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LOLcats in the news... [May. 4th, 2007|06:57 am]
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...Well, okay, not "news" exactly...but a reasonable internets facsimile thereof.

This absolutely kills me, in oh so many ways. It really must be seen to be believed: Lolcats in ur Starship mocking ur classic Trek characters.
I only wish I had this kind of spare time.

And then yesterday, drengy sent me this opposing viewpoint from Diesel Sweeties. It's like Jane and Bill on SNL Update, only no one is an ignorant slut.

In case you were wondering, Wiki has quite the extensive entry on what, exactly, an lolcat is...

On a rather less lolcat note, a friend sent this link to me yesterday about even more pet food being recalled. Her comment on the link was, "This article is not very helpful. Only says, more food recalled." Which is true enough; it's not the most in-depth article if you're looking for a "do not buy" list of brands and flavours. But some of the links off that article are scary...was the food tainted on purpose? I could totally see that (but then again I grew up during the Cold War)...the underpaid Chinese workers striking back against the spoiled industrialist fascists whose animals eat better than many of them do?
Okay, maybe I'm getting all conspiracy theory over here, but still...it does kind of make you wonder, doesn't it?

And with that cheerful thought...I'm off to prepare for battle work...

[User Picture]From: spoothbrush
2007-05-04 04:22 pm (UTC)
NYT suggested that the issue with the pet food is that they weren't just putting ground up bits of melamine into it (I paraphrase), but that they were putting essentially leftover bits of melamine that came with, like, floor sweepings and crap in them, because that's the cheapest way to get the stuff, and it's all the adulteration that's really dangerous.

Go go free market economy!
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