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How did the cat get so fat ?

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Also, on a related note, how did the cat come back the very next day?

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Also, on a related note, how did the cat come back the very next day?

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It found a Stargate, man.

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So, are you still taking questions here?

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What would be your ideal job?

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Either working on a grow farm for a dispensary in a legal state or as a film critic.

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I am indeed

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Ok then,

I was just talking with my girlfriend about... spicing things up a bit and I've heard that inviting Mary Jane along can make things... more intense. Neither of us hang out with MJ very much, the both of us have on occasion and I've never taken her to bed, I'm not sure about my GF I'd have to ask her, but anyway, would you recommend it?

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I absolutely recommend it...it enhances the experience tenfold for both of you...if you're looking for a strain thats best for that I recommend Trainwreck.

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Have you ever heard of Uriah Heep and if you have do you like them?

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Great 1970s eclectic hard rock band...really like "Stealin" and anything off of The Magician's Birthday...one of those bands whose religion tinged lyrics kind of rubbed me the wrong way...look at the lyrics of "Easy Livin'" for an example of what I'm talking about. Good band, great guitar work..and it doesn't hurt they chose to name themselves after a memorable, odious character from David Copperfield.

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Great 1970s eclectic hard rock band...really like "Stealin" and anything off of The Magician's Birthday...one of those bands whose religion tinged lyrics kind of rubbed me the wrong way...look at the lyrics of "Easy Livin'" for an example of what I'm talking about. Good band, great guitar work..and it doesn't hurt they chose to name themselves after a memorable, odious character from David Copperfield.

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The Who, Jethro Tull, Grateful Dead, Dead Kennedys, Slayer

My tastes are eclectic to say the least.

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