Monthly Archives: April 2012

Flowers, Caterpillars, and Butterflies

Spent a little time with a needle and some thread sewing up some of my clothes that had tears in them.  I keep the garden watered, and also the 2 live young trees.  One of them had quite dramatically lost … Continue reading

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Update on various problems.

The scab has come off of Petey’s wound by now (by his own doing), and he is licking the area.  I am not real clear on whether this helps or hurts.  In any event, dogs tend to lick wounds that … Continue reading

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More Excerpts from my Writing: A Brief History of Slavery and the Role that Cazenovia Played

Cazenovia, NY  is known for hosting one of the most famous meetings of the abolitionist movement. Fig. 72 The Free Slave Meeting The first slaves were likely the product of war in prehistoric times. In earliest recorded history, it was … Continue reading

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hyper-tense-aaenglish.sh v.1.1

A little preliminary work on the African American hyper-tense program. Here’s the first version, that I run with Etta James’ music. #!/bin/bash # hyper-tense-aaenglish.sh v.1.1 a program submitted by livedoggb on 4/18/2012 # dependencies compiled random1.c, aaenglishtestverbs directory with verb … Continue reading

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Family_Works Program

I had a wonderful 2 hour lunch with my brother.  We talked about childhood memories, and I remembered the one where my parents had bought me my first petticoat.  I had thought that it was the most beautiful thing I … Continue reading

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The Truck

Took a look under the truck for a more realistic assessment of the truck problem. Hard work because the allergen level is so high. I have to use my inhaler almost every 30 min.  Looking at the problem:  transmission is bolted to … Continue reading

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Petey

These are the notes that I have taken on Petey’s situation.  Overall, I think that the wound is healing, and am optimistic about healing.  The first pictures don’t look as bad because I wasn’t using the flash.  In retrospect, I … Continue reading

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