Autopsy Charging

November 24, 2009 · 2 comments

I went to bed last night around 11:30.  I think I probably fell asleep around 1, but I can’t say for sure.  Laila Jo has taken to falling asleep on my chest and for whatever reason, it’s been a LONG time since I’ve fallen asleep whilst on my back.  Laila Jo used to hang out on my chest for about ten minutes and then peace out when she was all done purring.  But the last few nights I think she’s been actually falling asleep.

No idea why I need to be on my stomach to fall asleep – probably some weird Freudian thing about being exposed or something.  Whatever.  I’ve been meaning to put together a post all about how I can’t fall asleep on my back anymore, but not only does it not seem that interesting (and I’m not all that worried about it), there’s really not much more to say than that:  I haven’t fallen asleep on my back in a LONG time.

If you’re just joining the discussion, dear reader, Laila Jo is my friend Christine’s cat, for whom I’m sitting until Christine finds a new apartment.  It’s been a few months and I’ve grown quite attached to the little furball.

There seems to be a proliferation of comments on facebook this evening centered around the “captcha” link verification codes.  So far, I’ve seen “Autopsy Charging”, “Ramadan” and “Hitler’s Karate”.  Any idea what gives?  I guess I’ll just have to wait for tomorrow’s Mashable post.

Any thoughts in the meantime?  Sign of the coming apocalypse?  2012?  Goat-staring?


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Apoc November 24, 2009 at 01:14

Signs of the apocalypse? 2012? Goat-staring?

What an opening! Those are our favorites topics here at Apocalypzia.

We continue to be amazed that many people are looking at the apocalypse as a catastrophic end of days. We prefer to think of it as a chance for rebirth and revitalization.

Destruction is not the end game of creation, destruction is necessary to clear the path for the creation of the new.

An “apocalypse” is not an annihilation but a “revelation,” an opportunity for refreshment and renaissance.

Those are my thoughts about signs of doom. As for the goat-staring, I got nothin’ :)


Being Samiantha November 24, 2009 at 11:31

I only sleep on my stomach when I’m extremely exhausted.

I think you should keep the cat. It would be rude and unfair to develop that bond you have and then have it end, just like that cos she found a new place to live.

Your friend can get another cat. This one is yours.


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