Monday, May 26, 2014

No guards, no scientists, no mutant monsters.


UPDATE: A Much Clearer Photo of the Kansas Triangle PLUS more Photos
This photo of the unknown aircraft that flew over Kansas City at high altitude last week makes it clear that this isn't a known plane. It's not a stealth bomber because it doesn't have the characteristic jagged trailing edge. While it's unusual for classified aircraft to fly over populated areas in broad daylight, it's not completely unheard of, especially if they're about to be made public. 


Monday night mews, lovely and cute Kitkats... rain last night, and mostly a heavily overcast day on the tame prairie... but no rain today... so, it's been another impossibly long day, and this Big Cat is drooping... yowls!

So, darling kittens, watch your beautiful tails out there in the wild and wicked world. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

The Kougar penned Volcano's Weekly Angelic Forecast... which is posted at Kougar Kisses below, and at these two sites ~ & ~ ~


... or not
by Pat Cunningham

“Bugger me,” Dugger swore.

Ewan would have gladly, had he thought it would do any good. Or knew what it meant. It wasn’t going to change things.

Here in what should have been the center of Damien Hancock’s hive they had found absolutely squat. Zero. Zilch. Nada and loose change. No guards, no scientists, no mutant monsters.


Tranquility or Storm before the Fire???
By Solara

Gill didn’t know who needed the vacation worse.  He or Talbot’s Peak.  The Beer-Food Festival came off without too many problems.  He wanted no more brewing, tasting, or food preparation for a few days.  Time was passing too fast until campaigning would start up again.  Time to relax was now. 

He looked at the tickets for Palm Beach setting on his desk.



'Angel' which saved British troops in WW1 'may have been UFO'
An "Angel" which many British soldiers credited with saving their lives in one of the first, brutal battles of World War I may not have been sent from heaven after all - but from the stars. — Yahoo! News



BIG CAT NOTE: a most excellent overview and analysis of the tech-captured culture.

Weekender: Is Technology the New Terror?
Friday, May 23, 2014

Technology has been around since the dawn of time. Not just tablets, phones, computers or television, but any device that has helped to facilitate the processes of daily life. A rock to bash things with, a stick to stir things with, a knife to kill or cut with, or even the wheel! But for most people, the term "technology" is associated with the recent wealth of digital media and cyber tools that have now proliferated across the planet into all corners of the world, and more specifically, the Internet and social media.

“The Internet has radically changed nearly every level of human experience in an incredibly short amount of time,” says Lee Siegel, author of Against the Machine: Being Human in the Age of the Electronic Mob.

Police use cellphone spying device
A stingray is a device that mimics a cell tower and thereby tricks all wireless devices on the same network into communicating with it. — Associated Press

Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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