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This is a discussion on The Person Below Me... within the The Outback Terrace Bar forums, part of the Land Plants category; True. That seems a bit rushed. I've caught, cleaned, cooked, and eaten, but at a ...

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    True. That seems a bit rushed. I've caught, cleaned, cooked, and eaten, but at a more leisurely pace. What's the rush?

    TPBM has a cat (or reptile) staring at him/her as he/she reads this.

    McJulie

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    False. But I do have a Shih Tzu named Boo staring and growling. She wants me to get off that darned computer so she can sleep on my lap in front of the TV.

    TPBM walks his/her dog every day.

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    Katie, it's great to have you feeling better and back around on the boards - even if I'm not!

    Best to you, Clyde, and Boo!

    Julie

    TPBM walks his/her dog every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper View Post
    TPBM walks his/her dog every day.
    False. I don't have a doggie (yet, one day maybe). And my cat's HATE when I put the harness on them, so walking is out of the question (unless being pulled backward by a writhing feline counts?).


    TPBM stayed up too late celebrating last night.
    (coffeecoffeecoffee)

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    False. I went to bed at about 11:30. Just not a party animal, I guess...


    TPBM also grows cactii or succulents

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane View Post
    TPBM also grows cactii or succulents
    Well, not really on purpose. This little charmer just showed up on one of my bonsai pots one day and it has done pretty well through unintentional drought and a mealie attack.

    I also got some hens and chicks starts from one of Renee's relatives recently.

    TPBM has been to more than 5 national parks.

    I have been to Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Bryce and Zion that I can remember right now.
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    Nope...I've been to 5 if I stretch it.

    Acadia in Maine, Shenandoah in Virginia, Biscayne and Dry Tortugas in Flordia, and I sailed around the Channel Islands in California.

    TPBM drives a car that's more than 20 years old.

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    False my Toyota yaris is 3 years old, and very economical, but I would LOVE a sports car, even if they had to help me out of it because of my hip!
    TPBM swims in the sea in winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper
    TPBM drives a car that's more than 20 years old.
    True, Clyde has a 1978 Mazda longbed pickup with a rack on top to carry
    his 'Scanoe'. Our 16 year old grandson is going to take it. It was purchased new and doesn't have a dent in it and is in running condition.

    Katie

    TPBM has a grandfather's clock in his home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUDIUK View Post
    TPBM swims in the sea in winter.
    True - I have before, but not again any time soon. The last time I did I had a terrible accident and dislocated my shoulder.

    Quote Originally Posted by desertgal View Post
    TPBM has a grandfather's clock in his home.
    False - But I wish we did. I love the sound of an old clock. We have two antique clocks that require winding to operate, but they are fragile so we just let them set. When I dust and move them around, they start ticking for a bit. Such a wonderful sound.

    TPBM - likes to sleep with the room very cold and with lots of covers.

    Cheers,
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