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    Seeing a guide dog yesterday made m cry a bit.

    I'm getting worse. I filled up recently when a waiter seemed genuinely kind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    I'm getting worse. I filled up recently when a waiter seemed genuinely kind.
    Token 'what did the waiter do, offer to empty your colostomy bag?' bantz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    I'm getting worse. I filled up recently when a waiter seemed genuinely kind.
    You’re mentally softening imo. You’ll get religion next, you mark my words.

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    Training a guide dog is exceptionally rewarding and I recommend it to anyone.

    Trust me I know.

    You basically start off with a puppy and take him or her through a key stage in their life so they can be an awesome, caring and helpful companion to a someone who is blind.

    You start off with basic obedience and then slow add more things on while caring for the dog.

    You train them how to guide the person their with, be alert and vigilant at all times, make sure their reaction speeds are on point and teach them basics tasks like collecting someone’s mail or picking up something they dropped or help them onto a bus or dropping of a a couple grams of Charlie and bring back the cash or attacking a guard in the groin. All extremely beneficial imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burney View Post
    You’re mentally softening imo. You’ll get religion next, you mark my words.
    Nah. I'm definitely off religion. I might just have a breakdown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    Nah. I'm definitely off religion. I might just have a breakdown.
    What is the matter with you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter View Post
    What is the matter with you?
    Other than the weeping, not much. There's that embarassing itching thing but the talcum powder seems to be helping now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    Other than the weeping, not much. There's that embarassing itching thing but the talcum powder seems to be helping now.
    Are you slowly becoming a massive gaylord?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony C View Post
    Training a guide dog is exceptionally rewarding and I recommend it to anyone.

    Trust me I know.

    You basically start off with a puppy and take him or her through a key stage in their life so they can be an awesome, caring and helpful companion to a someone who is blind.

    You start off with basic obedience and then slow add more things on while caring for the dog.

    You train them how to guide the person their with, be alert and vigilant at all times, make sure their reaction speeds are on point and teach them basics tasks like collecting someone’s mail or picking up something they dropped or help them onto a bus or dropping of a a couple grams of Charlie and bring back the cash or attacking a guard in the groin. All extremely beneficial imo.
    Sounds similar to how you brought Mickey Pearce along T...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony C View Post
    Training a guide dog is exceptionally rewarding and I recommend it to anyone.

    Trust me I know.

    You basically start off with a puppy and take him or her through a key stage in their life so they can be an awesome, caring and helpful companion to a someone who is blind.

    You start off with basic obedience and then slow add more things on while caring for the dog.

    You train them how to guide the person their with, be alert and vigilant at all times, make sure their reaction speeds are on point and teach them basics tasks like collecting someone’s mail or picking up something they dropped or help them onto a bus or dropping of a a couple grams of Charlie and bring back the cash or attacking a guard in the groin. All extremely beneficial imo.
    You should write a book Tone. I would read your autobiography

    In other news I've been seeing loads of blind people lately. Think they're on the up

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