thefluffingtonpost:

Cats Declare Victory in War on Wrapping Paper
by Scott Friedstein, FluffPo Correspondent
It was a long, hard fight, but on Saturday, Roswell and Rask were able to say with certainty that they had conquered their most diligent adversary.
"Yeah, that wrapping paper is as good as gone," says Debra Flack, the cats’ owner. “We’ve tried our best to keep it from them, but there was no saving it this time.”
Roswell and Rask gained a significant foothold last March during the Battle of Timmy’s Eighth Birthday, when they laid waste to several enemy outposts.
"We almost switched to gift bags after that," says Flack. "Looking back, we really should have. Cats don’t like bags, do they?"
Via roswell_the_cat.
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thefluffingtonpost:

Cats Declare Victory in War on Wrapping Paper

by Scott Friedstein, FluffPo Correspondent

It was a long, hard fight, but on Saturday, Roswell and Rask were able to say with certainty that they had conquered their most diligent adversary.

"Yeah, that wrapping paper is as good as gone," says Debra Flack, the cats’ owner. “We’ve tried our best to keep it from them, but there was no saving it this time.”

Roswell and Rask gained a significant foothold last March during the Battle of Timmy’s Eighth Birthday, when they laid waste to several enemy outposts.

"We almost switched to gift bags after that," says Flack. "Looking back, we really should have. Cats don’t like bags, do they?"

Via roswell_the_cat.

Love animals as much as we do? Check out explore.org's network of live cams on bears, baby birds, puppies, kittens and more.

glittering-diamonds:

So, one of the people I follow retweeted this caption and ….. no words.

glittering-diamonds:

So, one of the people I follow retweeted this caption and ….. no words.

glittering-diamonds:

maxistentialist:

“[eBooks] aren’t books. You can’t hold a computer in your hand like you can a book. A computer does not smell. There are two perfumes to a book. If a book is new, it smells great. If a book is old, it smells even better. It smells like ancient Egypt. A book has got to smell. You have to hold it in your hands and pray to it. You put it in your pocket and you walk with it. And it stays with you forever. But the computer doesn’t do that for you. I’m sorry.”

Ray Bradbury, on the Kindle

This is ridiculous thing to say. Does it matter how you read? As long as you’re reading you’re broadening your horizons regardless if it’s an eBook or paper/hardback book. I have only ever read paper/hardback books, never eBooks but I wouldn’t put someone down about going digital. A book is something that tells a story or gives information, so yes that can be an eBook as well.

This ^^^^^^^^^