Why is tor in a cage?

I noticed this tor in my neighborhood. I figured I’d ask you fine people… Why is it locked up?

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Because he believes the world is a vampire sent to drain.

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I’m not noticing a lot of rage, though. Maybe it is just time for go to bed.

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He thinks he’s tired now but wait until 3.

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…so that’s the third meaning of “tor” I know of. Last week I only knew of one.

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To get to the other side…! No, wait. :thinking:

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Wait, what’s the second one?

The only other ones I know of are Johnson and the SF/F publishing company.

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Well, I don’t care if you don’t.

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As it is a non-specific tor, I think that’s actually Ator.

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Tor is in a cage because he’s a danger to himself and others.

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It’s for your protection in case it wakes up. Not many people know that Hound Tor in Dartmoor rose up and destroyed the nearby medieval village the last time it woke up. Tors are no joke.

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Math is hard!

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It transgressed the Unwritten Law!

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…actually, the publishing company was the second one. The first was the browser for people that are downright paranoid.

What am I missing in this image? I was ready for the funny, but what does this have to do with anything “tor” related?

Fine. Make us ruin the joke.

Ah! It is morning here…so there’s that. Now I get it. D’oh!

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Tor make boo boo so in time out

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Or maybe it broke Ape Law. :woman_shrugging:t3:

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Huh. I had assumed you were unaware of the publishing company (which I only remembered while writing my reply) and that you would be aware of the actor who appeared in several MST movies. I hadn’t heard of the browser.

As for the dictionary definition of the word, it is linked in the original post.