More Random Thoughts

More Random Thoughts November 4, 2013

The ancient Egyptians worshipped cats as deities. Cats have never forgotten this.


“Morgan” is Welsh for “Man of the sea.” Kind of goes with my Viking ancestry.


The author of Ecclesiastes writes “Cast your bread upon the waters, for you will find it after many days.” Good advice, unless you don’t care for soggy and out-of-date bread.



The older I get, the more Aristotelian I become. The older I get, the more I look like Plato.

The author of Proverbs writes “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.” Apparently the author of Proverbs never had children.

From the “too much information” file and Annie Dillard–A conversation between a missionary and an Eskimo. Eskimo: “If I had never heard about Jesus, would I go to hell for not believing in him?” Missionary: “No, you would not go to hell if you had never heard about him.” Eskimo: “Then why did you tell me about him?”


mime-attachmentPmime-attachment (2)ets should be able to take out a restraining order against their owners on Halloween.

The next time I’m talking with someone who punctuates every other sentence with “You know what I’m sayin’?”  I will respond “No, I don’t. I only understand Swahili,

If I did participate in Halloween activities, this would be Frieda’s costume.


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  • Sandra Keating

    Ok, I REALLY want to know how they got the picture on the cat’s back end – I can’t even clip my cats’ nails! And, yes, there is probably a great myth told by old wise cats to kittens about how in ancient times they were gods, but somehow fell to their present state. I’ve always thought Planet of the Apes missed the point and it should be Planet of the Cats.

  • David Kennedy

    Love those! Thanks for sharing. SNL needs you!