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Old 06-26-2010, 05:12 PM   #21
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when i was eight, i was given the task of drowning kittens by my aunt ruth. I filled a large laundry sink with room temperature water and held the eight kittens under. As each kitten died and sank to the bottom, it turned and rested 'snuggled' to the previous. I put them in a garbage bag and was carrying it out when the bag moved and i heard a meow. I opened the bag and found one kitten had survived. So i drowned it again.
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Joe, that was absolutely refreshing. There was no humor taken into consideration by me, I was just happy to know that there is more to MT.net than cat lovers.
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When I was eight, I was given the task of drowning kittens by my aunt Ruth. I filled a large laundry sink with room temperature water and held the eight kittens under. As each kitten died and sank to the bottom, it turned and rested 'snuggled' to the previous. I put them in a garbage bag and was carrying it out when the bag moved and I heard a meow. I opened the bag and found one kitten had survived. So I drowned it again.

Dayumm.... I need to start going back to church after that.
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IIRC, that's from http://www.27bslash6.com/
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When I was eight, I was given the task of drowning kittens by my aunt Ruth. I filled a large laundry sink with room temperature water and held the eight kittens under. As each kitten died and sank to the bottom, it turned and rested 'snuggled' to the previous. I put them in a garbage bag and was carrying it out when the bag moved and I heard a meow. I opened the bag and found one kitten had survived. So I drowned it again.

I promised to look after a friends cat for the week. My place has a glass atrium that goes through two levels, I have put the cat in there with enough food and water to last the week. I am looking forward to the end of the week. It is just sitting there glaring at me, it doesn't do anything else. I can tell it would like to kill me. If I knew I could get a perfect replacement cat, I would kill this one now and replace it Friday afternoon. As we sit here glaring at each other I have already worked out several ways to kill it.

The simplest would be to drop heavy items on it from the upstairs bedroom though I have enough basic engineering knowledge to assume that I could build some form of 'spear like' projectile device from parts in the downstairs shed. If the atrium was waterproof, the most entertaining would be to flood it with water. It wouldn't have to be that deep, just deeper than the cat.

I don't know how long cats can swim but I doubt it would be for a whole week. If it kept the swimming up for too long I could always try dropping things on it as well. I have read that drowning is one of the most peaceful ways to die so really it would be a win win situation for me and the cat I think.
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What does drowning stupid useless cats have anything to do with not being at a megameeet? It's the Johnny cochrane response to the OJ Simpson trial on southpark...it just doesn't make sense!!!
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If you are going to cite an example, at least quote the content!
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