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Originally Posted by oz I've always figured that was your very own pet cat and rat, and that they simply get along really well. Either way, it has always made ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by oz View Post
    I've always figured that was your very own pet cat and rat, and that they simply get along really well. Either way, it has always made me smile, too!
    My cats don't play with mice and rats. Well not like that anyway
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    There is no particular meaning to the base. I use it, because it is a very nicely done Grim Reaper; good artwork. I added the Debian logo for eyes to advertise which distro I use.
    If someone wanted to read a message into it, one possibility is Debian will conquer. Another interpretation is that I am evil. If anyone comes up with other creative interpretations, let me know. Do not worry, I have a good sense of humour.
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    Mine is just a silly way of showing which distro I prefer.

    Randicus, I had never noticed the Debian eyes. Nicely done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post
    I had never noticed the Debian eyes.
    That is best part of the avatar.
    'Tis a good thing this thread was started. I was able to point it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randicus View Post
    That is best part of the avatar.
    LOL, It's ok buddy, the avatars are pretty small on my screen is why I didn't notice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cousinlucky View Post
    Roky came up with the Avatar I use; I do not have any idea what it represents!!
    I got it because your webpage and profile show a ancient indian cuz. So I showed you a Mayan/Aztec indian Penguin.
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    I haven't found an avatar I can get attached to yet... so it's the invisible man for the moment, when I get bored I might look for something else...

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