All in his chest area, in his lungs. She's probably going to put him down on Monday. He won't go outside for my sister. He wouldn't eat his breakfast right away. Let the crying begin. Don't get your sick dog a toy, it won't make you or them feel better. Meiko wouldn't even take the toy. Maybe he will eventually.

He is having trouble breathing and can barely walk. Sounds like she might have to put him down. I will have to help him in her car, he probably won't be able to jump. The bad feeling is already creeping up. The feeling you get when you have to put a dog down. Might make more sense for the feeling to happen after. Update They are doing tests. It'll take twenty minutes. If they can't figure out what's wrong, we will have to put him down. I'm waiting in the car. You can hear him whining. They said his stomach is hurting him. I got poop on me when I put him in the car. Could be the pain medicine. Update He was constipated. But his chest x-ray wasn't normal. Also he's anemic. He could have cancer. He stopped making the weird noise after he pooped.

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P9010003_edit_filtered [caption id="attachment_2740" align="alignnone" width="648"]OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA[/caption] The first image is Neat Image, and the second is AfterShot Pro Perfectly Clear Noise Removal. They look very similar, but Neat Image is slightly better. The render with Perfectly Clear Noise Removal in AfterShot Pro, looks way worse then the actual JPG. I might not of paid for the Neat Image upgrade if I knew the JPG looked fine. Neat Image is still better though. Slightly. aftershot_pro_perfectly_clear_noise_removal If you don't care about the carpet, AfterShot Pro Perfectly Clear Noise removal is better. The black is darker on her fur. Possibly more detail too. So the only part that actually matters, is better with AfterShot Pro.

[caption id="attachment_2729" align="alignnone" width="648"]OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA[/caption] [caption id="attachment_2730" align="alignnone" width="648"]OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA[/caption] [caption id="attachment_2731" align="alignnone" width="648"]OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA[/caption] [caption id="attachment_2732" align="alignnone" width="648"]OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA[/caption] The two brighter ones are at ISO 800. The background on the picture of Tonka looks odd, might be because I was standing in the kitchen, which has a different kind of light. If you edit the pictures of Tonka, they look fine. Use Perfectly Clear in AfterShot Pro. But the noise removal blurs out the carpet as well. I don't have a Neat Image license for Windows, don't know if it would do any better, maybe. MagSphere_IMG_20160901_191748881 Update Neat Image has better noise removal, it doesn't blur out the carpet. P9010003_edit_filtered There's the fixed image of Tonka. As long as you save the RAW file, you can most likely fix the image.

It's a Dedicated KVM Slice. The 15 dollar a month plan includes a dedicated core. So I can run every hour, without getting in trouble. Also 4 GB of RAM should be better. Just got to wait for them to approve it. The DDOS protection cost another three bucks. I have almost had my shared hosting from BUYSHARED for a year. At the end of next month. Must of needed to exclude more stuff. Looks like I killed the new VPS. Or not, just slow. Reinstalling, found a guide with more stuff to exclude. Looks like rsync didn't exclude anything. I had to reinstall grub, make sure you do grub2. Still not booting. Looks like I'll have to resetup manually, or find a different guide. And it's trying to boot this time. I think the --delete option is deleting stuff that is needed. I'll try again without that. One last thing to try before giving up, reinstalling everything. #!/bin/bash for package in `dpkg --get-selections | grep -w 'install$' | cut -f 1`; do apt-get install --reinstall $package; done I had to type it, the console doesn't support copy and paste. I'm booted from a Debian disk, in rescue mode. Why does it boot so damn slow? I reinstalled mingetty, and it didn't say it failed to start the login service. Oh there it did.

It'll cause your phone's battery to die sooner. Apparently Sprint requires a lot of power. I wasted $15 + $18 though.

Got the 5 dollar per month OpenVZ plan. I want fast, HostUS is more budget. Also Secure Dragon has a Oregon location. Weekly off site backups too. Takes a long time for the DNS to update.