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Mr English (24 Oct, 2012) Reply
Ok:
Squashed cat
cat cards
google cats
but could someone please explain how you search for images of cats on a galleon?
Senior Espanish (24 Oct, 2012)
The galleon can take you places where cats are found. Once you get to where cats are you can draw, paint or take pictures of cats. These renderings are then entered into a storage device (paintings, photographs, hard drive, CD, DVD, etc) and made available for others to search for, and view without leaving home. Really quit simple. Let's pick it up there Mr. English.
The cheese stands alone (24 Oct, 2012)
Cats are considered good luck aboard ships, and help keep vermin population down.
Doctor Obvious (24 Oct, 2012) Reply
It's a history of man's drive to go in search of "things"...not cats you jack@$$es. Primative man started simple, by searching under a rock. Then we searched the globe on Spanish Galleons. Then we indexed everything in books and need only search at the library. Now...we know so much...people just search for pictures of cats on the internet. If you guys weren't able to post your comments successfully, I would have expected all the drool leaking from your heads to short out you computers.
nice (24 Oct, 2012)
best comment ever :)
@ Doctor Obvious (24 Oct, 2012)
The posting of the comments WAS successful. The content...not so much!
Capt Obvious Rebuttal (24 Oct, 2012)
Oh please Doctor, it was so painfully obvious to all that it really didn't need an explanation. Are you sure you are really a doctor of the obvious?
cat-representative (28 Oct, 2012)
leave us out of this...er, I mean..meow meow
Historian (24 Oct, 2012) Reply
Standing by for OLD GUY to show up and enlighten us about his years prior to 400,000 years ago.
Bet he has some stories to tell.
non-old guy (25 Oct, 2012)
Back in my day, cats used to look for US!
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