Monday, May 22, 2017

King Festus, His Technology

Festus on a Saturday Afternoon from Snoodfire Industries on Vimeo.

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  1. Aw. Look at that furrrrrrr. Irresistible. (And the view from the window is not too shabby either.)

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    1. Having just planted a redbud in the yard two hours ago (with flashlight and spade in the dark, just to give the neighbors something to speculate on), I'm kinda eyeing that japanese maple...

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  2. Google wanted me to solve three captchas, then two additional capthas to post that comment. Srsly.

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    1. oh wtf, honestly, this bizarre little proxy war has got to end! You'd think at least Google could track people six ways to sunday without making us jump through flaming hoops...

      Thank you for persevering!

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  3. Well obviously this is my favoritest thing ever. Is it my imagination or does he seem to be wanting to chase the birds depicted in the music? ;-)

    (inquiring minds are wondering if that is video or audio...)

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    1. I'm pretty sure he thinks that bit is all about chasing birds and mice :)

      That recent contribution to the commonweal over at the other place, it is that.

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    2. well it's defnitely chasing *something* (coughcough)

      all hail contributions to the commonweal:-)

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  4. This video is addictive. I had to come back.

    Which made me think of this episode of Dear Prudence in which a guy admits he kinda finds his cat more fascinating than his wife : http://www.slate.com/articles/podcasts/dear_prudence/2017/05/dear_prudence_podcast_the_cat_astrophe_edition.html

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    1. On the plus side, if he observed his wife to the degree that he claims to observe his cat, she would probably find it creepy and intolerable.

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