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Old 03-30-2010, 09:07 PM   #1
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Old 03-31-2010, 12:09 AM   #2
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Do you own such a creation? I want a couple of those. I have never seen nor heard of that, WOW!



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Hmmm....wouldnt the substructure rot away? Interesting Idea though

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I suppose if you filled it with dirt completely, the substructure (ie, cardboard) could rot freely and it wouldnt matter... Interesting overall idea... and yes, in general, Lawnchairs are awesome!

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I suppose if you filled it with dirt completely, the substructure (ie, cardboard) could rot freely and it wouldnt matter... Interesting overall idea... and yes, in general, Lawnchairs are awesome!
We seem to agree on a lot. How do you feel about food? I'm for it. How about Puppies?
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We seem to agree on a lot. How do you feel about food? I'm for it. How about Puppies?
Food... I like anything with good spice to it, whether Indian curry, mexican anything, or a good peppered ribeye... It if comes off a grill, I'll put it in my mouth...

I like other peoples dogs... I have one german shepard that is 10 months old, and just yesterday became an outside only dog! for the 3rd day in a row, she crapped in teh house... this time it was 5 minutes after she came back inside!!!
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Food... I like anything with good spice to it, whether Indian curry, mexican anything, or a good peppered ribeye... It if comes off a grill, I'll put it in my mouth...

I like other peoples dogs... I have one german shepard that is 10 months old, and just yesterday became an outside only dog! for the 3rd day in a row, she crapped in teh house... this time it was 5 minutes after she came back inside!!!
I had to do the same thing with one of mine growing up. Nothing you could do about it. Sent him off for training and everything. He just preferred the house.
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I had to do the same thing with one of mine growing up. Nothing you could do about it. Sent him off for training and everything. He just preferred the house.
Just realized yesterday that she can climb up the ladder onto the trampoline that "Santa" brought this year... and she ate the zipper off the safety net!!!
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Sounds like you have a livewire there. I feel for ya, my two puppies (nearly 3 years old now) chewed up EVERYTHING for the first year. Even now, the big guy thinks it is great fun to shred aluminum cans that get left for too long.

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Just realized yesterday that she can climb up the ladder onto the trampoline that "Santa" brought this year... and she ate the zipper off the safety net!!!
Does she bounce? That would be great.


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