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PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2018 6:02 pm 
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Good enough for government work..


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 Post subject: Re: Youtube Favorite of the Day
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The experts are saying it's not done like on TV. No shit, a guy isn't locked up in a 47 minute episode, it takes months and years.

And just b/c his teeth marks and finger prints are all over the crime scene area doesn't mean he did it of course.


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I like that cat video you posted, professor I'm going to go back and try to upvote it. I had a cat who could do all that. She'd jump 8' vertically. Amazing to observe her doing her thing.

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 Post subject: Re: Youtube Favorite of the Day
PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2018 6:57 pm 
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professor I upvote you too much.

I read that cats spread and 'float', like one of those sky diving wing suit nutballs. Could prolly drop one from 40,000 feet and she'd land uninjured. I wouldn't allow this theory to be tested w/ my little ladies. They don't like riding in a car let alone flying.

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I have tremendous admiration for domesticated cats. Had two of them with my ex-wife and honestly, I was deeply begrieved when we broke up and she took them.

But I am badly allergic to a lot of them (the older ones who are allowed to roam around outside mostly and who never get brushed: younger healthier ones with shorter hair or hair that is regularly brushed are not so bad), but even so I could see owning one again. But I like dogs better.

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Like this guys channel

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I have tremendous admiration for domesticated cats. Had two of them with my ex-wife and honestly, I was deeply begrieved when we broke up and she took them.

But I am badly allergic to a lot of them (the older ones who are allowed to roam around outside mostly and who never get brushed: younger healthier ones with shorter hair or hair that is regularly brushed are not so bad), but even so I could see owning one again. But I like dogs better.


I was impressed by my sister's cat. He's a real mouser. I've seen some lazy ass cats who are no such thing. This hunter doesn't fuck around. I've seen him kill shit in impossible places in no time flat, as if he'd coaxed the little bastards right to his claws within seconds. Reportedly killed a small snake in the yard recently.

Only problem, I hear, is that he'll occasionally bring the severed head of a victim into the house to continue chewing on, or to drop around someone's bed as a gift. :lol:

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Epic rant at 11:33 . . .

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How to run a successful YT channel that will NEVER be targeted by PC witch hunters:

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