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Back Issue Plush Toys





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    back issue
  • Back Issue is an American magazine published by TwoMorrows Publishing, based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Founded in 2003 and published eight times yearly, it features articles and art about comic books of the 1970s to the 1990s.

  • (Back Issues) Just Shoot Me! is an American television sitcom that aired for seven seasons on NBC from March 4, 1997 to August 16, 2003, with 148 episodes produced. The show was created by Steven Levitan, the show's executive producer.

  • A past issue of a journal or magazine

  • (back issues) Back issues refer to a collection of current periodicals. Depending on the rate of publication of a periodical, (weekly, monthly, etc.) the number of back issues varies greatly. Back issues are located in the Reading Room, 2nd Floor, Rutherford South.





    plush
  • lavish: characterized by extravagance and profusion; "a lavish buffet"; "a lucullan feast"

  • (plushy) (of textures) resembling plush

  • Richly luxurious and expensive

  • a fabric with a nap that is longer and softer than velvet





    toys
  • An object for a child to play with, typically a model or miniature replica of something

  • A person treated by another as a source of pleasure or amusement rather than with due seriousness

  • (toy) a nonfunctional replica of something else (frequently used as a modifier); "a toy stove"

  • (toy) plaything: an artifact designed to be played with

  • An object, esp. a gadget or machine, regarded as providing amusement for an adult

  • (toy) dally: behave carelessly or indifferently; "Play about with a young girl's affection"











Windblown Look




Windblown Look





Not a fabulous composition, I know, but I love that fluff on his head. And those waves down his back and tail are so handsome and silky. I wish you all could reach out and feel his fur. Truly plush!

I've had someone local express interest in adopting Magnus. I believe in complete disclosure, and Magnus is far from a perfect pup. Here's an excerpt from the e-mail I sent the gentleman. I'm afraid I'll scare everyone away from him, but it would be unfair not to be upfront about him. This is a list of areas that need work:

First, Magnus is a barker. He alerts to anything (and unfortunately is starting to get our resident dog to let out an occasional bark). He can be desensitized, but I am not sure it would go away quickly.

Second, I am working hard with him right now regarding letting others come into our house. He thinks his job is to bark at anyone
[who approaches or enters the house, quite ferociously, and I am afraid it could, sadly, readily escalate.] Now I am using a crate in the main living space. He is much more re-directable in the crate. Friends who visit understand that he will bark a bit. I reward him any time he is quiet. Then I change it up to any time he is lying down. Then finally when he is in a relaxed pose (head resting). He's learning. Friends give him treats to help more. And I give a "jackpot" reward both with people arrive and I shut him in the crate as well as when people are leaving to distract him from even thinking about barking and associating their leaving with his barking. I'd hate for him to think his barking accomplishes something.

Third, Magnus is still learning about the great, big outside world. He does great in our neighborhood, but he needs exposure to many more things out there. Whoever dumped Magnus obviously did not do anything to socialize the pup, unfortunately. He had not been housebroken (he is now, thankfully) or exposed to anything in the real world. Sigh.

Fourth, Magnus has a fear of getting into a car. Not sure if he associates a car with being taken and dumped. I fed him his "meals" (I take a treat approach to all food, carrying his food in a treat bag on my hip rewarding good behavior and teaching him new, desirable behaviors) for a full week in the back seat of the car. Now he will get into my vehicle, although sometimes he balks a little bit. Then I use treats on the edge of the door frame and gradually encourage him into the vehicle. Improving with time, but not yet a thing of the past.

Fifth, Magnus can easily get depressed if repeatedly left alone for long periods of time (or even left out in the yard while we are in the house). Thankfully, that doesn't tend to be an issue because my husband is home most days. This is a breed trait from what I can gather. He really would do better with someone home more than not.

I want what is best for Magnus, so I want to be straightforward about what to expect. Are you comfortable continuing to work diligently on these issues? Will you be around more than not to help Magnus? When I take him to new environments, I have to work to get him calm, then he can handle it. He has trouble focusing on treats and heeling when overwhelmed. After a few minutes of walking around, he settles and trusts me. Then we encounter the next thing. It takes time and effort, but Magnus deserves to have the chance to be a well-balanced adult. I wish someone had worked with him before he arrived in our home. But now there's no looking back, just forward.

He really is a sweet puppy, devoted and loving toward us. And a goof, too. He's a lumbering giant, and the whole floor shakes when he plops down on the ground. Spends a lot of time lounging and relaxing in the house. We keep chew toys available, and he has not destroyed a single item in our house, not a single one. Impressive for a young pup. He's crated when we are gone and tolerates that very well (treats!). Spends the night crated in our bedroom without any problems, too. Able to go eight hours or more without accidents. He just lies and sleeps. Occasionally chews on quiet toys in there. Outside, he's more energetic. He doesn't like to entertain himself outside, though. He wants us out there. If we are out there, he runs and plays. If we go back inside, he lies down on the dog bed by the door. And stays there until we come back out. Just so much prefers to have his people with him.

Are you still interested in Magnus? Please let me know.


I believe Magnus has great potential, but he needs so much work. Sigh.











QB plush back




QB plush back





So the other plush i ordered came, and they are quite different. The sitting one is one that came from China (bootleg possibly? Came months ago though, so probably.) The standing one has more detail, softer fabric, but i like the ears on the sitting one better. Should have given something for scale, but the squares are about 24 inches a side, if that means anything.

Interesting note, the standing one is almost exactly the same as the pattern that came in the latest issue of COSmode.









back issue plush toys







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Post je objavljen 08.11.2011. u 03:45 sati.