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Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88290 on: February 06, 2018, 03:25:41 PM »

Tiny one goes outside

Jeeze, Are those cats fixed? I can't believe Senda uses that awful baby voice out in public.

Cute cats, though.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88291 on: February 06, 2018, 03:30:52 PM »
Duh no.. George has the "parenting" skills

Haha, you must have laughed out loud while typing that in.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88292 on: February 06, 2018, 03:32:36 PM »
Even if it means they would get squished by a passing automobile. Cats have Free Will too.

If one of you evil sewergabbers had bought him a Highlander, these cats wouldn't be squished.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88293 on: February 06, 2018, 03:36:42 PM »
We know one of two things happened.

1. He sat on the cat
2. He left the door open by mistake and has no idea if the cat is inside or outside and he hasn’t seen it in two days so he has invented an alibi to allege that he saw the kitty outside nosing up to another one.

p.s. They are not mutually exclusive.


Evidently he finally looked under the couch...


In a few more days he will be able to smell the answer.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88294 on: February 06, 2018, 04:40:14 PM »
George make things up? Never.

And for a well known Senda Tall tale finly put on video we have this:


What do you mean? I'm always picking up stray water moccasins and letting them run free in my house. Venomous snakes need an indoor home too, you know.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88295 on: February 06, 2018, 04:54:50 PM »
What do you mean? I'm always picking up stray water moccasins and letting them run free in my house. Venomous snakes need an indoor home too, you know.

But did you catch the part about “I got banned from TWO racetracks because the horses with the jockeys on them would come over to me wanting attention.”?

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88296 on: February 06, 2018, 05:01:53 PM »
But did you catch the part about “I got banned from TWO racetracks because the horses with the jockeys on them would come over to me wanting attention.”?

lol, no. I missed it. I was too concerned about those poor stray fish that need homes. I just got to the part where he pet a cougar and it thanked him then walked into the wilderness. It's amazing he can pet a cougar but he has to put Little One in a stranglehold to be able to pet.




Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88297 on: February 06, 2018, 05:16:13 PM »
lol, no. I missed it. I was so concerned about those poor stray fish that need homes. I just got to the part where he pet a wild animal and it thanked him then walked into the wilderness. It's amazing he can pet a wild cat but he has to put Little One in a strangle hold to be able to pet

Your choice of words has me wondering about the validity of this story.  Also, Falkie failed to tell us what Jack Klugman thought about the situation.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88298 on: February 06, 2018, 05:17:26 PM »
Your choice of words has me wondering about the validity of this story.

lol. I changed my choice of words. That should make it more believable.

Have a heart! Those poor stray fish!

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88299 on: February 06, 2018, 05:25:50 PM »
Nah. Look at his demeanor. He doesn’t look at the camera at all. He is making it up and trying to remember what it was he made up.
I believe he thinks the screen is the camera.

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88300 on: February 06, 2018, 06:16:36 PM »
Someone really should call Animal Protection.

Brig, George is teaching/parenting his kitty cats to live happy independent balanced lives and you want to report him to "Animal Protection?"

Peta endorses George methods of Cat rearing by allowing each Kitty Cat to reach its full potential in a loving, caring and safe environment.

Praise George... "The ethical kitty cat herder"

He isn't raising laptop Kitty Cats for the sole entrainment and comfort of the Cat "slave" owner.

Cats have Free Wills too!

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88301 on: February 06, 2018, 06:42:40 PM »
George make things up? Never.

Here is a prime example of him not making things up.

He claims he picked the Eagles all season.
A quick look at his videos does show him picking other teams over the Eagles including him picking the Vikings to take them in the playoffs.
But he does say that he always pulled for them in his heart. So there is his truth.

And for a well known Senda Tall tale finly put on video we have this:


So let me get this straight, you don't believe that George rubbed the tummy of a Cougar in a Bart Train station and many birds have landed on his great upper body strength shoulders?

George is oblivious a "natural" multi species animal Whisper.

I once got cat scratch fever from a feral farm cat while trying to feed it a fish that I caught in a pond. You probably don't believe that either?

Some people have the gift, I don't.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88302 on: February 06, 2018, 06:46:37 PM »
So let me get this straight, you don't believe that George rubbed the tummy of a Cougar in a Bart Train station and many birds have landed on his great upper body strength shoulders?

George is oblivious a "natural" multi species animal Whisper.

I once got cat scratch fever from a feral farm cat while trying to feed it a fish that I caught in a pond. You probably don't believe that either?

Some people have the gift, I don't.

I didn't know cat scratch fever was anything but a lame song. I'm curious, did it make you allergic to cats? I know someone that had a cat as a young teenager but then got scratched by a feral one and became allergic. She still is years later.

Also, no, a cougar didn't walk into the BART station looking for food, saw Falkie and decided to get his belly rubbed. Many birds probably dropped their loads on his shoulders though, he's hard to miss.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88303 on: February 06, 2018, 06:52:39 PM »
So let me get this straight, you don't believe that George rubbed the tummy of a Cougar in a Bart Train station and many birds have landed on his great upper body strength shoulders?

George is oblivious a "natural" multi species animal Whisper.

I once got cat scratch fever from a feral farm cat while trying to feed it a fish that I caught in a pond. You probably don't believe that either?

Some people have the gift, I don't.

I know if he actually got banned from TWO racetracks it was either for begging or for arguing with the people at the betting window saying they sold him the wrong ticket. 

p.s. Those aren’t mutually exclusive either.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88304 on: February 06, 2018, 09:11:19 PM »
If one of you evil sewergabbers had bought him a Highlander, these cats wouldn't be squished.

I know we will all suffer the consequences of our actions inactions.

For less then one dollar a month from all of George's youtube subscribers he could buy a Highlander.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88305 on: February 06, 2018, 09:16:21 PM »
I didn't know cat scratch fever was anything but a lame song. I'm curious, did it make you allergic to cats? I know someone that had a cat as a young teenager but then got scratched by a feral one and became allergic. She still is years later.

Also, no, a cougar didn't walk into the BART station looking for food, saw Falkie and decided to get his belly rubbed. Many birds probably dropped their loads on his shoulders though, he's hard to miss.

No it didn't make me allergic to cats.

From Wikipedia:

Cat-scratch disease commonly presents as tender, swollen lymph nodes near the site of the inoculating bite or scratch or on the neck, and is usually limited to one side. This condition is referred to as regional lymphadenopathy and occurs 1–3 weeks after inoculation.[4] Lymphadenopathy in CSD most commonly occurs in the arms, neck, or jaw, but may also occur near the groin or around the ear.[2] A vesicle or an erythematous papule may form at the site of initial infection.[2] Most patients also develop systemic symptoms such as malaise, decreased appetite, and aches.[2] Other associated complaints include headache, chills, muscular pains, joint pains, arthritis, backache, and abdominal pain. It may take 7 to 14 days, or as long as two months, for symptoms to appear. Most cases are benign and self-limiting, but lymphadenopathy may persist for several months after other symptoms disappear.[2] The disease usually resolves spontaneously, with or without treatment, in one month.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88306 on: February 06, 2018, 09:20:49 PM »
No it didn't make me allergic to cats.

From Wikipedia:

Cat-scratch disease commonly presents as tender, swollen lymph nodes near the site of the inoculating bite or scratch or on the neck, and is usually limited to one side. This condition is referred to as regional lymphadenopathy and occurs 1–3 weeks after inoculation.[4] Lymphadenopathy in CSD most commonly occurs in the arms, neck, or jaw, but may also occur near the groin or around the ear.[2] A vesicle or an erythematous papule may form at the site of initial infection.[2] Most patients also develop systemic symptoms such as malaise, decreased appetite, and aches.[2] Other associated complaints include headache, chills, muscular pains, joint pains, arthritis, backache, and abdominal pain. It may take 7 to 14 days, or as long as two months, for symptoms to appear. Most cases are benign and self-limiting, but lymphadenopathy may persist for several months after other symptoms disappear.[2] The disease usually resolves spontaneously, with or without treatment, in one month.

You really know how to bore up a thread. No wonder animals don't like you.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88307 on: February 06, 2018, 09:34:24 PM »
You really know how to bore up a thread. No wonder animals don't like you.

Hmmmm... yep.. that's a valid point.

Any ideas how we can purchase a Highlander for George?

We must save George's  kitty cats. Can you sleep at night if we don't?

A buck a month for peace of mind. Cheap


Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88308 on: February 06, 2018, 09:41:42 PM »
Hmmmm... yep.. that's a valid point.

Any ideas how we can purchase a Highlander for George?

We must save George's  kitty cats. Can you sleep at night if we don't?

A buck a month for peace of mind. Cheap

2017?! Hater.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88309 on: February 06, 2018, 09:44:17 PM »
2017?! Hater.

Really. Can you believe that?  What nerve.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88310 on: February 06, 2018, 10:38:32 PM »
Hmmmm... yep.. that's a valid point.

Any ideas how we can purchase a Highlander for George?

We must save George's  kitty cats. Can you sleep at night if we don't?

A buck a month for peace of mind. Cheap

You should buy him that Highlander WC.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88311 on: February 07, 2018, 12:38:24 AM »
Really. Can you believe that?  What nerve.

My error,... you are right....I may have  underestimated the generosity of George's youtube channel subscribers.

                         2018


Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88312 on: February 07, 2018, 12:49:50 AM »
My error,... you are right....I may have  underestimated the generosity of George's youtube channel subscribers.

                         2018

Pffffftttttt highlander, transverse mounted engines are for women! Get him a 2001-2002 third gen 4Runner SR5 with the J shift transfercase and a 3UR-FE swap with a TRD Eaton Twin Vortices supercharger desu~


Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88313 on: February 07, 2018, 02:09:11 AM »
My personal preferred automobile. Just right for Anthony.




Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88314 on: February 07, 2018, 03:14:10 AM »
George is oblivious...
This is true...  :)

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88315 on: February 07, 2018, 11:37:10 AM »
I didn't know cat scratch fever was anything but a lame song. I'm curious, did it make you allergic to cats? I know someone that had a cat as a young teenager but then got scratched by a feral one and became allergic. She still is years later.

Also, no, a cougar didn't walk into the BART station looking for food, saw Falkie and decided to get his belly rubbed. Many birds probably dropped their loads on his shoulders though, he's hard to miss.

It is slang for a venereal disease. That is what Ted Nugent sang about.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88316 on: February 07, 2018, 01:11:47 PM »
It is slang for a venereal disease. That is what Ted Nugent sang about.

That makes it even funnier that Mike Huckabee played that song with Ted Nugent on his show.



I really can't get through more than two minutes of it.

Re: Run tiny one run.
« Reply #88317 on: February 07, 2018, 02:16:16 PM »
But did you catch the part about “I got banned from TWO racetracks because the horses with the jockeys on them would come over to me wanting attention.”?

isn't that a variation on what all predators say? "They wanted it."   

Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88318 on: February 07, 2018, 05:44:06 PM »
You won't believe it but Falkie is posing as a financial analyst named Rob Kirby now. :D


Re: The General Musings of Falkie2013 (AKA George Senda, The Guy From Pittsburgh)
« Reply #88319 on: February 07, 2018, 06:29:28 PM »
We are hearing from a friend of the network that "Senda is getting re-evaluated for a long term housekeeper."

More information as soon as we can bring it to the harsh light of scrutiny.

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The Senda News Network
Richmond, Calif.
"We cover the newsman."