(This is parody for purposes of commentary on a substantive issue)
After my blog post about Joy The Cat Lady and the charges against her, plus Monday night's red hot discussion about Animal Control issues at Dessert With Don, blogger Jeff Skrenes left a comment promising a "rebuttal" blog post "momentarily."
Clearly, we have different ideas about a definition of the word "momentarily," but I'm sure that's just the beginning of the "Johnny is right, Jeff is a big meanie toward feral cats" differences between us when it comes to this one issue...
But after Jeff left his comment, I pretty much spent the whole morning obsessing over "what will my good buddy Jeff write? And how can I retaliate and make him rue the day he ever crossed swords with me in the blogosphere because (as all the trolls know) that's how I roll?"
Fortunately, information has leaked out of the "death to all feral cats" camp and arrived in my hands in the form of this image, above. I'm not sure what the image is about but I'm told it's part of the "creative solution to the feral cat issue" Jeff will be proposing shortly.
(The portion below is not parody)
I ate dog once in Mexico. They say strange forms of meat taste like chicken but I thought it tasted like pork. It was good. It was cooked with green olives. The family who served me the dog was very poor and lived in a tarpaper shack. I didn't understand their use of the word "pero" because it was actually "perro," one word being the Spanish equivalent of the conjunction "but" and the other meaning a dog. But when the little boy of the family performed a spot-in imitation of a barking puppy, I figured out what was on my fork. I shrugged. I said it was good and even asked for seconds.
(Back to parody)
So when I look at this image, above, part of me shudders but another part of me thinks, huh, well god knows I'll try about anything when it comes to cuisine. Bring it on. I mean, there's all those fried food places on West Broadway and heaven knows they'll fry ANYTHING.
So bring your creative solution to the feral cat problem, Jeff Skrenes, and I will bring a napkin and silverware "momentarily."
Further commentary via YouTube embed, below.