The best of the scripts provided Tony Hancock with a brilliant foil for his comic genius. Yet to assume they are all perfection would be too hopeful- quite often the shows are almost as humdrum as the very best of their contemporaries, however when at the peak of excellence, they are unsurpassable even today. So where exactly did Hancock's once eagerly anticipated ATV series go wrong? The stories were built around the same old Tony Hancock, he had the same mannerisms, the same slightly bigoted attitudes.
June 30, Frequently Asked Questions The most frequently asked question that I get on this website is something along the lines of: My chameleon is very very sick! It has a growth! Something is stuck in its rectum! I believe there are no good suggestions for that other than to take the chameleon to a qualified vet and be prepared to take whatever measures are necessary to find the problem and fix it.
Do it yourself veterinarian-ism isn't a good idea. The fundamental question is: How much do you value the welfare of the animal?
Chameleons are an advanced pet, as opposed to a pet for novices, and they require more, not fewer, trips to the veterinarian than a novice pet such as, say, a cat or a dog.
Yet many people routinely take those pets to the veterinarian for yearly check-ups, even when the animal has no apparent problem. Yet, still, even when a chameleon has a very significant problem, people are more inclined to search the Internet and look for "home remedies" than to simply put the chameleon into a critter keeper and visit a veterinarian.
That's really the bottom line. Prey animals, such as lizards, hide illness very, very well. If they don't, they get targeted by predators.
By the time it becomes visible to you, the problem is likely so severe as to require immediate and drastic intervention - something that only a qualified veterinarian can provide. This site should be thought of as a prevention website. I put things up as I become familiar with them, and as time permits, with an eye toward preventing problems from happening in the first place.
It is not a "do it yourself veterinary" site.
That doesn't mean that you shouldn't ask the question somewhere on these pages if you feel the need. Perhaps another visitor, possibly myself, will have something valuable to tell you about your situation. Go ahead and ask. If you really need answers quickly, though, whether you're going to visit a veterinarian or not, I can't recommend any action more strongly than to join the Chameleon Journals mailing list and ask your question there note: There are many chameleon owners, just like you, and breeders, and even a veterinarian or two on that mailing list, and they're on it because they want to hear from you, to learn from your experiences, and to help one another solve problems.
The most likely reason for your chameleon to be dying: Metabolic Bone Disease The symptoms include: The two most likely reasons for this problem: For a little bit of information about UVB lighting, click " A Chameleon's Environment " and scroll to the paragraph that begins with "About the lamps" below the second quote box.
For proper nutrition, visit " Keeping Crickets and Gut Loading ". Be aware, however, that if your chameleon is already displaying physical symptoms, simply giving the chameleon now what it has actually needed all along is likely to be inadequate.1 Liverpool 'And, darling ' It was dear old Prince Max von Hohenlohe-Langenburg, fat and twinkly in his decorations, sitting on my left at a gala dinner in the south of Spain.
Crock-Pot Root Beer Pulled Pork. This recipe comes from Crock-Pot Ladies reader Phaedra Valente and it is so good! Best of all there are only 4 simple ingredients and the pork comes out of the slow cooker moist and tender with enough to serve a good 6 to 8 people (more if you want to serve this pulled pork on slider buns as an appetizer!
Jan 14, · Firoozeh Dumas' "The 'F' Word" and Wendy Lee's "Peeling Bananas". You must use and cite the two articles as sources. 1) Compare these essays in terms of their authors' beliefs about identity. Oct 30, · The Undertaker’s Gone Bananas By Paul Zindel paper by Molly Harris Bobby Perkins lives on the 24th floor of the Century Tower Apartments in Fort Lee, New Jersey.
One day, new neighbors, the Hulka’s, move next door to Bobby. “Peeling Bananas” written by Wendy Lee was published in Chinese American Forum.
In the essay, Lee reflects on growing up in America as the child of parents born in China. For the censored version of the same series, see Hell's Kitchen.. Hell's Kitchen is a cooking reality show where Chef Gordon Ramsay puts aspiring chefs through different challenges and dinner services to decide who is the best.
This is the uncensored international version, which is available on DVD and broadcast in Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom.