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at least in my mind I can watch a couple of episodes and see if it has the same feel, if the spirit of the show is dead I will quit it and never look back.
Aaron McGruder addresses why he left the Boondocks this season, but the question remains do you believe him?
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Mark you calendars, Thursday 3/27, 2 pm to 8 pm.
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Oh, Blue, I am so so sorry.  Your "cousin" over yonder has also been suffering from much itchiness.  After her allergy tests we discovered that unlike most dogs, Kristen is not allergic to chicken or beef, but is allergic to duck and lamb.  Guess what we had been feeding her?  Apparently it can take 8-12 weeks to get the allergens out of her after we switch her food, but, really, I think she is just out of luck because she is also allergic to oak and dust, which we have in abundance as the city plants oaks in the parkways all around us and we are in the midst of a home renovation (aka lots of dust).  If the Benadryl doesn't work, we move on to Claritin.  

Allergies are no fun and I hope you sort out the hot spot issue, too!
Special privileges For a while now Blue has been suffering with hot spots and constant itching, today was our biggest step forward, to seek some answers. Since the end of November Blue has had a few hot spots, some longer las...
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Going retro tonight with a baked Alaska at Marche Moderne.
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That looks wonderful!!!  Cool pic with the flames ~
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Well. That was quite the shaker. #earthquake
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Too funny +Ann Salisbury although I must say I took a quiz once and based on that analysis I would indeed survive a zombie attack lol  But it never hurts to be prepared.  I like your idea of a having a skiff handy :)
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Glad to see he is back to enjoying his pool parties.  As for the hind leg, you might do a search for "lick granuloma."  It is a "between the ears problem" that manifests itself as a skin problem, as my vet says.  
Blue resting after his swim Last night for the first time since November last year, Blue got to go for a swim. It was a joy to watch him excitingly circling in the back of the car as we approached our destination. He...
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Henry mixed up some Seelbachs for New Year's Eve. We are celebrating at home with take-out from C4. The dog has a bison rawhide bone coming her way soon.
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+Ann Salisbury Thank you :)
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So what kind of two bit operation does the following :

1. Schedules a window for a service call, shows up an hour early and then puts your ticket on hold because you were not there even though you were not supposed to be?
2. Has a customer support line that cannot get you a tech visit later in the day after they screw up, don't know a number or extension to leave a complaint, can't or won't escalate the call to someone who can provide that information, and doesn't offer to reschedule the visit?

3. Has at least one competitor who will offer the same or better service for $20 less per month?

That two bit operation would be +AT&T . Due to their equipment and service failures, I will have no Internet service for three days - and I need it for work.

We look forward to welcoming +Time Warner Cable into our home. 
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Thanks for the heads up on +Time Warner Cable . I will be sure to hold their feet to the fire (to the extent I can). AT&T was good until it wasn't. :-( 
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