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Old June 14th 04, 12:39 AM
J. Marz
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Jon C wrote;

My cats try to get mine on the ceiling. They move around, almost like
bugs.. so of course the cats want them :P


"Mary" wrote in message
. com...
I realize that this says something about my housekeeping, but I catch her

at
this in my office all the time. I recall reading that spiderwebs were used
in healing by Native Americans at some point. I've never had a cat that

does
this, anyone else?




Pathetic! Answering your own post with your sock puppet! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

CLEAN YOUR TRAILER MARY! ITS NASTY!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA!!
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Old June 14th 04, 01:06 AM
Jon C
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"J. Marz" wrote in message
om...
Jon C wrote;

My cats try to get mine on the ceiling. They move around, almost like
bugs.. so of course the cats want them :P


"Mary" wrote in message
. com...
I realize that this says something about my housekeeping, but I catch

her
at
this in my office all the time. I recall reading that spiderwebs were

used
in healing by Native Americans at some point. I've never had a cat

that
does
this, anyone else?




Pathetic! Answering your own post with your sock puppet!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

CLEAN YOUR TRAILER MARY! ITS NASTY!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA!!


Pardon?


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Old June 14th 04, 01:06 AM
Jon C
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"J. Marz" wrote in message
om...
Jon C wrote;

My cats try to get mine on the ceiling. They move around, almost like
bugs.. so of course the cats want them :P


"Mary" wrote in message
. com...
I realize that this says something about my housekeeping, but I catch

her
at
this in my office all the time. I recall reading that spiderwebs were

used
in healing by Native Americans at some point. I've never had a cat

that
does
this, anyone else?




Pathetic! Answering your own post with your sock puppet!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

CLEAN YOUR TRAILER MARY! ITS NASTY!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA!!


Pardon?


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Old June 14th 04, 01:06 AM
Jon C
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"J. Marz" wrote in message
om...
Jon C wrote;

My cats try to get mine on the ceiling. They move around, almost like
bugs.. so of course the cats want them :P


"Mary" wrote in message
. com...
I realize that this says something about my housekeeping, but I catch

her
at
this in my office all the time. I recall reading that spiderwebs were

used
in healing by Native Americans at some point. I've never had a cat

that
does
this, anyone else?




Pathetic! Answering your own post with your sock puppet!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

CLEAN YOUR TRAILER MARY! ITS NASTY!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA!!


Pardon?


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Old June 14th 04, 01:33 AM
Jon C
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Just FYI:

http://groups.google.com/groups?q=%2...sa=N&scoring=d

http://tinyurl.com/3bp9b

Don't you feel silly now?


"J. Marz" wrote in message
om...
Jon C wrote;

My cats try to get mine on the ceiling. They move around, almost like
bugs.. so of course the cats want them :P


"Mary" wrote in message
. com...
I realize that this says something about my housekeeping, but I catch

her
at
this in my office all the time. I recall reading that spiderwebs were

used
in healing by Native Americans at some point. I've never had a cat

that
does
this, anyone else?




Pathetic! Answering your own post with your sock puppet!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

CLEAN YOUR TRAILER MARY! ITS NASTY!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA!!



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Old June 14th 04, 01:33 AM
Jon C
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Just FYI:

http://groups.google.com/groups?q=%2...sa=N&scoring=d

http://tinyurl.com/3bp9b

Don't you feel silly now?


"J. Marz" wrote in message
om...
Jon C wrote;

My cats try to get mine on the ceiling. They move around, almost like
bugs.. so of course the cats want them :P


"Mary" wrote in message
. com...
I realize that this says something about my housekeeping, but I catch

her
at
this in my office all the time. I recall reading that spiderwebs were

used
in healing by Native Americans at some point. I've never had a cat

that
does
this, anyone else?




Pathetic! Answering your own post with your sock puppet!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

CLEAN YOUR TRAILER MARY! ITS NASTY!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA!!



  #7  
Old June 14th 04, 01:33 AM
Jon C
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Default

Just FYI:

http://groups.google.com/groups?q=%2...sa=N&scoring=d

http://tinyurl.com/3bp9b

Don't you feel silly now?


"J. Marz" wrote in message
om...
Jon C wrote;

My cats try to get mine on the ceiling. They move around, almost like
bugs.. so of course the cats want them :P


"Mary" wrote in message
. com...
I realize that this says something about my housekeeping, but I catch

her
at
this in my office all the time. I recall reading that spiderwebs were

used
in healing by Native Americans at some point. I've never had a cat

that
does
this, anyone else?




Pathetic! Answering your own post with your sock puppet!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

CLEAN YOUR TRAILER MARY! ITS NASTY!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA!!



 




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