goombas.org
menu
main
links
all items
rss feed

Topics:
coding
games
goombas.org
horror
judgement
life
minutiae
music
rants
software
fool.
 _-
 oO
 |/
/|
/ \
Ugh, stop twitching
the multivarious uses of cats
life Posted 2006-08-15 00:53:53 by Jim Crawford
I miss having a cat around, not just because I like cats, but because I can use them to explain away disquieting noises I hear when I'm trying to go to sleep. Sounds like someone's walking into my room? No worries, it must be the cat. Shuffling noises in the closet? Cat. What I could do is set up a noise generator that emits horrifying sound effects at random intervals. Then, when it freaks out the guests, I can explain that that's what I have in lieu of a cat.

That doesn't solve the parallel problem of disquieting images I don't-quite-see out of the corner of my eye, though.
[link to this] [See more on “life”]

comments
add a comment
Only anonymous comments are available for now until I get the user system up and running again. Not many people were logging in anyway, so enh.
Permitted HTML tags: <b>, <i>, <u>, <tt>. Also permitted is the <q> pseudo-tag which is meant to delimit quotes from other messages.
name:
email:
subject:
body:
Preview
To prove you are sentient, please type "sentient" into this box

what's this?
This is Jim Crawford's blog. Details and contact information.

On Twitter: @mogwai_poet

recent comments
no subject (Anonymous on we give you the numbers. use the numbers!)
no subject (Anonymous on #weightedsixes
: back and with more bots than ever)
no subject (Anonymous on i didn't say it, he said it)
no subject (Anonymous on digital: a love story -- one-hour review)
no subject (Anonymous on clipping a line segment to a triangle)
no subject (Anonymous on dance dance revolution in the future)
no subject (Anonymous on the best way to eat beans)
no subject (Anonymous on gta3 for gba: the burning question)
no subject (Anonymous on duke nukem forever -- one-hour review)
no subject (Anonymous on take a key for coming in)
no subject (Anonymous on super monkey ball 2 mini-review)
no subject (Anonymous on bioshock, system shock 2, and fear)
no subject (Anonymous on tim's working on physics)
no subject (Anonymous on a review of actionbutton.n
et)
no subject (Anonymous on experts; atari 2600 display hardware)
Comments RSS