January 05, 2009
Mouser No More
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Was this at the Louvre? Which museum was this from?
Posted by: BWJones | Jan 6, 2009 8:01:12 PM
What's more, no one has cleaned the cat box for at least two thousand years... :(
Posted by: Adam Wilmer | Jan 22, 2009 1:37:53 PM
Actually, this cat may never have been a mouser. Just look at those eyes - they are not facing out in front, as are the eyes of any predatory animal (including humans, and, until now, all cats). So this is some new species of cat with eyes on the side of its head. Quite possible it ate corn.
That's one for all those cryptozoology buffs out there.
Posted by: Mark | Feb 6, 2009 3:37:10 AM
Just in case anyone was the least bit confused... a mouser is not a mouse. A mouser is a cat.
And by the way... Hi Minister Wilmey! In fact... could it be true?... Do we really have Ministers Jones, Wilmey, and Murdoch all gathered together here, on one post? (I'm getting shivers... I really am!)
Posted by: robyn | Feb 10, 2009 1:05:16 PM
"A cat is otherwise known as a mouser, or one who habitually hunts and feasts on mice. (yum)"
I do agree it is a cat, but - if you look at the positioning of the eyes - this is not a hunting cat, but a Corn Cat. Mouser no more, but Corner yes.
Posted by: Rupert Murdoch | Feb 11, 2009 5:10:21 AM
Oh it's true, it's true! I have returned, and nice to see that good old "R" has kept the Republic in shape. And I have several cats, and they all love mice. Dogs also eat mice, but that's because they are gross. LONG LIVE THE TINSELKHAN!
Posted by: Adam Wilmer | Feb 12, 2009 5:24:22 PM
You betcha! Glad to see everyone here for the reunion.
Posted by: BWJones | Feb 13, 2009 10:27:06 PM
Indeed, Adam, I have kept this fine Rupublic in shape. Glad you noticed.
Your good old "R",
Posted by: Rupert Murdoch | Feb 14, 2009 3:41:57 AM
Oh here were go again. I seem to recall many moons ago, that Presidente Miller declared himself our absolute ruler for life. But, be that as it may, many battles, many robots, many burning toilet paper cities and missions with Captain Priceline, later, and we are still here, and this site still rocks.
Posted by: Adam Wilmer | Feb 14, 2009 6:26:16 PM
Ooops, and there was I thinking Captain Shatner was President-for-Life. Or was it the Universal Khan? I forget.
Posted by: Mark | Feb 19, 2009 3:44:49 AM