Kittens livestreaming, free game, Pikatchu turns to the Dark Side

Hopefully later today the minion will enable photos to be posted to this site; THEN we’ll have Free comic book day photos and World Guinness Book cosplay attempt photos up (I think Melbourne did it, yay!)  Until then, here are a few things to keep you happy.

Free game being spruiked by Neil Gaiman on Twitter


http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mr.-toast/id519393512?mt=8

LIve streaming Kittens

If they don’t melt your heart, you don’t have one.  Thanks to Boing Boing for link

http://new.livestream.com/FosterKittenCam/MirandasKittens

 Pikachu has gone to the Dark Side… at least they have cookies

and if you want it on a teeshirt, go here http://nerdapproved.com/news/a-wild-sith-appeared-on-a-t-shirt/

3 Comments

  1. i never knew we could search for something like that it’s interesting and something i might look into when i find some free time!

    1. We all hope that our feline feinrds will be with us for a lifetime. For the elderly owner of Tasha and Cleo, that wasn’t to be. She was forced to give her faithful companions up for adoption due to her inability to continue caring for them. These poor lady cats have been devastated by the loss of their human companion. As if that wasn’t enough stress, the ladies have come down with a nasty kitty cold. They are scared, lonely, and not eating well. What they need is a quiet, safe place to get well. Cleo is currently in the medical clinic receiving treatment. Tasha is with a foster, but will need a new foster by Friday. They would love to go to a new home together. With their previous owner, the ladies loved to follow her around the house. They both enjoy lap time and cuddles. They are calm, well mannered ladies. Can you open your heart and home to these ladies? All they want is a chance to be loved again. If you are interested in fostering either or both please contact email hidden; JavaScript is required/* */

  2. That first article is reelavnt to something recent in my life. I decided to be nicer to people and give more people the benefit of the doubt, and I found that I was defending even people of questionable character. I think that’s good, but I also have to be wary.There was a recent dramatic kerfuffle between a blogger and a YouTube parodist. The first time I read what the blogger had to say about this guy, I instantly felt like she was right and he was a jerk. What made it complicated was that I recently messaged the parodist (before the drama) and complimented his work ethic, and he even replied a few days later. So I had that, and then I saw the vitriol that was aimed at the parodist, so I paid more attention to her scathing remarks, and started thinking maybe he was innocent, and if he wasn’t it would be worth defending him anyway; it seemed like the reaction didn’t fit the crime.I analyzed her post, made counterpoints, and figured what I thought was just as likely as what the blogger was suggesting. I wanted to publicly support the guy because I felt sorry for him. I emailed Skepchick to try to get it online as a reader rant. Rebecca herself replied and told me not to bother basically. At first I didn’t want to hear this, but I did say in my response that I would take her input and look at it again. So I did, including rereading hundreds of Reddit posts.I don’t like admitting this but the blogger is probably in the right. I have to remember that even if I don’t like going after certain people, it doesn’t mean that they are more worthy of credibility or trust. When I first looked at things, it did honestly seem that the two were evenly matched. I was wrong.

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