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Any Dog .... Cat ...... or Kid horror stories ?

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Posted on September 2, 2022 at 07:52:07
trioderob
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A set of Maggies sure look like a perfect pair of Cat scratching posts ...

They also would make a real nice chewing station for a young Dog !

.... I could see some rambunctious 2 years olds becoming Planar fans - LOL

So any of you have a story to share about how you and your Tabby had to have along talk about leaving the speakers alone ?

 

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RE: Any Dog .... Cat ...... or Kid horror stories ?, posted on September 2, 2022 at 08:30:45
grantv
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Cats are not allowed in, ever.
Dog, 10#, we sometimes bring in on leash (only movie night when wife's in).

 

RE: Any Dog .... Cat ...... or Kid horror stories ?, posted on September 2, 2022 at 11:57:42
G Squared
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My 10 lb Miniature American Eskimo likes to sit with me when I listen. It is nice to have company. She could care less about the maggies.
Gsquared

 

cats and maggies = bad , posted on September 2, 2022 at 17:08:01
trioderob
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worlds most expensive scratching posts - LOL

 

RE: Any Dog .... Cat ...... or Kid horror stories ?, posted on September 3, 2022 at 07:51:21
VidPro
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One of my dogs, Soda, probably wouldn't do anything but I don't trust him with the possibility of lifting his leg. His, ahem, manhood is just about at the height of the bottom of my .7s even on their Magna Riser stands so I put a box around the bottom when not in use. He's never peed on the boxes, but that one time I don't put them back I know he'll do it. :)

 

I bought some used 2.7's once, posted on September 3, 2022 at 08:06:32
Story
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a local purchase. The owner said they smelled with the usual, he never protected them in any way. I worked at a place that manufactured eliminators so I looked at them $100, the spray was on the bottom where the crossover and hookups were, took them out on the porch and sprayed them and let them sit for a few days.

Worked perfect, and told the Boss. I eventually gave them to a friend, too many other problems with them. Never again though

So it's a good idea to protect them to avoid it



 

RE: Any Dog .... Cat ...... or Kid horror stories ?, posted on September 3, 2022 at 08:25:17
mg16
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Other than every 3 - 4-year-old who comes with their parents to visit, feeling the insistent need to poke in the dust cap on my grill-less speakers?
No, none.
Masking or Scotch tape sometimes works well for popping it back out.

 

the old "box around a box " trick ....., posted on September 3, 2022 at 10:40:17
trioderob
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,,,,,,,,,,, I should have known.

 

Great looking pooch. nt, posted on September 3, 2022 at 13:01:13
G Squared
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,
Gsquared

 

RE: Any Dog .... Cat ...... or Kid horror stories ?, posted on September 4, 2022 at 01:26:04
triamp
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Tell that dog in the photo not to judge. We can't help it. We're audiophiles.


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