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10 Sep 2008, 1:28 am

from what i heard wat that people in america are trying to recreate the "big bang" :P


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10 Sep 2008, 1:49 am

and hopefully they get some anti-matter out of it.



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10 Sep 2008, 2:37 am

Hmm nothing happend, well as far as I know, is Europe still there?


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10 Sep 2008, 2:49 am

i think i heard a *poof* :?


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10 Sep 2008, 5:53 am

http://www.siambalirags.com/index.php

Everything you wanted to know about meezers and Akitas. My grandma was very fond of them as well as most animals.

http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/akita.htm

Doubt anyone's going to look at them just something I thought I'd spam about in memory of her.


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10 Sep 2008, 12:11 pm

Big Blowout theory topic

If anything, the Collision was heard around the world...perhaps for an instance we were all united because we thought about the Ultimate Explosion.

Almost disappointing! :lol:


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10 Sep 2008, 5:41 pm

they said on tv that they had bad weather and had to hold the recreation of big bang ill today. :?
i still dont think it will be much.


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10 Sep 2008, 6:34 pm

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10 Sep 2008, 9:18 pm

For a while now, we have had our trash ripped open and things pulled out of it. Tonight I caught the culprit red handed, or should I say red pawed? It was an orange feral cat. It ran off when it saw me. I went back into the house, opened a can of cat food that Stinker doesn't like and set it outside for it. I went back out later to find the can empty. I think we may be getting ready to have a new pet. :D


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10 Sep 2008, 11:13 pm

Social_Fantom wrote:
For a while now, we have had our trash ripped open and things pulled out of it. Tonight I caught the culprit red handed, or should I say red pawed? It was an orange feral cat. It ran off when it saw me. I went back into the house, opened a can of cat food that Stinker doesn't like and set it outside for it. I went back out later to find the can empty. I think we may be getting ready to have a new pet. :D

And how do you suppose Stinker will feel about having another orange cat around the house? :o



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10 Sep 2008, 11:18 pm

Oh he didn't like it. He noticed it first. I saw him looking at something outside and that was when I saw him. But Stinker won't have to worry, he'll be our only house cat. I doubt we'll even be able to pet this one. He'll just come around for food and then leave. We also have a toad that stays on our back porch. We've also kind of adopted him as a pet as well. Somehow he has eluded that other cat. All we have to do to feed him is leave the porch light on. :D


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10 Sep 2008, 11:25 pm

^ That's the one thing I miss about having the house - I loved my garden pets! :D

We had raccoons, 'possums, feral cats, special squirrels ( and a red-tailed hawk that carried away our special squirrels :x ), plus fabulous redheaded and downy woodpeckers, etc.

During the winters I fed them all, so there was always a parade on my patio at around 2 am. The cats, 'possums and raccoons would all be eating together (occasionally hissing and shrieking), and my housecats would watch with me through the glass patio door.

In the spring, they all brought their babies back to meet us! :D



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10 Sep 2008, 11:31 pm

I always enjoy seeing animals in the yard! :D

We have a ton of rabbits over here with squirrels and occasionally ground hogs. One summer we had rabid foxes. 8O


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10 Sep 2008, 11:36 pm

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I always enjoy seeing animals in the yard! :D

We have a ton of rabbits over here with squirrels and occasionally ground hogs. One summer we had rabid foxes. 8O

What is the deal with foxes, anyway - why can't they ever show up without being rabid? I guess it is because when they are well, they stay hidden deeper in places where there are no humans.

Huh, I have not been in Threadkillers for some time - nice to see you here after all this time, Social_Fantom! 8)

Also, I haven't seen our boss, deathchibi, in weeks - I think he is trying to avoid giving me my Sin Paycheck. :x

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10 Sep 2008, 11:40 pm

You too. :)

I try to pop in here every once in a while. 8)

I believe the boss still frequents this thread.

Wait a minute, we get checks!? 8O


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10 Sep 2008, 11:49 pm

Good night threadkillers, I'm going to take a 6 hour nap. :tired:


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