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Dubious by DubiousForever
Jun 21, 2012 | 3957 views | 0 0 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

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T G I Caturday!
by DubiousForever
Aug 03, 2013 | 2126 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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August 03, 2013
Ha, ha--I'd mew you would succumb to purr pressure. LOL!

Dubious Day Out.
by DubiousForever
Jul 28, 2013 | 1702 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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July 29, 2013
At least you're able to fillet your own meals. LOL!

Science Corner.
by DubiousForever
Jul 21, 2013 | 1805 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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July 21, 2013
Wipe your feet.

Gotta Love Caturday.
by DubiousForever
Jul 20, 2013 | 1566 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 | 1818 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 | 1817 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 | 1907 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!

Maybe?
by DubiousForever
Jul 06, 2013 | 643 views | 1 1 comments | 31 31 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
Perhaps...
Perhaps...
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Not again...
Not again...
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Critics everywhere...
Critics everywhere...
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That's right!...
That's right!...
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From the NHC -

  A SURFACE TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE IS PRODUCING SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OVER PORTIONS OF THE WESTERN AND CENTRAL GULF OF MEXICO. THE TROUGH IS EXPECTED TO MOVE GENERALLY NORTHWARD AT 5 TO 10 MPH OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS TOWARD THE TEXAS AND LOUISIANA COAST. UPPER-LEVEL WINDS ARE ONLY MARGINALLY CONDUCIVE FOR DEVELOPMENT TO OCCUR...AND THIS SYSTEM HAS A LOW CHANCE...20 PERCENT...OF BECOMING A TROPICAL CYCLONE DURING THE NEXT 48 HOURS. REGARDLESS OF DEVELOPMENT...THIS DISTURBANCE WILL LIKELY PRODUCE PERIODS OF LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL AND GUSTY WINDS ACROSS PORTIONS OF TEXAS AND LOUISIANA BY SUNDAY.
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July 06, 2013
T G I Caturday!

Texas GOP: Increase Spending and Increase Government Regulations.
by DubiousForever
Jun 30, 2013 | 3684 views | 3 3 comments | 44 44 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
Lunatic in Charge.
Lunatic in Charge.
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Unless home is Texas.
Unless home is Texas.
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The Majority?  Really?
The Majority? Really?
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Meanwhile...
Meanwhile...
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So, what is all this costing you and what are you really getting from it?

From KHOU-

 

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Hundreds of abortion rights activists ensured that the first special legislative session descended into chaos. Now, Texas Gov. Rick Perry has convened a second one and urged abortion opponents to respond with mobilizations of their own.

That means the Texas Capitol will again be the center of an ideological battle over abortion when lawmakers return to work at 10 a.m. Monday. The bell the clerk rings in the House for members to register their attendance could be reminiscent of a boxing match — announcing round two of a larger political slugfest.

The Legislature finished its regular session May 27, but Perry called lawmakers back immediately for 30 more days to pass new voting maps based on the 2010 census, approve funding for major transportation projects statewide, tighten sentencing guidelines for 17-year-olds convicted of capital murder and impose new restrictions on abortion.

Redistricting maps were approved, but Democratic Sen. Wendy Davis of Fort Worth filibustered for more than 12 hours to kill a wide-reaching abortion bill and, in the process, derail the transportation and juvenile justice measures.

As the midnight deadline loomed Tuesday, Republicans used parliamentary technicalities to silence her, but hundreds of protesters in the public gallery and surrounding Capitol corridors cheered so loudly that senators on the floor weren't able to hear and couldn't pass the bill before the clock the ran out.

The scene was chaotic enough that Sen. Donna Campbell, a New Braunfels Republican, called for the gallery to be cleared. She said that with lawmakers now heading back, "I believe more presence by law enforcement will help keep disruptive behavior from thwarting the democratic process."

She said in an email that more families may turn up to express their views and "every Texan's voice deserves to be heard. Not just the noisiest and unruliest."

A repeat scene seems unlikely. Texas Department of Public Safety state troopers provide security at the Capitol, and department spokeswoman Katherine Cesinger said the agency doesn't discuss its plans.

"However, when necessary, we will adjust our security measures as a situation merits," she said.

Some of the same protesters already have planned a rally at the state Capitol on Monday, but there may not be much action for them to see. Both the House and Senate could simply gavel in long enough to assign committees to hear new versions of the bills they plan to pass, then adjourn for the rest of the week that includes the July 4 holiday.

But Perry says he expects lawmakers to get their work done more quickly this time, making it harder for a filibuster to talk any proposed legislation to death.

"I want the Legislature to be getting work done that actually that they had, by and large, finished," he said.

House Speaker Joe Straus and Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, who oversees the Senate, haven't revealed plans to do anything differently in the second special session — but it's lost on no one that moving through the process faster, and ensuring both chambers carry out final votes long before the end of the session, will limit Democratic stall tactics and make any possible filibuster moot because too much time would be left.

The legislative process now starts over, with lawmakers filing bills, committees holding public hearings on each, then passing them to both full chambers to consider. That means reviving the proposals Davis and the protesters killed: banning abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy, requiring that the procedure be performed at ambulatory surgical centers, and mandating that doctors who perform abortions obtain admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles.

Supporters say such limits will safeguard women's health, but opponents argue the upgrades facilities will have to undergo to meet the new requirements are so costly that they will force nearly every abortion provider in the state to close. Dewhurst has acknowledged that the ultimate goal is to shutter abortion clinics.

Meanwhile, some of the Legislature's most outspoken critics of abortion, including state Sen. Dan Patrick of Houston, have refiled bills that stalled even before Davis' filibuster — hoping they can push through even stricter restrictions. Patrick, who has announced he will run next year for lieutenant governor, revived one of his pet projects — a bill placing more rules on the use of abortion-inducing drugs such as RU-486.

Davis, who donned pink tennis shoes for the marathon speech that made her an overnight political sensation nationally, hasn't said if she'll try something similar again. And, calling more special sessions has squashed Democratic stonewall tactics before.

In 2003, House Democrats fled to Oklahoma to keep the chamber from making quorum and passing new redistricting maps that benefited Republicans. When Perry called a first and then second special session, Senate Democrats headed to New Mexico. But the maps were approved during a third extra session that year.

Even so, Gilberto Hinojosa, chairman of the Texas Democratic Party, vowed: "As this last week has shown, we are ready to fight."

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June 30, 2013
Judging from the amount of buzz going on, we have a real movement starting here, thanks to Wendy. There are several online petitions going on to draft her to run for Gov in 2014--our first real chance at the office in years. She could beat King Rick, Dewhurst, or whatever other charlatan the Repubs decide to go with. After all, we just had a norther after a 105 degree day!

They're Back.
by DubiousForever
Jun 29, 2013 | 1632 views | 2 2 comments | 40 40 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
Even Grumpy Cat is onboard.
Even Grumpy Cat is onboard.
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I'm not sure if they actually have pizza...
I'm not sure if they actually have pizza...
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And they buy me a pint...LOL!
And they buy me a pint...LOL!
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The dog in Dog and Bee.
The dog in Dog and Bee.
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It's great to have a pub again...
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June 29, 2013
And remember that the free ID that Texas is issuing as a result of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act being overturned is not valid at the Dog and Bee.

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