Cats Who Rule The Roost

Cats bullying for their own way? No, never.

Finding A Balance

My favorite line from Helen: “I get enough exercise just pushing my luck.” 

Yesterday I took a walk (helps my lung capacity) so I could practice swinging my arms (helps my spine alignment) and realized how weird that looked. Just to add to the weirdness, I tried walking and turning my head alternating left and right. That’s incredibly difficult for me, perhaps not for you, and I had to lie down in the middle of the street just to calm myself. This is the rhythm of my speech after I read a column from Margaret and Helen. 

http://margaretandhelen.com/2014/09/10/at-least-one-meal-a-week-should-taste-good-enough-to-be-bad-for-you/

Mmm, pie.

Connie

And exercise.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

 

 

Sylvia Archive: Optimist?

When it comes to health care companies, do you fall on the side of pessimism or simple apathy? Click the strip for a larger comic.

Thursday, September 10, 2014

 

Sylvia Archive: Heroic Cat vs Dietary Dictator

This selfless feline will advocate for her human, even when faced with a tasteless romance.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

The Distillery Cat

Cats are popping up everywhere! Who knew they had such important roles, such as this one. Mice, beware.
http://www.npr.org/blogs/parallels/2014/09/09/347093135/behind-every-good-whisky-is-a-trusty-distillery-cat

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Ari Shapiro/NPR

Missing In Action

Sometimes we miss events – important events – for no good reason. For instance, what possible reason could I have had to miss this one?  A cat festival!

http://chicagoist.com/2014/09/08/the_internet_cat_video_festival_rev.php

It's a photo of Toots this Sunday, posing as Still Life with Flowers

Sylvia Archive: Quiz Time

Here’s a quiz with questions of age and time. Classic, no? Leave your answer in a comment.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Violence

Did you read any of the comments sent to Anita? I started wondering about the men, the gamers who send those comments. Why hasn’t a study been done of them? It seems really important to understand what drives them, what they learned as children that enables them to act out this way. I think we have to understand the perpetrators.

Here is a how Emma Sulkowicz, an art student at Columbia University, is addressing the issue violence against women. Quite courageously with her protest-turned-performance-art-turned-thesis.

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2014/09/columbia-student-art-project-protests-her-rapist.html?mid=twitter_nymag

First Caller

I offered my women scientist Lego set to the first caller. That’s the way the say it on the radio, but since we at Bad Girl Chats are in the business of the written word rather than spoken word, a postcard made more sense. Congratulations, Carol A! You are our first caller and your grandaughter’s Lego set is making its way slowly to your door. (I have to wrap it and bring it to the post office and I’m still hoping to find one of the plastic hairpieces that seems to have been misplaced…they are so so small, but there are other wigs in the set, or you can as my assistant just did, put a beaker on the doll’s head instead of hair!!) Your patience will be rewarded.

female scientist

Sylvia Archive: Animals Laughing

What do dogs laugh about? Suggest a source of canine humor in a comment.

Monday September 8, 2014