Book Blitz Month on January, 2018: I nominated my mum for domestic blitz - do you think she'll get it? read her story?

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I nominated my mum for domestic blitz - do you think she’ll get it? read her story?

PLEASE >> Dont get My Answer wrong (initially)

But..U tell such a Story and U get Idiots like that Calvin replying to U,

without any reference to your story of hardluck.

This shows a very insensitive person and unfortunately our world contains many of them.

To your Plight..."Domestic Blitz" TV Program

I need to tell U that Producers of this Program work out a Line of Need to air a particular familys plight, many months before the actual program goes to air. It could be as much as 6 months to a year.

However, now and again (actually quite often) along comes a Story that has merit and deserves a rating (as yours does).

I am sure the Producers will consider THAT.

In the Interim please do not despair.

It might take some time..It also, I am sorry, may not occur.

WHATEVER..I would Post your question with Additional Details that CAN prove the Story u have told us all on Q&A..No intention there to say your story is NOT genuine..But, If U can provide some type of Proof in Additional Details..provide a genuine direct Email address, then I feel sure that U just MIGHT get many good people willing to donate "something"?? that may well assist your Mothers (and yours) Plight. >>Try it..U have NOTHING to lose and LOTS to Gain.

Email address thru >> Bigpond or some other ISP

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is a bichon frise a good pet?

is a bichon frise a good pet?

Okay, I am biased. I am officially owned by 2!! Both female both are great dogs. Grooming is a downfall, you must keep up with them, or the coats get so knotted that grooming them can be stressful to you and them. I cut my dogs myself. They are not show quality cuts, but they don't look bad either. The best investment I made was a pair of Andis clippers and good quality scissors. I took them to be done professionally the first few times, stayed and watched, learned what I needed to learn, now I am able to do it myself. Whatever you do avoid the "POODLE" cut. This breed is often mistaken for being a poodle, but they are not!! Their faces and legs need to left full for the cottony look. body can be cut closer. this is a show cut. pet cut is just a bit shorter, and way easier to comb through. They get their adult coat around 1 year old. And this is when it really tends to get knotted.

Training can be difficult as they are a bit stubborn. They are very human-like in their antics. I can go on and on about them, but like I said I am biased. Potty training is still a bit of an issue with Bailee, the 1 year old. I take her out, walk with her, she pees, but pooing, she takes her good old sweet time, and sometimes she won't do it. Then I will find that she already did it somewhere in the house, usually my bedroom. Get a good book on training, and be diligent. Out after nap time, out 20 minutes after they eat. Feed them and when they walk away from their bowl, pick it up so they don't feed again. Do this 4 times a day. Don't leave the food down for them to eat continuously. Then you won't have a time basis for potty time.

my older female recently had a litter. 4 boys and 3 girls. Her personality has changed. This is her first litter. She is very protective to the point of being aggressive. It is so unlike her, that I am afraid she will hurt my other bichon. She attacks her from across the room. Bailee is no where near her or the pups, yet Mady feels the need to assert herself. It as amazing to watch 12# of furry fury. She is fine with my children, husband and myself. And she had no qualms with human visitors. Just Bailee, the kitten and shadow my lab are the focus of her aggression. This behavior is very unlike her. She is a typical, lovable, cuddly lap dog. Before the pups, Mady and Bailee played and slept together. They would rough-house with each other a lot, but now, 8 weeks can't come fast enough so that my Mady will be back to her loving self.

Below I have found a few sites that have been a wealth of information. Once you are owned by a bichon, there is no other breed that will turn your head the way they do. When I was in the market for a small lap dog, I was leaning towards a shiz tsu, yorkie, maltese, llasa apso. My sister in law got a bichon, and I was hooked. I forgot to mention the bichon blitz, or bichon buzz. This is where they run and run in circles, how they don't get dizzy is beyond me, but I have laughed so hard at them doing this that my stomache starts to hurt. Then when you think they are done and they tired themselves out, wrong, they start all over again. Bailee does this in my house as I have an oler home and it a big circle on the first floor, she goes round and round til one of us grabs her and makes her stop.

hopefully I have helped! Good luck

bichonly yours,

Patti c

********edited to add*****

What to feed your furbaby. I feed mine Canidae and they are thriving. It is costly, but well worth the price. I am feeding 3 dogs for less than $1.00 a day, and it is a good quality food. Bichons are prone to allergies, such as food, dust, molds, and grass, not to mention the crap the is loaded into commercial foods. Check out the website so you know what is good food and what is poor food. Believe it or not Iams, Eukanuba, Hill's Science Diet all received poor ratings. So what does that tell you about the power of advertising.

Sorry my post is so long, but there is so much I didn't know when I got Mady, and hopefully I am able to help 1 person avoid the mistakes and the lack of knowledge I had when I got Mady.

Patti

what is the preparation to become attacker player like garry kasparov,fisher?

what is the preparation to become attacker player like garry kasparov,fisher?

It's impossible to answer this question accurately because you give us no information about yourself, but I will try anyway.

If you want to play like Kasparov and Fischer, you need to study their games, but my guess is that you are not ready for that yet. If you start with them immediately you will find nothing but frustration.

This program outlined below involves a massive amount of work, but there is no easy way to play like Kasparov and Fischer unless you are a chess genius. If you are a chess genius you don't need advice from the people here. If you can't finish the program, do as much as you can. It will make you a better player.

First study tactics for at least 6 months. Play as many hours per day as you can manage.

Solve tactical exercises at the following servers on line daily, preferably for at least an hour per day

and

During the same 6 months study the following tactics books in order, preferably for an hour or more per day.

Sharpen Your Tactics by Lein

1000 Checkmate Combinations by Henkin

Chess Tactics From Scratch by Weteschnik

Study each book throughly at least three times before moving to the next phase.

During each phase play about two serious slow games per week. Analyze them for mistakes afterwards. Don't waste your time with Blitz.

After about six months working on tactics you should be ready to learn to play serious chess.

Study these five books first. Take as long as you need to understand them before moving on.

"Simple Chess" by Michael Stean

"Best Lessons of a Chess Coach" by Weeramantry

"The Art of Attack" by Vukovic

"My System" by Nimzowitch

"Pawn Structure Chess by Soltis

Continue to practice on the tactics servers for at least 1/2 hour per day. A full hour would be better.

Continue to play about two serious slow games per week. Analyze them for mistakes afterwards. Don't waste your time with Blitz.

Then study games of the Grandmasters for as many hours per day as you can.

"My Best Games of Chess" by Alekhine

"One Hundred Select Games" by Botvinnik

"The Sorcerer's Apprentice" by Bronstein

"The Life and Games of Mikhail Tal" by Tal

"Mihail Tal's Best Games of Chess" by P.H. Clarke.

Continue to practice on the tactics servers for at least 1/2 hour per day. A full hour would be better.

Continue to play about two serious slow games per week. Analyze them for mistakes afterwards. Don't waste your time with Blitz.

Then five Fischer books in this order

"Bobby Fischer: his approach to chess" by Agur

"Bobby Fischer Rediscovered" by Soltis

"Russians vs. Fischer" by Plisetksy

and

"My 60 Memorable Games by Fischer

Then Kasparov:

Garry Kasparov on Garry Kasparov, Part 1 and Part 2 (and Part 3 when it is published)

and

Garry Kasparov's Greatest Chess Games, Volumes 1 and 2 by Igor Stohl

Continue to practice on the tactics servers for at least 1/2 hour per day. A full hour would be better.

Continue to play about two serious slow games per week. Analyze them for mistakes afterwards. Don't waste your time with Blitz.

Finally, for perspective I would add

"Fire on Board" by Alexi Shirov

"Sacrifice and Initiative in Chess" by Sokolov

"Vishy Anand: World Chess Champion" by V. Anand

"Chess Tactics for Advanced Players" by Averbakh

and a quirky personal favorite of mine "GM-RAM" by Ziyatdonov

Continue to practice on the tactics servers for at least 1/2 hour per day. A full hour would be better.

Continue to play about two serious slow games per week. Analyze them for mistakes afterwards.

OK now you can play blitz. :-)

Good luck.

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