Maybe they’d rather go out to eat and catch a couple of rats for dinner?
Snoopy, if you refuse to read books by cat-owners, you’re going to find yourself missing out on tons of great literature.
Or Leon Hess (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leon_Hess), founder of Hess Corporation (oil company) and one-time owner of the New York Jets.
With 24 cats, I hope they aren’t indoor cats – you’d need a tremendous mansion to hold them all.
It’s not necessarily unreasonable to have a large pride of “barn cats” to keep the rodent population under control on a farm. But you’d still need someone to take care of feeding and medical attention.
I hate these “how can you … when the world is such a mess” people.
Since the world will never be perfect, what they’re really saying is “I want you to be miserable for your entire life”. Which is why I give them the one-finger salute and choose to be friends with other people.
His ears clamp down reflexively, much like how birds’ talons reflexively grip a tree branch when they sleep.
And yes, this comes from a strip. I believe Linux was telling it to Charlie Brown.
Did he write a math textbook?
For some reason, this classic bit comes to mind now: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5kfmfw
He doesn’t look canned to me
Almost as freaky as the time I seemed to have caused a hard drive to fail. I was in a store talking to the owner and I noted that they were selling Miniscribe hard drives. Having had bad experiences with these in college, I pointed out that the store should sell a better brand because these have a habit of spontaneously powering-off.
The owner started to tell me that it’s nonsense when the one on his desk made that distinctive “spinning down” noise. He looked me in the eye and said “get out of my store now”.
Sometimes the universe can be very helpful for helping you make a point :-)