Why was my posts deleted?? The least I deserve is an answer. It is hardly the first off topic on this forum and I only posted ONE link that had been posted previously on here already. It was important to me that Trauma read my post.
Well, since I didn't delete it, I'm not really sure. It may have been due to the number of off topic posts, which really aren't allowed, but mods turn a blind eye for the most part. Could have been the links.
Katz, I didnt see it......I know how you feel tho....when the whole thing came up with the missing girl thread the post I started to the mods was deleted and I dont know what happened to it....I felt it was important enough to not delete and follow thru on.
That being said, I wholeheartedly appreciate your still wanting to banter back and forth with me....If we all had the same views the world would be a boring place indeed.
I wasnt on this weekend, my son suprised me and came home this weekend.....I thought I wouldnt see him again till he got back from deployment....so I was quite estatic......
Very Cute Pictures! That was sweet of him to surprise you like that.
My husband and I both wanted to thank you for posting the link about 9/11 - the google video link. We were really shocked and so my husband has been doing alot of research and I wanted to suggest a couple other videos to watch - One is Fahrenheit 911 by Micheal Moore and the other is 9/11 - Press for Truth. They are very good and very worth watching. And, not a 9/11 movie but one that the entire world should be watching is 'An Inconvenient Truth' - That one will shock you and it should scare everyone.
But, the whole point of this was for me to thank you for posting that link....
I am glad your son is home safe, is he staying long? Tell him, we thank him too.
Trauma, he looks like a very good kid. Best of luck to him. I'm so glad you got to see him once more before he's over there. BTW, does Nani have an exclamation point on her little belly?! Looks like she does in the picture of her and your son!
Hey Tramamama is that a bull terrier in the picture with your son or some kind of terrier?I jumped in on the New Pic forum with no response and then picked this one thought maybe someone could help me.Hi I am new to terrificpets and would like to say I have been looking for a Bull Terrier in my own State and cant seem to find the right breeder and I have went back a few pages to see if anyone is talking about them and it seems to me that someone knows something. I am going to visit my family in Akron Ohio and they tell me there are a few people they know and have seen a few ads in the paper there recently. Is anyone from this area and do you recommend anyone or not recommend anyone. If one any of you are a breeder of bull terriers from this area please don't be offened that I am asking I just want to do my research and make sure I get a great dog. Any info would be greatly appreciated. I have wanted a bull terrier for sometime now and it is tax time so I will have that very little bit of money to buy one since they are so cheap and all. Just kidding I wish they were.
I think bull terrier would make a great rescue dog with the proper training. They have the biggest nasal cavitity I ever seen and they can find a COOKIE CRUMB to eat in a one mile radius.Ha Ha
saw it and watched a bit of the video, but didn't finish it. i plan to go back to it. i have a bad taste in my mouth for michael moore. though i'm quite a liberal and all, i saw "bowling for columbine" and started researching things. i checked some news stories and things he had in that movie and he really misrepresented things, juxtaposed things to make the audience think things happened in ways that they didn't. a good movie about guns and violence, but not a real documentary.
that was the take on bowling for columbine. but looking at actual facts---- i'm not saying he doesn't have a point to make, and isn't worth watching, he's just not known for presenting things as they are or were.