She’s holding it a bit like a butcher might show a rabbit to a customer. I’ll clean and gut it for you. You want to keep the head?
Dogs chase cats. That’s what dogs do, besides licking their balls, catching frisbees and mauling infants. The catching frisbees bit about dogs is fine – as anyone who’s seen the opening credits to Flight of the Navigator will testify – but the rest of it I can do without. And whatever happened to Joey Cramer…?
He was like the Haley Joel of 1986. The last IMDb hears of him is this:
It’s My Party (1996) (uncredited) …. Party Guest
“Party Guest” – that’s the movie equivalent of playing 3rd donkey in a school nativity play. Poor Joey, it hasn’t been his party since 1987 when he played Willie opposite Buddy Ebsen in Stone Fox (tvm).
So yes, dogs. They chase cats…
A dispute between two Catoosa County neighbors Sunday night ended in a shootout with one man suffering gunshot wounds to the head and chest. According to Catoosa County Sheriff Phil Summers, Terry Dewitt McDaniel of 48 Mark Lane, shot his neighborâ€™s dog. He claimed the dog, which belonged to William Beyer of 93 Campbell Circle, was chasing his cat.
Summers said Beyerâ€™s wife told him the dog had been shot and he got a handgun and went to McDanielâ€™s residence to confront him. â€œDuring the altercation, Mr. McDaniel and Mr. Beyer exchanged gunfire,â€ Summers said.
“During the altercation” they “exchanged gunfire” – ? – it makes it sound so civilized, like an incident that might happen in Lady Windermere’s Fan. Have you seen the 1925 Ronald Colman version? It’s got this amazing opening sequence with dogs leaping to catch frisbees.
Here is Kenneth Ness. Full name: Albert Kenneth Ness. He’s super cool.
This is his wife, Leonore. She’s small.
What do we know about Kenneth Ness? Not much. Four things, mainly: 1) he’s super-cool; 2) he’s dead; 3) he’s the grandfather of James Elliot Ness; and 4) he likes playing with cats.
Sadly, Leonore is dead too. And I’m thinking, so’s the cat. Still, they had their fun.
will soon be up and about – at (wait for it) The London Mews Review. It’s very much un-fiddled-with, and only has one cat on it thus far. Might be worth holding your horses and giving it a week or so. If you can bear to. Can you bear to?