January 30th, 2006

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Satanic Cat Watch: Day 1025

It's been widely believed that evil corrupts from within until the physical shell becomes marked with the stigma of it. No matter how deeply it is surpressed, like a volcano, darkness bubbles to the surface. Because of this, it should be no surprise that the most evil of all of Satan's minions, cats, are ecspecially succeptable to this form of visable corruption. They will use their demonic gifts to mask these deformaties as much as they can, but even the powers of the lord of darkness has its limits.

You've now heard me bring you the truth of the dire threat we face from the feline minions of hell for months now. I've told you that their devilry is on the rise and the infernal hoards are gathering their strength for a final push to destroy all of humanity. Because of this gathering of infernal power, more and more of the devil cats are failing to keep their disguises. It becomes harder for them to surpress the burning hellfires within them and they start to revert to their demonic aspects. The cat controlled media tries to sell these cases to the public as mutations or normal genetic abnormalities, but they have not blinded some of us to the truth.

In just the past month or two, there have been many instances of cats sporting marks of the prince of lies. These are just inklings of the demonic forms they will assume when the end times come and they lead the abyssal forces of hell against us. Here are just a few:

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Museum visitor trips, breaks Chinese vases

Monday, January 30, 2006; Posted: 8:57 a.m. EST (13:57 GMT)

CAMBRIDGE, England (AP) -- A museum visitor shattered three Qing dynasty Chinese vases when he tripped on his shoelace, stumbled down a stairway and brought the vases crashing to the floor, officials said Monday.

The three vases, dating from the late 17th or early 18th century, had been donated to The Fitzwilliam Museum in the university city of Cambridge in 1948, and were among its best-known artifacts. They had been sitting proudly on the window sill beside the staircase for 40 years.

"It was a most unfortunate and regrettable accident, but we are glad that the visitor involved was able to leave the museum unharmed," said Duncan Robinson, the Fitzwilliam's director.

The museum declined to identify the man who had tripped on a loose shoelace Wednesday.

Asked about the porcelain vases, Margaret Greeves, the museum's assistant director, said: "They are in very, very small pieces, but we are determined to put them back together."

The museum declined to say what the vases were worth.


Niiiicce. Good going, moron. I'm always amazed that this sort of thing dosen't happen more often. From what I recall going to various museums, there's often not all that much protection around various displays that a really good trip and fall couldn't wreck a lot of them. Placing, I'm assuming, expensive and delicate vases on a windowsill was probaly asking for it though. It would have been funny if they had tried to bill the guy for the restoration or the value of the artifact outright. As he's walking out the door he gets a bill for 1.2 million dollars or something. Most expensive museum trip EVER. If they managed to catch it on survellance camera they should take the video and make a mastercard ad out of it.

Ticket to the museum: $10
Replacment shoelace: $1
Tripping and destroying 3 Qing vases? Priceless.
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Only 11.1% to go

Almost managed to get all of Star Trek Enterprise Season 3 downloaded. I've been working on getting all the various eps for that series for weeks now. It's usually slow going since the files are so blooming large and there are usually few people seeding it.

I didn't actually watch the show when it was on UPN, dismissing it as being of little interest. I wanted to see bigger ships, larger weapons, more impressive ship to ship battles, etc and all of that I figured necessitated a jump into the future for a star trek franchise, not a prequel. That and the fact that voyager stank on ice didn't exactly give me confidence that any new series would be better. Having had the oppertunity to watch the first two seasons in order, I have to say that it's been much better than I expected. Certainly, it kicks the living crap out of Voyager. I'm starting to think that what was wrong with voyager is that they had a female captain. It was just unnatural. Sure janeway was pretty manly for a woman, but apparently not manly enough. They should have upped her dose of testosterone.

Anyway, enterprise has been more of a serial storyline rather than episodic, which makes for a better show IMO. All the sci-fi tv shows seem to have adopted that tendancy in part or in whole nowadays. Most notably battlestar galactica is like one gigantic soap opera in space where every plot leads to the next, sorta reminiscent of babylon 5. It gives you a real investment in seeing each episode teasing you along with constant plot hooks and allows for storytelling on a far grander scale.

After this enterprise jaunt, I think I'm finally going to go back and watch firefly/serenity. I've had the shows and movie for a while now but I've been resisting. It goes against my grain sometimes to view something that so many fanboy/girls have raved about. It reminds me of the same sorta crap and eventual disapointment that came with the star wars prequels or the matrix movies past the first.

BTW 11.0% now.
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