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Food critic by Mark Edwards
I just had a mug of clam chowder, with a dash of Tabasco in it. When I was finished, Little Boy was eager to see if I had any left. So I put the mug down on the floor for him. He tells me this is just wrong, on so many levels, and he will just have to go see what Senyah has. Hugs and...
January 6th 14 09:45 PM
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UK Catslaves- Litter alert by Lesley[_4_]
The Co-op are selling "Bob Martins" lightweight non-clumping cat litter for 3.39 for an extra large bag- I did both boxes and still have a load left. Fortunately my local Co-op is just over the road so I can get a few bags Lesley Slave of the Fabulous Furballs
January 6th 14 09:36 PM
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Dog alert! by Christina Websell
I have new next door neighbours (not the nasty ones, unfortunately, the other side) They seem nice, a young couple with no children yet. They have a dog, though, a Jack Russell terrier type. It's not that I don't like dogs, I do very much, but Boyfie often strolls in a leisurely way through...
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January 6th 14 07:37 PM
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The media in the UK is beginning to notice something: "The left istoo silent on the clunking fist of state power." by Franaise mangeur de viande de cheval
The media in the UK is beginning to notice something: "The left is too silent on the clunking fist of state power." "Government's role is vital, but an arrogant and centralised state is as big a problem as the out-of-control market."...
January 6th 14 12:56 PM
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Marijuana legalization: The urban elites versus the masses by Franaise mangeur de viande de cheval
Marijuana legalization: The urban elites versus the masses couple of excerpts from the long original article: "Roughly speaking, about 90% of the population of an industrialized economy has a problem with boredom and lack of ambition with respect to education and the workplace. They move through...
January 6th 14 12:31 PM
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Reuters 01.03.14: "THE FALL OF FRANCE" "Sky-high taxes andoverprotective labor laws are driving out the country's best and brightest" by Franaise mangeur de viande de cheval
Reuters 01.03.14: "THE FALL OF FRANCE" "Sky-high taxes and overprotective labor laws are driving out the country's best and brightest" google it if you have to read it to know it.
January 5th 14 01:16 PM
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Where's Persia? (picture) by jmcquown[_2_]
I looked all over for her last night. She wasn't on the sofa, she wasn't in "her" bedroom. She wasn't in my bedroom. She wasn't shut in a closet. Where could she be? I discovered she was snoozing in her cushy little pyramid bed. She hasn't used it in...
January 5th 14 05:56 AM
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Pretty Long-Haired Kitty! by jmcquown[_2_]
I was sitting here in my little corner of the living room at my desk. I glanced out the glass door. There was a big fluffy cat outside about 60 yards away. I exclaimed, "Hi cat!" It came running towards me. (All the while I'm thinking please don't let Persia see this strange cat!) It...
January 4th 14 10:34 PM
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I hate Catsan litter by [email protected]
My local shop was out of their own brand so I had to buy this! First of all it's 2.99 a bag okay the own brand I usually buy is 3.45 a bag but a bag of that does both boxes and with a bit left over. This is only enough for one tray but since that was all they had I eked it out over 2 boxes by...
January 4th 14 09:56 PM
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IMF States "We are mired in a debt crisis". DON'T BOTHER TO POINTTHAT OUT TO IDIOT, PAUL KRUGMAN by ПеаБраин
IMF States "We are mired in a debt crisis". DON'T BOTHER TO POINT THAT OUT TO IDIOT, PAUL KRUGMAN /www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2014/01/imf-says-oh-by-the-way-theres-a-debt-crisis.php There was an error posting the message to the group. Please try
January 4th 14 03:03 PM
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Happy New Year! by [email protected]
I know some of you are on FB and involved in the chat they're having with rpca over there but also I know some of you aren't so before things get busy around here (Friends coming for the traditional party) I wanted to wish you all a very happy 2014! Lesley Slave of the Fabulous Furballs
January 1st 14 09:14 PM
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Miss Emily has an excellent memory by Mark Edwards
Miss Emily has an excellent memory. We have two tall bookshelves in the living room. Last week, she jumped to the top of the one with lots of stuff stacked on it. I picked her up and moved her to the one with very few things on top, and told her that bookshelf was better because it had more...
January 1st 14 09:04 PM
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Marty goes to the dentist by Jack Campin
Look at the size of that paw! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-25461525 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- e m a i l : j a c k @ c a m p i n . m e . u k Jack Campin, 11 Third Street, Newtongrange,...
December 31st 13 03:24 AM
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Persia Update: Dec. 2013 by jmcquown[_2_]
Just a note, Persia's doing fine. Her kidneys are in good shape so far. I'll have the vet out again in a couple of months. Persia is eating well, drinking lots of water (she always did like nice cold water) and her litterbox offerings are normal. She doesn't play like she used to, but then...
December 31st 13 02:33 AM
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BENGHAZI: The New York Times vs. the Truth by ПеаБраин
BENGHAZI: The New York Times vs. the Truth 12/29/13 "They never give up at the New York Times. If at first they dont succeed in twisting the truth to fit the Newspeak fit to print, its try, try again" just google the above for the truth on BENGHAZI
December 30th 13 10:27 AM
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The Ghost Cat by Jack Campin
The big winter storm that's led to a lot of chaos in England hasn't affected us much in eastern Scotland but it has been windy. And our kitchen door, with the cat flap, faces south-west where the wind's coming from. Result: every so often the flap blows open with a bang. Whereupon Marblecake...
December 30th 13 02:12 AM
by Jack Campin Go to last post
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Growly competition by Mark Edwards
Senyah tells me she had trouble sleeping last night, but mostly because she was laughing. I am one of those annoying people who can decide to go to sleep, and drop off immediately. Miss Emily was sharing my pillow. Senyah tells me that every time I would snore, Miss Emily would flatten her...
December 29th 13 09:05 PM
by Judith Latham Go to last post
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Royal baby watch! by MLB[_4_]
What is the latest news about the Royal Baby watch?We are sending our best wishes and purrs that all goes well. MLB
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December 29th 13 08:04 PM
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Halogen oven (OT) by Christina Websell
I got one a while ago and it's very useful. Last night when boyfie & I were watching the telly we heard a crash from the kitchen and now it's a gonner. I spent ages with the vacuum cleaner cleaning up from the smashed glass for Boyfie's paws. I stil don't know how it happened. I've ordered...
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December 29th 13 01:34 AM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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Boyfriend hates Christmas by Christina Websell
Because I go out at about 11 a.m on Christmas Day, return at 3.45 for his tea (very important) spend an hour or so with him, and go again until midnight. The following day, similar except I get home earlier. Having some turkey doesn't make up for it. He's glad when Christmas is over. TBH, so am...
December 28th 13 06:35 PM
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