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#29778 19-Jan-2009 11:44
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Little plotting buggers they are,
Gonna escape from the zoo one day,
You'll know I'm right when you see them running along Vivian st on the news
EVIL

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  #190500 19-Jan-2009 12:17
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Jesus

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  #190501 19-Jan-2009 12:20
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Not even Jesus can save you from something that evil

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  #190508 19-Jan-2009 12:35
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Fully...


They're all cute until you realise they're viscious baby killers Laughing




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  #190511 19-Jan-2009 12:40
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BurningBeard: Fully...


They're all cute until you realise they're viscious baby killers Laughing


Your definitely right with that one,
They'll kill entire litters if they don't want them or if they just don't feel the timing is right

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  #190548 19-Jan-2009 15:19
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That's nature for ya!  Cruel, incestuous, unfair, brutal.  But if it wasn't for that, there'd be 50-million more meerkats than there is already -  half of them would be mentally retarded or insane, disease-ridden, disruptive, and eventually extinct. Sound like another species? Hmmmmmm.

Ever wondered just how many humans there would be if we weren't messing with things? One evolutionist theorised the number would be around half a million. Surprised

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  #190553 19-Jan-2009 15:40
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But anyone with the will to live has a much greater advantage over one without it
No one has the right to do anything,
"Rights" only exist in the mind of human rationalization
And human nature is definitely not rational

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  #190557 19-Jan-2009 16:32
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rjbusee: But anyone with the will to live has a much greater advantage over one without it


Most definately. Somebody undergoing medical treatment for a terminal ilness who is has an absolute will to fight will usually survive, or survive longer than the person who has given up. 

Many animals know when their number is up, and crawl away to die.

"Rights" only exist in the mind of human rationalization
And human nature is definitely not rational


Again, I agree. Very well put. Internal concepts we project onto the world, and others.

Classic... a single pic of a Meerkat and already we're heading into philosophical grounds! LOL

Back to the pic at hand... I would definately NOT mess with that little beastie. I would defiantely come off second best. Probably would end up covered in scratches and missing an eyeball. Yell




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  #190560 19-Jan-2009 16:46
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Classic is right haha

Those things would just keep going till you had no face

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#190616 19-Jan-2009 20:52
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johnr: Jesus


Cute and friendly, aren't they?




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  #190619 19-Jan-2009 20:56
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cokemaster:
Cute and friendly, aren't they?


Hahaha, tell another joke
You wont be sayin that when you have no face because you tried to pat one

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