About Me: Male, 52, Tucson, AZ, member since Mar 2009
Bipolar 1 w/ pbreaks . 45 male . disable.I do stained glass,mosaic, and raise parrots.Have major back issue ,HIV,Hep c 25 years,. Been in same relationship 22 years . History of I.T.P. bleeding disorder cured by spleenectomy. Also recovering alcoholic . 4 years . reti
"Hi ,He could be going thru puberty . To know the sex . Check the pelvis if it is big enough to pass an egg it is probably female . And it will never be as tame as hand fed .I raise 27 types. Look for a bird club near you . I sell them ha..."
please dont do methadone people live 20 years less ones you get oer 40 mg coming off is verry hard ther ia a new med out. cant find name but will just so you do not take that stuff. just dont do it. for yourself think hard. now doctors can write rx for the stuff i am talking about it is a detox and it only takes 7 days reserch .
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