Cats

Milo in a Box

My Guest Post on We’re All About Cats

Since I have a short attention span, I can’t remember if I’ve ever mentioned that I LOVE BOXES! How much do I love boxes? I love them so much that I wrote an entire guest post about them on We’re All About Cats. If you’re not sure what the big fuss is about boxes, then head on over to my post, The A to Z of Boxes. Feel free to comment here, there, or anywhere. (Note on comments: Don’t bother…

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Milo In a Small Box

The 7 Pillars of Feline Frugality

I was recently listening to one of my favorite pawcasts (“The Scratching Benjamins”) where the host led a roundtable discussion about extreme frugality. As you probably know, frugality is one of the key principles of the FIRE movement (Feline Indifference Rest Everyday). To achieve heightened states of indifference, and peak levels of rest, you can’t be worrying about buying stuff or your bank account balance. As I mentioned in my previous post, I live with a bunch of primitive bipedal…

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Milo

Cat on FIRE

By way of introduction, I am two-and-a-half years old, and I own four bipedal primates who work as my servants in my nice two-story suburban house. Out of charity, I share their services with a housemate named Toby. I don’t know why he would be interested, but one of my servants (the tall one who often chases after me with a brush) often listens to strange voices talking about the “FIRE Movement.” Since I am widely recognized as the smartest…

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Toby & Milo

Welcome to the New Emusements

Emusements.com has been around for a long time, but for the past many years, I have let the website languish. Originally, I created Emusements as an umbrella site to encompass a couple of web games I had created in the 1990s: a “Name That Movie/TV Show/Actor/Actress” quiz game as well as “Virtual Prime Time” — which was a fantasy television game (similar to fantasy football) with scoring based on the Nielsen TV Ratings. Later, I expanded the site to include a…

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