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Aaron keeps telling us that he’ll get to what happened to the animals in time. I’m hoping that he’s going to get into that soon, after all, which how much the Wastes were affected by the war, I doubt most of the people there survived, forget the animals. I mean, people know to find shelter in a war, the wild animals aren’t going to do that. The (relatively) recent reveal that there’s more than just the Great Waste (March 19 and 20 of this year) opens the possibility that it’s going to be explained soon. Holly’s question about Irving on monday makes me hopeful that we’re almost to that point.
I figured it was a moral issue. after all, they only move eggs from incubation to refrigeration if the candling shows it to be non-reptilian. in which case any time anyone eats the eggs…. they’re eating fetuses. which would certainly put ME off my food!
Pardon me, you are all going to have to leave now, the entire theater has complained about the light and noise coming from your family.
ahem my job is to kick these idiots out of the theater.
Thank you for keeping us informed. I hope that Aaron feels better soon! He should definitely focus on his health. we’ll all be waiting when he feels better!
mine too. but she prefers to get a shot at shredding the paper towel sometimes
to keep squirrels from eating your bird seed add pepper to the seeds. Capsicum only affects mammals, so the birds won’t notice and the squirrels will learn to leave it alone really quickly.
for me it was always “out” rather than bent
and when he’s not home?
I was thinking the same thing, we’ll see what happens, but I do think it’s likely that Phil takes her
why not? he’s been in EVERYTHING in the past year…. (okay, so I exaggerate, but we had movies with him in them at our theater for several months straight)