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07 October 2005 @ 07:52 pm
Ok so abandoning pets is like ALL the rage here now that deployments are occurring which is a whole other level of piss me the hell off. In fact if you go to the post animal shelter site its begging people to adopt for precisely that reason. Anyway on a local wives yahoo group I see this

"I was given this Yorkie and I was considering breeding him I dont have
paper's other than registration on post and vaccines and rabies. and
he is 5 yrs old. but I really want to see about breeding him. but am
clueless as to where to start what to do! any suggestion's would be
great. as i said he's not akc registerd and i dont care if the female
is or not i just want to get a pup."

And people are telling her to contact local vets. Now why am I the only one who is sitting there thinking YOU F****** idiot!
Now I was at one time very into the hobby of golden retrievers but that is not responsable for so many reasons not just my breeding snobbery (papers, clearances, talented lineage).

PS I've left her spelling mistakes intact.

and it gets better....

"Great thanks. cuz he looks full blooded to everyone that has seen
him so were gonna wait till payday and take him to the vet and find
out as much as we can. you can find out if they are full blooded
cant you? maybe a blood test? I told ya i'm clueless about this
stuff lol. never done it before."

and then

ummm...cuz i'm poor lol. cant afford a 1,500 yorkie pup. plus i'd like a dog from Toto it will be more special to us.

zyllah wrote:
No there is no way to tell. All dogs are the same species. They are a domesticated version of wolves essentially.
Why not just buy a puppy?

Jen
 
 
I'm feeling:: pissed offpissed off
 
 
29 September 2005 @ 12:28 pm
A lady in another military wives community that I'm in asked us what she should write to her husband while he is away. IMO, if ya gotta ask, don't bother.
 
 
I'm feeling:: irritatedirritated
Currently reading/watching/listening to:: "Only Happy When it Rains" by Garbage
 
 
26 September 2005 @ 07:39 am
Hiya!

I'm Jen, 28 just joined this morning and wanted to say hi. 3 Cats no kids. Husband is a combat medic and this is his 2nd enlistment he was in before when he was 18-22. Anyway I work at home when I can get work both of us worked in IT before and will after. I keep busy with being anal about cleaning and my hobbies. I'm at campbell btw
 
 
25 September 2005 @ 04:41 pm
Hello Ladies,
I just joined and wanted to introduce myself. My name is Shany, I'm married to Jim, who joined the Navy in Feb. We're currently in South Carolina, where he's in training. We're pretty new to the military life, but I find myself already attracting all kinds of stupid; if I took the advice given to me thus far, I'd have 10 babies and spend my days talking down to women "of lower rank" while cross-stitching the american flag on doilies that I plan on selling to the boys in the barracks as a cover to really be picking up a few new lovers. Whew lol We're both 24, been together for 4+ yrs, no kids, and I'm a huge art freak. It's nice to see that there is a community that doesn't remind me of high school, and I'm very excited to be a part of it. Thanks for having me =)
 
 
I'm feeling:: lazylazy
 
 
26 August 2005 @ 07:45 am
Duh Mrs Duh, you are the reason

Ha, yes, I have not been active, nor has my new community, but eventually it will. Please scroll to the bottom and check out Mrs Married Before I'm 18.
Thanks!
 
 
 
25 August 2005 @ 08:28 am
Stupid people!!!!

How dumb do you have to be to give out information about your specific soldier to someone you don't know. Hello. Dumb asses. I don't even mention my hubby's name, rank, or unit and everytyhing I say about them over there is under a friends cut because I know who's on my friends list. I don't want random people reading that shit.
 
 
22 August 2005 @ 06:31 pm
I just got finished reading an article in the Air Forces Times about the new TV series "Over There". I just wanted to ask who all has watched it? And your opinions on it? I really like the show but I also enjoy "Real World" and the "SurReal Life"...LOL
 
 
I'm feeling:: amusedeasily amused...
 
 
15 August 2005 @ 04:54 pm
I made a community for those of us who have loved ones that are deploying home. I need members, and mods. Please click and contribute!!! Thanks
deployedhome
Mandy
 
 
14 August 2005 @ 03:08 pm
Yeah - let me go a little further with this - shall I?
Our new friend - who I'm just going to refer to as PAtrick's girlfriend - first posted this in her personal journal....

In case she deletes itCollapse )
Let me point out that she "hears the horror stories". Because the people in Iraq are just out there having tea parties. He gets to sleep in a normal bed at night without fear of mortars falling in his sleep - so I don't want to hear any horror stories.

Now - heres the post that I clicked on her journal to find...
http://www.livejournal.com/community/womenwarriors/217679.html
Where she tries to decide if she should dump Patrick, join the military or get a horse. After she heals from her broken neck.
 
 
12 August 2005 @ 11:28 am
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What morons think it's sweet and cute to let their children record the answering machine message? I called a navy wife's house to RSVP to something next week and their dull little boy had recorded the answering machine message. Of course, the message didn't give the last name or the phone number reached, so I can only assume it was correct, since I called them back from the Caller ID.
And the kid could like, not read or talk. WTF.
Is that the professional image you want to leave for callers? I think not.