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Dcjtee wrote:
Can anyone recommend a fast acting poison to kill cats?

If the owners won't keep the f*ckers out of my garden then bait
is the answer!


Simple answer - get a dog. It's well documented that cats and dogs don't
get on. See "Tom and Jerry" for references.

Alternatively you could stay off the caffeine and put some of your
energy into solving some of the real problems in the world.

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Dcjtee wrote:
Can anyone recommend a fast acting poison to kill cats?

If the owners won't keep the f*ckers out of my garden then bait
is the answer!


Simple answer - get a dog. It's well documented that cats and dogs don't
get on. See "Tom and Jerry" for references.

Alternatively you could stay off the caffeine and put some of your
energy into solving some of the real problems in the world.
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On Fri, 26 Mar 2004 13:46:24 +0000 (UTC), "Mike" wrote:

argument becomes pointless.


snipped more repeats than BBC put out

If you cannot understand this, you are blinkered.


No Mike, it's the old stud that has the blinkers.

Time for the knackers yard?
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On Fri, 26 Mar 2004 13:46:24 +0000 (UTC), "Mike" wrote:

argument becomes pointless.


snipped more repeats than BBC put out

If you cannot understand this, you are blinkered.


No Mike, it's the old stud that has the blinkers.

Time for the knackers yard?
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Old 02-04-2004, 04:18 AM
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Xref: kermit uk.rec.gardening:194317

Dcjtee wrote:
Can anyone recommend a fast acting poison to kill cats?

If the owners won't keep the f*ckers out of my garden then bait
is the answer!


Simple answer - get a dog. It's well documented that cats and dogs don't
get on. See "Tom and Jerry" for references.

Alternatively you could stay off the caffeine and put some of your
energy into solving some of the real problems in the world.


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On Fri, 26 Mar 2004 13:46:24 +0000 (UTC), "Mike" wrote:

argument becomes pointless.


snipped more repeats than BBC put out

If you cannot understand this, you are blinkered.


No Mike, it's the old stud that has the blinkers.

Time for the knackers yard?
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Xref: kermit uk.rec.gardening:194317

Dcjtee wrote:
Can anyone recommend a fast acting poison to kill cats?

If the owners won't keep the f*ckers out of my garden then bait
is the answer!


Simple answer - get a dog. It's well documented that cats and dogs don't
get on. See "Tom and Jerry" for references.

Alternatively you could stay off the caffeine and put some of your
energy into solving some of the real problems in the world.
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On Fri, 26 Mar 2004 13:46:24 +0000 (UTC), "Mike" wrote:

argument becomes pointless.


snipped more repeats than BBC put out

If you cannot understand this, you are blinkered.


No Mike, it's the old stud that has the blinkers.

Time for the knackers yard?


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