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    spring and summer is amazing because the trees turn green and everything finally starts to feel alive again.
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    All I'm going to say is politics has developed so much over the course of 200+ years. People like to bend and twist the words a lot.
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    If they live deep underwater, then they will probably never develop legs. So far they only use their fins for better movement. But if there are constant low tides, then they may adapt. Albeit in a couple million years.
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    California's Yosemite National Park is home to numerous stunning waterfalls. However, from mid-to-late February each year, the unlikely star of the pristine preserve is Horsetai...
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    While jewelry crafted from gold can be gorgeous, even ardent fans will admit that wearing the heavy metal over long periods of time can get a little cumbersome and annoying. Now...
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    wolfdogliked a comment in Siba, A Standard Poodle, Crowned Top Dog At Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
    I love Westminster!! All the dogs performed beautifully (well, Irish water spaniel was a little too jittery) and adhered to their standards. I loved the Siberian husky, since I have 2 huskies myself & I loved the husky's effortless gait. The wire fox terrier usually wins a lot, so it was refreshing to see a different breed. Historically, a poodle was trimmed to protect the joints when the dog went into cold water (fur around joints, tail, and chest). There's also slight differences between European & American bloodlines, as well as working bloodlines & show bloodlines. With European bloodlines, they tend to be stockier whereas American bloodlines tend to be slimmer (Labrador, Doberman, boxer are a few examples). What's the difference between working & show lines? Take a look at the Siberian huskies in the Iditarod, they're not as fluffy or rounded but both lines should perform what they were originally bred to do (working line also known as ''pet quality''). Hope you learned something!
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    I love Westminster!! All the dogs performed beautifully (well, Irish water spaniel was a little too jittery) and adhered to their standards. I loved the Siberian husky, since I have 2 huskies myself & I loved the husky's effortless gait. The wire fox terrier usually wins a lot, so it was refreshing to see a different breed. Historically, a poodle was trimmed to protect the joints when the dog went into cold water (fur around joints, tail, and chest). There's also slight differences between European & American bloodlines, as well as working bloodlines & show bloodlines. With European bloodlines, they tend to be stockier whereas American bloodlines tend to be slimmer (Labrador, Doberman, boxer are a few examples). What's the difference between working & show lines? Take a look at the Siberian huskies in the Iditarod, they're not as fluffy or rounded but both lines should perform what they were originally bred to do (working line also known as ''pet quality''). Hope you learned something!
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    On February 15th, five-year old Foxcliffe Hickory Wind, A.K.A. Hickory, took the world by surprise, when he became the first Scottish deerhound to win the title of America's Top...
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    Earlier this week, over 2,800 dogs representing 187 breeds, descended upon New York's Madison Square Garden to participate in the 138th annual Westminster Kennel Dog Show. Often...
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    wolfdogliked a comment in Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders Ekes Out A Narrow Victory in New Hampshire Primary.
    I feel like while the idea of democracy is great, the way it's executed isn't. We don't vote for president. We vote for other people, in the government, to choose our president. Politics cause so much hostility, so much hatred amongst ourselves. Instead of coming together, we 're split into three catagories. Neutral, one side, and the other. We have such blind hatred, such bitterness, all because of different political views.
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