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stu_faz
- user joined since May 21, 2006
41 questions asked by this user
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I'm thinking of buying a kayak and paddling the coast from Exmouth to Weymouth. What are the dangers of this?
In kayaking, canoeing, south coast - asked by stu_faz - 2 answers - 9 years ago
British Seperatists
In britain, history - asked by stu_faz - 2 answers - 10 years ago
Can anybody tell me the names of some good camp sites in the South West of england that allow single sex groups?
In recreation, camping, holiday - asked by stu_faz - 2 answers - 10 years ago
Does anyone know how I can find out who is performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival?
In edinburgh fringe festival - asked by stu_faz - 2 answers - 10 years ago
Are dogs lactose intollerant??
In dogs - asked by stu_faz - 2 answers - 11 years ago

Answers

The respiratory system is all the organs you need in order to breathe (lungs, bronchi, trachea etc...)
Never heard of a 'cough assist machine' im afraid.


Go To Question - asked by stu_faz - 0 replies - 11 years ago

Binoculars


Go To Question - asked by stu_faz - 0 replies - 11 years ago

Yeh i live in Staffordshire too, be it right on the border (Tamworth) and they all say it here too. Wiered. Also I've noticed that we only say "gambole" instead of forward roll in the Midlands and also "cob" instead of bread roll!


Go To Question - asked by stu_faz - 0 replies - 11 years ago

Depends how often she is prepard to walk it. I have a Springer Spaniel, they've got an absoloutely great personality, and they're really good with other dogs, people and kids. The only drawback is that Springer Spaniels are 'gun dogs' and are used to being out in the fields working, so he needs loads of exercise.

If your mum is elderly for instance, don't go for dogs like boarder collies, labradors etc... Check to find out how much exercise they will need.


Go To Question - asked by stu_faz - 0 replies - 11 years ago

Not in the same way as a chemical addiction, but i suppose you could get 'the bug' from it.

I've never flown myself (apart from sitting on a commuter aeroplane) but I can imagine it being an exhilarating feeling.

However I find that the more you do something like that, the more ordinary it becomes and you'll never get that first experience feeling back. An addiction works the other way, the more you do the more you want.


Go To Question - asked by stu_faz - 0 replies - 11 years ago