Thursday, July 17, 2014

Talk Nerdy To Me

Summer Goddess by Susan Sedan Boulet
Cool closing in on midnight mews, Summer-strolling Kitkats... wow, this unusually cool weather is certainly enjoyable and superior to the hot sticky stuff!... gosh knows, though, if the nasty hot stuff will hit... last year was awful... anyway, the Kougaress had to rescue a bird today that somehow got inside the house... she ended up removing a screen that hadn't been messed with for years... but then, little panicked birdie flew out another window this Big Cat opened... it was a plain brown bird the Kougaress didn't recognize, and bigger than a wren... one of the same kind came to the window for a bit looking anxious, and might have been the mate... so hopefully, they are reunited.

Big challenges for us all in these times, darling kittens. Prepare and take care. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

The Kougar is writing Chapter Twenty-two on her special project. Coming down to 'the End' ... Yay...


Talk Nerdy To Me
by Rebecca Gillan

Continued from last week and partially inspired by this video:

Myra looked around, bewildered. She was standing there just inside the bar she had been planning to visit. Her outfit was torn and dirty. She had blood drying in her hair and a neat row of butterfly Band-Aids holding a three inch long section of her scalp together. And somehow, she'd let the bouncers from the bar drag her inside for a complimentary drink "on the house."

Actually, she hadn't "let" them talk her into it. They had insisted she come inside and had dangled the free drink like a cookie before a screaming toddler.


First crop circle of 2014 appears in South West field
Breathtaking and complex crop configuration emerges in Dorset, England wheat field. — Plymouth Herald


'Four-winged' dinosaur sheds light on evolution of birds
An illustration released on July 11, 2014 by the Dinosaur Institute of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County shows an artist's impression of the "Changyuraptor Yangi" -- a dinosaur with four feathery wing-like appendages (AFP Photo/S. Abramowicz)
Paris (AFP) - The fossil of a strange dinosaur with four feathery wing-like appendages, unearthed in China, could provide clues to the origins of birds, scientists said on Tuesday.


'Sea monster's' skeletal remains discovered on West beach
Some marine biologists propose that the puzzling creature was a thornback ray, while other remain mystified. — Western Morning News


The Man Who'll Stop at Nothing to Bring Free Internet to the World
A look at entrepreneur Kosta Grammatis, who hopes to provide free Internet to all of America and, eventually, the world. — Wired


10,000yo Indian cave paintings of ‘aliens, spaceship’ puzzle archaeologists
RT| Prehistoric paintings in a cave in India may indicate that alien travelers visited the site eons ago, an archeologist says.

10,000-year-old rock paintings depicting aliens and UFOs found in Chhattisgarh-INDIA

Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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