Setting some goals, taking it up a notch

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Re: Setting some goals, taking it up a notch

Post by Die Judicii » 25 May 2020, 8:08 pm

Blr243 wrote:..I thrive on different approaches to anything in life ....I have had a few dangerous wrestling type encounters that occasionally go semi wrong

I can see it now,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, next post from BLR will be aided by a sexy nurse in ER.


yes big rich a vid is a must. But not terribly easy in the dark .. I’ll do my best


Should be a piece of cake Mate,,,,, You could have the torch firmly wedged in where the sun don't shine,,,, and the video camera clenched
in yer teeth as you look to your rear over your shoulder and stalk the boar backwards.
That way you'll have both hands free and ready. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Setting some goals, taking it up a notch

Post by Die Judicii » 25 May 2020, 8:13 pm

bigrich wrote:It’ll be interesting to see how you go with all this blr. I got a idea but. I hear of all sorts of subsidies and grants for some pretty bizarre stuff, why not approach the Queensland uni or the csiro for a study grant on the habits and social characteristics of wild pigs ? :D

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There was a Uni student from Adelaide years back that was given a $10,000 grant to try and work out how much stale bread a flock of seagulls
could eat.

Yep,,,,,, bizarre. :crazy:
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Re: Setting some goals, taking it up a notch

Post by Die Judicii » 25 May 2020, 9:25 pm

Blr243 wrote: So he is in vet for overnight observation


Well,,,, there goes at least 1,000 hard earned $$$

Been there and done that half a dozen times.
The accounts dept NEVER miss,,,,,,,,,,,,, unlike hunting with a rifle. :thumbsdown:
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Re: Setting some goals, taking it up a notch

Post by Blr243 » 25 May 2020, 9:43 pm

My initial quote was somewhere between 1 and 2 grand for the overnight observation of my dog but it was from someone who was very unsure. Then they gave me a proper written quote for roughly 400. So that’s cool. I’m still stuck at hospital and noticing a few hotties so I must be fine if I can still think along those lines. Sony make a good (side of the head action cam) that does not get in the way or bumped like those helmet go pro things. ..for later. For now I’m up for a couple of days relaxation
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Re: Setting some goals, taking it up a notch

Post by Die Judicii » 25 May 2020, 10:00 pm

Blr243 wrote:My initial quote was somewhere between 1 and 2 grand for the overnight observation of my dog but it was from someone who was very unsure. Then they gave me a proper written quote for roughly 400. So that’s cool. I’m still stuck at hospital and noticing a few hotties so I must be fine if I can still think along those lines. Sony make a good (side of the head action cam) that does not get in the way or bumped like those helmet go pro things. ..for later. For now I’m up for a couple of days relaxation


The last four times "Lucy" was put in, even for only one night, we didn't get any change out of $1,000
And when she was in for three nights it didn't change from the per night charge.
And that was only for the accommodation charges,, xrays, CT scans, MRI's and medications were piled on top.

I firmly believe that as soon as they find out you have pet insurance all charges sky rocket.

The last hospitalization before I was told that she had a brain tumor actually maxxed out the insurance policy and we got zero coverage.
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Re: Setting some goals, taking it up a notch

Post by Blr243 » 25 May 2020, 11:01 pm

I knew a single woman who used to pay a little bit of attention to me. Before she retired she used to own 40 vet practices .....I think I could have given up my day job
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Re: Setting some goals, taking it up a notch

Post by bigrich » 26 May 2020, 4:50 am

My sister breeds those little Maltese lap dogs down in Melbourne for extra $ ( not something I morally agree with), and some of the vet bills she’s had are ridiculously expensive, and from what she’s told me , they try really hard to talk her into overnight observations. Easy money for the vet I guess. It’s more about making money than caring for the animals ina lot of cases. But then again so is the human medical field. They make a lot of money out of cancer, anyone remember the news stories on the horse cream that made melanoma dry up and fall off ? I can’t find any mention of it in google search. :wtf:
Get well soon blr, maybe buying yourself another toy will make ya feel better mate :P
And a rifle won’t bite :lol:

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Re: Setting some goals, taking it up a notch

Post by Blr243 » 26 May 2020, 10:55 am

Thanks rich , I sort of have enough room in the safe to jam a pump in there somewhere
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