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2012-06-27 12:13:54 AM
Fark it, I'm a cat!
 
2012-06-27 01:11:38 AM
tl:dr
 
2012-06-27 02:35:43 AM
I've always liked lazy cats, despite not being a cat person. Much better than the ones who claw my testicles and then run away while I'm trying to sleep.

Be a cat. Just sit there and judge me. We'll get along fine.
 
2012-06-27 02:44:42 AM
i think it's nice that he feels safe enough there to just flop down on the road. he knows there aint nothin bad ever gonna happen to him there. good.
 
2012-06-27 04:31:42 AM
FTFA: The officer finally prizes Larry from the asphalt and plops him down outside the door to Number 10

Umm. i know the English have a way of saying things... but prizes?
Not pries?
 
2012-06-27 04:37:21 AM
I'm more shocked over the "armed" officer. Don't they have to call and have their guns driven out them? You know, after they're needed.
 
2012-06-27 04:57:22 AM

divx88: I'm more shocked over the "armed" officer. Don't they have to call and have their guns driven out them? You know, after they're needed.


Because guns are okay when they're protecting the government. The regular citizens can just throw shoes at the bad guy.
 
2012-06-27 04:58:13 AM

divx88: I'm more shocked over the "armed" officer. Don't they have to call and have their guns driven out them? You know, after they're needed.


Not on Downing Street. They may be dressed like regular policefolk, but they're normally Special Branch, and therefore always armed and have authority to shoot at anyone posing a sufficient enough threat to the security of No.10.
 
2012-06-27 05:28:35 AM

robohobo: divx88: I'm more shocked over the "armed" officer. Don't they have to call and have their guns driven out them? You know, after they're needed.

Because guns are okay when they're protecting the government. The regular citizens can just throw shoes at the bad guy.


No, in London they usually just stab everyone and let them bleed out slow.

Policemen without guns is just about the most stupid farking idea i've ever heard, personally.
 
2012-06-27 05:55:04 AM

Smoking GNU: robohobo: divx88: I'm more shocked over the "armed" officer. Don't they have to call and have their guns driven out them? You know, after they're needed.

Because guns are okay when they're protecting the government. The regular citizens can just throw shoes at the bad guy.

No, in London they usually just stab everyone and let them bleed out slow.

Policemen without guns is just about the most stupid farking idea i've ever heard, personally.


I dunno. My cursory google search seems to indicate that the UK has a pretty low violent crime rate. For what it's worth.
 
2012-06-27 06:02:46 AM

Smoking GNU: Policemen without guns is just about the most stupid farking idea i've ever heard, personally.



As a dumb American living in gun nut ville, you wouldn't understand.

hint - in the old days big city cops in the states didn't all have guns either
 
2012-06-27 06:31:22 AM
What, they didn't blow him up?
 
2012-06-27 07:46:25 AM
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Civil disobedience cat will not be moved!
 
2012-06-27 07:49:42 AM
I love the British news. A long scathing critical article about a lazy cat and accompanying paparazzi photos of said lazy cat.
 
2012-06-27 07:56:56 AM
'chillax'

for some inane reason annoys me. Conjures up visions of Jersey Shore and what not for some reason.
*shrug*
-2 would not buy from again
 
2012-06-27 07:57:50 AM

bazzanoid: They may be dressed like regular policefolk, but they're normally Special Branch,



What a special branch might look like

fc08.deviantart.net
 
2012-06-27 08:00:32 AM
Slow News Day?
/haz 2 cats
 
2012-06-27 09:05:31 AM

Nuclear Wessel: I love the British news. A long scathing critical article about a lazy cat and accompanying paparazzi photos of said lazy cat.


Daily Fail is a tabloid with delusions of value. If you want British news go with the BBC.
 
2012-06-27 11:16:08 AM
But since his arrival he appears to lack the killer instinct and instead of boasting an impressive kill ratio Larry has become better known for his sleeping.


i bet if they stopped pampering him and feed him less.. that would change quickly
 
2012-06-27 12:29:55 PM

kattana: But since his arrival he appears to lack the killer instinct and instead of boasting an impressive kill ratio Larry has become better known for his sleeping.

i bet if they stopped pampering him and feed him less.. that would change quickly


Not necessarily. I have noticed that, like most skills, good hunters seem to have a natural talent/instinct and their mothers are good hunters. The Mom brings live prey to the nest for her kittens to work with, cats that didn't have a hunting mother seem less able to "support themselves" as adults.

I love seeing cats like Larry lay around, it means that all is well.

/have several cats
//all indoor only
///except for the neighbor's cat who had decided he lives here -- lays around, lives to pester my dog, leaves me squirrel and rabbit halves, mice, frogs, snakes, moles...
 
2012-06-27 12:34:18 PM
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None shall pass!
 
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