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Old 07-04-2022, 07:15 PM   #241
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I dunno, I once witnessed a human take off a greasy old ball cap in a theatre, pour popcorn into it, eat the popcorn, then put it back on his head. So YMMV. I didn't witness him eating his feces off the ground though, but I can't say for certain he wouldn't have done that.

Was he bald at least?
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Old 07-04-2022, 07:58 PM   #242
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Nobody does it like Sliver, that's for sure.

I drove through the Banff/Jasper highway recently and couldn't help chuckling about Sliver's "build more mountain town" threads
Sliver is 1,000,000% correct about build more mountain towns. It's actually insane there isn't more people who agree with us on this, but for preserving the thousands and thousands and hundreds of thousands of square kilometers of pristine nature, instead we have to somehow figure out how to box in a bazillion people on two town blocks in Banff. It's absurd haha
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Old 07-04-2022, 08:20 PM   #243
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Was he bald at least?
No, scraggly thinning long greasy hair.
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Old 07-04-2022, 08:59 PM   #244
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No, scraggly thinning long greasy hair.
So it was an Oilers fan!
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Old 07-04-2022, 09:48 PM   #245
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So it was an Oilers fan!
Actually, it might have been Mike Smith.
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Old 07-04-2022, 11:34 PM   #246
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Your family sounds a touch eccentric on the whole.
And maybe also on the hole...
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Old 07-05-2022, 12:55 AM   #247
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I have to ask, and expect to be disappointed with the answer, but you have converted your entire family to Islam, right Sliver? Cause if you don't know the Islamic people's feelings on dogs...
Join us, Sliver. Come for the dog hate, stay for the eternal salvation.
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Old 07-05-2022, 01:05 AM   #248
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Researchers at North Carolina State University are inventing technology to decode dog talk. Hari Sreenivasan visits a computer science lab that has designed a harness to monitor physiological and emotional changes and send wireless commands through vibrations, which could be used with guide animals or search and rescue dogs.

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Old 07-05-2022, 01:34 AM   #249
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Islam has a lot of work to do to climb the rank of religions i would join at gunpoint.
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Old 07-05-2022, 08:18 AM   #250
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https://www.reddit.com/r/science/com...tm_name=iossmf

This is interesting and makes sense.

Dogs are less gross now.
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Old 07-05-2022, 08:31 AM   #251
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This is part of what bothers me. You take a thing with thoughts, feelings and desires and remove its freewill and break its spirit until all interactions and behaviours are optimized for you.

I LOVE animals, and will probably keep adopting them while there are a bunch suffering alone in small cages at the shelter because we insist on breeding more of them. That said, I think the concept of pet ownership is totally messed up.

I still haven't heard a compelling reason as to why the life of a dog or cat is worth more than the factory farm chicken or cow that lives a dreadful life only to be slaughtered and keep the cuter dogs and cats alive to serve their largely one way relationships with us.
That's an uncomfortable subject no one wants to talk about.

But I will say that any highly trained dog I have known seems to lead a very happy life, so I'd submit it's a two-way street between dog and it's master.

They both get something out of the relationship.
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Old 07-05-2022, 09:26 AM   #252
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This has been quite the read.

As someone who didnít grow up with dogs my wife and I just last week decided to adopt a puppy. We went back and forth on this a lot and decided we needed something hypoallergenic, non shedding, and small to medium in size.

I will say it has been a ton work, but I havenít experienced much grossness other than cleaning up his accidents indoors. Heís still too young to go on walks and meet other dogs, but we havenít had any regrets at all. We have also hired a professional to come help us train him because I agree dogs with bad manners are a pain to be around- especially if guests arenít dog people.
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Old 07-05-2022, 09:37 AM   #253
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You know what else are pretty gross? Vaginas.

They’re right next to where poo and pee come out and they themselves excrete all kinds of things, the least of which is clumpy globs of blood. They can stink pretty bad if not taken care of too. They spread diseases, which can even be deadly.

Having said this, I still love them.
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You know what else are pretty gross? Vaginas.

Theyíre right next to where poo and pee come out and they themselves excrete all kinds of things, the least of which is clumpy globs of blood. They can stink pretty bad if not taken care of too. They spread diseases, which can even be deadly.

Having said this, I still love them.
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Hahaha omg. Not something I expected to read on CP.
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I'm sure on CalgaryDogPuck.com the dogs have a thread called "Human's are gross"


"Look they don't take the time to clean their butts properly"


"They poop into water and flush it down to the water gods, what a waste of perfectly good food"


"They're embarrassed when they fart or take credit for it. That's just gross"
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Old 07-05-2022, 10:11 AM   #257
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Hahaha omg. Not something I expected to read on CP.
Itís a metaphor!
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Old 07-05-2022, 10:36 AM   #258
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Sliver is 1,000,000% correct about build more mountain towns. It's actually insane there isn't more people who agree with us on this, but for preserving the thousands and thousands and hundreds of thousands of square kilometers of pristine nature, instead we have to somehow figure out how to box in a bazillion people on two town blocks in Banff. It's absurd haha
The only practical places to build new mountain towns are in valleys. But valleys are the natural habitats and corridors of wildlife.

It would be like saying you’re going to replace only 0.5 per cent of the pavement in Calgary with public green-spaces, but that pavement was Deerfoot, Crowchild, and Glenmore.
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Old 07-05-2022, 10:47 AM   #259
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The only practical places to build new mountain towns are in valleys. But valleys are the natural habitats and highways of wildlife.

It would be like saying youíre going to replace only 0.5 per cent of the pavement in Calgary with public green-spaces, but that pavement was Deerfoot, Crowchild, and Glenmore.
Those valley's are fataing huge. Why don't we try a thing where we split the valley in two so animals get their half and we get ours? It's not like it's this insurmountable challenge to build a town. Plus, for every mountain there is a valley. We have enough mountains/valleys to build a town a year for the next thousand years and we'd still have room for another 50,000 towns. The world will crash into the sun before we exhaust all the real estate available to us.
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Those valley's are fataing huge. Why don't we try a thing where we split the valley in two so animals get their half and we get ours? It's not like it's this insurmountable challenge to build a town. Plus, for every mountain there is a valley. We have enough mountains/valleys to build a town a year for the next thousand years and we'd still have room for another 50,000 towns. The world will crash into the sun before we exhaust all the real estate available to us.
People are so selfish and narcissistic....no wonder I don't want to live on this planet anymore.
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