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December 27, 2008

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Mitch, this is why you are so cool. Hip, edgy poetry combined with a soft spot for kitties. ;)

I agree with LO (as usual). The part about Leo Strauss is unheimlich!

thanks for the kind words! I have fully verified the leo strauss reference! as for the kittens, i love to see how many people watch kitten videos. nothing else can compete with them. i'm trying to figure out how i can get some kittens in here to make some videos without driving my very unaggressive dog crazy. i'm telling you, the public wants kittens!

You can't fool us about kittens -- you love 'em, too!

of course i do. i like cats too. but most of the ones i've seen lately seem kind of depressed and bored. they're also overweight. there seems to be an epidemic of cat obeisity just like with humans. these are puzzling times.

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