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Posted By: Dragonmaster

Posted On: Jul 16, 2006
Views: 643
Helping someone in need.

It gives you that good warm fuzzy feeling, just like after having a few drinks, but lots better.

On that note...

Are any of you people good with wild rabbits? My cat brought one to me yesterday and it was pretty ****ed up. I've got the wounds to stop bleeding, and it's eating and drinking now. It's about 5 inches long, so it's to small to go into my old rabbits cage. (had a pet rabbit that died a few months ago) I'd like to see that as a success story, the little guy seems to be doing well on his second night here, if you have any info please send it my way.

What is it with me and animal rescue? So far so good with everything but baby birds. (cats, dogs, deer, even a possum, mostly when I lived in Fayetteville right off the interstate) The animal shelter said I couldn't take care of a wild animal, and that if I brought it in they would put it to sleep, WTF? I've just never helped a rabbit before.

(see V, I don't eat everything meat, lol) But really, if anybody knows something about them let me know. I'd like to be on here in a few days asking for name suggestions.


Posted By: Dragonmaster

Posted On: Jul 17, 2006
Views: 629
RE: Helping someone in need.

Nevermind, he died last night. ****, I really thought he was gonna make it. He was eating and drinking good.

Anyway

It looks like I'm going to be offline for at least a few days. My brother pays for the cable and I just got cut off. He was in my room, on my PC (he ****ed up his already) and messing up ****, writing gameshark codes in my books, and filling up my hard drive with, well, lets just say he clicks on everything. I made him get out, so now he's acting like a 10 year old and I don't get internet. Mom won't tell him he cant do **** like that, and even if she did, she never enforces it. (he's 21) As soon as he's out of the room he's right back at it. So to keep me from hitting him, he's out of my room, off my PC, and **** him. He gets to do whatever he wants and I have to pick up the pieces. (like fixing the computers every ****ing day) Well I'm gonna stop before I sound like I'm 10, lol. You never know with this family, so I may be back on in a few days or not until October when I move into the dorms at school. I'll miss you guys, but it won't do for me to be homeless right now. If it blows over we'll have a good flame party or something.


Posted By: adam

Posted On: Jul 17, 2006
Views: 608
RE: Helping someone in need.

the rabbit didnt deserve to die...it wasnt born to be shoved in your ass james...thats mean


Posted By: me

Posted On: Jul 17, 2006
Views: 602
RE: Helping someone in need.

One word James: password



Posted By: Ian Davis

Posted On: Jul 17, 2006
Views: 599
RE: Helping someone in need.

"Well I'm gonna stop before I sound like I'm 10,"

HaHaHa...I think it might be just a little too late for that ol' Jamesy boy.


Posted By: Dragonmaster

Posted On: Jul 20, 2006
Views: 561
RE: Helping someone in need.

I'm glad that didn't last long. Anyway, I'm back, and a ****tard. Let the bashing begin, or restart, or whatever.


Posted By: vanessa

Posted On: Jul 22, 2006
Views: 552
RE: Helping someone in need.

You're fat and have no friends because you're not a vegan.


Posted By: Dragonmaster

Posted On: Jul 22, 2006
Views: 549
RE: Helping someone in need.

Fat yes, you've got the rest of it wrong.


Posted By: vanessa

Posted On: Jul 23, 2006
Views: 545
RE: Helping someone in need.

^ Not me... I'm not that mean.


Posted By: Dragonmaster

Posted On: Jul 23, 2006
Views: 538
RE: Helping someone in need.

So it was not you that told me I was going to hell becuase I eat meat a few weeks ago? Thats good, you just got a few points.


 

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