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December 14th, 2018

I got all 11 of those beautiful kitties returned, after they recuperated from surgery. There has been quite the clean up aftermath, given many of them were huge boys and I held some of them several days in the garage in cages, that now have to be cleaned and taken down.  More litter boxes to soak in disinfectant, carriers

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December 12th, 2018

Days pass and I don't know what I do.  I have gotten down to Tried and True for a beverage, feeling horrible.  My fate may be for a short life.  I can't see this ending in a good way.

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[In part 2 of our interview with Linus Pauling Institute Director Richard van Breemen, we trace the evolution of his career in scientific research, first at North Carolina State University and later at the University of Illinois, Chicago. This transcript has been lightly edited for clarity and continuity.] Pauling Blog: Was

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December 11th, 2018

Like I said in my last post, I took 11 cats to be fixed yesterday.  Some of them were massive boys. Tux, for instance, a porch stray, once owned obviously, but living and being fed on a Lebanon porch.  Now this big boy (over 12 lbs) is fixed. Tux, from Lebanon I'd trapped four more at the Griggs colony.  They turned

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December 10th, 2018

motherjones.com

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Saturday I drove  two hours down to a funeral for my brother's mother in law.  I didn't know her.  I may have met her twice a long time ago.   She was about 80 I think when she died after a lengthy struggle against cancer, of various sorts.   I was late to start, too busy, doing everything for everyone else, as usual

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December 9th, 2018

Vulture

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December 8th, 2018

betamaxmas.com betamaxmas Visit the ghost of Christmas past.

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phys.org

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December 7th, 2018

I'm doing a lazy cat round up again for Monday.  I have ten reservations Monday but those are the last until January. This time, its a colony in Salem at an apartment complex.  But the couple involved are trapping the cats themselves and even bring them down here after they trap another.  Talk about easy.  I just loan

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December 6th, 2018

crawshaw.io Searching the Creative Internet This post resonated on many levels, especially: "Today you h

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December 5th, 2018

aestheticsabotage.com Robert Dawson Aesthetic Sabotage I love these corruptions of ornamental patterns

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The Independent

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Week 48 in my 2018 #housewife #bulletjournal #planner. Did a little late fall gardening this week. I ripped out a tiny shrub that I have always disliked and replaced it with some hens and chicks that my mom gave me. Mom originally got hers from Dad's mom's garden, so now I have some of the old farm at my house. 🌱 I also

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[The end of 2018 will mark the conclusion of Richard van Breemen’s first year as director of the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University. Recently, the Pauling Blog sat down with Dr. Van Breemen to learn more about his scientific background, his career in research, and his vision for LPI. Today’s post

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December 4th, 2018

I took Willy home.   Along with Luke and Sweetie, the two I had trapped that needed fixed. Willy's wound, where his eye had been removed, had healed nicely. You wanted to see the Pirate ship on the property?  And now there's a one eyed cat to go along with it.  See ya round, Willy.

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Week 47 in my 2018 #housewife #bulletjournal #planner. Let the craziness of the holiday season begin! 🤪 We had a lovely Thanksgiving with my parents, each of us naming those things for which we are most thankful. 🙏 And then we got up very early on Black Friday to greedily acquire the most stuff for the least money. It

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December 3rd, 2018

That's always a good thing.  To have nine more fixed cats in the valley, as opposed to nine unfixed cats. I drove up with them slow this morning.  Dense fog helped take the pressure off my slower than normal driving (you're only supposed to go about 50 on a donut). Most people were driving slower than usual in that.  E

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NYMag

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December 2nd, 2018

I came home last night, after getting some groceries.  It was after dark and as I approached my driveway about to turn in, I became distracted. I saw at the end of the block, flashlights, and two people in the yard of a disabled man.  Immediately I wondered if they were up to no good. This distraction made me turn a bit

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Penguin Random House

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December 1st, 2018

Motherboard

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November 30th, 2018

When Oregon’s legislative session kicks off in January, a doctoral student in environmental science will be providing lawmakers with information on marine and coastal issues, thanks to funding from Oregon Sea Grant. The post

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I got a call. Isn't that how most of my stories begin. The woman had to remind me who she was.  I didn't deal with her last April, you see.  I dealt then with someone else, who is now gone from the property in question. But I thought I trapped this colony she was calling about long before last April.  But my records d

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