Kitten vs puppy vs baby vs video card

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  1. K.I.L.E.R

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    He didn't measure price / performance ratio :mad:
     
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    With those four specimens, how would one measure 'performance' in a manner that can be compared?
     
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    I was looking at the sites he links to, and apparently I have a Siberian cat which are fairly rare in North America. Pretty cool. They're really nice cats, so I highly recommend them if you get one.
     
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    Jesus H Christ! That's a big cat.
     
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    Well, "fill-rate" can apply to all four: Litter box filling, yard filling (could be negative if the dog likes to dig holes in the flower bed), diaper filling and pixel filling.
     
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    They'd better be friendly! A cat that size could grab you by the throat and carry you away for dinner!
     
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    I followed your picture link, Chalnoth, and found this picture.
    It took me quite some time to parse it. The cat in the lower right looked like some thingy with six legs pointing in random directions.
    After I've seen what pose the cat had, it was of course obvious.:oops:
     
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    Siberian cats can have fairly impressing manes afaik...cool looking :)
     
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    Hmmm... a colleague has one of those and, IIRC, it stuck a claw through his thumb. I must admit, though, it is a nice looking cat.
     
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    how about thermal dissipation???
     
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    I suggest using KittyMark '06
     
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    You could also go with for how long the kitten will chase the light from a laster pointer at a time :)
     
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