This reminds me of what Irene kept saying at Shasta.
There seemed to be more than one little fuzzy lapdog running around
Everytime Irene saw one she would say,'Oh look, they brought their polishing
mitten with them.' It was cracking me up. I pictured her grabbing one by
its four legs and using it to buff out my car wax. She probably would of done
it to if I would not of let her.
At 9:48 PM -0700 7/13/00, Fred Katz wrote:
>Bill the cat! That's it!
>Cats can be very useful around the garage; one good use is as a shop rag.
>One neighbor had a white cat that started hanging around my roadster. Until
>it decided to take a rub underneath the roadster. The frame hadn't been
>degreased in ages. Can you picture a reverse image of a skunk? The cat
>owner freaked and I never saw the cat near my car again.
>Another one got stuck under my mom's B110/1200 dash and I had to work an
>hour yanking it out by the tail. Cleaned out all the dust and spiderwebs.
>Yet another one hitched a ride home in the engine compartment for a 30 mile
>ride. As a car horn they're not quite loud enough, as I couldn't hear it
>until I pulled into the driveway. Any other good uses for cats?
>> From: SPL311RDST@aol.com
>> To: email@example.com
>> Subject: Re: who needs vandalism?-ACK!
>> Date: Thursday, July 13, 2000 9:13 AM
>> In a message dated 7/12/00 10:42:35 PM US Mountain Standard Time,
>> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>> > Ewwuuu! I've been using a bucket of Chem-dip parts cleaner solvent to
>> > some parts, and it takes a couple days. So how long did the barf take?
>> > the research data pans out maybe we'll all be looking for cats.
>> > Fred - So.SF, CA
>> So howabout some Ipecac in the 9-Lives?!?!?!?!?? (in the parts section no
>> less!) <G>
>> (now the SNL fake commercial for hair-ball stuff is running through my
>> thanks guys <groan>) <ACK> <ACK> <ACK> (Bill the cat just floated
>> there as well!)
>> Of course that is a real danger - I remember Mom's cats getting locked in
>> Dad's garage over the years and all sorts of kitty-revenge happened.
>> in his toolbox, leaving turds in the kitty litter on the oily spot
>> the Olds ( OK - they get small credit for trying on that one!) having
>> in the back seat of the XK6 that had the windows down, 1/2-eaten dead
>> left all week in the middle of his carb-rebuilding projects, jumping in
>> of fresh drained tranny fluid....... you get the picture.
>> Laurie :-)
>> 70 SPL311
>> 69 SRL311
>> Chandler, AZ
>> (Putting some Pepto Bismol next to MY kitty's dish just in case <G>)