Sunday, May 15, 2011

Post-Friday Beast Blogging: The Felis Superior Edition

Riley:  Let's see...I'm perched uneasily atop his chair, wearing her bra around my neck...What else can I do to enhance my personal dignity...?
Moondoggie has that same dream again, where he's Supergirl's cat Streaky, and they are soaring over Metropolis together, the sun in their faces, the wind whipping through her hair and ruffling his pelt, and it is all so glorious! But soon it will devolve, as it always does, into an ugly, brutal mid-air battle with Comet the Superhorse over their shared, if unnatural, passion for her.

But for now...Zoom!

5 comments:

Aimless in Florida said...

So, c'mon, who wins; Moon or Comet?

Scott said...

I think it's one of those eternal questions, like "Who's Stronger, Thor or the Hulk?" The World May Never Know...

Carl said...

At the risk of banning....nice cups

Sorry, man. The Deuce photos got my mind wandering

D. Sidhe said...

Fucking Annie Jacobsen was on the Daily Show last night being crazy, which I say as an unmedicated paranoid schizophrenic with psychotic episodes and DID issues. And Jon fucking Stewart was treating her like the stuff coming out of her mouth was more true than crazy, which bothers more of me than you know.

WTF, really? I don't know how the man doesn't just walk off the set when he hears who they have booked. If the world doesn't end this weekend, I fully expect to see Jon nodding politely at Pam Geller as she explains that Michelle Obama personally tried to kill her with her bare hands.

So, yeah, I got my fingers crossed for the 21st. 'Cause at this point everything is just a trainwreck for me and I can't actually pull myself away yet because I have some lizard brain interest in seeing how much worse it gets.

Also, cats. I stay for cats.

Carl said...

And Jon fucking Stewart was treating her like the stuff coming out of her mouth was more true than crazy, which bothers more of me than you know.

D, I think he handled it well: let the crazy person rant, exposing her insanity on her own terms. And yea, Pam Geller would make a great guest for Stewart. He could (and since he's of the faith, it would stick) just ask one simple question and BLAM! fifteen minutes of forthright insanity, and Geller is never taken seriously by even FOX again