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  1. I dunno – the gun-totin’ Jesus just SPEAKS to me ya’ know? I mean “cat playing keyboard” isn’t like, deep, y’know?

    😛

    I LOVE the expression on the cat’s face – says it all!

  2. Masterpiece! A fine example of internet post-impressionism. The subject’s angst is represented by the dark black void, contrasting against the baby blue sweater.

  3. “You can find a decent cross section of these critics giving the book one star on Amazon.

    “The moaning, dreary I-like-the-sound-of-my-own-voice tone with which Caulfield told his short story started to really get on my nerves,” says one.

    Another concludes: “It’s like reading a diary written by a spoilt, annoying, Emo teenager – self indulgent, repetitive and likely to leave you wanting to just slap the narrator while saying ‘for God’s sake, get over yourself’.”

    Other brickbats from the iconoclasts include “over-rated”, “lamentable”, and “inane ramblings”. ”

    Coincidence? maybe…

    find it at http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/8084931.stm

    catcher in the rye.

    enjoy

  4. @disgracedminister

    What does catcher in the rye have to do with post-modern-internet-impressionist keyboard cat?

  5. What does catcher in the rye have to do with post-modern-internet-impressionist keyboard cat?

    Although I’m glad you wanted to find a link but I was just posting the information in the latest post.

    I may have a Phd. in the works after this.

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