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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
    Cats love me but frankly, they are totally silly and stupid creatures. Even goats can be more deceptive and more tricky. And rats can learn a lot more.

    We often assume that cats care about us and express "human-like" emotions, but they clearly don't: they're just following their instincts, and nothing more.

    Cats are useless, a little bit like the infamous tribbles of Star Trek. Or like the koalas.
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    Who's talking shit about cats?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post

    Cats are useless, a little bit like the infamous tribbles of Star Trek. Or like the koalas.

    Cats don't have enough fecundity to be tribbles. Perhaps rabbits?

    I wish tribbles were real.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msg_v2 View Post
    Cats don't have enough fecundity to be tribbles. Perhaps rabbits?
    Their fecundity rate can be quite tribble-like nonetheless.

    A typical female cat can have has many as 20000 descendants in just four years of active sexual life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    Cats love me but frankly, they are totally silly and stupid creatures. Even goats can be more deceptive and more tricky. And rats can learn a lot more.

    We often assume that cats care about us and express "human-like" emotions, but they clearly don't: they're just following their instincts, and nothing more.

    Cats are useless, a little bit like the infamous tribbles of Star Trek. Or like the koalas.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    Their fecundity rate can be quite tribble-like nonetheless.

    A typical female cat can have has many as 20000 descendants in just four years of active sexual life.

    What's a cat's sexual promiscuity/Pro-Life position got to do with their intelligence or how they relate to humans? This is like one of those embarrasingly bad smear campaign commercials I always see the elderly politicians doing on TV.

    *sigh* Try to make all the sense you want at people about this.. The fact of the matter is- kitties just don't give a damn enough to prove anything to us in terms of intellect. They're badass.



    And they do absolutely love humans.
    (Some of us. *cough*)


    You're welcome to provide concrete data to attempt to prove otherwise, of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by subwayrider View Post
    Can you explain that one?
    Something about weaving intricate invisible webs out of nothing sort of thing.
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    Has anyone here successfully administered the MBTI exam to an animal? If so, were the results consistent, reliable, validated, and repeatable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moniker View Post
    Why stop at animals when you can Type Inanimate Objects?
    Let's get more absurd and type our own hallucinations!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Such Irony View Post
    Let's get more absurd and type our own hallucinations!
    Let's get serious and type our religion, our political beliefs, our sexual preference, our race and our nationality.

    Everybody a type, and a type for everyone.

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