Sticky Eyes Brown. Hey.
Ha. Texas Bones McGee.
Using her maiden name, my wife is Boney Foot McGee.
Boney Bones Jones
Meteorologists Welcome Newest Cloud Type
Cumulus, nimbus, stratus, cirrus…asperatus? First “discovered” in 2009, scientists have finally named this dramatic and rare cloud occurence as Undulatus Asperatus.
It’s like gauze.
It’s like Glasslands.
“He really is just very attractive. He wears his tuxedo everywhere he goes, and he wears white socks on every foot. He has a bit of a belly, which we thought was something that all neutered cats have, until our vet told us: “No…he’s just fat.” We started feeding him a bit more after that.”
“This one’s complicated. Jonathan LOVES houseguests-who-are-people! But he deeply hates other cats. He is friendly with us most of the time, in adorable amazing ways, but when he feels like it he totally tears us up with bloody bites. He’s super awesome, because he’s very curious and outgoing, but sometimes he really needs to let up.”
“Jonathan gets high marks on usefulness because he is totally fine being transported to other places. It is really effing useful that we can bring him with us when we go away for the weekend—he very clearly even LIKES exploring new houses. He did unfortunately recently learn how to vomit in the car.”
“On his own terms, dude. When the alarm goes off in the morning, Jon is READY for some snuggles. When the snooze goes off five minutes later, he’s back for more. I just upped his grade because of how deeply in love with him I fall every morning. But if you try to spoon him, he’s up and running at the first sniff of your desperation.”
Overall Grade: B+
I’ve actually met this cat. I’m a huge fan.
I know this cat too! He is pretty hyper, but I would give him a B+ as well.
Not a fan.
Sitting at home on a Saturday night watching the U.S. Open and making a wedding dance party playlist. Want to help? What awesome songs should we play?
Hey there, Tiny Chicago. Meet your older brother, Time Lapse Chicago. You’re both so cute.
Gave this an extra star on Netflix for Hackman’s rockin’ ‘stache, which is in every scene!
Plus one for the map of L.A. on his office wall. Perfect.
I don’t want to say too much about the thing itself, only to note that as The New Yorker has printed another long journalistic account of a murder, Janet Malcolm’s piece about a killing in a Bukharan Jewish community in Forest Hills, Queens, has just come out as a book. It’s an awesome piece of work, shocking and subtle and infuriating, and you should read it if the thinking-about-more-things-per-page-than-a-courtroom-thriller-style-book-should-allow-for genre is your cup of tea.