I've live in Del Ray, Cap Hill, and Petworth and every single neighborhood has had chicken bones that my dog finds once a week. Luckily, he's 80 lbs and indestructible, but stop that shit.
Yes you read that right.
Less hassle and more food. I hate covering my hands and face in sauce. No matter how many wet wipes I use, it still doesn't remove that stickiness. Yes, I've heard the argument that they aren't really wings and I don't care. To me they basically taste the same, especially when you're using the same sauce. Now, don't get me wrong, I don't have a hatred for bone-in wings. If that's all that is available I will gladly eat them. But if I have the option, it's boneless all the way.
He’s my sister’s husband. He started grooming me when I was 14. He didn’t stop taking advantage of moments with me until I was 18. I had told my mom and my best friend, but neither believed me.
25 years later, I told my sister what her husband had done. She didn’t believe me. She asked him, and he denied it. But that changed the dynamic. At that point he knew I was no longer carrying his guilt.
Yesterday, my sister told me that the pain he’s been having for a few months, that they thought was sciatica, is cancer. She asked for prayers.
The best prayer I can muster up is that he doesn’t suffer worse than he made me suffer.
I’m sad for my sister and her adult kids. But I’m not sad that karma is his to live now.
Long story short, my dog got ahold of a cooked bone. A big ol’ ham bone. She obliterated it. After some Googling, I found that you should immediately give them bread.
I shoved bread down her gullet until she looked like she was pregnant. My vet commended the move and said with how much bone she ate and how much had splintered, the bread saved her life. And if not her life, it saved me from having to pay $3k+ for surgeries. A $3 loaf of bread saved my dog’s life. Crazy to think about.
Why YSK: From my understanding, the bread “absorbs” the bone and keeps it from puncturing anything by essentially padding it. They may still need surgery to remove any big or sharp pieces, but it’s better than needing additional surgery for a puncture.
You of course should still bring your dog to the vet asap, but all she ended up needing was some x-rays and pain meds. A shitty situation ended better than it could have.
Edit: THIS ONLY APPLIES TO COOKED BONES
Edit 2: Also bird bones are never good.
Throwaway account, sharing some insider info on this game.
For the last few years, Ubisoft Singapore was the internal Ubisoft studio tasked with making Skull and Bones. They've made some progress, but the project was restarted a few times and each time, they failed to create something decent enough to be release.
Ubisoft got tired of them and decided to switch the project to Ubisoft Montreal because of a huge constraint. Ubisoft had an agreement with the Singapore government and according to this agreement the game needed to be release in a year from now (
don't know the exact year, 2022 or 2023 ??? seems like it's either this year or in 2022).
As I've been told by a friend working at Ubisoft Montreal, they're taking back the project and shaping up a team to manage to fix this mess and release something in a year.
This means that people have been waiting for years for an incredible Skull and Bones game. They're probably expecting it to be fully polished and well made since it tooks so many years to be made, when in reality, this project is a fiasco and will be made quickly in a year just to fulfill their agreements and promises. It will probably have tons of bugs and problems.
I don't have more info, share it around if you want.