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25 April 2009 / April

Ninety kittens

Apparently, Ithaca finally got the memo.

It’s spring.

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We’ve actually had springlike weather on and off for the past, I don’t know, month?  Couple months?  But holy god today was hot and humid.  It was actually summerlike.

What this meant was that walking downtown was a little more uncomfortable than before, but honestly, I prefer nearly 90 to under 20 any day of the year (with respect to degrees Fahrenheit—or I guess grades or dollars or kittens or a lot of other things too*). The walk was also improved by the fortuitous appearance of these two darlings:

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In other news: the gift card machine thingy at CTB still doesn’t work. But that doesn’t stop me from buying delicious food there.

* Ninety kittens! Imagine it! I don’t know about you, but my day just got a whole lot better.

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  1. Amy / Apr 25 2009 10:30 pm

    Nope. Ninety kittens is too many kittens. This I declare from personal experience.

    • April / Apr 26 2009 4:38 pm

      There is no such thing as too many kittens.

    • Rafael Lizarralde / Apr 26 2009 9:19 pm

      I’m going to have to side with April, here.

  2. Amy / Apr 26 2009 10:36 pm

    What if you’re in a closed room and it’s so full of kittens you’re actually suffocating?

    • Rafael Lizarralde / Apr 26 2009 11:15 pm

      We’re talking about the general case, here. I cannot deny that in some situations 90 kittens are worse than a few, but generally, 90 kittens are better.

    • April / Apr 27 2009 8:59 am

      Death by kittens? What an adorable end that would be.

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