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Gary
August 14th 03, 01:59 AM
Afghanis blame the U.S. for violent cats

http://www.afghanistan.org/news_detail.asp?15997


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Ricky
August 14th 03, 08:46 PM
In article >, says...
> Afghanis blame the U.S. for violent cats
>
> http://www.afghanistan.org/news_detail.asp?15997

LOL! These people can't resist reminding us how utterly primitive they
are. With Canadian troops pouring into Afghanistan, we'll soon read that
their towns and villages are being attacked by vicious hordes of killer
beavers.

Ricky

Ricky
August 14th 03, 08:46 PM
In article >, says...
> Afghanis blame the U.S. for violent cats
>
> http://www.afghanistan.org/news_detail.asp?15997

LOL! These people can't resist reminding us how utterly primitive they
are. With Canadian troops pouring into Afghanistan, we'll soon read that
their towns and villages are being attacked by vicious hordes of killer
beavers.

Ricky

LeeAnne
August 15th 03, 06:15 PM
Too funny - it reminded me of a story I saw on one of those Real TV type
shows where a town (in the UK I think) was being terrorized by a loose
lion -- people were petrified of it, people had seen it, big, nasty lion.
Turns out it was about a 20 lb house cat that was completely blonde/buff/tan
in color. It was funny to me since the 'lion' looked just like my Max.

LeeAnne

"Gary" > wrote in message ...
> Afghanis blame the U.S. for violent cats
>
> http://www.afghanistan.org/news_detail.asp?15997
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LeeAnne
August 15th 03, 06:15 PM
Too funny - it reminded me of a story I saw on one of those Real TV type
shows where a town (in the UK I think) was being terrorized by a loose
lion -- people were petrified of it, people had seen it, big, nasty lion.
Turns out it was about a 20 lb house cat that was completely blonde/buff/tan
in color. It was funny to me since the 'lion' looked just like my Max.

LeeAnne

"Gary" > wrote in message ...
> Afghanis blame the U.S. for violent cats
>
> http://www.afghanistan.org/news_detail.asp?15997
>
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Gary
August 15th 03, 06:44 PM
LeeAnne wrote:

> Too funny - it reminded me of a story I saw on one of those Real TV type
> shows where a town (in the UK I think) was being terrorized by a loose
> lion -- people were petrified of it, people had seen it, big, nasty lion.
> Turns out it was about a 20 lb house cat that was completely blonde/buff/tan
> in color. It was funny to me since the 'lion' looked just like my Max.
>
> LeeAnne

I once worked in a small (exotic) pet shop in a small town. We had a baby bear.
It once got loose. By evening time, it had grown to a full size grizzly, and
there was a posse out hunting it. Meanwhile, any child could have walked off
with that little bear. :o)

Gary



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Gary
August 15th 03, 06:44 PM
LeeAnne wrote:

> Too funny - it reminded me of a story I saw on one of those Real TV type
> shows where a town (in the UK I think) was being terrorized by a loose
> lion -- people were petrified of it, people had seen it, big, nasty lion.
> Turns out it was about a 20 lb house cat that was completely blonde/buff/tan
> in color. It was funny to me since the 'lion' looked just like my Max.
>
> LeeAnne

I once worked in a small (exotic) pet shop in a small town. We had a baby bear.
It once got loose. By evening time, it had grown to a full size grizzly, and
there was a posse out hunting it. Meanwhile, any child could have walked off
with that little bear. :o)

Gary



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Smokey Stover
August 17th 03, 06:43 PM
Gary > wrote in message >...
> LeeAnne wrote:
>
> > Too funny - it reminded me of a story I saw on one of those Real TV type
> > shows where a town (in the UK I think) was being terrorized by a loose
> > lion -- people were petrified of it, people had seen it, big, nasty lion.
> > Turns out it was about a 20 lb house cat that was completely blonde/buff/tan
> > in color. It was funny to me since the 'lion' looked just like my Max.
> >
> > LeeAnne
>
> I once worked in a small (exotic) pet shop in a small town. We had a baby bear.
> It once got loose. By evening time, it had grown to a full size grizzly, and
> there was a posse out hunting it. Meanwhile, any child could have walked off
> with that little bear. :o)
>
> Gary

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It's funny all right, but wonder if it's a hoax. My searches for a town
called Qoochi turned up nothing except a bunch of newspapers that picked
up the story, even one in Japan!

Fact or fiction, it's a hoot.

Smokey Stover
August 17th 03, 06:43 PM
Gary > wrote in message >...
> LeeAnne wrote:
>
> > Too funny - it reminded me of a story I saw on one of those Real TV type
> > shows where a town (in the UK I think) was being terrorized by a loose
> > lion -- people were petrified of it, people had seen it, big, nasty lion.
> > Turns out it was about a 20 lb house cat that was completely blonde/buff/tan
> > in color. It was funny to me since the 'lion' looked just like my Max.
> >
> > LeeAnne
>
> I once worked in a small (exotic) pet shop in a small town. We had a baby bear.
> It once got loose. By evening time, it had grown to a full size grizzly, and
> there was a posse out hunting it. Meanwhile, any child could have walked off
> with that little bear. :o)
>
> Gary

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It's funny all right, but wonder if it's a hoax. My searches for a town
called Qoochi turned up nothing except a bunch of newspapers that picked
up the story, even one in Japan!

Fact or fiction, it's a hoot.

Gary
August 18th 03, 03:03 AM
Smokey Stover wrote:

>
> It's funny all right, but wonder if it's a hoax. My searches for a town
> called Qoochi turned up nothing except a bunch of newspapers that picked
> up the story, even one in Japan!
>
> Fact or fiction, it's a hoot.

The song itself may not refer specifically to any one place, but it's a fairly well
known fact that *some* Asians eat cats and dogs.

I once worked in a small coastal town in Louisiana. The work I did involved a driver,
so we had a full week together. In this time, he related to me how the arrival of the
Vietnamese, within a year, caused them to have to close down their little animal
control department. The Vietnamese, it seems, had eaten every stray cat and dog they
could find, and within a year, there were none for the dog catcher to catch.

Gary





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Gary
August 18th 03, 03:03 AM
Smokey Stover wrote:

>
> It's funny all right, but wonder if it's a hoax. My searches for a town
> called Qoochi turned up nothing except a bunch of newspapers that picked
> up the story, even one in Japan!
>
> Fact or fiction, it's a hoot.

The song itself may not refer specifically to any one place, but it's a fairly well
known fact that *some* Asians eat cats and dogs.

I once worked in a small coastal town in Louisiana. The work I did involved a driver,
so we had a full week together. In this time, he related to me how the arrival of the
Vietnamese, within a year, caused them to have to close down their little animal
control department. The Vietnamese, it seems, had eaten every stray cat and dog they
could find, and within a year, there were none for the dog catcher to catch.

Gary





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