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Part-time avant garde shrubbery inspector who breaths fire and lets out a mighty YAHR!
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Poor Poor kitty. Frown


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Wow, Nel, he was pretty (but I would not have said that to his face within scratching distance).

I'm so sorry you lost him - I can imagine what a great life he had with you.

*hugs*


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I'm sorry, Nel. I know he meant a lot to you and was a great friend.

*hugs*


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Frown

*hugs all*


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im so sorry love......::hugs::


The 75 Delirians?
Umm well, number 2 is off sick, 38 is suffering from a mild case of sanity, and 74 has

run off to the world of men to spread sparkly gigglepops to their drab civilization.
Is she nuts?
Oh yes, she scored very highly on the entrance exam!
 
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Neil Cat

Neil kitty passed this afternoon after 17 years. He enjoyed meeting and intimidating many of you on your visits.

He was much loved and will be terribly missed.



*hugs*

He was glorious in his Demon Kitty way.


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Neil Cat

Neil kitty passed this afternoon after 17 years. He enjoyed meeting and intimidating many of you on your visits.

He was much loved and will be terribly missed.
Sorry to hear this, hon *hugs*


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Harry Morgan of M*A*S*H fame dies at age 96.
Appreciate at USAToday


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I'm so sorry to hear that, Nel. He was magnificent.


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One of the greats, Jerry Robinson

and Nel, so so sorry to hear about your cat (although he sounds like a character) sending you a million hugs Frown(
 
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My dad's cousin, a truly remarkable man. 100+ judges sang 'The 12 Days of Christmas' at the funeral this morning. Well, everyone sang, but the judges had to do the "five golden rings" part by themselves. Smile


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My dad's cousin, a truly remarkable man. 100+ judges sang 'The 12 Days of Christmas' at the funeral this morning. Well, everyone sang, but the judges had to do the "five golden rings" part by themselves. Smile


wow! as a person who isn't the most emotional in the world, that had me a little filled up, he sounds a great man and my thoughts to to you and your/his family *hugs*

and *huge hugs* for nel too on the loss of the fabulous neil cat.


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the parrot... ...i ate him.


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I guess it's a bad time for the cousins of Board fathers, because my dad's cousin Susan died Weds night/Thurs morning from a heart attack, went to the Wake today. (Yesterday technically, since it's after midnight my time).

She and my dad had gotten to be fairly close in recent years as he tried to improve relations with some of his family, and I always enjoyed talking books with her. She was that way with everyone, always with a recommendation for what show to see, what books to read, always finding a way to be unexpectedly helpful.

In the whole fractious mess that is my dad's family, she might have been the only one from his generation or before that no one seemed to have something against.

My favorite photo of her at the wake was her standing by a statue of a baseball player who is bent down in a batting crouch, and feeling up the statue's ass.

She was a little short of her 60th.



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Russell Hoban! Frown
Riddley Walker was my favourite book. or maybe The Lion of Boaz-Jachin and Jachin-Boaz. Or Amaryllis Day and Night.

They were all so wonderful and I thought he would never stop writing. He was 86.


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Christopher Hitchens


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RIP Chris


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Said this on Twitter, but I'll say it here where I can use more words:

The reactions to Hitchens' death from people who generally agree with each other are surprisingly disparate.

People tend to either admire his atheism and his intellect, or decry his politics - particularly his sharp turn towards the right on matters of foreign policy and his pro-life position.
 
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Vaclav Havel. One of my heroes.


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Vaclav Havel. One of my heroes.

Mine, too, despite his approval of the invasion of Iraq.
I was 11 (going on 12) during that gloriously hope-filled summer and autumn of 1989, and my parents took me with them to the demonstrations and candle-chains week after week. It changed my life forever, and it wouldn't have happened without the Czech(oslovakian)s and Havel. It was the first time I realized that politics isn't something old men do in their ivory towers, it's what we, the people on the street, do. And every single one of us can change it.
 
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Get ready for things to get real interesting.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-il


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