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Too many Kitties??? Sunday Funnies V
Monday November 14th 2005, 8:58 am
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Good morning Driving Socrates.

We are going to start our post off right…with an extremely gory photo…Parental Guidance is suggested.

Feeding frenzy:
feeding frenzy

Movie Poster of the week:
christopher walken is

Cool Science photo of the week:

Coming soon to a space program near you.
gravitational tractor

Optical illusion of the week:
incredible illusion

Here’s a rare photo of an exhibit coming to a local zoo in Kansas:

Intelligent D-Zine zoo


We just couldn’t resist including another kitty photo:

Here are latest polling figures from Texas:
Texas banning gay marriage

And finally our sign for the week:

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Man, I love the kitty pictures, and the Christopher Walken poster cracked me up!! Thanks!!

Comment by veronika 11.14.05 @ 5:44 pm

How about a Sunday Funnies dedicated to all the humorous takes on “Intelligent Design”? I imagine there’s quite a bit out there in print and cartoons galore. Let’s see more!

Comment by tao 11.14.05 @ 7:12 pm

That kitty picture is just too damn cute. It’s so funny how kittens and puppies and babies seem to be narcoleptic at times. But I wonder…who feed their kittens out of an aluminum pie tin? That’s a little weird. This is my favorite post so far! The billboard is a great statement. Keep ’em coming!

Comment by shelby 11.15.05 @ 4:36 pm

I had swedish meatballs and mashed potatoes with creamed corn at “family dinner” last Sunday. That pie tin kitty is EXACTLY how I FELT! Yikes.

Comment by zoe 11.16.05 @ 3:19 pm

another good one buddy. this is turning into a cute pets page – i love kitties!!!

Comment by andrei hedstrom 11.17.05 @ 10:23 pm

I love the kitty pictures

Comment by corey schmutzler 04.13.06 @ 7:12 am

I wounder if anything will poof into that cage

Comment by Anonymous 04.13.06 @ 7:13 am

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