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Canadian BS Thread (random chat may be NSFW!)

are just waiting for a post, then pounce on it and provide your feedback? I noticed things are kinda slow latey, but then it would be interrupted by a slurge of post, then dips back to a waiting game.

So is it the case that some of you have more answers than questions (not talking my self here :D ), but there isn't enough new post?

Just curious.

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I guess people like to jump onto the new topics, such as new threads, and don't particularly like to contribute to thread that has been on going. I don't really know the reason behind this?

I usually do most of my posts in one go, since I'm usually on this site on break at work, or once I get home from work.
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are just waiting for a post, then pounce on it and provide your feedback? I noticed things are kinda slow latey, but then it would be interrupted by a slurge of post, then dips back to a waiting game.

So is it the case that some of you have more answers than questions (not talking my self here :D ), but there isn't enough new post?

Just curious.
i noticed the same thing. i keep checkin the forum but theres not much action.

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i noticed the same thing. i keep checkin the forum but theres not much action.
OK I will start.

Do Seagulls drink saltwater?

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I think a lot of people just check the new posts, probably just the first page, and if there arnt any new topics they come back later and post on the new and updated topics.
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Seagulls have a very complicated kidney system as they need to recover as much water as they can. - I half pulled this out outta my ass and OAC Biology from 10+ yrs ago.

Do seagulls drink seawater? in The AnswerBank: Animals & Nature

They can drink seawater because they have a mechanism for expelling the salt as residue through their nostrils, creating the crusty white flakes sometimes seen on their beaks. Sea salt, anyone?
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Anyone else addicted to this forum? I think I might be, or work is really slow ....
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Anyone else addicted to this forum? I think I might be, or work is really slow ....
its slow over here too... , what you do for work ?

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Seagulls have a very complicated kidney system as they need to recover as much water as they can. - I half pulled this out outta my ass and OAC Biology from 10+ yrs ago.

Do seagulls drink seawater? in The AnswerBank: Animals & Nature

They can drink seawater because they have a mechanism for expelling the salt as residue through their nostrils, creating the crusty white flakes sometimes seen on their beaks. Sea salt, anyone?
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If sea gulls like salt water... do they like salt water taffy?

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