The Stuttering Cat

The Stuttering Cat
as explained by a 4th Grade Student…

A Teacher is explaining Biology to her 4th grade Class, the Teacher says:

“Human Beings are the only animals that stutter…”

A Little Girl raises her hand and when recognized says:

“I had a Kitty-Cat who stuttered.”

The Teacher, knowing how precious some of these stories could become, asked the Little Girl to describe the incident.

“Well…” began the Little Girl…

“I was in the back yard with my Kitty and the Rottweiler that lives next door got a running start in his yard… And before we knew it he’d jumped over the fence into our yard!”

“That must’ve been scary” said the teacher.

“It sure was…” said the little girl…

And she continued:

“My Kitty raised her back and went:

Ffffff!… Ffffff!… Ffffff!

But before she could say “Fuck!” the Rottweiler ate her!”

The Teacher had to leave the room.

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July 5, 2015

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It’s time for me to write… and I have no time to write; my “time to write” is fleeting away.

Or it’s already fleeted…

All of my “time” to write is gone as I’m in editing and marketing mode now.  And who has time to write when they have to edit and market what they’ve already written?  And editing is evil, a necessary evil, but evil and time consuming!   And marketing sucks!  It just sucks… Internet Book Marketing is a mindless and time-consuming process, and so often fruitless…

Fruitless…

People either want a quid pro quo to read your work, or they outright want to get paid for it.

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July 1, 2015

June 29, 2015

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I finished another book yesterday.

It’s the first installment in what I see as a long, on going, series.

Or not…

It could be a short series I suppose. Although I don’t seem to do anything short ever; no short stories, no short descriptions, no short nothings; short sentences sometimes, but they link together to form long stories so… I just don’t seem to do short.

So it probably will be a longish series. The book’s titled:

“And The Dog Barks”.

As I finished the last chapter I immediately; immediately; titled the second book in the series:

“ And The Dog Barks On…”

Book three could be:

“And The Dog Barks On and On and On”…

Sort of the way I write I suppose; the way I write… stream of consciousness, thoughts flowing loosely, thoughts about the mundane events of the moment, thoughts about the pains of life, pain… and silly stuff; nothing of import.

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