Saturday, March 3, 2012

Gas, eat beans or pay the price!

The Master and I took the Humvee out for a spin today, figured we could do our own stimulus plan.

Filled up, then went on some errands, breakfast at the diner, the Italian Deli for prosciutto among other delicacies this kitty just loves, add fresh cheeses, bread and assorted pastry and we got the makings for dinner. Learn to make these delicious foods at www.onlinecollegeclasses.org. Chef is off tonight so the Master felt like slumming it.

The Little Miss was invited to come along to ride shotgun but all she does is call me incessantly annoying. She even went as far to insinuate that I had Attention Deficit Disorder or even Aspergers. She said there is a book called, "All cats Have Aspergers." I am thinking that she deserves to be left a little present in her shoes tomorrow morning.

The Little Miss got me so pissed off that I did a search on cats and Aspergers too. There is indeed a book, and I even found this on Youtube.



Filled up again, off to the sausage store, well pork store is the correct wording, sure glad the Master, Mistress and Little Miss are not Muslim or Jewish! Speaking of Jewish do you know that Purim is around the corner and my favorite cookie is going to be baked by Chef? YES, Hamantaschen!

Sorry, got distracted. Anyway the kitty version of the article mentioned above states, "In a sign of one major internal difference, Mr. Chu has called for gradually ramping up gasoline taxes over 15 years to coax consumers into buying more-efficient cars and living in neighborhoods closer to work."Somehow we have to figure out how to boost the price of gasoline to the levels in Europe," Mr. Chu, who directs the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California, said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal in September."

Now, this kitty's Readers Digest version of the quote. Obama is going to screw the pooch, the pooch being you humans if he gets another four. The Little Miss is musically inclined and thought about commissioning her to put music to a little ditty I wrote, it is called "Out the door in four."

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