There is no evil and Cats reign supreme. Even if a few notorious folks were wise enough to like a cat or two.
Cats were once worshiped as gods, Cats have never forgotten this.
I learned this from Ceiling Cat, so it must be true. That and ancient Egypt.
There is no Ceiling Cat. If there was d*gs wouldn’t exist.
Cats do need a pet, and so Ceiling Cat made dogs.
As I recall, the villain in the James Bond stories, Ernst Stavro Blofeld, was fond of cats. That’s proof enough!
When office chairs had 4 wheels.
In Diamonds are Forever there were multiple Blofelds and at least two evil white cats.
Not white cats, silver Persians.
was lenin really evil? i’m skeptical.
No he was not. Ruthless, yes.
Or men who wear mustaches are evil, or men who wear mustaches like cats.
I think Trotsky was one of the good guys – and Hitler was a dog lover, but apart from that, yes cats are evil. Ask any ball of wool.
There are arguments both pro and con Trotsky. In any case he was not among the people shown above. Trotsky was a cactus lover, at least in his last years in Mexico, and he wrote glowingly of how only after Darwin’s work could one see that there was a scientific basis for classification.
i thought the first picture was Trotsky? Was it Lenin?
Yep. Trotsky Lenin Lenin Stalin Hitler in that order
I’m sure the first is Lenin, so that’s three Lenins in a row.
Trotsky also liked chickens, as I learned when visiting his house not long ago in Mexico City (a fascinating place). And to the commenters below: both of the top two pictures are Lenin. Trotsky didn’t look anything like him.
I thought he looked axactly like Geoffrey Rush!
Listen to Jerry: the first picture is definitely Lenin. A little web work showed that Trotsky owned dogs, by the way. As for his love of cactuses, Trotsky took up their study for distraction while he was in Mexico. What fascinated me was that his few utterances on their classification are not only Darwinian, they have echoes of the Modern Synthesis. One wonders whose book he read. Someone visiting his home in Coyoacan could report on which biological tomes he had on his bookshelf.
A well known story is that when Victor Adler objected to Count Berchtold, foreign minister of Austria-Hungary, that war would provoke revolution in Russia … he replied: “And who will lead this revolution? Perhaps Mr. Bronstein sitting over there at the Cafe Central?“
Maybe Lenin wasn’t in that day?
That’s it! I’m naming my cat “Sputnik”.
Good word “Sputnik”: it means “fellow traveller”.
Or traveling companion, which is to say satellite.
This beats the lot of them and it’s black.
Pope Ratzy likes cats?
I rush to point out, it’s not the cats’ fault that Pope Ratzy likes them! This is just guilt-by-association. NO WAY does that prove that cats are evil.
Ceilingcat knows, cats are above all those pathological human social behaviours.
Katz and Ratz — can’t work out as a long-term relationship.
(In a ham and eggs breakfast, the chicken is involved; but the pig is committed.)
And it was the atrocities of the early 20th century that demonstrated what happens when atheists are in power: cat ownership increases.
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