Sunday, June 21, 2015

...clear divide in our Talbot's Peak community...

Pic from This startling Rosetta image comparison -- between a layered, sharply artiifical-looking pyramid-like structure on Comet 67P, and a fictional "G'ould Pyramid Ship" in the Hollywood film "Stargate" -- is only one of hundreds of equally remarkable "ancient ruins" studding the surface of this "comet." Future, closer imaging by the European Rosetta spacecaft may provide enough detail for a more conclusive determination of the origins of this and all the other "anomalous features" on 67P.

HAPPY TIME OF THE SUMMER SOLSTICE... and HAPPY DAD'S DAY... Greeting mews, Summer-exalted Felines... the Kougaress is finally able to pull together her bloggie... so, hot-steamy on the tame prairie yesterday... today is overcast and cooler, but soggy-feeling... yesterday on her trek back from the mailbox, through her wildflower-meadow like yard... the Kougaress got a good glimpse of her resident deer... probably about a year old... the beautiful critter has been bolting away for the past couple of months, and seems not to be part of any herd.... this Big Cat has also been hearing and seeing glimpses of the golden eagles... one was in trouble the other day, but there was no way find it... ~sad sighs~

Hang onto each other, darling kittens, and retreat to your safest place. The times are getting rougher-tougher. Just remember, this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

The Kougar has been writing her flash scene for her Tuesday post at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS... it appears there is a clear divide in our Talbot's Peak community, which might lead to a rending of the community if not stopped with cooler heads and compassionate hearts ruling.


Thursday, June 18, 2015
A Night at the Opera
by Pat Cunningham

(postponed from Monday)

It was going on 11 at night when Kevin Connor climbed onto the flat wall surrounding the Oldman house. He pulled his guitar up beside him. It was an old Western-style acoustic he'd found at a flea market, worn but much beloved and well cared for. He ran his fingers over the strings. Perfect.

Digging a hand into his Levi's pocket, he came up with a palmful of pebbles. It was a long toss from the fence to Brenda's window, but he knew he had an awesome throwing arm.

Three tries later he hit the target. The window opened almost at once and there she was—Brenda Oldman, the sweetest piece of cat-tail ever to sashay down the hallowed halls of Lawrence Talbot High. Rumor had it the Oldmans sported ocelot blood in their ancestry. That would account for the sexuality she oozed even though she was only a sophomore. Mmmrawr!


Fired Up!
by Serena Shay

Edina stood before her full-length mirror, her body encased in black leather she’d always been mortified to wear and a look of sheer panic on her face.  She’d never be able to pull this off.  Sure, she put on a good face with her clients, but this was going to be a room full of Doms and subs.  What did she know about sexy BDSM?  She mostly helped her “subs” to eat better and break bad habits.

“Oh God!”  She was going to crash and burn so hard.

“Ready to go, sis?”

Ready? No.  Did she have to go? Maybe. “Sophie, how much cash can you get a hold of?”


Piece of the Census Pie
by Solara

Tabs cupped his hand over the in studio microphone.  He glanced at his morning co-host, Fuzzy.  Fuzzy rolled his eyes and shrugged.  Tabs inhaled slowly, exhaled, and turned to his left.  “Good morning Mayor.”

Gill glanced at Talbot’s Peak’s two morning DJs.  Neither looked enthused or ready to do more than the bare bones minimum their boss and the statioin required. Gill pressed his lips together, swallowed, and hoped the smile he curled his lips into reached his eyes.  “Good morning.  How long until---”


Moon Landing Conspiracy
Date: Friday - June 19, 2015
Host: George Noory
Guests: Richard C. Hoagland, Joseph P. Farrell
Former space science museum curator and NASA consultant, Richard C. Hoagland, reacted to news of a Russian investigation into the U.S. moon landings. Author Joseph Farrell joined the conversation in the latter part of the second hour.


Abducted by aliens? Neurologist finds similarities in alleged victims
New patients, including several from the Big Island, came in with similar complaints about being abducted, leading Russo to wonder if there was anything the patients shared in common when it came to brain wave activity.
“The patients were just coming to me, and I started noticing patterns across the patients. I’ll see three or four patients with something that’s similar, and then I’ll try to find an explanation for what it is I’m seeing,” Russo said.
Each of the patients who claims to have been abducted by aliens and believed that a transmitter was implanted in their brain has shown abnormalities in brain wave activity in their parietal lobe.
“That’s the area that does visual and auditory integration into higher order thinking,” he said.


 Scientist Finds Strange “Bioenergy” Field Surrounding Humans
Joshua Krause | For centuries, various cults and religions have suggested that human beings exude a kind of energy field that can’t be perceived with the five senses.


Facebook’s New AI Can Paint, But Google’s Knows How to Party
Facebook and Google are building enormous neural networks—artificial brains—that can instantly recognize faces, cars, buildings, and other objects in digital photos. But that’s not all these brains can do.
They can recognize the spoken word, translate from one language to another, target ads, or teach a robot to screw a cap onto a bottle. And if you turn these brains upside down, you can teach them not just to recognize images, but create images—in rather intriguing (and sometimes disturbing) ways.
Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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