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    sick large dogs are the worst. we put our dog on a very restrictive diet because we got sick of all the cleaning up
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    This is only the second time he's been ill. The first time was from a knuckle bone (no more of those). This time...I'm not sure if he ate something outside or if it's the new food. He's uncharacteristically quiet this evening so I suspect whatever it was has made him feel quite ill.

    My mom suggested crrying him from the kennel to the bathroom, but at more than 50lbs and covered in ick there was no way. I ended up having him step out on to a towel, drawing up all the sides and then dragging him into the bathroom on the towel while holding his collar. He was not impressed.

    *shudder* sick dogs. Sick kids. Not my forte.

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    last time mine was sick in the crate, the teen let him out, not noticing . . . only his feet were bad, though . . poor dog was standing up waiting to be let out of the mess
    Cara, homeschooling one
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    Blah! I just ruined my food processor by putting the bowl on the bottom rack of the dishwasher. Didn't think the heating element would warp it but it did. Now I can't put the lid on. Had it for at least 10 years and used it maybe once a week.

    Not a big hate but I really don't want to spend the money to get a new one.
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    spending money . . . hate. I'm in the middle of a minimal bathroom re-do for master bath . . . remove finish from tub and grout from surround and replace both, plus fix plumbing so the water stops leaking in to the breakfast nook, replace the lamp that the leak was leaking in to . . . meanwhile, dishwasher broke . . . feel guilty about buying the rapid pot cuz i've had it 5 days and not used it and now we need to buy a dishwasher. sigh.
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    What food processor is it? The one on my Cuisinart broke. I looked up the part number on the Cuisinart website and then found one for ~$30 on Ebay. I think it even had free shipping. It was a heck of a lot cheaper than buying the bowl from Cuisinart or getting a new food processor.

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    When it rains it pours Cara!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mamaraby View Post
    What food processor is it? The one on my Cuisinart broke. I looked up the part number on the Cuisinart website and then found one for ~$30 on Ebay. I think it even had free shipping. It was a heck of a lot cheaper than buying the bowl from Cuisinart or getting a new food processor.
    It's a Hamilton Beach model. I was thinking about looking for a replacement bowl. It's so old that it might not be worth replacing tho. I think I paid $20-25 for it all those years ago at Kmart. I don't need anything fancy so a cheap one is fine. It just sucks when you really need to save some $$$ things keep popping up that you want or need to buy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neobunny View Post
    It's a Hamilton Beach model. I was thinking about looking for a replacement bowl. It's so old that it might not be worth replacing tho. I think I paid $20-25 for it all those years ago at Kmart. I don't need anything fancy so a cheap one is fine. It just sucks when you really need to save some $$$ things keep popping up that you want or need to buy.
    Oh, I totally understand that! It always seems to come at the least opportune time. If it helps, you can search for replacement parts on their website (Find and Buy Hamilton Beach Parts and Accessories).

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    I hate finding out from my DH that some of his coworkers cheat with prostitutes, especially when I'm soso friends with the wives. Especially since there is a good possibility of trafficking being involved. I feel sick to my stomach.
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