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Don't let 'em get to you honey. I love KKKitty! It is perrrrrrrfect! Love ya.

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You would go along with "Uzi-Kitty" or "M-1 Kitty" or something else that doesn't have the alliterative appeal of "KlashniKittty?" Jim
Certainly not. That would just be silly.

You know, Jim, I never really put any thought into that little pic. Azimuth just threw it in a thread one day and said 'Hey Jilly--thought you might like this' and I did, so it became my avatar. I never realized anyone would attach any sort of meaning to it--it's just a cute widdle pussy with a big gun.
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cog·ni·tive dis·so·nance (kog' ne tiv dis'e nens)

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contradictory mental state: a state of psychological conflict or anxiety resulting from a contradiction between a person's simultaneously held beliefs or attitudes
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Yes? And?
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Yes? And?
...and...don't be so defensive.....

Cogntive Dissonance is a state of mind that may (or may not) occur when someone views (or hears) internally contradictory messages.

The kalashnikitty itself is incongruent which is defined as being the opposite of congruent:

con·gru·ent (kong' gru ent)

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1. in agreement: corresponding to or consistent with each other or with something else ( formal )
culturally congruent education
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...and...don't be so defensive.....

Cogntive Dissonance is a state of mind that may (or may not) occur when someone views (or hears) internally contradictory messages.

The kalashnikitty itself is incongruent which is defined as being the opposite of congruent:

con·gru·ent (kong' gru ent)

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culturally congruent education
I wasn't being defensive at all. Just letting you know I didn't put much thought into my choice of avatar and neither should you.

You can leave off the definitions of 'big words'. If I need help, I'll just ask Jayhawk--the keeper of the dictionary.
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At least I got you wacko's reading something besides that left-wing swill...
Well, calling it reading is a stretch. It was more like tiptoeing through a paddock of shit and trying not to get my boots messed up. If the guy could exorcise the hate and blindness from his head, he would be a good writer but as it is, he just tries to throw in as many hate phrases as he can and then stir verbs and adverbs to try and make sentences out of them.

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Certainly not. That would just be silly.

You know, Jim, I never really put any thought into that little pic. Azimuth just threw it in a thread one day and said 'Hey Jilly--thought you might like this' and I did, so it became my avatar. I never realized anyone would attach any sort of meaning to it--it's just a cute widdle pussy with a big gun.
I liked that pussy from the beginning......

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Damn skippy, BoogerBear. I don't waste time on dolts who refer to folks as 'non-human' and 'traitors' for not supporting the War on Terra unquestioningly.
Apparently I just can't learn. It is either this or go out and work on the 500E in the very un airconditioned shop.

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I liked that pussy from the beginning......
Now would you characterize that as being one or two dimensional thinking?
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