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February 7, 2007
Multivariate Techniques of Feline Epidermal Extraction
Posted by Alan Childress
Just why is there more than one way to skin a cat? I think one methodology is more than necessary. The necessity of alternatives escapes me. Either the first few methods were thought to stand improvement, or--worse--alternatives refers not to procedure as such but rather varying statuses of the cat (live, semi-conscious, dead, etc.) at the time of skinning. Perhaps at this point I am beating a dead horse. Can't say I see the efficacy of that either--I guess to show the other horses you mean business? They might clue into that from the mere fact you are standing over a dead horse.
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