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February 24, 2005


Episode #347.

(Thanks to Rick Kuhn)


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hey, Stray Cats would be a ........huh?

oh, well never mind then.

That explains yesterday's lunch special.

I *was* going to harp on the stupidity of the principal, but then they threw in that bit about the rabies clinic at the end... So it was poor judgement on the part of the organizers; I feel sorry for the principal.


Oh my gosh, I forgot to be funny!

our tax dollars at work AGAIN

as an educator, I can only....ROFL

The Peter Principle is alive and working fine, y'all

Ewww...so that's what was in my old high school's mystery meat.

Contrary to the felines in this story, none of the members of TacoCat have been fixed.

I can see that there are lot of Einsteins in Washington!..WTF were they thinking???!!!

julietine -- I'm not convinced thinking was involved.

1) "Mr. McElroy said he didn't inform parents about the clinic because organizers did not want the community to be overwhelmed with people who wanted to get their pets spayed or neutered."

2) One pop-up - didn't have a problem. ?

3) Isn't this just like the story about the parents suing the school over food alergies?


Here kitty,kitty, kitty. Here kitty, kitty, kitty.

The Post had a similar news story.

Leetie - but how many members of Taco Cat SHOULD be fixed?

I don't care, as long as it's not me or the bass player.

They never thought of finding an empty warehouse?!?!?!?!?!?

Officials: Hey, if we spay and neuter cats in the school cafeteria, we can eat lunch while we're doing this!

Voice of reason But won't we leave lots of cat dander, cat hair and slime that could affect the children?

Officials Who's making the spaghetti? Let's get started!

Dear sir,

My cats and I were shocked to read this story. How wicked can people get.

Arthur Pratt.

Sidcup, Kent

But the HEALTH DEPARTMENT said it was ok...

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