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Dubious by DubiousForever
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GOP Birth Control?
by DubiousForever
Aug 03, 2013 | 2068 views | 6 6 comments | 35 35 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
NOT...LOL!
NOT...LOL!
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Bullville style...
Bullville style...
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Cat wuz right!  This is fun...LOL!
Cat wuz right! This is fun...LOL!
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TEA Partiers Welcome!
TEA Partiers Welcome!
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From The New York Daily News -

 

Thrill-seekers will soon be running with the bulls when they’re unleashed in  several cities across the country, officials said.

The Pamplona-inspired Great Bull Run will begin an eight-state tour after a  wild, man-vs.-beast event at a drag-racing strip just south of Richmond, Va., on  Aug. 24, organizers said.

About 5,000 people have already signed up for the inaugural bull run, despite  the high risk for injury or death.

Since 1924, 15 people have been killed in the famed San Fermin festival in  Spain — which Jets coach Rex Ryan ran in last month. The most recent death was  in 2009, when a 27-year-old man was gored in the neck and chest by a rogue bull  named Capuchino.

“By participating in the run, you accept the risk that you might be trampled,  gored, rammed or tossed in the air by a bull, or bumped, jostled, tripped or  trampled by your fellow runners,” the event states on its website.

“We do what we can to minimize those risks by using less-aggressive bulls  than those used in Spain and allowing runners to hide in nooks and climb over  the track fence if necessary, but make no mistake: you could get seriously  injured at this event.”

Even with the harsh warning, about 50 people a day continue to sign up for  the first run with about 2,000 people already planning to take part in a second  event in Georgia, the group’s co-founder and chief operating officer, Rob  Dickens, told the Associated Press.

Other bull runs are planned for cities in Texas, Florida, California,  Minnesota, Illinois and Pennsylvania.

The daring events have long caused opposition from animal rights groups.

“These events are a shameful example of cruelty for the sake of nothing more  than entertainment and profit,” Ann Chynoweth, senior director of The Humane  Society of the United States’ End Animal Fighting & Cruelty Campaign, told  the AP.

“These companies put the health and safety of both humans and animals at risk,  without the required federal oversight,” she said. “We call on the USDA to  investigate these entities immediately.”

But the organizers of the Great Bull Run argued the claims and said that they  are “wholly committed to the health and safety of the animals we work with.”

Dickens said the fenced-in courses will be safer for runners than the narrow,  cobble-stoned streets of the Pamplona event made famous by Ernest Hemingway in  his 1926 novel, “The Sun Also Rises.”

The bulls will be released in waves of six at a time to give more space and a  “better opportunity to complete the course safely,” Dickens said.

He also said the group’s choice in livestock won’t pose the same danger as  the bulls used in Spain.

“We’re not using the Spanish fighting bulls that are bred to be very  aggressive for the entertaining aspect of bullfighting,” Dickens said.

He argued that the purpose of the event is to give a sense of adventure for  aspiring mozos.

“You can go running down the street any time you want, but to run with bulls  — that's something that doesn't come along very often,” Dickens said.

By Joe Kemp With News Wire Services -

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DubiousForever
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August 05, 2013
I like my steak on the rareish side...LOL!!!

Are You Ready? Caturday Preparations...
by DubiousForever
Aug 03, 2013 | 1824 views | 3 3 comments | 36 36 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
It's time...
It's time...
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The matchup...
The matchup...
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The call...
The call...
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Memories...LOL!
Memories...LOL!
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What:  NFL HOF Game

When:  Sunday, August 4, 2013  7PM CDT

Where:  NBC

Who:  The Dallas Cowboys vs. The Miami Dolphins

Why:  BECAUSE IT'S FOOTBALL SEASON!!!
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DubiousForever
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August 03, 2013
I know, I know...but it's FOOTBALL...LOL!

Let's Do Lunch...
by DubiousForever
Aug 03, 2013 | 1643 views | 3 3 comments | 31 31 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
Check it out...
Check it out...
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GOP Obstructionism Plan.
GOP Obstructionism Plan.
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TEA Alternative.
TEA Alternative.
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GOP Media take.
GOP Media take.
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Wikilynx has provided the content of the "lunch" Republicans so fear...

From the Houston Chronicle - 

Texas Gov. Rick Perry fares worse against Hillary Clinton than any other potential Republican presidential candidate, according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll.

Perry, who says he is thinking and praying about a possible 2016 presidential candidacy, trails the former Secretary of State by 16 percentage points — 52 percent to 36 percent — in a hypothetical general election match-up. House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan also trails Clinton by 16 points, 53 percent to 37 percent.

The strongest Republicans included in the McClatchy-Marist poll were New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (6 percentage points behind Clinton) and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (down by 8 points).

In a GOP primary contest, Perry places a poor seventh at 4 percent. Freshman Texas Sen. Ted Cruz finished sixth with 7 percent.

Cruz was not known by enough voters nationally to make a statistically valid match-up against Clinton.

The top tier of GOP contenders were Christie, Ryan and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. But no potential candidate topped 15 percent in a wide-open race.

By Richard Dunham -
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DifferentView2
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August 03, 2013
I just ready great line about the obstructionist Sen. Mitch McConnell from his Democratic contender, Alison L. Grimes.

"If doctors told McConnell that he had a kidney stone, he's refused to pass it."

ROTFL!

T G I Caturday!
by DubiousForever
Aug 03, 2013 | 2218 views | 2 2 comments | 34 34 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
Keep the beer cold, I'll be right back...
Keep the beer cold, I'll be right back...
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DV2 telling me about it...
DV2 telling me about it...
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LW weighed in...
LW weighed in...
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Sup?, feelark...LOL!
Sup?, feelark...LOL!
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Yea, I made it (like I had a choice)...LOL!
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DifferentView2
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August 03, 2013
Ha, ha--I'd mew you would succumb to purr pressure. LOL!

Dubious Day Out.
by DubiousForever
Jul 28, 2013 | 1845 views | 2 2 comments | 47 47 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
Un-huh...lol!
Un-huh...lol!
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The Intention...
The Intention...
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Onlookers...
Onlookers...
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The catch...
The catch...
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And yet again I am sorry I missed Caturday, but there were things to do...
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DifferentView2
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July 29, 2013
At least you're able to fillet your own meals. LOL!

Science Corner.
by DubiousForever
Jul 21, 2013 | 1935 views | 1 1 comments | 44 44 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
From People's World -

 

(Satire) -- Virginia Gov. Bob  McDonnell's proclamation declaring April Confederate History Month could lead to evidence that would further  validate the theory of evolution.

As we all know, evolution is the change in the inherited  traits of a population  of  organisms through successive generations. These changes generally lead to more complicated and more efficient  forms of life, particularly in the case of human beings.

Beginning in 1981 with the election of Ronald  Reagan, the Republican Party has provided evolutionary biologists a unique and novel opportunity to identify changes that have taken place in the evolution  of humans since they branched off from an ancestor we have in common with  the monkeys.

Scientists have discovered the social and political  actions of the Republican Party during this period seem to be signposts of the evolutionary process going in reverse. In a sort of self-inflicted "reverse engineering", the Republicans are devolving.

The scientific community is looking forward with  excitement to see if the process continues and, indeed, if once begun, is it  reversible.

In addition to the possible insights about  evolution to be learned from studying the devolution of Republican humans, scientists anticipate profound changes in their understanding of earth sciences  because the concept of devolution has hitherto been thought a biological  fallacy.

And for the Republican Party, will the future show  that past is truly prologue?

By Bill Appelhans -

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DubiousForever
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July 21, 2013
Wipe your feet.

Gotta Love Caturday.
by DubiousForever
Jul 20, 2013 | 1698 views | 2 2 comments | 33 33 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
Sup?
Sup?
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Did someone mention Twilight Zone?
Did someone mention Twilight Zone?
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"I didn't purposely obstruct and try to cause a trainwreck..."
"I didn't purposely obstruct and try to cause a trainwreck..."
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Resistance is futile.
Resistance is futile.
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Ahhhh, another day with rain, keep 'em comin'... 
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July 28, 2013
This one is for you, Dubious. One question about the cover--are there any relatives in South Africa?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akZPQFzyROo

There Can Only Be One.
by DubiousForever
Jul 18, 2013 | 1965 views | 2 2 comments | 33 33 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
DubiousForever.
DubiousForever.
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The Imposter Dubious4ever.
The Imposter Dubious4ever.
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DV2 knows the difference.
DV2 knows the difference.
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Make my day...
Make my day...
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In case there is any confusion...LOL!
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July 19, 2013
No confusion at all for experienced catbloggers. LOL!

Governor Abbott.
by DubiousForever
Jul 14, 2013 | 1959 views | 6 6 comments | 33 33 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
Rick explains the situation to Abbott.
Rick explains the situation to Abbott.
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Texas GOP Leadership flowchart template.
Texas GOP Leadership flowchart template.
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Party Platform.
Party Platform.
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The real Greg Abbott?
The real Greg Abbott?
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Had to do some research on this one...
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July 18, 2013
I received some information that the pictures from this past Caturday have finished developing. With recent developments there are some doubts as to whether it was Dubious or Dubious?

I'm thoroughly vetting the sources for the photos in an effort to avoid an embarrassing retraction and apology. More as the story, uh, develops. LOL!

President Perry.
by DubiousForever
Jul 14, 2013 | 2036 views | 2 2 comments | 30 30 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
It only works for cats.
It only works for cats.
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That bad huh?...
That bad huh?...
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All socialism aside...
All socialism aside...
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Political Announcement.
Political Announcement.
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Sorry I missed Caturday, I was too busy LOLing at this one...
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July 14, 2013
Dubious,

Don't ya know dat ya messed up by ditching us on Caturday? Furtunately, Wikilynx in coopurration with the NSA dogumented your weekend catventures dat will be hissclosed in a litter anemeowncement.

Your pawprints and furballs were all over the place. LOL!

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