The REAL Michigan February to April Thread - Silly Hats ONLY


#1

I’m wearing a Yarmulke.

Discuss.


#2

(evil laughs)

Silly young flesh creature, what would you like to challenge I, The Deity, in? (evil laughs)


#3

WHeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! :encore:


#4

Im Coming To Fng This Week Deity I Will Own You In What Ever. Buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuum


#5

INTELLIGENT QUBE


#6

Ugh. Great.


#7

Veterinarians

Veterinarians play a major role in the healthcare of pets, livestock, and zoo, sporting, and laboratory animals. Some veterinarians use their skills to protect humans against diseases carried by animals and conduct clinical research on human and animal health problems. Others work in basic research, broadening the scope of fundamental theoretical knowledge and, in applied research, developing new ways to use knowledge.

Most veterinarians perform clinical work in private practices. More than one-half of these veterinarians predominately, or exclusively, treat small animals. Small-animal practitioners usually care for companion animals, such as dogs and cats, but also treat birds, reptiles, rabbits, and other animals that can be kept as pets. About one-fourth of all veterinarians work in mixed animal practices where they see pigs, goats, sheep, and some nondomestic animals, in addition to companion animals. Veterinarians in clinical practice diagnose animal health problems; vaccinate against diseases, such as distemper and rabies; medicate animals suffering from infections or illnesses; treat and dress wounds; set fractures; perform surgery; and advise owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding.

A small number of private practice veterinarians work exclusively with large animals, focusing mostly on horses or cows; some also care for various kinds of food animals. These veterinarians usually drive to farms or ranches to provide veterinary services for herds or individual animals. Much of this work involves preventive care to maintain the health of the food animals. These veterinarians test for and vaccinate against diseases and consult with farm or ranch owners and managers on animal production, feeding, and housing issues. They also treat and dress wounds, set fractures, and perform surgeryincluding cesarean sections on birthing animals. Veterinarians also euthanize animals when necessary. Other veterinarians care for zoo, aquarium, or laboratory animals.

Veterinarians who treat animals use medical equipment, such as stethoscopes; surgical instruments; and diagnostic equipment, such as radiographic and ultrasound equipment. Veterinarians working in research use a full range of sophisticated laboratory equipment.

Veterinarians can contribute to human as well as animal health. A number of veterinarians work with physicians and scientists as they research ways to prevent and treat various human health problems. For example, veterinarians contributed greatly in conquering malaria and yellow fever, solved the mystery of botulism, produced an anticoagulant used to treat some people with heart disease, and defined and developed surgical techniques for humans, such as hip and knee joint replacements and limb and organ transplants. Today, some determine the effects of drug therapies, antibiotics, or new surgical techniques by testing them on animals.

Some veterinarians are involved in food safety at various levels. Veterinarians who are livestock inspectors check animals for transmissible diseases, advise owners on treatment, and may quarantine animals. Veterinarians who are meat, poultry, or egg product inspectors examine slaughtering and processing plants, check live animals and carcasses for disease, and enforce government regulations regarding food purity and sanitation.


#8

Yesterday there was an 18 year old cat in the clinic named SpittyFace.

SpittyFace.

Think about it for awhile. Say it out loud too. :rofl:


#9

Hey, I like the way he spelled it,LMAO

I mean come on, look at how he spelled it, it actually looks like it sounds, and its great. Not like your way with the “R” being silent ooooooooo.


#10

Way to post the same thing in two different threads.

In other news:

Click here for hot Papal action!


#11

:laffo:


#12

You been watching Battlestar Galactica, Robo? Scifi is reairing the first 5 eps tuesday the 8th at about 7, if you haven’t seen em, I suggest it. Especially the first episode…fucking sweet shit.


#13

So May’n event is going on this year?


#14

Ok, keep forgetting…I’ve been missing everything lately.


#15

Wrong forums, duder.


#16

Furries! Introduction to the Furry Fandom | Print |
Saturday, 18 December 2004
Are you interested in stories, art, media, and games featuring furries? Then you’ve come to the right place! We hope to provide a useful starting point for people interested in furries and furry fandom.

What is a “furry”?
A furry is an anthropomorphic animal character. Some examples of anthropomorphic characters would be cartoon animals featured in animation, such as Bugs Bunny, Scooby Doo, or Donald Duck. Some may also appear as mascots or advertising characters, like McGruff the Crime Dog or the Exxon Tiger. On the other end of the spectrum, furries can be talking animals featured in fairy tales, such as Aesop’s Fables or literature, such as Watership Down. Also, actual furry fans themselves are also sometimes referred to as furries.


#17

So is anybody down for that Halo 2 tournament on the 19th of February?


#18

HEY YO its me, its me, its RDG (RUSH DOWN GOD) VDO here, just wanna say that I wouldn’t even call that game halo cause its NOT. That game is a bunch of trash, the more I look at it and try to stomach it the more I realize that game is just plain dumb no offense to you but call it something like doom 4 or something cause it may have the name but its nothing like it!


#19

Don’t shit on Doom, Juan.


#20

No Furries in my thread!