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1992-1999 Series I L27 (1992-1994 SE,SLE, SSE) & Series II L36 (1995-1999 SE, SSE, SLE) and common problems for the Series I and II L67 (all supercharged models 92-99) Including Olds 88's, Olds LSS's and Buick Lesabres Please use General Chat for non-mechanical issues, and Performance and Brainstorming for improvements.

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Old 09-30-2002, 10:52 PM   #11
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Sorry BUT with all these stray F%#king cats in my nieghbourhood I'm getting sick & tired of them peeing on my tires & mags, using my garden as their personal litter box & scaring all the birds away! My wife runs a dayhome from our house & she doesn't need any of the kids finding any "PRESENTS" in the backyard if you know what I mean!
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Hey Al your signature is getting bigger than the messages you post
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That may be true this time time, but you know I'm long winded!
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Sorry BUT with all these stray F%#king cats in my nieghbourhood I'm getting sick & tired of them peeing on my tires & mags, using my garden as their personal litter box & scaring all the birds away! My wife runs a dayhome from our house & she doesn't need any of the kids finding any "PRESENTS" in the backyard if you know what I mean!
Still!!! I'm sure he loved his cat very much and it was still really mean of you!! When I read it I almost cried. It'* so sad...it'* like actually losing a member of the family, and you wouldn't have said that if it was a person, would you?

Besides, cats ALWAYS bury their poo, it'* the dogs that don't. And cat'* don't spray on tires, that'* dogs too.
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Yeah, but cats are CATS. And they smell too, hehe
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Sorry BUT with all these stray F%#king cats in my nieghbourhood I'm getting sick & tired of them peeing on my tires & mags, using my garden as their personal litter box & scaring all the birds away! My wife runs a dayhome from our house & she doesn't need any of the kids finding any "PRESENTS" in the backyard if you know what I mean!
Still!!! I'm sure he loved his cat very much and it was still really mean of you!! When I read it I almost cried. It'* so sad...it'* like actually losing a member of the family, and you wouldn't have said that if it was a person, would you?

Besides, cats ALWAYS bury their poo, it'* the dogs that don't. And cat'* don't spray on tires, that'* dogs too.
CATS mark their territories too my dear! AS for the cold hearted remarks I make, I tell it as I see it! BLUNT & to the POINT! Remember THIS "Black Sheep" has a HEART OF STONE towards CATS!!!!
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Yeah, but cats are CATS. And they smell too, hehe
Are you CRAZY!? Cats are like 20 times cleaner than dogs. Dogs ALWAYS stink. Ever heard the expression "smells like a wet dog?" BLECH...cats don't smell when they get wet, and they are ALWAYS cleaning themselves, AND they don't roll in dead things.
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Cats may not smell when they get wet BUT HAVE YOU EVER TRIED GIVING A CAT A BATH! Now who'* playing with their life!
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Cats may not smell when they get wet BUT HAVE YOU EVER TRIED GIVING A CAT A BATH! Now who'* playing with their life!
You don't need to bathe them, they bathe themselves.

Besides, Alan, this wasn't about being heartless towards cats, it was being heartless towards Willwren :(
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If you're trying to make me feel bad mt dear, you might as well give it up now as it will never happen!
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