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mbo1142
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24 Mar 2020
06:45:42pm
A picture of a Pembroke Welsh Corgi. I have one named Sir Lancelot. 15 months old and he thinks he is king of the world. After further review, before anyone jumps on me, the picture is of a Welsh Corgi with a tail. The Pembrokes tails are docked. Normally Cardigan Welsh Corgis have their tails, but they are usually tri color black, brown and white.

Any way, just trying new things with the computer.

Mel
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24 Mar 2020
08:41:07pm
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Hi Mel,
Lovely dogs. My family had a Cardigan Welsh Corgi when I was growing up. He was as you say a tri color black, brown and white. A very nice little dog.

Regards ... Tim.

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25 Mar 2020
02:23:16am
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My little guy is a Cardigan Welsh Corgis mix. He thinks he's king too. He is.

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Sally
25 Mar 2020
09:33:46am
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Lucky dogs!

Did anyone else see the news segment a couple nights ago on how this is a difficult and awful time for humans but the "best time ever" to be a pet? Their humans are home with them 24/7. Just a lighthearted moment in an otherwise dismal newscast.

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25 Mar 2020
11:19:18am

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There was a cartoon I saw the other day.

A group of cats and dogs sitting around a table.

One dog says " Well this covid 19 plan is working great. Most of the owners are at home."

A cat says "Why were we not informed of this plan?"Rolling On The Floor LaughingRolling On The Floor Laughing

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25 Mar 2020
11:59:00am
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Sally, I don't think this is an awful time. We always have problems and issues. That's what life is all about.

Being retired, I am actually home most of the time. I foray out of the house every day to go pick up my mail and usually a couple of grocery items. I sell at a flea market most weekends. I have had dogs for companionship for most of my life. Shortly after I retired, my Akita began having health issues, and I had to put him down. A few months later, I rescued (all my dogs have been rescues) the little guy I have now. It was certainly different changing to a small dog, but he and I are pretty much joined at the hip, and that's great!

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Sally
26 Mar 2020
07:44:55am
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Michael,

I was quoting what was said on the news. Certain aspects of this are awful, and I cannot imagine how it will feel to have to decide who gets a ventilator and who doesn't....and then have to tell the family of the ones who don't.

I cannot imagIne working in an ER or ICU or even a front line clinic and not having enough protective equipment. The dedication of nurses and doctors is admirable.

There are plenty of bright spots too - the regular folks who help each other, the degree of internet connectivity (we have figured out how to play Monopoly games via FaceTime with family members in another state), corporations who have relaxed rules, people who deliver meals, and on and on.

Regarding quick cures and promised drug therapies - beware and think first. Hydroxychloroquine has been around for a long time but no one knows if it works for covid19. It may or it may not. Rushed trials in already desperately ill patients can be difficult to evaluate. The drug itself comes with many risks. Do not take anything that has not been manufactured for human use. It would be great if it works, but only time and experience will tell.

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26 Apr 2020
11:35:35am
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Fixed the avatar to show my real Sir Lancelot.

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