Tuesday, January 31, 2006
The Gift of Tongues
Monday, January 30, 2006
Fleurs and Flutterby
Sunday, January 29, 2006
Saturday, January 28, 2006
de Kooning in the Afterworld
Thursday, January 26, 2006
She's watching closely, now, and I do believe the memory sings, the learned win, and the rosy predawn arouses the sense of anticipation. Carnival of the Cats predicts that POLITICAL FRED will be hosting with the mosting, noodling with the northings, and just generally entertaining the eastings with #97 but there's been no new post since 14 January, what does this portend? Search me, I don't know. I hope he's okay.
UPDATE 29 Jan 2006
Carnival of the Cats #97 has been rerouted to This Blog Is Full Of Crap.
Modulator is alive and well, and just this moment posted Friday Ark #71. Stop on by and fondle other creatures with your inquisitive eyes, it's definitely a scene to be seen, even if it has mostly not shown up yet. Check back early and often for the most perfect experience.
And I almost fear to visit, I'll ... ohgod, Blackberry Almond Cake.... I'm drooling on the keyboard. Clare, you need to get that widget that lets me reach through the monitor and have a slice! or all of it, or three. Or, gee....
Well, come the Ozzie weekend, eatstuff.net will be delighting the funny bone of our felinaphile souls, just like they had plenty of practice or something, they know just what to do, and makes it seem so natural! Why, they're just like kitties! How do they do that? Continuing research produces more questions than answers, but forgets to write them down.
Wednesday, January 25, 2006
Drawing on the Landscape
Monday, January 23, 2006
Sunday, January 22, 2006
Sitting on a Hill, Waiting for a Spirit Guide
Saturday, January 21, 2006
Dry Lake Dreams of Water
Friday, January 20, 2006
Flowers for Francis Bacon
A gallery of his paintings.
Thursday, January 19, 2006
The Foundling rminds me that it's cat time again!
The fun never ends with this soap opera of four-padded pals putzing and ricocheting, bouncing off the walls and tattered furniture, dashing and churning like sudsy little bubbles of, of, hey! ...hey! ...No! No! Not There!!
...some time passes...
Ok, got that dealt with. Anyway, rumor has it that
will he hosting Carnival of the Cats #96, which number I can only count to if I use all the kitties fingers and toes.
Creswell Predicts! Friday Ark #70 will miraculously appear, fully formed from that forehead of future games, Modulator.
In between those two fabulous collections of furry indiscretions, tucked up close to Aurora Australis, the astounding clare will be hosting WCB 33 at the mouth watering eatstuff.net. I want some gelatto, oboy! And Kangaroo Creek sounds great. It's hibernation time here, snow line down to 2500 feet and pouring enough rain in the valley to close major highways.
Dressometer Mannequin and the Pizza with No Moving Parts
Wednesday, January 18, 2006
Life on Earth Arose from Beds of Clay
Monday, January 16, 2006
Life on Earth was Seeded from Space
Sunday, January 15, 2006
Saturday, January 14, 2006
The Birth of Roveg
Actual only slightly altered documentation of the birth of Roveg on 14 Apr 1975.
Friday, January 13, 2006
Still Purring and Squirmy
Thursday, January 12, 2006
Is this your kitty? We discovered this youngster under our front porch, skinny and dirty. She's cleaner and plumper, and I've managed to get a few of the mats on her belly cut off, but she's a squirmy little thing and really wants to cuddle. We think we know who her humans are. Stay tuned.
Anxious Water 2
Wednesday, January 11, 2006
On Wings of Song
Tuesday, January 10, 2006
Monday, January 09, 2006
Why Buildings Have An Inside As Well As An Outside
Once upon a time, Buildings only had Outsides. If you stepped
Inside through a door, you didn't go Inside at all, but walked out
the door on the other side of the Building.
For many years, the Buildings just sat around. The children
would play tag, and hide-and-seek, and throw balls so that they
would bounce through several houses, but no one else paid them
Then one year, there came a young man who excelled in throwing
balls, and had racked up scores of houses traversed far in excess
of anyone else, He loved the Buildings, and decided more could be
done with them. That more should be done with them, since they
crowded up the landscape.
First he figured out how he could deliver fresh baked cheese
pastries to people at home by cleverly calculating trajectories
through the buildings so that no time was lost from the kitchen
to the consumers. He was able to delivered fresh baked cheese pastries
to customers piping hot. This enterprise was such a big success, that
the young man had the capital to begin moving the houses around,
for more efficient deliveries.
The Building-Fast Delivery Service Company continued to rake
in excess funds, and wanted to diversify. They wanted to use Building
Tech in new ways. Soon they hit upon the idea of transporting people
between cities. The Company moved thousands of Buildings so that front
and the back doors were aligned, and a traveller could step through
a door in Schenectady and finish the stride in San Francisco. Travel
was revolutionized, and the economy took off like a bottle rocket.
The Company became filthy rich, and the Building workers
unionized. Soon contract negotiations broke down, and management
eagerly put their hardhats on to show the hands just how it should
be done. A crew in Tulsa inadvertantly connected the El Paso line
into a loop.
In their gleefully didligent haste, a foam tile was knocked off one
of the endpoint buildings when the connection was made. It fell into
the loop, and ceased to exist as a tangible object. It was smeared
over the path of the Building loop, and existed in all places at once.
Now this existence slowly leaked memory into the void between the
doors, and the foam began to quantum tunnel into nearby but off-loop
Buildings. Soon the whole travel network was involved, a critical mass
achieved, and the axiomatic geometric underpinnings of the Unverse twitched.
The head of the Tulsa crew picked himself up off the ground and
gingerly approached the nearest Building. He leaned over, and looked
through a door, into the Building. He stepped through, and was Inside.
The Company promptly settled with the union, and changed into a
That is why Buildings have Insides as well as Outsides.
Implementation of the Semtilliac Throne Room
Design for Semtilliac Throne Room
Sunday, January 08, 2006
Vorchek Insists, "Reality is not a Virtual Fog of Probability Froth!"
Saturday, January 07, 2006
Remembering Lake Last Year
Thursday, January 05, 2006
Sabaki and Lady wonder,"What the heck have Robin's and Jonah gotten themselves into now? Do you think Friday Ark #68 can get in there to save them?" Dayjob Ex Maraschino says," Hold on tight! The Coast Guard is sending Captain Modulator to the rescue!"
The log run crashes over the horizon and through the website seeking out eatstuff where Weekend Cat Blogging is bound and tied to the foremast, forced to tickle kitties! Coming soon to an Australia near you. Be the first on your block, a joy I can never experience, living on the far end of the day.
Speaking of which, at the end of a long day's journey into weekend frivolity, a relaxing exercise in which thumb wrestling and herding cats will entertain all, just order that pizza, gather around the Ed Sullivan Show, and watch Pages Turned host Carnival of the Cats #94.
Church of Newt
Wednesday, January 04, 2006
Jackson Pollock Tree
Tuesday, January 03, 2006
Monday, January 02, 2006
Sunday, January 01, 2006
Portrait of my Dad