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[#] Sat Jan 30 1999 14:03:00 EST from Miss Angel Kitty @ Feathers & Furballs

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Why are cats often misunderstood and rarely truly understood?

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 19:01:00 EST from Quag Meyer @ Feathers & Furballs

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We always wear protective eyewear when using power tools, but why don't we ever think about protecting our lips? Is it because we don't think we have anything that important to say?

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 19:01:00 EST from Quag Meyer @ Feathers & Furballs

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Why are so many people still trying to find a cure for Lou Gehrig's disease?
I mean, he's been dead for quite some time, hasn't he? Or am I thinking of some other ball player?

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 18:00:00 EST from Matt Copeland @ JACS

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Why do dogs have a distict smell? I can always tell if someone has a dog as soon as I walk into their house. The dog smell permiats everything.

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 13:00:00 EST from Pietas @ Feathers & Furballs

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Matt: Dogs wonder the same about people.

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 00:24:00 EST from Colin Wolfe @ JACS

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Why do people like cats?

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 15:07:00 EST from Pietas @ Feathers & Furballs

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Why do people own dogs that are smaller than cats?

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 23:00:00 EST from Matt Copeland @ JACS

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Perhaps, but dogs seem ok with it. :-) And I like cats better than dogs cause cats don't smell.

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 14:06:00 EST from Quag Meyer @ Feathers & Furballs

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You know how you can get a certain tune in your mind and you can't stop hearing it over and over? Why isn't there a word for that? There should be an easier way to say it than, "I can't stop thinking of [name of tune]."
If there were a word for it, you could say, "I'm [word]," and if the person you were speaking to was really interested, they'd say, "Really? What tune?", at which point you could tell them. If they weren't interested, they'd just say something like, "Oh," and you'd know not to pursue it. This seems much more efficient than our present system.

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 21:03:00 EST from Colin Wolfe @ JACS

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Why do people who love cats fancy Chinese food?

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 11:31:00 EST from Bob Kifferly @ JACS

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Ew.

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 23:36:00 EST from Colin Wolfe @ JACS

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Fair question, Quag. Why not suggest a term?

[#] Mon Jan 17 2000 12:15:18 EST from Theta @ Super BBS Network

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Actually there is a word for hearing a tune in your mind over and over etc. It is even a technical term ub a certain science. There is a reason it happens and there is a way of controling it.

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 16:00:00 EST from Matt Copeland @ JACS

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I would use that term. Make one up.

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 11:03:00 EST from Quag Meyer @ Feathers & Furballs

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No. I'm worried that if I make one up, I won't be able to stop thinking about it; then I'll have to make up a term for _that_.

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 11:23:00 EST from Felicity @ Feathers & Furballs

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And the cycle goes on and on.

[#] Wed Jan 19 2000 17:53:54 EST from Theta @ Super BBS Network

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Tune circling over and over in my mind. .. Well, it's long ago I got rid of that. By understanding what it is you can start it change it and stop it at will. Many people use the same mechanism that causes it in order to manipulate YOU acording to ANY of their wishes and hide the whole operation completelly. It is very, very easy and the victim never suspects anything, he or she thinks its t

[#] Wed Jan 19 2000 18:00:02 EST from Theta @ Super BBS Network

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They usually think it is their idea when it happens.

[#] Mon Jan 18 1999 21:03:00 EST from Matt Copeland @ JACS

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How about Toonstuck? I sure am toonstuck. Just an idea. Or clusterfuck.
Man, I am clusterfuck. That song was too catchy.

[#] Fri Dec 31 1999 16:05:00 EST from Matt Copeland @ JACS

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And what might this word be?

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