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Posted:8/6/2011 9:17:24 PM
I agree with Jaguarsky.  I think it was one way of getting your attention so you could take care of a potentially dangerous situation.  (I'm glad your b/f was doing okay)  Maybe someone in your house likes you and wants to make sure both of you are safe.

Posted:8/6/2011 2:46:20 PM
Soylent Green is people?  Damn...I was planning that for my vegetarian friends at Thanksgiving.  Guess I'll have to go with the genetically altered chicken parts and free range rhino horn soup...

Posted:8/5/2011 4:42:09 PM
Not halibut again...we just had that yesterday!  Can't it be moldy sweet potatoes and green veal just once?

Posted:7/28/2011 1:43:36 PM
Thanks for the comments.  I think, based on what people have said here, that I will go aheads with the idea of the rose bush.  Thanks guys!  If I have any more quandries, I'll come here first.

Posted:7/25/2011 12:21:32 PM
Aw, c'mon! You stole my idea!  Now what am I gonna do...

Posted:7/21/2011 3:01:32 PM
I'm currently researching a novel that I'm writing and cannot find any information on this topic.  The antagonist of the story is a ghost trying to rid his home of the woman that has moved in.  My question is: can a ghost/spirit become attached to a living item, such as a plant or tree, in the same way that they can attach to an inanimate object?  (I want to have the ghost attached to a rose bush that he planted, or possibly a lemon tree, etc.)Any help would be appreciated with this and I thank all of you in advance!-Jake