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  • How do I clean this...?

    I was an idiot and spilled soda on my keyboard last night. I mopped it up as best I could with a rag but the keys are still sticking. Any suggestions on how to get this squared away?

    2 AnswersCleaning & Laundry1 decade ago
  • What is up with my dog?

    We have an almost 2 year old Great Dane. He sleeps in the bed with us (stupid, yes I know, but that one is blamed on my fiance) and he has taken to sleeping very close to me. I'm talking, I lay on my right side and he lays down slammed up next to me and even rests his head on my pillow some nights. I don't mind it really, it's kind of comforting to have him there, but I'm really just wondering if anyone else's dogs do this and what your thoughts are on why he does this. Thanks for your time and your opinions will be appreciated.

    8 AnswersDogs1 decade ago
  • Where do I begin to find my family history?

    I am the only child (& daughter) of my mom and dad. My parents have been divorced for many years and are both remarried. I have my father's last name and that name dies out with me. I would like to know my family's history and lineage, but where do I begin? My fiance has a son from a previous marriage, but I would like to share my "history" with him and whatever other children we may have in the future. Any suggestions or guidance?

    7 AnswersGenealogy1 decade ago
  • What do y'all feed your Great Danes?

    We have a Great Dane named Clyde who is somewhere between one and a half and two years old. We have fed him dry food ever since he was a puppy with an occasional bout of wet canned food added in the evenings. He's eating well and seems to enjoy his food, but I feel like he's not gaining and filling out. Don't get me wrong; he's happy, healthy, active, loving, everything a Great Dane should be, just not filled out yet. Any thoughts? Or am I just not being patient enough to allow to him to reach his full potential in his own time?

    1 AnswerDogs1 decade ago