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Late night mews, Summer-fling Pussycats... sunny with lovely dry air on the tame prairie instead of all the recent humidity... and the sky was a beautiful blue with small puff clouds... so, endlessly busy as usual... but, at least stuff got done and the Kougaress made herself a small chocolate cake... yum!
Wow, more big storms moving across the country, darling kittens. And, of course, the superstorms of life are hitting us all. So remember, this Big Cat loves ya!
Authoress news and mews ~
The Kougar made some good progress on the secret project. She so hopes to continue.
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A little change of pace
by Rebecca Gillan
No Witch's Moon today. Loki and Thor are getting annoyed at being ignored and they have heard the story of how their parents hooked up a hundred times already. In the interest of keeping the blog from being over run by mischivious wolf pups, I decided to let them have their way. Sometimes it's just easier.
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Welcome to The Peak After Dark. Jason Moroni here, filling in for Ralph Bruin, who is on vacation this week. I’m bringing you all the news you cannot use about people you don’t care about. Today I have a little something different for you. I somehow got roped into puppy-sitting Mooney and Marissa’s kids, so I figured it might be fun to let the pups field some calls.
THIS LOOKS LIKE A DARN GOOD IDEA ... IF ONLY THIS BIG CAT WAS TECHIE ENOUGH TO DO IT 'NEWS' ~
Pirate Radio Station for $55 Could Help Decentralize Big-Telecom
June 24, 2014 (Tony Cartalucci - LocalOrg) - Make Magazine recently featured a tutorial on constructing a FM pirate radio transmitter using a Raspberry Pi board. Raspberry Pis are single board computers that go for about $55and are regularly used as the centerpiece for a wide variety of projects ranging from art installations to automation and everything in between. ~landdestroyer.blogspot.com/2014/06/pirate-radio-station-for-55-could-help.html
UFO 'NEWS' ~
Students spot two 'UFOs' floating eerily in the sky above a New Zealand harbour
Terence Huang snapped mysterious objects floating above Otago Harbour. — Mail Online
THE HORRIBLE HUM 'NEWS' ~
Mystery noise which drives sufferers mad could be heard in Plymouth area
The mysterious droning noise – which only two per cent of people can hear – was first reported in the 1970s. — Plymouth Herald