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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: HOW DO I FIND OLD TOPICS?
vertical line Posted on Aug.26.2007 @ 10:36PM EDT by Alicia

I am an old member and looking for some old topics.

Do they get arcived?


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Reply from Woodsman
Aug.27.2007
12:15AM EDT 
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vertical line Look under that Stories, Books, Media section, then under CT's Collected Words, there's some old stuff over there.
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Reply from Alicia
Aug.27.2007
01:44PM EDT 
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Thank you, John.

Hows the rabbits?

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Reply from ______
Aug.27.2007
01:50PM EDT 
vertical line Eating your old topics.
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Reply from ______
Aug.27.2007
02:10PM EDT 
vertical line It's ok, some are making nests out of old topics. And, I'm not even a member.
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Reply from boymonk
Aug.27.2007
02:29PM EDT 
vertical line Do not seek the old topics, such wool gathering will only lead to confusion. Be one with the moment! Empty your mind like a cup with no tea in it, and the cup itself empty, aaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhh! bbbbbllllllllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiisssssssssssss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Reply from Woodsman
Aug.29.2007
11:05AM EDT 
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vertical line Buns are good, made an outdoor enclosure for them, boy do they love to dig. 
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Reply from Alicia
Aug.31.2007
07:59PM EDT 
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My young grandson has one as a house pet. Want to help me out with some tips on taking care of it, what do they eat etc. Looking for more than just the ordinary pet book facts.

This is going to sound awful…….. But do you eat rabbit?

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Reply from lehish
Aug.31.2007
08:53PM EDT 
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lol

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Reply from Woodsman
Aug.31.2007
09:15PM EDT 
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My young grandson has one as a house pet. Want to help me out with some tips on taking care of it, what do they eat etc. Looking for more than just the ordinary pet book facts.

This is going to sound awful…….. But do you eat rabbit?

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No, I don't eat them. In the house, rabbits can make good pets. They poop where they eat, so you'll need a raised platform with 1/2 inch wire mesh spacing, so poop falls trough to collector tray, with newspaper liner. They will chew on furniture or electrical wiring, so these things have to be protected. Certain dogs and rabbits get along. Some rabbits have very sweet dispositions, some I would not allow in the house. Generally I use the poop for the garden... and I get a bun-ch of it. All my rabbits are now outside in hutches with plenty of room to run around. And they love to run around in the back yard.

 Like any animal you have to take some responsibility in raising them, but they are very curious, and have some rather surprising depth of personality. Standard rabbit food from any pet store will do them, they like hay and straw, and nesting boxes... even the bucks like enclosures. They need some sun to rest in on cool days. They will eat certain table scraps, not potatoes, and they will eat certain weeds from the garden. But you let them roam some and they will dig dens.
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Reply from Alicia
Aug.31.2007
09:32PM EDT 
vertical line Thank you that is very helpful. Never thought about fixing for poop to fall through. Would make cleaning easier. I’m going to look into that. We’ve been decorating and ‘Shadow’ hasn’t been out as much over the last couple of days. Now he looks like he is in a huff with us. I’ll sort him out over the weekend. Sort the poop thing and make a bit of a fuss of him. He actually uses a litter tray to poop in but I find it needs cleaned out a lot.
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Reply from ______
Sep.01.2007
07:32AM EDT 
vertical line Put 'em in dippers, er diapers, er crazy crappy nappies. Job done.
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Reply from Snibbler
Sep.08.2007
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My young grandson has one as a house pet. Want to help me out with some tips on taking care of it, what do they eat etc. Looking for more than just the ordinary pet book facts.

This is going to sound awful…….. But do you eat rabbit?

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taste like chicken
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Reply from Woodsman
Sep.08.2007
09:56PM EDT 
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vertical line bwak?
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Reply from lehish
Sep.09.2007
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hahahahaha

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Reply from kelvintan
Sep.09.2007
07:37AM EDT 
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Quote: "Put 'em in dippers, er diapers, er crazy crappy nappies. Job done."
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Ah Lessons In Cleaning Is Appreciated

Use a tray and put cat litter pellets made from recycle paper with odor control.

Let them out  to play with cage open and they will do their business in the tray.

Enjoy your hobby

Animal lover

With Metta

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Reply from ______
Sep.09.2007
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vertical line Hey, look at me...I do pretty blank blank blank blank for a cow...but not black & white...see how I am one cow who is independently dependent dependently indpendent and invisible to the slaughterhouse slaughterer...oh yah. Hay yah Hay...mmmmm sweet munchy, chewingswallowingruminator, meditating, contemplating the cud cuddy cud - hay hay hay - the hay and the rainbow grass affected directly affecting you indirectly. See you in the pasture, by the lakeside river flowing...
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Reply from Woodsman
Sep.09.2007
09:31AM EDT 
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Reply from Woodsman
Sep.09.2007
09:34AM EDT 
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Quote: "Put 'em in dippers, er diapers, er crazy crappy nappies. Job done."
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Ah Lessons In Cleaning Is Appreciated

Use a tray and put cat litter pellets made from recycle paper with odor control.

Let them out  to play with cage open and they will do their business in the tray.

Enjoy your hobby

Animal lover

With Metta

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And when the breeding starts, call the priest. He may want some. Unless he's really good. Then he'll take them all.
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Reply from Woodsman
Sep.09.2007
09:41AM EDT 
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vertical line or just call them all, for God 

boink boink boink boink
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Sep.09.2007
10:38AM EDT 
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Quote: "Thank you that is very helpful. Never thought about fixing for poop to fall through. Would make cleaning easier. I’m going to look into that. We’ve been decorating and ‘Shadow’ hasn’t been out as much over the last couple of days. Now he looks like he is in a huff with us. I’ll sort him out over the weekend. Sort the poop thing and make a bit of a fuss of him. He actually uses a litter tray to poop in but I find it needs cleaned out a lot. "
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Quote: "Put 'em in dippers, er diapers, er crazy crappy nappies. Job done."
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Ah Lessons In Cleaning Is Appreciated

Use a tray and put cat litter pellets made from recycle paper with odor control.

Let them out  to play with cage open and they will do their business in the tray.

Enjoy your hobby

Animal lover

With Metta

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Reply from ______
Sep.09.2007
12:09PM EDT 
vertical line I have all the old topics, all, I tell you, all - I am the archived and the archive.
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