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seasonedcastiron 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was in South Hill (Puyallup) WA yesterday and did a double take when I passed a Chevron with $5.58 for regular. Gulp! On my way home, I filled up at Arco still at $4.47 (cash price). Gas prices on that strip were in between those two extremes.

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seasonedcastiron 2 points ago +2 / -0

I mother needs to start nursing a newborn as soon as possible. If there is no baby on the breast, the milk dries up. There's no way to turn on the milk switch a few weeks or a month into it. [Well, there is a way, that some mothers who adopted but still wanted to breastfeed, but it a long, hard process and not very successful.] You pretty much have to be committed to the process those first few days.

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seasonedcastiron 8 points ago +8 / -0

Thanks for the rant. You are right. Keep your passion. I'm right beside you.

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seasonedcastiron 3 points ago +3 / -0

I've always thought that eggs, milk, and honey are God's special gifts to us.

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seasonedcastiron 3 points ago +3 / -0

This happens to me sometimes. Only when I post on a popular thread that gets over 100 or so responses. Sometimes if I change the "sorted by" order from "top" to "new" I can see my post. I've always just thought it was because a thread got too many posts at once. This board can move very quick.

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seasonedcastiron 3 points ago +3 / -0

Those little miracles give us such hope! Congrats!

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seasonedcastiron 2 points ago +2 / -0

Food should be expensive. It's labor intensive. Our warped view of what food should cost is based on decades of the availability of nutritionally void and fake food.

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seasonedcastiron 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh, I missed that. Had the sound low because of kids in the room. I hope he hasn't been involved in his church's children or youth ministry!

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seasonedcastiron 23 points ago +23 / -0
  1. You are showing great kindness to the store owners. Save them labor, make their store more appealing to customers.
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seasonedcastiron 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hopefully he will do some soul searching and give his whole heart to the Creator. I wonder if his weight has anything to do with sheltering himself from childhood abuse. That's often a sign in females, not sure for males. As humans, we tend to self-medicate with food/drugs/alcohol/sex as a coping mechanism.

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seasonedcastiron 1 point ago +1 / -0

What's with the other stickers? The trinity one? The Love with a cross? Is he Christian?

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seasonedcastiron 1 point ago +1 / -0

Before I got married, both me and my husband had harmful side effects from a vaccine. Him as a child with seizures and me after a tetanus shot. So we knew not to vaccinate our children. But one thing that surprised me was that Shaken Baby Syndrome could be used to cover vaccine damage, much like SIDS did. This seemed so horrible, that not only do the parents lose the baby, but the father is indicted as guilty as the cause of death. Without any evidence, a man can have his life shattered.

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seasonedcastiron 2 points ago +2 / -0

I didn't understand why Dr. Paul didn't win. Well, I understood "why" the deepstate controlled the election, but still, it was a big hit in the gut. But now I understand why. The timing wasn't right. But I still considered Dr. Paul my president those dark days of O.

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seasonedcastiron 3 points ago +3 / -0

Lots of chickens. "Insurance" fires vs. having to slaughter them because the threat of false-positive bird flu tests?

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seasonedcastiron 2 points ago +2 / -0

I was wondering that. The Azure plant in Oregon is an anomaly. But the others, yeah, might be a good thing.

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seasonedcastiron 13 points ago +14 / -1

It's beri-beri, basically, the body is starved of nutrients. Without proper nutrients, the immune system can't protect the body and the body can't sustain itself or repair injuries. Those in the homosexual lifestyle often used the drugs that stopped absorption of important nutrients plus had internal injuries in their colons and intestines. The immune system is in the gut. Just a lose-lose-lose set of choices. AIDS likely can be caused by other factors, toxins along with poor nutrient absorption of one kind or another (poverty being one). I think many cases were caused by the toxic drugs prescribed after a FALSE-positive test.

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seasonedcastiron 2 points ago +2 / -0

New pennies today look like play money to me. And they disintegrate so quickly. My daughter found one the other day and it's in such poor condition, I don't know if any store would take it. Everything in our country has gone to pot.

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seasonedcastiron 1 point ago +1 / -0

RC Home

I don't like country and I don't like rap but love this song. The lyrics are brilliant and spot on for our time. Heard about it from Dr. McCullough's podcast, of all places.

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seasonedcastiron 2 points ago +2 / -0

You can start small and try it out. Buy or build a small chicken tractor--basically a coop on wheels. Easy to build if you have carpentry skills. Then you can roll it around your yard day by day and keep the hens mostly safe from predators (I say mostly because depending on your area, some wildlife can get in a coop). A small one can hold 2-4 hens, which, depending on breed, can give you nearly an egg a day each. No need for a rooster if you have a small amount of hens.

Then you'll see how easy it is, chickens are pretty self-sufficient. If you need to go away for a few days, a neighbor can keep them fed for the price of the eggs they lay.

When I saw how easy it was and fun for the family, we got more and more, branched out with different breeds, got a proper coop, let them free range (they pretty much always return to the coop at night), and now I am experimenting with growing their food to reduce the cost of feed. (They eat scraps as well, and I grind up our eggshells to feed them back their calcium)

I kept my old small tractor coop for hens that are brooding (sitting on eggs to hatch), chicks to grow up in, or a hen that needs to be kept from the others for one reason or another. Also have a rooster or two for security and to keep the eggs fertilized. Can't bring a new rooster into an established flock that already has a rooster. I've found that if you have 2 roos (boy chicks) grow up together, they are good at sharing the flock without fighting each other to the death.

Cats learn to stay away. It only takes one hard peck and they learn fast. Dogs are harder, because they have the chase instinct. We always got livestock-type dogs that are bred to protect vs. hunt. Neighbors dogs, hawks, raccoons are a problem, but good fencing, good roosters, and making sure their coop is closed up at night helps.

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seasonedcastiron 1 point ago +2 / -1

Mystery object spotted over Washington state island, military denies missile launch

Mystery "Missile Launch" Explained

Neon Revolt talks about it in his book and on his blog. It's connected to Air Force One and a guy who took an Horizon Air plane on a joyride.

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seasonedcastiron 3 points ago +3 / -0

This bugs me to no end, I never understood why it takes so long for cars to get going at a green light and why there is such a big gap between cars as they make a left turn.

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seasonedcastiron 3 points ago +3 / -0

I agree. I found the horse paste, tho, works wonders. It shrunk a patch of bad skin on my cheek. And it took away cold symptoms in one single dose. So good to have on hand, covid threat or not. I fear hospitals as well and will do all I can to avoid them.

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