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  # 1212603 12-Jan-2015 15:24
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Come on now, I'm sure it's possible! If nothing else, won't someone please think of the children!!??!?!  wink

There must be a way. The neighbour's cat just sits in our driveway annoying the heck out of our dog. It's the barking dog that gets the blame for everything!




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Personally I would get a Gareth Morgan. Highly effective. would recommend A+++++++




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Add to the annoyances of uncontained cats, the one that ran across the road tonight right in front of me.  Came out from behind a parked car and fortunately sanity prevailed and I hit the brakes instead of the petrol, else I would have had the trouble of washing blood off my bumper.

My wife thinks I should design an IP controlled water pistol with a camera so from work we can watch the lawn and shoot the cat (with water).  At least we'll have some fun.




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  # 1215584 15-Jan-2015 17:13
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How about a picture of Gareth Morgan ?

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Niel: Add to the annoyances of uncontained cats, the one that ran across the road tonight right in front of me.  Came out from behind a parked car and fortunately sanity prevailed and I hit the brakes instead of the petrol, else I would have had the trouble of washing blood off my bumper.

My wife thinks I should design an IP controlled water pistol with a camera so from work we can watch the lawn and shoot the cat (with water).  At least we'll have some fun.


http://projectsentrygun.rudolphlabs.com/




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