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Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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Clingy Kitteh Sunday greetin’s, GN!

BK update: “okay” this morning and got some sleep last night. Was able to eat pretty adequately yesterday, too. Yay!

FTR and three youngest spawn came by yesterday, as they had an errand in the vicinity. Was very nice to see them and hand off some accumulated gifts.

Think their visit was especially cheery for SackO’SugarK.

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Got an email from lawbaw yesterday that his #1 pick (Jim’s and my #2) for arbitrator has accepted the gig. Which is arguably good news, as we’ve repeatedly told HH-A’s counsel that mediation -- which we still have to do -- is a pointless waste of time; we’ve already told them what we’ll settle for.

And we likely ain’t gonna get it in mediation.

Mr. Esquire also acknowledged receipt of my timeline; hope it helps him write a solid mediation brief (which I’ll be curious to read when he sends it for approval).

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Paddy O'Furnijur, Fascista Ubriacone
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Paddy O'Furnijur, Fascista Ubriacone
2 months ago

A blessed Sabbath, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa!

Cats -- there’s no figuring what’s going on in their little minds.

Fatwa -- that’s some good news regarding Brenda and the HH-A mess.

Mrs. Paddy and I took our friend Pete (who lost his wife a year ago) to Temecula for wine tasting, yesterday. We started off at one of the wineries that we all used to enjoy. It was the first time any of us had been back since Cindy’s passing. It was also the first time either Pete or Mrs. Paddy felt like they could go back. We’re trying to make new memories in the old places and it seems to be working.

Sven-SemiFascist
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Sven-SemiFascist
2 months ago

Good afternoon -- regarding teh thread pic, I wouldn’t call it an “honour.” It’s more like penance for some past transgression.

Hello, Fatwa, and Paddy -- glad that things are better today for Brenda, and Paddy -- this is very good advice: “We’re trying to make new memories in the old places and it seems to be working.”