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- Yeah, it´s a crime story by Agatha Christie. A good read IMO.
Fun School Song :)
- Leopard gecko.
At pet stores
If you have the time to listen I can give you the abridged version of getting one and taking care of it for 200 dollars tops.
It won't be white however; those cost more money due to that type requiring specific breeding.
I'm interested, I already have a turtle and would love a lizard, enlighten me please.
(Please excuse typos and information I gloss over. It's 3am and I'm a little drunk =P)
Well your first decision is between a leopard gecko and a bearded dragon. They're two of the most commonly owned lizards commercially, due to their ease of care. Basically if you ever plan on owning more lizards, these are your two "Learning" lizards. (Some people like chameleons, so they get one right off the bat without realizing that they have a lot of needs, and can be pricey with enclosures and upkeep).
So first here's some basics of each:
Beardies as they're commonly known are larger than leopards by a substantial amount, therefore they will require a larger enclosure (Building your own is usually easiest), and are native to Australia. During their childhood they will consume mostly insects (Crickets, mealworms on occasion), and some greens (Kale is my preferred). They're known to be incredibly docile, and are very distinguishable when they are mad. Their tanks will require 3 types of lighting: UVB (stimulates vitamin D production and sunlight), infrared, and a heat lamp. Don't fret about having a million lights though, because they're usually not too pricey and sometimes come in combined packages. Be careful on brands of UVB though, as some are faulty trash. Typically they will not drink from stagnant water, as instinct informs them that it could be full of bacteria. You don't need a fountain or anything, but usually during bath time they will drink from the faucet (Don't allow them to drink faucet water if you live in a small agricultural town though, as the water is probably high in nitrates due to fertilizer from surrounding farms seeping into the wells). (Source: Have worked in a pet store for over a year, have owned a beardie for two)
As for leopards I am less knowledgeable, as I myself do not own one, but my brother does. In order to avoid me giving you faulty information, here's a link to an article on how to care for them. They can live in smaller enclosures, generally feast on crickets from my understanding, and are also nocturnal. They do have a defense mechanism though when they feel threatened where they will actually detach their tails in hopes that a predator will go for the tail (which consequently holds most of their fat reserves) instead of them.
Pic related, it's my beardie. (Sorry for vertical picture... it's saved like that for some reason and I'm not going to fix it right now)
Here's that link I forgot to include >.>
- "C´mon, take me with you... ;) "
At pet stores
- I sure as hell couldn´t...
At pet stores
Neither could i, 29 times
and then when u dont get them. they just look at you
- The line´s a bit blurry, but just because someone under 18 (o…
- Nudity =/= Pornography.
... the law doesn't always agree, sadly.
So youre telling me its perfectly okay to have a nude photos of girls under 18 so long as i dont refer to it as porn?
>moves files to "not porn" folder
Only if they're
A E S T H E T I C
Dude, not going to say google it, but google openly has pics. They are just not considered porn..
The line´s a bit blurry, but just because someone under 18 (or the respective age of each country/state) is nude in a picture doesn´t make it CP. I think the most common definition of CP is something like "An underage person posing in a sexual or sexually suggestive way and/or act".
Otherwise a family photo of a kid naked in swimming pool could be considered CP.
Watch American Beauty, they had to bring in some dudes that carefully checked to see if it was exploitation or not. Yes Thora Birch was 16 in that movie
Look up pictures of nudist families.
it's the intention in the creation of the picture/video that counts i think
and yes i know it's dumb as fuck
- Were we watching the same gif? Who ran off?
Watch my child for two seconds
- Nono, you don´t understand. The edges of the hole in the casi…
- Love me some roast, let´s see your best shots.
Would you look at that, the special ed kids are playing soldier again.
special ed forces, the green bicycle helmets.
Was your make-a-wish one day at the forces?
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