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    Quote Originally Posted by rosarugosa View Post
    I have read recommendations that one should get one's house blurred on Google maps so that potential housebreakers don't use the picture to help develop a strategy for B&E. So it might be that and just a coincidence that it is one of your stigmatized properties of interest.
    Yes, maybe so. I had someone "dox" me, on acccount of a tree out front that the city "trimmed" for the good of the people(ha) and screwed it up. But thats a story for another time. But yeah---blurring mifght be an ounce of prevention, in some cases. But, with the Ammmityville house and the old Clutter place, etc., it is wasted effort. Not gonna do any good. See?

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    Okay---I know summa you kids like cats, because they taste like chicken, but I keep 'em strictly as petts. So anyway-- here's a photo of my kitten that was living in my yard last summer for weeks, before I was able to catch her. She was pretty skinny & it was incredible that she could survive on her own at that age. But, now she has gotten plump (& yeah, she's a spay) and I have important projects to see to today, but she's currently napping on my lap. So, I have to wait until she is rested, before I can get up. Ha. But yeah---she's a dark grey marble tabby, though her markings are faint. She is very(x4444) lively, at times. Yup.2023-05-28 (8).jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlebittybobby View Post
    Okay---I know summa you kids like cats, because they taste like chicken, but I keep 'em strictly as petts. So anyway-- here's a photo of my kitten that was living in my yard last summer for weeks, before I was able to catch her. She was pretty skinny & it was incredible that she could survive on her own at that age. But, now she has gotten plump (& yeah, she's a spay) and I have important projects to see to today, but she's currently napping on my lap. So, I have to wait until she is rested, before I can get up. Ha. But yeah---she's a dark grey marble tabby, though her markings are faint. She is very(x4444) lively, at times. Yup.2023-05-28 (8).jpg
    She is so sweet; of course you must not disturb her!

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    Awww... such a cutie. And the projects will wait - lap-napping cats are definitely the priority!
    To give pleasure to a single heart by a single act is better than a thousand heads bowing in prayer." Mahatma Gandhi
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    Quote Originally Posted by rosarugosa View Post
    She is so sweet; of course you must not disturb her!
    But yeah---You are so right. What I do is wake the catts gently, so they have advance notice that they must relocate, to continue their nap. Yup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happystuff View Post
    Awww... such a cutie. And the projects will wait - lap-napping cats are definitely the priority!
    Okay---On behalf of my littlebittykitty, I TYVM. I do not know how she got here; maybe some person follwing the lost petts FG-book page figured I could use another one. That being said---I do NOT care to go to shelters anyway. As if I need to. Another thing is----different catts have different personalities. Maybe not in as wide a range as people, but still, they do differ. I figure many of them lose their homes, because they don't meet their former "owners" expectations. But yeah--you prolly realize that. Just showing yopu I realize that.

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    Okay----I was doing some reasearch on Very Important Subjects, particularly those that are bizarre, strange, and tragic. Ha. As Usual. But I found something----not really trivial---but I was not aware of it. So anyway, in 1964, the Beatpools(your fav-o-rite group)went "on Tour" in the USA. This was in August-September. They were raking in the bucks on account of arenas packed with screaming teeny-boppers. Yup. They EVEN made a stop in Zurra, only after a promoter offered them 3-times their usual fee. But that's not the only thing. Their management had hired a small airline & a pilot(who happened to be the owner), to fly them around the country. But yeah--it went well, I guess. But, just two years later, the same plane/same pilot crashed while attempting to land at the airport in Ardmore, Okelhoma, killing 80-some people. But yeah---the very same plane & pilot! The crash investigators concluded that the pilot experienced a "medical episode", and lost control. Hope that helps you some. Thankk mee.2023-05-15 (4).jpg

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    Okay----Just the other day, a little ol' 2006 Toyoda Carolla, driven by a 51-year old wummun, was on Hwy 39, that road I told you about, where the school teachers were hit after one o' 'em missed a stop sign? Well, the Carolla crossed the center line, and hit 5 motorcycles, head on. What a doofus. Yup. 4 people on the cycles were killed, several others went to the hospital, severely injured. All the vehicles were totaled, 'cordin to the hi-way batroll, but I bet I could fix at least one. But no---the ol' gal in the Carolla, managed to survive. Oh, boy. Didn't I tell you kids Traffic is Murder? Yup. Hope that helps you some.2023-06-04 (1).jpg2023-05-15 (4).jpg

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    Okay----Thankks to gummmint largesse, I was able to expand my file cabinet collection by two units. Total cost: $1.78. These are really nice, though they're 27 years old, and I need to order a key(something that is pretty simple). So anyway, I drove----just got out and DROVE---my 1977 GMC the 6 miles over to the Conservation Commission maintenance "shed" which is a shop building that is built to last. Ceilings in the shop are prolly 16' high, and the whole thing has A.C.! But yeah---loaded 'em up and brought 'em home. I did make a stop at Aldis for vegetable oil(a staple of dog food) and Aldi choclit bars, and also 1/2 case of aldi canned catt food, which I use very sparingly, now. The catts had a package of sliced-up hott doggs for lunch. Hope that helps you some.

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    Okay----Not sure if I showed you kids this Famous Grave in Iwah, but in case I didn't, here it is. So anyway---Don Jones was the unfortunate victim of a collision between the car he was a passenger in, and one driven by a guy who swerved into the oncoming lane and went sideways. See----the one who swerved was driving a 57 Chevy and his wife was a passenger who was an actress named Judy Tyler. They persished in the crash, too. But yeah---Judy Tyler had just finished making a Mooo-vee with Elvis, called; "Jailhouse Rock". It is a great moo-vveee, IF you like Elvis mooo-vvveees. See? But yeah----too bad no one had the foresight ta put those cars in a museum. Or at Graceland. Yup.2023-06-10 (3).jpg2023-06-10 (5).jpg2023-05-15 (4).jpg

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