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    Wondering if anyone had any ideas to correct this Problem[img]/cfs-file.ashx/__key/CommunityServer.Components.UserFiles/00.00.00.23.23/Post-problems.JPG[/img]
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    How about open two cans? Put one of them by the food dish.

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    Set your flash to full power and fire directly in your cat's eyes every time he does that!!!


    LOL just kidding of course... flashes can be very dangerous if you didn't know. Don't fire it close to anything as it could cause a heat or electrical shock. Especially not close to the eyes as it can cause SERIOUS damage! be careful when doing anything with your flashes.

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    Re: post processing problem



    Get the cat their own beer.

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    I personally recommend AA, just 12 Steps to better post processing

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    Sorry for my bad joke.

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    I'm still confused what the problem with the picture is...but...


    Sheiky: I understand that you are joking, and you don't have to like cats, you don't even have to like Chinese people, but if you could just leave stereotypes and other such race-based 'observations' out of your "jokes" that would be appreciated. Thanks =)

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    I agree, no need for this type of slander
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