Guest Friday Cat Blogging


Miss Cellania
sent me a picture of her new kitten and I thanked her and put it in my “To do” folder in my mailbox….. last January….. (My organizational skills is teh awesome!) Actually, I think the cat may be dead from old age now. But a promise is a promise.

Here’s a picture if you want it for your guest cat blogging. This is Savannah; she’s about five months old. My MIL wanted a Siamese cat because that’s what she’s always had, but has been catless for ten years while she had a Chow dog. Now he’s gone, so I bought MIL a kitten. Within a couple of months, she decided she’s too old to care for a kitten, so Savannah came to live with my family. The kitten has brought new life into my two adult cats! More pictures here. http://www.misscellania.com/miss-cellania/2008/12/24/new-family-member.html

Smeed’s Law

From Wikipedia:

Smeed’s Law, named after R. J. Smeed who first proposed the relationship in 1949, is an empirical rule relating traffic fatalities to traffic congestion as measured by the proxy of motor vehicle registrations and country population. Thus increasing traffic volume leads to a decrease in accidents per vehicle. It was posited after an analysis of figures from a number of countries over several decades.

You Can’t Please Everyone – Let It Bleed

One star Amazon reviews of classic movies, music and literature. Today we take a look at Let It Bleed:

What? They arn’t the best rock band in the world. The only rock
songs that rock are Start Me Up and Shattered. What’s the point?
They used to play punk back in the 60’s. They were never the best
rock band in the world. Or maybe they are, they are a great band
but they are way better than the Who. The Beatles suck!

I like to give my comants on this music. This music is really old and lacks the guts nowadays music has.
Also the group uses just tooo little synthesizers and sampled choirs.

My advice it is boring oldfashunned and lazy and honors you to live in a bad path.
even Emma Em saes he loves his daughter (although I am not a fan at all).

It is a huge joke that the Rolling Stones could make more than 20 albums in 40 years and each one of their albums suck horribly ever since 1964. They only made two good songs ‘Start Me Up’ and ‘Shattered’ and the rest of their songs stink! Their vocalist Mick Thornten wears his hair like a mohawk just can’t sing at all and uses makeup like a girl. Keith Richmond, their guitar player is the worst guitar player in the world ever who never took guitar lessons doesn’t know any of the chords,always out of tune and only two strings on his pink guitar. Willie Whatts,their drummer cant drum at all never took lessons and he was no comparison to drum greats like Lars Ulrich. Do not buy any Rolling Stones CD,they are the worst band ever besides Pink Floyd. Put Pink Floyd and Rolling Stones albums in the freezer. Mark Knopfler is 10 times better, get the Ragpicker’s Dream insted.

That’s because the Beatles already released and album called Let It Be. The Rolling Rip-Offs strike again!

The Rolling Stones sucks. Always did and always will.
Charlie Watts can’t play, please. Let’s be honest. He can’t play drums. He’s already dead sitting there. Keith Richard can’t play lead guitar either. Mick Jagger just be quiet. Bill Wyman, go to sleep and Brian Jones, well he’s ok. And unfortunally the only one worth it in that bad died young.

Don’t get any Cds by this awful band. The Who are wayyyyyyy much better, not to mention the Beatles and The Kinks.

st single record was named Move on, a lame effort to sound like shingles, which they were beyond a doubt.
But to call it evens after somany years would be ok.

Daily Dose of Ingersoll

A fact, inconsistent with the creed, is denounced as a lie,
and the man who declares or announces the fact is a blasphemer.
Every professor breathes the air of insincerity. Every one is
mentally dishonest. Every one is a pious fraud. Theology is the
only dishonest science — the only one that is based on belief —
on credulity, — the only one that abhors investigation, that
despises thought and denounces reason.

Robert Green Ingersoll – “Truth” (1897)