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2013-03-08 12:57:22 AM
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2013-03-08 01:26:56 AM
Wow. One of my daughters had various rodent pets at one time or another. Her boyfriend often joked about doing cruel things like cooking them, guinea pigs at the time. But everyone knew he was just joking now I wonder.

/me daughter used to let them roam free in her back yard
//a few times she brought back in fewer guinea pigs then she had let out
///it wasn't until after they had all "disappeared" that I found out about it
//I mentioned neighborhood cats and carnivorous birds
/she's not really an idiot, she just doesn't think things through sometimes.
 
2013-03-08 01:50:56 AM
Well, that's just wrong

/Hamsters should be braised over low heat in a white wine/vegetable broth for at least an hour
//they're pretty stringy otherwise
 
2013-03-08 02:59:54 AM
Some people need to DIAF.
 
2013-03-08 03:21:48 AM
That's just farking nasty...

CSB: my best friend came back to his dorm a day early and his roommate was beating out a storm to "Parent Trap". :o
 
2013-03-08 03:24:52 AM
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2013-03-08 03:25:06 AM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Well, that's just wrong

/Hamsters should be braised over low heat in a white wine/vegetable broth for at least an hour
//they're pretty stringy otherwise


NONSENSE!  Gutted and placed 2 inches above a hot flame.  The fur will singe off nicely.
 
2013-03-08 03:25:26 AM
I don't see what the difference between this and boiling a live lobster is.  Pretty sure that is torture, delicious torture...
 
2013-03-08 03:25:36 AM
It's just not worth it there is barely any meat on the thing. Now Guinea Pig that is the money rodent.

/Never tried either of them.
//Not Peruvian
 
2013-03-08 03:26:09 AM
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2013-03-08 03:27:50 AM
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2013-03-08 03:27:50 AM
One of my roomies blew himself up. He didn't believe that vodak would burn.

/That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.
 
2013-03-08 03:37:59 AM
There are people who get drunk, and they fall. While it is true that a lot of people temporarily lose their mind while drunk, getting drunk has some health benefits as well.

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2013-03-08 03:38:46 AM
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Similar anatomy, should be able to fire roast 'em like a squirrel.

/The only reason the homeless are hungry is soup kitchens deter urban hunting.
 
2013-03-08 03:40:55 AM

AgentKGB: That's just farking nasty...

CSB: my best friend came back to his dorm a day early and his roommate was beating out a storm to "Parent Trap". :o


usually a story like that has some basis to the story teller.
 
2013-03-08 03:48:04 AM
CSB - in my junior year of High School I was an exchange student to Peru. Lived with a German family that moved there after WWII. The father had been a POW of the Americans.
Anyway, the school was taught in Spanish, but some classes were in German. I wasn't doing well in the German classes. My host brother, Walter, just wanted to "play sport!"
His Mom decided to send us to her brothers ranch - by horseback. Took us three days to get there, along the way I was introduced to Peruvian brandy "Pisco" and a local treat, "Cuy".
You might call Cuy "Guinea Pig", we two starving teenagers called them delicious!
 
2013-03-08 03:59:09 AM
Since this would have caused me to saute them would not have been a problem

/Bad Roommates deserve bad reactions
 
2013-03-08 04:04:58 AM

Philbb: Wow. One of my daughters had various rodent pets at one time or another. Her boyfriend often joked about doing cruel things like cooking them, guinea pigs at the time. But everyone knew he was just joking now I wonder.

/me daughter used to let them roam free in her back yard
//a few times she brought back in fewer guinea pigs then she had let out
///it wasn't until after they had all "disappeared" that I found out about it
//I mentioned neighborhood cats and carnivorous birds
/she's not really an idiot, she just doesn't think things through sometimes.


You sound like the kind of inlaw everyone dreads.
 
2013-03-08 04:09:26 AM

Public Savant: Philbb: Wow. One of my daughters had various rodent pets at one time or another. Her boyfriend often joked about doing cruel things like cooking them, guinea pigs at the time. But everyone knew he was just joking now I wonder.

/me daughter used to let them roam free in her back yard
//a few times she brought back in fewer guinea pigs then she had let out
///it wasn't until after they had all "disappeared" that I found out about it
//I mentioned neighborhood cats and carnivorous birds
/she's not really an idiot, she just doesn't think things through sometimes.

You sound like the kind of inlaw everyone dreads.


Or a breeder that breed the stupid

/Much more likely
//Hope Darwin takes care of your line, seem likely
 
2013-03-08 04:10:59 AM
 
2013-03-08 04:14:25 AM
I have no idea what you're talking about so here's an actual hamster frying in a skillet.
 
2013-03-08 04:20:22 AM
Had to deal with my cat "playing" with a mouse at 4 am and also later in the day because he does not understand the difference between living creature and toy

anyone that fries you pet hamster does not deserve to be with other people ever
Psychopaths are, but should not be allowed.
 
2013-03-08 04:28:47 AM
If it was a *PET*, he would be an ex-roomie. He moved out suddenly one day, didn't leave a forwarding address. Dunno what you're talking about, cell phone ping in the woods whatnow?
 
2013-03-08 04:30:03 AM

albatros183: Had to deal with my cat "playing" with a mouse at 4 am and also later in the day because he does not understand the difference between living creature and toy


The only difference to a cat is that you can't eat a toy.
 
2013-03-08 04:30:27 AM
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Blackadder:      What's on the menu?
Baldrick:       Rat. Saute or fricassee.
Blackadder:     Oh, the agony of choice. Saute  involves...?
Baldrick:       Well, you take the freshly shaved rat, and you marinade it  in a puddle for a while.
Blackadder:     Hmm, for how long?
Baldrick:       Until it's drowned. Then you stretch it out under a hotlight bulb, then you get within dashing distance of thelatrine, and then you scoff it right down.
Blackadder:     So that's sauteing, and fricasseeing?
Baldrick:       Exactly the same, just a slightly bigger rat.
 
2013-03-08 04:43:53 AM

Draq: albatros183: Had to deal with my cat "playing" with a mouse at 4 am and also later in the day because he does not understand the difference between living creature and toy

The only difference to a cat is that you can't eat a toy.


Thats the problem, he doesn't want to eat, just play to death then gets board, unless it escapes...
/Repeat, love him but has trouble with anything I would consider moral
 
2013-03-08 04:47:02 AM

Public Savant: Philbb: Wow. One of my daughters had various rodent pets at one time or another. Her boyfriend often joked about doing cruel things like cooking them, guinea pigs at the time. But everyone knew he was just joking now I wonder.

/me daughter used to let them roam free in her back yard
//a few times she brought back in fewer guinea pigs then she had let out
///it wasn't until after they had all "disappeared" that I found out about it
//I mentioned neighborhood cats and carnivorous birds
/she's not really an idiot, she just doesn't think things through sometimes.

You sound like the kind of inlaw everyone dreads.


I have no idea what you mean by that. The first time I realized that something was amiss was when we - my kids and I - moved after being in one place for many years. A couple of years after we moved I discovered that my daughter had wrapped several of her rodent pets who had died in tissue paper and kept them, She then decided to bring their mummified remains with her to the new house. It was a couple of years after we had moved that I had discovered that she still had the "mummified" remains of a few of her mice pets up in her closet in the habitat that they had expired in.

I managed to convince her that they would best be honored by a very real burial, complete with a funeral service. A few years later she had graduated and gone on about her "adult" business. The guinea pig  massacre happened a few years after that.
 
2013-03-08 04:51:34 AM
Let the punishment fit the crime. They make some big frying pans.
 
2013-03-08 04:51:41 AM

albatros183: Public Savant: Philbb: Wow. One of my daughters had various rodent pets at one time or another. Her boyfriend often joked about doing cruel things like cooking them, guinea pigs at the time. But everyone knew he was just joking now I wonder.

/me daughter used to let them roam free in her back yard
//a few times she brought back in fewer guinea pigs then she had let out
///it wasn't until after they had all "disappeared" that I found out about it
//I mentioned neighborhood cats and carnivorous birds
/she's not really an idiot, she just doesn't think things through sometimes.

You sound like the kind of inlaw everyone dreads.

Or a breeder that breed the stupid

/Much more likely
//Hope Darwin takes care of your line, seem likely


I'm not sure if Darwin just passed us up but, I have 10 grandchildren and one great grandchild at this time. And. we are expecting an eleventh grandchild over the next seven to eight months.

Yeah I am a breeder, but I have a success rate that is greater than 55%.
 
2013-03-08 04:54:54 AM

albatros183: Draq: albatros183: Had to deal with my cat "playing" with a mouse at 4 am and also later in the day because he does not understand the difference between living creature and toy

The only difference to a cat is that you can't eat a toy.

Thats the problem, he doesn't want to eat, just play to death then gets board, unless it escapes...
/Repeat, love him but has trouble with anything I would consider moral


Uhm. Cats don't understand 'morals'. I believe animals do experience a limited range of emotions (I can tell when both of my cats are pissed off, for example), but I think you're assigning far too much capability for reasoning to them. Even if they could, they don't care. They're mostly vicious killers unless you get a dud like my sister's cat; that one wouldn't go near mice most of the time because she didn't care to. She was still vicious (worse than mined by far in fact), just to people, not rodents.

Show me a pacifist cat and I'll show you a British children's book about it.
 
2013-03-08 05:01:29 AM

hughcs: CSB - in my junior year of High School I was an exchange student to Peru. Lived with a German family that moved there after WWII. The father had been a POW of the Americans.
Anyway, the school was taught in Spanish, but some classes were in German. I wasn't doing well in the German classes. My host brother, Walter, just wanted to "play sport!"
His Mom decided to send us to her brothers ranch - by horseback. Took us three days to get there, along the way I was introduced to Peruvian brandy "Pisco" and a local treat, "Cuy".
You might call Cuy "Guinea Pig", we two starving teenagers called them delicious!


Pisco is not a brandy.  Cuy is the world's largest rodent, and isn't delicious.
 
2013-03-08 05:01:44 AM
That dude has crazy eyes.  (Is there an app for that yet?)

Mate of mine painted with his own blood.  Thankfully he wasn't good or he'd be dead by now.  ARE YOU DEAD JIM?
 
2013-03-08 05:09:40 AM

hughcs: CSB - in my junior year of High School I was an exchange student to Peru. Lived with a German family that moved there after WWII. The father had been a POW of the Americans.
Anyway, the school was taught in Spanish, but some classes were in German. I wasn't doing well in the German classes. My host brother, Walter, just wanted to "play sport!"
His Mom decided to send us to her brothers ranch - by horseback. Took us three days to get there, along the way I was introduced to Peruvian brandy "Pisco" and a local treat, "Cuy".
You might call Cuy "Guinea Pig", we two starving teenagers called them delicious!


That is quite a string of disparate facts you've strung together there.
 
2013-03-08 05:11:56 AM

MNguy: hughcs: CSB - in my junior year of High School I was an exchange student to Peru. Lived with a German family that moved there after WWII. The father had been a POW of the Americans.
Anyway, the school was taught in Spanish, but some classes were in German. I wasn't doing well in the German classes. My host brother, Walter, just wanted to "play sport!"
His Mom decided to send us to her brothers ranch - by horseback. Took us three days to get there, along the way I was introduced to Peruvian brandy "Pisco" and a local treat, "Cuy".
You might call Cuy "Guinea Pig", we two starving teenagers called them delicious!

Pisco is not a brandy.  Cuy is the world's largest rodent, and isn't delicious.


But guinea pig and other small mammal types (eg. rabbits) are called either khowi/qhowi (I can't remember if it's a velar or uvular consonant) in Cusco (basically peruvian) Quechua, if memory serves.
 
2013-03-08 05:16:25 AM
Richard Gere unconsolable
 
2013-03-08 05:30:00 AM
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2013-03-08 05:34:25 AM
If someone skillet fried one of my pets Im pretty sure Id end up having to feed them to a good friends pet piggies.
 
2013-03-08 05:44:16 AM
Were there any veggies in the pan?

You should really eat your veggies.
 
2013-03-08 05:55:44 AM
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/Justice was swift
 
2013-03-08 06:01:58 AM
Enjoy your adult life out of school... when every future would-be employer Googles your name, Mr. White.
 
2013-03-08 06:17:35 AM

Philbb: Public Savant: Philbb: Wow. One of my daughters had various rodent pets at one time or another. Her boyfriend often joked about doing cruel things like cooking them, guinea pigs at the time. But everyone knew he was just joking now I wonder.

/me daughter used to let them roam free in her back yard
//a few times she brought back in fewer guinea pigs then she had let out
///it wasn't until after they had all "disappeared" that I found out about it
//I mentioned neighborhood cats and carnivorous birds
/she's not really an idiot, she just doesn't think things through sometimes.

You sound like the kind of inlaw everyone dreads.

I have no idea what you mean by that. The first time I realized that something was amiss was when we - my kids and I - moved after being in one place for many years. A couple of years after we moved I discovered that my daughter had wrapped several of her rodent pets who had died in tissue paper and kept them, She then decided to bring their mummified remains with her to the new house. It was a couple of years after we had moved that I had discovered that she still had the "mummified" remains of a few of her mice pets up in her closet in the habitat that they had expired in.

I managed to convince her that they would best be honored by a very real burial, complete with a funeral service. A few years later she had graduated and gone on about her "adult" business. The guinea pig  massacre happened a few years after that.


It won't be long before she moves on to people :/
 
2013-03-08 07:36:03 AM

albatros183: Public Savant: Philbb: Wow. One of my daughters had various rodent pets at one time or another. Her boyfriend often joked about doing cruel things like cooking them, guinea pigs at the time. But everyone knew he was just joking now I wonder.

/me daughter used to let them roam free in her back yard
//a few times she brought back in fewer guinea pigs then she had let out
///it wasn't until after they had all "disappeared" that I found out about it
//I mentioned neighborhood cats and carnivorous birds
/she's not really an idiot, she just doesn't think things through sometimes.

You sound like the kind of inlaw everyone dreads.

Or a breeder that breed the stupid

/Much more likely
//Hope Darwin takes care of your line, seem likely


Wow. That's harsh. So let me point out your grammar error. I think you meant to use the word breeds. It helps to not look stupid when you call others stupid.
 
2013-03-08 07:40:30 AM

albatros183: Had to deal with my cat "playing" with a mouse at 4 am and also later in the day because he does not understand the difference between living creature and toy


Well, cats are among the biggest jerks out there. They'll play with their prey for hours before finally killing it, even when the prey is still alive but suffering. They're basically the Jeffery Dahmers of domesticated pets.

I can't think of another animal (though I'm sure they exist) that actually tortures its prey and considers it amusing. A dog will just maul the sh*t out whatever it wants to eat, and either eat it or bring it home as a 'gift.' I don't think large cats toy with prey either. But housecats? Total dicks.
 
2013-03-08 07:48:20 AM

dickfreckle: albatros183: Had to deal with my cat "playing" with a mouse at 4 am and also later in the day because he does not understand the difference between living creature and toy

Well, cats are among the biggest jerks out there. They'll play with their prey for hours before finally killing it, even when the prey is still alive but suffering. They're basically the Jeffery Dahmers of domesticated pets.

I can't think of another animal (though I'm sure they exist) that actually tortures its prey and considers it amusing. A dog will just maul the sh*t out whatever it wants to eat, and either eat it or bring it home as a 'gift.' I don't think large cats toy with prey either. But housecats? Total dicks.


Dolphins and killer whales will torture their prey, including even advanced psychological mind games such as almost-but-not-quite knocking the seal off its ice floe.

Or of course the old 'seal football' favorite:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0qMT2YBIcg
 
2013-03-08 07:54:43 AM

dickfreckle: I can't think of another animal (though I'm sure they exist) that actually tortures its prey and considers it amusing. A dog will just maul the sh*t out whatever it wants to eat, and either eat it or bring it home as a 'gift.' I don't think large cats toy with prey either. But housecats? Total dicks.


I remember one of the outdoor cats playing with something at the farm, and as I got closer I saw it was a little mole.  I walked over, intending on putting it out of its misery, and the cat picked it up, looked me in the eye, and bit the poor little thing in half at the waist.  Now, I don't know if she was trying to share with me, but watching this mole's top half try to claw its way across the ground was pretty horrifying.  It's part of what taught me that animals shouldn't be anthropomorphized.

I think I remember something about killer whales playing with other animals and then killing them for no reason, too.
 
2013-03-08 08:13:35 AM
I call Bullshiat.

The answer on this should not have been 1000 quid in court costs and probation.
It should have been the cost of substitution of a functional equivalent.

The court couldn't give two shiats about suffering.  If they did, the Queen would be under the Tower of London at their hand.
 
2013-03-08 08:20:41 AM

dickfreckle: Well, cats are among the biggest jerks out there. They'll play with their prey for hours before finally killing it, even when the prey is still alive but suffering. They're basically the Jeffery Dahmers of domesticated pets.


There was a recent story on NPR that pretty much linked domesticated cats that are allowed out doors to the decimation of many bird and rodent species. Not only are they sadistic, they are on a mass murder scale.

We know what we must do.
 
2013-03-08 08:28:56 AM
If you thought that your college roommate was miserable to live with, just be glad that he or she didn't saute your pet hamster in a frying pan while drunk

He should have at least waited for the poor thing to sober up.
 
2013-03-08 08:42:54 AM
Approves

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Yes..I know it was supposed to be a gerbil, but a rodent is a rodent
 
2013-03-08 08:54:32 AM
4 hamsters
6 large potatoes
1 1/2 cups ground roasted peanuts
2 yellow peppers
14 cloves of crushed garlic
1 cup plain flour
cumin (to taste)
salt and pepper
chilli paste (2 table spoons)
olive oil
rosemary (3 or 4 sprigs)

Combine most of the garlic, pepper, salt, flour and cumin, rub over the hamster. Leave it to marinate for 4 hours or more. Fry hamster in a cast iron skillet over a moderate heat until it is an even brown. Decrease heat and cover until meat is falling off the bone.
Fry potatoes in wedges with salt and rosemary.
In a separate pan, cook peppers until soft, add chilli paste, remaining garlic cloves. Mix peanuts with some olive oil (to make a rough paste) and add to pan.
Place hamster meat on a bed of potatoes and dress with pepper sauce.
 
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