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Hey Woodsman I thought that you left?

So still here, you truely have something aginst cats, that is fine but if you want to get your point across you need to chill.  Do you know how many people have cats as pets in the world?  I don't but no doubt it is a lot!  These people don't have them because they don't like them, your ranting will fall on deaf ears here.

I got a cat, think I saw her out infecting some rabbits in the back yard just this morning.  So just how long does it take to wipe out the local wildlife population?  Hope it is quick those darn rabbits are eating the crap out of my garden!

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I got to admit it but I thought that I had heard and read just about everything, but now here comes a ultra cat hater.  Cats herding mice to your home?  Come on now if you are going to come up with a story at least make it believable.  I do agree with you that owls, and foxes make great mousers but so do a few cats and for that matter how about a few snakes.  I remember at a mine that my dad worked in in Nevada couldn't keep cats around due to the coyotes and bob cats in the area but they have very few mice.  Then one night while I was in the outhouse I heard something on the floor.  I turned on the flashlight and there was a nice 4 or 5' snake on the floor by my feet.  I told my dad about it the next morning and then he proceeded to show me a couple more snakes up in the rafters of the cabin that we were staying in.  Now those were some mousers.

So if you hate cats that is fine but don't start telling stories about how we are all going to die because of them. 

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I Don't Try To Argue Nor Reason With Mind Controlling Parasites

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxoplasmosis#Epidemiology

"The U.S. NHANES (1999–2004) national probability sample found that 10.8% of U.S. persons 6–49 years of age, and 11.0% of women 15–44 years of age, had Toxoplasma-specific IgG antibodies, indicating that they were infected with the organism."

I don't bother arguing with nor trying to reason with parasitic cysts in a person's brain that are controlling their reasoning and thinking processes. You might, but I don't. It's a waste of any sane and non-parastizied person's time.

Have yourself tested to find out if it is you or the parasite posting your nonsense. Based on the content of your posts, I vote it's the cat-parasite that is doing the talking for you.

Funny, men who won't even ask for directions will unknowingly allow their minds to be controlled by a cat-parasite. It doesn't get any funnier than that.

 

 

 

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Now anyone that doesn't agree with you is a victim of cat-induced mind control?  Although this may explain the 2008 election, the hair on the back of my neck goes up thinking about neighbors that live near this kind of convoluted anger.  IMO this isn't funny anymore.  I haven't seen anything like this since this guy:

http://weatherwars.info/

However, the weather guy isn't killing things.

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Brilliant Expat! You've

Brilliant Expat! You've finally solved that nagging question I've had since the 2008 election - how can sane, rational people vote the way they did? Cats! It's all the cats' fault and those doggone parasites controlling our brain. Now I just need to know how the democrats figured that one out? Or maybe they are just all parasite infested as well, and incapable of making sense. Heck, I'm sure that's what happened to Wiener. He did ask for a leave of absence, I bet he's going for treatment for those parasites right now.

Wonder if we'll be seeing that as a defense in the court of law soon as well? Sorry judge, I really was not in control of my decisions and actions - the parasites made me do it! 

Seriously woodsman - you need to come up with some better documentation for your cat parasite explanations than wikipedia. 

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Watching T. gondii control their minds ...

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Seriously woodsman - you need to come up with some better documentation for your cat parasite explanations than wikipedia. 

Seriously cowgal, you need to have yourself tested for T. gondii. The cysts in your mind seems to have made you completely miss post #20. Here's some further info to run through your usual methods of retaining your immense bliss by way of self-inflicted ignorance.

Toxoplasmosis and psychology: A game of cat and mouse

http://www.economist.com/node/16271339?story_id=16271339&fsrc=nlw|hig|06-03-2010|editors_highlights

 

How does it feel to have no deeper thought processes than a cat parasite's cyst?

 

 

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And you obvioulsy missed the part in the Scientific American article that this was about mice and rats not humans. I quote from the article "Human toxoplasmosis is usually considered to be symptom-free (what doctors refer to as asymptomatic). Exceptions are patients with a weakened immune system and the unborn (hence the need for pregnant women to avoid cleaning cat-litter boxes)."

The article also noted that 10% of the American population is infected, however 80% of French and various numbers in other countries. It did not sound like it was time to sound the alarms. I'll wait for the CDC to make a ruling on this. 

You still have not posted anything that convinces me of an impending health issue for humans. 

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You can't make a parasite see itself...

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You still have not posted anything that convinces me of an impending health issue for humans. 

Of course I haven't. Not to you, nor anyone else whose minds are being controlled by a cat's parasite.

The parasite's cysts in your mind are doing exactly what it's supposed to be doing. Preventing you from taking any action or comprehending anything that is detrimental to the future survival of this parasite in your mind.

Scary how that works. Isn't it.

Thanks for proving it so succinctly.

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After rereading all the post

After rereading all the post here I have come to the conclusion that Woodsman001 is a confirmed case of the parasite's cysts from cats.  Help!

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Parasitized Minds Are Trying To Ensure Its Survival

Critter wrote:

After rereading all the post here I have come to the conclusion that Woodsman001 is a confirmed case of the parasite's cysts from cats.  Help!

Impossible. I'm doing everything in my power to rid my environment of this parasite. Those who are infected by this parasite are doing everything in their power to ensure its survival.

You need to have yourself tested for T. gondii antibodies.

 

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