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post #63171 of 71165 (permalink) Old 06-07-2013, 06:12 AM
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I don't think I'd ever eat something from a lab given the choice. It just seems so unnatural. O.o And who knows what it could do to you.
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post #63172 of 71165 (permalink) Old 06-07-2013, 06:27 AM
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Awe that's so nice Kitty! Funny how the little things absolutely make someone's day :) I've got this customer at work, an older guy, maybe in his fifties. he always asks if i have a boyfriend, and at that point i wasn't even seeing anyone and he was like "I'm surprised you don't!" Then one day he comes in and I'm feeling particularly off, and he just goes "Gosh Bekah. you're so pretty!" Made me smile, i love people
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Morning Yuuie!!!

But, Bekah....you can say you have a boyfriend now (right?)! :P

Idk, if I still ate meat I'd try it. I'd totally eat the fish one.


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Omnomnom buckwheat for dinner.
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post #63176 of 71165 (permalink) Old 06-07-2013, 04:24 PM
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I am seeing some growth in my Java Moss since moving it to an area that has higher light penetration in my 75 gallon.

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Aw Bekah! I know old men around here say stuff like that in a perverted way but it's nice he was thinking of you :) Likes nice people.

Had a pile of American tourists today. Mostly young sailors off the boat but very polite and nice. Dumbfounded at icebergs and totally don't know what celcius is which is adorable because my only Farenheit knowledge comes from my fish thermometers lol So I came out looking real smart ;)

Yea I don't know if I would eat the in-vitro meat either. I just can't see them producing it as such a cheap price as it is to raise animals they way they do in factory farms. Plus, how would the general public react to it. I have been veg for almost 12 years so I think I would just not be able to eat it since it's produced by actual animal cells and I would think of it in my head as eating real meat. I like my veggie "meats".

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Oh I've had my share of creepers, but this old guy is just very sweet.
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my only Farenheit knowledge comes from my fish thermometers lol So I came out looking real smart ;)
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How on earth do you not know what Celsius is? I mean we learned about Fahrenheit in school here even though we don't use it.

I hate winter and we don't even get bad ones. Why can I not live somewhere nice and warm year round? Then I could just keep my bettas without heaters.


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