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June 18, 2008


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In my research of Tuberculosis for a term paper, I found out you can get TB from specific pets. I don't recall which pet animal the study included.

LOL. Keep it up, wise guy.

FMF, I thought of you today when I read on MSN about a study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture that concluded that it costs $145,000 to $290,000 (higher income families tend to spend more) just to raise a child through high school. And that's not including college costs.

Hmm . . . I can afford a lot of dogs and cats, and a lot of vet bills for them, for that kind of coin.

Dude, what is your deal with pets! They are not that expensive or dangerous. You're more likely to slip in the shower and die than catching parrot fever from a bird at PetCo.

Kayne --

I posted it as a joke. Lighten up.

But pets are more expensive than most people think and the costs should be considered before responsibility for a pet's life is assumed.

What, no John Cleese jokes?

Yes, they're dangerous. You should meet our pug - Death from the ankles down!

LOL. My Lhasa Apso is the same way. Pick her up and you're likely to lose a finger.

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