OK, now that I have upset a few people maybe I better clarify what my title really means. First, let me ask how many of you have heard or used the saying "there is more than one way to skin a cat"? I also wonder how many of you thought that saying meant to skin a kitty cat? Well, you are wrong! That old saying was about skinning catfish, right? Yes and no. Yes it was in the southern states of the U.S.A., but elsewhere in the world it meant other things. Mark Twain wrote in 1855: "she was wise, subtle, and knew more than one way to skin a cat".
I have never skinned a four legged cat, so I have no idea how many ways there are to do it. I have, although, when I was in grade school about a hundred or so years ago, used one to rub a glass rod to show the effects of static electricity. Just remember that when you start a project, there are multiple ways of doing it, so maybe you should not get started on anything that requires work, but just sit down and see how many other ways there are of doing it; you know, how many ways to skin a cat. Just have a good day, you hear?