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June 3, 2003

Jon Carroll commits what is probably history’s most elaborate lead-in to a column about cats. [07:48 AM]
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Laramie ::: (view all by) ::: June 03, 2003, 11:59 AM:

"Without you, baby, the world is cold, the plants are sick and the cats sulk. "
Yep.

Claude Muncey ::: (view all by) ::: June 03, 2003, 02:11 PM:

Ummmm . . .

When Marilee went to Minnesota for a week last year, her cat Robin (mine currently is Jula and we are held in joint custoy by two others) would sit across the room at me staring, and I could just see him thinking, "If I could only figure out how to phone Missing Persons, you would be dead meat."

Jim Meadows ::: (view all by) ::: June 03, 2003, 02:25 PM:

For some reason, this cat column reminds me of an audio-visual presentation I saw in Peoria, Illinois about the area's history. I do not remember if the production actually started with the cooling of the earth's crust, but I'm sure it worked in the age of the dinosaurs.

marty ::: (view all by) ::: June 04, 2003, 11:59 AM:

I adore Jon Carroll. I thought the lead in for the latest cat column was inspired.