March 07, 2013
hauspanther — "The premier online magazine for design-conscious cat people"
Do I have the best readers or what?
Long-time homie Tara Blaine emailed me a link to this fantastic site, filled with all manner of über-wonderful things that got Gray Cat hyperventilating and pawing at the screen with delight.
Flautist weighed in, after I forwarded the link to her, as follows:
Speaking of Gray Cat, does she have a tree? She needs to have a tree, a tall one with hidey-holes and climbing surfaces and napping trays and such. Most, like the majority but not necessarily all those available at PetSmart — I have seen one or two well made, attractively designed ones there — are hideous, beige-carpet-covered crap. Get (make?) her something nice. She would like you to get on it right away.
What was that song* you posted once, I liked it too — "She'll Get You High," or "She Gets You High" or something — well you need to get her high.
I'm all over this like a cheap suit.
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Did not know about QI.
Thanks, Flautist, for mentioning.
Posted by: Kay | Mar 8, 2013 6:16:00 PM
Hi darling Flautist,
Great to see your online presence again. As a brit and number 177 on the list of women more than happy to born Stephen Fry's 'gayby' I must say I've seen QI. It's on telly here all the time. Repeats and extra repeats on Dave channel. I even have the book, which in itself is quite interesting. Have you ever seen Blackadder. Older, but from the same writing team. If you get the british humour, which it appears you do, then you will love it. The Elizabethian and the WW2 series the best. Do you know Eddie Izzard. Also in a similar vein. Genius x. However, I'm still bored.
Posted by: jo | Mar 8, 2013 4:10:16 AM
jo - if I might butt in for a moment - when painful boredom sets in I sometimes try taking old episodes of "QI" (on YouTube) as needed. If you've never heard of it, just know that it's not really a quiz show and the "scores" mean nothing. A few examples:
Of course one person's relief is another person's salt in the wound, so proceed with caution.
Posted by: Flautist | Mar 8, 2013 1:42:14 AM
Joe. I'm bored. In fact, despondent. Can boj recommend some online reading or blogs I should be following to save myself from certain morosity.
Posted by: jo | Mar 7, 2013 5:31:30 PM
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