Kate Downham wrote:
Tests done on cows milk from horned and dehorned cows found that the milk was a better quality from the horned cows. I also contemplate that because the horns grow naturally, there might be important reasons why they are growing - one of these reasons is the ability to get rid of excess heat from the body when they need to, maybe there are other reasons that haven't been discovered yet?
Anne Miller wrote:
When I bought mine, I bought men's boots because that is all they had.
I now have a bunion so I never buy women's shoes as the toe box is way too narrow.
I also never wore my rubber boots with socks. And they might have been a size too large as there was lots of room in my rubber boots.
When I cut a piece of thread, I hang it from one hand and pinch it lightly with my other thumb and finger and slide down to the end a couple of times. This seems to remove a bit of the twist and reduces the problem. Despite that, I often still have to do so again part way through sewing with it. I think the key is to do so before it becomes a knotted mess.