I had a very strange and vivid dream. I dreampt i got a new dog, it was a dalmation. I remember feeling the need to take care of it and me nad the dog were friends.
I also dreampt I was with a friend, and they urgently had to show me something . we were looking at the earth from an outside view in space. We were whitnessing Russia being bombed by America, and the Russians did nothing to us. They bombed the entire Russia and only pieces of it were left, the rest of it being completley submurged in water. I was so upset about this, that the next day I went to school I wouldn't stop crying. Once I got home, I looked out the window and there was a large tornado coming straight twards my home. This is all I remember of the dream. What could it mean?
I think the dream means that you should Netflix the movie Dr. Strangelove. You need to learn how to love the BOMB. Here is some fun...
General "Buck" Turgidson: As you may recall, sir, one of the provisions of Plan 'R' provides that once the go-code is received, the normal SSB Radios on the aircraft are switched into a specially coded device which I believe is designated as CRM-114. Now, in order to prevent the enemy from issuing fake or confusing orders, CRM-114 is designed not to receive at all. Unless the message is the correct three-letter recall code prefix.
President Merkin Muffley: You mean to tell me, General Turgidson, that you will be unable to recall the aircraft?
General "Buck" Turgidson: That's about the size of it. However, at this moment our men are plowing through and transmitting every possible three-letter combination of the recall code. But since there are over 17,000 permutations... it's going to take us about two-and-a-half days to transmit them all.
President Merkin Muffley: How soon did you say our planes will be entering Russian radar cover?
General "Buck" Turgidson: About 18 minutes from now, sir.
Group Capt. Lionel Mandrake: Do I look all rancid and clotted? You look at me, Jack. Eh? Look, eh? And I drink a lot of water, you know. I'm what you might call a water man, Jack - that's what I am. And I can swear to you, my boy, swear to you, that there's nothing wrong with my bodily fluids. Not a thing, Jackie.
General Jack D. Ripper: When they tortured you did you talk?
Group Capt. Lionel Mandrake: Ah, oh, no... well, I don't think they wanted me to talk really. I don't think they wanted me to say anything. It was just their way of having a bit of fun, the swines. Strange thing is they make such bloody good cameras.
General "Buck" Turgidson: Sir, you can't let him in here. He'll see everything. He'll see the big board!
Major T. J. "King" Kong: Well, boys, we got three engines out, we got more holes in us than a horse trader's mule, the radio is gone and we're leaking fuel and if we was flying any lower why we'd need sleigh bells on this thing... but we got one little budge on them Rooskies. At this height why they might harpoon us but they dang sure ain't gonna spot us on no radar screen!
Example: New horse!?
so today my parents surprised me with a newww horse! :D me and my mom just can't decide on a name tho... we'll both be riding him... and i've had some name suggestions like Perfetto [show name. perfect in italian], Vero Amico [show name. also italian that means true friend] and barn names like Elvis and a couple others. but we just can't agree! she likes indian names like Navajo... and she likes Colorado.. i like that too.. but we think it might be too long.. we like Boulder too [where she grew up!] but that was our old dogs name... so we dont know bout that.. have any names for us?!?!
he's a bay TB .. 16.3 hh. reallyyyy small white star. black socks. white back coronets.
Example: What does these history terms mean?
Cypress Hills Massacre:
North west mounted police?
I'm a small farmer, in Idaho. I've very close to agriculture (unlike the average American).
I also do food storage, about a years worth at any given time in my pantry.
Because I'm so close to agriculture, and because I do food storage, I buy in bulk from as close to the source as possible.
I buy my white flour directly from Pendelton Flour Mill, 8 miles from my house. Two years ago I could buy 50 pound bags of flour for $5. This year, they are $25-$30 per 50 pound bag of flour.
This price increase is DIRECTLY related to the demand for grains (corn, wheat, barley, ect) for biofuel production.
So how does this kind of a dramatic price increase, now that you know it has happened, make you feel? Worried? Don't care? No big deal? OMG the sky is falling?
Example: "Causally" looking for a horse?
I don't know if causally is the right word, but I couldn't think of a better one.
So I've been riding horses for about six and half years, and for the past 5 I've been leasing from my trainer. For the most part its a really good deal, but I'd really love to have my own horse. So I've been browsing through online ads (dream horse and horsetopia mostly) and I've look at the horse trader magazine/news paper. I haven't found anything I'm really interested in yet.
What are somethings I should look for in these ads, I've heard a lot of people say they can be pretty sketchy and a couple riders at my barn have been "ripped off" by these ads and the person selling the horse.
What are somethings in the ads I should look for that seem sketchy?
And if I find a couple horses I like and want to try out, what should I ask the seller?
Hopefully my trainer will be coming with me to see any of the horses, but all the same I'd like to know.
When I say causally looking for a horse, I mean that its not some huge deal if I don't find a horse any time soon, I'm still fine with leasing.
So my grandpa owns a ranch in Michigan (I live in CA) and is a horse trader. He has a Dutch Warmblood mare there who is SO sweet! She's 4, 16 ish hands, a little more than greenbroke, and purebred. The only thing is, her papers are lost. Her previous owner was boarding her at my grandpa's ranch but never paid so my grandpa got to keep her. She is my dream horse. Seriously. She's so sweet, smart, funny, and willing. Never bucks, spooks, rears, or bolts. I'm having an extremely hard time finding a horse right now. And I know I like her, a lot! So my mom said we could call my grandpa and see if he'd let us have her. We'd drive up there with a trailer ourselves. He already has more horses than he can handle (17) and can't keep buyng so much hay and is going to sell her anyway. So how much should I give him? $600? She has lost papers, is green, and a hard keeper and was free to him basically. She will be my eventing mount and hopefully we'll make it to the upper levels(: The only thing is, my grandpa kind of bonded with her. But I know he's going to sell her anyway, he has a strict policy to only keep one horse for his personal use, and he has one. Hope this all makes sense. Any clue as to what I should offer? Keep in mind, in his area horses are quite cheap. He would probably sell this mare at auction for $500. Thanks
I want to start an Equine and Canine rescue in my state, but donot have all the funds to purchase the land or the buildings. Can I start doing fundraisers and accepting donations to get this started before we are actually open? Also, any suggestions on getting started from scratch would be most helpful!
Example: Explain at least 3 of these words?
Give an explanation and/or the origin of the word/place/person/thing
Tower of Babel
coat of many colors
an eye for an eye
the handwriting on the wall
Let there be light
salt of the Earth, Ye are the
turn the other cheek
walking on water
wolves in a sheep's clothing
The Boy Who Cried Wolf
Fountain of youth
Washington and the cherry tree