someone has chosen a tree in my front yard as a designated stray cat feeding station. there's a little bowl of cat food and water out there all the time. I ignored it, but then someone who visited me was like "you let someone else feed stray cats in YOUR yard? that's unacceptable, you'll have strays here all the time!"
What are the positive and negatives of having stray cats around my house? I figure it's outside, I don't have to buy the food, we'll have fewer mice maybe? there are worse things, right? would you allow this?
As a college student, early in each class, we are generally forced to share something about ourselves that is different than most people, sort of as an ice breaker. When asked this question (in classes or elsewhere), what to do you share?
1. (most often shared) I have dissected a human. Legally.
2. My ex drummer is now in the Smashing Pumpkins, which makes everyone I know six degrees (or less) from Kevin Bacon.