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(BBC)   Runt of the (kitty) litter Wadsworth celebrates his 27th birthday doing what a cat should on this, his 1,404th Caturday: "He's like a little old man really, he gets up, goes out, comes in, has his food and then goes back to sleep"   (bbc.co.uk) divider line 1310
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2013-03-15 09:41:37 PM

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I am so glad you got that one!! Laughed MAO! POTATO!!!! :D
 
2013-03-15 09:43:04 PM
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2013-03-15 09:43:05 PM
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2013-03-15 09:46:57 PM

SnarfVader: xanadian:

That cat looks like he is up to no good. Kind of reminds me of my old kitty.

He gets that way when the dog is near. He loves to mess with the dog, since the dog is afraid of him.


My cat loved to get wild whenever I got within 20' of her.  She'd be on the back of the chair, perfectly calm.  But then she'd see me coming, and LOOK OUT.

It was her way of playing.  SHe definitely did NOT hate  me.  She'd follow me almost everywhere, especially when I went outside and took a walk in the woods.  What an awesome cat.

I miss her.  :(
 
2013-03-15 09:48:10 PM
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2013-03-15 09:48:55 PM

yobbery: [www.smugmug.com image 300x225]


OMG!! It amazes me how you guys do that!!! Clappy-clappy!!
 
2013-03-15 09:50:59 PM

Alpo 3000: We come from the land of the meows and purrs


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2013-03-15 09:51:58 PM
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Aaaand, I'm outta here for now. See y'uns in the morning!!! :D
 
2013-03-15 09:52:16 PM

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I don't get it. A little help?
 
2013-03-15 09:54:08 PM
STAY TOGETHER CHEEKS  STAY TOGETHER CHEEKS  STAY TOGETHER CHEEKS  STAY TOGETHER CHEEKS   STAY TOGETHER CHEEKS
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2013-03-15 09:55:35 PM

sherpa18: Alpo 3000: We come from the land of the meows and purrs

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Okay...had to stop for that one!!! APPROVE!!!!! :D
 
2013-03-15 09:56:11 PM

John Buck 41: lilyspad: [i.imgur.com image 640x448]

I don't get it. A little help?


Turn the answer paper over...... :D
 
2013-03-15 09:57:24 PM
Happy belated birthday to Mrs B4 and welcome to Papaya!

John Buck 41: syzygy whizz: John Buck 41: syzygy whizz: Simba and D'Artagnan (I'd have to back to find the date; why does Easter bounce all over the calendar, anyway?)

I do know the answer to this one!  Easter falls on the first Sunday after the first full moon of Spring.
Since the moon is full after a week after...lessee...the 20th this month, you can figure we'll have an early Bunny-and-Egg Day.

Thank you for the kind thoughts, everybody.

I guess my question was rhetorical; I knew why, I just have never understood the rationale behind it.


The Judaic calendar is Lunar, and it is my understanding that since in Christian lore the Last Supper was surmised to be a Passover Seder, they do the math and come up with Good Friday and Easter Sunday based on the Passover dates in the Judaic calendar. I think this is also why in Norway they don't call it "Easter", but "påske".

Some day I'll get to telling you how my cousins never knew the joy of the påskeharen (Easter Bunny), but since it is an officially Christian country (Lutheran, to be exact), they get påske feria (Easter holiday) for five days during the week, take off on a hyettetur (going to a small, rustic family cabin with no modern conveniences like electricity or flush plumbing), go skiing and enjoy påskekrim (crime novels - don't ask me, man, I was the first American in my family and am therefore the LEAST weird of the lot) and cook up a påskekylling (chicken dinner, which for some reason is traditional for Easter).

I like the US version better, Easter Weasels and all.
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/ok, it's a ferret, but it's an EASTER ferret!
 
2013-03-15 09:58:23 PM

John Buck 41: lilyspad: [i.imgur.com image 640x448]

I don't get it. A little help?


1981 upside down = 1861
 
2013-03-15 10:04:39 PM
Any observant human that realizes cats (and many animals) are sentient beings with emotions. As such, we celebrate cat (and pet) life nearly as much as we celebrate human life. Why?

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(And I remember we were outside that castle and I took a walk in this beautiful moat and I just kept saying to my dad saying, "I'm gonna right this wrong.") [.gif too big]

(And in my mind, I feel that when I killed that six fingered man, I killed the cancer that killed my father.) [.gif too big]


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HELLO! My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die!

/I just thought that was awesome.

So if we had our druthers, our pets would live forever.

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I have a class that suggests the biophilia hypothesis (the urge to affiliate with other forms of life) is the cause of this. Since kitties are a little slice of the wild, I think they fit the mold quite well.

I don't care exactly why I guess, I just think that Caturday is a good representation of something primal and good within us.

It tames our inner beast as well. So fear not, weary traveler! You are among friends.

Brief tangent, my apologies. OK back to LOL cats.
 
2013-03-15 10:04:52 PM
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2013-03-15 10:05:18 PM
Real Women Drink Akvavit:
Some day I'll get to telling you how my cousins never knew the joy of the påskeharen (Easter Bunny), but since it is an officially Christian country (Lutheran, to be exact), they get påske feria (Easter holiday) for five days during the week, take off on a hyettetur (going to a small, rustic family cabin with no modern conveniences like electricity or flush plumbing), go skiing and enjoy påskekrim (crime novels - don't ask me, man, I was the first American in my family and am therefore the LEAST weird of the lot) and cook up a påskekylling (chicken dinner, which for some reason is traditional for Easter).

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2013-03-15 10:10:55 PM

gremlin1: lilyspad: gremlin1: [grmmmie.smugmug.com image 319x300]

Gremlin1, I know I've said this before, but I just LOVE you posts!!!  They make me laugh!  :D

Thank you. I love digging up the funnies, at least what I think is funny.
I didn't do much last week cuz I got tonsillitis and am just finishing up the antibiotics and the yogurt. I am a little more alert this week.
Gremie and Jack took over half of the couch whenever I got up.
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I just discovered my old hen Suzy likes yogurt!
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I was sitting by her pen eating my lunch and she was begging the whole time so I gave her a spoon full. King George tried a little but did not want any more.
Of course Fiona had to get in on the action too.
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2013-03-15 10:11:05 PM

yobbery: STAY TOGETHER CHEEKS  STAY TOGETHER CHEEKS  STAY TOGETHER CHEEKS  STAY TOGETHER CHEEKS   STAY TOGETHER CHEEKS
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2013-03-15 10:13:53 PM

yobbery: sherpa18: / i think the white boy would have fun with flying spiders ...  OK, that's creepy enough. But what I really want to know is if they're migrating, where are they going? Not eastward I hope!


I hope not - otherwise, it seems to me that we are both outta here, along with the lazy white boy :o)

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2013-03-15 10:14:51 PM
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2013-03-15 10:15:50 PM
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2013-03-15 10:17:58 PM

yobbery: Real Women Drink Akvavit:
Some day I'll get to telling you how my cousins never knew the joy of the påskeharen (Easter Bunny), but since it is an officially Christian country (Lutheran, to be exact), they get påske feria (Easter holiday) for five days during the week, take off on a hyettetur (going to a small, rustic family cabin with no modern conveniences like electricity or flush plumbing), go skiing and enjoy påskekrim (crime novels - don't ask me, man, I was the first American in my family and am therefore the LEAST weird of the lot) and cook up a påskekylling (chicken dinner, which for some reason is traditional for Easter).

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Heh. I wonder if the Swedes also have the påskekylling. That would explain why he's always putting the chicken in the pot, wouldn't it?

/would that be spelled "Børk" in Norwegian?
 
2013-03-15 10:21:33 PM
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2013-03-15 10:24:05 PM

Real Women Drink Akvavit: Heh. I wonder if the Swedes also have the påskekylling. That would explain why he's always putting the chicken in the pot, wouldn't it?

/would that be spelled "Børk" in Norwegian?


Well they are right next door...I'm sure the borders are blurred a bit (says the American who lives just over 2 hours from Canada, yet has never been there.¯\_(ツ)_/¯   )
 
2013-03-15 10:24:21 PM

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My #1 girl "Little Face"


Your little ones are adorable!  Welcome!
 
2013-03-15 10:27:07 PM

Real Women Drink Akvavit: cut to cats looking around and going ...blah blah blah...whatebber!    and cook up a påskekylling (chicken dinner, which for some reason is traditional for Easter).


Actually, at this time of night, they will probably will just settle for a taco. Or six.    :o)

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2013-03-15 10:33:55 PM
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2013-03-15 10:34:59 PM
Time for me to pass out in preparation for another walk through Mordor tomorrow. At least tomorrow evening will be fun - St. Paddy's day gathering with the in-laws. See you folks tomorrow. *good night hugs*
 
2013-03-15 10:39:19 PM

Up later than the norm; Plumbicon's out minding Harmony Lodge, hoping some folk planning to wed there tomorrow show up this eve to begin assembly. Type at ft of pg 8, having finally watched Driver's Seat. Don't recall the song, must not've been paying attention. Well produced in2it.  Need to compliment dragon34 on last Caturday's effort too, but maybe best wait for tomorrow when the flood gates open.


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Former chorusmate Pat Breeze, retired on medical disability, sent this out Considerably Ago.
At least 4 cats own her & her housemate; Magic, Gabby, furrget what other 2 are called.
Mayhap predictably, Pat sang baritone. This doesn't wish to de-centre --
 
2013-03-15 10:42:27 PM

Real Women Drink Akvavit: Happy belated birthday to Mrs B4 and welcome to Papaya!

John Buck 41: syzygy whizz: John Buck 41: syzygy whizz: Simba and D'Artagnan (I'd have to back to find the date; why does Easter bounce all over the calendar, anyway?)

I do know the answer to this one!  Easter falls on the first Sunday after the first full moon of Spring.
Since the moon is full after a week after...lessee...the 20th this month, you can figure we'll have an early Bunny-and-Egg Day.

Thank you for the kind thoughts, everybody.

I guess my question was rhetorical; I knew why, I just have never understood the rationale behind it.

The Judaic calendar is Lunar, and it is my understanding that since in Christian lore the Last Supper was surmised to be a Passover Seder, they do the math and come up with Good Friday and Easter Sunday based on the Passover dates in the Judaic calendar. I think this is also why in Norway they don't call it "Easter", but "påske".

Some day I'll get to telling you how my cousins never knew the joy of the påskeharen (Easter Bunny), but since it is an officially Christian country (Lutheran, to be exact), they get påske feria (Easter holiday) for five days during the week, take off on a hyettetur (going to a small, rustic family cabin with no modern conveniences like electricity or flush plumbing), go skiing and enjoy påskekrim (crime novels - don't ask me, man, I was the first American in my family and am therefore the LEAST weird of the lot) and cook up a påskekylling (chicken dinner, which for some reason is traditional for Easter).

I like the US version better, Easter Weasels and all.
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/ok, it's a ferret, but it's an EASTER ferret!


Just seems bizarre to me that a (supposedly) major holiday (after all, the guy ROSE from the dead; he was, like, the first Zombie) bounces around from date to date.
 
2013-03-15 10:43:11 PM
Alpo 3000: Any observant human realizes cats (and many animals) are sentient beings with emotions. As such, we celebrate cat (and pet) life nearly as much as we celebrate human life. Why?

Because IMHO, it is my hope that maybe people will finally realize this, and stop regarding cats (or pets in general) as disposable....

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2013-03-15 10:44:02 PM
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2013-03-15 10:51:17 PM
 
2013-03-15 10:52:32 PM
Night.

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2013-03-15 11:01:27 PM
Last typed at ft of pg 8, this at ft of pg 9.
Dimly recall Viking Kittens vid being fetched here within fairly recent weeks; Fang Q Alpo3000. Bears saving.
Also appreciate sherpa reminding me that Papaya's an iguana.
http://www.care2.com/greenliving/cat-steals-money-video.html      1:15,   audio potentially loud.

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Boots waiting for Dot Bishop VK2DB's son Peter. Another Aussie moggie like the one in my G'day Gd Folk. They all live near Sydney; Dot's a retired editor.
 
2013-03-15 11:01:57 PM

sherpa18: Real Women Drink Akvavit: cut to cats looking around and going ...blah blah blah...whatebber!    and cook up a påskekylling (chicken dinner, which for some reason is traditional for Easter).

Actually, at this time of night, they will probably will just settle for a taco. Or six.    :o)

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Dude, it's almost breakfast time over there. Bust out with the coffee and ... well, I remember eating a lot of grains and open faced sammies. Frozen pizza, too. I have no idea what's up with the frozen pizza over there. Weirdøs.

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2013-03-15 11:22:47 PM
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2013-03-15 11:24:36 PM
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2013-03-15 11:29:05 PM

syzygy whizz: John Buck 41: syzygy whizz: Simba and D'Artagnan (I'd have to back to find the date; why does Easter bounce all over the calendar, anyway?)

I do know the answer to this one!  Easter falls on the first Sunday after the first full moon of Spring.
Since the moon is full after a week after...lessee...the 20th this month, you can figure we'll have an early Bunny-and-Egg Day.

Thank you for the kind thoughts, everybody.


Easter follows the Jewish calendar. It is always the week of Passover, which was the Seder meal Christ was having with his disciples.
 
2013-03-15 11:29:45 PM
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2013-03-15 11:32:44 PM
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2013-03-15 11:39:09 PM
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Ghosts of kitties past......
 
2013-03-15 11:46:23 PM

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lulz
 
2013-03-15 11:46:54 PM
May need to mention St Urho, who drove the grape-gobbling grasshoppers out of Finland, since it'll be his Day in under 30 minutes. I need to remember to wear purple & green for the occasion on the morrow. There are festivities of the Day in some mostly-Finn communities. Other Finns think he's merely a figtree of someone's well-oiled imagination.
The other critter not welcome on Caturday is almost surely the flying spider, mentioned before. I did GoodSearch that, which sorta confirmed that there are such in Chicago presently. Also led to this:

A Spider that Barks?
Selenocosmia crassipes, the so-called barking spider of Central Australia and the inland areas of New South Wales, is said to produce a barking sound. These reports were investigated by Sir Baldwin Spencer, who, although he rejected the barking theory, found that the spider produced a chirping or whistling sound by drawing the leg-like feelers or palps across the fangs (chelicerae). Examination under the microscope proved the palps to be studded with a great number of peg-like structures by which the sound is produced. This strange habit has possibly a courtship significance. It is regrettable that no further attempt has been made to study the life and habits of this remarkable spider, but this is true of many of our unique and rapidly disappearing animals

This came from The Australian Book of Wonder, or similar title.
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Plumbicon's finally home, the folk wishing to wed tomorrow were there when he arrived.
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credit to valnt9 from August past. Need to rise in daylit AM, got errands to run & stuff to mail. Including a re-try on That Box I sent to AlienDandelion that came back. Note on box to CanadaPost ofc serving her adrs that they best not claim she's moved again. She did say she'd love to move, but not til after That Box comes.
 
2013-03-15 11:47:09 PM
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2013-03-15 11:49:46 PM
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2013-03-15 11:55:33 PM
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2013-03-16 12:00:45 AM
 
2013-03-16 12:38:55 AM

laulaja: May need to mention St Urho, who drove the grape-gobbling grasshoppers out of Finland, since it'll be his Day in under 30 minutes. I need to remember to wear purple & green for the occasion on the morrow. There are festivities of the Day in some mostly-Finn communities. Other Finns think he's merely a figtree of someone's well-oiled imagination.
The other critter not welcome on Caturday is almost surely the flying spider, mentioned before. I did GoodSearch that, which sorta confirmed that there are such in Chicago presently. Also led to this:

A Spider that Barks?
Selenocosmia crassipes, the so-called barking spider of Central Australia and the inland areas of New South Wales, is said to produce a barking sound. These reports were investigated by Sir Baldwin Spencer, who, although he rejected the barking theory, found that the spider produced a chirping or whistling sound by drawing the leg-like feelers or palps across the fangs (chelicerae). Examination under the microscope proved the palps to be studded with a great number of peg-like structures by which the sound is produced. This strange habit has possibly a courtship significance. It is regrettable that no further attempt has been made to study the life and habits of this remarkable spider, but this is true of many of our unique and rapidly disappearing animals

This came from The Australian Book of Wonder, or similar title.
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Plumbicon's finally home, the folk wishing to wed tomorrow were there when he arrived.
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credit to valnt9 from August past. Need to rise in daylit AM, got errands to run & stuff to mail. Including a re-try on That Box I sent to AlienDandelion that came back. Note on box to CanadaPost ofc serving her adrs that they best not claim she's moved again. She did say she'd love to move, but not til after That Box comes.


lulz

The barking spider comment made me laugh because that's what my dad called farts.
 
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