Out of the Blue

We finally got the roadside assistance guy out to jumpstart MrsBlue's dead car, so it was homeside assistance in this case. He got it started, and confirmed what we suspected, that the battery was basically shot. So rather than let it idle to try and recharge the battery, I just drove it to the auto parts store and replaced the battery. It's now working right again, and it's nice to have confidence in it, especially in winter weather. Thankfully it died in front of our house where it was easy enough to deal with, rather than leaving us stranded somewhere.

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Someone get those motherfucking toxic chemicals off those motherfucking planes!

Space Force Guardians? Seriously?
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Well obviously no one wants to be the heavy with their dog but I don't know how you can use positive reinforcement in every instance. Say your dog has an inclination to chew up shoes or furniture? You can discipline them without screaming at them but it seems counter-productive to reward them with treats for 'bad' behavior. I think it's like kids, too many people out there have them - pets/kids - and they really shouldn't.

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