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Blah, Blah and Double Blah
« on: September 17, 2019, 05:41:40 PM »
Just want to go on record as saying that in no way do I hate Krimster.  I think he knows that as I have PM'd him on occasion.  Underneath all of that poetic malpractice exists a guy who has a big heart.  Some of his rhetoric is so unbelievably original I don't know where it comes from.   Moreover, I also have no doubt at all in my mind that he is beneficiary of a loving family.   While I'm sure some of his posts on here would make them cringe, most of his musings relate to great desire to see them all succeed.   

Krimster never has the ability to do something halfway.   He's either all in or all out.   If he's trolling, he's trolling.   And needs to be called on it.  But if he flips, then he can be quite gracious.

But if you carefully read what GQBlues wrote, he did not lie in any way shape or form in his posting on the forum these past few days.  I have a lot of admiration for how he has lived his life and come through for his wife.  Quite extraordinary, really.   He set her wishes and desires before his own.   That is the true mark of love for a spouse. 

So much for my musings for the end of the day here in Kali.  On my way to look at dogs today.   The last of mine passed away a month ago and I've always had a dog around so maybe I'll get one again.   I'm a sucker for the dogs who have lived on the streets.   When in Kharkiv and Mykolaiv I belonged to Animal Preservation Groups.   In Kharkiv, alone, they have euthanized over 5.5 million dogs since 2014.   And I've been on the streets helping to collect them.   A sad state of affairs - but what is the answer when they are so numerous that they attack people walking home with their groceries?
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Re: Blah, Blah and Double Blah
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2019, 08:31:00 PM »
now Jones, you think I dont know why youre criticizing me?
cmon man youve been to Israel, you KNOW how the zealots there would treat me, right?
and BELIEVE ME theyre brutal with me there!!!!

so dont moralize me man....

cuz so what?
Im not Jewish, my father was, but Im not...
because my mother was a blond Shiksa from a poor working class family in the UK...

but I aint exactly Goy either,
because my father was first generation American born of Ukrainian Jews

there is a line between the Jewish world and the Goy world
and this line, this interface, is the path upon which I move...

sometimes I will leave the path and enter the Jewish world...

in August I was in Moscow working directly with representatives of the Russian government towards reaching a settlement regarding the Schneerson Collection...
and before the meeting I met with the Rebbi at the Lomonosocsky Chabad House, and he graciously allowed me to use the library there to finalize the negotiation...

because of my membership in a certain organization, I am allowed to go to places in Russia and see and read things that YOU or anyone else would NEVER be given access to, and would never even be able to dream of the things Im talking about of even existing...

OK...

but do you think Im gonna tell YOU ABOUT ANY OF THIS?
NO, Im not...
and I got freakin pictures!!!!!!!!

nope!!!
forget about it!!!
not gonna show ya or tell ya about it, cuz it involves a LOT of criminal activity
and that would be WRONG!!!!
RIGHT?


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Re: Blah, Blah and Double Blah
« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2019, 12:50:12 AM »
  When in Kharkiv and Mykolaiv I belonged to Animal Preservation Groups.   In Kharkiv, alone, they have euthanized over 5.5 million dogs since 2014.   And I've been on the streets helping to collect them.   A sad state of affairs - but what is the answer when they are so numerous that they attack people walking home with their groceries?

In Georgia they neuter them - marking their ear with a yellow disc .. Never encountered aggression...perhaps that's an answer ..

Glad you admire GQB's love for his partner .. he has often suggested  others are 'pussy-whipped' when they 'indulge' their loved ones re their dietary requirements

Good luck in your search for a canine friend to replace old friends 
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Re: Blah, Blah and Double Blah
« Reply #3 on: September 18, 2019, 04:37:57 PM »
On my way to look at dogs today.   The last of mine passed away a month ago and I've always had a dog around so maybe I'll get one again.   

Always sad to lose a true friend, one of ours passed earlier this year.  I also favour dogs that have street smarts.. hope one finds you.




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Re: Blah, Blah and Double Blah
« Reply #4 on: September 18, 2019, 09:15:30 PM »
I really want a dog.  Haven't had one for last 20 years or so because of my heavy travel schedule.

Now I don't have the travel situation.

But I don't want dog or dogs to have the run of the house.  Have hardwood floors throughout and they would ruin the floors.  Plus wife if not really a dog person.

So planned to build a new addition with family room, entry room with area to wash off dog's feet, some office space for me and a bathroom.  Dog and I would spend a lot of time in that new area.

Figured it all up and told wife I could get a dog by spending $60,000 for needed space.

She didn't think it was very funny.

I am still without dog.
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Re: Blah, Blah and Double Blah
« Reply #5 on: September 18, 2019, 09:38:46 PM »

If you're married, don't get a dog! It starts with one and next thing you know, you got 3 dogs running around the house like I do now. The worst part about it is  the love you receive from the spouse, you have to share it with the dogs. I seen my wife give lots of love to the dogs when she should be giving it to me 100% of the time. One day when she was giving lots of love to the dogs, I asked her "Do you love me more than a dog?". She replied "I do love you more than a dog." I was happy  to hear that but still, I don't get 100% love anymore.
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Re: Blah, Blah and Double Blah
« Reply #6 on: September 18, 2019, 09:46:13 PM »
But, as I said, my wife doesn't really care for dogs (she is not totally opposed either).

So she wouldn't be giving them any attention at all.

She might, however, complain about the attention I gave to the dog.
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Re: Blah, Blah and Double Blah
« Reply #7 on: September 19, 2019, 03:06:14 AM »
If you're married, don't get a dog! It starts with one and next thing you know, you got 3 dogs running around the house like I do now. The worst part about it is  the love you receive from the spouse, you have to share it with the dogs. I seen my wife give lots of love to the dogs when she should be giving it to me 100% of the time. One day when she was giving lots of love to the dogs, I asked her "Do you love me more than a dog?". She replied "I do love you more than a dog." I was happy  to hear that but still, I don't get 100% love anymore.

BB-- I can totally understand your wife loving the dogs more than you !! :)
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Re: Blah, Blah and Double Blah
« Reply #8 on: September 19, 2019, 03:18:01 AM »
But, as I said, my wife doesn't really care for dogs (she is not totally opposed either).

So she wouldn't be giving them any attention at all.

She might, however, complain about the attention I gave to the dog.

ML the right dog will win your wifes heart! :)

Going back a lot of years - my father was not an animal person  and the arrival of a new pup left him totally underwhelmed . This dog was all of 6 kgs -- and wanted everyone in the house to love her !

My father was in the habit of sitting in his chair with broadsheet newspaper spread out as a barrier to any intrusion!  Our new dog-- at all of 6 weeks old -- did her best to get his attention  without a result. So she jumped onto his knee-- stuck her head under the paper and with a broad smile looking up at my father as if to say-" I am here"   LoL
For the next 19 years they were great friends -- and   all I ever had to say was my fathers name was where she was going and the tail would be wagging !
She spent a lot of time staying with my father when I was away -- and when I called the first thing my father always said  was about how she was !
Yep-- dogs can win a heart for sure !
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Re: Blah, Blah and Double Blah
« Reply #9 on: September 19, 2019, 03:32:53 AM »

For the next 19 years..

I read this and thought..is our JayH 'at it', again... 19 years .. that is some going...I inherited a Siamese cat from a lodger that lived to 21..

Then I read of Aussie dogs living to 29 or 30!?

Must be something you chaps are doing right..

http://dogtime.com/trending/37499-worlds-oldest-dog-dies-peacefully-age-30

Nice story re your Dad..
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Re: Blah, Blah and Double Blah
« Reply #10 on: September 19, 2019, 11:34:37 AM »
...So much for my musings for the end of the day here in Kali.  On my way to look at dogs today.   The last of mine passed away a month ago and I've always had a dog around so maybe I'll get one again.   I'm a sucker for the dogs who have lived on the streets.   When in Kharkiv and Mykolaiv I belonged to Animal Preservation Groups.   In Kharkiv, alone, they have euthanized over 5.5 million dogs since 2014.   And I've been on the streets helping to collect them.   A sad state of affairs - but what is the answer when they are so numerous that they attack people walking home with their groceries?


If you ever go to Turkey, the first thing you'll likely notice are the stray dogs and cats they have there, and the way they are treated. Catch & Release, and I believe the government actually dispatch staff to feed them everyday. There are both dogs and cats that literally make 'Turkey' home. Stores, restaurants, etc..will have dogs/cats comfortably snoozing and the natives don't seem to mind. If there's ever a cat/dog heaven on earth, I think it'll be Turkey. At least that's how it was last I was there.


edited: Here's a good video of this...


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