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  1. Thread: Filter?

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    There definitely are water filtration systems out...

    There definitely are water filtration systems out there that will remove just about anything nasty from your water, but the best place to start is to get your water tested by an independent lab. That...
  2. Thread: Hybrids

    by CarrieAnn
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    For me, a hybrid is senseless. My truck very...

    For me, a hybrid is senseless. My truck very seldom sees anything beyond the town we live in so I would never recoup the cost. My husband drives A LOT, but he needs his big boy truck to haul...
  3. Thread: Using a wok

    by CarrieAnn
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    My mom had a wok when I was a kid and she used to...

    My mom had a wok when I was a kid and she used to make some pretty good stir frys. I was thinking about getting one because I love Asian food and it would be so convenient to be able to properly make...
  4. Thread: Traveling

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    I have visited 35 states and have traveled all...

    I have visited 35 states and have traveled all over the Caribbean. I have also lived in Canada, Sweden, Germany, and four states. I like seeing different places, but at this point I am kind of...
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    Omg, this just gave me the worst craving for Rice...

    Omg, this just gave me the worst craving for Rice Crispy treats!! I love them and I haven't had them in the longest time! Good idea - you could stir in Resse's Pieces to add some festive orange and...
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    Nope. My dogs all share the nickname Hoover...

    Nope. My dogs all share the nickname Hoover because they'll eat anything. I don't offer them raw vegetables, but they've eaten carrots that I've dropped on the floor before. Yesterday they got into a...
  7. Thread: School Pride

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    I haven't heard of it. What type of issues are...

    I haven't heard of it. What type of issues are they confronting/fixing? It seems to me that if they want to improve a school it needs to start with the teachers and the quality of learning the kids...
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    Ahhh, the great garbage can hunt. Gotta love...

    Ahhh, the great garbage can hunt. Gotta love that. We've had some windy days here this week, but nothing major, thank goodness. I saw that the midwest got pounded - is that where ya'll live?
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    Itchy eyes are a good indication of an allergy....

    Itchy eyes are a good indication of an allergy. Get yourself some over the counter allergy medicine and see if it gets better. If it does, you'll have your answer for sure. After that you only have a...
  10. Thread: Pony

    by CarrieAnn
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    I had my first pony when I was about 4 or 5, so...

    I had my first pony when I was about 4 or 5, so he's definitely not too young. As others have said though, most of the care will be your responsibility. A 6 year old can certainly help though (I know...
  11. Thread: Rachael Ray

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    I've made some of her recipes and they all turned...

    I've made some of her recipes and they all turned out to be pretty good. Some things need to be tweaked for our tastes, but I find that is the case with most recipes.
  12. Thread: BBQ contests

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    BBQ contests

    Has anyone ever participated in a cook off or contest? I love watching them on Foodnetwork. Those huge grilling/smoker trailers they have are so cool! And I always like to hear the barbecuing tips...
  13. Thread: Old toys

    by CarrieAnn
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    I think besides a baseball and a bat (which I was...

    I think besides a baseball and a bat (which I was most often seen with) my favorite indoor toys were things like Lincoln Logs, puzzles, board games, etc.
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    I haven't been to a haunted house in years, but...

    I haven't been to a haunted house in years, but $20 sounds ridiculous! If that's the going price these days I'm in the wrong business.
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    I don't know that they're any cheaper. I could be...

    I don't know that they're any cheaper. I could be wrong, but I think the cost of turbines is right up there with solar panels. I wish all these green options weren't so darn expensive.
  16. Thread: Hayrides

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    They don't have hayrides where I currently live...

    They don't have hayrides where I currently live and I miss them! It's just not fall without a hayride at the pumpkin patch and a cup of fresh apple cider.
  17. How much is firewood going for in your area?

    Has anybody bought firewood yet this year? I miss living in a wooded area - it was so much easier when we could just get it ourselves. I haven't looked into it yet around here, but I have a feeling...
  18. Thread: Exotic birds

    by CarrieAnn
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    Exotic birds

    Does anyone here have exotic birds? Or not so exotic birds? I've had cockatiels, canaries, and parakeets in the past, but nothing more interesting than that. I had a friend at one time who had an...
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    I actually focus more on fall cleaning than I do...

    I actually focus more on fall cleaning than I do on spring cleaning. Fall is my favorite time of year and I go all out to make sure everything is organized and spotless for the holidays. From the...
  20. Thread: Credit cards

    by CarrieAnn
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    You aren't mistaken, Bird. At least I don't think...

    You aren't mistaken, Bird. At least I don't think so. Using a good card that offers cash back or something else you may need (airline miles for people who travel frequently or whatever) and paying it...
  21. Thread: New mixer :)

    by CarrieAnn
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    Yup, they still have the refurbished appliances -...

    Yup, they still have the refurbished appliances - I just checked it out. The stand mixers go from $189 to $219, which really is a heck of a deal considering the brand! They also have other small...
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    Something else to consider about siding is the...

    Something else to consider about siding is the warranty. It's more peace of mind should something happen. I used to work for a home improvement company that had a no questions asked warranty policy...
  23. Thread: New mixer :)

    by CarrieAnn
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    Ohhh, that's interesting, Bird. I was wondering...

    Ohhh, that's interesting, Bird. I was wondering about the KitchenAid stand mixers, but I didn't know you could get them refurbished from the manufacturer. That's a great way to save money on a very...
  24. Thread: New mixer :)

    by CarrieAnn
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    The funny thing is my best friend's mixer died...

    The funny thing is my best friend's mixer died when she was baking last Christmas and I was on the phone with her when it happened. I teased her to no end. Then mine died a few days later and, of...
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    I had a mini van for a brief period of time and I...

    I had a mini van for a brief period of time and I couldn't stand the thing. Just wasn't my style, I guess. That said, I don't have three kids either. If I did, I would probably bite the bullet and go...
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