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August again! Time for my favorite part of the whole summer:

Living with Winston Churchill.

Bill Crosbie was over last night and pointed out that’s who Henry looks like. He’s absolutely right. Henry is the best cat ever, and I wish he was mine. He is so peculiar looking and so floppy and personable that I hardly think of him as a cat at all. Just a very small hairstylist with unorthodox techniques, like using his stinky snaggly maw.

Churchill pic thanks to 64 Baker St.


  1. bacon wrote:

    Oh dear GOD! He’s even more terrifying than I remembered! Keeping that dreadful dog in line has really taken a toll on poor Hank.

    Friday, August 6, 2004 at 6:22 pm | Permalink
  2. sly wrote:

    YAY! it’s HENRY! He wins the prize for Dear Ugly Pet. A close second is Lucy, aka PigBat, the french bulldog I babysat a while ago.

    I am coming to have quite the collection of ugly pet pictures.

    It’s surprising how much this picture looks like the one I took of Henry last year when I visited. I guess he’s really only got one facial expression, huh.

    Monday, August 9, 2004 at 1:31 pm | Permalink
  3. whats inside of the book wrote:

    This is in response to a post you cancelled under the fear of enlightening yourself to a reality you did not presume to be possible. I don’t elive that you should have stopped the responses to your question ecause I think you would have found that there are many young men who can cast a truthful light on your specious question.

    The post is entitled:

    ****Ecause you were proaly turned off by the gansta tone used in the last post, I am going to speak so that you can understand, using clear syntax and clever diction.****

    Greetings gus and oserve,
    As you are reading this I wish to propose to you a perplexing question, “Do you believe a young man/gansta can write this shit?” (Here’s an ebonics lesson you and those like you can cite to seem cool) The answer is that I ain’t got to answer to no ignorant craccas (nuff said). We are not stupid. If we say something, it is for a reason. Gangs were not about murderous neiorhood gansters until YT fucced shit up. A gang is an organization with rights, privileges, and practices that must be learned by earning respect. Since some of you sound like college miseducated YTs, I’ll put it like this: You would not reveal your fraternity’s secret hand-shake to non-members ecause you have to be initiated and do YT shit to learn it, and its more than puting hands together, right? The crip-walk may just be a “dance” but respect it as you respect the secrecy of the Skull & Bones fraternity that runs America
    *S&B “dances” are probably guarded by punishment of death or placement in a dead-end civil service job.*
    In conclusion, y don’t yall YT’s make up ya own ill “dance” dat ya’ll can feel cool doin?

    P.S Bkig Bkoi needs to get off the yayo and throw out his outkast CD^s.(respond if you need a translation)

    Tuesday, August 17, 2004 at 7:40 pm | Permalink
  4. Hi Gillian,

    I’m a fellow blogger from El Centro, California. Sound familiar? (Yeap, I’ve met your sister.) I’ll be stoppin’ in to see what you have to say… keep bloggin…

    Friday, August 20, 2004 at 1:55 am | Permalink
  5. gus wrote:

    um, actually, I turned off comments for that post because I was hearing from plenty of young men (and women) who didn’t take the time to read the post and either wrote “teach me 2 crip walk” for the 500th time or were threatening others. I really did enjoy the good parts of the discussion that came out of it.

    and some of us crackers *specifically* chose our colleges because we didn’t want to be anywhere near fraternity culture. specifically not S&B. thanks.

    Tuesday, August 24, 2004 at 2:37 pm | Permalink
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