Mar. 21st, 2006

chickenfeet: (derain)
I thought this might be a fun variant on a theme. I'm proposing a round of movie Humiliation but with a twist. Your chosen film must not be an English language flick. It must have been made in some language other than English (and to save argument, silent movies are not permitted). In all other respects, normal Humiliation rules apply; one film per player, first come first served, I don't pick your movie based on strange multiple choice criteria.

Entries close 1000 EST Wednesday 22nd March.
chickenfeet: (sousou)
Just picked up a new litter. Two boys and a girl, tabbies, maybe 3-4 weeks old. Noisy!

Cat fud

Mar. 21st, 2006 03:59 pm
chickenfeet: (padmini)
I just realised that we now have six kinds of cat food in stock.
  • Eagle Pack Adult for the bengals
  • Eagle Pack Kitten for Jane
  • KMR (Kitten Milk Replacer) for the kittens
  • Hill's Prescription Diet a/d for mixing with the KMR when the kittens are ready
  • Hill's Prescription Die Development Formula - cans and dry - for when the kittens are fully onto solids

On occasion we also have Hill's Prescription Diet t/d which is a diabetic formula that we sometimes need for kittens who are having trouble with solids.

It's a Kitten Kommissary, which I guess makes me a Kitten Kommissar.

Civil War?

Mar. 21st, 2006 05:08 pm
chickenfeet: (widmerpool)
What are/should be the criteria for deciding whether or not Iraq is "in a state of civil war"? As I understand it, this is a non-trivial question as combatants in a civil war would be entitled to the protections afforded by the Geneva conventions and, by implication, denying them would be a war crime.

This is not a rhetorical question. I have no idea, legally, at what point "acts of terror" become "an insurrection" become "a civil war".

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