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furry greetings / Re: A cat comes by
« Last post by Michen_S on Today at 01:23:22 pm »
Welcome to this forums!

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Hmm... I think I'm having a déjà vu.
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furry greetings / Re: A cat comes by
« Last post by Iara Warriorfeather on Today at 10:58:30 am »
Welcome to Furtopia, Citrine! Enjoy your stay!  :D
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traditional and digital artwork / Re: Iara's Artwork
« Last post by Iara Warriorfeather on Today at 10:55:32 am »
They are feathered dinosaurs, but ducks do belong to that category! Glad you like them, Old Rabbit.  :)
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traditional and digital artwork / Re: Iara's Artwork
« Last post by Old Rabbit on Today at 10:08:47 am »
I don't remember us having duck drawings before. Good job Iara. :orbunny:
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general furry discussion / Re: Fursona Bio Thread.
« Last post by Citr on Today at 10:06:12 am »
Name - Citrine Marigold (with Citrine being her first name and Marigold being the middle name)
Species - Turkish van cat
Height - About 166 cm
Weight - About 50 kg
Gender - Female
Fur colors/patterns - Calico coloration so black, white and orangish. The left side of her face has an orange patch that goes over her eye and left ear and extends to the back of her head, while her right ear is black. There's also an orange spot on her right cheek. Both the front- and hindpaw on the left side are black, while the paws on the right side are orange. She has a black tail and a rather large area of orange on her back.
Feral, Digitigrade, or Plantigrade - Either digitigrade or plantigrade
Clothing - Most usually a specific blue collared T-shirt with darker blue shorts, but also other casual clothing such as hoodies
Likes - Peace and quiet, sweets, atmospheric places, Christmas, the paranormal and UFOs, making loved ones feel good about themselves
Dislikes - Unnecessary drama, excessive physical contact, continuous noisiness, politics
Temperament and sociability - Quite unsociable, although can get pretty loud around friends. Easily jealous but understanding and empathetic. Really quiet in most situations and sensitive to negativity.
Picture: (Click)
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It would be nice to promote Furtopia. Of course it must be discussed by
the staff and appved prior to any such actions.

I fear I can't add more to the artwork, but  we do have several fine
artists, and writers. I hope to do a bit of writing in the future.


You might contribute some of the illustrations you've already done. We'd be showcasing the forums, as Iara put it, and with your history here (and the fact that you're still active) I'd say that you're definitely a part of the place.

I would be happy to contribute to the cause.  Just have to figure out what to
choose if it works out.
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general furry discussion / Re: Discovering your fursona
« Last post by Citr on Today at 09:37:11 am »
My sona hasn't always been a cat since at the very beginning I used to have a wolf character representing me in a furry context. Even though it now feels obvious that my sona is indeed a cat, it wasn't exactly easy to decide what kind of an animal would fit me the best back then. After the wolf there has been a rabbit hybrid, a fox and a deer and none of those stuck around for too long. I eventually came to the conclusion that a cat would fit me better than those so I made a new character, this time properly based on myself, at least personality-wise. Having two cats at home probably affected my choice of the fursona species too since a personally well-known, familiar animal that I also liked a lot felt like the best choice.

Since Citrine is pretty much just me as an animal, the personality aspects aren't any different. The only thing that doesn't resemble me is the outer look although even the clothes are most often based on what I wear myself. Oh and the name is also very different than my own - the name Citrine came to mind after thinking about different variations of Lemon, which is my most used internet nickname. My current sona was also originally going to be called Marie, which then became Marigold as a slight hint to my tendency of wearing a flower in my hair.
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Trump day 266
It's only 90 days till Trumps first year of being president is over. So far
he has done little but undo Obama's regulations, and even trying to
remove protection for the enviroment. Trump complains that the GOP
hasn't passed anything for him to sign. It's mostly due to his lack of
leadership. Instead he tweets and plays Golf.

Trump continues to poke the leader of N Korea by shows of force by
our military. I hardly think the leader of N. Korea has to be shown
our military power. If he was that stupid I doubt if he would be
a leader. I still think Trump hopes N Korea will do something
that Trump will feel he has a right to respond to. At that point
it's likely to increase to all out war.

I understand about 50% of Trumps supporters think we
should go to war with N. Korea. I wonder if they would
still feel that way if the military draft was in effect. I
haven't heard of people lining up to join the armed
forces. Would Trump still be pushing N. Korea
if his family was at risk?  I doubt it. He got out of going
to Viet Nam because a doctor said he had bad feet. Yet
he is a big golf player. Guess his feet improved.

Trump and the GOP complain about the national debt, then they want
to cut taxes for big business and the ric to the tune of about 200 billion
a year. "Oh it will grow the econ9my" The cry of the GOP, but  there is
no evidence of it working. They point to the 1980's with the Reagan
tax cuts. Well it was huge cut which did work to make the rich a lot
richer. The middle class lost over the years since then.

The age old claim that trickle down economics will help the worker
by helping big business. This is false as big business rarely passes
any savings along to their workers. That's why unions were started.
Big business almost always fails to increase benefits to their workers.
It's human nature to be greedy, and big businessmen are no exception.
CEO's will get millons in bonuses while the workers get nothing.
Along with Trump and his fat cat friends in his cabinet.

It is a big shame that the GOP still fails to support equality for men and
women. Trump runs woment down by saying they will let hem do what
ever he likes, even sexually.  I think the biggest reason H. Clinton lost was
because she is a woman. I heard local women say. "I don't think a woman
should be president." Yes even women say it. Also many women will follow
their husbands wishes, a friend of mine said he always tells his wife how to
vote. I think many men treat their wives more like children than an intelligent
individual. It's probably a hang up from the past when women felt they
had to act dependent and give up all decisions to their husbands. Otherwise
they would end up an old maid with no support. Girls were taught this as
children. To feed the ego of men.  Boys were taught they must protect
women (The weaker sex ) To think they are too ignorant to survive on
their own. This is changing, but will take time as many religions give
men rule over women. Or at least emply it.

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furry greetings / Re: A cat comes by
« Last post by Old Rabbit on Today at 08:09:11 am »
Welcome to furtopia Citr.

Hope you have a nice stay.

"Tosses you a chocolate chip cookie of welcome."

Old Rabbit :orbunny:
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It would be nice to promote Furtopia. Of course it must be discussed by
the staff and appved prior to any such actions.

I fear I can't add more to the artwork, but  we do have several fine
artists, and writers. I hope to do a bit of writing in the future.

You might contribute some of the illustrations you've already done. We'd be showcasing the forums, as Iara put it, and with your history here (and the fact that you're still active) I'd say that you're definitely a part of the place.
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