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Shelley Batts says
You know, that might explain where my copy of ‘The God Delusion’ went. I better check Pepper’s cage…
Teenage Lobotomy says
Question of the day. Can a neuroscience BABE fall
in love with a Atheist BSA Ridin Flintlock Shootin Ramones
fan 25yrs+ her age?
The non-existence of ceiling-cat will come as a relief to many of us posters.
From the Random Quote bar on the left:
“… Dad says the sun isnt going out. He says its colder because the earth’s orbit is taking us farther from the sun…”
Bill Watterson, Calvin and Hobbes
Does the Bad Astronomer know you’re perpetuating this bit of bad astronomy?
But, but, there are PICTURES of ceiling cat! Of course, he looks different in each one of them, but that’s the, um, variable nature of ceiling cat, that he is all things to all species. And he has made many pronouncements! They are written down in the sacred texts of icanhascheezburger!
I’ll take peace negotiator cat to ceiling cat any day.
Goddamn Shelley, you sure are cute!
Jus sayin, ya know…,
Rich Stage says
My ‘tiels* have some thoughts on all this
They say, “Wait, God doesn’t exist?”
And then they both say
(while the cat is away)
“Feed me or we’ll bite off your wrist.”
I wonder if they’d feel the same
(or would I just be changing the game)
Would they call me a sinner,
if, when the cat needed dinner
I’d forgotten to secure their cage?
God’s where you want him to be.
In a book, in the air, on TV.
One thing I don’t get:
Am I God to my pets?
I hope not; that thought terrifies me.
*Cockatiels, for all you non-avian types.
Bob V says
Well, my cat actually, who is god of his own universe in this house, often looks up at our ceiling fans with terror, as if they are some sort of bird about to swoop down and carry him away. Must be something in his genes, I figure…