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You know, I like dogs, but sometimes cats are more fun. I played with my cats with a laser light once. Funny thing about lasers is that they cannot be made into guns as easily as people depict on scifi movies. I like scif-fi movies. You know who else likes sci-fi movies? James Cameron. And James Cameron is a vegan. Although Hitler was not a vegan, he was a vegetarian. Hitler also commited war crimes and believed in cruel and unusual punishment.

We outlaw cruel and unusual punishment in the US. How does that make you feel?

(FULL DISCLAIMER: I consider this post a tribute to Deyre, in honor of all that he has given to this forum.)
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Is this what your post is about?

http://www.catbanter.com/showthread.php?t=11762
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HolyDrumstick wrote:

You know, I like dogs, but sometimes cats are more fun. I played with my cats with a laser light once. Funny thing about lasers is that they cannot be made into guns as easily as people depict on scifi movies. I like scif-fi movies. You know who else likes sci-fi movies? James Cameron. And James Cameron is a vegan. Although Hitler was not a vegan, he was a vegetarian. Hitler also commited war crimes and believed in cruel and unusual punishment.

We outlaw cruel and unusual punishment in the US. How does that make you feel?

(FULL DISCLAIMER: I consider this post a tribute to Deyre, in honor of all that he has given to this forum.)


Wow! I think that's less than 6 degrees of separation

And I could actually follow the connections. So as a tribute, you're just a knockoff



That's... disturbing.
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lorreen wrote:


HolyDrumstick wrote:

You know, I like dogs, but sometimes cats are more fun. I played with my cats with a laser light once. Funny thing about lasers is that they cannot be made into guns as easily as people depict on scifi movies. I like scif-fi movies. You know who else likes sci-fi movies? James Cameron. And James Cameron is a vegan. Although Hitler was not a vegan, he was a vegetarian. Hitler also commited war crimes and believed in cruel and unusual punishment.

We outlaw cruel and unusual punishment in the US. How does that make you feel?

(FULL DISCLAIMER: I consider this post a tribute to Deyre, in honor of all that he has given to this forum.)


And I could actually follow the connections. So as a tribute, you're just a knockoff


Well, that's just a cheap shot.
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HolyDrumstick wrote:

Well, that's just a cheap shot.


I was just kidding around. If you really took any other way, I apologize.

I was just saying, that you make sense, even when stringing together nonsense connections. That is all. I like it when people make sense.
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lorreen wrote:


HolyDrumstick wrote:

Well, that's just a cheap shot.


I was just kidding around. If you really took any other way, I apologize.

I was just saying, that you make sense, even when stringing together nonsense connections. That is all. I like it when people make sense.


Nah, I was joking. Play on words/pun. Cheap = knockoff.
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Hmm, I feel your stream of consciousness has too much consciousness, and not enough stream - what I believe the British are referring to when they say you're, "Taking the piss."
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I'm so confused right now.

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Hmm, I feel your stream of consciousness has too much consciousness, and not enough stream - what I believe the British are referring to when they say you're, "Taking the piss."





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I'm so confused right now.



That's the point, really.

This was a tribute, after all.
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HolyDrumstick wrote:
That's the point, really.

This was a tribute, after all.


Um....hmm...still not catching on, but let's just pretend I do.



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HolyDrumstick wrote:
That's the point, really.

This was a tribute, after all.


Um....hmm...still not catching on, but let's just pretend I do.





Just go browse Deyre's posts.

If that doesn't clarify MY post, then maybe you could clarify some of his for me.
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Cruel and unusual punishment causes alot of protestors. Protestors make signs and wave them around all day. All that exercise causes sweaty armpits, which spikes the sales of antiperspirant. Those sales go through Mexico to China, fueling the globalist bankers. Since those bankers secretly fund feminists, the hens are bound to come home to roost. But having hens without a rooster is unnatural, doesn't that constitute cruel and unusual punishment?

Am I doing it right?
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Isn't this trolling? Not going to close it?
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Isn't this trolling? Not going to close it?


Not that wouldn't understand why it could be closed, but it isn't trolling any more than Deyre's posts are trolling.

I literally posted something I'd like to discuss in a fashion similar to Deyre's, as a tribute.

I mean, they can close it if they want....
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