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Old Mar 16, 2004, 6:58 AM   #11
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THanks, everyone!
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Old Mar 16, 2004, 4:33 PM   #12
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It may just be in my past with drawing, but I really like the b&w. It has a great deal of contrast with the lights being right beside the darks. (sorry if I sound strange, I speak like a pencil artist) Other than the contrast, the angle of the cats head as mentioned above is very helpful in a mood setting. The cat seems almost contemplative, almost as if it were thinking something dark... Hmmm... Sorry, anywho, greawt pic and nice job!
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Old Mar 16, 2004, 4:49 PM   #13
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digital elemental, thanks for the compliments, but I can guarantee that cat is not pensive. She's dumber than a box of rocks but I love her anyway.
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Old Mar 16, 2004, 4:55 PM   #14
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She's dumber than a box of rocks but I love her anyway.
This made me laugh, and I thought it deserved being highlighted. :lol:
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LOL Just one example of her mentally challenged behavior (I won't bore you with more) - she ran across some water spilled on the floor, then right outside when it was sub-zero temperatures. She immediately stuck fast to the deck, and just stood there, meowing - not in pain, or puzzlement - just stood there. I had to go out, laughing, lifting each paw, breathing heat on it to melt it and peel it up, and keeping it off the deck while I did the others. All this while my washer was overflowing (the source of the water) because of frozen drain pipes.

So now, you can imagine all she's pondering is the static from a cable-less TV.

But, really, who's the idiot? I let my washer flood my kitchen so my cat wouldn't be inconvenienced...
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Old Mar 16, 2004, 5:47 PM   #16
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I have a few dumb-cat tales myself, but I mustn't get started. Mine come mostly from a kind-hearted idiot of a male Siamese... No! I will not do this.

Nice hat.
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lol! that is hilarious!!

i myself wouldn't mind some "dumb cat" jokes, i mean stories....lol
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