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    I am sure all of the food allergies have to do...

    I am sure all of the food allergies have to do with our food. I've read a lot of studies that show a link between autism, celiac, asthma, PCOS, and auto immune disorders.

    My son became sick...
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    I haven't witnessed any trolling on this board,...

    I haven't witnessed any trolling on this board, but I vote for ChipDiller because the name is awesome.
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    I suggest conditioning the body for carrying a...

    I suggest conditioning the body for carrying a person for a long distance, or pushing them. When mine were small I hiked up and downhill for 3 miles at a time with a jogging stroller. This hike was...
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    You may have physical difficulties but your...

    You may have physical difficulties but your knowledge, skills, and experience are just as valuable. You could prepare enough for other people to join you. In a way, you would be preparing for...
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    Along with having filtration and being careful,...

    Along with having filtration and being careful, Metronidazole is important. I don't even know if it can be purchased for dogs like it once was, it's been so long since I actively prepped. Anyway,...
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    While having a few hundred pounds of each of the...

    While having a few hundred pounds of each of the basics sealed up is nice (yep, got that), other areas are more important. Learning, for one. Keep books based on surviving, hunting, growing and...
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    Good point Mish. I've used or dealt with almost...

    Good point Mish. I've used or dealt with almost every one of those companies.

    The older I get, the less I seem to understand the world. Once I became a mother, my boundaries became gray...
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    I have never gotten to the point of being a...

    I have never gotten to the point of being a hermit living in a bunker, but that might be a good point at which to take stock of your prepping. When it comes between you and your relationships, it's...
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    I don't prep like I used to but I do have what it...

    I don't prep like I used to but I do have what it would take to keep us safe if SHTF. I like to walk with my kids and their cousins. When we are out I always forage if berries are in season and...
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    I prefer soybeans, that way I can see the river. ...

    I prefer soybeans, that way I can see the river. In a bad situation, corn would be best. Welcome to the boards from another who is surrounded by corn.
  11. The sky is falling......again.

    The sky is falling......again.
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    Good sushi and a cup of green tea. When the...

    Good sushi and a cup of green tea. When the waiter brings that, there is silence for the first time at the table when my girlfriends and I are together.
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    Welcome aboard, Bosco.

    Welcome aboard, Bosco.
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    Hello Nixx The best advice I have for a very...

    Hello Nixx

    The best advice I have for a very young person is to study hard, go to college, and make your life what you want it to be. Prepping on the side can be fun, but don't let it take over...
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    I'm a dog person, how about 'she dogs' or...

    I'm a dog person, how about 'she dogs' or something equivalent? LOL
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    Of course.

    Of course.
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    End of discussion? Fool. I've seen enough of my...

    End of discussion? Fool. I've seen enough of my customers buy dogs from ignorant, money hungry breeders. Sweet dogs I groom given away because they are not "hypoallergenic". Cash your checks. ...
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    Kahlan, I am sorry for hijacking your thread, but...

    Kahlan, I am sorry for hijacking your thread, but dogs are my passion and have been my livelihood for over 16 years. I won't let it go if someone is doing wrong by them.
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    Don't give me your sob crap. My son has asthma...

    Don't give me your sob crap. My son has asthma and allergies. No way would my "experience" with it negate researching. I don't argue often, and only when I am 100% sure I am correct. I am...
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    That's foolish. This is how pet owners get...

    That's foolish. This is how pet owners get fooled by breeders making outlandish claims. Allergens are in the sloughed skin. Are you going to claim your dogs don't have skin? That's ridiculous. ...
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    Not somewhat true. Completely true. Gotta...

    Not somewhat true. Completely true. Gotta research before you understand, study genetics.
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    Actually, this is a misconception. You cannot...

    Actually, this is a misconception. You cannot control if the animal gets lab type fur (which shed a TON) or poodle type fur. They may get a mix of the two, or lean more toward one type or the...
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    There are so many things to consider when getting...

    There are so many things to consider when getting a dog. While every breed has its good and bad points, much also depends on the history of the dog. I have seen families with several dogs, all...
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    Coffee, but I've had to break the habit enough to...

    Coffee, but I've had to break the habit enough to know that it can be done again. Life is more pleasant with a hot cup of it in the early morning though, so I prep instant.
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    I need to clarify that GT is kombucha, not kefir....

    I need to clarify that GT is kombucha, not kefir. I don't know if kefir would turn to wine.
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