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Commander Kinsey
2021-07-14 16:13:57 UTC
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Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You go to jail.
Richard Cranium
2021-07-14 16:31:38 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You
go to jail.
Yet another stupid question from the Hucker troll.
Thank you for confirming that you really are a very stupid cunt.
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-14 17:07:42 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You
go to jail.
Yet another stupid question from the Hucker troll.
Thank you for confirming that you really are a very stupid cunt.
So you can't think of an answer why we don't neuter ourselves, but we do neuter animals? Ones we're supposed to consider as equals, they're pets for goodness sake.
Brian Gaff (Sofa)
2021-07-15 07:02:34 UTC
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Well it a question that children would ask, is it not?

I wonder what a feline chastity belt would look like? Come on lighten up
its a bit of light relief.
I'd rather have this than long drawn out threads about politics which
nobody ever agrees on.
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You
go to jail.
Yet another stupid question from the Hucker troll.
Thank you for confirming that you really are a very stupid cunt.
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-15 17:10:41 UTC
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There is one for dogs. It seems to be some kind of belt stopping the penis from penetrating, but they can still "have sex" and enjoy it.

https://www.medicaldaily.com/stud-stopper-chastity-belt-dogs-most-humane-form-animal-birth-control-249989
Post by Brian Gaff (Sofa)
Well it a question that children would ask, is it not?
I wonder what a feline chastity belt would look like? Come on lighten up
its a bit of light relief.
I'd rather have this than long drawn out threads about politics which
nobody ever agrees on.
Brian
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-15 17:08:23 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age requirement for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or woman is old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking.
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-16 17:03:36 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age requirement for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or woman is old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it wants to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief inspection to make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a new home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our indoor/outdoor cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside. The bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey - who said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and keep it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just sat in the doorway.
rbowman
2021-07-17 00:21:30 UTC
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On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it wants to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief inspection to make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a new home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our indoor/outdoor cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside. The bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey - who said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and keep it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
Peeler
2021-07-17 07:56:59 UTC
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On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 18:21:30 -0600, lowbrowwoman, the endlessly driveling,
Post by rbowman
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived
Oh, SHIT! This senile asshole is gracing this ng with yet another episode of
his so very interesting life! <tsk>
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-19 17:03:15 UTC
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Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it wants to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief inspection to make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a new home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our indoor/outdoor cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside. The bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey - who said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and keep it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched them destroy each other.
Rod Speed
2021-07-19 20:34:33 UTC
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Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it wants to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief inspection to make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a new home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our indoor/outdoor cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside. The bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey - who said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and keep it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
Because you are a psychopath.
Peeler
2021-07-19 20:50:33 UTC
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On Tue, 20 Jul 2021 06:34:33 +1000, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

<FLUSH the two subnormal sociopathic cretins' endless absolutely idiotic
blather>
--
Typical retarded "conversation" between the Scottish wanker and the senile
Ozzietard:

Birdbrain: "Horse shit doesn't stink."

Senile Rodent: "It does if you roll in it."

Birdbrain: "I've never worked out why, I assumed it was maybe meateaters
that made stinky shit, but then why does vegetarian human shit stink? Is it
just the fact that we're capable of digesting meat?"

Senile Rodent: "Nope, some cow shit stinks too."

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Commander Kinsey
2021-07-20 17:05:18 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it wants to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief inspection to make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a new home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our indoor/outdoor cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside. The bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey - who said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and keep it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
Because you are a psychopath.
Nothing psychopathic about enjoying the misfortune of others. There are countless TV shows and Youtube channels based on this.
Rod Speed
2021-07-20 19:45:27 UTC
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Post by Rod Speed
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it wants
to
go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief inspection to make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses
has
a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a new home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
Because you are a psychopath.
Nothing psychopathic about enjoying the misfortune of others.
Wrong, as always.
Post by Commander Kinsey
There are countless TV shows and Youtube channels based on this.
Peeler
2021-07-20 20:17:36 UTC
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On Wed, 21 Jul 2021 05:45:27 +1000, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

<FLUSH the two subnormal sociopathic cretins' endless absolutely idiotic
blather>
--
Typical retarded "conversation" between the Scottish wanker and the senile
Ozzietard:

Birdbrain: "Horse shit doesn't stink."

Senile Rodent: "It does if you roll in it."

Birdbrain: "I've never worked out why, I assumed it was maybe meateaters
that made stinky shit, but then why does vegetarian human shit stink? Is it
just the fact that we're capable of digesting meat?"

Senile Rodent: "Nope, some cow shit stinks too."

Message-ID: <***@mid.individual.net>
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-25 17:58:47 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Rod Speed
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Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it wants
to
go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief inspection to make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses
has
a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a new home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
Because you are a psychopath.
Nothing psychopathic about enjoying the misfortune of others.
Wrong, as always.
There are countless TV shows and Youtube channels based on this.
rbowman
2021-07-21 02:53:48 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age
requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or
woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they
will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it
wants to
go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief inspection to make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses
has
a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a new home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
Because you are a psychopath.
Nothing psychopathic about enjoying the misfortune of others. There are
countless TV shows and Youtube channels based on this.
Schadenfreude.
Peeler
2021-07-21 07:53:34 UTC
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On Tue, 20 Jul 2021 20:53:48 -0600, lowbrowwoman, the endlessly driveling,
Post by rbowman
Schadenfreude.
Doesn't seem to compare to your Freude you enjoy every time you got the
unwashed Scottish wanker's deep inside your big mouth, senile troll's whore!
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-21 16:48:07 UTC
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Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age
requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or
woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they
will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it
wants to
go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief inspection to make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses
has
a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a new home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
Because you are a psychopath.
Nothing psychopathic about enjoying the misfortune of others. There are
countless TV shows and Youtube channels based on this.
Schadenfreude.
Which almost everyone has.
rbowman
2021-07-20 02:55:38 UTC
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Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they
would
Post by Commander Kinsey
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child?
You
Post by Commander Kinsey
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it wants to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief inspection to make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a new home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our indoor/outdoor cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside. The bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey - who said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and keep it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
Peeler
2021-07-20 08:10:57 UTC
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On Mon, 19 Jul 2021 20:55:38 -0600, lowbrowwoman, the endlessly driveling,
Post by rbowman
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
ANY space is small compared to your big mouth, senile blabbermouth!
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-20 17:00:34 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they
would
Post by Commander Kinsey
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child?
You
Post by Commander Kinsey
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it wants to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief inspection to make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a new home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our indoor/outdoor cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside. The bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey - who said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and keep it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
Rod Speed
2021-07-20 19:34:59 UTC
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Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they
would
Post by Commander Kinsey
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child?
You
Post by Commander Kinsey
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it wants to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief inspection to make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a new home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
That's where most of the jobs are. Beats having to stuff flyers
thru the letterbox and have the dog bite your fingers off or
bludge on the dole.
Peeler
2021-07-20 19:48:26 UTC
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On Wed, 21 Jul 2021 05:34:59 +1000, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

<FLUSH the two subnormal sociopathic cretins' endless absolutely idiotic
blather>
--
Another typical retarded conversation between our two village idiots,
Birdbrain and Rodent Speed:

Birdbrain: "You beat me to it. Plain sex is boring."

Senile Rodent: "Then fuck the cats. That wont be boring."

Birdbrain: "Sell me a de-clawing tool first."

Senile Rodent: "Wont help with the teeth."

Birdbrain: "They've never gone for me with their mouths."

Rodent Speed: "They will if you are stupid enough to try fucking them."

Birdbrain: "No, they always use claws."

Rodent Speed: "They wont if you try fucking them. Try it and see."

Message-ID: <***@mid.individual.net>
rbowman
2021-07-21 02:52:28 UTC
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Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they
would
Post by Commander Kinsey
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child?
You
Post by Commander Kinsey
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age
requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or
woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they
will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it wants to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief inspection to make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a new home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan, NYC; I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Peeler
2021-07-21 07:56:00 UTC
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On Tue, 20 Jul 2021 20:52:28 -0600, lowbrowwoman, the endlessly driveling,
Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree
Of course, you ARE exactly as idiotic as the unwashed retarded Scottish
wanker, you retarded cocksucking hayseed!
rbowman
2021-07-22 01:27:02 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
Post by Commander Kinsey
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they
would
Post by Commander Kinsey
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your
child?
You
Post by Commander Kinsey
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age
requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or
woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they
will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it wants to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief
inspection to
make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a
new
home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan, NYC; I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
Ed Pawlowski
2021-07-22 02:27:18 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field...  For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan, NYC; I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life.  He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
There are a lot of commuters from Philadelphia too. Most take the
train. Often the incentive is 2X to 3X the salary compared to local.

At one time, there was a sea plane that took off from the Delaware River
in Philly to the Hudson in NYC.
Tekkie©
2021-07-22 19:58:11 UTC
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On Wed, 21 Jul 2021 22:27:18 -0400, Ed Pawlowski posted for all of us to
digest...
Post by Ed Pawlowski
Post by rbowman
Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field...  For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan, NYC; I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life.  He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
There are a lot of commuters from Philadelphia too. Most take the
train. Often the incentive is 2X to 3X the salary compared to local.
At one time, there was a sea plane that took off from the Delaware River
in Philly to the Hudson in NYC.
NE PA is ripe with NY people, especially the Poconos.
--
Tekkie
Peeler
2021-07-22 07:19:16 UTC
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On Wed, 21 Jul 2021 19:27:02 -0600, lowbrowwoman, the endlessly driveling,
Post by rbowman
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan
Oh, fuck your cousin, you stupid, endlessly gossiping senile redneck! <tsk>
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-23 17:17:06 UTC
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Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
Post by Commander Kinsey
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they
would
Post by Commander Kinsey
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your
child?
You
Post by Commander Kinsey
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age
requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or
woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they
will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it wants to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief
inspection to
make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local businesses has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake of 'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a
new
home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had to lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan, NYC; I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
Rod Speed
2021-07-23 18:54:58 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
Post by Commander Kinsey
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they
would
Post by Commander Kinsey
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your
child?
You
Post by Commander Kinsey
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age
requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or
woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they
will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it
wants
to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief
inspection to
make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm
although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local
businesses
has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake
of
'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a
new
home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had
to
lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without
asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan, NYC; I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
More fool you. With the longer distances a plane makes a lot more sense.
Peeler
2021-07-23 19:48:49 UTC
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Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

<FLUSH the two subnormal sociopathic cretins' endless absolutely idiotic
blather>
--
Another typical retarded conversation between our two village idiots,
Birdbrain and Rodent Speed:

Birdbrain: "You beat me to it. Plain sex is boring."

Senile Rodent: "Then fuck the cats. That wont be boring."

Birdbrain: "Sell me a de-clawing tool first."

Senile Rodent: "Wont help with the teeth."

Birdbrain: "They've never gone for me with their mouths."

Rodent Speed: "They will if you are stupid enough to try fucking them."

Birdbrain: "No, they always use claws."

Rodent Speed: "They wont if you try fucking them. Try it and see."

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Commander Kinsey
2021-08-13 15:01:01 UTC
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On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
Post by Commander Kinsey
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as
they
would
Post by Commander Kinsey
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your
child?
You
Post by Commander Kinsey
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age
requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or
woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US), they
will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it
wants
to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief
inspection to
make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm
although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local
businesses
has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would
really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake
of
'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a
new
home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had
to
lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without
asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan, NYC; I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
More fool you. With the longer distances a plane makes a lot more sense.
Only if there's a lot of water inbetween.
Rod Speed
2021-08-13 19:33:29 UTC
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Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
Post by Commander Kinsey
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander
Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example)
considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as
they
would
Post by Commander Kinsey
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your
child?
You
Post by Commander Kinsey
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age
requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or
woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US),
they
will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you
want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing
it
to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it
wants
to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief
inspection to
make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm
although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local
businesses
has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days
locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would
really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another remake
of
'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a
new
home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we had
to
lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without
asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the
cat
just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a
roommate
in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up
with
a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan,
NYC;
I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
More fool you. With the longer distances a plane makes a lot more sense.
Only if there's a lot of water inbetween.
More mindless bullshit.
Peeler
2021-08-13 19:39:41 UTC
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On Sat, 14 Aug 2021 05:33:29 +1000, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

<FLUSH the two subnormal sociopathic cretins' endless absolutely idiotic
blather>
--
Another typical retarded "conversation" between the two resident idiots:

Birdbrain: "Indeed, in America they usually just shoot you."

Senile Rodent:"They hardly ever do that with cops."

Birdbrain: "Everybody shoots everybody over there,"

Senile Rodent: "Didn't notice Obama shooting anyone."

Birdbrain: "He's not American."

Senile Rodent: "Didn't notice Slick shooting anyone."

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Commander Kinsey
2021-08-14 14:02:39 UTC
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I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan,
NYC;
I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
More fool you. With the longer distances a plane makes a lot more sense.
Only if there's a lot of water inbetween.
More mindless bullshit.
Driving is far more convenient, you can stop at nice places along the way, where and when you want to.
Rod Speed
2021-08-14 19:04:46 UTC
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Post by rbowman
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate
school
in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan,
NYC;
I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
More fool you. With the longer distances a plane makes a lot more sense.
Only if there's a lot of water inbetween.
More mindless bullshit.
Driving is far more convenient,
Much less convenient to have to drive for much longer.
Post by Commander Kinsey
you can stop at nice places along the way, where and when you want to.
I don't want to.
Peeler
2021-08-14 20:09:17 UTC
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On Sun, 15 Aug 2021 05:04:46 +1000, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

<FLUSH the two subnormal sociopathic cretins' endless absolutely idiotic
blather>
--
Another typical retarded conversation between our two village idiots,
Birdbrain and Rodent Speed:

Birdbrain: "You beat me to it. Plain sex is boring."

Senile Rodent: "Then fuck the cats. That wont be boring."

Birdbrain: "Sell me a de-clawing tool first."

Senile Rodent: "Wont help with the teeth."

Birdbrain: "They've never gone for me with their mouths."

Rodent Speed: "They will if you are stupid enough to try fucking them."

Birdbrain: "No, they always use claws."

Rodent Speed: "They wont if you try fucking them. Try it and see."

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Commander Kinsey
2021-08-17 14:46:23 UTC
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I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate
school
in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan,
NYC;
I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
More fool you. With the longer distances a plane makes a lot more sense.
Only if there's a lot of water inbetween.
More mindless bullshit.
Driving is far more convenient,
Much less convenient to have to drive for much longer.
I like driving. And it's not necessarily longer. There's no 2 hour check in. You can leave when you need to, not when the next flight does. Imagine both of us wanted to leave at the same time to get to the same far away place, you'd have to wait until the next flight, book in early, probably have to stop and change flights somewhere after going in the wrong direction, whereas I just drive.
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Post by Commander Kinsey
you can stop at nice places along the way, where and when you want to.
I don't want to.
There's a word for people like that.
Rod Speed
2021-08-17 19:01:47 UTC
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Post by rbowman
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate
school
in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan,
NYC;
I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
More fool you. With the longer distances a plane makes a lot more sense.
Only if there's a lot of water inbetween.
More mindless bullshit.
Driving is far more convenient,
Much less convenient to have to drive for much longer.
I like driving.
I do too, but I much prefer to fly for the longer distances.
Post by Commander Kinsey
And it's not necessarily longer. There's no 2 hour check in.
No 2 hour check in here. And even if there was, still
much quicker to fly than drive the car for hours.
Post by Commander Kinsey
You can leave when you need to, not when the next flight does.
But have to fart around for much longer enroute.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Imagine both of us wanted to leave at the same time to get to the same far
away place, you'd have to wait until the next flight, book in early,
probably have to stop and change flights somewhere after going in the
wrong direction, whereas I just drive.
And take 10 times as long driving. Fuck that.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Commander Kinsey
you can stop at nice places along the way, where and when you want to.
I don't want to.
There's a word for people like that.
Peeler
2021-08-17 19:50:46 UTC
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On Wed, 18 Aug 2021 05:01:47 +1000, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

<FLUSH the two subnormal sociopathic cretins' endless absolutely idiotic
blather>
--
Another typical retarded conversation between our two village idiots,
Birdbrain and Rodent Speed:

Birdbrain: "You beat me to it. Plain sex is boring."

Senile Rodent: "Then fuck the cats. That wont be boring."

Birdbrain: "Sell me a de-clawing tool first."

Senile Rodent: "Wont help with the teeth."

Birdbrain: "They've never gone for me with their mouths."

Rodent Speed: "They will if you are stupid enough to try fucking them."

Birdbrain: "No, they always use claws."

Rodent Speed: "They wont if you try fucking them. Try it and see."

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Commander Kinsey
2021-08-18 15:25:10 UTC
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I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate
school
in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan,
NYC;
I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
More fool you. With the longer distances a plane makes a lot more sense.
Only if there's a lot of water inbetween.
More mindless bullshit.
Driving is far more convenient,
Much less convenient to have to drive for much longer.
I like driving.
I do too, but I much prefer to fly for the longer distances.
How long?
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Commander Kinsey
And it's not necessarily longer. There's no 2 hour check in.
No 2 hour check in here. And even if there was, still
much quicker to fly than drive the car for hours.
I thought the 2 hours check in was worldwide. No idea what it's for as I've only flown once.
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Commander Kinsey
You can leave when you need to, not when the next flight does.
But have to fart around for much longer enroute.
Better that than being bored sat still.
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Commander Kinsey
Imagine both of us wanted to leave at the same time to get to the same far
away place, you'd have to wait until the next flight, book in early,
probably have to stop and change flights somewhere after going in the
wrong direction, whereas I just drive.
And take 10 times as long driving. Fuck that.
It is not 10 times longer. Take a look at some of the Top Gear races they did between cars and public transport.
Rod Speed
2021-08-18 17:33:06 UTC
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I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate
school
in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan,
NYC;
I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He
commuted --
two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
More fool you. With the longer distances a plane makes a lot more sense.
Only if there's a lot of water inbetween.
More mindless bullshit.
Driving is far more convenient,
Much less convenient to have to drive for much longer.
I like driving.
I do too, but I much prefer to fly for the longer distances.
How long?
Too my state capital for starters. 7 hours by car with no stops,
90 mins by plane.

From here to Brisbane its 14 hours non stop, bit too far
you basically have to stop overnight part way.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Commander Kinsey
And it's not necessarily longer. There's no 2 hour check in.
No 2 hour check in here. And even if there was, still
much quicker to fly than drive the car for hours.
I thought the 2 hours check in was worldwide.
Nope.
Post by Commander Kinsey
No idea what it's for as I've only flown once.
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Commander Kinsey
You can leave when you need to, not when the next flight does.
But have to fart around for much longer enroute.
Better that than being bored sat still.
I'm not bored I read an ebook.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Commander Kinsey
Imagine both of us wanted to leave at the same time to get to the same far
away place, you'd have to wait until the next flight, book in early,
probably have to stop and change flights somewhere after going in the
wrong direction, whereas I just drive.
And take 10 times as long driving. Fuck that.
It is not 10 times longer.
It is here with sydney/perth.
40 hours non stop by car, 3 hours by plane.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Take a look at some of the Top Gear races they did between cars and public
transport.
In some pissy little soggy little island that is smaller than all but one of
\our states.
Peeler
2021-08-18 18:51:37 UTC
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Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

<FLUSH the two subnormal sociopathic cretins' endless absolutely idiotic
blather>
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TYPICAL retarded "conversation" between sociopath Rodent and sociopath
Birdbrain from August 26th 2018:

Birdbrain: "I have one head but 5 fingers."

Senile Rodent: "Obvious lie. You hairy legged cross dressers are so inbred
that you all have two heads."

Birdbrain: "You're the one that likes hairy legs remember?"

Senile Rodent: "The problem isnt the hairy legs, it's the gross inbreeding
that
produces two headed unemployables like you."

Birdbrain: "So why did you mention hairy legs?"

Senile Rodent: "Because that's what those who arent actually stupid enough
to shave their legs have."

Birdbrain: "You only have hairy legs if both of the following are true:
1) You're quite far back on the evolutionary scale.
2) You haven't learned what a razor is for."

Senile Rodent: "Only a terminal fuckwit or a woman shaves their legs."

Birdbrain: "There is literally zero point in having hair all over your
body."

Senile Rodent: "There is even less point in wasting your time changing what
you are born with."

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Commander Kinsey
2021-08-24 15:29:05 UTC
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I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate
school
in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan,
NYC;
I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He
commuted --
two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
More fool you. With the longer distances a plane makes a lot more sense.
Only if there's a lot of water inbetween.
More mindless bullshit.
Driving is far more convenient,
Much less convenient to have to drive for much longer.
I like driving.
I do too, but I much prefer to fly for the longer distances.
How long?
Too my state capital for starters. 7 hours by car with no stops,
90 mins by plane.
From here to Brisbane its 14 hours non stop, bit too far
you basically have to stop overnight part way.
What are the distances?

And I'd prefer 7 hours of driving to 90 minutes of flight, having to park the car somewhere, having to use the times they have available, paying more money, taking less luggage, not having the car with me when I get there, ....
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Commander Kinsey
You can leave when you need to, not when the next flight does.
But have to fart around for much longer enroute.
Better that than being bored sat still.
I'm not bored I read an ebook.
I detest reading, they've invented TV. And before you say bring some, no. Not on a small screen and headphones, and I might not have anything I want to watch.
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Commander Kinsey
Take a look at some of the Top Gear races they did between cars and public
transport.
In some pissy little soggy little island that is smaller than all but one of
\our states.
Across Europe.
Rod Speed
2021-08-24 19:46:29 UTC
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Post by rbowman
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate
school
in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan,
NYC;
I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in
southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He
commuted --
two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but
a
car.
More fool you. With the longer distances a plane makes a lot more sense.
Only if there's a lot of water inbetween.
More mindless bullshit.
Driving is far more convenient,
Much less convenient to have to drive for much longer.
I like driving.
I do too, but I much prefer to fly for the longer distances.
How long?
Too my state capital for starters. 7 hours by car with no stops,
90 mins by plane.
From here to Brisbane its 14 hours non stop, bit too far
you basically have to stop overnight part way.
What are the distances?
From here to Brisbane 1250km, Sydney 580km
Post by Commander Kinsey
And I'd prefer 7 hours of driving to 90 minutes of flight,
More fool you.
Post by Commander Kinsey
having to park the car somewhere,
We have a fucking great car park at the terminal.
https://goo.gl/maps/GMxngYNVUn1zussE9
Post by Commander Kinsey
having to use the times they have available,
Beets pissing the way away in the fucking car.
Post by Commander Kinsey
paying more money,
Not all of us are desperate povs.
Post by Commander Kinsey
taking less luggage,
Only fools take the kitchen sink with them.
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You can leave when you need to, not when the next flight does.
But have to fart around for much longer enroute.
Better that than being bored sat still.
I'm not bored I read an ebook.
I detest reading, they've invented TV.
You are free to watch that in the plane.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Rod Speed
Post by Commander Kinsey
Take a look at some of the Top Gear races they did between cars and public
transport.
In some pissy little soggy little island that is smaller than all but one of
\our states.
Across Europe.
Still bullshit.
Peeler
2021-08-24 20:02:43 UTC
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On Wed, 25 Aug 2021 05:46:29 +1000, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

<FLUSH the two subnormal sociopathic cretins' endless absolutely idiotic
blather>
--
Another typical retarded "conversation" between Birdbrain and senile Rodent:

Senile Rodent: " Did you ever dig a hole to bury your own shit?"

Birdbrain: "I do if there's no flush toilet around."

Senile Rodent: "Yeah, I prefer camping like that, off by myself with
no dunnys around and have always buried the shit."

MID: <***@mid.individual.net>
Maskless Sociopath
2021-08-24 20:50:37 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
And I'd prefer 7 hours of driving to 90 minutes of flight,
More fool you.
For me its a 2 hour drive to the airport, 90 minute wait to get through TSA lines and 30 minute boarding.

At destination it's 30 minutes to get baggage and rental car and usually another 30 minute drive to destination.

If I can just drive it in 5 to 6 hours, I take the car.


Of course now that the airlines will be demanding vaccine passports and masks on the flight, I'll be driving them all.
Bob F
2021-08-24 22:13:49 UTC
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Post by Rod Speed
Post by Commander Kinsey
And I'd prefer 7 hours of driving to 90 minutes of flight,
More fool you.
For me its a 2 hour drive to the airport, 90 minute wait to get through
TSA lines and 30 minute boarding.
At destination it's 30 minutes to get baggage and rental car and usually
another 30 minute drive to destination.
If I can just drive it in 5 to 6 hours, I take the car.
Of course now that the airlines will be demanding vaccine passports and
masks on the flight, I'll be driving them all.
I'm sure everyone else on your flight will be elated to hear that.
rbowman
2021-07-24 02:10:40 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
Post by Peeler
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander
Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as
they
would
Post by Commander Kinsey
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your
child?
You
Post by Commander Kinsey
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age
requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or
woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US),
they
will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you
want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it
wants
to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief
inspection to
make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm
although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local
businesses
has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases would really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another
remake of
'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a
new
home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we
had to
lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without
asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a roommate in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan, NYC; I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
Obviously you've never driven in New York City. In truth the driving
isn't that bad. Parking, if you happen to want to get out of the car, is
something else again. Anywhere from $4 to $7.50 an hour if you can find
a spot, or $500+ monthly in a private lot.
Ed Pawlowski
2021-07-24 03:26:25 UTC
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Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
Post by Peeler
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander
Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example)
considered
Post by Commander Kinsey
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as
they
would
Post by Commander Kinsey
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your
child?
You
Post by Commander Kinsey
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age
requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or
woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US),
they
will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you
want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as
doing it
to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it
wants
to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief
inspection to
make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm
although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local
businesses
has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases
would
really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another
remake of
'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a
new
home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we
had to
lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without
asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't.  I only know of one person that sort of does
that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out.  I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the cat
just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a
roommate
in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field...  For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan,
NYC; I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life.  He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
Obviously you've never driven in New York City. In truth the driving
isn't that bad. Parking, if you happen to want to get out of the car, is
something else again. Anywhere from $4 to $7.50 an hour if you can find
a spot, or $500+ monthly in a private lot.
You can always buy a spot
How much does it cost to buy a parking spot in NYC?
Indoors in places like Williamsburg will be, on average, $80,000. Spots
in brownstone Brooklyn will be, on average, about $100,000, and in
Manhattan you can see prices as high as $200,000." The rates can be even
higher for new developments downtown.

What is the most expensive parking spot in NYC?
Now, it may also have what might be the world's priciest place to park
your car. A single, 134.5 square foot parking spot at a 73-storey office
tower in the glitzy financial district has sold for $969,000, according
to local media reports. That works out to just over $7,200 per square foot.
rbowman
2021-07-24 17:26:27 UTC
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Post by Ed Pawlowski
Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
Post by Peeler
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander
Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example)
considered
Post by Commander Kinsey
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as
they
would
Post by Commander Kinsey
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your
child?
You
Post by Commander Kinsey
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age
requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or
woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US),
they
will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you
want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as
doing it
to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it
wants
to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief
inspection to
make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm
although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local
businesses
has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days
locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases
would
really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another
remake of
'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a
new
home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we
had to
lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without
asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the
cat
just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a
roommate
in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan, NYC; I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
Obviously you've never driven in New York City. In truth the driving
isn't that bad. Parking, if you happen to want to get out of the car,
is something else again. Anywhere from $4 to $7.50 an hour if you can
find a spot, or $500+ monthly in a private lot.
You can always buy a spot
How much does it cost to buy a parking spot in NYC?
Indoors in places like Williamsburg will be, on average, $80,000. Spots
in brownstone Brooklyn will be, on average, about $100,000, and in
Manhattan you can see prices as high as $200,000." The rates can be even
higher for new developments downtown.
What is the most expensive parking spot in NYC?
Now, it may also have what might be the world's priciest place to park
your car. A single, 134.5 square foot parking spot at a 73-storey office
tower in the glitzy financial district has sold for $969,000, according
to local media reports. That works out to just over $7,200 per square foot.
I worked for a company on Memorial Drive in Cambridge MA. When I was
getting restless we had the 'what will it take to get you to stay?'
talk. My answer was a keycard for the underground parking lot. The
company had an outside parking area down the street where I'd leave the
car during the week but when you drive a Firebird in Boston it's always
a pleasant surprise when you go back and the car is still there.

I stayed for another project before leaving. Between the parking space
and a new project I was content for another year.

That also illustrates the disconnect between HR and technical people. HR
thinks in terms of raises, nerds think in terms of challenges.
Peeler
2021-07-24 18:46:27 UTC
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On Sat, 24 Jul 2021 11:26:27 -0600, lowbrowwoman, the endlessly driveling,
Post by rbowman
I worked for a company on Memorial Drive in
Oh, NO! Miss Gossip is starting again...
Tekkie©
2021-07-24 19:17:17 UTC
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On Sat, 24 Jul 2021 11:26:27 -0600, rbowman posted for all of us to digest...
Post by rbowman
Post by Ed Pawlowski
Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by rbowman
On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
Post by Peeler
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander
Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example)
considered
Post by Commander Kinsey
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as
they
would
Post by Commander Kinsey
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your
child?
You
Post by Commander Kinsey
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age
requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man or
woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the US),
they
will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do you
want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as
doing it
to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it
wants
to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing
I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief
inspection to
make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being warm
although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local
businesses
has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days
locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases
would
really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another
remake of
'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I
had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping for a
new
home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the
outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we
had to
lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean
Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human without
asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does
that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want
to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the
cat
just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a
roommate
in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was
going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy
anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and watched
them destroy each other.
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan, NYC; I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
Obviously you've never driven in New York City. In truth the driving
isn't that bad. Parking, if you happen to want to get out of the car,
is something else again. Anywhere from $4 to $7.50 an hour if you can
find a spot, or $500+ monthly in a private lot.
You can always buy a spot
How much does it cost to buy a parking spot in NYC?
Indoors in places like Williamsburg will be, on average, $80,000. Spots
in brownstone Brooklyn will be, on average, about $100,000, and in
Manhattan you can see prices as high as $200,000." The rates can be even
higher for new developments downtown.
What is the most expensive parking spot in NYC?
Now, it may also have what might be the world's priciest place to park
your car. A single, 134.5 square foot parking spot at a 73-storey office
tower in the glitzy financial district has sold for $969,000, according
to local media reports. That works out to just over $7,200 per square foot.
I worked for a company on Memorial Drive in Cambridge MA. When I was
getting restless we had the 'what will it take to get you to stay?'
talk. My answer was a keycard for the underground parking lot. The
company had an outside parking area down the street where I'd leave the
car during the week but when you drive a Firebird in Boston it's always
a pleasant surprise when you go back and the car is still there.
I stayed for another project before leaving. Between the parking space
and a new project I was content for another year.
That also illustrates the disconnect between HR and technical people. HR
thinks in terms of raises, nerds think in terms of challenges.
It's a challenge to get a raise!
--
Tekkie
NY
2021-07-24 19:43:55 UTC
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Post by rbowman
I worked for a company on Memorial Drive in Cambridge MA. When I was
getting restless we had the 'what will it take to get you to stay?'
talk. My answer was a keycard for the underground parking lot. The
company had an outside parking area down the street where I'd leave the
car during the week but when you drive a Firebird in Boston it's always
a pleasant surprise when you go back and the car is still there.
I've always worked for companies that had an fairly private car park that is
probably patrolled by security guards or CCTV.

However one company decided to use the large aircraft-hanger size computer
hall (largely empty once they got rid of mainframe computers) to stage a
computer "fair". They asked for volunteers to park off-site fr a couple of
weeks, in another car-park about 15 minutes' walk away, to leave space for
the visitors' cars. Anyone who did this would have their names entered in a
raffle to win a bottle of champagne. It was highly suspicious that all the
people who won the bottles of bubbly worked in finance, HR or one of the
other ancillary departments, and that none of the software developers or
testers (who were by far the majority) won a bottle. I suspect a fix :-)



I've never had the luxury of a 'what will it take to get you to stay?'
response from HR. I've only left one company out of choice, and they were in
dire financial straits after merging with a US company which it was later
discovered had severe financial irregularities for which my company had to
carry the can; I believe the MD of the US company disappeared and has never
been seen again. The other two times I left a company it was through
redundancy on both occasions - one time whole departments were "disposed of"
which is tough but not personal; the other time they chose isolated people
from all departments, so it was a case of everyone waiting at home to see if
they got a "congratulations, you have been specially selected for our big
prize - redundancy" phone call. I remember that the understanding was that
you waited at home until 8:30 and then assumed you were safe and set off for
work; my phone call came though at 8:29:30, so I thought I was safe...
Ralph Mowery
2021-07-24 20:15:14 UTC
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Post by NY
I've never had the luxury of a 'what will it take to get you to stay?'
response from HR. I've only left one company out of choice, and they were in
dire financial straits after merging with a US company which it was later
discovered had severe financial irregularities for which my company had to
carry the can; I believe the MD of the US company disappeared and has never
been seen again. The other two times I left a company it was through
redundancy on both occasions - one time whole departments were "disposed of"
which is tough but not personal; the other time they chose isolated people
from all departments, so it was a case of everyone waiting at home to see if
they got a "congratulations, you have been specially selected for our big
prize - redundancy" phone call. I remember that the understanding was that
you waited at home until 8:30 and then assumed you were safe and set off for
work; my phone call came though at 8:29:30, so I thought I was safe...
Where I worked one year there was a big purge of supervisors. They were
told if they were still there at quiting time, they would have a job.
One said that he hid so they could not find him.
Commander Kinsey
2021-08-12 18:42:15 UTC
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Post by NY
I've never had the luxury of a 'what will it take to get you to stay?'
response from HR. I've only left one company out of choice, and they were in
dire financial straits after merging with a US company which it was later
discovered had severe financial irregularities for which my company had to
carry the can; I believe the MD of the US company disappeared and has never
been seen again. The other two times I left a company it was through
redundancy on both occasions - one time whole departments were "disposed of"
which is tough but not personal; the other time they chose isolated people
from all departments, so it was a case of everyone waiting at home to see if
they got a "congratulations, you have been specially selected for our big
prize - redundancy" phone call. I remember that the understanding was that
you waited at home until 8:30 and then assumed you were safe and set off for
work; my phone call came though at 8:29:30, so I thought I was safe...
Where I worked one year there was a big purge of supervisors. They were
told if they were still there at quiting time, they would have a job.
One said that he hid so they could not find him.
Eh?
rbowman
2021-07-24 22:21:39 UTC
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Post by rbowman
I worked for a company on Memorial Drive in Cambridge MA. When I was
getting restless we had the 'what will it take to get you to stay?'
talk. My answer was a keycard for the underground parking lot. The
company had an outside parking area down the street where I'd leave the
car during the week but when you drive a Firebird in Boston it's always
a pleasant surprise when you go back and the car is still there.
I've always worked for companies that had an fairly private car park
that is probably patrolled by security guards or CCTV.
However one company decided to use the large aircraft-hanger size
computer hall (largely empty once they got rid of mainframe computers)
to stage a computer "fair". They asked for volunteers to park off-site
fr a couple of weeks, in another car-park about 15 minutes' walk away,
to leave space for the visitors' cars. Anyone who did this would have
their names entered in a raffle to win a bottle of champagne. It was
highly suspicious that all the people who won the bottles of bubbly
worked in finance, HR or one of the other ancillary departments, and
that none of the software developers or testers (who were by far the
majority) won a bottle. I suspect a fix :-)
I've never had the luxury of a 'what will it take to get you to stay?'
response from HR. I've only left one company out of choice, and they
were in dire financial straits after merging with a US company which it
was later discovered had severe financial irregularities for which my
company had to carry the can; I believe the MD of the US company
disappeared and has never been seen again. The other two times I left a
company it was through redundancy on both occasions - one time whole
departments were "disposed of" which is tough but not personal; the
other time they chose isolated people from all departments, so it was a
case of everyone waiting at home to see if they got a "congratulations,
you have been specially selected for our big prize - redundancy" phone
call. I remember that the understanding was that you waited at home
until 8:30 and then assumed you were safe and set off for work; my phone
call came though at 8:29:30, so I thought I was safe...
I'm getting old and slow so I've been with the same company for over 20
years. When I was younger I was always looking for new horizons. The
second company I worked for did go tits up after the oil embargo but
several of us formed a new company and took off in a new direction.

I guess that was technically the third company. I'd worked a month for
the Penn Central as it was spiraling down the toilet. If you cashed your
check at your bank you had to have the funds to cover it in case it bounced.
Peeler
2021-07-24 22:37:36 UTC
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Post by rbowman
I'm getting old and slow so
...but your driveling and gossiping NEVER fails you, eh, senile gossip? LOL
Commander Kinsey
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I worked for a company on Memorial Drive in Cambridge MA. When I was=
getting restless we had the 'what will it take to get you to stay?'
talk. My answer was a keycard for the underground parking lot. The
company had an outside parking area down the street where I'd leave =
the
car during the week but when you drive a Firebird in Boston it's alw=
ays
a pleasant surprise when you go back and the car is still there.
I've always worked for companies that had an fairly private car park t=
hat is
probably patrolled by security guards or CCTV.
However one company decided to use the large aircraft-hanger size comp=
uter
hall (largely empty once they got rid of mainframe computers) to stage=
a
computer "fair". They asked for volunteers to park off-site fr a coupl=
e of
weeks, in another car-park about 15 minutes' walk away, to leave space=
for
the visitors' cars. Anyone who did this would have their names entered=
in a
raffle to win a bottle of champagne. It was highly suspicious that all=
the
people who won the bottles of bubbly worked in finance, HR or one of t=
he
other ancillary departments, and that none of the software developers =
or
testers (who were by far the majority) won a bottle. I suspect a fix :=
-)
I've never had the luxury of a 'what will it take to get you to stay?'=
response from HR.
I once applied for a job in a different department of the same place. T=
he one I was in gave me a promotion not to move. Which was funny, becau=
se I didn't get the job, since there were over 250 applicants.
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On Sat, 17 Jul 2021 01:21:30 +0100, rbowman
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On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 02:38:11 +0100, Marilyn Manson
Post by Peeler
On Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 1:08:29 PM UTC-4, Commander
Kinsey
On Thu, 15 Jul 2021 07:57:21 +0100, kelown
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example)
considered
Post by Commander Kinsey
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them
as
they
would
Post by Commander Kinsey
treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter
your
child?
You
Post by Commander Kinsey
go to jail.
Poor analogy. Both pets and humans have a minimum age
requirement
for
treatments to block reproduction. However, when a man
or
woman is
old
enough to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation (in the
US),
they
will
already be a legal adult.
The difference is a human can answer the question "do
you
want
it?" A cat cannot. So what we do to cats is the same as
doing it
to a
human without asking.
Do we ask them if they want to be locked in our houses?
Yes. If the cat wants to come it it meows for entry. When it
wants
to go
out it scratches the door, or more accurately the flashing
I put
on the door. In the summer the indoor time is a brief
inspection to
make
sure I'm not hiding treats. In the winter it prefers being
warm
although
I evict it when I go to work.
I was curious about boarding cats and one of the local
businesses
has a
website with photos of the 2' x 3' 'cat condos'. A few days
locked in
one of those for a cat who goes where he damn well pleases
would
really
sweeten his personality. He's be able to star in another
remake of
'Pet
Sematary'.
The cat was missing his balls when he showed up in my yard; I
had
nothing to do with it. Maybe that was why he was shopping
for a
new
home.
That wasn't my point. We hung bells on the door for our
indoor/outdoor
cats.
We also installed cat doors to the garage and then to the
outside.
The
bells were
only for night time hours when the raccoons were out and we
had to
lock the
cat doors.
My question was for Commander Krazy ---err---umm---I mean
Kinsey -
who
said
"So what we do to cats is the same as doing it to a human
without
asking."
I'm just curious if it bothers him that some people get a
cat and
keep
it indoors
24-7 without asking.
They shouldn't. I only know of one person that sort of does
that, the
cat is nervous of traffic or something, it actually doesn't want
to go
out. I was stood at her door for 10 minutes chatting and the
cat
just
sat in the doorway.
When she was going to graduate school my wife lived with a
roommate
in a
Boston apartment. The roommate had a cat whose big adventure was
going
out into the hall. The thing was psychotic and tried to destroy
anything
it could reach. The roommate wasn't much better but you put up
with a
lot when the rents are staggering.
I'd have enclosed the roommate and the cat in a small space and
watched
them destroy each other.
An apartment in Boston is a small space by definition.
Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan, NYC; I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
Obviously you've never driven in New York City. In truth the driving
isn't that bad. Parking, if you happen to want to get out of the car,
is something else again. Anywhere from $4 to $7.50 an hour if you can
find a spot, or $500+ monthly in a private lot.
You can always buy a spot
How much does it cost to buy a parking spot in NYC?
Indoors in places like Williamsburg will be, on average, $80,000. Spots
in brownstone Brooklyn will be, on average, about $100,000, and in
Manhattan you can see prices as high as $200,000." The rates can be even
higher for new developments downtown.
What is the most expensive parking spot in NYC?
Now, it may also have what might be the world's priciest place to park
your car. A single, 134.5 square foot parking spot at a 73-storey office
tower in the glitzy financial district has sold for $969,000, according
to local media reports. That works out to just over $7,200 per square foot.
I worked for a company on Memorial Drive in Cambridge MA. When I was
getting restless we had the 'what will it take to get you to stay?'
talk. My answer was a keycard for the underground parking lot. The
company had an outside parking area down the street where I'd leave the
car during the week but when you drive a Firebird in Boston it's always
a pleasant surprise when you go back and the car is still there.
I stayed for another project before leaving. Between the parking space
and a new project I was content for another year.
That also illustrates the disconnect between HR and technical people. HR
thinks in terms of raises, nerds think in terms of challenges.
It's a challenge to get a raise!
Only for useless bums like you.
NY
2021-07-24 20:06:57 UTC
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That also illustrates the disconnect between HR and technical people. HR
thinks in terms of raises, nerds think in terms of challenges.
There is also the other difference: techies get job satisfaction out of an
interesting technical challenge with furthers their or the department's
knowledge, irrespective of whether it will profit the company; non-techies
get job satisfaction of doing something which will make or save money for
the company. Techies bore the pants off everyone with technical jargon
appropriate to their area of expertise; HR, finance etc bore the pants off
everyone with management jargon: blue-sky thinking, thinking out of the box,
op-ex and rat-ex, leveraging (always pronounced the American way
"levveraging" even by British people who would say "leeveraging" in any
other context) and other such meaningless bullshit.
Peeler
2021-07-24 20:40:14 UTC
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trolling senile geezer Rodent Speed, wrote:

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2021-07-24 20:05:44 UTC
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In article <***@mid.individual.net>, ***@montana.com
says...
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I stayed for another project before leaving. Between the parking space
and a new project I was content for another year.
That also illustrates the disconnect between HR and technical people. HR
thinks in terms of raises, nerds think in terms of challenges.
I would probably have worked for a longer period of time if I could have
just worked on what I wanted to. There was one aspect of the job that I
purely hated. It was not like that for the first 15 years. Due to the
reduction in manning we had to work in areas other than the ones I
liked for 6 months out of every few years and my next term was comming
up.
rbowman
2021-07-24 22:35:02 UTC
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I stayed for another project before leaving. Between the parking space
and a new project I was content for another year.
That also illustrates the disconnect between HR and technical people. HR
thinks in terms of raises, nerds think in terms of challenges.
I would probably have worked for a longer period of time if I could have
just worked on what I wanted to. There was one aspect of the job that I
purely hated. It was not like that for the first 15 years. Due to the
reduction in manning we had to work in areas other than the ones I
liked for 6 months out of every few years and my next term was comming
up.
I'm fortunate to be left to pursue my own projects. Some of them are
actual contract items others are skunk works. More than once I've
responded to the question 'how long would it take to do ...' with 'I did
that last year. I just need to tweak it a little'
Peeler
2021-07-24 22:38:30 UTC
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On Sat, 24 Jul 2021 16:35:02 -0600, lowbrowwoman, the endlessly driveling,
Post by rbowman
I'm fortunate to be
...to be blessed with the gift of the gob, even at your ripe old age! Right?
LMAO
Peeler
2021-07-24 08:29:08 UTC
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Post by rbowman
Obviously you've never driven in New York City
I suppose you've never heard of the old adage, "Don't feed the troll", you
brain dead troll-feeding senile asshole!
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-25 17:59:59 UTC
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Anyone living in an overcrowded city is an idiot by definition.
I tend to agree but when you're looking for the best graduate school in
your field... For full disclosure my ex-wife lives in Manhattan, NYC; I
don't. Probably a moral to that story.
Commute.
A cousin who worked in the heart of Manhattan chose to live in southern
New Jersey where his kids could have a normal life. He commuted -- two
or three hours a day on a bus.
This is the 21st century, I would never commute in anything but a car.
Obviously you've never driven in New York City. In truth the driving
isn't that bad. Parking, if you happen to want to get out of the car, is
something else again. Anywhere from $4 to $7.50 an hour if you can find
a spot, or $500+ monthly in a private lot.
If I can't get there in a car I don't go there. I will not fuck about trying to work out which train and bus to get where, when to be there, and sit around for hours because there wasn't one when I needed it.
Peeler
2021-07-14 16:43:42 UTC
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blathered again:

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2021-07-14 18:34:05 UTC
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Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered acceptable?
Because they fuck a lot and produce lots of surplus cats.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would treat a child.
Mindlessly silly. And you don't do that yourself,
you got rid of yours when you got sick of them.

And you breed them to sell too.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You go to jail.
Not always. Some have done that with the moron children. `
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2021-07-14 19:15:42 UTC
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Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

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2021-07-15 07:00:40 UTC
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Unfortunately the difference is that humans go not go around in the middle
of the night having sex randomly with other humans without taking
precautions. How do you tell a cat to take the pill?

Besides, Cats seem to nearly always be on.
Would you prefer to be over run with feral cats and dogs instead? Just look
at what has happened to the fox population in towns.
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered acceptable?
Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would treat a child.
Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You go to jail.
soup
2021-07-15 08:36:03 UTC
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Unfortunately the difference is that humans go not go around in the middle
of the night having sex randomly with other humans without taking
precautions.
Never experienced Newcastle night life then ?
Rod Speed
2021-07-15 08:58:24 UTC
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Unfortunately the difference is that humans go not go
around in the middle of the night having sex randomly
with other humans without taking precautions.
Plenty of them do.
Post by Brian Gaff (Sofa)
How do you tell a cat to take the pill?
You wrap it in a towel and ram it down their throat.
Post by Brian Gaff (Sofa)
Besides, Cats seem to nearly always be on.
On what, youtube ?
Post by Brian Gaff (Sofa)
Would you prefer to be over run with feral cats and dogs instead?
Much better than feral children, you aren't allowed
to shoot those unless you are in the USA.
Post by Brian Gaff (Sofa)
Just look at what has happened to the fox population in towns.
Foxes are people too!!!!
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered acceptable?
Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would treat a child.
Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You go to jail.
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2021-07-15 09:47:27 UTC
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Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

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2021-07-15 09:06:00 UTC
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Post by Brian Gaff (Sofa)
Unfortunately the difference is that humans go not go around in the middle
of the night having sex randomly with other humans without taking
precautions. How do you tell a cat to take the pill?
Besides, Cats seem to nearly always be on.
Would you prefer to be over run with feral cats and dogs instead? Just look
at what has happened to the fox population in towns.
Brainless & Daft
Let me guess, you disgusting troll-feeding asshole: you are blind AND senile
...in addition to being brainless and daft!
Max Demian
2021-07-15 12:30:30 UTC
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Unfortunately the difference is that humans go not go around in the middle
of the night having sex randomly with other humans without taking
precautions. How do you tell a cat to take the pill?
I suppose they could do a vasectomy on the males, but tomcats would
still go around spraying their urine everywhere.
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soup
2021-07-15 12:42:55 UTC
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Unfortunately the difference is that humans go not go around in the middle
of the night having sex randomly with other humans without taking
precautions. How do you tell a cat to take the pill?
I suppose they could do a vasectomy on the males, but tomcats would
still go around spraying their urine everywhere.
Would they? Surely with being vasectomised (Wd?) they would stop all
aggressive behaviuor including marking their territory.
rbowman
2021-07-15 13:36:32 UTC
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Post by Brian Gaff (Sofa)
Unfortunately the difference is that humans go not go around in the middle
of the night having sex randomly with other humans without taking
precautions. How do you tell a cat to take the pill?
I suppose they could do a vasectomy on the males, but tomcats would
still go around spraying their urine everywhere.
Would they? Surely with being vasectomised (Wd?) they would stop all
aggressive behaviuor including marking their territory.
No, they will still have testosterone. Does a human that has a vasectomy
change their behavior and physiology?
Peeler
2021-07-15 14:06:38 UTC
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Post by soup
Would they? Surely with being vasectomised (Wd?) they would stop all
aggressive behaviuor including marking their territory.
No, they will still have testosterone. Does a human that has a vasectomy
change their behavior and physiology?
He obviously referred to castration rather than to vasectomy (which is
hardly ever performed on an animal). You know, the thing you had which
turned you into that endlessly gossiping washerwoman!
Ed Pawlowski
2021-07-15 14:07:25 UTC
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Post by Brian Gaff (Sofa)
Unfortunately the difference is that humans go not go around in the middle
of the night having sex randomly with other humans without taking
precautions. How do you tell a cat to take the pill?
I suppose they could do a vasectomy on the males, but tomcats would
still go around spraying their urine everywhere.
Would they?  Surely with being vasectomised (Wd?) they would stop all
aggressive behaviuor including marking their territory.
They don't do a vasectomy though, they cut their balls off. Different
results.
Steve Walker
2021-07-15 17:06:54 UTC
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Post by Brian Gaff (Sofa)
Unfortunately the difference is that humans go not go around in the middle
of the night having sex randomly with other humans without taking
precautions. How do you tell a cat to take the pill?
I suppose they could do a vasectomy on the males, but tomcats would
still go around spraying their urine everywhere.
Would they?  Surely with being vasectomised (Wd?) they would stop all
aggressive behaviuor including marking their territory.
They don't do a vasectomy though, they cut their balls off. Different
results.
Indeed. For tomcats, it decreases their urge to roam, causing less
conflict with other cats and with vehicles, reducing injuries and deaths
and increasing their lifespan - so it is not without benefit for the
individual cat.
Max Demian
2021-07-16 14:21:31 UTC
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Unfortunately the difference is that humans go not go around in the middle
of the night having sex randomly with other humans without taking
precautions. How do you tell a cat to take the pill?
I suppose they could do a vasectomy on the males, but tomcats would
still go around spraying their urine everywhere.
Would they?  Surely with being vasectomised (Wd?) they would stop all
aggressive behaviuor including marking their territory.
They don't do a vasectomy though, they cut their balls off. Different
results.
Indeed. For tomcats, it decreases their urge to roam, causing less
conflict with other cats and with vehicles, reducing injuries and deaths
and increasing their lifespan - so it is not without benefit for the
individual cat.
I doubt a man would volunteer to be castrated to stop him from getting
involved in fights.
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Ed Pawlowski
2021-07-16 14:51:04 UTC
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Post by Brian Gaff (Sofa)
Unfortunately the difference is that humans go not go around in the middle
of the night having sex randomly with other humans without taking
precautions. How do you tell a cat to take the pill?
I suppose they could do a vasectomy on the males, but tomcats would
still go around spraying their urine everywhere.
Would they?  Surely with being vasectomised (Wd?) they would stop
all aggressive behaviuor including marking their territory.
They don't do a vasectomy though, they cut their balls off. Different
results.
Indeed. For tomcats, it decreases their urge to roam, causing less
conflict with other cats and with vehicles, reducing injuries and
deaths and increasing their lifespan - so it is not without benefit
for the individual cat.
I doubt a man would volunteer to be castrated to stop him from getting
involved in fights.
Real men train them
https://www.reddit.com/r/videos/comments/dyt9y/shaolin_monks_train_their_testicles_for_combat/
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-16 17:12:43 UTC
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Post by Max Demian
Post by Brian Gaff (Sofa)
Unfortunately the difference is that humans go not go around in the middle
of the night having sex randomly with other humans without taking
precautions. How do you tell a cat to take the pill?
I suppose they could do a vasectomy on the males, but tomcats would
still go around spraying their urine everywhere.
Would they? Surely with being vasectomised (Wd?) they would stop
all aggressive behaviuor including marking their territory.
They don't do a vasectomy though, they cut their balls off. Different
results.
Indeed. For tomcats, it decreases their urge to roam, causing less
conflict with other cats and with vehicles, reducing injuries and
deaths and increasing their lifespan - so it is not without benefit
for the individual cat.
I doubt a man would volunteer to be castrated to stop him from getting
involved in fights.
Real men train them
https://www.reddit.com/r/videos/comments/dyt9y/shaolin_monks_train_their_testicles_for_combat/
I'm disappointed, I was expecting them to attack each other with them, after stretching the sack to 2 feet long.
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-19 17:04:14 UTC
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Post by Brian Gaff (Sofa)
Unfortunately the difference is that humans go not go around in the middle
of the night having sex randomly with other humans without taking
precautions. How do you tell a cat to take the pill?
I suppose they could do a vasectomy on the males, but tomcats would
still go around spraying their urine everywhere.
Would they? Surely with being vasectomised (Wd?) they would stop
all aggressive behaviuor including marking their territory.
They don't do a vasectomy though, they cut their balls off. Different
results.
Indeed. For tomcats, it decreases their urge to roam, causing less
conflict with other cats and with vehicles, reducing injuries and
deaths and increasing their lifespan - so it is not without benefit
for the individual cat.
I doubt a man would volunteer to be castrated to stop him from getting
involved in fights.
Humans can override their instincts and make rational decisions, unlike
cats - at least most humans.
You have no idea how the cat's mind works, since nobody has ever had a conversation with one. Your superiority complex is showing. Humans are not better than another species and have no right interfering with it.
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2021-07-15 19:43:41 UTC
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Post by soup
Would they? Surely with being vasectomised (Wd?) they would stop all
aggressive behaviuor including marking their territory.
You don’t get that result with any of humans, cats or dogs. `
ROTFLOL! Auto-contradicting senile pest!
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It's not up to us to change their ways. You wouldn't like it if a cat did it to you. Humans need to stop playing god.
Post by Brian Gaff (Sofa)
Unfortunately the difference is that humans go not go around in the middle
of the night having sex randomly with other humans without taking
precautions. How do you tell a cat to take the pill?
Besides, Cats seem to nearly always be on.
Would you prefer to be over run with feral cats and dogs instead? Just look
at what has happened to the fox population in towns.
Brian
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-15 17:14:43 UTC
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Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You go to jail.
Pets aren't people.
If you believe that, you don't deserve to have a pet. What you've got there is a farm animal.
Rod Speed
2021-07-15 19:39:42 UTC
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Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as
they would treat a child. Guess what happens when you
neuter your child? You go to jail.
Pets aren't people.
If you believe that, you don't deserve to have a pet.
What you've got there is a farm animal.
Not if you don't eat it, shear it, eat its eggs or ride it.
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-16 17:10:00 UTC
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Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as
they would treat a child. Guess what happens when you
neuter your child? You go to jail.
Pets aren't people.
If you believe that, you don't deserve to have a pet.
What you've got there is a farm animal.
Not if you don't eat it, shear it, eat its eggs or ride it.
Bullshit.
Some farm animals are not eaten, sheared or ridden, including some that
don't lay eggs.
Cow?
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-16 17:10:13 UTC
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Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as
they would treat a child. Guess what happens when you
neuter your child? You go to jail.
Pets aren't people.
If you believe that, you don't deserve to have a pet.
What you've got there is a farm animal.
Not if you don't eat it, shear it, eat its eggs or ride it.
Then it's a failed farm animal.
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-16 17:00:31 UTC
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Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example)
considered acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet
should treat them as they would treat a child.
Guess what happens when you neuter your child?
You go to jail.
Pets aren't people.
If you believe that, you don't deserve to have
a pet. What you've got there is a farm animal.
No problem. I don't want to own anything that shits.
Don=E2=80=99t you own your own body ?
Who did you sell it to ?
A strange idea, most people rent their body out.
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-16 17:01:09 UTC
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Pets aren't people.
If you believe that, you don't deserve to have a pet. What you've got there is a farm animal.
No problem. I don't want to own anything that shits.
Me either. I like dogs and had some while growing up,but I do not want
to own one. Too much trouble to keep up.
I lived in the city but was very good friends with a boy I worked with
in a grocery store for a couple of years when I was around 16. His dad
had a small dairy farm. Just mention cow and that boy would start on a
cussing rampage about how he hated those things. They were a twice a
day milking and all the other work he had to do growing up.
That told me that I did not want any animals to look after.
They're less hassle than kids.
Rod Speed
2021-07-15 19:43:58 UTC
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Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as
they would treat a child. Guess what happens when you
neuter your child? You go to jail.
Pets aren't people.
Nutering some pets makes them more like pets instead
of wild animals from what I have been told. Also helps
to keep the unwanted animal population down.
You could say the same about neutering some people.
We need to neuter a lot. 7 billion is an unworkable population.
Bullshit, it works fine.
Why do people keep on adding to it?
Because for plenty it's the only purpose in their lives
and for others its go have someone to look after them
when they cant do that for themselves anymore.
Peeler
2021-07-15 20:18:40 UTC
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On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 05:43:58 +1000, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

<FLUSH the two subnormal sociopathic cretins' endless absolutely idiotic
blather>
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Another typical retarded conversation between our two village idiots,
Birdbrain and Rodent Speed:

Birdbrain: "You beat me to it. Plain sex is boring."

Senile Rodent: "Then fuck the cats. That wont be boring."

Birdbrain: "Sell me a de-clawing tool first."

Senile Rodent: "Wont help with the teeth."

Birdbrain: "They've never gone for me with their mouths."

Rodent Speed: "They will if you are stupid enough to try fucking them."

Birdbrain: "No, they always use claws."

Rodent Speed: "They wont if you try fucking them. Try it and see."

Message-ID: <***@mid.individual.net>
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-16 17:13:23 UTC
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Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered
acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as
they would treat a child. Guess what happens when you
neuter your child? You go to jail.
Pets aren't people.
Nutering some pets makes them more like pets instead
of wild animals from what I have been told. Also helps
to keep the unwanted animal population down.
You could say the same about neutering some people.
We need to neuter a lot. 7 billion is an unworkable population.
Bullshit, it works fine.
Might in Australia. Most of the world lives way too close together.
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Why do people keep on adding to it?
Because for plenty it's the only purpose in their lives
and for others its go have someone to look after them
when they cant do that for themselves anymore.
Or they like naked kids running around the house.
Peeler
2021-07-16 19:47:14 UTC
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On Sat, 17 Jul 2021 05:12:32 +1000, cantankerous trolling geezer Rodent
Speed, the auto-contradicting senile sociopath, blabbered, again:

<FLUSH the two subnormal sociopathic cretins' endless absolutely idiotic
blather>
--
Another typical retarded "conversation" between Birdbrain and senile Rodent:

Senile Rodent: " Did you ever dig a hole to bury your own shit?"

Birdbrain: "I do if there's no flush toilet around."

Senile Rodent: "Yeah, I prefer camping like that, off by myself with
no dunnys around and have always buried the shit."

MID: <***@mid.individual.net>
Commander Kinsey
2021-07-16 17:01:44 UTC
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Why is neutering animals (pet cats for example) considered acceptable? Anyone who owns a pet should treat them as they would treat a child. Guess what happens when you neuter your child? You go to jail.
Pets aren't people.
Right. If you pet is terminally ill, you have him "put down" in a gentle
painless way. For Grandma, they stop giving her food or water until she
dies. Do that to your pet and you will be arrested.
Indeed, another stupid thing people do.
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