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all.
12/Oct/14 12:00 AM
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G'day mates.
Here's today's daffynition:
Accidents: Emergency teeth to temporarily replace those knocked out by mistake.
Here's today's factoid:
The cobra effect, in which unintended consequences make the problem worse. The anecdote goes that the British had a bounty on cobras in India which led to Indians breeding cobras.
12/Oct/14 12:01 AM
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I did not think father cats liked having much to do with their kittens.
12/Oct/14 12:08 AM
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Although I didn't put it as clearly in my mind, the same puzzlement made me skeptical of the picture, too.
12/Oct/14 1:25 AM
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Only one kitten?
12/Oct/14 1:28 AM
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1. minority (IRON - mi_NORI_ty)
2. ceremony (MERE - c_EREM_ony)
3. desiring (RISE - d_ESIR_ing)
4. goodness (SEND - goo_DNES_s)

In the today we have Joyce, Judy, Kathy, More...
12/Oct/14 1:34 AM
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everyone!
I had never heard of the cobra effect.....

The British government was concerned about the number of venomous cobra snakes. The government therefore offered a reward for every dead snake. Initially this was a successful More...
12/Oct/14 1:36 AM
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And not only cobras......

A similar incident occurred in Hanoi under French colonial rule. The colonial regime created a bounty program that paid a reward for each rat killed. To obtain the bounty, people would provide the severed rat tail. Colonial officials, however, began noticing rats More...
12/Oct/14 1:38 AM
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Pretty rare in the feline world for Dad to be doing the hugging!
12/Oct/14 1:40 AM
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And, not only critters....

Both in Mexico City and in Bogota, there was a policy measure that tried to reduce traffic by allowing car owners only to drive their car a couple of days a week. This was checked using the final one or 2 license plate numbers (so for example, on Monday, no cars More...
12/Oct/14 1:43 AM
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Good morning all! Dreary start to the day here in Connecticut, bummer for the Hartford Marathon. Looking forward to meeting Jane and Sacky!
12/Oct/14 1:47 AM
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Where did the 19 come from????? I meant 30!
12/Oct/14 1:49 AM
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All too often, when government gets involved with a 'problem', the problem get worse.
12/Oct/14 1:50 AM
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When I was a kid, male and female strays ''adopted'' us. When consulting with the vet about spaying and neutering we learned that the deed had been done. When the one kitten was born, Dad was totally miffed. He would stay away completely or leave the room when his progeny appeared. No hugging from that guy.
12/Oct/14 1:56 AM
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everyone!!!
12/Oct/14 2:09 AM
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Happy Saturday!
12/Oct/14 2:52 AM
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Kathy's addopting strays comment is timely. Lynne and I have just become ''dog people'' again after about 6 dogless years. We went to our local animal shelter yesterday and got a female 40 pound Shepherd mix around a year old. We are currently babysitting a friend's dog and cat while they are More...
12/Oct/14 3:20 AM
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Considering where we are ...
12/Oct/14 3:21 AM
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I'm making a run for it.
12/Oct/14 3:21 AM
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Anybody else coming along?
12/Oct/14 3:22 AM
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Looking left and right.
12/Oct/14 3:22 AM
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12/Oct/14 3:22 AM
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Congratulations on your adoption, Keith!
We once brought a new puppy into the house with our very territorial (and very large) cat. The cat loved terrorizing the little pup. Chased her all over the place.....until the little pup started to grow. The cat learned to tolerate the (eventually) large dog.
12/Oct/14 3:44 AM
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So far, it seems to me the dog wants to be playful, while the cat goes back and forth between confrontational growls while stalking, and panic driven running away. Things may settle down after they ''get used to'' each other.
12/Oct/14 4:45 AM
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These tuxedo cats are adorable, but like oyhers are saying Dad? and kitten. Maybe it should be Mom and kitten.
12/Oct/14 5:26 AM
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1.38
12/Oct/14 5:58 AM
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Congratulations on the new addition to your family, Keith!!!
12/Oct/14 7:15 AM
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1:59. Good morning everyone.
12/Oct/14 7:19 AM
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I do believe that's a new '22' as well, Keith - nice!
12/Oct/14 7:55 AM
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Nope, just one I haven't used in quite a while. It was posted and offered to me a long time ago. I copied and submitted it. It was one of the first graphic 22s I got. I can no longer remember who it was that did that for me, and apologize to whoever it was for that memory lapse. My only excuse is my recurring senior moment syndrome.
12/Oct/14 8:24 AM
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, y'all! Aww, I'm a cat person!
12/Oct/14 8:56 AM
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I was also surprised to see a father lion playing with his cub. It does happen!
12/Oct/14 10:49 AM
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Morning all,I would say its the mother cat too.
12/Oct/14 11:15 AM
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Just got back from dinner with Marg and Jane. Lovely ladies! I am so happy they took the time to visit my corner of Connecticut.
12/Oct/14 12:11 PM
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Well, lookee here! I arrived in time for a page turning . . .
12/Oct/14 12:44 PM
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I shall dawdle along . . . looking about for anyone else~
12/Oct/14 12:45 PM
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Doesn't seem so, I guess I'm alone . . .
12/Oct/14 12:46 PM
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Hello? Heeelllllooooo!
12/Oct/14 12:47 PM
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Guess not. Well, I shall turn the page . . .
12/Oct/14 12:47 PM
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BOPP!!!
12/Oct/14 12:48 PM
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