By sneaky1324 / Saturday 18 August 2012 07:49 / Canada - Calgary
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  p3mguin  |  7

Neti pots are amazing, especially with a stuffed up nose. Omg it's live heaven after all the pain you have to endure when water and solution is running through your nose.

  Meettitan  |  14

94 is correct. We would --and still do, in fact-- use maggots in serious infection or burn cases. The maggots will clean the wound of decaying tissue, while leaving the living stuff in tact. Gross, but true!

  sens3sfailing  |  24

This is a true question so would some one please tell me the answer with no smart ass comments calling me stupid?
Are maggots the baby form of flies? I thought they were completely separate and that flies were larva then flies, not maggots. Or are there a certain species of fly that goes through the maggot stage where it eats the dead flesh?

  Meettitan  |  14

38- look at docs previous post. He obviously knows which words to use, and where to use them. I suggest jumping off the thread before he comes back...

  PaulB123  |  11

88 has a compelling argument, though he didn't do a great job of carrying it out. If Doc was talking about a specific queen, he should've capitalised the 'q'... As Doc himself said. However, if he was talking about all queens in general, or a group of queens such as 'all queens of England', he should've put " queens' ".

  crakzila  |  4

Wouldn't it be queens' then? Showing possession in a generalized group? I never really liked writing English too much. They're too many rules for grammar and also many exceptions to those rules.

  MissMae93  |  23

29 - Really? It took you 5 full minutes to pronounce it? Yikes. I wonder how long it will take you to pronounce "pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis".

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