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My dog is fighting cancer [Crypto fundme] Modern Mom 21/08/18(Wed)18:31 No. 3541 ID: 00c464 [Reply]

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My 11 year old Golden Retriever, Max, was just diagnosed with Canine Osteosarcoma in his front right arm.

I just found out about 4 days ago, and the vet visits to diagnose the severity and spread- have left me absolutely broke.

Let me tell you about Max. He isn't just a dog, he's my absolute world. I grew up in a very toxic environment, and separated myself from my family when I was 18-19 years old. When I was 20 years old, I adopted Max (he was 1 year old at this time).

Throughout the next 10 years, I have been through every let down you can imagine, and while Max could never understand why he saw those tears run down my face- he didn't need to. He knew I wasn't okay, and would lay next to me, wanting nothing more than my love.

I'd rather be the one going through this than him.

I was unemployed most of this pandemic, but recently started working again. I was barely getting caught up, and with this sudden event... I'm left not knowing what to do.

He has an appointment tomorrow (19/08/2021) to find out if it hasn't spread enough to amputate his entire leg. If he qualifies? He will start chemotherapy shortly after.

As I mentioned above, I do not have close relatives that I communicate with.
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Modern Mom 21/09/18(Sat)21:42 No. 3548 ID: 077762

I'm sorry about your dog, but he's not going to live forever and you need to come to terms with that. Putting him down may be more merciful than amputating his leg and putting him through chemo. And if it were me I'd also want to just go out peacefully.

Modern Mom 21/12/02(Thu)12:55 No. 3597 ID: 952761

11 years is an old age for a dog. I wouldn't spend money I don't have just to lengthen his life by max 4 years. Get a puppy.

Cheapest tooth repair? Modern Mom 21/06/12(Sat)06:45 No. 3518 ID: b0a798 [Reply]

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I have bad teeth and need to fix this. I'm 38 years old.

Modern Mom 21/06/12(Sat)11:45 No. 3519 ID: ea6305

thanks for reminding me to brush my teeth today. holy shit.

Modern Mom 21/06/12(Sat)17:14 No. 3520 ID: 3ac61c

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Modern Mom 21/11/25(Thu)03:06 No. 3594 ID: a29a4a

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at this point get partials or full dentures. Getting root canals will still have infection sitting in your mouth causing more health problems and more tooth problems over time. I never trust any average dentist

Apartments Rick 14/06/08(Sun)05:04 No. 2118 ID: 8c4b00 [Reply]

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Is living in an apartment worth it? I am going to college close to home and currently living there. However I am getting a degree in a job that's not too generous in pay but I still enjoy it and can do it from home. I don't really need a huge house, only video games and a little something for recreation. But since I usually keep to myself, am not messy, and am quiet then would you reccomend living in an apartment? They are cheap and seem to be nice, but if anyone has lived in one, would you reccomend it?

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Modern Mom 20/10/20(Tue)18:12 No. 3471 ID: dec4fe

I guess so. I live in apartment for the half of year and it's been hard for me to live alone after I moved away from my parents. I also have a dog and I can say you have to be responsable and well-prepared to live alone in apartment. Lately I checked https://cleanup.expert/upholstery-cleaners/ because my dog's hair is everywhere so I need some stuff to clean it as soon as possible

piss pornell 21/10/11(Mon)21:00 No. 3554 ID: de49f1

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blogpost incoming
ive been looking into apartments alot recently, 19 year old lad btw
ive seen glimpses of the difficulties associated with sharing a living space, apartment or house. i have yet to see a situation where everything is as close to being in its right place as it could be, as in there's always someone skipping rent or the bathroom looks like it hasnt been cleaned since the bush administration, or the house cat keeps pissing everywhere; ive never witnessed a group living situation that doesn't have something to be desired, not that i expect that, and honestly as ive thought of the idea ive maintained a mantra that i'd better be prepared to give a lot more than i think the world deserves, so to speak.
if all goes right ill be moving temporarily into an apartment with around four friends, most of whom are near what one would associate with the gifted or renaissance kids from high school, thusly i dont expect complete perdition but i certainly wont rule that out. im doing basically what everyone itt is saying not to do- move into a spot near your house, move during college (granted its community college and also balls cheap), and also without a source of income, the latter of which rightfully concerns everyone who hears about it. but i currently have a very comfortable amount of money to spare- i could afford what im buying a second time and still manage myself fairly well.
despite the ill implications i still intend to chill in the apartment for four months over the winter. i love my folks but living with them is driving me close to the edge and i dont want to spend four more months of cabin fever with them (southern sconsin area so our winters are dogshit and horrific). plus ive thought for a while what the experience of sharing a house is like.

Modern Mom 21/11/11(Thu)10:34 No. 3584 ID: d6eddd

I'm in a situation where I can't afford to live in the house I'm in anymore. Was thinking about an apartment myself but I can't tolerate noisy neighbors. Was thinking about attempting to move in with a guy I know but I haven't talked to him in about a year. He was thinking about renting out a spare room he had for like $150 plus helping with some bills. Might at least work out for a short term solution while I can save up to move into a new place come Spring or Summer. He's a bit tedious and I believe autistic. You have to do things his way or it's just unacceptable. I guess I could always attempt to move back home but if I did that I'd have to be a NEET again until I could find a new job. But I probably wouldn't have to pay anything at least for a few months which would allow me to take a much needed mental break. But that area doesn't really have decent work but the cost of living is a hell of a lot cheaper.

The Lying Escort A pissed off guy 15/03/08(Sun)23:35 No. 2554 ID: 5dacae [Reply]

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So you guys are going to love this one. I called up a hooker for the first time to see what kind of shit I could get myself into. Except, I actually ended up in big shit and had a shit time. She comes down for our meeting 15 minutes late saying she's tired which yeah I can understand but then we get upstairs and it's "wait 5 minutes i'm tired" then we get into it I pay this degenerate 80 pounds (roughly 140 us bucks) for 1 hour and shes already way behind on time, So I get it up and start fucking then I ask her to go on top and she's like nah. Blowjob? Nah. too tired. So not only does she fuck me over, She said in her ad she was completely shaving and the thing was a fucking bush. Then there is her pictures which were either outdated completely or just photoshopped to fuck AND her fucking breath stank! Wtf! I can't imagine how many poor bastards this skank has screwed over. I left early without my money telling her to prepare for a shit review. Then I have her mobile number so maybe I should just give it out? Thoughts on this?

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Modern Mom 15/05/22(Fri)20:22 No. 2591 ID: 25fc56

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This is an underrated comment.

People don't call cheap hookers for high levels of customer service. They call hookers to get their dicks wet. You got your dick wet. It was you, OP, who were the most dishonest of the two of you for not paying.

If you are still married to the idea that hookers should be striving for five star ratings on Angie's List, then do it yourself. Sell your on ass on Craig's List, go that extra mile, and see how much respect you get for it.

Modern Mom 17/05/05(Fri)12:19 No. 3006 ID: 21de63

almost 2 years later and no phone number, OP you are a waste.

Apol+Dase 21/10/23(Sat)09:30 No. 3570 ID: 32dc4c

Maybe you should end this lifestyle and start a serious relationship? Why don't you want to find a good girl who will love you and satisfy all your needs. If you find it difficult to start a new relationship, useful tips on this site https://breakupangels.com/dealing-with-divorce-stress/ will help you. I am sure that you can find your love and it will make you happy.

Cob home general thread Modern Mom 13/03/16(Sat)20:55 No. 1065 ID: f32f24 [Reply]

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Serp /jew/. I need ideas today.

I'm wanting to build a cob house somehow, preferably outside of the U.S. in a country such as Wales, Canada or the like (basically somewhere forested with good hills, mountains and rivers). Ideally I'd like to start an eco-village, but let's stick with the former for now.

How might I go about doing this? Currently I'm working two jobs (both minimum wage, I'm afraid) in order to pay my current living expenses and save up whatever little I can. I may be attending community college soon to work toward an Associates degree, but I'm not convinced college alone can help me achieve this, as I think I'd be getting myself farther in debt than necessary or even practical in this current economy. Basically, I don't want to become a debt slave after I earn my Associates if I can avoid it. I've also been considering focusing on a specific trade for awhile before transferring to a bigger university first in the hopes of being that much better off.

How might I be able to earn up enough credit (and whatever else might be necessary) to buy arable land in another country to do this? Ideally I'd like to go completely off-grid, but that requires me owning land and a home (desiring cob design in my case) first.

I guess I'm looking for a few basic answers and general insight. My questions are:

>Is college (for either Associates or Bachelors degrees) really necessary to get my feet off the ground?
>Would it be worth my time instead to focus on an immediate trade (probably something like railroading, welding, carpentry or forestry)?
>What are the stipends outside of the U.S. for buying land? I'd like to shoot for Wales if at all possible.
>What are the regulations for cob home design?
>Any further thoughts or ideas?
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Modern Mom 17/05/05(Fri)13:56 No. 3018 ID: 21de63

>owning property

Choose one.

Greg Bjorg 21/09/15(Wed)11:41 No. 3543 ID: 665651

Man, I know how exhausting two jobs may be, so be careful because you can easily lose concentration and risk your safety at work.

Balance Blind 21/09/15(Wed)11:48 No. 3544 ID: 67bb89

Well, I think he knows how to manage his time, and I hope he works at a quite safe place, so there's no need to worry about that

Modern Mom 21/07/06(Tue)03:15 No. 3530 ID: aff859 [Reply]

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you said time goes backwards, women first

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Modern Mom 21/07/06(Tue)03:16 No. 3532 ID: aff859

holocaust never happened, quit bitchin

Modern Mom 21/07/06(Tue)03:17 No. 3533 ID: aff859

neither did slavery. one man cannot pay for the sins of another persons. i do not owe repartations, and no one does. find a way to fic your shitty usa debt insteado f trying to rob people , fuck you

Modern Mom 21/10/17(Sun)02:34 No. 3558 ID: 06a4ca

schizo thread

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