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uncouth individual I'm fabulous
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ukimalefu wrote: uncouth individual I'm fabulous

Barbara, please
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Are you sure it’s not purring loudly?
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juice wrote: Are you sure it’s not purring loudly?


are you sure it's not powering the machine?

cat power could be the future of sustainable energy
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ukimalefu wrote:
juice wrote: Are you sure it’s not purring loudly?


are you sure it's not powering the machine?

cat power could be the future of sustainable energy

well if the dam internets ran on cat power we would all purr along at high speed.

then again cats are fickle... human waste gunna drop out just as the good part is streaming in.

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macnuke wrote:
ukimalefu wrote:
juice wrote: Are you sure it’s not purring loudly?


are you sure it's not powering the machine?

cat power could be the future of sustainable energy

well if the dam internets ran on cat power we would all purr along at high speed.

then again cats are fickle... human waste gunna drop out just as the good part is streaming in.


Cat's aren't fickle. That implies they ever cared in the first place.

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TOS wrote: Image
Wait.

Am I in trouble here?
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obvs wrote:
TOS wrote: Image
Wait.

Am I in trouble here?


Did anybody catch you?

edit: cutie?
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I dislike the stupid June pride month, all the effort and resources used to throw a giant party, if only that much effort and resources went into October history month.
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Aaron_R wrote: I dislike the stupid June pride month, all the effort and resources used to throw a giant party, if only that much effort and resources went into October history month.


October History Month? Like, Gay History? Sir Isaac Newton and whatnot?

*Google's*

human waste. Didn't know that was a thing. Awesome.

Although I suppose that kinda proves your point.
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I'm sorry, but that's NSFW.
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this whole site is blocked from my job

why i never post during the day anymore
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You guys get to web-surf at work? I have to work. :squint:
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user wrote: this whole site is blocked from my job

why i never post during the day anymore
https://107.21.250.143/?
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I keep it pretty chill but I have short downtimes waiting for large files to process over our network, often over the WAN.

I'm not sure how it's blocked, the message refers to forums and professional forums have been blocked also. I'm not interested in challenging it so I just check on the news sites.
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Man gets tattoo "in solidarity with" his rescue dog, gets an explanation afterward:

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In 2010 Chris Mendiola adopted Bear. He noticed that Bear has a tattoo and he thought that it was outrageous that at sometime some idiot had tattooed Bear, so last year he got the same tattoo on his arm "in solidarity".

After posting the above pics on his Facebook page, he was then told that veterinarians will tattoo dogs which had been spayed or neutered with this symbol so that future vets won't unnecessarily repeat the procedure.

He later claimed that HE knew this, but others have pointed out that this would contradict his previous explanation.
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DEyncourt wrote: In 2010 Chris Mendiola adopted Bear. He noticed that Bear has a tattoo and he thought that it was outrageous that at sometime some idiot had tattooed Bear, so last year he got the same tattoo on his arm "in solidarity".

After posting the above pics on his Facebook page, he was then told that veterinarians will tattoo dogs which had been spayed or neutered with this symbol so that future vets won't unnecessarily repeat the procedure.

He later claimed that HE knew this, but others have pointed out that this would contradict his previous explanation.

heh. so now he has a tat that states he's been neutered.
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my dog's been spayed; she doesn't have a tattoo
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DukeofNuke wrote: my dog's been spayed; she doesn't have a tattoo

Well, perhaps my description was inadequate and I should have written "some veterinarians".

But there is also the difference of the dogs involved. Your vet may have recognized that you are a responsible owner who will keep your dog for HER life, AND would tell a new/different vet that she had been spayed if that new vet asked about doing that.

The dog in that story wasn't as fortunate (well, except with his current owner).
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Well,that was a boy dog. should be easy to tell ...
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DukeofNuke wrote: Well,that was a boy dog. should be easy to tell ...


You know, I've actually had the following conversation with my housemate:

Me: Of course the kitten's a boy look at his testicles.
Her: I don't see anything there. I don't know what you're talking about. She's got delicate bone structure, I think it's a girl.
Me: stick fiddling testicles?
Her: God, you and your penis infatuation. Ask the vet.

...


Vet: Did you not see these giant goddamn testicles?


So she's basically blind to specifically that thing, like the plot of a bad movie.

That woman won't eat a banana in public but I'm the one with penis issues?
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dv wrote:
Her: God, you and your penis infatuation. Ask the vet.

...


Vet: Did you not see these giant goddamn testicles?

So she's basically blind to specifically that thing, like the plot of a bad movie.

That woman won't eat a banana in public but I'm the one with penis issues?

It is obvious from the statement. You have afetish for penises. And balls.

How could you be so insensitive? :lol: ;)
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Incidentally, I cooked a pumpkin pie yesterday and instead of grabbing a can, got a carton of heavy cream and made actual whipped topping. It was pretty wow. I did not remember it being that good.
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dv wrote: Incidentally, I cooked a pumpkin pie yesterday and instead of grabbing a can, got a carton of heavy cream and made actual whipped topping. It was pretty wow. I did not remember it being that good.


Because the canned stuff is that bad.
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I only use proper cream. I keep a clean bowl and the mixing beaters in the freezer so I can mix up some quick. It's a nice treat for those of us who restrict our carbs.
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dv wrote: Incidentally, I cooked a pumpkin pie yesterday and instead of grabbing a can, got a carton of heavy cream and made actual whipped topping. It was pretty wow. I did not remember it being that good.
Do you have a stand mixer?
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obvs wrote:
dv wrote: Incidentally, I cooked a pumpkin pie yesterday and instead of grabbing a can, got a carton of heavy cream and made actual whipped topping. It was pretty wow. I did not remember it being that good.
Do you have a stand mixer?


No, just a hand one.

But in all honesty, the reason I don't have one yet is because I'm anticipating inheriting one sooner rather than later.
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I bought a stand mixer around Christmas, and I kept it for ~6 months before using it. Since I started using it, though, I've been using it at least 1-2 times per week. It makes things so much easier.
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obvs wrote: I bought a stand mixer around Christmas, and I kept it for ~6 months before using it. Since I started using it, though, I've been using it at least 1-2 times per week. It makes things so much easier.



The last mixer I used looked something like this...

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