stupid. I'm she knows as much about obesity as anyone. My question, "Does she have the smarts to be Surgeon General?" What other qualifications does she need other than looking like Twiggy?
Aug 18th 2008 2:06PM I was introduced to Blue Mountain coffee some 12 or 14 years ago and I love it. When asked at Xmas, what I want - Blue Mountain is what I tell them. Anyone I know going on a cruise, I give them money to bring back my coffee. When I finally run out, I buy Starbucks Mocha, but I also like Folgers Gourmet. I may drink others if I really feel in need of a cup, but I usually will only drink that one cup.
Feb 28th 2007 11:03AM No parent wants to see his child hurt, but he is in contact sport. Throwing that young man out of the ring could have hurt him more than he was hurting his son. Unfortunately, he set his son up for quite a razzing from his school mates. If you can't stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen. Meaning - don't let him participate or you stay away, which would be a shame, really.