From: His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the Movement of Tantra-Hammock on
On Jul 10, 12:08 am, Hachiroku ハチロク <Tru...(a)e86.GTS> wrote:
> On Fri, 09 Jul 2010 10:06:50 -0700, His Highness the TibetanMonkey,
> Creator of the Movement of Tantra-Hammock wrote:
>
> > It's no secret we live in a wasteful society of supersized cars/SUVs,
> > supersized homes, too much lighting, too much junk food, and too big
> > pets... Have you thought about the consequence of owning cats and dogs,
> > particularly those dogs that look like a horse?
>
> Nah. Large pets have a place, too...
>
> http://www.mostfunnypictures.com/pics/318.jpg

Some people just stop short of owning a lion...

http://picture.funnycorner.net/funny-pictures/5987/this-dog-looks-like-a-lion.jpg

From: His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the Movement of Tantra-Hammock on
On Jul 9, 7:13 pm, Forrest Hodge <f...(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
> On 7/9/2010 4:36 PM, His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the
>
> Movement of Tantra-Hammock wrote:
> > On Jul 9, 4:29 pm, Jeff Thies<jeff_th...(a)att.net> wrote:
> >> His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the Movement of
>
> >> Tantra-Hammock wrote:
> >>> It's no secret we live in a wasteful society of supersized cars/SUVs,
> >>> supersized homes, too much lighting, too much junk food, and too big
> >>> pets... Have you thought about the consequence of owning cat and dogs,
> >>> particularly those dogs that look like a horse?
>
> >>> Under the Wisdom of the Jungle (aka "the wise ways of the monks") it
> >>> makes sense to have no pet at all, support the wildlife and become
> >>> part of it. But for those of us who are forced to live in the cage
> >>> (due to the dangers out there, aka "the jungle"), it makes all the
> >>> sense in the world to have small pets such as parakeets and mice.
>
> >> These aren't really pets you can get much enjoyment out of. They are
> >> basically pets for people that can't have a real pet.
>
> > A "real pet"? That could only be a monkey, but he would also be like a
> > brother.
>
> > Parakeets and mice are pets for all occasions. I have my mice sleeping
> > next to my computer in the daytime while the parakeets are up and
> > viceversa.
>
> What do your mice and parakeet do for you? Do they have a practical
> purpose? My dog (Lab) will pull the automatic pool vacuum out of the
> water if I tell her to.

I think you need a slave, or at least a robot.

My pocket pets do this for me:

1- The keets sing,

2- They are colorful,

3- They inspire me to go outside where they go into ecstasy,

4- The mice inspire me to work out, but my bicycles are out of the
question, so I go into deep sleep in the hammock.
From: His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the Movement of Tantra-Hammock on
On Jul 10, 12:32 am, MajorOz <Majo...(a)centurytel.net> wrote:

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> On Jul 9, 11:29 pm, "His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the
> Movement of Tantra-Hammock" <nolionnoprob...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:

> > Some people just stop short of owning a lion...

> >http://picture.funnycorner.net/funny-pictures/5987/this-dog-looks-lik...

> Good God.........there is actually some logic to this rant.

> oz

There is, there is... One reason is that birds around here are
terrorized or nowhere to be found because the feral cats are fed by
crazy ladies.

Solution? So many hungry people in the world don't know about the
protein value of cats. Do they have cats in Somalia or Haiti?
From: His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the Movement of Tantra-Hammock on
Notice that I do not necessarily endorse eating cat, just some
viewpoint that doesn't seem to be mainstream. But what happens if
there's a national emergency, and everybody goes scrambling for food?
What will happen as we deplete the resources of the Earth, right
before cannibalism?

'PWEETA fully supports your right to eat cat (felis domesticus), or
any other game meat in the privacy of your own home. On a
"libertarian" medium like the Internet, there is no end of sites
dedicated to the construction of homemade bombs and weapons of mass
destruction. However, a quick check on any search engine will uncover
a striking lack of quality cat eating advice available in English.

The day may come, for whatever reason - rioting, pestilence, famine,
or just plain curiosity - you will need to eat a cat. Your very
survival may depend on this handy guide.'

http://www.ooze.com/ooze13/cats.html