A Few Thursday Thoughts


I suppose since humans have lost their senses that maybe I'll just put some thoughts in.

"Did humans have any to begin with though? I don't know."

I know you don't.

"Hey! I have more sense than those mutts at our bay."

I suppose. At least you haven't tried to ever eat your own poop.

"Says the one who ate my hairball. So nasty at our all."

Moving on with a little plug for the human.

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And now back to...

Magic Dates!!!

Humans are still stuck on magic, and not in the good way. With this Covid 19 thing going around you can see it all the more. They want a magic date when all will be normal. Magically one will appear. It HAS TO! Even head crybaby, blowhard, orange buffoon tries to pull one out of his ass. A few of which have magically passed us by. Still stuck. Sorry! 

It doesn't matter if it is this virus, your birthday, the day you stubbed your toe on a giant lizard, or the day you peed the bed. The day doesn't become magic. Good or bad isn't going to happen to you on that day because of magic. It will happen because of circumstances or because you make it happen. Depends on what it is. You can make the day be "magic" by going out and making yourself meet a new mate. But you can't pick a magic day to make something like the virus vanish. There isn't going to magically be a day where normal returns. We're stuck with this normal for a while. 

"Maybe they'll invent time travel so this magic day they can unravel."

Humans still think that is possible. Sad.

"The Avengers did it. Can't argue with a hit."

Can too. That is easy to do. Wanna see?

Star In Development

Humans tend to fanboy out on things way too much and argue like a bunch of little toddlers. Actually, that may be offending toddlers. You can't please everyone, as if you try to do that then you fail miserably before you start. Still, people who have nothing to do with anything think they own said fiction that was created by someone they have probably never even met. Yes. It is because of you that they are able to do it because you pay to see it, but you also pay a parking fee. Do you own the garage? The space? The meter? Nope! Those things are there because you use them too. If you didn't then they wouldn't be there.

An opinion is one thing, as they are like assholes, but ramming it down another's throat is something else. Star Wars nuts are sure one. Dislike it and they throw a fit. Like it and they throw a fit. They own it after all. Pfffft. And then it goes back to creators trying to appease all and failing miserably thanks to all the whiners. You don't own it, you don't need others to agree with your opinion to feel better or justified, and you should do what many regular folks are saying to celebrities, which is, your opinion is no more important than anyone elses, so do your job and shut up.

"Geez, humans really need to get a grip. They may need a funny farm trip."

The planet is one big funny farm.

"Couldn't they say you gave an opinion too at our zoo?"

That they can and will. That is what it is. Like it or lump it just move the fluck on.

"Stole my word. How absurd."

More like manipulated the original word like you did already.

Manipulation

A lot of this going on day by day with all the media play. Again, they want you to believe what they say. A bit different than fanboys, but it is similar in some instances. The same stats can say that 2 people died of a disease because they had diseases already or that 200 people died of the disease and ignore the stuff they already had. Which is right? Seems to come down to whoever can ram it down your throat the best these days. Toss the "junk" data and get the conclusion you wanted even before you started. The one that sells. The one that gets clicks. The one that riles people up. Truth? Pffft. Who needs that? It doesn't bring in the $$$$.

And that is just stats and egos. Manipulation stretches from emotions to crime to out and out scams. A lot comes back to power, ego, and/or $$$$ no matter the manipulation. Heck, I could use photoshop and show you claws typing the keyboard. I may only fool five year old kiddos, but that is still a sort of manipulation. Add in a book link at the end that claims your cat can learn it too and VIOLA!! The variables are endless. Everyone is manipulated 100 ways every day in some way. Except maybe if you lock yourself in a closet and don't leave for 24 hours, then you may beat out a day. One just has to not believe everything they are told. No matter the side it is coming from. Agendas run high.

"That they do. Do you have one too?"

Just to get rid of you.

"Pffft. You'll never do that. Now I'll end it for Cassie cat."

You do that.

And that is that. Way to go, Cassie cat. Are you going to go all fanboy now? Do you think Star Wars was wow? Couldn't stand the last two. Sooooooooooooo boring and repetitive to our zoo. But to each their own. Each person likes a different tone. Are you back on the magic date? Are you ready to find a mate? May be screwed on that. Were you manipulated by a stat? A cat? An orange dingbat? Could be a lot to take in in mass. I better go let you do that while I rest my little rhyming ass.

The blind leading the blind = mankind.

Comments

  1. We are an impatient group. We want this fixed and now and if we can't have that then we want a Firm end date in sight. Forget logic. Just give me what I want when I want. As for the media don't trust anything they say. They are good at presenting false facts. That is how we ended up being out of paper products for a respiratory illness.

    Betty

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    1. Impatient humans surely are indeed. Yeah, the media will do anything for views, clicks, etc.

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  2. There really is no such thing as a magical day, but I guess believing something wonderful is going to happen by a certain date gives some people hope. The news, however, always leaves me feeling a big sad or angry. It doesn't matter what side they are on, it's always doom and gloom because that too is something people can't get enough of.

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    1. True, it does give people hope. But is false hope better than none? They can make that false hope happen though I suppose. Doom and gloom humans sure latch onto.

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    2. I suppose it's the same hope that those who play the lottery get. You're probably not going to get your desired outcome, but as long as there's even the tiniest possibility, the hope will remain. Humans are a funny bunch clinging onto things like that, but hey, who am I to judge?

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    3. Yeah, same hope as lottery indeed. But then you can't win if you don't play. Probable you will never ever win, but possible to, so they cling to that. To each their own I guess.

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  3. China is trying to manipulate their social media to say the US started the virus. Yeah, right.
    There will be no magic day. It will probably take years to ease back to where we were before and it probably won't be all the way.

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    1. The Chinese government is so full of crap. Both China and the US didn't take it seriously enough at the start, which led us to this. But buck stops at China where it started. Yeah, may never be all the way again, sadly.

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  4. the planet is one big funny farm. I agree with that and we are all the inmates shoveling shit everywhere.

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  5. I saw an interesting stat board listing how many people die per year from things like heart disease, car accidents, suicide. Puts Covid to shame! We all want a magic day, but we may as well wait on a unicorn appearance.

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    1. That we should indeed. Those things do put covid 19 to shame, but the funny thing is that most of those things are things that aren't catchable. I mean if car accidents were contagious we'd all be dead lol

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  6. When movie stars get on their little soap boxes, I tune out. They don't know any better than the rest of us.

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    1. Sometimes they know even less than the rest of us.

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  7. I giggled at "orange ding bat".. I still call him the cheese doodle. LOL!! Someone better pull a wizard out of their butt soon b/c if we don't get a magic date, I'm going to lose my mind. May 1st, cat, May 1st!! As far as fanboys go, tell my son that Baby Shark is not nice and watch what happens. Becoming a super fan can happen at a young age. As for me, go insult Sammy and watch my claws come out. ;)

    After listening to a press conference last week, I was shocked at how they are measuring COVID19 deaths here. If you die in a car crash but test positive for COVID19, it's listed as a COVID19 death. While I believe that may skew numbers slightly, there is one factor that's really skewing the numbers. They aren't testing!!! 10 deaths out of 100 cases is a hell of a lot different than 10 deaths out of 1000000 cases. Yes, they are all manipulating us for their own political agenda, except for Cuomo. He's the love gov!!!!

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    1. lol cheese doodle works just as well. Nope. July 1st it will be. July 1st. Baby shark will lose its appeal eventually. Sammy is just a whiner, ugg. What? And nope. No magic date for you.

      Yeah, it is pathetic how they are manipulating things to their own agenda. 10 different things from 10 different people. Pfffft.

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    2. Speaking of Sammy.. when will he come back? Although, I hope it's not for a long time to extend the existence of Supernatural. Besides, I wanted to have a big party for the last episode. Sammy is not a whiner, he's a thinker. There's a difference.

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    3. Big whiner, no difference in that lol be a while yet I think.

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  8. The manipulation is everywhere it seems. Hey, a few thoughts, that's pretty much us every day!

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    1. Everywhere it is. lol well then you can nap

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  9. We all wish magic date would come but there is no such thing! One day at a time.

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    1. That is all we can do. Take it day by day.

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  10. Cats have a lot more sense than mankind.

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  11. The cat had some interesting thoughts for this Thursday. There is no magic date. It is one day at time here.

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  12. On the bright side, we're still faring a whole lot better than the generation at the turn of the last century. At least we have internet and this flu isn't killing children in mass numbers. Still sucks, but could be worse.

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    1. Yep. We are faring way better indeed. Still have internet, still can get stuff, and cash isn't the only form of payment so one doesn't have to grab it all out of the bank.

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  13. Wait a minute...are you saying that when the magical date of my stay at home order arrives, the virus won't be gone? Oh right...because the stay at home orders were put in place to help make sure our health care systems don't collapse, not as a way to cure the disease, that's right! Funny how people think some dates are magical. I wish!

    Stay healthy and safe,
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    1. haha yeah, we all wish indeed. People just latch onto the magic date and that is all they hear. Instead of that it is there to protect and make sure the health care system doesn't go to pot.

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  14. Great thoughts today by the cat.
    Who would have thought he could type that?!?
    Felines are always in the know.
    They know how it should go.
    Humans could do well to follow suit.
    But there are so few non-sheep to recruit.

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    1. Yep, so few indeed
      Sheep more often than not take seed

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  15. I would like to know when things will get back to normal but I have a bad feeling that things won't ever be the way they were before this virus happened.

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  16. Well said, Cassie! I have magical days, but I only know about them when I'm in the middle of them. The head crybaby, blowhard, orange buffoon is yammering right now. I hope my head doesn't explode ~ LOL! On one level it's fascinating to watch him trying to manipulate the current situation. On the other it's frightening because of his position and the potential consequences around the world. I'd rather think about magical days. Not specific days when magic like reopening the country is supposed to happen ~ ha! ~ more like walking in a blizzard of cottonwood fluff on a warm sunny day or diving into clear tropical waters or kicking through piles of aspen leaf gold. Take care!

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    1. Yeah, in the middle of them would sure make them known. Can be fascinating depending on how you look at the chump. But after a while it just gets hard on the head. Enjoy the nature at your sea.

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  17. It's like follow the leader whether it works or not. Yes, my cats are smarter than some people.

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  18. It worries me that people might try to force a date. That could end up worse than what they are scared will happen if they wait.

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  19. I try, and I emphasize try:) to keep my opinions to my self when I'm with folks that have a different point of view. I'm not going to change their minds and they're not going to change mine, so it's pretty pointless to argue about it.
    Hope Orlin is better.

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    1. Yeah, pretty much pointless to argue, but it can be fun. That's a point lol

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  20. Truth is, nobody knows anything. There's no magic date because there's no way to know how much of the virus is still around. And if you keep things closed indefinitely, many people succumb to depression due to job loss and being alone. It's a difficult decision, and one I'm glad I don't have to make.

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    1. Yeah, difficult all around. Glad I don't have to make it either.

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  21. Because you make it happen... Ain't that the truth. And, yes, don't believe the media one bit, or powerful politicians for that matter. They want us to be afraid, because fear breeds compliance. But you knew that already.

    Blue

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    1. That we sure knew indeed as the media fear mongers away.

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  22. The kitty is doing a lot of thinking. No magic date- but maybe there are some not magical dates. :)

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