Silar's Dog & Fiber Show

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Dogs. Fiber Arts. Occasional Cats, Trolleys & Trains & Flowers. And other moments from my life that I find interesting.
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**Motorola ic902 - Probably the best of the (poor) choices with Nextel for a camera phone.
**Canon Powershot A430 - Oh, how I love thee, let me count the ways....Primary camera - if it a good photo, this took it.
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"No one has to know that I’m just a paper tiger
Living in a condo built on bullshit and sand..."
-- Chris Orbach - I Outdid You
"If you always do what interests you, at least one person is pleased."
-- Katherine Hepburn
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Well, doesn't that just figure.....

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Today, spotted this at the grocery store, and got very excited....until
I realized this is the one variety of Pocky to which I am deathly
allergic :-(. Meh. Hopefully this means they will get more varieties!

Caine says:

Oh no, what a disappointment! :(

23rd Sep 2006, 04:55

JokerXL says:

You could pick off all the little bits of hazelnut, with tweezers, or a cocktail stick or something.
;-)

23rd Sep 2006, 08:06

nige says:

grrr! :(

23rd Sep 2006, 13:02

ookiine says:

That's horrible that you're allergic!

23rd Sep 2006, 13:06

silar31 says:

I'm hopeful that they might get some non-nut flavored ones someday, now that they've had these.

30th Sep 2006, 03:24

Euphro says:

Ah, yes, hazelnut... :(

5th Oct 2006, 14:21

Euphro says:

Which reminds me, have you seen this this about a promising new treatment that seems to treat the root cause of all allergies?

5th Oct 2006, 14:24

silar31 says:

E, just got to reading that link. It's an interesting idea - but I'd be inclined to ask what sort of other immune-mediated conditions such a treatment could kick off in people already prone to such things, as most asthmatics seem to be. It might be a perfect treatment for those who only have allergies - or who have allergies that are so severe and life-threatening that the benefits outweigh the risks.

8th Oct 2006, 07:11