Um.... Feel free to comment. I don't bite! (Or nip. Or scratch. Unlike some cats I can name.) Let me hear from you. About anything. Such as how incredibly cute Tucker is in the yellow wagon, his tongue sticking out. He lost his teeth at a young age (everyone in his extended family of strays have/had dental issues) and that's why his kitty tongue, often as not, is on display. He's the sweetest cat who ever lived, by the way. He's one of two official greeters--cats who welcome newcomers into the brood while others are busy hissing, swatting, and otherwise acting like jerks.
Wow! 100,000, and then some! A milestone! And you... was there!
Scheduled outage at 4PM PDT. I keep forgetting what time that is in our zone. 7 PM or 8 PM. One of the two. Lots of scheduled outings lately. I'm getting paranoid.
No, just kidding. I've always been paranoid.
I need 100,000-listener music. Let me repost something--anything. Ummm....
Journey Into Space, Frank Weir's Saxophone and Orchestra, 1955. From London 45.
Round Town Girls, The Hill Billies, 1926.
Huh? The Top Kicks, 1954. From Guyden label 78.
Rock the Joint, Jimmy Preston and His Prestonians, 1949.
Little Joe from Chicago, Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy, 1957. From RCA Victor LP.
Annnnnnd... it looks like Boxnet is not functioning. Oh, splendid.