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And you can't see when someone is joining in on that fun...................

Reflection on you me thinks :)


Plenty of people have joined in on the fun before. You however tend to be more of a stick in the mud who doesn't ever join in on the fun. As Spock would say "Therefore it's logical that one would assume you weren't jumping in on the fun".

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 12, 2006 3:54 pm 
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And you can't see when someone is joining in on that fun...................

Reflection on you me thinks :)


Plenty of people have joined in on the fun before. You however tend to be more of a stick in the mud who doesn't ever join in on the fun. As Spock would say "Therefore it's logical that one would assume you weren't jumping in on the fun".


Grace did you see it as fun? ;)


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Grace did you see it as fun? ;)

Grace is very easily amused. :P

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Grace did you see it as fun? ;)

Grace is very easily amused. :P


Well I have to agree since she spends a lot of her time responding to you :lol:


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Well I have to agree since she spends a lot of her time responding to you :lol:

True enough.

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You would face prosecution for keeping birds in the small confined conditions ST keeps her birds if she was in the UK.
:-k A quarter acre of grassy backyard would constitute "small confined conditions" in the UK? How odd.


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You would face prosecution for keeping birds in the small confined conditions ST keeps her birds if she was in the UK.
:-k A quarter acre of grassy backyard would constitute "small confined conditions" in the UK? How odd.


You forgot to mention the rabbit hutches you keep them in ;)


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You would face prosecution for keeping birds in the small confined conditions ST keeps her birds if she was in the UK.
:-k A quarter acre of grassy backyard would constitute "small confined conditions" in the UK? How odd.


You forgot to mention the rabitt hutches you keep them in ;)


:lol: The only time any of our chickens were in a rabbit hutch was when we first brought the red hens home. They needed to be treated for lice and worms, and were on antibiotics for a month. Those 5 were in very sad shape when we got them. Once they were healthy again, they went into the yard with the other hens. Now they are only locked in the coop when it's -25C or colder - then we close the door and turn on a heat lamp.


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X-Black wrote:
You would face prosecution for keeping birds in the small confined conditions ST keeps her birds if she was in the UK.
:-k A quarter acre of grassy backyard would constitute "small confined conditions" in the UK? How odd.


You forgot to mention the rabitt hutches you keep them in ;)


:lol: The only time any of our chickens were in a rabbit hutch was when we first brought the red hens home. They needed to be treated for lice and worms, and were on antibiotics for a month. Those 5 were in very sad shape when we got them. Once they were healthy again, they went into the yard with the other hens. Now they are only locked in the coop when it's -25C or colder - then we close the door and turn on a heat lamp.


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