Why is there cheese on my face

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Abuse of felines in this period took numerous structures. As James Serpell of the University of Pennsylvania portrays it, On blowout days as an emblematic methods for driving out the Devil, felines, particularly dark ones, were caught, tormented, tossed onto campfires, set land and pursued through the roads, pierced on spits and cooked alive, copied at the stake, dove into bubbling water, whipped to death, and heaved from the highest points of tall structures; and all, it appears, in an environment of outrageous happy joy.

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