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Old 05-29-2012, 11:14 PM   #1
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drove by this sign as I was setting up a job. I had to get out as it looked as if someone wrote in it
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"I'm Sorry" signed "The Cat Killer"
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Old 05-30-2012, 01:20 AM   #2
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Wtf..where was this sign gabe?

Is it wrong that i laulghed
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love it...
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That is sad.
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The cat probably committed "suicide by car" after finally escaping from someone so neurotic as to post such a sign.
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Cat owner and neurotic in the same sentence is redundant.
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Gee, how do dog owners react when their pup gets run over by a hit and run?

With glee ????



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It was probably some b!tch on her cell phone.
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I particularly like the "25mph = Alive" part.

And yes 25mph might = alive, IF YOU'RE HUMAN or an elephant or something. But for a cat, 25mph means it would just get squashed slower.

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I think he/she meant that 25mph you will have time to react when cat jumps on the road from no where.
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I think he/she meant that 25mph you will have time to react when cat jumps on the road from no where.
bloody hell I have issues spotting deer when they jump out, a cat would stand no chance
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Like Fred Sanford use to say. I,m not wrecking my ten thousand dollar automobile over some two dollar cat!
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Bummer. Im not much of a cat person, but pets are pretty much like family members for most people.

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Ya know, you could have the greatest cat in the world, but you still have a box of sh1t in your house.
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Man, I can just feel the love in this thread!

I've run into darn near every sort of critter there is. My favorite was the pigeon who did a kamakaze dive off an overpass to spear my headlight as I passed beneath.

Still, even allowing for inane behavior by the critters, I can account for the volume of roadkill only if I accept that there are some demented folks out there that actually aim at them. These 'hunters' are especially loved in March, when the skunks are mating.

I'm sorry for Snowey, but it's a dangerous world out there. That's why my cats are kept indoors.
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I drove over a cat with a 18 wheeler once....felt really bad about that.
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I drove over a cat with a 18 wheeler once....felt really bad about that.
At least it was probably quick

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I drove over a cat with a 18 wheeler once....felt really bad about that.
Did you stop and back up you see what you hit?
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While me and two friends were riding in one of woodsy neighborhoods (nice curvy road), a gray squirrel darts out from the left, I put the binders on and come to a dead stop before hitting it. The squirrel had stopped also. We both wait a second or two. I start to go, the squirrel starts to go. I brake. The squirrel stops. I yad on the throttle and accelerate as fast as I can. The squirrel LEAPS head first under my front wheel.

I think that was the last time I did anything to alter fate.

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