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Old 03-18-13, 01:09 PM
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Originally Posted by aixaix View Post
The legendary Ferdinand with Steve Bilenky. 24 pounds of biker-lovin' feline.
Wow aix, what an armfull!
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Old 03-18-13, 01:18 PM
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Originally Posted by auchencrow View Post
Wow aix, what an armfull!
Looks like a Maine Coon cat......

My brother has one that is cleaning up at their barn.

Many nummy morsels including mice, rats and the occasional "what the heck is that thing" meal.
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Old 03-18-13, 01:23 PM
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No, but he plays guitar.
Always wanted an opposum...dress him in a little straw hat and teach him to play banjo....sigh.....I don't know how to play so I'm kinda at a loss.
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Old 03-18-13, 01:33 PM
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Can we stop stacking the soap boxes higher?
Cats aren't the problem....people are, like so many other problems this World has.

We've had posts of birds, reptiles, dogs, and cats...even some horses, among hundreds of threads about bikes. Don't like cats? Skip this thread.
There's a C&V Lunch thread....see something you wouldn't dream of eating? Do you post a "how can you eat that POC?" response? No.
Move on, nothing to see here but little kitties. (Except for Bilenky's! Wow!)
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Old 03-18-13, 01:38 PM
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Everybody loves a new TV. That is, as long as it comes in a cardboard box:

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Old 03-18-13, 01:40 PM
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Not mine, but definitely a cool cat

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Old 03-18-13, 01:44 PM
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We need an 'I hate people' thread.
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Old 03-18-13, 01:50 PM
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Old 03-18-13, 01:53 PM
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D9?

Given: A dozen Plus between just 2 friends , at their houses , so I dont have to ..

My Late Mother made a Needlepoint picture of the family cat , it hangs on the wall.
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Old 03-18-13, 02:18 PM
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Originally Posted by rhm View Post
We need an 'I hate people' thread.
Granted.
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Old 03-18-13, 02:19 PM
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Originally Posted by non-fixie View Post
Everybody loves a new TV. That is, as long as it comes in a cardboard box:
When you have cats, you don't need a TV.
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Some people just don't like cats. So it goes. But I don't think they need to tell us here. Look at another thread if this one bothers you.
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People think I hate cats, but I think they're great with a little orange sauce.

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Old 03-18-13, 02:40 PM
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Originally Posted by -holiday76 View Post
maybe you guys should join a vintage cat forum so you can add value.
At least this thread is not subtracting value. As is this comment above.
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rootboy, my view is that people are free to say they don't like cats. I can live with it. If they do so humorously, all the better.

I mean, hey, let's be honest. If your friends or roommates acted like cats or dogs, you might not keep them.

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"Me? I wasn't clawing at the couch. My claw isn't stuck in the couch... I'm... I'm... I'm holding it up because the fat blorby cat is crushing the arm. Yes. That's it. I'm holding up the couch. Not stuck here with my claw stuck in the couch. Holding it up. Yup."
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At least this thread is not subtracting value. As is this comment above.
at least what?

it's just all crap, you can't really differentiate. This cat thread is crap, my comment on your cat thread is crap. If my comment made you angry, that's one thing, but acting like my comment is any more of a detractor from talking about vintage bikes than this thread of nonsense, well that's just ridiculous.
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this is gus, looking through the bamboo in the back garden.



he's always hunting, but mostly only passively so. he sleeps primarily. he's a cat.



i was telling a friend at brunch yesterday, gus hadn't left me any little dead critter at my door in several months, then last night i see a cute little mouse sitting idle on the cement stair. the tiny rodent was missing its upper half -- no head. its fluffy fur looked really cute, even in that lifeless state next to the long ugly tail, bright red spot of blood, and grey gut organs exposed. i felt sad ... and humored at what i had said earlier in the day.

i used to be a dog person. now i like cats. i've always liked bikes.

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he thought going outside was a good idea
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Originally Posted by -holiday76 View Post
at least what?

it's just all crap, you can't really differentiate. This cat thread is crap, my comment on your cat thread is crap. If my comment made you angry, that's one thing, but acting like my comment is any more of a detractor from talking about vintage bikes than this thread of nonsense, well that's just ridiculous.
No, I'm not angry. This thread is a distraction from the vintage bike theme, but not a detractor, as would seem obvious from all the participation. I think that was the point.
If you think this is nonsense, er, crap...that's up to you. But it isn't to many others. There isn't any crap in this thread that threatens you. We're having a little off topic fun here.
So what?
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Originally Posted by -holiday76 View Post
at least what?

it's just all crap, you can't really differentiate. This cat thread is crap, my comment on your cat thread is crap. If my comment made you angry, that's one thing, but acting like my comment is any more of a detractor from talking about vintage bikes than this thread of nonsense, well that's just ridiculous.
I didn't realize that you were morally obligated to read it, care about it and comment on it. Think it's crap? Move on to the next, or offer a great thread. It's just a thread about pet cats off season, and a lot of us like cats. Not every thread requires a smart arse response.
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Our very well fed cat named Orbit.

Here's a pic before he started his daily weight lifting session with my oldest son.

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It's as close to a cat that I have right now, plus the biking cap fits!
Used to have cats when I was a kid, but my home is never big enough to own any pets as an adult.....

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