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3/9/13
1:22 PM
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Caturday post - Leopardus jacobita Edition!

3/5/13
9:12 PM
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Geesejuggler, I'm not sure who does or doesn't have the ability to post on NeODeck, but if you don't currently have that option I'd like to offer to start a Wednesday Book Club over there if you'd like me to. If not, no worries - I'm sure you'll start it there when the NeODeck is in its Final Form.

2/24/13
12:11 PM
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Apologies for being fashionably late again! Was busy passing through four states yesterday (the United States kind, not states of matter or being).

2/18/13
11:15 PM
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Here is an awesome version of the Harlem Shake, although I'd be nervous to stand as close as the person holding the camera.

2/12/13
12:12 AM
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Hey guys - have you ever really, like, looked at a table before? It's like it's moving.

2/9/13
11:54 AM
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The Marbled Cat (Pardofelis marmorata) is a small wildcat that can be found in Southeast Asia in relatively small population densities, which means that it is listed as vulnerable by the IUCN. Its body is similar in size to a domestic cat (weighing up to 11 lbs.), but its tail is usually just as long or longer than

2/2/13
12:20 PM
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Continuing with the theme of tiny, tiny wildcats, the Kodkod (Leopardus guigna) is the smallest cat species of the Americas, though they are primarily found in Chile and Argentina. The Kodkod has large paws relative to its body size. Adult Kodkods weigh up to only 5.5 pounds, measuring 20 inches in length with a

2/1/13
8:07 PM
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Those potatoes are wily bastards. Never trust anything with so many eyes.

1/19/13
5:49 PM
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The black-footed cat (Felis nigripes) is the smallest of all African wildcats, and can be found in the arid zone, or savanna, of southwestern Africa. Adult black-footed cats only weigh up to five pounds, and are only about 17 inches long, with an 8-inch tail. The pads and fur under their feet are solid black, giving

1/17/13
10:55 PM
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OMG, you guys. OMG. Sorry if this has already been posted, but I just found it and I had to share.

1/15/13
8:00 PM
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I just discovered a fantastic new use for my Kindle Fire. I'm in the middle of training to become a Radiation Safety Officer (which means that my job is to protect people from going all HULK SMASH - or, you know, dying of radiation poisoning). I did not have a scientific calculator with me, and you kinda need one of

1/13/13
3:16 PM
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With the Kinjapocalypse, have we changed our standards for trolling out of sheer frustration? If not, can we get someone to look at these idiots who feel like they need to question the gender of some kick-ass cosplayers?

1/12/13
12:22 PM
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The Bobcat (Lynx rufus) is a middle-weight North American wildcat with twelve recognized sub-species ranging from southern Canada to northern Mexico and almost all of the continental United States. It is an incredibly adaptive predator, which can be found in a variety of habitats: different kinds of wooded and forest

1/8/13
9:10 PM
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This is my favorite picture of Hawking. Happy Birthday!