Clearly Oydav spends far too much time stuck in traffic and so has a general hatred for all humans and animals who may impede on his commute back to his television set. Just like during the ice storm when the AJC mourned the lost time people had in front of their tvs. The HORROR!
More people need to get out and be walking. It is the law to stop for people in the crosswalk so chill out or go to the country where, gosh, there aren't people actually milling about like in a CITY.
Don't take your uneasiness about the economy, hatred of the gas prices and despair over your rock bottom house value out on the city dwellers.
Not sure why they call it a food park- they really should contact their marketing person about calling this a food trailer park.
This is just a glorified trailer park- I agree, the food truck should come to us. If you have to drive to the food truck, it IS a strip mall.
Wow what a beautiful song, powerful video and gorgeous body. Just visited Dallas with my family and not only did we miss Badu but we didn't see even a quarter of the people walking around in the video walking around on the streets. It was deserted out there.
We feed our cats raw chicken and they do not get sick. In fact, since they cannot really hunt on our third story balcony, it is as close to what they would naturally eat. Also, cats have a natural deterrence to bad food and would refuse to eat the meat were it contaminated. Dogs on the other hand bury their bones not really to hide them but to let them ferment and rot a little which is good for them. Trust your animals, they have instincts for a reason.
A visit to the homeopathic vet, Dr. Kimberly, resulted in us changing their diets after a 1200 dollar stint in a conventional vet's office not including the potential diabetes medicine they would have recommended for my cat had we let them. Instead that cat is problem free and all of them are on a healthy diet of raw chicken, chicken bones, liver, hearts and the occasional seafood.
In the meantime my mom is suffering through extreme problems with her dog having allergies to cats and trees, two name but two problems. The dog is 3 and has eaten the highest end dog kibble available her whole life. My mom is willing to spend thousands on allergists and shots catered to the dog but somehow the simplest possible solution, raw food, sounds outlandish.
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