I am taking a break from dusting (something I hate!!) to update those of you who get worried when I don't post for awhile.
First, I broke my own comments when I got too busy with work and the holidays to clean the spam from them. I have to decide how to proceed from here. I can pay to upgrade my MT and utilize the new antispam features or I can take time to install something totally new. I will probably pay to upgrade MT because I surely do not have extra time lying around. Now for the rabbit story....
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I got up early this morning to do some work and Ben got up with me. That pretty much put an end to the work idea but I have learned a lot. In a span of about ten minutes we covered the following:
- He counted the pets in this house. Six - not counting the two fish tanks - and he loves them all except the birds are pretty noisy.
- He's quite convinced Em is going to kill him when they get home because he accidentally stepped on her Shania Twain CD case and broke it.
- He thinks Dozer looks like a cop dog because he's big and brown and black.
- Shadow needs CatTV from the computer because it teaches cats stuff like how to eat with chopsticks.
- On channel 24 there was a thing about farts. Everyone farts. Even cats but cats are silent farters so you can't even hear them but you can sure smell them. And the guy who did this program said "Be sure to know your farts and let 'em rip!"
- Some cats can exercise. On this one thing this cat did this thing called a cat wedgie and also cat tae bo.
Like I said, I'm getting no work done but this is much more fun. He is still sitting here jabbering away about Em's cat and how she likes tuna and tuna is healthy and this guy on Batman, when he sees a dead fish, he goes like this and eats the whole thing...
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How hard is it to wrap the crackers up when you are done with them? I can do it but you cannot seem to. Is this another special skill I possess that should be on my resume?
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