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Friday Cat-Blogging Archives

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May 18, 2007
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 10:15 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Not that it matters, because Jerry Falwell said that the AntiChrist was male, Jewish and alive.

I meet all three criteria, so I might as well turn in my application, right?

Anyway, it's time for... for... um... er...

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Rating: 2.4/5 (11 votes cast)

Comments (5)
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April 27, 2007
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 11:04 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

It's not that IMAO really needs apolitical Friday Catblogging, you know. IMAO is strong and vibrant without it.

Friday Catblogging makes IMAO stronger and vibranter, darn it.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Fuzzface:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


National Hairball Awareness Day

Friday Ark #136 - Today

Carnival of the Cats - Sunday

Catcams - All day long.

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Rating: 2.2/5 (13 votes cast)

Comments (9)
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March 23, 2007
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 10:18 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

I'd make it political, but the shock of Houston Texans quarterback and sack-magnet being told he's on the auction block (despite being clutched to like a binkie blanket last year at the expense of passing up Vince Young) leaves me speechless.

Anyway, it's time for Frisky the Spoiled:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Frisky is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


The six catcams are on during the day, every weekday.

Friday Ark #131 is at The Modulator.

Carnival of the Cats is Sunday.

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Rating: 2.8/5 (16 votes cast)

Comments (10)
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March 16, 2007
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 10:26 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Can't think. Full of Cajun food. Brain clogged with spicy, fattiness.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Flippykitty:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


The six catcams are on during the day, every weekday.

Friday Ark #130 is at The Modulator.

Carnival of the Cats is Sunday.

Read More...


Rating: 2.7/5 (11 votes cast)

Comments (3)
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March 09, 2007
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 11:53 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

March Madness is right around the corner, so it makes sense to bring the blogging that makes people the maddest out of the dustbin.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Flippykitty:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


The six catcams are on during the day, every weekday.

Friday Ark #126 is at The Modulator.

Carnival of the Cats is at Carnival of the Cats on Sunday at 18:00.

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Rating: 2.1/5 (12 votes cast)

Comments (8)
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February 16, 2007
Friday Catblogging Returns!
Posted by Laurence Simon at 10:13 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

My Sony P-52 digital camera died, so I was without a still camera for weeks... until... my beloved Valentine gave to me a Canon PowerShot SD800IS Digital Elph.

It's so much nicer than flowers... and it's the gift that keeps on giving! (Okay, I gave her flowers and a Franklin's worth of random bath stuff from the local Pier One clone... I suck)

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Flippykitty:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


The six catcams are on during the day, every weekday.

Friday Ark #126 is at The Modulator.

Carnival of the Cats is at Pets Garden Blog on Sunday at 18:00.

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Rating: 2.9/5 (13 votes cast)

Comments (13)
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February 02, 2007
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 11:20 PM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Super Bowl Sunday is this weekend, and all of the other IMAO bloggers are getting ready to celebrate along with... with... um...

Okay, so I don't follow the NFL too closely anymore. I guess that's why they have me hauling bags of ice and chopping wood.

Anyway, it's time for Piper the Aware:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

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Rating: 2.1/5 (12 votes cast)

Comments (14)
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January 26, 2007
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 06:40 PM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sorry I've been so quiet, but my Sony camera broke this week... just like that stupid Sony webcam that I torched last year.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Freak:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.



You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Read More...


Rating: 2.7/5 (10 votes cast)


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January 19, 2007
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 11:40 PM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, Harry Reid wants to register all bloggers, but he won't register catbloggers, will he?

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Zen Archer:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Read More...


Rating: 2.6/5 (14 votes cast)

Comments (5)
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January 12, 2007
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:18 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Florida whomped the crap out of Ohio State, yeah, we know. Still, why did they have a blimp flying around for exterior shots around a dome? A dome? That makes as much sense as... catblogging.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Silly:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Read More...


Rating: 2.8/5 (14 votes cast)

Comments (8)
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January 05, 2007
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 10:09 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

It's the new year, so it's time for some changes... now instead of just me Friday Catblogging, I'll... I'll... I'll start smoking while Friday Catblogging.

Mmmmmm... menthol. My T-zone rasps in delight.

Anyway, it's time for Frisky the Deranged:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Frisky is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Read More...


Rating: 2.9/5 (12 votes cast)

Comments (6)
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December 29, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:50 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Everybody's a bit concerned around here about FrankJ wanting to fire his guns in the air for New Years, but I'm a bit more concerned about SarahK firing her guns at... well... me. Unti lthen, I guess I should Friday Catblog.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Ancient Chinese Secret:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Read More...


Rating: 2.9/5 (12 votes cast)

Comments (5)
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December 22, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 10:12 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

While all the other IMAOers have visions of sugarplums dancing i ntheir heads, I didn't drink the Peytoe and Peppermint blend "tea" that Rightwingduck got from his cousins, so I'm Friday Catblogging

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Doubter:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Read More...


Rating: 2.9/5 (15 votes cast)

Comments (7)
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December 15, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:59 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

While the other IMAO bloggers are putting up their Christmas trees and writing up Christmas cards and going Christmas shopping (even Harvey the Atheist), I'm left with the task of coming up with the funny because all I've got to do is make sure we've got enough oil to last 8 days.

Well ,that and making the chocolate coins last. That'll take a miracle, eh.

Anyway, it's time for Frisky the Cavekitty:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Frisky is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Read More...


Rating: 2.7/5 (12 votes cast)

Comments (4)
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December 08, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 10:42 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

While the other IMAO bloggers mindlessly whore for votes in this 2006 Weblog Awards crapfestival like a bunch of liberals fighting for space on Michael Moore's ass to kiss (not that it's all that hard to do, considering the size of his revolting backside), I'm doing my best to recover from the shock long enough to get back to the catblogging routine.

Anyway, it's time for Frisky the Cavekitty:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Frisky is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.0/5 (9 votes cast)

Comments (7)
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November 24, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 10:47 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Everybody else is in a coma because of the turkey. Well, not the turkey, but the "special" gravy that Russian Premier Vladimir Putin sent us to go along with it.

Being a Jew of Russian Extraction, it is in my genes not to trust the tsars, so I passed on that component of the IMAO Thanksgiving Meal. Oh, and Putin's Polonium Pie... oops, Pumpkin Pie.

Anyway, it's time for Piper the Greedy:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.0/5 (12 votes cast)

Comments (6)
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November 17, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 11:01 PM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Yeah, Frank and Sarah finished the book. Big whup. Will they start Friday Catblogging? Heck no... it's all up to me.

Anyway, it's time for Piper the Comatose:

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If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 3.2/5 (9 votes cast)

Comments (3)
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November 03, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:07 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Let's face it... there's a reason why I' mthe only IMAO blogger who does this Friday Catblogging thing. It's because I have lost teh funny. And, sadly, there is no hope of me ever getting it back.

Anyway, it's time for Piper the Confused:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.9/5 (8 votes cast)

Comments (7)
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October 27, 2006
Ceiling Cat is watching you plot against Jews...
Posted by Laurence Simon at 03:12 PM

One more gratuitous catblog...

I wonder if the Al-Quds Jerusalem Bureau of AP would run with this one?

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Rating: 3.1/5 (15 votes cast)

Comments (9)
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Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:08 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Now when I say "humor-free" I don't mean this post was devoid of humor to begin with. At first, it was robust with humor. But in a process similar to what a coffee bean goes through to end up decaffeinated, this post went from humor-filled to humor-free and likely absorbed a few carcinogens that FrankJ doesn't want to talk about.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Evil and Frisky the Scaredr:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo and Frisky are... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.7/5 (9 votes cast)

Comments (4)
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October 20, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:22 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

All of the other IMAO bloggers are busy looking for puppets to do their own American Fake Spacemonkey videoblog episodes. Well, except for FrankJ, who's trying to dig up his old Ken and Barbie dolls so he can do a "She Blonded Me With Fake Science" and "Fake Frank Discussion" videoblog.

Anyway, it's time for Piper the Puppeteer:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?


One last note... Meryl Yourish's Gracie is going in for surgery this morning.

A moment of your time for a prayer or two would be greatly appreciated.

Rating: 3.7/5 (7 votes cast)

Comments (10)
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October 13, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:58 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

All of the other IMAO bloggers are looking for black cats to catblog with, seeing as how this is Friday the Thirteenth and Halloween is approaching. But I'm willing to settle with a pumpkin-puss orange goofball of a cat so I can make the Friday Catblogging deadline.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo, buddy to all::

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.6/5 (7 votes cast)

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October 06, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:29 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

The rest of IMAO is busy looking for filters for their IM clients. Apparently, Mark Foley likes the IMAO Podcast. Really likes the IMAO podcast.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo, Prisoner of Pants:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

And then light a candle in memory of someone you lost.

Oh, and have some donuts. At least try one of them. It's not like one will hurt you.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.3/5 (8 votes cast)

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September 15, 2006
Friday Catblogging - Royal Cat, Terror Cat
Posted by sarahk at 04:00 PM

Lair's always whining that nobody else catblogs on Friday even though we have cats. So here's a picture of Sydney, who has decided she's the queen of our new guest bedding. It took a couple of smacks on the head for her to understand that "no clawing the comforter" means "no clawing the comforter".

I am queen of this bed.
I am queen of this bed.

And even though my friend Tarina doesn't like cats and is a tad allergic, and even though she kept putting Minerva back on the floor, Minerva took Tarina's horizontal position to mean that she wanted Minerva to occupy Tarina's lap.

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Rating: 2.9/5 (9 votes cast)

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Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 11:30 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, we've received cease-and-desist letters from former President Clinton and his henchman administration's security advisor Sandy Berger, but we here at IMAO are not cowards like ABC or the Walt Disney Corporation. FrankJ is not only braver than their CEO Robert Iger, but he's also much wiser, too.

We believe that we have done our best to stick to official records when dramatizing Friday Catblogging incidents in the White House that led to Osama Bin Laden's unfortunate survival of the Twentieth Century.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Flippykitty:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 3.0/5 (12 votes cast)

Comments (9)
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September 08, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 12:08 PM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Without these Friday Catblogging posts, commenter Bilbo would have to post his "You like cats. This means you're gay" comments in Frank's posts, and Frank wouldn't be satisfied with just deleting the comments or altering them to some random silly phrase. No, he'd ask SarahK to hunt down and kill the little creep.

Actually hunting down and killing a nuisance is not what a keyboard-riding chickenhawk does. It would set a bad example to all the other bloggers out there, and we're all about peace, love, and understanding here, right?

Anyway, it's time for Piper the Tired:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 3.1/5 (9 votes cast)

Comments (5)
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September 01, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:52 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

I get stuck doing this because everybody else is off at the mosque, bowing over and over again on the dirty floor because Frank J. left the prayer mats in the dryer too long and they shrunk. Will he buy new ones? Of course not, the cheap bastard!

Anyway, it's time for Piper the Curious:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.9/5 (12 votes cast)

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August 25, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:19 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

This is how I compensate for not having teh funny. Well, that and beating up Spacemonkey, but everybody does that these days.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Unwise:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 3.0/5 (11 votes cast)

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August 18, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 10:07 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Have you told me what you want? What you really, really want? Well, we're all out of that zigga-zig-zoom. Spacemonkey ate it all. So I'm stuck with this peddling this crap.

Anyway, it's time for Frisky the Beloved:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Edloe is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.9/5 (8 votes cast)

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August 11, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 11:00 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

This is when I make some kind of silly statement about how I'm the only one who catblogs here, but the Department Of Homeland Security has imposed severe restrictions on excuse-making at airports due to the recent raising of the Threat Level from Yellow to Red.

Anyway, it's time for Edloe the Grumpus:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Edloe is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

On Saturday, Eatstuff usually does a roundup.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 3.0/5 (5 votes cast)

Comments (6)
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August 04, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:56 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Not only am I responsible for all of the wars in the world (so says Mel Gibson), but I am responsible for all of the catblogging here. You'd think that FrankJ or SarahK or SpaceM or RightWD or the others would want the catblogging responsibility, but nooooooooooooo they want the war thing. Sheesh!

Anyway, it's time for Frisky the Clean:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Frisky is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog.

On Saturday, Eatstuff usually does a roundup.

Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness.

There's also Flickr Groups called Furry Friday and Friday Catblogging.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.2/5 (8 votes cast)

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July 28, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 10:56 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Of course, this will likely get caught in the series of tubes Senator Ted Stevens claims the Internet is made out of, but I just happen to have IMAO's copy of the map of tubes and I found a compass in my Cracker Jack box.

Anyway, it's time for Piper the Sneaky:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog. Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness. There's also a Flikr Group called Furry Friday.

Add to that Weekend Catblogging at Eatstuff.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 3.4/5 (10 votes cast)

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July 21, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:48 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers beat me up for doing this, but my grandmother used to say that bruises are God's gold stars in the School Of Life. (It didn't help that my great-grandfather was a professional boxer who... well, let's say he took his work home with him at night.)

Anyway, it's time for Piper the Vicious:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog. Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness. There's also a Flikr Group called Furry Friday.

Add to that Weekend Catblogging at Eatstuff.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.2/5 (8 votes cast)

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July 14, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:36 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but catblogging duties are assived by drawing straws every week and I keep drawing the short straw.

Anyway, it's time for Intrepid Nardo:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog. Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness. There's also a Flikr Group called Furry Friday.

Add to that Weekend Catblogging at Eatstuff.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.1/5 (9 votes cast)

Comments (4)
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July 07, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:37 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but they're funny, so they don't have to rely on posting cat photos and then getting others to post up captions to make them funny. Not that I'm jealous. mind you. Just saying.

Anyway, it's time for Thirsty Piper:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog. Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness. There's also a Flikr Group called Furry Friday.

Add to that Weekend Catblogging at Eatstuff.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.3/5 (11 votes cast)

Comments (7)
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June 23, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:26 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but we all know that I'm the least-funny of the IMAO bloggers, so I'm the one who's stuck to resorting to cat photos and fart jokes.

Anyway, it's time for Edloe the Grumpus:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Edloe is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog. Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness. There's also a Flikr Group called Furry Friday.

Add to that Weekend Catblogging at Eatstuff.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.7/5 (11 votes cast)

Comments (16)
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June 16, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:19 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but we all know that I'm the least-funny of the IMAO bloggers, so I'm the one who's stuck to resorting to cat photos and fart jokes.

Anyway, it's time for Piper and Nardo:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper and Nardo are... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog. Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness. There's also a Flikr Group called Furry Friday.

Add to that Weekend Catblogging at Eatstuff.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.6/5 (6 votes cast)

Comments (11)
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June 09, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 11:33 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them who has enough space left on his digital camera to snap photos of the little boogers doing stupid things all day.

Anyway, it's time for Piper the Little:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog. Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness. There's also a Flikr Group called Furry Friday.

Add to that Weekend Catblogging at Eatstuff.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 3.1/5 (7 votes cast)

Comments (9)
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June 02, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:11 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them who has the Sixth Sense that allows me to see where blogging and cats converge on the Spiritual Plane.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Loud:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog. Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Cats for more kitty goodness. There's also a Flikr Group called Furry Friday.

Add to that Weekend Catblogging at Eatstuff.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.4/5 (7 votes cast)

Comments (8)
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May 26, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:00 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them who has the Sixth Sense that allows me to see where blogging and cats converge on the Spiritual Plane.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Hungry:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog. Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Catsat IMAO for more kitty goodness. There's also a Flikr Group called Furry Friday.

Add to that Weekend Catblogging at Eatstuff.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.5/5 (22 votes cast)

Comments (10)
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May 19, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:41 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them drunk enough to think someone might remotely find this kind of thing interesting. I can quit any time! Don't pressure me! I'm chewing that special Stop Drinking gum stuff for it, man!

Anyway, it's time for Edloe the Shy:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Edloe is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)


You can find more examples of Friday catblogging by searching a blog search engine such as Technorati for "catblogging."

You can also find a roundup of catblogging posts at The Friday Ark, located at The Modulator blog. Then, when the weekend is nearly over, head over to The Carnival of the Catsat IMAO for more kitty goodness. There's also a Flikr Group called Furry Friday.

Add to that Weekend Catblogging at Eatstuff.

Anybody I miss?

Rating: 2.3/5 (10 votes cast)

Comments (9)
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May 12, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 10:11 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them willing to risk condemnation from anti-Meowites by catblogging. On Friday. The holiest day of the week.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Sneaky:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 2.6/5 (8 votes cast)

Comments (21)
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May 05, 2006
Dinocats
Posted by sarahk at 02:20 PM

In the SarahK / Frank J. rainforest known as the Master Bathroom, the keen observer can spot two rare creatures, which only emerge from their Guest Room lair and take residence atop the Cliffs of Insanity in the Master Bathroom when their lone predator, the Pitabullus, seeks its prey. I have captured these creatures in digital form for your viewing pleasure.

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Rating: 3.8/5 (8 votes cast)

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Cinco De Meow Meow Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 10:24 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

But instead of the usual Friday Catblogging, I realize that it's also Cinco De Mayo. So... it's time for Cinco De Meow Meow Blogging

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them brilliant enough to combine cats and blogging without chopped onions, peppers, salt, pepper, and in an oven set at 350 degrees for thirty minutes.

Anyway, it's time for Frisky the Tipsy:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Frisky is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 2.0/5 (13 votes cast)

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April 28, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:14 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them brilliant enough to combine cats and blogging without blowing them up in a messy explosion of fur and PHP codes.

Anyway, it's time for Frisky the Fluffy:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Frisky is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 2.8/5 (10 votes cast)

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April 21, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 10:20 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but none of them are insane enough to fire up six webcams at once and watch their every move.

Anyway, it's time for...

Hold on. I'm being told that a theft is in progress!

If you're not sure how this absurd sequence pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 2.7/5 (9 votes cast)

Comments (10)
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April 14, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:24 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them brilliant enough to combine cats and blogging without blowing them up in a messy explosion of fur and PHP codes.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo the Unwise:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 1.6/5 (12 votes cast)

Comments (21)
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April 07, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:17 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them mad enough to Friday Catblog. Is there anything more mad than catblogging?

Anyway, it's time for Fencekitty Piper:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 2.5/5 (11 votes cast)

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March 31, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:35 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them powerful enough to Friday Catblog. Because it takes a lot of power to catblog.

Anyway, it's time for Nardo:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 2.3/5 (11 votes cast)

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March 24, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:18 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them stupid enough to Friday Catblog. Maybe they're all super-smart or something. And pretty, too.

Anyway, it's time for Frisky:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Frisky is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats will be this upcoming Sunday at Catcall, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 2.0/5 (10 votes cast)

Comments (16)
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March 17, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:43 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them brave enough to Friday Catblog. Maybe they're worried that they'll get fleas. Well, more fleas than usual. (e.d.: we need to fleadip Ducky again)

Anyway, today being St. Patrick's Day, it's time for Edloe O'Grumpus:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Edloe is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats will be this upcoming Sunday at Catcall, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 2.8/5 (9 votes cast)

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March 10, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:25 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them brave enough to Friday Catblog. Next thing you know, they'll make me do all the laundry and take the trash out.

Anyway, today it's... um... what?

What the heck are these things?

Anyway, if you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that these things are... er...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats on Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 1.1/5 (9 votes cast)

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March 03, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:07 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them brave enough to Friday Catblog. Maybe they're worried that Japanese will riot and burn down Hello Kitty stores or something.

Anyway, today it's Frisky the Soupmonger:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Frisky is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats will be this upcoming Sunday at Catcall, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 2.4/5 (8 votes cast)

Comments (23)
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February 24, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:00 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Sure, some of the IMAO bloggers have cats, but apparently I'm the only one of them brave enough to Friday Catblog. Maybe they're worried that Japanese will riot and burn down Hello Kitty stores or something.

Anyway, today it's Frisky the Fluffball:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Frisky is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats will be this upcoming Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 2.4/5 (10 votes cast)

Comments (12)
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February 17, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:00 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Today, it's Piper the Fencekitty:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats will be this upcoming Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 2.0/5 (11 votes cast)

Comments (11)
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February 10, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 08:30 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Today, it's Nardo the Stripey:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats will be this upcoming Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 1.5/5 (8 votes cast)

Comments (11)
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February 03, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:23 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Today, it's a two-fer: Nardo the Orange and Piper the Crazy:

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo and Piper are... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats will be this upcoming Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 1.1/5 (7 votes cast)

Comments (11)
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January 20, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:15 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Today, it's Piper the Cavekitty...

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats will be this upcoming Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 1.6/5 (7 votes cast)

Comments (8)
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January 13, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:10 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Today, it's Frisky the Feline Delinquent...

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Frisky is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats will be this upcoming Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 2.3/5 (6 votes cast)

Comments (4)
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January 06, 2006
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:11 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Today, it's St. Edloe the Grumpus, just kicking back and in control...

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Edloe is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats will be this upcoming Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com. Oh, and there's now a fifth catcam.)

Rating: 1.8/5 (5 votes cast)

Comments (12)
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December 30, 2005
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:10 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Today, it's Frisky the King Of Fluffiness...

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Frisky is... um...

Wait. Now Piper's shown up. Hold on...

And now Nardo's getting into the act.

Well, isn't that just great. Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats will be this upcoming Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 1.5/5 (8 votes cast)

Comments (18)
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December 16, 2005
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:11 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Today, it's Frisky the Fluffy Warmonger...

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Frisky is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats will be this upcoming Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 1.9/5 (8 votes cast)

Comments (19)
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December 09, 2005
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:18 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Today, it's Piper the Crackbaby with a little bag of something...

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats will be this upcoming Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 2.6/5 (10 votes cast)

Comments (9)
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November 25, 2005
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:30 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Today, it's Piper the Rat checking out a Thanksgiving feast.

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Piper is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats will be at IMAO this upcoming Sunday, so send your catblogging links to submissions @ carnivalofthecats.com.)

Rating: 2.9/5 (8 votes cast)

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November 18, 2005
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 09:29 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO (aka "I-MEOW").

Today, it's Nardo the Mutant telling Santa what he wants for Christmas... well... um... sorta...

If you're not sure how this absurd scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Nardo is... um...

Help me out here. Make your suggestions in the comments how this scene is, in fact, a political allegory.

(For more animal goodness, try Friday Ark today and Carnival of the Cats on Sundays.)

Rating: 2.4/5 (13 votes cast)

Comments (13)
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August 19, 2005
Friday Catblogging
Posted by Laurence Simon at 10:06 AM

Since it's Friday, I thought I'd spread the joy of humor-free, apolitical Friday Catblogging to IMAO.

Live, via webcam, Frisky poses:

If you're not sure how this tranquil scene pertains to IMAO, since IMAO is famous for that "political humor" thing, it doesn't. If you must have some semblance of politics or humor in everything you read here, just assume that Frisky is sitting on the roof of a synagogue in the Gaza town of Neve Dekalim and repared to attack any evacuation policeman or soldier with his teeth, claws, or flaming cat-toys to defend his homeland.

Plus, he's orange.

(For more animal goodness, try The Friday Ark)

Rating: 2.6/5 (6 votes cast)

Comments (6)
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