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re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Thu Jul 29, 2010 03:58 PM
Poor one's ordeal:
www.dance.net . . .

my reply.. in case I need to correct what I listed:
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gear change: thyroid adjustment is working? Loss of six pounds? I'm NOT arguing!


gear change:

when Missy freaked me out. Last night.. 6:30.. had asked her to be at back door. she wasn't.. sunset. I go nuts. 8:30pm... walk around house on cane, notice old glider is gone. whistling, whistling. calling. No Missy. Freaking out. VERY upset. workmen in street working on trees with chainsaws and chipper.. late in the evening.

The awful, wild blackhead.

Finally, 10:30... after I've called the place.. she's supposedly chipped.. but, NOT for GPS??? going crazy.. yelled at parent.

she shows up. the reunion. we're both purring and trembling, purring and trembling. We didn't go too far from eachother for the rest of the evening.

Whew!

Talk about being frantic, so much that I'm recycled down to a six year old!

still feeling horrible about what I did. :(


nuts.
re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Thu Jul 29, 2010 11:45 PM
She came in on silent pause.
Tale waving, happy smile furry face
Triple sandwich, Mum, kitty and me.
Purring all in contentment.
So, WHO's gonna roll over first???


COULD I? Clog, if I used the cane as a stabilizer, or, is that an accident waiting to happen????? :O :( Please?! :C




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9 natural cures that can be trusted, per MSN.com:
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re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Fri Jul 30, 2010 01:22 AM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-07-30 02:18:30
Liz and Es:
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1939


gear change:
what WAS that quintet heard on 'HRB??


www.whrb.org


piano quintet.. had parts that sounded like Brahms, other parts sounded like Beethoven.. maybe late Mozart....

French composer.

spinitron.com . . .


????
Jeanne-Louise Farrenc-Dumont

www.classical-composers.org . . .

www.unsungcomposers.com . . .


www.ontheradio.net . . .


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re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Fri Jul 30, 2010 07:08 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-07-30 20:08:20 computer is going nutsy.
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Gear Change: Futbol!
U.S. MEN VS. BRAZIL
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Date: Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Location: New Meadowlands Stadium; East Rutherford, N.J.
Match: U.S. Men’s National Team vs. Brazil – International Friendly
Kickoff: 8 p.m. ET
On Universal and on ESPN2
120 minutes.

8 -- 9:30???




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shirt Leuo's interested in.




gear change:

Images of Moe a la STOOGES!
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gear change: what show biz does to an actor's body shape! NOT good!
specials.msn.com . . .



gear change: Lost pets due to Fisher Cats!
www.thebostonchannel.com . . .

www.google.com . . .


images:
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en.wikipedia.org . . .(animal)

"Fishers are generally crepuscular. They are most active during dawn and dusk hours of the day. They are active year-round. Fishers are solitary, only associating with other fishers for mating purposes. Males become more active during mating season. Females are least active during pregnancy and gradually increase activity after birth of their kits.[17]"



en.wikipedia.org . . .
"For the atmospheric optical effect, see crepuscular rays.


Adult Firefly or "Lightning Bug" – a crepuscular beetle
Photuris lucicrescens
Crepuscular is a term used to describe some animals that are primarily active during twilight, that is at dawn and at dusk.[1] The word is derived from the Latin word crepusculum, meaning "twilight."[1] Crepuscular is thus in contrast with diurnal and nocturnal behavior. Crepuscular animals may also be active on a bright moonlit night. Many animals that are casually described as nocturnal are in fact crepuscular.[2] Within the definition of crepuscular are the terms matutinal (or "matinal") and vespertine, denoting species active in the dawn and dusk respectively.
The patterns of activity are thought to be an antipredator adaptation. Many predators forage most intensely at night, while others are active at mid-day and see best in full sun. Thus the crepuscular habit may reduce predation. Additionally, in hot areas, it may be a way of avoiding thermal stress while capitalizing on available light."



Fisher cats -- and sounds that they make:
www.google.com . . .

"fisher cats can sometimes be heard screeching in the woodlands during the mating season. You could possibly hear a fisher cat from afar as they have a loud chilling screech noise. What does a fisher cat sound like, you might ask, we think it is very much like that of high-pitched child."



"Fisher Cat Sound"
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fishercatscreech.com . . .


soundbible.com . . .


gear change:
Grey on House:
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13 is leaving????


gear change:
song for Dee's beloved dog:
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re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Sun Aug 01, 2010 11:14 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-01 23:39:37 Amarillis! That's what it was!! :) Amarillis! Now WHERE is it???
Per EMT, reminds me of me.. get INSPIRED!

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YES! it's THAT CD!! Thanks, Tina!
www.amazon.com . . .
Amarillis, so, where's MINE????
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Waltzing in the Trees
Amarillis (Artist) | Format: Audio CD

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gear change! Nani -- capoeira in motion!
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"Dani of Manchester United"
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Portuguese Luís Carlos Almeida da Cunha (or ‘Nani’ as we all know him) is a powerful and pacy winger.




Gear change:
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night sky over volcano:
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gear change:
Krav Maga (Self Defense)
we will be videoing this seminar to use as a promotional DVD.
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re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Mon Aug 02, 2010 07:48 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-02 20:31:08 Mum's info on top... my info lower to the bottom. Also, Canada quake
bluebook on car:
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KELLY BLUEBOOK ON WAGONS:
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Lexus not an option on the above page.


???????"Lexus wagon"
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Lexus IS300 SportCross

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Camry wagon still wins what with storage space.

lexus wagon used
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Gear Change:
climate on Posterpetic neuralgia

"climate and postherpetic neuralgia"
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www.123-health-and-beauty.com . . .

www.medscape.com . . . -- eh, not too much info.

"humidity and postherpetic neuralgia"
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meds for postherpetic neuralgia:
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*******
"humidity,postherpetic neuralgia"
Postherpetic neuralgia as a risk factor for classic heatstroke
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from "Journal of Anesthesia"
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www.springerlink.com . . .
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www.elixirs.com . . .
???? Hypericum 30X 250 tablets
"Hypericum is an important remedy for nerve injuries and nerve pain, for healing and pain relief for injuries to areas rich in nerve endings. Use Hypericum for pain that radiates, shoots from the injury, throbbing hot pain, tearing pain and sensitivity to pain, or numbness.
Hypericum is 1st aid treatment for puncture wounds, this can include accidents, insect and animal bites, dental work, surgeries, tailbone injuries etc. Studies at New York University demonstrate anti viral activity in Hypericum.
Hypericum is used as a protection against infection in:
puncture wounds,
1st and 2nd degree burns,
falls onto the tailbone,
crushed fingers in slammed doors, toe and finger pain.
Hypericum speeds healing in spinal irritation.
Hypericum helps with impotency caused from a nerve injury.
Hypericum is also a top mental nerve remedy. Hypericums helps with depression and irritability following injury, stress, shock.
Hypericum is becoming well known from its increased use for anxiety and depression. Well-known by its herbal name, St. John's Wort. Hypericum is included in our MoodFix product. Researchers have discovered St. John's Wort alters brain chemistry in a way which improves mood. Clinical studies have also helped to demonstrate this improvement in moodiness.
Hypericum is excellent for injuries to areas rich in nerves such as fingers, toes and genitals.
Hypericum Mini Materia Medica:
Dental: Use hypericum prior to going to the dentist to help prevent nerve pain or pain from dental surgery, such as root canal or tooth extraction. Hypericum helps prevent dry socket.
Head: Hypericum is helpful for headache where there is vertigo, head has strange sensations.
Injuries: Hypericum is useful for injuries of the spinal cord. Hypericum prevents lockjaw from puncture wounds and gives relief from insect bites, bee stings, abrasions, burns, cuts, eye injury.
Nerve Injury: Use Hypericum for postherpetic neuralgia (post-her-PET-ic noo-RAL-jah), a painful condition affecting your nerve fibers and skin. Postherpetic neuralgia is a complication of shingles, a second outbreak of the varicella-zoster virus, which initially causes chickenpox.
During an initial infection of chickenpox, some of the virus remains in your body, lying dormant inside nerve cells. Years later, the virus may reactivate, causing shingles.
Many older people continue to feel pain long after the rash and blisters of shingles heal, and this postherpetic neuralgia may continue for years.
Hypericum is used for pain in extremities also, such as fingertips, toes, lips, nose. Hypericum can help with darting pain, jerking and twitching of muscles.
Pre and Post-Operative Pain: Take hypericum before surgery to speed healing and take after to reduce pain.
Puncture Wounds: Hypericum is useful for wounds that are sore, painful and long-lasting. Preventative for lockjaw.
Splinters: Hypericum is useful for relieving pain and fosters healing.
Tailbone Injury: Hypericum is useful even in old tailbone injuries. Relief from shooting pain.
Hypericum is also known as Hypericum Perforatum and Hypericum Perf.
Dosage and potency guidelines."


accessmedicine.com
www.accessmedicine.com . . .
"Fitzpatrick's Dermatology in General Medicine, 7e

Part 5. Neurocutaneous and Psychocutaneous Aspects of Skin Disease > Section 18. Neurocutaneous and Psychocutaneous Skin Disease >

Prognosis and Clinical Course

Sections: Prognosis and Clinical Course, Itch Caused by Skin Disorders, Pruritus in Atopic Dermatitis, Psoriasis , Neuropathic Itch, Postherpetic Neuralgia, Notalgia Paresthetica, Brachioradial Pruritus, Systemic Itch, Pruritus of Chronic Renal Disease, Pruritus of Cholestasis, Pruritus of Endocrine Disease, Pruritus in Hematologic Disease and Lymphoreticular Malignancy, Pruritus as a Manifestation of Solid Malignant Tumors, Pruritus of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection, Psychogenic Itch, Miscellaneous Types of Itch, Senescent Skin and Itch, Itch Associated with Burns and Scars, Aquagenic Pruritus.

Topics Discussed: aquagenic pruritus; atopic dermatitis; brachioradial pruritus; burns; cholestatic pruritus; cicatrix; endocrinologic disorders; hematologic disorders; hiv; kidney failure, chronic; notalgia paresthetica; post-herpetic neuralgia; pruritus; psoriasis; psychogenic pruritus; solid tumour.

Excerpt: "Generalized pruritus can wax and wane. Changes in the clinical presentation may be associated with seasonal changes, such as exacerbation of atopic dermatitis in the winter, or changes between dry and humid environments. Pruritus associated with underlying internal disease is often multifactorial, involving both systemic and external factors, including ambient temperature and humidity. Chronic itch associated with skin disease may also include central neural sensitization.(See Chap. 14)Postherpetic neuralgia commonly has neuropathic pain; and often, associated neuropathic itch as well. Pruritus commonly accompanies both acute zoster and postherpetic neuralgia, particularly lesions affecting the head, face, and neck.69(See Chap. 151)Itch is the most common dermatologic symptom among people over 65 years of age.96,97 At least 50 percent of persons aged 70 years or older suffer from prolonged bouts of troublesome pruritus. Idiopathic itch in the elderly, sometimes referred to inappropriately as senile pruritus, is common and presents a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge. Itch in senescent skin can result from a variety..." "

please pay $29.95 for next 24 hours of use.. blah blah blah....

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*****
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postherpetic itch
www.google.com . . .


www.paineurope.com . . .
"You should wear natural fibres to reduce the irritation from your clothes. 3 An antihistamine taken at bedtime may help you to sleep better and reduce your nighttime scratching. This may then make the itch less severe the following day. 5
Other treatments may also be tried. These include various soothing or anaesthetic creams, injections, biofeedback (see below for more information), transcutaneous nerve stimulation or TENS (which uses small amounts of electricity to block pain signals), ultrasound and other techniques. You may need to see a specialist in a pain clinic for some of these. 5"

Do wear loose fitting cotton clothes to reduce skin irritation.
Do cool painful areas with ice cubes (wrapped in a plastic bag), or have a cool bath.

postherpetic neuropathy
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www.mayoclinic.com . . .

;O
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excerpt on Neuropathy:
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?????
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RA & post op pain
www.paineurope.com . . .

www.paineurope.com . . .


quake in New Brunswick, Canada.
re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Wed Aug 04, 2010 01:05 AM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-04 02:20:44 found more GGC, etc.
re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Wed Aug 04, 2010 08:05 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-04 20:42:33 added more.. hmm hmmm Garrett.
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-04 21:46:36 bits, Barenboim and Perlman, ohh, the latter, WHAT an inspiration!!
What got left off of the DVD:
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doesn't load, but we'll grab it anyway!
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viola theme from slow movement of Schumann number 2 going through my head.

david garrett
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www.last.fm . . .

my impression from concert on PBS. All speed. very little expression, phrasing, or timbre. Needs to SLOW DOWN and FEEEEL the music!

Plays Paganini for the speed, not for the emotion.
www.amazon.com . . .



gear change: MSN tidbits:
8 year old paints like Monet:
www.today.msnbc.msn.com . . .


types of energy to burn fat:
health.msn.com . . .

Sports:
Shaq signs with Celtics:
msn.foxsports.com . . .


Jones the newcomer on U.S. roster
msn.foxsports.com . . .

health.msn.com . . .

gear change: Barenboim
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"itzak perlman"
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"itzhak perlman"
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triplecheck!!!
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sharedmp3.net -- CAREFUL!!!


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vids:
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:D :] :D

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Ischa and Pinky:
itzhak perlman and pinchas zukerman
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re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Thu Aug 05, 2010 04:03 AM
House re: disability:
www.hulu.com . . .


House.. nah, it's just me!
www.hulu.com . . .
re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Thu Aug 05, 2010 07:45 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-05 21:16:54 submitted before power went out.. again. Pet enclosures and weather clips on the bottom
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-05 21:36:30 re-submitted to get FISHER CAT (bold for id) sound samples.
the stuff on Fisher Cats.. etc.
scale -- 15 to 25+ lbs.
Image hotlink - 'http://fishercatscreech.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/fisher-cat-picture2-1024x731.jpg'

Image hotlink - 'http://fishercatscreech.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/fisher-cat-screech-picture-731x1024.jpg'


From where Mum carefully HID this article, hoping no one would unearth it. WEll, looks like I found it. :P
And a good thing, too!

www.boston.com . . .

www.google.com . . .

www.thebostonchannel.com . . .
Residents Blaming Fisher Cats For Lost Pets

Metrowest Neighborhoods Affected By Weasel-Like Mammal"

POSTED: 6:27 am EDT July 30, 2010
UPDATED: 11:05 am EDT July 30, 2010
BOSTON
--

A number of Metrowest families are reporting that their family pets have been vanishing at an alarming rate, and other animals are turning up dead, and some believe fisher cats are to blame.
An Andover resident even captured videos of the sharp-toothed weasel-like mammal up in a tree. Missing posters are turning up all over the region as pet owners search for animals that have disappeared recently.
"Signs everywhere. 'Lost dogs. Family heartbroken. Please help.' And you just know they're not coming back," professional dog walker Debi Whitcomb said.

The fisher cats have been spotted more often in residential neighborhoods. Whitcomb, who has clients in Dover, Natick, Needham, Wellesley and Wayland, says many of them have seen the animals.
"I've seen them slinking along, you know, the edge of people's yards, inside their fence, in Wellesley. I had one client who said they went to let their dog out on the deck and there was a fisher cat walking on the railing," Whitcomb said.
That was in broad daylight. In the past year, Dover resident Linda Ribeiro has lost two cats and a dog. She said she saw a fisher cat as big as a coffee table two weeks ago.
"Almost looked like a sea serpent or something. The head was up and then it came down to short front legs and then the back goes up and arches and then this long tail that's stuck up in the air," she said.
Ribeiro said homeowners need to be cautious.
"Just try to protect your animals. Keep an eye on them. I would protect small children too. I mean, that thing I saw was big and scary," Ribeiro said.
Wildlife officials in Metrowest said the days of worrying solely about coyotes are gone because the fisher cat population, which was once nearly extinct in the area, has rebounded. The animals are part of a family of animals that includes weasels, mink, otter, and skunks. They can be active in either day or night, but tend to be seen at dawn and dusk.
The Massachusetts Division of Wildlife says fisher cats do "view domestic cats and rabbits as food and will prey on them when hunting." It also says to keep pet rabbits and poultry secure, and remove trash, garbage, compost, and pet food that may attract fisher cats.
Copyright 2010 by TheBostonChannel.com. "
www.thebostonchannel.com . . .

comments from website:
I live in Dover and a few days ago saw a fisher cat cross Springdale Road at dusk with a gray squirrel in its mouth.

The fisher population has exploded. Fishers are regulated furbearers in MA with a short, 3-week, box trapping only season in Nov. NO ONE can trap without a current trapping license registered with the state. If you wish help to legally remove fisher or coyote from your area for little or no cost, contact masstrappers.com.

I too have heard them, and it is a screaming sound that would raise the hair on the back of your neck. They are an animal that you definately want to stay away from. People, keep your pets indoors, and not just if you live near woods, they are everywhere now.

KEEP YOUR PETS INSIDE PEOPLE..DUH,,CATS DONT BELONG OUTSIDE AT NIGHT OR DURING THE DAY. ITS YOUR OWN FAULT FOR BEING STUPID. HOUSE PETS ARE JUST WHAT THEY ARE..HOUSE..IN THE HOUSE.
FOR PETES SAKE WHY ARE SOME PEOPLE SO IGNORANT.

even a 6' fence won't keep these creatures out, trust me. And if you've heard the noise they make, you know exactly what I'm talking about. It IS the scariest sound I have ever heard!!

They hide in trees and jump down on the cat/small dog and voila... your pet is gone instantly!

ishers are everywhere! If you' ve got small dogs or cats be careful and never let them out unsupervised unless you have a fence at least 6 feet high. I live in Metrowest and hear fisher screams every morning as I walk my dogs along the banks of the Charles River. They scream just before they kill something - it's bloodcurdling and disturbing, but also nature in it's purest form. Survival of the fittest means your little dog or cat doesn't have a chance.....

They are grey/brown in color, stand about 1 foot high and are about 2 feet long with a very scary face and big teeth. Keep your pets inside!!!

They sound almost like a baby with a blood curdling scream that goes right up your spine. Believe me, if you hear one, you'll know it. Keep your pets indoors or right by your side, although they will attack you if they are aggrevated. They are very, very nasty!!!!

here is a link to where a fisher cat attacked a child
fishercatscreech.com . . .
^^ has more resources including background information on fisher cats.
fishercatscreech.com . . .-
"Police say the boy was waiting for the bus with his mother and other kids, when the 20-to-25 pound animal appeared. The mother told the animal attacked when the group started walking away.

The mother kicked the animal off her son, and another child threw a backpack at the fisher cat. A neighbor eventually chased the fisher cat away."


fishercatscreech.com . . .
fisher cat during morning hours.

f you allow pets to roam freely outdoors, particularly small animals, you have to realize that they become part of the food chain in that area. If you don't want your pets to disappear, you have to monitor them at all times while outdoors. I find it rather ironic however and would bet on it though that many of the same people who want to trap and drown these native predators because of their outrage over disappearing pets are the same ones who voted to ban commercial trapping in Massachusetts.

why are people expecting authorities to do something? they are not responsible for people allowing their pets to stay outside and getting killed. people need to be held accountable and keep your small dogs, cats and other critters indoors

I've seen one in my back yard. They can become large enough to at least prey on smaller dogs, and any cat. The one I saw was bigger than a small dog. They move in a kind of slinky way. (I'm not sure how else to put it.) With their back raised, they sort of hop along. This one was chasing a squirrel in daytime.

The fisher cats and the coyotes are out of control!!!
They roam the streets beside the Faulkner Hospital/Allandale Farms,Franklin Park, and Webster Conservation Woods in Newton..just to name a few. Something needs to be done to REDUCE the populations and protect family pets... pp 9



Image hotlink - 'http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a2/Fisher_%28animal%29.jpg'
en.wikipedia.org . . .(animal)
"The fisher (Martes pennanti), also referred to as fisher cat, is a medium-sized mammal native to North America. It is closely related to but larger than the American Marten (Martes americana). Names derived from aboriginal languages include pekan, pequam, and wejack. The fisher is a forest-dwelling creature whose range covers much of the boreal forest in Canada to the northern fringes of the United States.[3]
Males and females are similar in appearance but the males are larger in size. Males are between 90 to 120 centimetres (35–47 in) in length and weigh between 3.5 to 5 kilograms (8–11 lb). Females measure 75 to 95 centimetres (30–37 in) and weigh between 2 to 2.5 kilograms (4–6 lb).[4] The fur of the fisher varies seasonally with fur being denser and glossier in the winter. During the summer the colors become more mottled as the fur goes through a molting cycle. Fishers prefer to hunt in full forest. While they are agile climbers most of their time is spent on the forest floor. They also prefer to forage where there is a lot of fallen dead wood on the forest floor. Fishers are omnivorous and will feed on a wide variety of small animals and occasionally fruits and mushrooms. They show a preference for Snowshoe Hare and are one of the few predators that can successfully hunt porcupine.[5] Despite their name, fishers seldom eat fish.
The reproductive cycle of the fisher lasts almost the entire year. Female fishers give birth to a litter of 3-4 kits in the spring. They nurse and care for their kits up until late summer when they are old enough to set out on their own. Shortly after giving birth, females enter estrus and leave their den to find a mate. Implantation of the blastocyst is delayed until the following spring when they give birth and the cycle is renewed.[6]
Fishers have few predators except for man. Fishers have been trapped since the 18th century for their fur. Their pelts were in such demand that they were driven to near extinction in the early part of the 20th century. Conservation and protection measures have allowed the species to rebound but their current range is still reduced from its historic limits. In the 1920s when pelt prices were high, some fur farmers attempted to raise fishers. However, their unusual delayed reproduction made breeding difficult. When pelt prices fell in the late 1940s most fisher farming ended. While fishers are usually shy and elusive, urban encroachments into their forest habitat has placed them in uncomfortable proximity to human habitation. In recent years there have been several reports of fishers attacking small dogs and cats and in at least one case, a small child.[7]


Etymology

The name implies a diet of fish yet it seldom dines on aquatic organisms. Early Dutch settlers noted its similarity to the European polecat (Mustela putorius). Fitchet is a name derived from the Dutch word visse which means 'nasty'. In the French language, the pelt of a polecat is called fiche or fichet.[8]
In some regions the fisher is known as a pekan, derived from its name in the Abenaki language. Wejack was derived from otchoek (Cree) and otochilik (Ojibwa) by fur traders. Other American Indian names for the fisher are tha cho (Chippewayan), meaning "big marten", and uskool (Wabanaki).[8]
[edit]Taxonomy

The Latin species name pennanti is named for Thomas Pennant who described the fisher in 1771. Buffon had first described the creature in 1765, calling it a pekan. Pennant examined the same specimen but called it a fisher apparently unaware of Buffon's earlier description. It wasn't until about 80 years later that Audubon determined that the two descriptions were in fact the same creature but he incorrectly placed it in the genus of Mustela. The fisher was eventually placed in the correct genus by E.M. Hagmeier in 1959.[9]
Members of the genus Martes are distinguished by having four premolar teeth on the upper and lower jaws. Its close relative Mustela has only three.[10] The fisher has 38 teeth. The dentition formula is:
Dentition
3.1.4.1
3.1.4.2

Evolution

There is evidence that ancestors of the fisher migrated to North America during the Pliocene era between 2.5 - 5 million years ago. Two extinct mustelids M. palaeosinensis and M. anderssoni have been found in eastern Asia. The first true fisher, M. divuliana has only been found in North America. There are strong indications that M. divuliana is related to the Asian finds which suggests a migration. M. Pennanti has been found as early as the Late Pleistocene era about 125,000 years ago. There are no major differences between the Pleistocene fisher and the modern fisher. Fossil evidence indicates that the fisher's range extended further south than it does today.[8]
Three subspecies were identified by Goldman in 1935, M.p. columbiana, M.p. pacifica, and M.p. pennanti. Later research has debated whether these subspecies could be positively identified. In 1959 E.M. Hagmeier concluded that the subspecies were not separable based on either fur or skull characteristics. Although some debate still exists, it is generally recognized that the fisher is a monotypic genus with no extant subspecies.[11]

Description



Face of a fisher.
Fishers are a medium-size mammal. Their bodies are long, thin, and low to the ground. In appearance the sexes are hard to distinguish but they are sexually dimorphic in size with the male being larger than the female. Males are between 90 to 120 centimetres (35–47 in) in length and weigh between 3.5 to 5 kilograms (8–11 lb). Females measure 75 to 95 centimetres (30–37 in) and weigh between 2 to 2.5 kilograms (4–6 lb).[4] The largest ever male fisher recorded weighed 9 kilograms (20 lb).[12]
The fisher's fur changes with the season and differs slightly between sexes. Males have coarser coats than females. In the early winter the coats are dense and glossy ranging from 30 millimetres (1 in) on the chest to 70 millimetres (3 in) on the back. The color ranges from deep brown to black although it appears to be much blacker in the winter when contrasted with white snow. From the face to the shoulders fur can be hoary gold or silver due to tricolored guard hairs. The underside of a fisher is almost completely brown except for randomly placed patches of white- or cream-colored fur. In the summer, the fur color is more variable and may lighten considerably. Fishers undergo molting starting in late summer and finishing by November or December.[13]
Fishers have five toes on each foot with unsheathed, retractable claws. Their feet are disproportionately larger than their legs which makes it easier for them to move on top of snow packs. In addition to the toes, there are four central pads on each foot. On the hind paws there are coarse hairs that grow between the pads and the toes which gives them added traction when walking on a variety of surfaces.[14] Fishers have extremely mobile ankle joints which can rotate their hind paws almost 180 degrees allowing them to agilely move through tree branches and climb down trees head first.[15]
A circular patch of hair on the central pad of their hind paws marks plantar glands that give off a distinctive odor. Since these patches become enlarged during breeding season there is speculation that they are used for communication for reproduction.[14]

Behavior



A fisher observed at night climbing a tree
Fishers are generally crepuscular.** [Crepuscular is a term used to describe some animals that are primarily active during twilight, that is at dawn and at dusk.[1] The word is derived from the Latin word crepusculum, meaning "twilight."[1] Crepuscular is thus in contrast with diurnal and nocturnal behavior. Crepuscular animals may also be active on a bright moonlit night. Many animals that are casually described as nocturnal are in fact crepuscular.[2] Within the definition of crepuscular are the terms matutinal (or "matinal") and vespertine, denoting species active in the dawn and dusk respectively.
The patterns of activity are thought to be an antipredator adaptation. Many predators forage most intensely at night, while others are active at mid-day and see best in full sun. Thus the crepuscular habit may reduce predation. Additionally, in hot areas, it may be a way of avoiding thermal stress while capitalizing on available light.] They are most active during dawn and dusk hours of the day. They are active year-round. Fishers are solitary, only associating with other fishers for mating purposes. Males become more active during mating season. Females are least active during pregnancy and gradually increase activity after birth of their kits.[6]
[edit]Hunting and diet
Fishers are generalist predators. They will feed on any animal they can catch and will eat carrion. They are also known to supplement their meat diet with insects, nuts, berries, and mushrooms. Their primary prey includes snowshoe hare and porcupine. Since they are solitary hunters their choice of prey is limited to their size. Analyses of stomach contents and scat have found evidence of birds, small mammals and even moose and deer. The latter food sources shows that they are not averse to eating carrion. Fishers have been observed to feed on the carcasses of deer left by hunters.[16]
Fishers are one of the few predators that seek out and kill porcupines. There are stories in popular literature that fishers can flip a porcupine onto its back and "scoop out its belly like a ripe melon."[17] As early as 1966, this was identified as an exaggerated myth.[18] However, observational studies show that fishers will make repeated biting attacks on the face of a porcupine and kill it after about 25–30 minutes.[5]
[edit]Reproduction
The reproductive cycle of the fisher is an almost year round cycle. Female fishers begin to breed at about one year of age. Breeding takes place in late March to early April. Blastocyst implantation is then delayed for 10 months until mid-February of the following year when active pregnancy begins. After gestating for about 50 days, the female gives birth to one to six kits. The female then enters estrus 7–10 days later and the breeding cycle begins again.[19]
Females den in hollow trees. Kits are born blind and helpless. They are partially covered with fine hair. Kits begin to crawl after about 3 weeks. After about 7 weeks they open their eyes. They start to climb after 8 weeks. Kits are completely dependent on their mother's milk for the first 8–10 weeks after which they begin to switch to a solid diet. After 4 months kits become intolerant of their litter mates and at 5 months the mother pushes them out on their own. After one year, juveniles will have established their own range.[6]

Range

[edit]Habitat


A fisher in the woods near Ipswich, Massachusetts
Although fishers are competent tree climbers they spend most of their time on the forest floor. They prefer conifer dominated forests especially in Western North America but are known to inhabit mixed wood deciduous forests as well. One of the factors that fishers select for are forest floors that are occupied by coarse woody debris. In western forests where fire regularly removes understorey debris, fishers show a preference for riparian woodland habitat.[20][21][22] They prefer closed canopy forests and avoid open spaces.

In recent years[when?], they have spread from Vermont into southern New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, and have recently[when?] been reintroduced into dozens of areas across the United States, including in Montana, Oregon, and Washington. As of 2009, reports[citation needed] indicate the fisher population has returned to areas from which they were previously extirpated, such as Connecticut, the Hudson Valley in New York, and New Jersey. The fisher has been seen in Alaska since the 1990s.
There are scattered fisher populations at present in the Rocky Mountains, mostly the result of reintroductions. In January 2008 fishers were reintroduced into the Olympic National Park in Washington State. Fishers, native to Washington, have not been known to exist anywhere in the state for generations because of overtrapping in the 1800s and early 1900s and the loss of old-growth forests.[23]
Recent studies, as well as anecdotal evidence, suggest that fishers have begun making inroads into suburban backyards, farmland, and even semi-urban areas in Michigan, Pennsylvania and central Massachusetts [24] as well as Ontario and Quebec in Canada.
[edit]Fishers and people

Fishers have had a long history of contact with humans. Most of the contact has been to the detriment of fisher populations. Driven to near extinction due to excessive trapping in the early 20th century, populations have since recovered sufficiently that the species is no longer endangered. Increasing forest cover in eastern North America means that fisher populations will remain sufficiently robust for the near future.

Conflicts


Fisher raiding a farmer's duck coop
In some areas fishers can become pests to farmers because they will get into a pen and kill large numbers of chickens. Unprovoked attacks on humans are extremely rare,[7] but they will attack if they feel threatened or cornered. There have been a few instances of fishers preying on cats and small dogs.[34][35][36][37][38][39][40] A study done in 1979 examined the stomach contents of all fishers trapped in the state of New Hampshire; cat hairs were found in only one of over 1,000 stomachs.[41] While there is popular belief for more frequent attacks on pets, zoologists suggest bobcats or coyotes are more likely to prey upon domestic cats and chickens."

more at Wiki site, including Fisher Screech, and Living with Fishers in Mass.


Fisher in Massachusetts
www.mass.gov . . .

" o Considered by many to be a strictly wilderness species, the fisher is now appearing in more populated areas. Alert, secretive, and solitary, there is no question the fisher has made an amazing comeback in the commonwealth. As with other wildlife species, problems with fishers may sometimes arise.

:( :C

Preventing Conflicts

To avoid problems with fishers you can follow some basic steps:

1. Do protect pets and poultry. Fishers are predators that prey on medium sized mammals and poultry. Fishers do view domestic cats and rabbits as food and will prey on them when hunting. They will also raid chicken coops and can kill numerous chickens at a time. For their safety,cats should be kept indoors at all times. Pet rabbits and poultry should be kept in tightly secured buildings or hutches that prevent access by fishers.


2. Do remove any other potential food source. Fishers are opportunistic feeders that will consistently hunt in areas where they have been successful in the past. Suspend supplemental bird feeding as the seed attracts small mammals, which in turn attract fishers. It is also a good idea to secure trash, garbage, compost, and pet food, as these are also potential meals.


3. Do educate your neighbors. If you are experiencing problems with fishers in your yard be sure to alert neighbors so they too can follow these basic steps.

The young are born helpless, blind, and sparsely furred. Maternal dens, located in a tree cavity high in a large tree, are used for the first 8 to 10 weeks. Once the kits become mobile, they are moved from the maternal den to one on or below the ground.
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Habits

Fishers are shy and elusive animals that are rarely seen even in areas where they are abundant. They can be active day or night and tend to exhibit crepuscular (dawn and dusk) and nocturnal activity in the summer and diurnal (daytime) activity in the winter. They remain active year round and do not hibernate. Their preferred habitat is mixed forest with heavy canopy cover as they tend to avoid traveling in large open areas. They commonly use hollow logs, stonewalls, tree cavities, and brush piles as resting sites.

Food

Fishers are omnivorous. Their primary foods include small rodents, squirrels, rabbits, birds, eggs, fruit, porcupines, and carrion. They will also opportunistically prey on poultry and domestic cats. Although they are proficient climbers, most of their hunting takes place on the ground.

Fishers are an important natural resource in Massachusetts. They are classified as a furbearer species, for which an established regulated trapping season and management program exists.

If you are experiencing problems with, or have questions regarding fishers, contact the nearest MassWildlife District office.
www.mass.gov . . .

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also, Living with Fisher Cats.
docs.google.com . . .

"The fisher exhibits the typical “weasel” shape with a long, slender body, short legs, and furred tail. It has a

pointed face (although not as pronounced as fox or coyote) with large, rounded ears set close to the head. It is

well adapted for climbing and has sharp, retractable claws similar to those of a domestic cat. Its coloration is

generally a rich brown to black with grizzled grayish coloring on the head and shoulders and the darkest coloring

occurring on the rump, tail, and legs. Females typically have the darkest fur. Individuals may also have irregular

white patches of fur on their chest and lower abdomen.


important!
www.mass.gov . . .

"Wildlife appears in backyards for a reason; identifying and understanding that reason is the first step toward minimizing potential conflicts.
Most often, conflicts with wildlife can be avoided by eliminating or securing any food source that can attract unwanted animals. Examples of this suburban buffet would include birdseed, suet, garbage, fruit, compost, vegetable gardens or pet food that is left accessible.
Problems with denning animals can be solved by blocking off access to shelter afforded by attics, chimneys or the crawl space under decks and garden sheds.
Occasional wildlife encounters around the home can be handled by scaring a nuisance animal away with loud noises, bright lights or a human presence."



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I knew there was a rainbow.. SOMEwhere!

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*** dc to fisher cats. pictures and sounds:
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fishercatscreech.com . . .


New England Fisher Cats
fishercatscreech.com . . .

"I saw and heard a fisher cat in Burlington, ma today Sunday April 15th as i was letting out my dog and i had to run out and crab my dog because the fisher cat was right across the street from my house and i was afraid my dog would be carried away or eaten. There screech is very scary and i would not want to be around one, there very scaring looking like a rat type face, there screech sounds like an older woman getting murdered kind of like a crying scared women. PLEASE KEEP YOUR ANIMALS AWAY FROM THEM AND IF YOU SEE OR HERE ONE PLEASE KEEP YOUR DISTANCE FROM THEM. TRY NOT TO LET YOUR CHILDREN NEAR THEM EITHER OR HAS THERE BEEN INCIDENTS OF LITTLE CHILDREN BEEN HURT BY THIS FISHER CAT. THANKS"


"Father-in-law said he had seen a black mink in our back woods. I just saw it today while I was on my deck and figured out it was a fisher. I saw it walk straight up a large oak tree and climb back down head first. We have tons of chipmunks around, so I’m wondering if he is feeding on them. We also have a swamp in our back woods.
Braintree, MA"


"I live in Worcester, MA and one has been killing the cat’s in the neighborhood. I had no idea what was making the cat’s go missing until I heard it last night screaming in my yard for a long time, along with screaming from whatever it was attacking. It was the most horrible thing I have heard. Woke up the whole house out of a sound sleep. This is now the 5th cat from the neighborhood that has gone missing. Yikes these things scare me."


"I was in Gloucester this weekend and by the artist colony I saw a hole in an eve and as we were walking past one fell out and the other ones faces were looking out of the hole . I never saw or hear dof them until now
"


"I first saw a fisher cat in Dedham, Ma, a couple of years ago in Dedham, MA.
I was looking out my window into back yard last evening when one ran out of the
small strip of trees and greenery, Mansfield, Ma.

The one I saw last evening was tan in color with a brown of black tail. The one I saw in Dedham was all black.

After seein one, you know when you have seen one again."


re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:07 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-05 22:21:37 Fisher predators and other predators
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-06 00:11:20
Fisher Cat, cont'd

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www.youtube.com . . .
www.BatGuys.com - I watched this fisher chase a gray squirrel across the tops of maple trees for about 15 minutes. They are very agile animals!
Category:


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Fisher cat attacks boy.. from above post.

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other predators:
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Malware type: JavaScript

Aliases: No Alias Found

In the wild: Yes

Destructive: No

Language: English

Platform: Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, Server 2003

Encrypted: No
Overall risk rating:
Low

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Reported infections:
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Damage potential:
High
Distribution potential:
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Description:


A JavaScript may be written with malicious intent. Script malware makes use of Microsoft's Windows Scripting Host (WSH). WSH is a Windows administration tool that makes objects and services available for various scripts and provides a set of guidelines within which the script is executed. It allows remote malicious users to run scripts from the Windows desktop, Windows Explorer, and Windows command prompt.

WSH cannot distinguish between malicious and non-malicious script. Double-clicking on a script malware file will cause the malware to run its main action and payload, thus infecting the system.


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Minimum scan engine version needed: 8.900

Pattern file needed: 7.321.00

Pattern release date: Jul 19, 2010


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"The Convention"
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re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Sat Aug 07, 2010 04:25 AM
Woman uses three stooges technique to defend against assailant
www.nbc-2.com . . .



gear change: demon night geeshing from hell:
24 hours ago I had managed to get myself down the stairs, and call 911 for an ambulance, and be transported to the hospital ER with crazy nausea and vomiting. I was throwing up so hard I was seeing stars. Balance was NOT. room kept on shifting and bending. Everything seemed to be moving clockwise.


Probable causes: expired powered milk, sour 1% milk, bad 1/2 and 1/2, bad mixture of brown rice, swedish meatballs and red cabbage; unwashed lettuce, unwashed grape tomatoes.
Spoiler: Show

Symptoms didn't really hit until I went down for some blueberries. The sweetening in the blueberries must have touched off a reaction. Tried to go up the stairs, felt things begin to be unbalanced. vertigo at set in then. Then, was sitting here at computer. Felt nausea start up. Felt really dizzy.. room started moving.

and then, well, tossing cookies into wastebasket, managed to get into bathroom... all hell broke loose. (If you're reading this, go away! next part is pretty bad.) tossed cookies through mouth and nose. threw up for 2 1/2 hours. was dry heaving at the end...Signs and symptoms included seeing stars, vertigo and spinning room, break out of sweat. Headache. Talk about being ultra "drunk" without being drunk.

managed to get cleaned up. Went to bedroom, carrying plastic bucket, threw up while getting ready.. getting bare essentials. dialed 911 from downstairs phone.

went outdoors, and to side steps. ambulance (with lights flashing) showed up IN FRONT of house. Tried to navigate self down driveway. Couldn't walk well.

Went in side door of ambulance. waves of nausea. still experiencing vertigo. had pleasant chat, though felt quite sick on way in. iv started, anti-emetic. Didn't really help much, but iv started working on dehydration. another bag added once I was in hospital.
warm blankets, hospital was freezing. took anti dizziness stuff.
cold water too soon, ginger ale tasted good. (they even had sugar free).
attendant drew blood off of line. did urine sample.
bp was high to begin with: 144/85 went to 135/82 then 115/73. then 107/67.

Still experiencing vertigo. Was able to call Mum. day in SUPREME hell. tried walking. room kept spinning.

hospital staff recommends liquids and proceeding slowly to solid food. I wanted crackers.

Mum went to Walgreen's, while I sat in car and rested. She bought honey grahams, which tasted pretty good (and promptly stopped up digestive tract/constipation).

Slept most of day and afternoon. Dad wants me to come to supper. So that he can ask me about movies, and where he's left things. :O arrrrgh.
Mum, starts offering me all sorts of things.

Had mainly crackers. need to make jello. despite warning about driving, went over to 24 hr store, bought milk, ginger ale, more crackers.

feeling nauseous now. hoping it's just sign of laxsupp working.
drinking water, dilute aj to rehydrate.




gear change:
House and Cuddy, get it on?!?!?
www.fancast.com . . .
"Lisa Edelstein: Dr. ‘House’ Makes For One Sexy Boyfriend!
by Matt Webb Mitovich
Aug 3rd, 2010 | 6:21 PM | Comments 33
Will they or won’t they? Pfft, that question is now moot on Fox’s ‘House,’ seeing as in the season finale Dr. Mean (played by Hugh Laurie) and boss lady Cuddy finally agreed on what viewers have known all along: they just might be better together than alone.

But how will this workplace romance play out? Can a House in love be the same House we love? On the red carpet at Fox’s Monday-night All-Star Party, Lisa Edelstein spoke with Fancast about whether playing doctor with House is good medicine.

What are we to make of those paparazzi photos that surfaced of you and Hugh Laurie cuddling on a beach as House and Cuddy?
Hugh and I were sneaking off to Malibu for a secret rendezvous, but because I’m very vain I brought a lighting crew with me.

Scoop On The ‘House’ Sneak Peak That Got Fans Hot!

Are things going well for them when the new season starts?
Things are going really well. They are definitely exploring this relationship. There are problems built in, but it’s been really fun so far.

What kind of a boyfriend is he?
Sexy. A sexy boyfriend. He’s smart and sexy, come on! Why would she be there otherwise?

‘House’ Opens Doors To ‘Dirty’ Dancer Jennifer Grey

[Series creator] David Shore told me the premiere picks up about 20 minutes after the finale. Are we going to catch them, what, “rounding second base”?
Possibly, possibly….

Do they exchange any words along the lines of “This is something I always knew would happen”?
I think they both felt that way. There’s some implication in what they talk about that there’s always been a deep relationship between the two of them. This is just furthering that exploration.

Exclusive: Is Jennifer Morrison Trekking Back To ‘House’?

But please reassure us that House and Cuddy will still have their bickering-filled scenes and encounters.
Absolutely. That’s the thing – David managed to write episodes in which all the things you would worry about happening to the show itself, they worry about happening to their relationship in the hospital. They need that dynamic, they need to be at each other’s throats in some way. So there is a bit of a struggle trying to find their footing and remember who they are with each other at work.

Is Cuddy happy?
I think right now, yes. They’re both going into it with a lot of gusto.

And as an actress, are you excited to have this new flavor to play?
It’s been great. Seven years into a show and it’s a great story line and I love who I work with. I couldn’t be happier!

Coming soon to Fancast: ‘House’ executive producers David Shore and Katie Jacobs preview the new season (premiering September 20) and one new arrival. Also, Jesse Spencer shares a peek at Chase’s active new “love” life.

Want scoop on your favorite show? Send your question to MattMtvguy@gmail.com and read The Big Tease every Tuesday at Fancast!

More on These Topics: Fox | House | Hugh Laurie | Lisa Edelstein | Top
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socialitelife.celebuzz.com . . .
"House's, Hugh Laurie and Lisa Edelstein filmed a season premiere spoiler in the form of a make-out scene on the beaches of Malibu together, on June 17th.

Entertainment Weekly reported that Katie Jacobs, House executive producer, confirmed Laurie and Edelstein's characters, House and Cuddy would finally begin a relationship next season, "This is real and something that they are going to try." Jacobs says. "It's something they stayed away from for a long period of time because it's dangerous and the consequences could be severe. But now they're going to give it a try."

Well, according to the recent on-set snaps, they sure are giving it a try! Are you, House fans, excited to FINALLY see House and Cuddy together?

In addition to filming the seventh season of House, Hugh Laurie just wrapped up the indie film The Oranges, co-starring Gossip Girl's Leighton Meester and Catherine Keener.



Photos: Pacific Coast News Online
Website: pacificcoastnewsonline.celebuzz.com
More: California, Cuddy, Fox, House, Hugh Laurie, Lisa Edelstein, Malibu"


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Scoop On The ‘House’ Sneak Peak That Got Fans Hot!
Jun 23rd, 2010 | 2:43 PM | Comments 46
"A series of beach photos have ‘House‘ fans hot – in more ways than one.

Newly surfaced location shoot photos show series leads Hugh Laurie and Lisa Edelstein, in character, getting quite cozy on the Malibu sands. Yes, there is cuddling. And oh yes, there is kissing.

What are fans to make of the visual evidence? Having just shared their first real kiss in last month’s season finale, just how hot and heavy are House and Cuddy when the series resumes this fall?

And then there’s the beach locale: Has the new couple stolen away for a vacation already?

The Funniest Relationship on TV? Colbert and ‘House’

Fancast did some asking around – bumping up against the “cone of silence” that is Fox’s ‘House’ – yet nonetheless turned up a few sand-like grains of information.

For starters, and as some have surmised, “Huddy” have not sneaked off to Malibu. Rather, the West Coast beaches are “posing” as the Jersey Shore, a source tells me. That makes all the sense in the world, seeing as ‘House’ is set in the Garden State. Let’s just hope that Paul D. and Snooki don’t put in a showing!

So, What Did This Past TV Season Teach You?

As for how much heat House and Cuddy have experienced since Season 6 faded to black, I have confirmed that not much time at all will have passed when the new episodes launch. So what we are looking at in the beach pics is very much the nascent start of an oft-teased but until now never-pursued romance.

And make no mistake, there will be romance.

“It’s something they stayed away from for a long period of time because it’s dangerous and the consequences could be severe,” exec producer Katie Jacobs told EW.com. “But now they’re going to give it a try.”

And what about you, ‘House’ fans? Are you ready to give Huddy-In-Love a try? Revisit the Season 6 finale here:"



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"V’ Beams Up Original Series’ Villainess – As Anna’s Mother!
"Aug 6th, 2010 | 11:50 AM | Comments 22
‘Glee’s casting of Carol Burnett as Sue Sylvester’s mom has perhaps been trumped.

ABC’s ‘V‘ is bringing on board – figuratively and literally – Jane Badler, who on the original sci-fi series played the Visitors’ malevolent, rodent-scarfing matriarch, Diana, TV Guide Magazine reports.

The Big Tease: Scoop On ‘Lie To Me,’ ‘V’ and More

Starting with the Season 2 premiere, which is tentatively set to air in November, Badler will fill the recurring role of Anna’s (Morena Baccarin) mother, who is named… Diana.

Lightbulb moment!

As the new ‘V’s story continues, it will be revealed that Anna’s mum is being hidden away on a remote section of the Visitors’ mothership that has been designed to replicate their home world. I’m picturing swampy environs, human-sized lily pads and savory flies buzzing about."

www.google.com . . .

www.aceshowbiz.com . . .
"Back at San Diego Comic Con in July this year, "V" showrunner Scott Rosenbaum said that they will introduce Anna's mother in the new season. Keeping the details short, Rosenbaum did not say that they had someone from the original series in mind.

Jane Badler will be reprising her '80s role as Diana. The actress first slipped in the role in the 1983 telepic "V" before reprising it on the miniseries as well as the TV series which was canceled abruptly by NBC in 1985.

According to TV Guide, Diana is being kept in a part of the mother ship that is set up to look like the V's home planet. Rosenbaum said at the Con that Diana will be introduced in the first episode as a mean to explain where the visitors come from. The show, however, will not return until midseason.

In the last episode of season 2, viewers were given a glimpse of Anna feeling her first human emotion. "It starts in episode one, with the continuation of the Red Sky story, and an explanation of the fact that Anna felt human emotion for the first time, and unleashed the Red Sky early, how that really starts to screw up the whole plan that Anna had come up with," Rosenbaum revealed. "


www.aceshowbiz.com . . .


www.google.com . . .


zavan-danga.blogspot.com . . .

vicki_98.tripod.com . . .

vicki_98.tripod.com . . .

vicki_98.tripod.com . . .

vicki_98.tripod.com . . .

vicki_98.tripod.com . . .

vicki_98.tripod.com . . .. Series Purchase

vicki_98.tripod.com . . .

www.allstarpics.net . . .
re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Sun Aug 08, 2010 03:32 AM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-08 04:07:36 yoga for RA, supplement for RA. glucosamine sulfate??
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-08 04:18:05 nature made plus could it be fibromyalgia??
www.google.com . . .

www.google.com . . .

www.google.com . . .

www.google.com . . .


www.google.com . . .



www.youtube.com . . .


www.youtube.com . . .


www.youtube.com . . .

www.youtube.com . . .



www.youtube.com . . .


RA youtube vid:
www.youtube.com . . .


glucosamine sulfate good for RA?
www.walgreens.com . . .


"glucosamine sulfate"
www.google.com . . .

www.rxlist.com . . .

www.rxlist.com . . .
"Acetaminophen (Tylenol, others)
Interaction Rating: Minor Be cautious with this combination.
Talk with your health provider.
There is some concern that taking glucosamine sulfate and acetaminophen (Tylenol, others) together might affect how well each works. But more information is needed to know if this interaction is a big concern. For now, most experts say it is okay to use both together."




******
18 ways to protect your joints from pain:
arthritis.webmd.com . . .

riteaid.naturemade.com . . .

riteaid.naturemade.com . . .

www.rxlist.com . . .

www.webmd.com . . .
re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Sun Aug 08, 2010 02:08 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-08 14:09:27 added re: Gladiators being influence for Marley.
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-08 14:57:13 more on Gladiators -- they're around and playing strong! :) AND, they're in the stores!
Still nauseous. OH, sheesh! MORE of this???


Gladiators! EDIT -- STRONG influence for Bob Marley (and Majek Fashek!)
DOUBLE EDIT!!!! Gladiators are a hot band who were active THE SAME TIME Marley was active.. and probably they still are! Yup! they have an active page.. did performing in 2008.

www.youtube.com . . .#!
in the minor!

:)
www.youtube.com . . .
"Back to Roots."

*****
www.youtube.com . . .

******* live, and REALLY nice guitar riff:
www.youtube.com . . .

www.amazon.com . . .


ADD: www.amazon.com . . .

www.amazon.com . . .
www.amazon.com . . .
9. Prayer To Jah
14. Rude Boy Ska

"Gladiators reggae"
www.google.com . . .


www.roots-archives.com . . .

Gladiators at Borders:
www.borders.com . . .

usedmarketplace.borders.com . . .

B&N:
productsearch.barnesandnoble.com . . .




Gear change: watch the skies for the falling stars!
meteor showers!
cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com . . .


Gear change: Angelina Jolie and Salt:
omg.yahoo.com . . .


"Angelina Jolie in Salt"

www.google.com . . .


Cruise replaced by Jolie in Salt:
www.obsessedwithfilm.com . . .

re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Sun Aug 08, 2010 05:53 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-08 19:43:30 edit: research on nausea, distended tummy, added on Scots.
"kitty cupcakes"
www.google.com . . .
CAUTION: embedded malware sweepers!


gear change: ID
ribbon dance:
www.dance.net . . .
www.youtube.com . . .


ID "drumrolls" like "paradiddles"?
www.dance.net . . .


gear change:
images.epilogue.net . . .
www.epilogue.net . . .

www.epilogue.net . . .
LOVELY SF plus art!


gear change: more on coyotes and fisher cats in RI:
www.bing.com . . .

www.projo.com . . .

www.bing.com . . .


Fisher Cats Massachusetts
www.bing.com . . .


"scale: fisher cat to normal cat"
www.google.com . . .


gear change:
gentle recovery from food poisoning.
www.google.com . . .

www.emedicinehealth.com . . . Poisoning Symptoms

www.emedicinehealth.com . . .

www.emedicinehealth.com . . . at Home
"Gastroenteritis Treatment

Self-Care at Home
The mainstay of home treatment of gastroenteritis is hydration. Dehydration will make the symptoms of nausea and vomiting worse and compound symptoms.

Clear fluids should be consumed for the first 24 hours, then gradually progress the diet as tolerated. Clear fluids are anything you can see through. Popsicles and jell-o work well, since they are ingested slowly. Drinking too much fluid too quickly will distend the stomach and worsen the nausea."
-- yes, to that last line.

Dehydration in adults

Although adults and adolescents have a larger electrolyte reserve than children, electrolyte imbalance and dehydration may still occur as fluid is lost through vomiting and diarrhea. Severe symptoms and dehydration usually develop as complications of medication use or chronic diseases such as diabetes or kidney failure, however, symptoms may occur in healthy people.

Clear fluids are appropriate for the first 24 hours to maintain adequate hydration.

After 24 hours of fluid diet without vomiting, begin a soft-bland solid diet such as the BRAT diet.

For adults, the doctor may give medications to stop vomiting (antiemetics) such as promethazine (Phenergan, Anergan), prochlorperazine (Compazine), or ondansetron (Zofran). Sometimes these medications are prescribed as a suppository. Doctors usually do not recommend antiemetics for infants. Children who are a little older may be offered antiemetic medication. (yes).

Follow-up******

After an infection or irritation of the digestive tract, the patient may not be able to eat a regular diet. Some people may be unable to tolerate dairy products for several weeks after the disease has run its course. The patient should continue to advance slowly from bland nondairy soups and grain products to a solid diet.

If symptoms continue or worsen, call a doctor.

Food handlers should not return to work until their symptoms have resolved. Salmonella infections are a special case; those who work in the medical profession or who are food handlers need to have negative stool cultures for Salmonella before being allowed to return to work. (and, I'm hungry, because...???)"
no info. on BRAT diet.


www.emedicinehealth.com . . .
"Vomiting and Nausea Overview

Vomiting and nausea are not illnesses but common complaints that go along with many diseases and conditions. The problems with nausea and vomiting are related to the cause. Nausea and vomiting from motion sickness or seasickness or cancer therapy can result in loss of water and electrolytes, which can lead to dehydration. Vomiting and nausea known as morning sickness may occur during pregnancy.

Nausea, the unmistakable, unpleasant, queasy feeling in your throat or stomach that may result in vomiting, is a message sent by your brain. It tells you that something isn't right.
Vomiting means emptying your stomach by a strong gag and retch that leads to throwing up. The stomach's contents are forcefully expelled through the mouth. Vomiting can come in waves as the natural movement (known as peristalses) is reversed, and involuntary contractions in the walls of your stomach and esophagus force the stomach contents out. Sometimes coughing or spitting up mucus from the lungs is confused with vomiting. You can only vomit from the stomach.
Retching is the movement of the stomach and esophagus without vomiting. Sometimes this is called the dry heaves. Most people experiencing the dry heaves would rather just throw up and "get it over with." -- damn straight!

Seek medical attention at a hospital’s emergency department in these circumstances:

If you are experiencing nausea or vomiting and severe belly pain

Vomiting with fever, especially in a child

If you can see blood in the vomit

If vomiting won't stop and you are unable to keep down any fluids

If you have a known head injury

If there are other medical conditions present such as heart disease or diabetes

If you observe any signs of confusion or extreme weakness

If a new or severe headache is also present

HERE!
Self-Care at Home

The mainstay of home treatment is to drink fluids. Fluid intake helps correct electrolyte imbalance, which may stop vomiting. This means drinking fluids, which may be the farthest thing from your mind. But it is vital to prevent yourself from becoming dehydrated from fluid loss.

Start with small amounts, such as 4-8 ounces at a time for adults and 1 ounce or less at a time for children. Only use clear liquids (such as clear soup broth, juice, lemon-lime soda). If you're not sure if it's clear, put the liquid in a clear glass bowl and try to read something through it. If you can't read, it's not clear.

Avoid milk and any dairy products. They can make your nausea and vomiting worse.

Work your way up to soft foods, gelatin, oatmeal, yogurt, and similar soft foods and go back to liquids if the nausea and vomiting return.

Dehydration in adults: Although adults and adolescents have a larger electrolyte reserve than children, electrolyte imbalance and dehydration may still occur as fluid is lost through vomiting. Severe symptoms and dehydration usually develop as complications of medication use or chronic diseases such as diabetes or kidney failure. But symptoms may occur in healthy people.

Initially, adults should eat ice chips and clear, noncaffeinated, nondairy liquids such as Gatorade, ginger ale, fruit juices, and Kool-Aid or other commercial drink mixes.

After 24 hours of fluid diet without vomiting, begin a soft-bland solid diet such as the BRAT diet: bananas, rice, applesauce without sugar, toast, pasta, and potatoes.
for me: NO rice, NO pasta. maybe NO potatoes.

(Milk consumption helped?????)

Other Therapy

Ginger may be used to control nausea and vomiting. Studies have shown it to be effective after surgery and for motion sickness. Ginger comes in gelatin capsules containing 500 mg of powdered herb. You may also brew ginger tea or suck on candied or crystallized ginger, which may be available in Asian food stores. To prevent motion sickness, the suggested dose is 2 capsules 30 minutes before departure and 1-2 more as symptoms being to occur, about every 4 hours.

Next Steps


Follow-up

Rest and diligently drink plenty of fluids. Take medication, if prescribed, to combat overwhelming nausea. Avoid excessive motion, strong smells, and anxiety-producing situations. Take medicines as directed."


other links.
familydoctor.org . . .

symptoms.webmd.com . . .

Ohhhh, so skeptical:
www.betterhealthusa.com . . .

www.betterhealthusa.com . . .

inclusive and area to research, but not that complete
familydoctor.org . . .

www.healthline.com . . . looks like better site.
maybe here?
www.healthline.com . . .

horse shoes and hand grenades!



gear change: Scottish "Highlander" magazine
aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=CD7XpGk9fTLWOOqDGywSzzvH-

CQAAAKoEBU_Q8ISx&pbx=1&fp=d108dce304738e09


www.highlandermagazine.com . . .
First couple of them:
www.google.com . . .

www.magazines.com . . .

jacksbookstore.com

traderjackstreasure.com . . .

"sumph"
www.google.com . . .

www.thefreedictionary.com . . .

www.thefreedictionary.com . . .


gear change: exercises for Fibromalgia:
www.emedicinehealth.com . . .
re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Mon Aug 09, 2010 12:18 AM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-09 01:07:00 found more. Gawd, how I want to dance.. and stop feeling so nauseous.y!
The Fite for life.
spicewilliams-crosby.com

www.ifightformylife.com


gear change:

various great things:
www.youtube.com . . .

ID and ghillie:
www.dance.net . . .

because I ALWAYS laced them the wrong way :(
www.dance.net . . .


www.dance.net . . .
www.google.com . . .


www.ehow.co.uk . . .


A rise and grind is like what is at the end of almost every light jig step "rise up hop back hop back 2 3 4".

A bird is like a leap 2 3 (over 2 3), except no 2 3. You lift your front leg up and "leap" into the air like you would a regular leap, but you don't land on that foot, you land on the foot that was kicking your butt.



Turning Out - When I say heels turned out, I mean turned out into your body. Or you can say (for less confusion) heels in and toes turned out.

Turning Out Further - Change points are when you stant with a point, and basically bounce from one foot to the next. Very lightly; and then make sure your hips are 'out' when you do this.

Sevens - In your Beginner's Reel, this would have most likely been the second step you learnt. What you do is": Hop, then bring the foot to the side, then the next behind, then that inront, and so on and so until you have done 7. And by doing that across the floor (Not with a wide gap, but with a sensible distance), you are able to increase your stage movement.

Hop Step Steps or Hop 2 3's - Again, one of the first moves you learn in Beginner is Hop or Hop Step Step/2 3. Just like your 7's ring it up, and do a little 2 3 step infront of you. This will help build up strength in your leg, make sure you alternate.

Cuts - Pretty self explanitory; you bring you leg up diagonally across your back leg and flick. Aim high on your other leg, and make sure your toes are pointed too. There is nothing worse than seeing a beautiful cut, with a gross point. This helps bringing the leg higher in cuts and also will strengthen your thighs and all.

Again, PM me for any stretches.

~ SlipJigMaster ~

www.dance.net . . .


*****
www.dance.net . . .

www.dance.net . . .

re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Mon Aug 09, 2010 04:05 AM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-09 04:15:56 trying the gaelic again, but here's pronunciation!
There are two fisher cats. Outside the window. In the trees. I can hear them. They're agitated... :(

"fear-còmhnaidh "
*******
www.cairnwater.co.uk . . .


books.google.com . . .

www.archive.org . . .

www.archive.org . . .

docs.google.com . . .

"pronunciation guide for gaelic"
www.google.com . . .


ask.metafilter.com . . .


www.google.com . . .

www.omniglot.com . . .

www.bbc.co.uk . . .

www.bbc.co.uk . . .

www.bbc.co.uk . . .


www.julianneardianlee.com . . .
from Julianne's page.

re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Mon Aug 09, 2010 12:04 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-09 12:23:11 ambulance costs and some ID links.
Reminder: Monday at 10;
Tuesday at 2 -- ish.


Gear change: ambulance fee?
ambulance -- fee?www.google.com . . .

www.changehealthcare.com . . .

www.changehealthcare.com . . .
$400 -- $500 range.

ambulance cost with insurance
www.google.com . . .


"ambulance cost with Medicare"
www.google.com . . .



www.medicare.gov . . .


www.medicare.gov . . .|Massachusetts&Coverage=2|Ambulance+Services&submitState=View+Results+%3E


Gear change: tidbits of ID:

great site!
all-about-irish-dancing.weebly.com . . .

ID dance mat.. shows appropriate foot placement, etc.:
www.youtube.com . . .

re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Mon Aug 09, 2010 10:45 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-09 23:19:25 submitted before I lose half of it.
Lost what else I had in here. :(

irish dance steps
www.google.com . . .

www.irelandseye.com . . .

recipes:
www.irelandseye.com . . .


gear change: FV:
FV game bar.. merits some FVcash.. but, it seems to be walking roughshod over my settings... :(
farmvillefreak.com . . .

farmvillelatest.com . . .

on crafting buidings:
farmvillemarket.com . . .

farmville.wikia.com . . .


Gear change:
Transfomers -- why they blow up, what red indicator light means, as opposed to green indicator light.
www.google.com . . .

answers.yahoo.com . . .

answers.yahoo.com . . .

:) Aha!
www.powertransformer.info . . .

Good!
www.mc-power.com . . .


"indicator light on transformer power pole"
www.google.com . . .

www.powertransformer.us . . .
"Federal Pacific Unit Substation Transformers - Power Transformer Co
Red light (excessive temperature) The winding temperature indicator is .... Pole Mounted Transformers are mounted to poles for overhead electrical lines. ..."



GOOD info page!
www.oldgreypole.com . . .
"The Unofficial Utility Pole Page - Questions
May 13, 2010 ... What is the tiny red light that appears on the transformers? It's an overload indicator, it comes on generally when the tranformer is loaded ...
What is the tiny red light that appears on the transformers?

It's an overload indicator, it comes on generally when the tranformer is loaded to 110% or greater

oldgreypole.com . . . - Cached - Similar"




Gear change: memories of going to Thacher's in the boat.
www.google.com . . .

www.google.com . . .


www.google.com . . .

Image hotlink - 'http://www.awiatsea.com/images/Yankee%20Hero/Thatcher%27s%20Island.jpg'
close up on Long, showing Thacher's, and the Gap.

Image hotlink - 'http://home.comcast.net/~debee2/Maps/Chart_Thacher.jpg'
the big words on the chart: "This chart is NOT for navigational purposes!

Image hotlink - 'http://image06.webshots.com/6/4/61/43/176346143ihynKV_fs.jpg'
and is also managing not to show those crazy rocks in the Gap!

travel.webshots.com . . .

Lanesville:
www.google.com . . .=

www.panoramio.com . . .

www.panoramio.com . . .


"Hedges Beach, Rockport, MA"
www.google.com . . .

Image hotlink - 'http://images3.flipkey.com/img/photos/308133/254157/large_308133-254157-009-1277908175.jpg'

Image hotlink - 'http://images3.flipkey.com/img/photos/308133/254157/large_308133-254157-010-1277908175.jpg'

www.rockportusa.com . . .

www.capehedgeinn.com

www.capehedgeinn.com . . .

www.andrewswoods.org
www.andrewswoods.org . . .

halibutpoint.wordpress.com . . .
Image hotlink - 'http://halibutpoint.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/p8180032-816-x-612.jpg?w=500'
Atlantic path.

halibutpoint.wordpress.com
Image hotlink - 'http://halibutpoint.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/cropped-100451.jpg'



www.sandybayhistorical.org

Image hotlink - 'http://www.sandybayhistorical.org/images/Display-GraniteAd.jpg'

www.rockportlibrary.org

www.rockportusa.com . . .

www.borsarigallery.com



key change:
"Fitz Hugh Lane"
www.google.com . . .

www.google.com . . .

www.freefoto.com . . .

"Aldro Hibbard"
www.google.com . . .

parlezmoiblog.blogspot.com . . .



www.google.com . . .

Image hotlink - 'http://www.seawardinn.com/images/wmap2.jpg'


www.walkthewords.com
re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:17 PM
three sites to double-check:

usasoccer.com, nike (soccer?) .com, and espn.com
re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Wed Aug 11, 2010 05:21 AM
"ibs, sour stomach and nausea"
www.google.com . . .

Still experiencing dizziness, nausea, constipation, bloated, distended tummy, close to vomiting.

Proclorpazine (sp?) has helped somewhat. Still, have been feelings waves and waves of nausea. Then, after the "calm down" med, I'm really hungry!

ibs.about.com . . .

ibs.about.com . . .

ibs.about.com . . .


??? and does NOT replace Doctor's care:
symptomchecker.about.com . . .

hmmmm, possible:
symptomchecker.about.com . . .
"Cholecystitis."

hmmm... ????
symptomchecker.about.com . . .


Hypothyroidism and TSH:
symptomchecker.about.com . . .

hmmm.. MAYBE!
symptomchecker.about.com . . .
signs and symptoms correspond.

Food Poisoning, most likely:
symptomchecker.about.com . . .

Ahhh. could be:
symptomchecker.about.com . . .
"Treatment

The primary treatment for pelvic inflammatory disease is antibiotics, and in most cases, antibiotics alone can cure the infection. Because pelvic inflammatory disease often is caused by more than one type of organism, two or more antibiotics may be necessary. Antibiotics can be taken by mouth or intravenously (through a vein). If you use oral antibiotics, it is important to finish all of the medication, even if the symptoms go away. This is because the infection can still be present after the symptoms disappear. In most cases, antibiotics must be taken for 10 to 14 days.

If you are being treated for pelvic inflammatory disease, call your doctor two to three days after beginning treatment to report your progress. If your condition is not improving, you will need to visit your doctor again to have another examination."



medication treat pid
www.google.com . . .

"antibiotics for PID"
www.google.com . . .

www.uterus1.com . . .
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

Quick Reference
"vaginal infection"
www.google.com . . .
re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Wed Aug 11, 2010 03:04 PM
Edited by ShadowLunaCat (106208) on 2010-08-11 17:18:22 wampum, yoga, Blanchard, and wild stuff on MSN.
"wampum
www.google.com . . .

en.wikipedia.org . . .

www.nativetech.org . . .
quahog shell

www.wampumshop.com

www.kstrom.net . . .

www.wampummagic.com

www.wampummagic.com . . .

nativeamericans.mrdonn.org . . .

So, how to drill and carve it??

wampum jewelry
www.google.com . . .

uglyotter.com . . .


wampum jewelry martha's vineyard
www.google.com . . .


www.kristinejewelry.com . . .


www.siouxeagle.com . . .

www.siouxeagle.com . . .

www.siouxeagle.com

www.moonstonejewelers.com

bluemoondesignsmv.com
$$$$$$


kate taylor wampum jewelry
www.google.com . . .


how to make wampum jewelry
www.google.com . . .



gear change:
Perseid Meteor Shower --
:] :D
Perseid meteor shower, which is visible every year during the second week of August. The shower will peak on Aug. 12 & 13 when up to 100 meteors per hour may be visible in a dark sky. The meteors can be found in the northeastern part of the sky. Take a look at our monthly sky chart to help you find where they'll be:


NOTE: could be lots of repetition from last post on this.
gear change: Peggy Cappy and Easy Yoga for Arthritis...
www.youtube.com . . .

www.google.com . . .

www.wgby.org
www.wgby.org . . .

www.shoppbs.org . . .

www.shoppbs.org . . .


www.wgbh.org
including David Garrett, photo art contest, Mazowsze, Peggy Cappy on front page of site.
www.wgbh.org . . .

Easy Yoga for Arthritis with Peggy Cappy ********
www.yogafortherestofus.com
www.yogafortherestofus.com . . .
www.yogafortherestofus.com . . .
www.yogafortherestofus.com . . .
www.yogafortherestofus.com . . .
archive.constantcontact.com . . .


PBS:
www.pbs.org . . .
www.shoppbs.org . . .
(ibid.)

Amazon. (Ibid.)
www.amazon.com . . .
"Yoga for the Rest of Us: Easy Yoga for Arthritis (DVD - Nov. 9, 2010

www.amazon.com . . .
yoga strap.

research this!
www.amazon.com . . .



Key Change: Ken Blanchard on AMAZON.
www.amazon.com . . .


Gear change: MSN.com and wild stories!

www.bing.com . . .
Intense storm clouds in SD...!!! Are the Res's okay??

www.msn.com . . .
????

The Perseids:
specials.msn.com . . .

Fires in Chernobyl.. and EXACTLY what I was afraid of!
specials.msn.com . . .

IMPORTANT facts on getting hired:
msn.careerbuilder.com . . .


AmerGotTalent.. little girl and big voice.
tv.msn.com . . .
^^ somebody GOT to tell that kid to STOP wobbling her jaw to make vibrato!!
Feh!







re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Wed Aug 11, 2010 05:25 PM
www.walgreens.com . . .
and, what with walgreens.com, keep my eyes peeled for those yoga pants!

www.walgreens.com . . .
re: Shadow's stooging and poking around leads...
By ShadowLunaCatPremium member
On Thu Aug 12, 2010 02:15 AM
To be absolutely blunt, IDEARS:

www.amazon.com . . .

www.amazon.com . . .

www.amazon.com . . .

www.amazon.com . . .

www.amazon.com . . .

www.amazon.com . . .

www.amazon.com . . .

www.amazon.com . . .

I think THIS show helped get us ready for House.
www.amazon.com . . .

House:
www.amazon.com . . .

www.amazon.com . . .


Gear change: MSN clips and some facts:
MSN.com craziness:
thebubble.msn.com . . .

UFO over Haiti:
thebubble.msn.com . . .

Aurora Borealis:
thebubble.msn.com . . .

Sun shoots solar flares:
thebubble.msn.com . . .

Time lapse of Stars and Northern Lights:
thebubble.msn.com . . .

Bearded drummers do it best!
thebubble.msn.com . . .

the "Blue Light" network, over Norway:
thebubble.msn.com . . .


belated medal ceremony from Sydney, Women's US Gymnastic Team finally get medals.:
msn.foxsports.com . . .


gear change: FUTBOL:
msn.foxsports.com . . .

1. Brazilians pleased with Team's performance:
msn.foxsports.com . . .
Neymar!

2. Brazil outclases US in "friendly::
msn.foxsports.com . . .

3. stills and snapshots:
msn.foxsports.com . . .

Robinho was Captain. Good! :D

msn.foxsports.com . . .
Have to TELL it to go to FoxSoccer.

reprise.. World Cup.. kaka is sent off!
msn.foxsports.com . . .
Beckham back in training:
msn.foxsports.com . . .


Amazon.. mags:
www.amazon.com . . .!44264011%2Cn%3A2276987011%2Cn%3A602372&bbn=2276987011&ie=UTF8&qid=1281590121&rnid=599872


For BrazilBoy, five healthy reasons for a beer:
health.msn.com . . .



Gear change: NatAmer jewelry e.g. wampum:
www.amazon.com . . .

India-n style jewelry:
www.kaypee.com . . .

Wilmington:
www.legacybeads.com . . .

www.artbeads.com . . .

www.artbeads.com . . .
www.artbeads.com . . .
www.artbeads.com . . .
www.artbeads.com . . .
www.artbeads.com . . .
www.artbeads.com . . .
www.artbeads.com . . .
www.artbeads.com . . .
www.artbeads.com . . .

dollarbead.com . . .


www.ask.com . . .

www.saddleblanket.com . . .
www.saddleblanket.com . . .

***
home.cshore.com . . .

www.nativetech.org . . .

*****
www.nativetech.org . . .
www.nativetech.org . . .
www.nativetech.org . . .
www.nativetech.org . . .

www.nativetech.org . . .

****
home.cshore.com . . .

home.cshore.com . . .

$$$
www.redhandjewelry.com
www.redhandjewelry.com . . .
www.redhandjewelry.com . . .


www.greattradingpath.com . . .
www.greattradingpath.com . . .


*******
greattradingpath.com . . .

www.thezuniconnection.com


www.thezuniconnection.com . . .
www.thezuniconnection.com . . .

www.runningbearsden.com
www.thezuniconnection.com . . .

www.ceremonialart.biz . . .

www.designsbymelodye.com

www.southwestcuisine.com
lizarddreaming.southwestcuisine.com

southwestcuisine.com . . .


much more here:
www.greattradingpath.com . . .

www.thewolfsdencreations.com . . .
But are they still around??



www.life-union.com . . .
New Bedford! MA!!
www.joshfreeman.org . . .
store.wanderingbull.com . . .
used to be Wandering Bull.. now it's Wampum world.
www.life-union.com . . .
www.life-union.com . . .
www.wampumworld.com
Best is saved for LAST!! :]


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